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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895110101 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. Iemi-Weekl- y VOL. XXIII. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE Interior Journa STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1S95. W. V -- WLrrff NO. 70 10 C3 ii lamation and ho chose Tho Lust Hours of KIDD'S STORE. ... lleilBdlRt. Arnnlil a vnru ,l!ll!.,1. t '... ti....i. Tho big republican rally will ha next a now.. """"'iiumiib ii--iuuidr to ronder correct v. Rut im mrmf nnHn-- 1 . (ieorge w. Rile Hr ,,B8 ft field of .. Monday, Nov. 4th. Col. W. 0. Rradlcy roof nn n,,i ivu.i,...f u,Hi "- .i ' :,-!' ";. ".:;;:.. cor . . ifactoriivnHrfor,thia;..: : iinn ih now rest) rminnt n will speak in tho afternoon. .., wp" tv specimen ' """iuiui: nf T.in..ni ", iiisnudibticoby tho iioiirihudiiml ru- ", . Mrs. Holmes, ft missionary from As ita tribl Unn.( ' i ......i... rnu irimineu .... : L.iii , 111 ..... I.., portrayed ". .1... i nnk iiiAimiru,.. Al ircb luiITS I.. cliea Syria, dellvorod a lecture upon missions will, whltu and tho Bathetic houIb of our Hitstic li'ai. in which A ropriaenutivo republican, in genIain hours and dying Hgony of tho great Monday evening ut tho Presbyterian townsmen are thrilled from center to patriot and traitor. Coino again, teach- eral information and intelligence (?) ciimfornce on beholding It. whose mail is addressed to thia office, ers, wo enjoyed your visit very much. Tuesday of last wrt-- Resale, Iho The ladles of tho MothodlBta ohnreh as absurdity the fact that a governMra. Cloyd leayeH this week to visit tbe good sum of $85 at their lin-- 1 fnnt ilouhter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace ment's stamp gives value to money. Of frienda in Mieaissippi. Miss Minnie tier court day. The money will go to- - jSteule. died, ami on Wednesday hIm was Snodgrass, a highly noouinplishe.d and bucIi is the kinirdom of pensioners wnrdn their now church. "linen in our cemetery. Ronnio Hm, Kidd'a Store swears by tho Intkhiok winsomo young lady of Kansas, who hao Philip Moberly, of Madiaon, waa though but n year old. bad endeared heen visiting tho family of Mr. Florence" Jovkyai. as a weather prophet. Ofconne hold over this wekou a $V(X) bond for to a large circlo of frienda who deep-lYowoll, to whom sheia roluted, return- it was sprinkling at Stanford when the I Bteallnii n mule in thiH county. Ho was fyinpAthiZ4 with her parents in their u ed to Danville ou her way houib last J. set up opposition to the Official tried before tho magistrates court of OPS. in its prediction of a "leetle" hit of Wh had n little sprinkle of rain lost week. She leaves a host of udiriirera to Squire Noel at Ruekeyo. rain, at least, but we champion a prophet Col. T. 11. Dmuaroe, candidate for Sunday, but O tliot, Homo prophpt would mourn tier departure, chief nmoiig whom is a retired electrician. Miss Helen Tay- that doesn't gueea at weather governor upon too proluoition uciuu ari(,e mid predict nn nverwholmina, Wo regret that our bucolic neighbors lor returned Monday from a visit to her persistent, made a good and forciblo speech to h at Hustonville view with onvy the boom undo, John Taylor, at UradfoidBvllle. highly appreciative audience at the court of our town. Such purhlindness, that rain such as fell in days past, for verily Our worthy and modest friund, John AlTuesday evening. hoiiRO on len, whoae chief fault is thut ho will not immense etacks of valuable lumber lareo crowd in wh would honor him for his prophesy Court day drew renounce single cussedness, about twice should bo styled a pile of stBvee! Don't town. Thero whs n good dual of Htock oven if it camo not to pass. They do say that it is dangerous for a year burns incense to Cupid and this tell 'em nt Hustonville that wo have a upon tho market, but all brought rather time ho detected tho fair god'u pretence blacksmith who slips on kid gloves when low prices, cattle from 3 to 3J; horses lovo lorn Brains to promenudo pail shoeing horses. Honest. to citch ii glimpso of tho girls es- by the Russeling of his wiuga nud well, from 1 10 to 150; ninlus nlso sold low. Parson Parker, who and wIipdco wo started out to H:ty that John was in Mr. Charles J. Doty liad a Bale pecially iu the twilight, for ono young on n pleasant visit. J. W. Al- no ono Beoms to know equals Sam Jones man avers that a he strolled by tho oth- Newport Thmsday of his Htock aud funning In the sensational at moat of his eprvicea. He Htid family will go South er evening that a bad man rone up be len accompanied a shipment of stock to He is excruciatingly aensitivo to n semto upend tho winter. At present they hind tho styles and heaved a half of a Cincinnati this week. Jaa. Harper, one blance of disrespect, and bitter in rebuke. brick ut him. It is needless to add that of our worthy aud hustling young men, comlemplato locating at Dallas, Tenia. Marriage licenses have been granted tho young man made tracks down town- returned home this week from a business Just what sect ho represents is yet a but he certainly gota for the the following oouplea quito recently: kindness of Mr. J. 8 visit to Siulsbury, S. 0. J. U. Cook, who with hammer and tongp. has been taking a hriof holiday from hie Andy Adams to wed Mim lillzi Hull Goode, who attended E. II. Edwarda' And Mr. Clay, failing of his ambiBain at Moreland, Mon lay, we report labors as a uager on account oImiLuch, man; Win. 0. Stivers and Mies Vallio tion, thinks Iiradley would b an ornaGreen; Win. L. Mollit aud Mim Katie prices as follows: Day mare, SIS 60; returned home from Covington Monday ment to Kentuck? It is recorded that Green, and Win. (Jreen to Mary K. yearling filly, $26; 2 year-olfilly, $25; 1- w!oro he had been the guest of 0. R. Reid for a few days. Miss Fannie Harn- - tho Savior of mankind wept. If not a year old horse, :i7; weanling colt, 111; Smith. ,p t,,!lcllill elocution in Somer- - mistake of the translator, tho wrong An unusual thing occurred on Wed- Uurhain cow, ?;; nine shoata J3 3S per '( r wh" 'nr is or li.. ... .tk. oi, lion hero this tnss must havo been used in thooriginal nesday evening in thin city in the form Head; Jersey heifer, 17.26; yearling steer, for ho certainly neeps, that we mor'l; Jersey heifer, iU; heifer calf, ?7.'J5 week. Mrs. E C. Walton nnd littlo Lucy text, of a double wedding in the Christian get ao hopelessly mixed. Lee, who has a host of admirers here, re tals and church. Tho con plea united aro Mr. yiwllng atcer, $I3.S5; yearling heifer. , Mr. Clay betrayed the character of aniJntnra H. Raugbiunu and Mips Laura fH'Jo. The farm whb taken down on a turned to Stanford Monday. T. II. John-nonof Alhermarle, 8 0 , is hero visiting mal masquerading ns a democrat when Oirtur, Mr. William X. Craig and Mlea bid of 533.30. Jae. Harper. He is buying utock for his defeated of the nomination by declaring -- Not much sickness about ot Suo Kaugtiinan, all of Linooln. prwent; ho wouldn't havo accepted a nomination The qiii'fltoii of free turnpikes will Emtnett McCormack is Improving slow- homo trade. Judge Robert J. Rreckin-ridgona frotsilver plttforin. Ilia aininiiy aud Dr. Orear, tho Danville prophbo voted upon by tlio people of Garrard ly. Dr. Rerlie and Misa Mary Carpenter it no great surprise, even though itcomeB county, tho first Tuesday after tho first have recovered from an attack of pcnrlet et, whose prediction concerning Hardin's a a juncturo which divesta him of all majority waims the hearts of the dbino- Monday in November, it baiug tho day fever. .frs. Matt Thomson is nt nr.....,t of independence and originality in will bo confined to her room with rheumatism, Cra'8' pW8hI u,ro,,h Monday en roate credit of general election. The votes tho gyratiou. When Pharisees who havo afti-it viiit to Liberty cait at the severul voting places and on out is improving. John has the totii holy city been thrust iuto undeserved prominence shinglee, about which there is tho super- F. R. Twidwell and Win Wtatherford ballots provided fur the purpose. were in Dtnville Monday. Sam Logan by a too indulgent constituency pose as Next Wednesday afternoon at !5 stition that if it encircles tho body of a would peeni o'olook at tho Fork church in this counw"nt with its eruption that it will is now representing a saddle and harnees snctificationists ithe at hand. that the With a house on the road Mrs. Gilmore, of millennium must p e fatal. John thinks, however, that ty, Mr. Miko Kennedy will lead to tho microscope thov havo found a dim epot Lebanon, is visiting her daughter, Maude Smitui, evidence has provided him with ench hymeniat altar Mi? Rifle, Jr., in the county. Mrs. (?) on an honored brother's escutcheon . pie girth that the doctors will bo able daugbtorof Mr. and Mrs. Fred K. Sutand with what a gathering up of skirts overtake and halt It before it geta Amanda Crane, of Indianapolis, is visitton. A nice supper will bo tendered the ing Mrs. Fannie Powell. Geo. Ryan has they plunge into an abyss of mire. There nswly wedded fair at tho home of tho around him. were many democrats hero who favored We were Piirfeited with attractions Accepted a position with Mr. Isaac Steele. Broom's pareatc, Mr. and Mrs. Grove Mr. Clay's nomination, but a single one of a high order last Saturday. Kennedy. Ry tho It looks natural to see George behind a wuo uoesn i execrate ins absurd courfe, Mlsa Carrie Leo Weat, tho hnndnnuio time Him teacher's meeting adjourned at counter in Hustonvllle. Mr. and Mrs. P. line yet to bo found. Isn't it singular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Weal, of thu Christian church publicspeakini: at a W. Ream, of Cheif'a Ridge, Casey county, that microecopic entities often expand-- in this place, surprised her Lancaster Masonic hall waa ready to begin. Three spent several days in tovn last week vistheir imoHinations-t- ill they feel iting friends. Mis Dolly Williams writes friends by getting married while on a young men eloquent from Stanford, J. R. themselves centers of immense Byateme, Tlait to XicholA villo friends. Oa Wed I'dxton, Harvey Helm and W. S. Rurch home that she is having a splendid time whilst, in reality they haven't arisen to nesdayoveningBho was united in tho furnished the oratory. Tho democrats giving concerts with Madame Railey. the plane of a feeble satellite? Is it holy bonds o. wedlock to Mr. Charles were well pleased with tho able array of They will give entertainments in alt the given mortal muu to fathom tho motives Denman, of Nicholasvillo. This is a lovo facts, figures and arguments and the re- principal cities of Texas tliin week. Wheeler made a flying trip to (if capable of a motive) of those follows ailair of a year or more standing and it publicans kept out of range. Your corwho have risen so high nbove party and was supposed it would eventually end in respondent whs greatly disappointed in Cincinnati last week, going and relum- soared away into Bentimentalism? Do matrimony. not being able to attend, but tho rheu- ing tho same day. they hope that Rradley, an apostate, if U. F. Hudson was in Richmond last matism had stricken him where the anelected, will pluck a bouquet of apoatates? OF A LOCAL NATURE. week on business. Charley Green was gel touched Jacob, and like tho ancient geraniums! In Lancaster the first of tho week. Dr. patriarch, ho "halted upon his thigh" to The democrats of Richmond have a John Hothwell, wife and little daughter auch ao extent that ho could climb the majority of 60 in tho registration. CHURCHAFFAIRS. nfter spending tho summer with Mr. 8. stairs. Henry Dhine, sont up from Louis The Stanford Auxiliary of tho ChrisThe attention of Christian people is villi, and Scott Partin, a convict from D. Kothwell ami family, returned Tuestian Woman's Roard of Missions will day to their homo In Missouri. Charles directod to to tho fact that they nro miss- Whitley county, escaped from the meet at 3 o'clock, Monday afternoon, W. Frisbie is visiting his couains, Messrs. jtng a great treat npintuiilly in not Frankfort penitentiary by ocaling the Nov. 4, in tho lecture room of the ChrisDanville, tending tho meeting of tho Christian wall. and Herbert Trice, of tian church. Hammonds, of Jelllco, Endeavors. These meetings nro held Miss Margaret Henry Higgins, a negro A Texas preacher throw a Rible at Tenn , is visiting her cousin, Mr. Tomijnt before preacning services at night has been jailed at Danville for housea deacon who started to run away with n Hammonds and family. Mrs. Ollio Wal- - alternately at tho Christian and breaking aud it is believed that he comStanford Wednesday. Mii8 ' teriau churches. Next Sunday night they mitted every ono of tho series of burg- tho collection and knocked him down Mary Adams, of Hustonvtl'.e, is vieiting met nt the Christian church. Go, en- - laries whieh have bt'o.i done iu Danville tho front steps of the church, breaking cmrage tho young people, and be bene- lately, andaoiuo of nhicu were very cost- hia leg iu two places. tho Mis6es Owaley. Next Sunday is appointed by tho fited yourself. E'tler W. L. Williams is ly to property owners, in Higgiua' room Southern Presbyterian General AssemReach & Rowers' minstrels gavo n in demand among the churches. List a good deal of stolen property waa found. bly as the day of prayer for schools and highly satisfactory entertainment at tho Sunday morning ho preached at Junccolleges, and on that day the churches Tho tion City and is now under engagement hint night. Ninth Street Theatre Tho annual report of Couunibsioner make their otferiug to tho cause of eduperformance is more like a genuine to deliver tho dedicitory sermon at the Lot'hren shown that there were 9G!),51 cation of young men for the ministry. burnt cork entertainment than any thing o!d Pleasant Grovj church, otherwise pensioners ou the rolia June 30, a net inSo far this year 150 names of clergyof tho kind eocu here thia Beason. While known as tho Camp Dick Ribinsnn crease during the year of SGO. The estientertain- church, early iu December. Thia histor- mated amount needed for .pension pay- men havo been placed on the black list not claiming tho earth, the by the bureau having in charge clergyment gives belter satisfaction than ma- ic old building has heen torn away aud a ments next year is f 110,000,000, a small e privileges on the West"maatoJona," "championB," now, modern housa of worship is being decrease as compared with thu appropri- men's ny ao called ern liuea out of Chicago. They either and other specialty shows masquerading erected in ita stead. Mr. Sam Cwens and ation for this year. sold or loaned their privilege8. It is re wifeHiidMiBi Glenn united with as minstrels. Kansas City News. Harry Dubbs, of Salem, 0., lndheen At Walton's Opera Houao, tonight, the Presbyterian church at McKinnoy by paying decided attention to Misa Flora markable how many dishonest men who call thouiselvea preachers aro in the letter last Sunday. Nov. 1. flassey and tne lady'sjmother thought it The County Teachers' Association, waa time they wore marrying. Entering world. The ouly editor ever black listed collision on tho Mis- which met here last Saturday, presented in Kentucky for abusing the courtesies In a head-en- d tho parlor with a cocked pistol she made extended by railroads, was a preacher. souri Pacific, near St. Louis, three per- a program that was greatly appreciated Dubbj consent; to marry her daughter sona were killed outright, ono waa fatally by thoso who attended tho sessious. Misa and Bending for a preacher tho knot waa Prof. G. P. Robertson, of St. Louis, an seriously and six Knto Roglo was chairman injured nnd three and presided tied then nnd there. excellent teacher of many years experslightly injured. with dignity ana composure. The adMason