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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895110501 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXIII. FARM ANOTRADE Interior Journai STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1895. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. rt KW. NO. 71 II) Mr. anil Mr. Alex Weat. Mrs. J. B. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Turner Mi Friday for a protracted visit Fanny Wilcox nut! NlKhtlnj-nlDr. Guerrant held a meeting at Lexlu relativefl in aslivillo. Mrs.T.F.Do known as tho old maid CHimiaiKniTfl. ty Hiid Iau(jhtHr Iihvh returned to their ington, Mo., which drew 23 souls to J. 0. Johnson, of Hoy If, bought " "r .lie. Christ. Minn ChrintiiiH Hr.ulloy ontnrtniuud home at Lh Junta, Col., aflor n visit to James Grubbrin bunch of fat hoifern at Tho first quarterly meeting of the Saturday hvohUik in honor of tamo ofj Mre. Ann Doty and family. 3c. present year will be held with the MethG. &. 0. 1 Cecil aoltl to Dr. Uonnett, Uvt younK fi,.mK odist church here next Saturday and MATRIMONIALMATTERS. William A. Uoje, of this county, has j of Ohio, a yrnrllnj,' by OambettH Wilkr-Sunday, Dr. W. F. Vaughan presiding. rented of V. M. Soonmor a part of Win. Shuman, 3'.), and Mia) Mary for f 1,000. Mr. Moody has made $1,250,000 on Otto, of the Swiss colony, were married (arm, for ItilM at fir.Q. Salta of 300 hos at 31 and n lot 01 me maui-rU- y his Gospel Hymns. Over 20,000,000 Mnrriedin JhIIk-i- , 'IVmhi., on Inst Sunday. foedlnj; cattlH at ! ar noted in tlio MM copies have been sold and ho gets 20 per Tuesday, Mr. Jamea MtQ lerry and Mies Mr. F. B. Oliver, 33, and Misa Miner-vway Clipper. cent. With tho money ho eueuiim much Johnson, 31, wero Joined in wedlock of his pchool work. sold to Mr. .Tonw, Llllinn Ifawley, both of this county. John W. Major -- Kov. w. U. berom, of ttiH I'lieo t Wayneeburg Sunday. TentiefSt'O. '.'0 yeorlinK milieu at SOU There being no service at the Chrislogical Seminary at IJ.mville, preached at James O. Terry, of Highland, and Andernon News. tian church Sunday, the larger part of ntonla's Jtulses decided that tno tho Preahyterian church Sunday morn- Misa Sue Wesley, of Middioburg, will bo the congregation attended tho Presbytejoined nnd hand Wild IIuntaiiiHU race waa crooked, and ing. rian church, filling it to the doors, and Tomorrow at Lawrencebiug, Miss heard Rev. J. II. Dunn, of Hryantsvllle, sold a declared all beta off nccoidlnKly ti.M. Logan preach a fine I will stand my thoroughbred regis horse to Mr. Smilev, of Danville, for foO Mr.ry Dowling, a beautiful young lady sermon on Rom. &23 tered Jersey bull at f I tin Heaaon. Oamo and one to Gus Huble, pf Uuen.i Vista an i Mr. James (J. Bond will bo united Bob Ingersoll parades the statemsnt for I5. in marriage. prerorcU to pav. S. J. Kmbry, Jr. that during the pnet year "at least 40" .urs Amanda Jouea, aged 00. and preachers Tfiore was a Hallowe'en party given W. K. I). Stoke, of Now York Oily, in the United Stated were guilbirthday present to bin ynnnK at tho home of OJeShugars on Dinville Henry Parker, aged 20, wero married ty of penitentiary offenseB. Krivo R8 a When we near Middlesboro. Mrs. Jones raised remember wlfo the Rreat trotting mare, Houzetta, street to the members of tho junior sothat there aro 111,030 preachParker, taking him in infancy nfter the cial club. 2:00J. ers in this country, the figures of IngerJ. T. Hankins bought 250 acres of death of his mother; raised him to hand soll, even if we admit their accuracy, are Jewoll it Patterson, of Jessamine, land In Lower Garrard, Monday of Mas- as it were. bought 25 bead of mule colta at not wonderful. Baptist Recorder. Tho newspapers of that part of the Monday nt an average price of ter Commissioner, J. V, Miller at 12 0o Rev. J. M. Taulbeo, of Covington, State are speaking in highest praise of per acre. $13 pur bead. whose character was examined by tho Fotty doll.tn given by the people of Miss Elizabeth Twidnoll, who recently iato Moeea Kalin bought of John Kvnim Northern Methodist Conference, and hecamo Mrs. S. Walton Forgy and those Sycamore Valley School-hous- e toBiid Kit Dooley of Clark county, 160 head the the committeo finding nothing unbecomof cattle at J centB to bo dolivered No- wards the erectioti of the tiew Methodiut who know her here, and nearly every- ing a minifater, has for the second time body doeB, foel that every complimont is church here. vember 18th. deserted his wife, writing to Hov. J. M. Welburn, an old presid- deserved. Mr. and Mrs. Forgy will livo Duryear has offered Col. ThayPeter her from London, Ky., that be had gone er $15,000 for Joe Patchen, 2:01. The ing elder of the Metbodiot church, was at Elkton, where tho huaband, who in a away for good, aud she need not look for colonel eaya that not a cent lees than f 0 in our city and preached for the Method widower, haw resided for several years. him. -J- oseph iato on Suiiday. L. Rhinock, the present will buy him. We have it from good authority that The Mifnes Owlcy entertained soiuo mayor of Covington and the most astute the The Woodford Sun reports ealea of eanctificationistB tried to convert a 4 yearling ateers at 3 to 3J , 10 TeiuiiM. of their friends at their country home politician in the city, lived hero when a drunken man to their belief at Pleasant nee butcher ateera at 3c and a number of four miles of Lancaattr near the Hubble boy. His father married a daughter of Hill church, near Highland, Saturday " Uncle Sammy neighborhood on Thursday evening. Short," of Stanford, and night. The. fellow got sick and "flung lota of hoja at 3 to 3J. I'John Hawkins, ot this county, waa there they lived until Bfter Joseph's up," though, and Imd to , H. F. Hayden has sold his farm of -' be yiven air. noren near Walnut Flat to J. M. Uoifry at arrested Wednesday at Versailles. Two birth. Tlio elder Rhinock was a Jew Rev. Newsou, the pastor in charge, then fl)5 and will remove to Texas. His Bale hooka of Southern railway ticket, un- peddler, but said by Adjutant J. E. Huff- charged tho fellow's condition to the stamped, and a pistol were found on his man to be as smart ns the late Jim Blame of personalty Is advertised for Nov. 20. democratic party and ranted consideraor any other mm. Joo Rhinock is yet tick-elThe Hoone County Record wave: petBon. He claims he found the bly about it. a very young man. Bhrewd, magnetic and -- Elder J.T. Sharrard resigned .last "Water had to be hauled Huver.il miles Hev. F. M. Hilt aud wlfo have gone winsome. Dr. Alcorn in Danville AdSunday as pastor of tho Leesburg Christo keep the Crittenden (touring mill in g to in Mr. and Mrs. Turn-er- vocate. operation. It consumed 70 barrels a tian church, of which he haa been for bix house on Lexington etreet. and Mr. day." years. It waa to tho regret of all that OF A L0tJALMTUnE. John K. Weat aud family will soon nirno( FoiiSAj.K. A lot of Ked Duroc his resignation waa acceptod. Tho conHydrophobia is riging among cattle gregation by a unanimous vote, oxpreps-ebows, pigs andshoat; also a fino red to Dr. Herring a new houoe on Richa in Wayne county. milk mond street. boar and a number of their regret at his leaving them. MaMonday our court-honwaa beautiCapt. Adam Reeder, of Barbourvilie, ny words of at once. P. W. Green, cowb. Apply approval and commendation fully decorated in honor of our dinting-t- i a veteran of two wars, ia dead. Stanford. were spoken. He Iiab endeared himself til t'll cilixdit, Hon. V. O. Hradley, who Drunken roughs with pietola broke to tlio people of this place. He goes California straw berriea of the ''new to U li address tiU people. The decoration lip a meeting ut Grays, Knox county, crop," really fragrant and quite Hweet, Stanford. Paris Kentockiau. appeared In the New York mnrkuU last vm under auspices of Mrs. D. M. Lack-e- j, while a democrat .ih making a speech. Tho Lincoln Co. Bible Society met Nancy Richardson, of Nicholasvillo, at tho who is known and recognized for her week. The hulls were atill green and Biptist church Sunday night and artistic taste. was Bent to the penitentiary for two was presided the berries fresh and firm over by John A. Allen, who Mrs. Dollie Hrown has accepted a years for perjury, by the Circuit court. The Bourbon News Bays the crop of was again elected president. Dr. George A. W. Huggins ia now editor of the S. Savage, bluegrBfl seed for Hourbou county this clerkship in Mr. Jacob Joeepb'a dry goods the venerable agent of the rear amounted to 200,000 bushels, Bnd Btore. In her former place lu Mr. W. T. Pinovllle Mewongor. He sot typo for American Bible Association, waa presthe average price, 3oo per bushel, which West's store, Mia Lucy Arnold has as- this papor a short time several years ago. ent and delivered an address which showsumed the role of clerk. The two will Col. Cody Bowen, who was tho old- ed how strong is the price it Is now bringing. his heart is in the good Col. H. G.Stonor sold to John W. prove themeelven very effeciont clerks as est survivor of the Union army in Ken- cauBe, and gave some entertaining staThayer, the Hoeton horseman, t great they are very polite and accommodating tucky, died in Anderson county, aged tistics. John J. McRoberts waa reelect to their customers. 01 years. trotting aire IUron WIlkee,2:18, for 12-ed aecrotary and John S. Hughes deposiAt the supper given Thursday evenThe eherill of Mercer county levied tory. aire of Oakland Uaron, 000. Ho is the the winner of the fJo.000 Futurity at ing ut Pleasant Grovo church $30 were on a passenger train on the Southern Of courtship as it is known in Amerimade, which ia a very neat sum consid railway under a judgment for $9,000 Lexington. ca or England there is none whatever in Peanala will bo a very Bhcrt crop ering tho inclement evening, Tho old damages In favor of Mrs. W. D. J. Jerusalem, writes Edwin S. Wallace in this yerr, according to the reports from church has been torn down and replaced Harr The boiler of tho Needmoro mill on November Ladies' Home Journal. A r The great heat and by one of a more modern structure. all over the South. W. L. Williams, of Huetonville, will Buck creek, Laurel county, exploded young Mohammedan never sees tho face long drought during the late summer and early Mil seriouslv iinpairod'aboth tho dedicate the now church by preaching in and killed M. J. Horndon and Tom of the girl who is to become his wifo unFields and otheta were iujured. Mud til after marriago. His mother and sis it the 1st Sunday in December. quantity and quality of the crop. ters may hob her and report their impres Died in this phce at the homo of her cake caused the explosion. Jones, of D. C. Terhuno and J. A. The Princeton foot ball team boat sions, but if it is a case where the union bought 26 