couuty raised the banner ience, will give a seriea of lessons in penAccording to figures and statistics dress of welcome was respondod to .on bewhite hurley tobaccojerop last year, the manship at the public school building, prepared by tho provost marshal tho half of tho teachers by Mr. Lucieu Lowia aggregaje amounting to 5,29S,000 pounds, commencing Saturday Nov. 2, presentwars of tho past 30 yeura have blotted iu a very ornate nnd flowery apoech in while Shelby comes in second with ing every Bcbolar with a grand diploma, out 2,500,000 Uvea. tho course of which ho said that tho II pounds. end the one making the greatest immother haa an old alippor A Malue people were distinguished, ea Rob Ingersoll in a speech at provement an elegant prize. The prowhich haa spanked eix gen- peclally, for three things, viz: "IntelliBtill in use, 111., advocated the annexation of fessor is n graduate of Jones Commererations of her family. gent people, bravo men and fair women.'' Canada, Hawaii and Cuba and favored cial College, St. Louia, Mo., the Iron CiRight you are, Lucion, and your powers recognition of the Cubans as belliger- ty Commercial College, of Pittsburg, Pa., Good aJvlce: Never leave home on a journey without bottlo of Chamborlalu's Colic, Cnolera of nccurato observation mark you for a ents. the Spencerian Business College, of The business portion of Piano, Tor., tod Dlarthoea Remoilr. great career. Tho discussion of mental Cleveland, O., and produces credentials ForaIe by Craig A HocVer, Suurord, Ky. - i arithmetic waa introduced and lucidly was destroyed by 0fire. t m of the highest order, which is undispu-tabl- e or ThewifoolMr Leonard Welti. from Eait How to PreventiCroup. neuralgia explained by that prince of arithmetievidence that he is a thorough masMan., had been luflenpu to ilep or hanlly cians, Prof. W. 0. Grinetottd, of Danville. Somo readme that witl prove intere.tlng to ter of tho art of his choice. for two dayf, not being able tne merchant thera The nominal Air. floldeii, voung mother.. Mow to guard againit the diskeen ttlll. when orChamDeriam ram fee of $1 ia all it costs or the complete sent ner a bottle lv It ihorouirh trial. llalm and Prof. Pinkerton, in an ablo and practical ease. . .u.. . On meet to young aiKu w".i. .k. tne ;, i uy he waitoiu in me address on the Responsibility of Pjrenta Croup i. a Jirrorthe cause, mother, and to pott courso of 12 lessons. Djora open at earfirst .ymptoms and ing Air. Weill them concerning .. . i. .l. uxi tiaulnn lrt hr within turn in Educating .. n Children, brought out treatment 1. tre object of thl. item. The origin ly candle light, and the instruction betheir Children who of croup i. a common cold. thought that a child should be edu- subject lb ltlako ccld very MViily ami croup 1. are gins promptly at 7 o'clock. for lew. alworth J5.00 if it could not be hadby Craij- & Hock- - the centt por bottle cated becauao lit posaesaea an immortai most sure to follow. The first symptom i. hoarse, For Mle at 50 soon followed by a peculiar rough Htanlord, Ky. er, net.: It ia said that Ramberger, Bloom & spirit. A pleaaant feature of tho occss. cough,tbi.U it cs.iW rvjnlied and will never which has hoard it. The Buoklln'a Arnica Salva. was recitations by Ada Alcorn and be forgotten by one whofirst becomep hoarse, time Co., of Louisville, will not pay over 25c ion If to act 1. when the child talva in the world for cuti, bruTiei, Mabel Taylor, Theao young Th given all Cough ladies show- Chamberlain'.croup willRemedy is freely fiven al- on the dollar. rheum, fever aoret tetter, soon disappear, t.ndency to h'andiVcb lbWa.. corn, and all .kta eruption, The Lagonda Hotel, a flno structure repulr.d. It U ed evldoncea of superior talent and very ter the croupy cough has developed itwlU prevent pifea, no f attack. There i do dangtr In giving thia at Springfield, Ohio, was destroyed by or money careful and able training. Mr. L. R. the iuawnteeatogiveperlect.at&faetion remedy for It contains nothing- Injurious. salt by cent, per box. fefunded; PriSe fire. Many guests had thrilling escapes. Hughes' part In the exercises was a dec For sale by Craig Jt Ifocksr, Stanford, Ky. Penny, Stanford, Ky. ...., " '"' l,, - . "ii ., i i "l " '""" """ t,,ut,,wt" .. v -- .- gus-he- d g For MONEY LOVING PEOPLE. --- 2 T3 J h. u do-rid- : de s 3 O o a Have your Prescriptions filled at Craig & Mocker's. Pure Drugs and Chemicals only us ed. Accuracy, Promptness and a, rt E o in her-ae- lf y LOW PRICES I ansa C4 c o Guaranteed. A full line of Druggists' Sundries Ru-rea- I always in stock. m V fence-destroyin- g, trash-movin- g, pool-filliu- i! FOR SALE ! -- tho-oolleg- In order to settle the estate of A. R. Penny, deceased, the cntirs 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 wvll established business. Also the residence on the West side of Lancaster St. For particulars apply to two-stor- y sur-mie- ", un-g'.d- ly - tj. JL. PENNY , Exor. Stanford, Ky. d 1- ... m u waw H c iar es WteliF tgr tan bmwnn. es War to the Knife. e Prices Lower Than The Lowest. Your money never woold buy as much as at present, reached the for we have R-- id r Climax of Low Pi ices. JVe Mrs-Georg- have but one desire, that is to show you goods and lied Rock Prices. quote you - When you arise some morning and find the sun rising in the West, that will be the day when Charles Wheeler will be undersold and not till then. Headquarters for empse ot scosiomy.- Ladies' Wraps, Millinery, Dress Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishings. Drew, Selby & Co's Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. Sole agents for Royal Tailors, of Chicago. Others may lead but you will never find us distanced more than a throat lacth. See? Highest market price for produce. CHAS. WHEELER, Hustonville. Ky. Mra-Charle- a Sweet-scente- d James Frye IIUSTONVIIXE, KY. - ill j Preshy-Jttcowsi- Splls fill3 hllPfllW fiflfl In Hustonville. IW (Tfifllto See his New Line of 1 half-rat- Ladies' Wraps, Clothing and Shoes. Buell's Low Top Patent Congress Boots have no equal for fit, comfort See them and you will buy them sure. For bargains and durability goto JAMES FRYE. JjciHips., Rloom-ingto- n, Queensware, Glassware, Stoves, &c. -- AT- FARRIS & HARDIN llrim-flel- d .'---- ;..".. - bt Is KeceiYing His chap-Jf- ed FALL : AND : WINTER : GOODS. A.R. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit GuarantecdGIve me calL M NEWSY d'emi-Week- ly I BaUOIIMAN-CaRTBHarsodsburg has 117 widowp, one old A voth for North is a vofo for Gov maid and only 37 widowers. McCreary for U. S. Senator. Perform a man. An ordinary, every day singlo Tammany claims a plurality of duty and pleaauro by putting wedding is generally regarded as a big 0 double 895 SrANFOKD, Kr., Novembck of tho registered voto in New York your cross under the rooster. enough thing for Stanford in one day, City. but when a double oue occurs we open Tna new county committeo mot yes- our eyes and wonder what will happen A five year-ol- d child fell into a tub W. P. WALTON. elected R. O. War-ro- n, next. On Wednesday of boiling water near Olarksviile, Tenn., terday afternoon and last Mr. James chairman, and J. R. Edmlston, sec- Harris Baughman and was fatally scalded. and Miss Laura Logan retary. Good selections both. The crowds that thronged our establish during the last week was Carter, Dr. Wm. Nowton Craig and Miss Five handsome residences and the Susan Taylor Baughman, accompanied positive proof that we have the rifrht roods at the nVht micro Uirls' High School Bt Columbus, Go., W.. Lincoln county ouuht to give North, were destroyed by fire. Burch and tho Stato ticket 250 majority by Messrs. Harry Baughman and A. A. oflcr still greater attractions during circuit court week. Wc will make The First National Bank of and she will do it if those who call them- McKinney, Jr., drovo over to Lancaster, Tiir moat remarkable campaign in the where in the Christian church and by Texas, has closed its doors after selves democrats do their dntv. history of Kentucky is now practically Rev. George Gowan, the four first namended and next Tuesday will tell wheth- a heavy run by depositors. On our extra pages that wo ssnd out ed were mado two. Then thoy returned Frank Woodward, of Shelhyvillo, er the peoplo will voto to lot the present will bo found a reprdao-tio- n to Stanford and enjoyed with friends nn satisfactory order of things continue or shot at a supposed burglar near his meat with this issue of the official ballot, with Detracelegant supper at the St. Asaph Hotel. A household word in ' turn the State over to an unscrupulous house and killed a fine horso. every home. In fact wc propose to make this no one There was no objection any where to a halp.pncc Secretary Carlisle is on his way homo tions how to vote, so plain party, made up in the main of designing sale. To nive all who visit our town an advantage of Ei.imiueand doM Wd ad- the tnarringos, so the method adopted whites and ignorant negroes, to hold to register. Ho will return to Washing- errtherein. supplying themselves with their winter goods at very low prices. Wc vise. was simply for thu novelty and to avoid high carnival at the expense of tho tax- ton after voting next Tuesday. will quote you only a few prices to give you some idea how low pridisplay and to maintain secrecy to the The South Carolina Constitutional payers, principally democrats, and insult ces run clear through. Extra heavy ribbed hose for children and TitBiisio nothing snort about Mr G them by attempting to force negro equal Convention defeated a woman's suffrage O. Keller, Jr. Although he has a high last. Mr. Baughman and wife will live misses, sold every where for loo, now go at 50 Ladies' black and with the groom's parent, Mr. and Mrs. ity and negro domination. With such a amendment by a voto of 121 to 20. position in tho government printing of- S. fancy cotton hose, 5c. Ladies ribbed vests, 15c, worth Ladies' H. Baughman, for the presont, while prospect it would seem that every demoMrs. E'iza Stevenson, mother of the fice, he isn't stuck up or forgetful of old yarn hose 15c. Double width dress goods, plaids and 25c. solid colors, crat, bo he true or wavering, would feel vice president, celebrated her SOth birth friends and showed it yesterday by pull- Dr. and Mrs. Craig will go to house keep- I24C, A irnrwl I5C 20C. DrCSS nild ntlrnn rlwrl .rliKTlnm en iw? ing in their brick residence n'ar the that this above all times is tho one to lay day nt Bloomington, 111., Tuesday. ing otr his coU and setting several colCanton flannel 5c. tftfc, 7 tfc, Methodist church. Both couples have the flannel 15c. and 10c. Ladies' The trial of W. N. Lane for the mur- umns of typo. asido personal feelings and preferences best wishes of host of friends for the all wool shawl, in black and fancy and extra heavy, $1. Jeans in and unite in solid support of the demo- der of Col. H. C. Rodenbaugh and his . r n. !....... a r tir . UUUBlllKCi, n long lives of usefulness and happiness. brown and gray at 15, 25 and 35c per yard. Ladies' underskirt patAT UTTEN11B1M. J. " cratic ticket. Encouraged by their suc- son at Versailles, was set for yesterday. tern, all wool, neat assortment of colors, 75c, worth $ 1, congenial unions iusuro. is reported that there is a scheme prominent German of Louisville, will that cess last November, made possible by It Mr. Baughman is a young man of ster "fool democrats" who either went over on foot to raise an army of 25,000 young address the people of Ottenhelm this, night, at 7 o'clock. Our Gorman ling qualities and has demonstrated his to the enemy or sulked in their tents, men in this country to be sent to Cuba Friday capacity for tho successful conduct of a the republicans have grown more inso Two little tots of Pittsburg, Pa., friends are cordially invited to turn out business in the management of the and hear him tell why they should voto lent and more aggressive till buoyed by found a box containing brimstone and Roller Mills, owned by himself and fathe democratic ticket. tho hope of victory this time, they have ate seme of it. Both died in a few hours. ther, while the woman he has chosen lor reached a point that thor no longer put In some of the prohibition counties CoNBii)Kiti.a the winy weather a good a helpmeet is in every way worthy of tho on an air of decency, but propose to run of Georgia contraband whisky is being crowd attended the sale of J. M. Reid's name. She is tho only child of Mr. and Everything that is new, everything that is nobby. Kvcrythingfthat is rough Bhod over their competitors and put up in tomato cans and sold for can- eflects yesterday. There were three bid Mrs. Ed Tarter, who have spared no desirable and the prices simply cant be matched. their bettors. Should they be victorious ned fruit. ders on the farm of 300 arres, R. W pnins to give her every advantage that bull- Hooker, of Kansas City, a Mr. Dovine, of next Tuesday there is no telling what Bills againut loving hearts could suggest and bIio line they will do when clothed with n little fighting, railroad scalpers and saloons East Tennessee, and Mrs. Dr. Ungh Reid. --EI-A.T-S made the most of it. In a word she is brief authority. The head of the ticket have been introduced in the Georgia It was taken down at $52 25 and will be handsome, accomplished and cultivated and others have vSted for negroes to rule Legislature. sold privately. Mrs. Reid woa the con- and will make a model wifu for a model Now is your chance for a nice hat. Value $i.so to?2, our price fo r over us. It is not a violent assumption At Tyler, Tex., Henry Hilliard, col tending bidder. Two and three-yea- r this week, 75c. A big lot of crushers and alpine hats purchased for old hupband. to conclude that they would do all in ored, was burned at the stake In the cattle brought 3 to 3J; hogs 3.20 to 3.40; - spot cash from a manufacturer who was induced to part with his goods Dr. Craig is their power to give the negro the social public f quaro for outraging and murder- horses and colts $10 to $40; aged mulis cltin and of both a graduate of medl- for ready money enables us to make this offer. Special inducement nlmrmnrv nml and other righta that some of thom are ing Mrs. Bell. mules $25 to $30. $00; profitable drug storo here. His habits aI1 tms week in our Clothing Department. Extra drives in clamoring for. With such n prospect Robbers relieved the First National are exemplary and hu is a popular and a platforms and their interpretations dwin- Bank of McGregor. Tex., of $10,000 or All night sessions. Mr. Henderson most promising young man. His bride dle into insignificance. This is a white more, in gold and paper. They wouldn't Baugh tells us that tho republicans in Highland section meet each WeJnea-da- is the third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. the man's country and white men with some- touch the elver. night, and frequently oftener, and H. Baughman and is a charming woman, thing more than white faces must rule Another terrible massacre of ArmeCome and ace for Yourself. Thty begin highly educated, pretty and amiable. over it. Let us put aside every weight nians, in which 150 people were killed, hold all night sessions. She and "Wtl'l" have been lovers a long and the sins that do so easily beset us, is reported as having occurred in the coming in. ht Bays at about S p. m., and when he gets up in the morning they aro time and their marriage is a very happy and vote and work for the democratic Baiburt district. consummation of a courtship of several ticket from atom to stern, and republican T. B. Walker was shot and killed by just leaving. Tho bosses aro the lost years. May both couples find in each rale, with its attendant evils, will be Will Henly, near Sewanee. Tenn., after ones to depart and then do so with n other every attribute of lovableness that averted. Go to the polls, put your cress th latter had been dangerously wound- seeming reluctance. Highland has always gone republican and the rads aro thoy have imagined and live and love to under the rooster and it can again be ed by tho former. a ripe old age. A: URI3ANSKY & CO., Proprietor, Philip said, like a etonnwall there stands old Francis Smith, a former expecting a big vote at that precinct this In a message from Elkton to us, Mr. using every effort to secure Kentucky. wealthy druggist of Louisvilla, was found timo and are T; D. RANEY, Manager. B. Adams, brother-in-laof the bride, dead in his room from morphine taken it. If th democrats do their duty they J. "Tub late Mr. Clay" is out in another with suicidal intent. can fool Boss Davison and bis cohorts. tells of the marriage of Miss Lizzie Twid-weBranch Stores. to Hon. 8. Walton Forgy, State Sen card, which shows plainly he is smartAt Negannee, Mich., a heavy snow Let them do it. ator, and a lawyer of prominence and Paris. Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenccburg, Cynthiana. ing under the terrible caatigation he is storm continnsd nntil fully 10 inches of Cibcuit Cout. Wm. Dye, carrying ability. The marriage occurred in OlarksVersailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. receiving for deserting his colors in the snow fell. Slaighs ware in nse for the concealed waapons, got 10 days in jail viile, Tenn., the happy conplo going faco of the enemy. Fortunately Mr. first tim this season. and a flnaof $25, Meridy Wood, for dis thenca for the romance of the thing. day never bad much of a foothold on Tho number of pupils enrolled in public favor and having lost that little, the University of Michigan ii 2,703 and turbing religious worship, was mulcted Miss Twidwell went to visit her sister, his utterances produce nothing but pity the prospect is for mora than 3,000 be- to th tune of $20, Henry i'augett es- Mrs. Adams, two months ag. She caped with the costs for violating the liq- shortly afterwards mot Mr. Forgy; it was and disdain. His brooding over repeat- fore tb year closes. uor lawa and R. M. Johnson was fined a case of lova at first sight and Cupid did ed defeat seems to have unsettled his A horsa pistol axploded in the hands 1 nc i'lacc to Buy $50 for furnishing minor liquor. All who know the beautiful mind to such an extent that be cannot of Sol Delisai, while he w8 playing bis Thomas M. Owslay was appointed an tha rait. bride recognize multiplicity of statements consist. Before the part on a stags in Milwaukee and one of make his examiner with office at Hill & McRob-ert- s', charms and while wishing her all the joy convention in an interview published in his legs was shattered. W. S. Burch was made guardian ad imaginable will heartily congratulate the the Louisville Post he said if he was A bell weighing 30,000 pounds was litem for th children of tho late D. B. fortunate man who has won her. Wc sell at the Cheapest Price. nominated, as he then expected to be, cast Wednesday at Cincinnati. The cast Rev. Dr. J. V. Logan, the distin he would make his canvass to snow that was made in an hour after six months of StABB and on Col. T. P. Hill. J. B. Pax- ton and Harvey Helm were imposed the guished president of Central University, the State affaire had been well managed, preparation and will cost $16,000. I duty of examining E. D. Scott an appli- and Mrs. Mary Jones Horndon, aro to he and that the republican party should not Miss Sarah Richards died at ColumBy an Experienced Pharmacist. bo placed in power because it is in large bus, O., from the effects of a fall received cant for law license. married next week. The following week After a career of almost unparalleled Mr. J. V. Logan, Jr., ion of the above part composed of negroes and of illiter- while trying to hang her sweetheart's meanness, Jim Tall, the obatreperoua ne- gentleman, and Miss Jessie Taylor, sitate voters who should not be allowed picture in a conspicuous place. gro, is at last settled for a season. He ter of Dr. T. J. Taylor, will bo married. government, that the control of auy State Quiet again reigns at Tiffin, whore Mason-Foar- d druggist, Stanford, Ky. contracts were good ones Sunday two members of a mob who at was given three years in the penitentiary This couple will go to Orlando, Fla , and for the State and that Tate's defalcation tempted to tnko a prisoner from jail, for shooting at with intent to kill Officer take up their abode on a $20,000 orange was not a party sin. Now he intimates wereshotand killed by deputy sheriffs. Newland through the door of the house grove. Richmond Climax. The grooms barricaded himself. He are father and brother of Rev. Sanford How doth the little busy bee, that there is something wrong at FrankThe representative of a Cincinnati in which he baa mieoed Nowland and hit a colored man M. Logan, of thia placo, who if reports Improve each shining hour, fort and says that the cry of negro is 'for company with $200,000 capital has seGathering honey all the day, purpose of diverting the attention cured an option on the charter for a rail- who was assisting Mr. Newland in mak- be true, is soon to do likewise himself. the Louis and Amelia Darwin have jiiHt from the true statu of affair. Again he road bridge over the Ohio river at Ash ing the arrest. In the conviction of Tall From every opening flower. Stanford is rid of a very troublesome ne elebruted the SOth anniversary of their said immediately after his defeat, "I land. Did you learn this in your little shool book lonrr arm? n,,c;nnc ,.., Fully 500,000 bicycles were sold this gro and the republicans lose n vote. A marriago at Blactc Falls, Wis. Tho hus- very dull all summer, think that any democrat is unpnrriotic however, we have been busy keeping stock band was born on September 2 1th, 17SS, improving each shining and unfaithful to his State, unfaithful to year. With the number previously in pretty good day's work for the jury. hour, getting ready for busy times. Jim was tried again yesterday, for cut- or one j ear before tho inauguration of himsolf, unfaithful to his fellow demo- use, certain statisticians figuro that lerms asn; 1 rices Low. 1 Here is where the "honey" part of crats and unfaithful to his true friends about one person in every 50 rides a ting another negro, but the jury reported the first president of thu United States that it was unable to agree. Judge Saul- - T'ih wifo was born at La lVro's Isle on 111V. f'Wt.4.1 I.UUILJ in, We will not quote you Furniture, Capets, Wall who have stood by him, who will wheel. Tho first race at Latonia Wednesday ley sent them back to their room, how- March 17, 1701, and is now past her 101st Paper in cold t ypc. It would not lock well, but we are all right and do not give cordial support to the pnrty uot want too much "honey" from one flower. We will give you as when be is defeated." And yet in the was won by Wild Huntsman, but the ever, for further deliberation, and at 4 year. They had 112 children, flvo of wr You will get rock bottom whom are living, ranging in ages from 51 Hiui.il mr yuur money as one possmiy can face of all this and agreeing to mako judges ordered all beta held pending an o'clock they reported giving him anothfigures. Wc arc right in the procession with our distant but friendly to 70 yearn. speeches for toe ticket even after Gen. investigation as to whether the burse is er year. a "ringer." Craig Camden declined to engnge a A. M. Ballard, a widow of 2S, and competitors and will give you the benefit of prices that are worth Hardin's Auditorium speech, he repudiAn idea of the number of play lawyer to defend him for carrying con- Miss Clara Camden obtained ates all his former utterances and does license luro me cuubiucrauou 01 people irom a distance. LeniMin nnrtn nc or cards used in the United States may be cealed weapons and mRtiagxd the case and went to Louisville to marry Wed- write us. We have plenty of time to the very thing which be so depricated in write letters. gleaned from tbo official announcement himBolf. He was unable to convince the nesday. others by going back on party and that takes 021 tons of paper a year to jury that he was innocent, so ho was givMaria Brumm, of Detroit, Mich., friends. It is useless, however, to argue makeitthem. paid a $25 fine to get her beau out of Jail en 10 days and $25. with a corpse and in bad form to Bpeak The French Cabinet has resigned on An indictment was found against Alex and married him in less thau a hour af ill of the dead, so wo will since we can account of a government defeat during Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. Rice for tho murder of Simon HigginB terwards. say nothing good of him, let him retnrn the debate on the South of France railand he was ordered to bo brought from Farris & Whitley bought 10 1,000 from whence he sprung, unwept, way scandal. President Faure accepted to plead. J. L. I'uuuu Bioorn iruiu ivoutTl l OUng, O' the Danville Jail y unsung. Hia letters, if they the resignations. Goode wasexcuBed from the jury and J. Cumberland county, at 3c. Advocate have any effect at all, will make votes Thirty thousand cattle have already F. Gover put in Mb place. The three for Hardin. At the mairiage of a Brooklyn girl been shipped from the Panhandle, in cases against Henry Traylor for liquor was celebrated the silver wedding Huau Mulholland, whom it is alleg- Texas, and the total shipment "from the law violations were tried in two with parents and the goldon wedding of her of her ed that Ool. Bradley got pardoned for a Amarillo country" will not fall short of verdicts of not guilty and dismissed in mother's parents. 100,000 head. handsome remuneration, is about to need the other. Friday Carson was acquitted Miss Annie Stone, of Lexington, The L. & N. was or marriod a young man bis services again. He is in jail at Win of ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. in Europe. Tho dered to nav to Isaac Hamilton about All kinds of Wanon, Uuctpv and Carriarrr. chester or obtaining money by false pre,i t? fa Dr. John M. Williams starts for Ber- 1400 garnisbeed out of the wages of Dav- couple started for this country, and the done in tense, with a likelihood of again being style. id Burgess, J. B. Keyer, T. B. Meals and groom died on the ocean. sent up the road. If the colonel is eloct lin next month to further perfect him- Sherman Napper as part payment of It is officially announced that the ed will hi) pardon his old friend before solf in his profession. judgment against them. Arnold Princess Maud of Wales, youngest A party of citizens left for Louisville who burned his own house and permitting him the inconvenience of a Special attention to horses with diseased feet. Wc have an as witnesses, etc. in the trial of Judge raiaed cane with his family, was let ofl daughter of tho Prince of Wales, is trial? artistic to her cousin, Prince Charles of Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of Bethurum. Messrs. H. H. Baker, G. W. with the costs. the most fastidious in his work. .Tnhn Ball, of Garrard, was tried yf - Denmark. It is said to be a love match In a joint debate at Hartford with Dr. McClure, O. O. Williams and Willis Ad- terday for setting up a gambling device and not a State affair. SIR. H. KIRLEY. SZFERIEECED POIETEB. A. D. James, a republican spollbinderi ams were among the number. at Green Briar Springs, but the jury bad Mr, Davis, of Pennsylvania, was not agreed at adjournment. Mr. J. Mort Rothwell is said to have Has charge of our Paintincr Department. Giv. us a trhl. i NKW ADVEBTISKMENTH. charged Ool. Bradley with forgeries and here looking after his leases on oil lands. LeeS.Taafe, a young democrat of Wo have novor Hia company will sink two teat wells in irrogalaritioa. other Warsaw, who had gone to Sparta as one heard of the former charge bofore, but as this countv at once. There is littlo of a coaimittee to escort Senator Black Rothwell read law under the colonel ho doubt hut that oil and gas will be found burn to Warsaw, was struck by the cars DISSOLUTION. n7ob.f hfi.TattDeej will not be reipomiblc lor anr more debts made may know what other people have not in paying quantities in the near future. and killed Wednesday. Her- by said firm. W. B. Jonos. 70- The trial of H. H. Holmes, or Bonja-miThe new coat of paint has improved is demandheard. A bill of particulars n man Budgett, for the murder of the appearance of the depot. Mr. James LANCASTER, KY., ed. p PintKnl. tipcran Tuesday at Phila- Maret, the popular and accommodating .t.lnh!ii. TTolmea1 attorneys withdrew DUROC HOGS Has now on hand Weather-BoardinCeiling, Flooring and all kinds Democrat, this is the time to show agont, who has beon found at bis nost from the case, and he declined the ser- all subject to regUter. J. M. McRQHEKTS, 69 im of Dressed Lumber. Can furnish Doors, Sash and Blinds colors. If we defeat them this time, here for 18 years, viewed with pleasure vices of others whom the court wished to vour F. O B trial as his and by tbo decisive vote that we can, if the transformation that had takon place appoint, and went Into tho however, call- FOR RENT. Stanford, Ky. we use only Alabama Pine and Mounta-Voii,', own attorney, afterwards, every man will do his duty, we wont ruiayille as a witness in a govemnTent ing for help. The arch fiend of the 10th to h.oi"' ot of and Poultry for tale. Poplar, we are prepared to meet competition from all points on Wn. K. A. Baker, DanvilU Avenue, Stanford. 65 have any more such campaigns as this. J case. century seems near the rope's end. cash orders. R, OHAia-BAUO- Interior Joukne NOTES. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. MAT!IKQHJALMATTERS. tl- 50,-00- m m GreaterthanEver SIX PAGES- - La-gran- LOUISVILLE STORE! tht 8c m -- Extra Fine Jackets and Capes. prize-fightin- y BOOTS AND SHOES. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, w ll McRoberts' Drug Store Compounded hr SCHOOL BOOKS & TOILET ARTICLES Prescriptions Carefully "W. IB. M'ROBERTS, 4 M a K WITHERS & HOOKER, to-da- St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Co., :r MERSHON first-clas- s & house-breakin- g. GREER, Proprietors. M.