extra sugar year- son, Mr. Thomas EUiti, Mm. Mary R Tenneteee. Klkln. Mrs. Klkin hail been making her the Harvard Saturday 12 to 1; tho Louis- is by them considered a desirable one ling mare mules of J. W. Major, of s weanling home with her son's family for a year or ville Athletic shut tho Central Universi- they are likely to accredit her with at JOG; a!ao3S mules of various p.irtiea in Hoyle and moropaat, having previously lived in ty out 30 to 0 and the Lexington Athletic charms she Joes not possess. Among Jews aud Christians there is a greater Lincoln county. Sho was long a mem- Club beat tho State College 21.1O0. Lincoln counties from ?22 to $50. Tho miners employed by tho Proc- latitude in this respect, though the young ber of the Christian church. Her funer Democrat. permitted to see each Monte Fox diliered to J. S. Ovis-le- al wa preached Here .uomiay at IU . m tor Coat Company at Rdash, ore out on people aro never a strike because tho company posted a other without tho presence of a third Sr., of Lincoln, 75 bead of feeding in tho Christian church by Kid. George party. In every case tho services of an cattle of 1,230 pounda avera. which (iowen. Interment lu the Lancaster notice saying that no miner would be giv- laMltat tin n further employment wnoJIIaid oil intermediary are nececs.iry. Brides at Y. bad beon engaged at U2J; to J. at Win. O. Stivers, who was granted IP without a good excuse. Tho reason of 11 are not uncommon and at 12 occasion of Garrard, 10 ceneo last week to wed Miss VnPio Green, the operatora for doing thia is a rush for little remark. I have known of one bride 1 10, ami to Dick Cobb 10 10 vears of age. Sho was a Moslem. Mr. Fox bought these cattle in is the very eatno Stivers, who figured fo orders. at 3 conspicuously the past summer in the Mercer county in tho spring atoj aud Tho University of Virginia, which Johnson and Androw Wallace, breach of promise suit lie endeavortd was recently so badly damaged by fire, is O Ting to tho UtunoM of the hour (hut without effect) to prosecute Hirainst brothers, prominent citizens of Indiaone of the most famous institutions of that it cloned we dl.l not gat a full report Mis.i Katherino Weat, of tin county. It napolis, have lived together for years. learning in the South. It was founded iH married aud the latter sinof John M. KoU'h sale for our last issue, Bcems that after his efforts to bring Miss Hie former Gengle aud when Johnson wont homo tho by Thomas Jefferson. In ISIS the d West to a fulfillment of her promise he and Executor John U. Foster eral Assembly ol Virginia voted nn other night he found his wife in his as folio: Oata Bold at 21 conta, very Boon transferred his affections. appropriation of $15,000 to endow A Demorest contest waa bold at Hue-n- a brother's lap. A tlht followed, Andrew Qold$1.20, bay 10 to $20 corn shucked in aud support the university, which was Vista, in this county, S iturday even was kickbd out of the house, tho wife chartered in 1S1!) and opened in 1820. a atack. The eightfthareH of stock in tho were ing by the nupila of Miss Davo Harris' was Bent to her father's aud now John-so- u National of EStauford Firot ia sueiug hia wife for divorce and his Not only the organization but the form buught by Prof. T. M. Goodknight for school. Prof. Mack Klllott and Dr. H. for damages for breaking up his of government and the system of instrucMiss Mary Myera at $102.60. The homo M. Grant, of this place, and Prof. E P. brother tion are duo to Thomas Jefferson, who once happy home. farm was withdrawn at $53 aud the 50 Halley, of Margin, were the judges Sev From Indianapolis comes a story was the first rector. The university now en young ladieB took part iu the contest acres South of road at $15. has an invested capital of ?1,500,000, and and all acquitted themonlves most credit that tho earthquake has caused many is supported at an animal cost ot $150,-00Condemn nojman;for not thinking bly. The tlrst priz", a sllvor modal, was streams in Indiana to resume business Its magnificent library contained alter having been dry for several weeks 03 you thtnk.liLot every one enjoy tho awarded to Miss Dovo Ruble; subject, 53,000 volumes. There aro 44 instruc'The Boya of America." Second prize on account of the drouth. One of these, tors, and at tho first of the present year full and free liberty of thinking for Lot every man uao bia own judg- was given Miss M.imio Lone; subject, Honey creek, in Bartholomew county, there wero 512 students. came back with ouch force and volume ment, slnco uveryjman must gtvo an ac- "Your Mission." as to sweep away fences. A witty editor's pen has manipulated Mr. aud Mrs. Joo Reynolds, of Chicount of himself to God. Abhor every Near Newport the earthquake bent the following: Who weeps when you aro or degreo, to tho cago, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.Eph-riareproach In any kind Hrown. Miss Christiuo Hradley is the rails of the L. and N. road aud an sad, and laughs when you are glad, and Bplrlt of persecution. Ifjyou cannot reasmiles when you iro mad the editor. persuade a man into tho truth, at home for a short vialt from Hamilton engine waa derailed. son or Who haa to be both kind and wise and attempt to force a man into it. If Oollego. Misa Nellio Marra is in never Important change of time. In effect never (hardly ever) lies, and when be on a visit to relatives. Mr. J. love will not compel him to come, leavo on the Queen & Orescent Route, Sunday, does creates surprise tho editor. Who blmto God, thojyudgo of all. John H, Turner left Saturday for a business November 3d. Increased train service. owns a heart as well as cheek, possessor Wesley. trip through Texas. Mr. David Williams, . Faster schedules. Look at the time of spirit, proud yet meek and lives on 40 of Oaaipbellayille, waa tho gueat Sunday How to ProventjCroup. cards before you start away. cents a week the editor. to and Monday of bis son, W. I. Williams. Some reading that will prove interesting dli- Mrs. Ojcar Park, of Middlpsboro. Is vis Good advice: Never leave home on a journey mother. Uo to guard asmt Ihe young Mrs. Martha Rudolph, aged 02 years, without a bottle orChamberlala's Colic, Cnolera "croun ii a terror to young mother and to pott iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim and DIarihoea Remedy. j died near Clarksville, leaving four child-rejind I'or tale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. them concerning th cause, tint symptoms origin Brown. Misses Altle and Besalo MarkB object of this item, the 7S great grand44 O s" common cold. Ch.ldrtm who arc bury and Mra. A. II. Rico and Misa Lily ofewup The wife ol Mr. Loaaard Wells. of East children and two great great grandoly r tak. cold It tufleiing from neuralgia Man,, " """' V D. Grant and Miss Lizzie Simpson form- tor two days, hail been able to deep cr. haruljr children. moil sure to louow. i u not beingn putwiir touku ed a "house party" at Bt the homo of keepitill, when Mr. lloldcn, the merchant there i.f anil will ncv.r ntrh. WQICn t- it eauly BuokUln's Arnica Salvo. of Pain and - one who has hearU It. ino ume Mrs. Lizzie Rico at Hetlgovillo in Boyle tent her a bottlegive Chamberlain's trial. Balmmeetasked that sae It a thorough On us The best salve in the world for cuts, bru.'ies, becomep hoarye. If lh ehiW fint told thr.t ihe seres, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap- county last weak, Homer Batson is at ing Mr. Wells the mat day he Cbambeain". Cough Remedy I. freely given a was all right, the pain having left her within two hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, tnd?ncy to croup will .oop dljappear. fiven preveat home for a short visit from Kentucky hours, ana that the bottle of I'am Balm was t positively cures piles, or no pay reputred. It ia the croupy cough hit derelopodIn giving IhU University. worth $5.00 if it could not be had for less, guaranteed; to give perlect satisfaction or money Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Koraale at so cents per bottle by Craig & Hock-cthe attack, thereli no danger refunded. Price at cents per box. For sale ;by It contain, nothing injurloui. remedy lor Htanlord, Ky. of Nichdhavillo, are the gucata of A.R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. by Craig 4 Hocker, Stanford, hy. o ITEMS. i ' nro Mr. Tram Conn hoI.1 n nioo lot of lions lriIay to Mr. James A. McfJutv u Z w m H bj) hi) For MONEY LOVING PEOPLE. CJJ 55 J H - j t3 13 C I I J n rs o b E 0 0 Have your Prescriptions filled at Craig & Hocker's. Pure Drugs and Chemicals only used. . ' Accuracy, Promptness and i tn o o c CT Atf O H :liO"W" Guaranteed. A full line prices cfc i of Druggists' Sundries always in stock. In-a- OB.A.TG HOCJSSa. A Splendid Of Assortment Win-chea- ter 1 TOOTH BRUSHES, HAIR BRUSHES, AND COMBS. Window Glass in all sizes. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Stanford, Ky. 30,-00- 1 The Charles Wheeler Emporiun. War to the Knife. Prices Lower Than The Lowest. Your money never woold buy as much as at present, reached the r y house-keepin- B Jer-ae- y for we have llrat-clas- o Climax of Low Priees. Vc have but one desire, that is to show you goods and Bed 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 Temple of Economy. 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. . El-de- Liw-renc- e, James Frye HUSTONVILLE, KY. I 5 first-clas- Har-rodftbu- rg y, SI t!ie Cheapest an i Best In Hustonville. See his New Line of y ; . 1 Hob-inso- n, 1,170-pounde- 1,000-pounde- Btipplo-ment- au-nu- al Ladies' Wraps, Clothing and Shoes. and durability Buell's Low Top Patent Congress Boots have no equal for fit, comfort See them and you will buy them sure. goto For bargains JAMES FRYE. 0. him-Bel- f. Lamps, Queensware, Glassware, Stoves, &c. -- Nich-olasvil- le AT- FAERIS & HARDIN -- H.G.RUPLEY,-aaaaaa l .."'.... --- ". -- -- ',: --. d, I grand-childre- n, Orlm-fiel- d, - I at-t- l? rt Is KeceiYlnff His i aaaaa, Den-ma- FALL : AND : WINTER : GOODS. n, r, Goods Warranted and a Perfect F.'t Guarantefk'GJve me calL ti. r ? . . xh. -- k r .