-a-m- Stein-negge- r, Horse Shoeing and Blachsmithing of all Kinds. E. ed b- BE I 1 The Noel Planing Mill Co. g, n Sajrsft Stau-fuf- r t"l d- dSTSSS fo" I - "Sit 1" i&?,it.S.. Nilil tm -- '" " r i Semi-Week- ly Interior Jomai Ky NovKsimnt 1, 189& Br M SrAHFonD, W. P. WALTON. HE WA3 A KICKER. OFFIClL Democratic Ticket. Republican Ticket. Below is an exact reproduction of the 7 SOME BREAKS. Things rhat Bright Have Been Better UdmsIiI. lfl gen-tlema- iJ Hi I- - I And the Kuct Thnt Urn Other Jinn Didn't 8m Whj V.m Xiithlug to Illm. "I liml to raise n row hack lntlio dining car," nld tlio lnlilluutiUtl man iw ho entered tho HiiiuklpK car looking mi upset that nouns naked what was tlio matter. "It's 11 thliiK I halo to do, lint thcwo corporations should lie mndo to understand tlmt tho trnvollnit public havo rights." "Wasn't tho dinner nil right?" honsked. "Not by n long way I I nikwl tho waiter to bring oiho fut pork fried rare, ntiu nftor keeping " waiting for ten minutes ho rotiiriuil to nay that uall on twnt was tho vary Iwt ho colihl ilo. I wanted some ooffoo iiimlo from old ground, with milk In place of crmia, and do you know they brought mo hoiiio fresh nmdo Java and unld I'd lmvo tc iniiko It dot I'm a grunt baud to cat frowoy bultor, but tho waltor protondod thoy hadn't such a thing on band and rothor insisted tlmt I taku fresh Orange oounty. As 1 ald bi'fort', I lmto to iimko a klok In public, but ono must do For the election to be held between the hours of Tuesday, Nov. 5th, 1895. People's Ticket. a. m. and 4 p. m. Prohibition Ticket. "I beg your pardon, madam, bnt yoa n. aro sitting on my bat," ozclnlmcd n "Oh, pray excuso mo. I thought It vim my husband's, "was tho unexpected reply. In nnothcr lnstnnco of conjugal amenities n wlfo said to her husband, "I fciw Mrs. Becker thU morning, nnd sho complnlned that on tho occasion of her last vUlt you wore so ruilo to her that sho thought sho must havo offended you." "Nothlngof tho kind," ho answered. "On tho contrary, I Hko her vory much, but It was rnther dark nt tho time, nnd when I entered tlio room nt first I thought It was you." "Poor John, ho was a kind nnd forbearing husband," sobbed John's widow on her rot urn from tho funvral. "Yes," said t n sympathizing nolghbor, is nil for tho best. You must try to .nsolo yourself, my dear, with tho thought that your husband is nt penco nt Inst." A gentleman had accompanied a friend homo to dinner, and as thoy seated them"b-xi- 1 1 X For Governor: selves HHaVsaBttttttttsaasaastaiBHiKHssttattttttaHstiH For Governor, "William O. Bradley, H It to gel fair play." ilou't mk what excuse yon had for kicking," said tho man with tho brlor root. "Ob, you don't I You aro ono of the nor that can bo walked on and never say potiitiwn with n word. I wanted IntniM of tho half dono vegetable loft In, but do you think 1 got 'em? No, Mir! I'm a groat hand for dried jipjilo nitico, but tho waltor brought mo frvsdi blaokljerrlert and wantod mo to accept tho substitute. I litis lay gla-- of milk at loaot half water, but they brought mo mimn with crmm on top. I llko cuoumbr pleklw. but tho only thine thoy had were ghorkltw and ollvon. Thny found out their mistake, litmovur, wbon thsy tried to rldo oror mo." "As I said before, I don't "- began tho man with tho brlor root, wbon tho kloker Interrupted hlin with "Oh, of courwi not! Probably trawling d. b. and afraid to nay your mhiI'h your own. I prefer to out with a kulfo and fork having no liundlo, but thoy pretended to bavo nono. I nuver eat with a ulotb on tho tabU If I win help It, but thoy mfiikfd to ronioT It. I always uwi a towel for n napkin, but thoy wild It wa napkin or nothing. Lastly, thoy IniMod tl it I sit down and eat. Tlioy bavo ovldontly been having thulr own sweet way on tliH lino for 3 ear Awt, and It n.tonlhod them not a llttlo hon 1 kicked. I'll ml mi niiotlnir tow with 'cm In tho morulug, and porhnpi thoy'll got It through tholr heads that thoy don't run all North Aimirlm." "My dear lrM begun tho man with tho brlor root. "That' enough 1" ohlppod in the l:iker. "Yau limit lUhworiu and willing to bo walked on. I am a kicker and want and will havo my rlghu. Ytm, fir, and through mo tho nubile will bo benefited, and I'll bot 10 to 1 that In Itms'ua your tho traveler uu a gin1 of on thl vury train who unnr milk won't bavo ohnmwKiio shoved nt hlui nn a atlbstlltltO." Detroit KreO 'I D For Governor, For Governor, Thomas S. Pettit, For Lieutenant Governor, For Lieutenant Governor, inn-thu- For Lieutcnnnt Governor, D D T. B. Dcmarec, For Lieutenant Governor, a a K. fP. Tyler, - Win. J. AVorthington, John G. Blair, Crit a. Hughes, - i For Secretary of State, Henry S. Utile, 'HIS For Attorney General, w- P For Sccrctnry of State, For Secretary of Slate, For Secretary of Stute, Charles Finley, Don Singlctary, Frances E. Beauchamp, For Attorney General, For Attorney General, For Attorney General, William J. Hciulrick, William S. Taylor, Silas M. Peyton, J. B. Finnell, - For Auditor Public Accounts, For Auditor Public Accounts, For Auditor of Public Account?, For Auditor Public Accounts, L. 0. .Norm an, Samuel II. Stone, - For Truasurer, For Treasurer, a Charles S. Dcane, - J. M. Ragsdale, For Treasurer, For Treasurer, It. C. Ford, - George "W . Long. M. R. Gardner, II. B. Asbury, For Supt. 1'ubllc Instruction, For Supt. Public Instruction, For Supt. Public Instruction, For Supt. Public Instruction, Pre. Eil Porter Thompson, William J. Davidson, II. II. Farmer, For Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics, Josephine K. Henry, For Commissioner of Agriculture, A Hplrn.llil ltcli For It. J31 of orangof i IS you For Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor And Statistics, For Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics, Ion B. Xnll, -- D Lucas Moore, William L. Scott, Office, For Heglster Land Ofllce, Customer- - My good man, For Register Land G. B. Swango, Charles O. Reynolds, lomonif llarkmipcr Yo"r. Ctutomor And utigar and a thin allco Barkit'por Cuiitomor Cuatouior Yim'r. For Railroad Commissioner, D II. D Turner For Register Land Office, a a Labor and Statistics, S. B. Weldon , - n I I I I For Register Land Office, Spencer, - S. E. Simpson, - " For Railroad Commissioner, narki;por drink. Truth. And a lot of whlid:yf Yiw'r. Tbvn mix mo n tompuranco For Railroad Commissioner, George II". Alexander, S. Irwin, 1I Wm a Hallway l'ortrr." A thin man. with a dUtruNdiig cough, wm lnMpt.otlug miiiiu portmantoauK and trunks In front nt a wot end xhop tho othor day, wbon tho proprietor of thoplaco npptvinxl and tukod: "Looking for a portumnliviu, nlrf" For Representative, For Representative, For Representative, a n a a For Railroad Commissioner, For Representative, M. F. Xorlh, - B. B. King, . r Tako hold " Tho man with a dUlrofijlug cough drow in a full breath, callodout, "Uy your ioavo thorol" m If Marnlng a platform full of pashongorri, and then took hold of tho trunk. Itlii wont tho haudlo, bang wont tho locks, and as ho hlooil It on ond and upnot It and Hopped it back again ono bingo broko Ioomi, and It upllt in two. With a twist of tho wrUts ho gavo tho two balvoH a hIiiiu bang, whioh complotod tho wruuk, and, with a bow to tho lollor of portmautoaurf, bo joltiod tho crowd and disappeared. "Upon my bouI," gaipod tho proprietor as ho vlitwod tho ruins, "but I mado a mUtako In him I Ilo'a a railway porter Instead of a dying travolor." dhotllold Tologrnpb. "Iloro's tho Iwst 30 shilling bag ovnr miuli and I m tho Duly ono tiial m:11s 'out at Iuas than 5." tlio tiiln man, with "NogoiKl," a norrowful shako of bU hoad. "Ono of lliOMj trunks wouldn't hUiiiiI tho Jouruoy from horo to Ilnidfonl." "What! I'll warrant 'out to go round tho world. Tako hold of ono and bang It about and conviuoo youmolf " "Do you glvo mo loino to tout lti trongthf" "Yw." For School Superintendent, For School Superintendent, School Superintendent, W. S. Bnrch, Miss Kate Blain, - For School Superintendent, rn "Of courso 1 do. If you are a democrat and want to vote the straight ticket, as every good democrat will, you have only to mark your ballot under the comoout." Rooster, as above with the stencil you will find in the booth. Many a democrat has ruined his ballot by scratching it, so go on the safe "but don't side and run no risk. telligent." long as tho doctor continued his visits." A physician walking with a friend said to .blin : "Let us avoid that pretty llttlo woman you soo thuro on the left. Sho knows mo and casts on mo looks of indignation. I attended her husband." "Ab. understand. You had tho mlsfortuno to dispatch him," was tho remark that slip ped out. "On tho contrary," replied the doctor, "I saved blml" A guest nta country inn oxclnlmod, "I say, Landlord, your fooa Is worso than It was last year." "Im-possible, sir, "was tho rather amblguouf reply of tho landlord. "Why," said a counsel to a witness, "nro you bo very in your statement f Aro you afraid oi telling an untruth?" Witness (promptly), "No, sir." At a rocont Inquiry into the 6nnlty of a young mnn of largo property, witnesses wcro being called to prove that bo was unfit to manngo his affairs. A curious slip was mndo by a schoolmastoi whon asked if ho had formed any oplnloL as to tlio Btato of mind of tho allogod lunatic "Oh, yes," ho replied. "I can cer tify ho Is nn Idiot. Ho was ono of my fa-v orlto pupils." "I bavo mot this man," said a lawyer, with oxtromo sovcrlty, "In n great ninny plncos whero I would bo ashamed to bo Beon lnyFulf." And then bo paused and looked with astonishment at tho smiling court and jury. Hero nro a few other instances of somothlng very llko putting ono's foot in it. Tho legislature of a western state having a bill under consideration fcr tho regulation of tax collectors, an honorablo member got upon bis feet nnd said: "Mr. Speaker, I go In heavy for that bill. Tho tax collectors nro all a sot of knaves. I was ono myself for ten years." Tho bill passed. How nro you gottlng on In your now place?" asked n lady of a girl whom sho had recommended for a situation. "Very well, thanks." "I am glad to hoar of it," said tho lady. "Your employer is a nlco porMm, and you cannot do too much fur her." "I don't mean to, ma'am," was tho Innocent reply. Hero Is a nalvo declaration from tho prospectus of n weekly paper, "Tho staff. with tho exception of tho editor, has boon i eery carefully selected and uesorvos to se cure success." A Callfornlan nowspapor Is said to bavo been sued for llbol by a widow for sproklng of hor deceased hus band as having "gonu to a happier homo." Dear sir," said an amateur farmer just from tho country, writing to tho secretary of nn agricultural society, "put mo down on your list of cnttlo for a calf." Acer-tai- n caravan orator at a fair after n long yarn descriptive of what was to bo seen Inside wound up by saying: "Stop In, 1 pro-cls- o gon-tlomo- n, populnr. It was cxtromoly handsome, nnd chnmpagno flowed freely. Tho evening was well ndvanced whon n old gontlemnn roso to proposo n toast. Ilo spoko with fluency, but somo-hoho said oxnetly tho opposlto to what ho meant. "I feel," said ho, "thnt for a plain country squiro llko mysolf to address this learned company Is Indeed to cast pearls boforo swluo." Nover wn? so successful a speech mndo. Ilo could got no further for many minutes. Tho corapnny applauded vociferously and as though they wotdd uovor ceaso. "Now, Miss Brown," said nn earnest listener, "won't you play somothlng for us" "No, thank you," said tho lady. "I'd rather hear Mr. Jones." Earnest lis- -' tcner, "So would I, but" Horo ho was stopped by tho expression on tho young lady's face, and ho looked confused for half nn hour after sho hod indignantly turned and left blra. A person who was recently called Into court for tho purpose of proving tho correctness of n surgeon's bill was asked whether tho doctor did not mnko several visits after tho patient was out of danger. "No," replied tlio witness, "I considered tho patient in danger na w anything." Another amusing slip took tho form ot an unhappy after dlunor speech. Thoro was nn ontertnlnmont givon by an carl thnt you will make allowances, Mr. Blnnklcy. My servant loft mo unexpectedly, nnd I was compelled to cook tho dinner mysolf." "Oh, cortnlnly, my dear madam, cortnlnly," responded tho guost, with great emphasis, "I can put up with "I trust ntthotablo tho hostess romnrkod: .' step In I Tako my word for It, you will bo highly delighted whon you "Allow me, madam, to congratulate you on your acquaintance with thnt charming lady," said a gallant Hungarian. "Sho is young, beautiful and in- A Houaobold Troaauro. D. W. Fulltr, of CnJohne, N. Y., ay that ht ilwT. keert Dr. Kinc'i New DUcovpry In the houic and hit family would not be without it. If procurable, O. A. Djrkcmin DruKCiit. Cattkill, N. Y taya that Or. Kinc'i New Discovery it undoubtedly the ben Gourd remedy; that he ha uieditlnhla tamily for eight eas. and it hai ceve. failed to do all that U claimed for It. Why not try a n n.edy o long tried and toted, Tria bottle lrp at A. K. 1'cnny'i Drug Store. Kegu lar lire toe and Si.oo. Beach : & : Bowers' This, Friday night; : Minstrels I I you think sho is u trlflo lady, conceited?" "Why, madam, just put yourself in hor placo and, say, would you not bo conceited, too?" was tho rather startling comment. This socinl slip is even worso: A city mnn complained bitterly of tho conduct of his son. Ho related nt length to nn old friend all tho young man's oscapndos. "You should speak to him with firmness and rocall him to his duty," said tho friend. "But ho pays not tlio least attention to what I say. Ho listens only to tho advlco of fools. I wish you would talk to Aim." Exchange "Oh, certainly," replied tho The Quick Suicide. will make Mirth and Music at Spoolmon OaBoa. with Neural aud Uheumatisiu; hit atomach wai dikordcred, his liver wasalfecled to an alarming decree, appetite fell away and he was terribly reduccUin lleah aud strength. Three bottles 01 Electtic Hitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, llarritburg, Illm running tore on bit leg of eight years' standing. U.od three bottles of Klcctric Hitters boxes of Hticklen's Arnica Salve and hd legit found ttyd well' John Speaker, CaUwbis O., had five large fever sores on bis leg; doctor Due bottle ol Electric said he was incurable. ric Hitters and one boi Huckleu's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by A K. I'eliny, drug n S. H. Clifford, New Caitel, Wis , was troubled Walton's Opera House, tered. There was but nn Instant to wait. In thnt Instant life spread boforo him, Us joys hero, its sorrows there. "Nevertheless. " ho exclaimed, with now courago, "I will not die. Ono strlkol" Before ho undertook to umpire tho gnmo ho had ascertained that tho sympathies of tlio blcaohors weru with tho pitcher. Tribune. Do-tro- "Plato, thou roasonest woll," ho mut- lt gut. Nut Wanted. Once upon n tlmoLord Melbouruo visited tho kltelien of tho Reform club (Soyer seonts to havo Isold n regislar loveo thero in tho afternoon) and resnarked to tho great clsof that his handmaidens wore remarkably good looking. Soyer bowed with deep respect aud answered with gravity: "Ye-i- , my lord. You wo, we do not want plain oooks hero." Argonaut. mih4Um wynwwwv n rt f' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal My KCUNDEL. Stanford, Kt., November 1, 1895 E. C. Walton, Business Manager THE TICKET. For Governor, P. WAT HARDIN, of Mercer. For Lieutenant-Governor, R. T. TYLER, of Fulton. ' n. C. FORD, of City. For Auditor, L. C. NORMAN, or Boone, For Register of the Land Office, O. B. SWANGO, of Wolfe. W. For Attorney General, of Fleming. For Treasurer, J. HBNDRICK, For Secretary of State, HENRY S. HALE, ol Gravel. For Supt ol Public Instruction, ED PORTER THOMPSON, or Owen. For Commlisloner of Agriculture, ION B.NALL of LouiiviUe. For Railroad Commissioner, GEO. H.ALEXANDER, of Louisville. For Representative, M. F. NORTH. For School Superintendent, W. S. BURCH. BARKER HOUSE, & J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, ' ' l IL 1I. it1 ,! ' Ifr position has developed, and sho must havo more freedom." "Fnydomr" I Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large asked inquiringly. "Ym, freedom to and Commodious sample Kooms, come nnd go, freedom to lite her own Halls and office connected by Electric Bells life. What is the difforonco, pray, bePrompt and polite service to guests. 