&4 juSa A , - tiJgV3 ; t J t V II PI it ii i John D. Rockfeller will glvo anothor Tiik earthquako. which nobody seems ( Tim nmirt nt nmiMnln verv sensible de is Banco for the goose million to the University ol Chicago Jan. to have hoard or felt hero, was quite pro cides that what INTERIOR JOURNAL nounced all over the State. It also ex- blmll be sauco for the gander. In other 1, making $3,000,000 In all. daughter of Mrp. Tho 18 year-oltended through Indiana, Ohio, Wiscon- words, it holds that a negro shall have people Ambor Hamilton Bhot herself to death protection from whlto Stanford, Kr., Novembck 5, 1895 sin, Michiaan, Missouri, Tonne?aeo, tho samoseparate coach as the whites becauso her mother quarrelled with Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Louis- In their iana, and even as far North as Canada. havo in their coaches for upgro Intruders hernt Fostoria, O. It is reported that Thomas Hardin There wero threo distinct shocks, the A negro woman sued tho L. & N. at W. P. WALTON. lilankenahlp were killed The crowds that thronged our establish during the last week was third bding the longest and Bovereot. Elizabethtown for damages because aho, and Jonathan We pawen-gerin an encounter in Pike couuty near the nnm'riVf nrnnf rh.tt- we hnvn the rirht POods at the ritjht prices. Liulavllle was considerably shaken up was insulted by a drunken white . : ! V ..,t v.vn.. .Ml .? .!..! mum. wuu iimhI We will make Iibb never lost had allowed to Virginia border lino. oner sun greater attractions uuruig Thk Interiok Journal whom the coudnctor and many people were scared out of MiescsSuo and Lou Dalzell, of faith in the democracy of the State doinp. their wits. No damage of consequence ride in the coach sot apart for colored Ind-- wero horribly burned by itaduty. Many propheta havo arisen to was done, however, there or elsewhere, passengers. Tho lower court docidod conhot bricks setting fire to their drofsca foretell the tyil consequences that will except that caused by accidents occasion against her on tho ground tliKt the insult, but whilo they were driving. follow the election of a man who refused od by fright. This was tho severest ductor did not know of the Owingsville, Ky., is making great toconetruo the platform as it was intend earthquako ever felt in Kentucky. The the higher court holds that tho law was thoy are blind leaders of one in 1SSU, when Charleston, S. 0., suf- meant for protection agalust altercAtnr.s preparations for the meeting of tho Na- A household word in every home. In fact we propose to make this od to be. bat tho blind and are for the moat part di- fered so greatly, wsb the severest ever folt between tho races, nnd that the rnlrod tional Fox Huntera' Association during a halp-pricsale. To give all who visit our town an advantage of sappoint, dlgruntled and untrustwor- in the U. S. A good portion oi that city company la responsible for tho on jiisivo tbo week beginning November 18. supplying themselves with their winter goods at very low prices. We Tho Corbntt Fitzilmmona fiuhtisoff. will quote you only thy politicians who have little to lose by was laid in ruins, causing a loss of conduct of a white passenger hllnwed to a few prices to give you some idea how low pricontrary to law, Corbett haa returned to New York and any course that they may tako. The XI lives wero lost.in addition ride in the colored coach aud ces run clear through. Extra heavy ribbed hose for children and main question to as and to all democrats to several hundred wounded. Tho Lis- whether the conductor knowB or not of Filz is receiving the condemnation of all misses, sold every where for toe, now go at 50 Ladies' black and who desire the Buccesa of tho party and bon earthquake in 1755, killed 00,000 peo- the bad behavior. That's justlco and the for the cowardice ho has exhibited. daughter of Oharlea fancy cotton hose, 5c. Ladies ribbed vests, 15c, worth 25c. Ladies' The five year-olthe party's nominees, is, shall we for so ple and permanently submerged a part of law ia supposed to be founded ou that. Double width dress goods, plaids and solid colors, Chambers, of Brazil, Ind., whs burned to yarn hose 15c. shadowy a cause renounce a ticket com- the city -- WW feet doep. The most disasThk A. P. A. is a republican organiza- death. She was playing with her Bister's t24c, 15c, 20c. Dress and apron check gingham, 5c. A good red posed of as true and as honest a set of trous earthquake ou record is that which flannel 15c. Canton flannel 5c, 6;4c, 7 c, and 10c. Ladies' except when it thinks curling irons when her drew eauuht. men aa ever lived and by either voting visited the city of Antioch in 520, when tion in disguise, off its mask. seri all wool shawl, in black and fancy and extra heavy, $1. Jeans in Dock Arlington, who shot and itself strong enough to throw against it or refusing to vote at all foist a it is said 250,000 people lost their lives. tho organ of tho ously wounded W. A. Crouch near Mt. brown and gray at 15, 25 and 35c per yard. underskirt pat Ladies' The Freedom's Banner, horde of hungry leeches upon the State Louisville, shrieks: If you Sterling, was fouud dead in Crouch's tern, all wool, neat assortment cf colors, 75c, worth Si. away? To Bay noted criminal cases association at to suck its very life blood Two of the most voto tho American tick-e- t orchard. It is not known who killed the least, Gen. Hardin ia as honest a that have shocked the country in many are an American fathhim. for the homo and heritage of our man, as capable a man aud as deserving a day wero disposed of Saturday. Theotlckot. The Lit Creekmur, who was under iners. Voto the Log Cabin a man as Col. Bradley. lie will make a dore Durrant, who killed Blanche o-r .:i.Qf ia ti ticket for Ken- - dictment for the murder of of Hewitt better governor than the colonol could and hid her body in the belfty of a voto." Democrat, if Howton, in Caldwell county, shot and possibly make as bo would represent San Francisco church and who has been tucky patrons to any love for party lelt do not killed himself, thinking he waa about to the intelligence, the worth and the on trial since July 22nd, was convicted jou have to be bamboozled in that bo arrested. element of the Commonwealth. of murder and sentenced to be banged, permit yourself -- Chris Scheele, of Wheeling. W. Va., Everything that is new, everything that is nobby. Evcrythingxthat is , Besides, his election will keep in line a the jury being out only 20 minutes. Dur- way. enoaced to tho electric light company of desirable and the prices simply cant be matched. superintenState which haa not faltered for nearly rant was a Sunday-scho- ol Thk Kentucky Women at the Atlanta that city as lineman. In 20 mi mi ten af 30 years in her allegiance to the parly of dent and doubtlees murdered the girl to Exposition havo gotten into a stew and work he waa killed by n the people, whose officers have, with a hide his criminal connection with her. raised a row and a rumpus as usual. Mrs. ter he beguu stray current. Bingle exception, faithfully performed The case has attracted great attention Cecil, who ia chairman, did not agree The Indiana supremo court upholds tho trusts imposed upon them. Gen, and the verdict gave unbounded satisfac- with the other ladles of the board aa to the railroad "blackboard" law, requiring Hardin has himself been faithful and tion to the court loungers. The other the details of the Kentucky exhibit ond railNow is your chance for a nice hat. Value $1.50 to'$2, our price for true. The other gentlemen composing trial was that of Henry H. Holmes, for they promptly called her down and announcements to be bulletined atmovethis week, 75c. A big lot of crushers and alpine hats purchased for road tolegraph stations aa to the the ticket are equally as deserving and tho murder of B. F. Pietzel, at Philadel- elected another lady in her stead. It is ments of trains. spot cash from a manufacturer who was induced to part with his goods there is no reason or excuse for any man phia, and that too resulted in a verdict of always thua. When two or threo woThomas Nash, of Richmond, Ind., for ready money enables us to make this offer. Special inducements who dares call himself a democrat to as death. Holmes killed his victim to get men are gathered together for a certain slapped his wife's jaw 8 when she asked all this week in our Clothing Department. Extra drives in sist in turning Kentucky over to a few thn nnnmnce on his life and it is said purpose, there Is sure to be disagreement bim to buy her a hat. Her brother bap eight other designing men, a lot of ignorant negroes that he disposed of at least and exhibition! jealousy. pened to see his sister mistreated nnd he and more illiterate whites. With Buch persons for the same object. The counshot Nash to death. an alternative it ought not be to be nec- try will breathe freer when both fiendB There soetns to be a difference of opinA decree has been issued in Turkey essary more than to call attention to the shall feel tho halter draw. ion between Hardin and Bradley. Each granting a four month's extension of all Sunday an esCome and see for Yourself. fact that there is danger of defeat to eent to a New York paper Mulhollahd is out in a sworn state- timate as to tho Bize and complexion of debts, private and public. This has been make every democrat do his duty. If on MrJ done mainly to allay the you havo not already dqne so, when you ment that hia father paid Col. Bradley the majority in Kentucky the Constantinople Bourse. hia note for read these lines go at once to the polk, $750 In cash and he gave him Hardlmsald it would be 20,000 demoDr. Powell, the Virginia insurance put your croaa under the rooster and the $250 to procure his pardon. He had at cratic. Mr Bradley was sure it would be Col. Bradley'a request given him a state- 15,000 to 20,000 republican. There's dis- man who enticed Dora McClelland from dire calamity which threatens us will bo ment that he had not paid him any appointment in store for somebody and her home in Georgetown with criminal averted. intent, waa held without bail, the ofmoney. It was true to the letter but not A: URUANSKY & CO., Proprietors, wont bo Hardin. fense being pnnishable by death. denied that inspirit, as he himaelf had paid him it Tns story is published and T; D. RANEY, Manager. Bets of five to two are offered at Now daring Senator Blackburn's recent visit nothing. This statement had been used That grand "Old Komau," Allen G. to Washington, be, Lt. Lucien Young by Col. Bradley to Mulholland'a injury Thurman, notwithstanding hia extreme York on the success of the Tammany Branch Stores; and others crossed legs under the mahog-on- y and he says he waa driven to correct it in age, 82, made a stirring speech for the ticket, but find few takers, although the to enjoy a toddy together. Every order to place himself in the right light. democratic ticket from his verandah the fuslonlst leaders continue to predict an Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, thing went lovely till the liquor began to Ia a Dardon broker the proper man to othor night, in Columbua, O., and warm- overwhelming victory for their ticket. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. Oklahoma was opened to settlement permeate the system of the silver deci-p- lo make governor of Kentucky? If you ed up thouaanda of democrats to their only about half a dozen years ago and and then he became quarrelsome. think not put the cross under the rooster duty. now tho population of the Territory ia He abused everybody in general who opand snow him under. All his couutry cousins of theforState estimated at 275,000, and the taxable to the Senate and posed hia his Thk action of the county court in al- nrM who know and love him valuation amounts to over $40,000,000. Mr. Carlisle in particular for the part be regret to hear that The pugilists and their friends are bad taken against bim. Young resented lowing lawyer's fees to resist the pay- many kindnesses will eunor of said to have almost abandoned The Place to Buy the hope Senator's broad assertions, ment of a subscription by the county to Mr. R. W. Brown managing some of the Southern, almost to tbo the Louisville Times is Beriouely ill. of circumventing Gov. Clarke. The gov when he said eomethiug about slapping the Louisville is very naternor has the entire sang in custody, and faces. The lieutenant responded "You amount of the subscription, Hardik's plurality will be at least newspaare liable to get your own face slapped.' urally condemned by the local may get the Hot Spring people have about given Thereat of the ticket Wc sell at the Cheapest Price. "Ibe man who dares attempt such a pers. Two lawyera, who haven't hereto more. At least that is our humble opin- np. year, fire responded tho Sen- fore made that much in a Culberson is after the men who Gov. thing, I would kill,'' from are ion after a careful Burvey of the field $2,400 each and the I burned a negro murderer at the stake at ator hotly. No Booner said than Young and other reports. profligacy of newapaper Tylfr. He eays the men must be let go biagood right hand and planting a kicking like steers at such an outBy an Experienced Pharmacist. punished and has called upon the sheriff blow on the Senator's probosis, drew the their money. It does look like NEWSY NOTES. rage even for here. to explain why he did not perform his claret copiously. Before Biackhurn could The average daily attendance at the duty. respond friends rushed between the Bpoke at Senator Blackdorn, who The Court of Appeals, in affirming and grim visiigd war smooth- Maysville Saturday, is said to have said Atlanta Exposition is 10,000. Druggist, Stanford, Ky.f Jack Dempsey, tho former middle- the decision of the luwer court in the ed its wrinkled front for the timo. that tho gubernatorial election is in at Portland, Ore. case of (,'npt. Bryant against Gov. Brown, Young says the story is manufactured doubt, but that there is no doubt about weight champion, died An Oklahoma physician was fatally holds that the State Guard is not enout of whole cloth, but the Washington the election of a democratic Legislature, How doth the little busy bee, son wnom ne titled to pay for attending camps of ind .Kni .w iiia ii papers continue to assert that the row which will give him 45 votes, or enough Improve each shining hour, was chastising. struction. did occur. his ia the lost dying him. to Gathering honey all the day, Sam Young, of Priuceton, Ind , Uon. W. P. Bontley, who wpb a handwriting Matteiis political seem almost as much note of a man who sees tho From every opening flower. on rats because his girl went member of the Kentucky Legislature in on the wall. Hardin's chances are a took rouuh mixed in New York and Ohio aa they 18S7 from Leslie, fought a duel to the to church with her other beau. Did you learn this in your little shool book long ago? Business was hia and are in Kentucky. In the Empire State, hundred per cent better than -- Tho dead body of Alexander Bush death with Bige Uignite, a man of a very very dull all summer, however, we have been busy keeping stock, McCreary'a better than either. the republicans claim 00,000 majority, was found hanging from a limb in Clay bad reputation, having killed his brother improving each shining hour, getting ready for busy times. :""" while the democrats are confident that county. It wasa caBe of suicide. about one year ago. Higuite died im The unusually bold and outspoken Terms Cash; Prices Low. I here is where the "honey part of they will have 30,000. Buckeye demoThi nRHifitant cashier of the First mediately. Bontley lived about eight ihc poem comes in, Paris Kentuckian in the all We will not quote you hurniture, Capets, crats profeea to be morally certain of course of the of Natioual Bank at Waco, Texas, left the hours. present campaign led the Republican Taper in cold type. It would not look well, but we arc all right and do electing Campbell governor, but republisame city to charge that other safe open and $15,000 were stolen. Al Paris, Ky, Mitw Pearl Crouch, uot want too much "honey lrom one llowcr. c will give you as cans say that Busbnell is sure of 20,000 the It took just 22 minutes to dispose of aged IS years, and Nicholas Hetcher, much for your money as one possibly can the editors were dom the writing, You will get rock bottom and bo it goes. One thing is than majority, Clinton Pris- aged 20, were arrested on a charge of be& Remington put a quietus two convicted murdererBnt figures. Wc are right in the procession with our distant but friendly aure about Ohio, the rads are much in but Craddock N. Y , last week by electricity. charge by denying it and going on, ing the murderers of Doc Allington, who competitors and will give you the benefit of prices that arc worth doubt or tbey would not claim so little, on