47 tween man and woman?" "Why" said L "Thcro aro oertain differences, cerhestainly," said Miss Lambtou-Hyatitating, "but not the great distinctions EXPOSITION that aro vulj arly supposed. A. woman has n mind, sho has her own thoughts, WILL BE HELD nnd eho ought to pursuo her own careor Sept. 18th to Dec. 31st, 1895. likoamon." "Butmarriaga" I began, On ground traversed by rifl Ipits, over which "Pooh! Marriage 1" said sho contempSherman threw the first shell into Atlanta 31 year tuously. "If alio liked to marry, let her. go, the Exposition Is last taking shape. The exSo doe a man, and it dooa not intercellent railway facilities ol the great fere with him. " "Thea a woman, "said I, trying to nndorstand, "should boas much liko a man as maybe?" Miss Lambton-Hyat- t oonaidorod. "Wo," sho said, "you put words into my mouth. I never said that" "Well?" I asked. ROUTE "Sho ought to be as independent as n AnJ Its connections to Atlanta, together with low man," said she triumphantly. Sho lookrailway rates, will enable the people to make a deed hor triumph at mo, and my oyoa lightful trip at but small expense. The Quern & Crescent runs superb vestlbuled wandorod over her faco, and to her hair train with through sleepers and carrying Parlor, and down again-ttho rich silk of hor Cafe and Observation Cars. Irom Cincinnati direct to Atlanta, passing through Georgetown, Leung-to- opora cloak. Somerset and Harrlman en route. More than "Why do you look at mo like that?" 100 mllea shortest line. Special low reduced rates irritably. to the Exposition Ask your Queen & Crescent asked Miss Lambton-ITyaagent aomcthing about it in detail. Write to "I was thinking" said L "Oh, yes," Chattanooga, Tenn. sho interrupted, "you woro thinking A.J. LYTLK.D. P. A., CHAS. W. ZBLL, D. P. A., - - Cincinnati, O. that I am too weak or pretty or fragile For free inforrr ation and pnnted matter. to bo independent That's what men W. C. RINEARSON, G. P. A., - - Cincinnati. aro always thinking. It's their stock argument. Argument!" Sho laughed and turned to me again. "I put in praotice my theories," she said doliboratoly and lt watohing me for tho offoct of the Only Diiect Llue Between I stextod. "What do yon moan?" I askod hastily. Sho nodded. Shortest and quickest between "I live my own llfo now," said sho. Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, "Whoso lifo did you" But thoro I Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, broko off, for Mis Lambton-Hyatt'- s and Covington. Falmouth Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains handaomo eyes wcro glittering. "Oh," run by Central Standard Time. I said feobly, "that is interesting!" Time TabU June a, 1805. "Do yon think," sho said, "that I am No. t. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. tied toa man 'a coattail liko other girls?" p. m. p. m. a. m. "No, indeed !"said I, shaking my head. CO lyre Franklort A 00 4 00 7 so " Elkhorn 711 "Do yon think that Icomo and go at 4" I 148 " Stamping Uround 7 38 4 30 2 anyouo's behest?" "No, no," I said, Georgetown.!!... 7 47 IS 4 47 " 4 S9 7 55 Arr. C. S. Depot 300 shaking my head inoro firmly. "Do you 8 30 C Paris 5 35 400 think that I would oboy well, you, for TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. to. No. 8. instance?" "Good gracious, no!" I said p. m. a. m. a. in. p. m. Jgl in haste. Lve Paris. .....C 4 40 - 9 4 J 6 00 "C,& Depot B 10 17 64s "Do yon think" 6 40 6 35 10 41 " Georgetown 5 53 "Certainly not," I broko in hurried" Stamp's Gro'd 10 S 70J 7 a3 M Klkhorn . tt 16 73s 7; 5 ly. "See how frco I am," sho went on 813 warmly, and throwing back her cloak Arr Frankfort A... n 30 735 in her enthusiasm sho waved her long, SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Georgetown 10 36 a. m; arrive Frankfort whito arms significantly about tho carxi to a. m. riage. "Yes, iudoed," I said, looking at Leave Frankfort 4 00 p. m. arrive Georgetown tho arms. "Hero I am, at 11:30 at p. m. 4 50 The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec- night, returning from a solitary oxpedi-tio- n tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all to tho theater all alono. " "I am points South, Eait, North and west. Jfor further information apply to their agents. hero," I put in bashfully. Sho looked at U Kit CAW, Gen Pass. Agent. C. D. "Oh, that is au accGKO. B. HARPER, Rec'r& Gen.Sup, mo and frowned. ident," sho said, "I met you. " "A forFrankfort Kv. tunate accident," I murmured. " SVhat?" sharply. "For said Miss Lambtnu-Hyat- t me, "I added humbly. "Well," sho Bald, "is it not far better to bo qnito independent liko this than to bo forever hanging upon some ono olso for what you AND want, liko an encumbranco?" "Ever so much better," I assented qiiickly. Tho traiu rolled out of tho station. Snddeulyl leaped to my feet and thrust down tho window. "Good heavens!" I cried. "What's tho matter?" said Miss SOLD TO Lambton-Hyat- t anxiously. ALL POINTS: I pulled in my head, shut tho window slowly and sat down opposite to OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, her. "That was our station," I said. WISCONSIN, Sho looked ut me in distress. "You I nodded. "Unfortudon't mean" MISSOURI, KANSAS, nately, yes." NEBRASKA, COLORADO, Sho jumped up and pulled at tho window frantically. "Please sit down," I CALIFORNIA, ARKANSAS, said, "yon can do no good now. The , TEXAS, train can't pohsibly bo stopped." She dropped into her seat, breathing hard. lODIB-VBn "What will happen?" sho asked. 9B TOT, MaiB-WB"Why" said I. 'Wo shall havo to got FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS out at tho next station?" she said, with AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. a uoto of interrogation in her voico and somo embarrassment in her manner. .THE BEST ROUTE TO THE "This train does not Btop for 20 miles," I explainod. "Ohl" sho criod, blanching, "it is tho last train, " said K1MAN VESTIBULED COACHES, SlEPIN0 AND DIKING CARS I, "and there's no up train beforo tomorrow morning.'" "Ohl" sho cried SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS BEAD OVER THE again nnd rtared at mo, frightened. lORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAi "What Ehall wo do?" sho asked in low tones. I shrugged my shoulders. "It is CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. a nuisance, imi't it?" said I calmly. DescripUi "Wrlto for Rates, Map. "Nuisance !" M10 said. "How can you toanhlcu, to any Station Agent, or to tako it so coolly? Oil, it's awful I It's T. BltAOO, M. ALIEN MULL, W. SI. BCVILL, igt. Tra? Uf rm. if dreadful I" And sho chokod back a feafirMttaarrllt. Ph. 1MUSQM.Y "JSiUBOX. Tl. sob and gazed ut mo with a scarod face. "Wn viti'r iivnn lot. rlirmi Vnnuv " T fuiiiL Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Day. Somerset, - - Kentucky. will they think?" "Perhaps they'll fancy you staid tho night in town," I said My hwooU soothingly. "Of courso they're accusI rit mo down and tnfco ft fhect tomed to your independent ways?" Of iwpcr, nntl I try to rrita "How can yon?" sho cried. "How unA dainty lovo none, trim and neat. They'll kind of yon, when I am bo I try until tho dawn ia bright, think I'm killed!" "Oh, no," said I But atlll the verse is incomplete cheerfully, "yon mustn't think that!" Lovo can't bo told in black and white. My swcotl "But it's so horrible," she exclaimed tearfully, "to bo hero, right away from 0110!" said. THE NEW WOMAN. every yea; I'm"Thero's me," I hero," so glad you're "Yes, sho cried, staring restlofisly nbout tho carriago. "But but what must we "Oh, it puts mo crat ol paticncol" Bald Mips LambtoivHjatt, with n fretfnl do? Oh, do say something do suggest movement of her shoulders. "I'm sorry," somothingl" "Wo shall have to put up "Hotel!" eho exsaid I, "bnt yon look very vrall vheu at a hotel," said L her claimed, looking at drcsa and thon yon" "Oh, that is jtwt it," she broko at me. "But what will people think? in angrily. "We aro to bo put off with "Well, it's tho samo for a compliment, as if one cared for looks What will" said I, ghuioiugat mo," said I nonchalantly. "Oh, but it's or" "Or drosses." tho pretty gown whioh showed beneath different with you!" she broke forth. tho opera cloak. Sho wined. "Oua "How can you comparo tho two cases? You'ro a man, and" "You're n wommust dross Komehow," said Alias yes, Bomohow, " an," I finished for hor. coldly. "Oh, She eyed me. "You aro very unkind," 6aid I cheerfully. Sho regarded me with doubt. "Of course, sho said tearfully. "You takondvantago scorn and a littlo you think you kave mo in a cornsr. But of mo." "Indeed," I proteetod, "I will Only Icould explain it all. "said sho. "Yes?" do exactly what you toll mo. wrunggivo her mo your instructions. " She I asked. "If I liked," abo said, and hands. "But I havo none," sho exlooked indifferently out of the window. "What station is this?" sho asked. "Oh, claimed. "I havo no idea what to da it's all right," I answored, and thoro I"I sat looking at her. "Yon might was silence in the carrlago for a space and told what station "I wish you would see it in thopropsr havo seen 6aid presently it wasreproachin a mo," she way," sho began prosontly, turning on said I mo abruptly. "I will ondetvror to, " said ful voico. "I beg your pardon," . apologetically, "but I was listening to Ipolitoly. '"Prayoxplain. " Shofrown-edinteresting in what you. You "Well," said she, "you must sure- you wero woro soabout tho indepoud-oneo- " saying 1 ly sco that tho evolution of woman "Oh, pleaso don't!" said sho continuing. She has developed u gToat Her humiliation was so comploto that deal." "Of what?" I asked. "Of noth- I had not tho heart to prooeed, and I Lamb-ton-Hyatt nwrptct what time tho night Hushes tiio roaring of too atrect. Anil Dlnn shows her ailvcrjr llcnt lovr--, "It's too Into to telegraph." "Oh, Mr. Somerville," sho cried brokenly, "what GREAT MEN'S READING. PRESERVATION OF FORESTS. An ing," sho excluitued impatiently. "Her THE ATLANTA t, QUEEN AND CRESCENT o n, tt Ky. Midland. R'y, thnn-dorbo- Cincinnati and Frankfort 1 NORFOLK RAILROAD. WESTERN TICKETS Important Statement From tli Secretary of Agriculture. do not know any subject more im"I portant than tho subject of forestry and tho preservation of treo lifo," Haiti Mr. Morton, tho secretary of ngriculturo, to a Boatou Horald correttpoutlent "I think that it should be taught iu all tho schools. Forests aro an absolute necessity for tho maintonnnce of human lifo. Tho wholo nninml kingdom would perish from tho earth if plant life nnd growth wero intermitted for a single summer. Tho assaulti on the forests of Michigan, Wisconsin nud Miuucsota tho total states which furnish lumber product of tho Union arc shown by tho recent cousns Investigations to bo in tho naturo of organized extetmiua-tion- . Tho census bulletin which I rend some timo ngo stated that at tho present rato of consumption by tho lumber mills of thoso three states tho quantity of timber owned by them would not last moro than four or flvo years. This is a most sorious, a most vital matter. "Wo must presort tho forests if wo nro to avoid tho long drought, tho drenching and disastrous floods and the tornado and the cyclono. Only 10 por cont of tho globe's surfaco is covered now with per cont of Enropo forests. Twonty-flvis so covered. Ilmtfin hns 420,000,000 ncrei of forest; tho United States, acrtw; Brazil, 138,000,000 acres. Thcro are only 1,308,000,000 acres of forosts iu tho world. Tho forests of Ruswas silent Tho train plackencd, Fottled clown to sia nro stendily diminishing with the inan easier paco and crept decorously into crease of population, and particularly the station. We landed apon a desolato with tho emancipation of tho serfs. RtiEsia is clearing 7,000,000 acres yearstTotch of platform and stood miserably ly. The czar alono has 27,000 wood watching tho lights go out in tho crown forests who cut ISO "Woll, hero we aro," said I cheerfully as darkness slowly enveloped ns. Miss fagots, or 1 jj tons of wood, mostly policedaily Tho average Lambton-Hynburst into tears. I retreated her, I coaxed her, I comforted man yearly is valued at f'JIP. "France gets a part of her wood supher. If I remember, I took her hand in mine. Sho was a pitiful little flguro, ply from Germany. France has increased 40 yoars with hor weeping face abovo the gay her own forests in the beauty of her gown. "Oh, what shall I steadily. Sho has 7,000,000 acres moro do?" she moaned piteously. "Don't now than she had in 1848. In that interleave me," sho wailed, and hold mo val 0,000,000 ncroti of wasto mountain tight "Stay," said I, "wo will see lands have been planted. Tho government of France has planted largely in what eon Ve done." master going to Algeria. In Gormany tho reproduction I found the station bed aud conf orred with him. Then I re- of tho forest is studied as a science. dutch-e- d Thoro aro forest academies thero for the turned, and Misd Lambton-Hyat- t me. "Don't loavo me again," sho education of forest managers. Eventualimplored. "This darkness and lonolinosa ly thero must bo moro attention given to forest culture iu tho United States." aro so borriblo, " "Ok, it's all right, sort of milk train passsaid. "Thero's a rartlonlnrs of Japan' Court. ing up in ten minates or so. " Her eyes Somo interesting particulars concernopened and shosis oven in the darkne. ing tho court of Japan aro given by a "We will go up in it," I added roassur-ingl- writor in Lo Revuo tics Homes, who "And wo shall get back?" sho has recently beon on n visit to Tokyo. criod eagerly. "By 1 or thereabouts," I Tho Emperor Mntsu-Hit- o has powerfulanswored. "That's not soverylato," ly contributed to tho introduction of sho remarked European manners nnd customs among Sho sighed with relief and droppod his people, and in this he has been cormy hand. Thoro was a littlo pause, and dially seconded by tho Empross Hoyo then sho turned to me. "Thank you Snma, to whom hewna married in 18G0. very mach, Mr. Somerville," said she. Only two years after their marriage sho We spoke little till the train camo, allowed herself to bo drawn through tho but as the engine oamo pnfflng through 6treoU of tho Japtuieso capital in an eyed it with favor, Miss Lambton-Hyat- t open carriage, which followed one in and then, "It's a bother getting to bod which husband wok seated, and in bo late," she remarked quito coolly. 1800 sho positively dared to sit sido by We aaado the jonrnoy in silence. I sido with her husbund in tho same carthink wo had both n good deal to reflect riage. Considering that former empressupon. es woro never nudor auy circumstances "Yon will think," said Miss Lambton-allowed to bravo tho public gazo, tho Hyatt as I conducted her to her amount of courago necessary to accomhomo, "that I havo betrayed my sex. " plish such n foat was considerable). I protested. o Tho empress formerly woro the "No," said Bho peremptorily, "it is national costumo. but sho now idlo to deny it. I know what yon aro dresses liko a fashionable lady from thinking." "In that case, of rourso," Paris or London. Tho adoption of the said L "Bnt yon aro wrong," said sho European costumo, however, was no frankly, turning upon hor doorstep.. "I easy mutter, for no ono of the rank of a havo a latchkey, bIio explained. "Of dressmaker was allowed tonpproach tho course," I assented. "No; you aro imperial person. Tho difficulty was got wrong," sho ropented, lifting her fino over by finding a young lady of tho eyoa and regnrding tho whito stars in samo height nnd build its her majesty, philosophic beatitude, "No doubt," I so that tho process of being measured agreed. " You seo, " wont on Miss Lambton-could bo gono through by proxy. Hyatt, taking no heed of mo, "onr cases woro quito different. You had no Tho Treth of Elephant. ono to bo anxious about yon." "Not a "Whoever has looked inside an bouI," Isaid. "And then Iwns inovon-in- g month has seen astrango sight," dress, which is not suitable, and said nn elephant trainer. "Elophnuts nnd rather embarrassing when" havo uo front tenth, aud they novor cat I said promptly, "Tho c.vcs flesh or any food that requires tearing nro qnito different, and if I had been in apart. Eight teeth nro nil they hnvo, evening dress, nnd, still more, if I had two abovo and bolow on each sido, huge had somo ono to bo anxious about mo, yellow molars as wido us a man's hand I should" "Yes, Mr. Somerville, just and a couploof inches thick. Over tho'o ns innch as I was," sho said firmly. hay or fodder is shifted by tho queerest, "Woll, now," said I, "why not let ns ugliest touguo in tho wholo unimnl put tho casoa square?" "What do you kingdom, a touguo that is literally hung mean?" sho asked, looking pnzzlod. at both ends, having no ower of t "Why," said I, "givo mo somo ono to except iu tho middle, whero it inbo anxious nbout mo." "Yon can't shifts buck nnd forth from sido to sido, vent pcoplo liko that," sho replied, and arching up against tho roof of tho big turning her back on mo put tho koy in mouth liLe an immenso wrinkling, pink tho latch. bcrpcnt. Thcro is nothing stranger than "Stop 1" I called. "Don't turn that !" tho working of nn elephant's tongue, "What unless it bo the working of his breathSho faced mo indignantly. fiho exclaimed. I seized her ing apparatus when ho sleeps. right" hand tho ono with tho koy. "Answer liko human beings, havo two mo," I said authoritatively. "Will you Bets of teeth ; tho milk teeth, which aro square tho cases?" smaller than tho permanent molars, fall A flood of color surged over her free. out when tho animals nro about 14 years "Shouldn't I bo increasing my own re- old. These baby teeth, which nro neversponsibilities very much?" eho asked, theless enormous, aro occasionally picked with a littlo, low laegh. "Oh, I will up by circus men among tho fodder and tako thosol" I answored, pulling her preserved as curiosities. Such a thing in Now as an elephant having tho toothache or closet. H. B. Marriott-WatsoBudget. a decayed molar is absolutely unknown. one-thir- d o 406,-000,000 jk-lico flio-wood, Chopin rarely read nuything hoavier an a French novol " Lord Olivo said that "Robinson beat auy book ho ever road. St John Chrysostom never tired of reading or of praising tho works of tho Apostlo John. James I of England was n lover of tho classics nnd very familiar with most of tho Latin writers. Bunynu read littlo besides his Biblo, and often said that Christians would do well to read no other book. Salvator Rosa likod any kind of poetry, but mora especially thnt rolntlng to tho country or to country scones. Mir. Siddons gavo much attention to tho history of tho drama and had nn oxtensivo library of this kind of matter. Hnmo said that Tacitus was tho ablest writer that over lived and himself tried to model his stylo on that of tho Roman hictorinu. Locko gavo most of his nttcntion to works of philosophy. Ho said, "I Btand nmazed at tho profundity of thought shown by Aristotlo." Tho elder Pitt liked Shakespeare, but not tho labor of rending plays. Ho enjoyed hearing them and onco said that ho had learned moro English history at tho theater than at the university. Shelley read with close attention all tho works ho could find antagonizing Christianity. Ho thought ho was mi atheist, but was mistaken, as thero in not a more spiritual writer in our language than ho. Ho read tho Biblo with groat care, aud some of his finest imagery is borrowed from its pages. St Louis t Cm-80oGlobe-Democr- STANFORD Female - College, -:- Stanford, 1B95 Ky. FnllScsMloii Opens Sept. 3 and CoUcglit Departments. Scientific, Clsulcal and Special Course Ol Study. Schools of Music, Art, French and Elocution. licit tescbers cmploted, each a specialist la her Own Depsrtroent. Hoarding pupils under tha direct supervision ol teachers For further Information, address WILLIAM SIIKLTON, President. rrinury, Prcpsrstory CINCINNATI ;. Twice - A - Week Gazette, (Formeilr The Weeklj) Tho Greatest Family Nowspapor of tho Ohio valley. 6,646 Columns of lUsdlnjc Matter In a Vear. ALL FOR $1. ..OH., Six Month.3 For 50o. nd Krilsy morninc of each Issued Tuesday week in time tfl resch readers on day ol publics lion. Full ma' ket and iKlccraph reports snd all the news of the day nuke It is raluable as a dslir newspspcr fcr these two dats. THE CINCINNATI Commercial Gazette, DAILY AND SUNDAY. Now furnished by Deslcrs In Cities and Towns, outside of Cincinnati aud and Suburbs, at THE FASHION PLATE. A dainty little bonnet Ih of puffed chiffon over n passcuientcrio edge. Tho crown is of arMmenterio, and tho trimming is of oMrich tips. Bead gamituro of a rich and olaborato sort is becoming a rago. Thcr is no handsomer trimming in ado, uud it rarely stays out of favor for any length of time. Wrajis to wear over bathing costumo aro liindo of any sort of fancy plaid. Heavy material is preferable, us is stays iu place much bettvr nud is moro manageable. A stylish capo Is of accordion plaited clairctte, with stripes of very olaborato and haudrtomo brocaded ribbou. These stripes run from tho collar to the lower edge of tho garment Tho little closo bonnet fitting the head and occupying but littlo more space than a headdross is much liked. A handsome modol is made of box plaited velvst, with thteo full ostrich tip. Velvet sleeves and soft belts nro worn with dresses of extremely thin material, A dress of embroidered chiffon ovtr silk has enormous puffs of velvet for sloeves aud a soft belt et on iu corsolet fashion. A stylish waist is mado of tafftta in shopherd's plaid. The front is in blouso fashion, with plalUt from tho very narrow yoke. A long point of lace is sewed down each of those plaits to the bust Thero is a laco collar and a standing ruchiug of tho taffeta. Tho sloevcti aro very large, with Utffetn ruffles bvlow tho elbows. Now York Ledger. STAGE GLINTS. tt pr 3 CtH DAILY, 5 Ctti SUNDAY, or ao CIs A WEEK, Ciuciun.U. Address The Commercial Osirlle Is the oolr Mnrolnc Kepublion Newspspe r publuheJ in English at lit Tho Commercial Gazette Co., Clacinnsn, O. Farmers Bank&Trnst Paid up Capital of Surplus, . Co Or STANf OKU, KY., Isacwfulli'orgsniifA'and read for business wita $200,000. i.0,000 "I y. SUCCKSSOIt to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANrOKD, Now cloainc up) with the saint asssss and nadat t. the lime By provisions of llschsiter, depositors are as fully protected as aie depositors in NsUoaaJ Banks, Its shareholders being held IndiTidualli uaolc to the eatent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, la addition 10 the amount invested In such shares. It may act la tafcutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as la individual. To those who entruited their buUiness to tu) while mnagloi the Lincoln National Bank it StaalonI, we we here tenderour many thanks as4 trust they will continue to trmsict their busiaeas with us, ottering as guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' eipenecce la bankini; and as liberal sccommodation as arc cet sistant with sound banking. mn-tntn- u hr Horrmnun, tho magioian, has become a lifo member of tho Actors' fund. Joseph Holland is 35, and hai been on tho stago 17 years. J J. William i, ML Vernon; . II. Shanks, Stanford j J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Etnbry, Stanford; J. 11 Owsley, Stanford; J r Cash, Stanford William Gooch, SUnford; A. W. Carpenter, MUledgevllle, W. II Dtnicroas: Jap-anes- His first appearance was iu "Henry V." Rush Whytnl is at work on a now comedy for himself aud Mrs. Whytal, written upon tho samo lines as "Agatha S. tt. 3knks, IrrtUect, Or J '11. iCumtnins.'J'ieicfcersi W M IU Owsley, Cashier, llright. Teller. SPRING AND SUMMKR. olo-phan- "Cer-Uiinly- ," for about seven years, is now in tho leatlne novelties in Millinery for which we ministry. known throughout the country. 1 ha secured a trimmer for these Will II. Sloan, lato of E. II Rico's Thanking forces, has Ikhsii engaged by Joroph Hart son. solicit your you lor past favors, we respect, fully patronage heretofore soliLcrally M I) DUDDKRAR- to pluy tho opposlto comody part iu "A bestowed. KATf. DUUOUKAK, Manager. Gay Old Boy." "Tho Greatest of Theso" is tho titlo .IK VOU AKKGOING., of n now play which Sydney Grundy has written for tho Kendals. They will or produco it iu England. TIIK.. John Hare, who is to ccmo to Amori-cto present "A Pair of Spectacles" and "Tho Notorious Mrs. Ebbsinith," . will bring his own company and Dene." John Armstrong, onco n well known actor, but who has been oft tho stage Something to Beautify tho Ladies. Dilly npenimng. New Hats, Hewers and licesl We kI tho assurance to the trade that they wil. find in our es alillihmcnt the same esclusivcness n style of patterns, hats snd bonnets and all tho if first-da- n KTORTH WEST, a scon-ery- movo-men- Elo-phant- s, Tho now play which William IL Louisvillc a Nashville R. R. Crauo will produco nbout Jan. 1 has been written to order by Frunkliu Fyles, Is the Iioe for you, as its who has jubt dolivcred tho completed manuscript. It isn't ovory nctor pnrchnsos tho Maksjclois connections at homo of a president of tho United Keeno, howovor, hns LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI States. Thomas For all just become tho own or of tho house that THROUGH TICKETS points. SOLD. on Staton IsPresident Tyler lived in BAGGAGE C1IECKKD THROUOH lam!. For any Information ejqulre of Double Daily Trains GEMS OF THOUGHT. JOES. KICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky n T, :north and east. an illustration of tho vitality of tho old Welsh languago it is shown that it is Gtill spoken by 85 per cent of tho population of Wales. Cornwall, in England, loads all other countries in freedom from crimes against property. Next in comparative honesty coino the westorn counties of as Tlie Hatcher's Compliment. Wales. Gloncoo, in Scotland, where, according to local legonda, whon it is not rain- ing, is 127 inches, or nearly as much as Sit- it is snowiug, tho annual rainfall Time-Tabl- e, rtr ! ka, in Alaska. Tho only monstrosity mentioned in tho Bible was tho giant who had "six flngors on every hand and on ovory foot six toes, four and twenty in all." Seo Jijsamuol xxi, 20. Unless a treo has boruo blossoms in spring you will vainly look for fruit ou it iu autnmn. Hare Do what good thou canst unknown, and bo not vain of what ought rathor to bo folt than seen. William Peuu. If thou but please to wolko into tho Pawns To buy thee Cumbrlcke, Colllco or Lawns, As land is improved by eowlng It with If thou th whlteneia of ths catna wouldst vurious seeds, so is tho mind by exorcisproue, From thy more whiter Hand plucks off thy ing it with different atudies. Pliny. Gloue; Nattuo uppoars to mo to have ordainAnd thoso which buy, a the Beholders stand. Will tako thy hand tor Lawne, Lawne for thy ed this station hero for ns as a place of Hand sojournment, a transitory abode only, (Drayton, "Poems," 1619, pago 202.) aud not as a fixed settlement or permaNotes and Queries. nent habitation. Cicoro. tradesman: "This veal is not so white as usual, I think, butcher." "Put on your glovo, madam, and yon will not think so," answered the butchor, with a polite bow Needlois to say, tho voal was bought without another word. This is only a variation of a passago in Drayton, written nearly 300 years ago; In modern jest books you may read this of a polite and complimentary A man mnst Iwoome wlso at his own Montaiguo. Ungratefulness is tho very poison of manhood. Sir P. Sidnoy. The mind concoives with pain, bnt it brings forth with delight. Joubort All aro born to observo good order, but fow aro born to establish it. oxpenso. Jou-ber- t. Portland. .Totb Via Th San Francisco. N(IOTTIKWET (JuMHBWail -- How trno it is thero can bo im whero vanity roigus. Mmo. tottf-n-tot- o do Girardiu ttCUItVllltlwMiAaTaJHICJtCOrltll Only Diniof Car Rout) From x.oxrxsirxx,x. TO CHICAGO. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For'mapi or any Information, address FRANK I. REID, H. f B.DP.BACON, or G. P. Agent, Agent, (. ) Chicago. Louisville. Denver, It SI1UV i i I 'munun' Route, tocsiifor St. Paul. -y- Pij-lVli'i ii'- It'll'1! 'i "'-- ' 'Vai., .if,w.i,j r,i.ifri- - ,U - ,', f , i iUm i.ni irti ii i)ifrili if ni.i fl i ii n i..if niacin rf t Vim miJiii,wi.HMfWJwihi'trfli'We rimltt r' Dress Goods, Cloaks and Underwear. - !emi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1, 1895 Window lights at Orate & Hooker's. m Lamps and onyx tables at Danks'. Stanfohd,Kt., Novembek Wintkk oats nnd timothy seed. II. Venron A Co. W. fyfyfffi&ta - E. C. Walton, Business Manager Our lino o( silver tablowaro is rich and complete. Danks, the Jeweler. It Matters lot ! ! mzs&MQ Danville, Kentucky. .;.o vr if ap m Don't wait until you take cold, buy Oun groat Jewelry and silverware pale your underwear now. Severance & Son. ia still on. Others art) getting the best ,Ahh men should examine our "Peer-lep- s erybody Roods for tho I rust money. Why not you? Penny's Drug and Jewelry Store. SiiitHry" underwear. HugheB & S8, Sio, Tate. PERS0MA1 FOR WHOM YOU VOTE. Just so you go to Hughes & Tate's to buy your goods. We were never in better shape to give you good values for little money. Ev- Mihs Paulink A new nnd extensive line of Cloaks at GniMKs returnod from a Shanks'. Various sizes, qualities, styles POIHTS. 1. .11 . . . . who wants an Overcoatshould first examine our S3, $$, $6, Wc don't think you can equal them in $12 and $15 coats. any market and our $$, S6.50, $8.50, Sio, $12.50 and S15 Suits arc I 1 visit to Atlanta Tuesday. Mks. J. II. Kikiiy joined her husband In Louisville Wednesday. Mil. J. T. Oah0!, of Anchorage, is here to see our merchants. Dit. Bkonauoh is still improving nnd everybody hopes to see him cut uraIii Mit. Gkohoe II. Tuiuiilk, of Spring-- , field, Mo., spent several days with his brother, Mr. W. A. Tribble. Mh. and Miis. J. Ohit Kifke, of Kidd's Store, nnd their pretty little Kir), are on n visit to Mrs. J. 1J. McAlister. Mk. Manlry W. Tvhhb, of Clinton, Tenn., Ib on a visit to his mother, Mrs. To hundreds of Lincoln County people. We want your trade tco. Nannie Tyreo, and his sweetheart. We will make it profitable to you. You will always find the most deMhb. G. L. Phhny left Wednesday sirable goods in great variety and at lower prices than any competi- morning to Bpond n week with her sister, tion. Kvcn this dry spell can't keep us from being busy. Our name Mrs. T. S. Webb, Jr., in Knoxville. Mr. Ciiaiilkv Pen.ski; treated a numand method of doing busincs is known to all this section and we keep ber of his gentlemen friends to a busy even in dull times. fine supper nt K. J. Foley's Wednesday. Mrb.Sai.lik Hiaoi.NH, of Grab Orchard Ulack never had such a run as now. We have over 50 is visitinc nt Judge Stephsn Hurch's. She different kinds of black goods in stock, ranging from 25 c. is' past SO years of ago, but is still ns acto per yd. Mohair fancies, not the old Alpacas, tive ne most women n score of years and colors. Are Simply Immense. all these lines before you buy. WE SELL One of the best lines of gentlemen's Our Boots and Shoes are in good shape and considering the advance gloves ever presented to the public can no house can equal us in prices. Our Black and Pancy Wool Dress be found at Shanks'. Goods, beginning at 15c and running to Si. 50, can not be excelled. Wq call the attention of all men to our "Peerless Sanitary UnderU. P. Maiiony has added to his already excellent list of companies the Penn- wear." If you once use it you'll never use any thing else. We also handle Ladie' Underwear from 15c to $2. Don't fail to examine sylvania Fire, with S4 500,000 capital. It K. Nokl & Son say that the mines have raised them a cent a bushel on coal all along the line and they have to do so too. TiiKOlIlcRof the Farmers Dank & Trust A Go. is undergoing improvements. new floor nnd n more convenient arrangement will bo made. DRY GOODS M fv HUGHES & TATE. This is The Place. This is the place to buy your Nothiso better for a wedding present than onoof our lovely Onyx tables, topped olTby a beautiful silk shade banquet lamp. Panks, the jeweler. 9 Q jv $2.50 r w but new mixtures of worsteds and Mohair yarns, arc in great demand now and will be the craze for Spring. Why m not Lead the style as wc do instead of rollowing. You followed lilin to Oanvllln and heard him joist nt a lower price than tbey were ov tons, Outings, W. Yerkwi debate. Mr er offered in this market. A. O. Sine. can do so by buyinu from our ditcct importation of Mo and Mr. John Uwsley was hero Tuesday en route borne Wk will no longer handle gentlemen's hair novelties that will cost you from $1 to 52.25 per yd. and was enthusiastic over Phea's performance. The latter remarked afterwards that erkes was so smooth and nice lie didn't havo the heart to light into him All wool Serges, Tricots and novelties at 25c. per yd. as he intondod. Mn. G.O. Kkllbii, Jr., has come all cents to $1.25, Heavy Storm .nnd Coating Serges from . tho way from Washington to vote the Choice line of imported novelties in Mohair, Houclcs, c, straight democratic ticket. People who nr 7cp to Si. co ner vd. .10 inch all wool nlaids at COC livo only a few miles from the polls certainly ought to bu patriotic enough to go fine quality and choice colorings. und cast their ballot for ull our nominees. Mr. Holier brought his two little children with him, but Mn. Keller did not care to make the Hying irip that her husband is compelled to make. Dress Goods, Hosiery, UnderTo avoid carrying Btock over the win- wear, Gloves, Blankets, Comforts, Limn an Owilkv, Ksq , of Lancaster, got m struck on John S. lthea that he ter, I nm Belling boxing, studding nnd Flannels, Canton Flannels, Cotyouncr. PanruMERY, colognes, bay rum, Florida water. Extracts for the handkerchief. Our stock comprises all of the popular odors. Craig & Ilocker. Capes, Jackets, CD f- O O O -i fi So rh m .. .0 clothing and desire to sell our present stock entirely out. Call in nnd see our goods which are going at about cost. W. II. Sbanktf. Rubbers. If it is new, good and 9 By the inadvertence of the copyist, cheap you will find at our Store. the items for salaries was left out of the Stock always the fullest, prices alstatement of allowances by the republi can court for 1895. which is f 2,600. The ways the lowest. footings ara correct, however, the total amount being $13,290.14. m m Boots, Shoes, sSm.-Yr Tns rain has come at last and an almost unprecedented drouth seems at an end. It began to rain Wednesday night and was falling when wo went to presB last evening, but tho signal service said it would be fair with stationary temperto-da- Severance & Son. E Every thing in trimming line, velvets, silks, braids, &c. Jets by the yard and in new waist and yoke pieces. Elegant jet and fur and jeweled medallions. Jewel Buttons in all colors and sizes. Coat buttons in 50 styles. CITY ANO VICINITY. Pay your taxes before th six per cent, ature is added. T. D. Nowland, m m Shritl. a w We carry a Complete line of derwear, but only mention one pants were made to sell at 50c wc arc enabled to offer for 25 c. to knee. Compare these with Tue stylish Opera Guard, in silver, ton wont all the way to Petersboro, Onsilks and gold. Danks, the Jeweler. tario, to find that Assassin Anderson was A saw pair of Bhoes may save you n not in fail there. So another hope that tho murderer of Editor Pucker was soon spoil of sickness. Soverance & Son. m A Hoax. Deputy Sberifl Lincoln Den- In Solid Sterling Silver and Plate. Butter Knives, Sugar Shells, Dinners, Dessert, Pie and Fruit Knives, Tea, Dessert, Table and Jelly Spoons, Cream, Gravy and Soup Ladles, Pickle and Cold Meat Forks Olive Sets, Orange and Salt Sets, etc., etc., in in centre Two good store-rootown for rent. Apply at this office. ms of Ladies and Children's UnComk in out of the wet or buy you an item. Our 25c vests and umbrella nnd pnir of rubbers from Sevbut having slight defects erance & Son. stock of ladies, misses nnd Pants full size and ribbed A children's underwear, both for bojs and any 50c goeds. girls. Hughes & Tate. m o m CD & O CO Full size cloth cape, trimmed in Mohair braid, at Every price from that up to Si 5. in bingle and double rough and smooth cloths. New lot just in. Plush Velour capes beginning at S5 "d P to $35. Any cape at less than actual cost. $2. and and fur 1 O w PJ rH r--i O We have so far broken into our original line of Coats to be compelled to reorder 100 Coats already. These arc now coming in on every express. S5 buys a new shape Melon Sleeve, ripple back beaver coat that was $7.50 last winter. Great variety of box coats at $7, So, Sio, $11, cent, less S12.50, Si3.5oandSi5- - All are fully 25 per will save you Si to than same grade was last year. We S5 on a garment. This is a very important item now and wc will save you Sclicias, Ducks, Pibres, nair iouu, luuirenauim u. w.u Re- numerous findings needed in the dress of member us on Linings. to-da- rJ w Pi O CD rH W from $i, up. Whcn in about our fine stock of Kid Gloves All good, no trash. HOSIERY. Wc can show you the most complete line in Central Kentucky. Also Corsets, Hankerchicfs. Wash Goods, &c, &c Solid silver and cut glass in great variety. &$f Danville, Kentucky. Will trade anything in tho saddlery 0 nnd harness line for com, oats or hay. Mn. M. F. Noktii deserves well of tho M.S. & J. W. Unughmnn. democracy of this county. He has borne its banner most valiantly during the cam Bkacii A Powkiu' paign and mado an open nnd square Minstrels At Walton's Opera llouso. tight for tho whole ticket. He is soiihh, capable nnd trustworthy, docBii't vote I havr un overstock of wire nnd slat for negroes and did not demand a propfence mndo of oak pickete; the beet fence erty qualification for voters before ho in the market. In order to reduce stuck enuuht political preferment. A croes unI will sell itnt extrn low price for the der the rooster is nil that is necessary to noxto0da8. A. O. Sine. take in the State ticket, Mr. North and Mr. Purch. Pe sure to put it there and Frank Holtzclaw found a pocket else. book in Lancaster Monday containing n Si'Kakino. Toniabt there will be small sum of money. Owner can get speaking nt McCormack's by Hon. R. O samo by calling at this office, proving Warren; nt Coffey's School house by Mr. property nnd paying for this notice. M. F. North; at Pound Kuob by Hon. Tits great Peach & Powers' minstrels W. H. Miller anil nt Tyrone, in the East give entire satisfaction to the largo audi- End, by Hons. J. N. Saunders, J. B. Pax-to- n ences that greet them every where. You and Harvey Helm. J. S. Owsley, Jr., will stand in your own light, if you fail will speak at Crab Orchard at 2 p. m., to see them at Walton's Opera House toSaturday, and at Rowland at 7 night. p. m, while at tho latter hour the samo Hon. W. U. Miller will address Talk about hard times, these are noth- evtning and an audience at Soper's School-hous- e ing compared to '31 3 cars ngo. Mr. HamMessrs. Saunders, Paxton and Helm at ilton showed us a bill of goods received Sugar Grovo. from Louisville Sept. 13, 1801, in which sugar is charged at 27 cents a pound Stanford had an attempted suicide Monday night. One of the clowns in and coiTeo nt 55 J. Mayo's circus, which showed here, got Mil. Otis P. Newland, deputy sheri wind that his wife was unfaithful to him-Iia authority lor tbo statement that in his was more than ho could stand, and speech at Crab Orchard from his special procuring an ounce of laudeuum drank train, Ool. Bradley, said: "It used to be moat of it. Dra. Hugh Reid and Thorn'Pun negro run, tho patroler'll catch ton Willis were summoned nnd found you.' II I'm elected it will bo 'Pun the man in deep slumber. They worked white man, run, tho negro has got you.' " manfully with him nnd finally relieved What do you think of that, white mou ? bis stomach of tho drug and got him in If you are worthy of your birthright you sufficiently good condition to play his will show your indignation by stamping role at the evening performance. " bard under the rooster. Tns directors of tho First Nationa BuonaiiT Suit. Old Capt. J. II. My- Bank of this placo have decided that it ers, who used to live here and run on is to the Interest of the stockholders that the Richmond Branch, has sued the L. its capital bo reduced from 1200,000 to & N. for 10,000 damages. A decade or S100,000on the 1st day of Jan., '00, and more ago he suffered an accident while that the excess of $100,000 be paid to the in the employ of the company which stockholders as early theroalter as praccripplod him for life. He compromised ticable. The vote lor this purpose will his claim for damages by accepting the bo taken on Nov. 30. The board thmksi position as conductor, with a guarantee and properly too, that a capital of $100,-00- 0, that he should hold it as long as he was with the Burplus of $20,000, will be able to discharge tho duties. Some time amply sufficient to meet all the demands ago, the company discharged him with- of tho bank's customers, is large enough out apparent cause and the Buit ia to to secure the depositors, and that it will force the contract or make the company be easier to make satisfactory dividends tl ereon. pay for it. m e m to Buffer for bis heinous crime went glimmering. Earthquake. People who were awake as et.rly as 3 o'clock yesterday heard a deen rumbling Bound and felt a vibration, which was pronounced an earthquake. Mr. P. H. Bronaugb, who was up, tells us it was more pronounced here than tho one which came near destroying Charleston, S. O. No damage was done hero at either time, however. RICH AND ELEGANT And "Warranted. DESIGNS, DANKS, The Jeweler, j A 1 Straight Ticket. ADVANTAGE. rp' V -- Our tickets have been scratched before we put them on our goods YOUR Our stock is now complete. We have .again replenished for the fall trade and are giving you unequalled , ARGAIN IN- OVERCOATS I Clotning CHILDREN'S SUITS. -- 11 t We Can save You IN- Your Toll. Hats, Caps, Melntoshes, Shirts and Umbrellas Our Stock Cannot be Surpassed in quality or price. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Prompt attention qiven to mail orders." GLOBE, THEPrice House Strictly One Clothing" Danville, J. L. Frohman&Co., Kentucky. PKyggtfgSflfecMftStaf M W'gWt sal I9SS5 Ma Tjf Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourna AT NIDDLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. t i t published Every Tuesday ond Friday I S3 gSSR. YKAK IX CrWhen not opid S2.SO will Ve charjjed K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leato Stanford i ;.ij a, m arriving at t:jo p. m. and 9:13 p. m. nd j p, m. L&'.N. No. No, No. tie.-- LOCAL TIME CARD. .4, Train going North , s, 6. " " " -- " " South " - - - la a;p m J 5 m a o p m ilSPm QUEEN &CRESCENT. Traina past Junction City ai follows No. 1 South 11.48 a m No a North ...3 3? P n ' ...1.35 P n 3 ta.icarn ' 4 " 3 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no her than Junction City, nor on Sunday. 0 " " 8 3Sam ' Note. N os. loom ' 6 10 " " ...3.15 am ...o 00 a m 5 fur FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. , aome heifers at 2Jc au of various partfeB Bomoshoata at 31". Sake of 83 ho at 3J and corn in the field at $1.15 tiro reported hy the Georgetown Times. William McLaughlin, of 2saw York, was seriously bitten bv a stallion which he waa attempting to I will stand uiy thoroughbred Como Jersey bull atSl tlm 8?s-n- . prepared to imv. S. J. Eubry, Jr. J. 0. Scobee uold last week to R. P. 8cobee 500 barrels of com: ft $1.50 per barrel, delivered. Winchester Democrat. Loki, a seven to one shot, won the Autumn Stakes at I.atonia, Tuesday. Sherlock, the SS.000 beauty, was in the race and came seventh. Foil sale. A lot of Red Duroc Jr- Bey so"vs, pigs andahoit'; also a fine red :milfc boar and a number of cows. Apply at once. P. W. Gren, Stanford. Mr. F. W. Spreen, of Milton, Trim- ble county, has sold his entire apple crop, it is said, for 00 cents a barrel taken on the tree. Hia crop is estimated at from 10,000 to 18,000 barrels. At the ailo of Mrs. Sam Enqloraan near Hubble Tuesday the farm of SO acres waa purchased by E. T. Minor at $34 50, cows brought $20 to S'25, stock faogB 3jc and corn at neap S1.30 a barrel. The Chesapeake and Ohio road has just completed a ceusus of cattle ini tie cattle counties of Kentucky. They account for 20,000 hnad, and of these are under contract to go Eist before 1 . regiB-tarefirst-clas- s 1G,-000 Matt Cohen has untn"! to handle tho eaddlera ut Kcnmore Stock Farm near Bardatown. M. F. Elk'm hiuht of George, Hix d Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Durham went to Louisvillo last week. There nro enough acornB in tho forest hereabout to fatten hogs of this vi But "The Wonder" will burn it not split. Chunks, knots, sticks, cinity. cobs, etc., j'ustsuit it. W. L. Peairce, superintendent of tho short lino running from Kingavillo to Yosomite, haa posted notices urging limber and lumber dealers to do their ship- No ashes, no dust, no smoke. Acts like a base burner. Call and ping at once, 11s the road will be torn up sec it and then "Wonder" why you have not bought one long ago. after Dec. 1. J. O. Coulter Bhippedthreo of cattle and one. of shcon to Cincinnati .1 nilnurouuy, Hrm T T fln..M .....! 1 ttmnl .. J. rv.. uuuuy mm Wells also shipped a couple of ozr loads of cattle at tho same timo, But little time wiil intervene tho publication of this and the election but we would urge every demo. Dealer in crat to action. Remember the republics ins am leaving no stone unturned in tneir effort to elect Grider. and Tom Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, will reasonably expect ub to use every honorable means for his election. JETC. FI.OOXBNG, SIDING, Tom is au upright follow and haa never I handle the best grade of goo Js and sell at the lowest prices. put his hands to the plow to turn back. county school trustee who A Lincoln S. II. 11AUOH.MAN. J. II. I1AUUHMAN. has been ordered by the county superin. tendent to build a new school-hous- e tells us that Judgi Dtvison has put half of the patrona of hia district on tho county and that tho other half were trying to get their namea added to the paupor list, and not one cent of taxes could bo col lected. Ho seemed to be in the middle Fancy Family. Try ome of our brandt and ou will have no oUier Fancy Patent No 1, Alptio Utile of Uncoil and Creole. of a mighty bad fir, and askpd our opinion a to what was beat to do. We advised him to go to the polls on tho 5th of November and vote the straight demo nnrSneelahiPt-veedtofk n.la mixed an cruihul to order Com Rye. ShipttufT, Oatt, liar- cratic ticket and he promised to do so. ley and ilran. Remember all Feed orders rcuit be ac ompame. with the cash Addrctt cr call on If Judge Davison could hear tome of & the curses that are being heaped upon portiona of Lincoln bis head in certain v , - rzz county, lately visited by tho writer, for his hia mismanauement of affairs in the county, ho would feel like kicking himself for making so many extravagent promisealtist fall when he was a candidate for judge. The complaint cornea principally from those democrats who scratched the ticket last November, and itUiufi to say that Jnde D. will not work the rabbit's foot on thorn again soon. The Judge's boom seems to havo tTATVk "A RT? been like a morning shower, or an old , iS woman's dance -- noon over. He appears now to be a mighty dead cock in the pit. Ready-mad- e or made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any man. He Can't Split the Wood. S. B. APl'UV TO MAHOEFE'E .Kor., dr. "W. DcntlHtt Ol K b. PBirorsre Lifo, Fire or Tornado Insurance. Your policy will be iituc-- l promptly and irnewala carefully looked after. None but th bett com panlfi rrpretenttd Office on Main birtet, oppo-lt-e 9 m St. Ataph Hotel. jffwSKvr??jJJj25Cj t SAVES ONE HALF YOUR FUEL. Stanford, : Ky. Oppctite the l'ot-Ohl- c ITOTIC3SI a! Ihit Ilni tin rniintv rnurt ahd illfCCt! tO the iheriffot l.inenln county, notlco it hereby Kiven that an election will b hold on the th day ot November, 1895, in Lincoln county, Ky , In mitlcnal dittnct No j, fur thetopurpose of elect-itifill the nWms a conttable for ld dltinct vacancy I'olU ritl be ooikm! it all the regulti 1 mi uci. 1945. oliui; piaco. 1. 11 . IKWLAND Lincoln 1'nblr 5 Hy U M. Newlaiid, I) H. Iti.4. Office on Miln Street, Itl'STLlNO INSt RANCH MAN, M. "W. JOHITSOIT, 1 car-loa- ds 1 1 IW. 'EL be-twe- WEAREN & CO. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. CEILING, t, Mii-ftt- 2TOTICK 1 I Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Bal-do- ck In obedience to a wilt of election inueil by ihe judge of the Lincoln County Court and directed to the, thorifl of Lincoln county, uolice It hcicby Kivcn that an rlecilau will hi hel on the Jth day 0 of NopmlHr, iSyj, in Lincoln county fur the of electing a SuprrintMirient 01 Com mi 10 SehooU for Lincoln county to fill the ealitiu: vacancy, l'olli will be opened at all the volute plar l) Newt, a Mi). cet htierlfT Lincoln County. 1'hitOct. at, io?. Cuarantee Salitlactloii In Home, Sls. Stene ' Ily It. M. Newiond, U. S. tbtm It nll pay mi to and Kreaco I'aintltic blwv In rear before omf cltcwhete pur-501- Who teptotentt the Old Reliable Michigan Mutu-- al Life lutwrMte Co, of Detroit Midi, can write you all the mott fax rab'e plant ntlniur-anc- e lleaiio rcprcxentt the old if liable Central d will , iiiMlll. lufclTO WanhouMof be clil tohaea libctAl thatc nfyiwr patrunajre. Will be toady to .oul r 6.1 1 e ttvoia that can b Liberal cah advance elren by any warehf u ie menu made on contijrnmfiti, IwtU 111 ihei .very and cmiiiiry I will bo at unfoid or pilwt coutldav I'aitiet wantunr tliould addict. m at Taint Lick. Ky. ITtVIIV attention guaranteed i'rompt .j ware-hou- i, hn.-thed- THE PAKNTEUS. Kontucky. Stanford, llall'ibure NOTICE I oil. 9""' STANFORD JOLLER i MILLS -- judcoot tho Lincoln county court and durcltil to Iu obedienco To a writ of election litucl by the TO TKSJ XiADIJJlS Utt 1 Make the Best Gradcsof Flour and Mea! the thcrilf of Lincoln county, notice la hereby givtceived. Nevrgomlt of the ttrlfa en that an election will bo held on Ihe Jth day of Call In and tee the UrgtM an I bettJut line November, iSyt. tn Lincoln county. Ky , In ut the to hwulurvl lrict at k tvet lirouitit dlitrict No a. for the putwitc of decline ,OWC1' a conttable fur and dhtilet to fill the txwtmc va MISS 1.ICCIK lir.AZLLY, cancy. l'flllt will tie opened at all tho ttr.ul.ir Stanfurd, Ky votine placet Thlt Oct ailli' iH 1. I) NEWLAND. Shctllf Lincoln County lly R. M Newland, I) . airll THE BAST1N HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Llvety Attached. li-o- m SEED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, RYE all I TSSBt : 4: ROUTE, i"" Meet all Traint.nLrM and day. Patnrt aken to aay part of town Kiee f Charge Good J. H. BAUGHMAN CO Proprietors, Stanford, Ky. lite any repreten.anv o MtLUK M M.N l'a rrUii Slit For full Informaiion M to time ef iraini, eic nig rnur I) K MAHTIN. (en Taw and Ut. Ag day. A. Kr It cf Hotel Jeo pel BAhl IN. Prop. Newltod, .Deputy SKerlfl W. S. II r h, R M 0E0HARD, LAW", GAP.D31T Atty. at Law. All Vidt or Kruit and Ornamental Tree.. Shrukt, Small l'ruit, t.rape Viae, Atparaut, mon Lincoln Co., Kentucky vJni 4 Ac. Ac N't ii,..d ey. CataWtiet on appircanon io 11 r jiii.i.t... c. We orTerour twthepuhllc tod a (en LeiRttfl, Ky. oral Collecting tervtoi 6j im Riwucm. AcimiHU, not.!, IC II m eWlcdliia4lparUoflkcf.ou.tr. FALUJ095. Concral Collectors, ,,..,.. i. Stanford, FOR SALE! rwMt with ftaluret. Splandidly loMae oted. Ool caiden and orchard oW at aftmefa. a br-Itttfor an tiicrMlle man. Will be . n at addiett, Kt partMwIar IIcall I). KDMISION, AKest, lUtcl c-f Men's and Boys' Suits and Over coats, . I 13 ,.m Crab Orchard, Ky. Attorney at Law, gtaiilord, - - ICcnliicIcy, WiHaA at Wallao SJ. Varaon, m! The Danville Water Works Stand Every Test. 20. -- The final test of the pumping machinery and pipe linen of the water plant ovned hy the city of Danvilio waa made hy the consulting engineer, Mr.O. B Davia, of Chicago, on the 17th and 18th and found to come up to all requirements. The water supply is obtained from Dix river and by use of a mechanical filter is supplied to consum ers clear and pure at all times. Ihe niimo house 74x33 feet Is of broken rang ed stone work with fclate roof, inside walls lined with red pressed brick, ceil ing of yellow pine, a building to last as well as uanosome iu annearance. Tho rr To the Editor of the Interior Journal. Stanford, Oct. H. J. M'ROBERTS; PIANOS and ORGANS. It i- -.l W. S. ETJBCH, Attorney Kiecie,JASillttrior d Atil(o-e- e F4-lt- at Law, Sinn ford, Houic. - - Kentucky. efHHU' LaJt. Office on LiocattrSt Special attU at AUHtlMV t, s of Sate and Divltton ef i'.tt ore. Sp- - W F. McCla y'tofUc. Oflceon l.aneiit' Mrwet, oppouie the Court Collwtiont tcrmv. eepeital aticuUnn A. 8. PKICjRf Surgeon Dentist, laoportGcl Tb.at kt..il..nrii1l January 1st. Winchester. -- About 700 cattle on tho market of about tho usual grades. Prices wero aoout a quarter of accent oil kl I. W. . from last court, and many cattle were left unsold. A bnncti of good jl,100 lb. feeders brought 3J which waa the top price of the day. Feodera weighing 900 to 1,000 lbs., brought 3 to 3Jc. Lighter catcher stuff. 2 to 21; lisiferd 000, to 700 Mule lbs., 2 to 21.; 1,200 lb hulls 2c. colta could hardly be given away, but a Enginea.directconnectedtopump8.com' ' Jew sold at $ 10 to 520 e.ifh Democrat. Dfifl ffullons nor dav. Kina,i nanaritv ".,,..-- - t. uiucu vujiwi7 nnfl designed to Uro in duplicate, especially 'State Inspector Gardner in an inter- 1 Louisville Times says that work under the unusually heavy prea j?w in the powauditor's oilice is one of the Bure of about 525 feet, and furnish the State light plant should city mo6t efficient and moat correctly admin-iatere- d er for an electric desire. The engines wero guaranteed with which he was ever brought bo Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of to give duty of SO.OOO.COO foot pounds lor In contact. and at time Two little sons of John Conley living eacli 1,000 pounds dry steam Two near Manistee, Mich., bet thoir bedding of test gave a littlo over 81,000,000. fully capable of supplying on fire for the purpose of senring their boilers each ample for efficient sermother. Oae waa smothered to death by one engine are horribly vice. All steam pipes are covered to pre- Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle the smoke and tho other waa Come and examine vent loss of steam by radiation and the nothing but reliable and approved machinery. burned. .m , jn im wnole, especially designed and equipped our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting with view to economy in daily service, short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line something freijuentlv sacrificed to a few of Buggies and Surreys. dollars iu first cost. The pipe line, nearly 11 mileB, was W. I.. WITHERS, Silesman. tested to pressure of 120 pounds at 3d and Lexington streets without Bhowing a rIK IlLLK UHASS HhKD OK Urv?J'Sr2ai' y?T?FX$fWMr SiHISVKt1 single leak or fUw, something very rare. 'Red .rt Stand pipe built by Wateou & Weidere, VfMmMAJb&ViZu' JfcS'iA.v 'ivtrrT'n kv Vl Chattanooga, Tenn., 150x10 feet, holds R. M. Gronaugh, Pror, & 225,000 gallons of water, which H pumpn,.,il-- fimVinrrl . . TTonf.iiolrv e I over a spray pan at top aud drawn out 'A.1'..V'lMfVtfili. at bottom, thereby assuring a perfect CiSW'BWe? circulation aud aeration of water. Tho Pl? tortile ontkaiut typjt uf Kejutere stand pipe can be cut out and water Stock. Breeder! secured from tun best herdt In teveral dlPe-eStatet. Corretpondence solicited pumped direct when dt'Bired. Fire streams from Btand pipe preesure can be thrown over any building in town or to the gilt ball below weather vane on court house as Bhown by trial. As thm Is Absolutely Puro. highest point the pressure in other parte A cream of tarter baking pow- is greater. The wholn system is amply der. Highest of all in leavening supplied with suitable valoro so that any Latest United States side of a eouare can be cut out in emer strength. Government Food Report. gency without hinderance to any other system. There are 00 lire hyROYAJBAKING POWDER CO., part of so arranged that 10 to 11 ttreamB drants 106 Wall Street, New York. can be thrown to any building in busi I will the fjfrvTJC IfAvtaat. A. all iMrl. hides I.lth.r get ness portion and not leas than four on I P, In. r I days at StanfordtaVe atIn my home in can All- lesidence streets. Ab a whole tho plant Ottonor court ....... I. reflecting great helm. Onsii Z.UH1..U, "I L.uun. is strictly credit npon Messrs. Howard, DeLong & A. O. Lonhin John B. Cattleman. Co., of Lexington, contractors for plant as a whole, and especially upon Mr. S. K. Felton, the genial, hard working superintendent for contractors and member of the firm, under whose personal supervision most of the work was done. The city of Danville now haa the most LIVERPOOL,. complete and best equipped water plant Intheytate. This is largely duo to the efforts of the water committee: Messrs-H- . E- - Woolfolk, chairman, G. W. Wolsh MANAGERS, and B. O. Rodes, to whom the writer is Oon.merco Building, Louiirillo indebted for many courtesies shown during period of connection with the city. AfM" throughout tb South. E. W. Smith, Resident Engineer in charge of con- L004I TBX2BLX, - I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and on easy monthly payments, or.any other terms to suit the purchaser i...... best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line of goods as can be found any where in the land. I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. 1ST Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. J. : T. : SXJTTOIT, Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge or the store, but in taking UNDERTAKER, this position does not iive up her class in Music, but will continue . teaching as before. Address HUSTON VLLEKENTUCKY. machinery, NordhngCorleBS Condensing ft 1.1. tut with ut and Will not to loac at wc can buy at pttweat figure. uceuta Office Th.beit Iclllco oer buihil ever McRobrti DrMK Store in the Owtlcy The Wnt North Jclllco Ihhip for Ixitbel .10 " I. inning 9 " The North JcliUo No ' 10 Mancheilcr Lump " No. t 9 " ; " Illrd Kye Cannel 11 K NOKL & SON One cent far delivery, K. U. niliHV, Proprlotor, Stanford, Ky. THE I RILEY - - HOUSE London, .reptrtd rr la Kontucky. J JJ IDOL. StaHIOrCl Ky. have moved to ray ntw Hotel tad ara bottM than ever to acconisodat. the public lttached a ml .very convenience dV Nr.d uivc ait a call. "rood Livery LOOK HERE Offers hit terricei o the peoplo ol Weit Lin-cFull tlock of CoClut and Catey Countict and Caiketi aiwayt on baud. 9$ D S. Carpenter, Manlier M. S. IlAlGMMtN .FRANK RILXY, DO.VT FOKoLT I'HAT J W. lUfGIIMAK. THE FAVORITE MILLS, AT McKINNKV, KY, Have Jutt btcn overhauled and repaired float bottom to top by the Lnuout Kichmond City Mill Woikt, of Hichruiinu, Inu , .nd with capacity now tncrptd, are doing more and better woit than ever before, and with Hi. old tellable D V Kvnbt'dy at head miller, you .re tut. of good Hour and fair titaimetil. II sum and bring u. your grindiug and utn buying call lor eur old and wll tttabluked brjwl.. Favonte t'atenl, Ladies' Kavonle and Kaa.rt' Choice. HA I h! A SON, huccMior to K. L. TaanerA. lavjrlU Milling Ce. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- roriTOKi- Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Hollers, Corn Cutters, &c, LIVERY, FEED & SALE STA35LE, Stanford, 1! you firtt-elit- i - - Kontucky. for lalsi. luour call Nothing but mvil livrry jilvc u luroouta will liavo our ttable. Sec ut our man, tie unucrttauut nu uuimoi mechanic in our HARNESS SHOP Vim will Ami a vikhI twrtmol ol HaiaeM. Bri- Have your repairing done by dlet.'jaiidlea.Ac n c nave a G. B. COOPER, Proprietors of Livery and JPccel.'.Slablc, STANrOKI), KY. and adli.l n prepared to fuinith FIRST-CLAS- S BLACKS WITH. SHOP. Wlllsuarautoflflrtt cla. wore d'lctt Tiy ojr ho" ahfwr. Hating buutfUt of P W r kIiL QAlflfJP POWDER (MEmmi ??,. .:- 4Z- - a4 Miufaciir l.rea hi LUervbm-iBbiiiie. .ad liurtej, we are Duroc Jersey Swine ?w:'WrW$ vtb-'riAXL-s Sale of Personalty. h r.iilrnr.. nf th lam Danii.1 near llriKt'a Mill on the HaiiKing Fork, sen at puoiu auciiou on A TURNOUTS ..- JrL vu vv...., i nt j. II. Stai?Cf. I will J"-'- FRIDAY, NOV. 8th, 1895, His personal propeity constitute thort notice The traveling public will fijd -. lie. 9 liar tat) t.tU .U t4 Millluo n infr.' VVti;oo, cuher single or donblr, or Cam-a'of u I ktndi ai vcijr LOW 1'KICKb. The pojk in nnu trouna town win alto Utnl u thd pvo ... Ki.ua with im nl tn tlenl with ii.t t "" " niicum IUWUN ""C " couil afi-- ntrtainment! and your hrso and va On l.. uicic win S; wc win ' l.icu iur. O. COUPKR Myert Home Stable, blanlord, Ky. s ' 31 Horses and Mules, 18 Steers, Cows and Heifers, A Rood yoke of oxen, Jertey cowt and other cattle stokk, jo theep, lot of thoatt, Urge aipount of FIRST NATIONAL BANK Capita! Stock- I 41 C -- first-clas- s, ROYAL OF Rsurance Company BARBEE&CASTLEMAfl Afnt, STANFORD, KY. itruction. HIGGINS & McKINNEY, O F.S TAN FORD, KY. mower, binfi.mlnK utentllt including one ntw ders, Sic, and household and kitchtn furniture. Lot of Corn.Oatt and Wheit .V Crab Surpluo.-......- .thaiet ornock in tho Danville Orchard Turnpike. TaitMi Allsiimt of $10 and unuer cath, over Attention of the puhlli. is invited to the far that amount a creun 1111 jan I, '96, without Intei-- I that this it the only National flank in StanforJ Admr. S bl'ARp, Under thu nrovi.lom nf th .....VMM. aiaufc . ttt. ,. .... V.ilnn-- l . , t. tfc dcpotitora are secured not only by the capital itock, but bv tho ttockholdcrs liability lor au I amount equal to the tlock, to that depositors ol thlt inttltution are itemed by a fund of 1400,00a. rive sworn itatemi.uta of Farms near are mad each yearto thetho condition of the bank Two Good Blue-Gras- s United States government and Itiuitctt are Hustonville, Lincoln Co., Ky. by government agents, examined at stated timet thus socunngadditilona and perfect taftty to dcpotitora. Thlt inttltution, originally ettablUhed as the iiailey, deed., o(Ter The heirs ot Mrt. America Deposit Uank of Stanford In lor sale her two Farmt, tituated ab ut one mile ited as the National Uank ol 1858, then Stanford in 1865 and weitof lluitonvllle, in Lincoln county, on tho again re.prgauiied as the Kirtt National Uank ol The two Farms Bradfordtville turnpike road. taken together contain 340 acret ol Stanford in ti8t, hat had practically an uninteradjoin and rupted eaiitenceof 11 yeart. It it better supplied land and can be divided 10 as tn Include about 140 now with laclltties for trantactiiiKbutmttt prompt acre. In tho home place and aoo acret in the olh ly and liberally er. The building! and improvements on each honorable career.than evor belore in at long and Accounti aro comfortablo and tubitantial. Each ot the farmt ciaries, nrmi and individuals of corporation!? fiduretpectfully toileit wall watered and convenient to good ichoolt ted. and churches Terms reatonable. Title clear. The Directory of this Uank is compoied ol information apply to either of ut. For further Foreitut Head, Lincoln county; 1. HAII.l.Y, Biantora. ivy. I.' V. 1IOCKF.R. Iluttonvilie, Ky, S.T. Harm, Lincoln; VAYETTK DUNLAP, M D., Uat S J. H. Collioi, Lincoln; Villi, J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Ilaughman Lincoln; -HARPER'S PCBtQDlOAl.3. J. S.Hocker, Stanford;! J ..$4 One .Year Uarpcr'a Magazine, W. A.Trlbble.SU4ford; " ............... 4 00 " M. D, Elmore, Stanford; Harper's Weekly, " " Harpor's Baiar, i T. P. Hill, Stanford; .. 4 ' Ilirper't Young People K. L. Tanner.'.McKIoney; - WU,W' Mt' Fostsge Iree to all subscrlberi in the United B. Hockr, Prede;JStates, Canada and Mexico. . McKobeits, Cashier; Jaa. HARPER ft BKOIHKRS. IIAddrett O. Box 959, N.Y. City A.IA.McKinDty, Atit. Cathier Al3 S200,000 23,700 li-- FORSALK fJ. j. v.Ky I. V jtUfJtaaH-- J vJ