the Ind., Charles Stonerock, of Peru, democrats hardwas found Thursday in tho orchard ol when last year they had 140,000 majority. for rads and recalcitrant the consideration of people from a distance. Depend upon us, or whilo Col. Craddock is get- wasBtruckbya "Bhinny" stick W O. Crouch, where ho was killed by ever. Truly In addition to Kentucky and the two er than be a fighter in his old age. Bully playing that game and fatally hurt. write us. Wc have plenty of time to write letters. unknown parties. Miss Crouch was reStates named, nine other States will hold ting to At Bardstown George W. ShleldB leased on $1,000 bail, but Fletcher was for the nonagenarian. Iowa, Kansas, Maryelections waa found guilty of criminally libeling refused bail. land, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Nebras4 Collector Ben Johnson and he was fined are When wo consider that there A dispatch from Wilson's Blufl, ka, New Jeraey, Pennsylvania and the Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. pensioners on the rolls, with an in- $250. Neb., says that whole line of the BurTerritory of Utah. No espeaial interest killed and 50 or lington & Missouri, Orleans and St. FranTwo peoplo were crease of 800 during the 30th year alter Balticentres except in New York, Ohio Bnd the close of the war, and that it takes more injured in a wieck on the cis branch, is covered with enow from Kentucky and most eyes are turned to and Ohio at Elm Grove, near two to four inches, doing great good to $141,450,000 a year to pay them, there is more them. The democrats seem to have the 1 ttle wonder that there is a deficiency in Wheeling, W. Va. winter wheat, pastures and alfalfa. The best of tho fight everywhere and the ti- tho treasury, with war taxes imposed In A statement of receipts and and ex- snow was bo heavy that tho dal wave seems turned in their direction for Octomany instances. Our pension list is penditures of the government train was stuck in n cut. this year. Amen. for the month of $0,- largur than the combined list of all the ber showB a deficit Nearly 20 years ago Wade Sopor kil!3 European powers and is a growing 001,677. ed Martin Masters in a difficulty over the 8b Gkn. John B. Gordon waa introduced By an explosion of a gasoline stove sale of some whisky in Jessamine. Masshame. to bia audience at Indianapolis by of at Petersburg, Va., a daughter-in-laters left three boys and a girl, all very Harrison in a speech full of All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing, constitutional con- Bishop Whittle and two othor ladies young, and a wife. Soper waa sentenced The South Carolina style. soul and patriotism, showing that bittt-- vention haa adopted an educational qual- were killed. done in to the penitentiary for three years, servpartisan as be is, Mr. Harrison has occas- ification for voters, which ought to preW. Oadman, a relative of Mrs. ed bis term and baa since lived an exemJohn Jack-Boionally, lucid intervals. A great crowd vail in all tho States. There is little Cleveland, committed suicide at plary life. Saturday the boy B motSoptr heard tho general'! master piece, "The of free for ignorance in this land Mich., while despondent over busi- - and attempted to kill him. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic Last Days of the Confederacy" and schools and no excuse for letting the vote neBs affairs. Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. echo. "Lee's Right of an ignorant man weigh as much as cheered it to the A Household Tronauro Bill Nye attempted to lecture at Gordon was called, ia do- that of the one, who has tried to inform W, Fuller, of Cannjohane, N. V., says that Arm" aa Gen. N. J., the othor night but was too heD. rays keeys Dr. King's New Discovery in me MR. KIHLEY. SXPERIEECED PEIETEB. ing more to heal and hide the breach himself and make a worthy and honored be without it, IT family would drunk to procaed and the crowd rotten- house and hia u. A. uviccmannoturuggisi, latticm, rocurable. Give us a trill. Has charge of our Painting Department. made by the civil war than any man liv- citizen. Y., savs that Dr. Kins'! New Discovery is egged him. Couifn remedy; that he has ing and God grant that his days may be and two oth- undoubtedly the best tor Henry Baker was killed eignt yeau, and it has used it In his lannly Saturday-nigh- t neve, failed Chairman Norman evidently thinks long upon the earth that he may contin. to do all that is claimed or It. Why er men were badly injured in a not trv a rtmedyto lone tried and tested. Trin seeds of brotherly love this part of Kentucky, and especially ue to Bcatter the quarrel at a training track at bottle tree at A. R. Penny's Drue Store. Kcgu Lincoln county, is ablo to take care of itlar size foc.and 81.00. and patriotism. Olarksville.Tenn. self politically. He has responded to but Alexandria, Va., Albert Hawkins Did You Ever. Col. Grkkn Clay, of Mississippi, baa one of the calls for speakers and then he -- At Two a little girl. Try Electric Hitters at a remedy for your trouLANCASTER, KY., a letter in which ho expresses sent a man, who had as well staid at attempted to assault written and it relief. by a jury to bles? If not, Bet a bottle now to dayB later be waa aentenced be peculiarly Thii medicine has been found deep regret over the action of his broth- home (or all the good ho did. Ceiling, Flooring and all kinds adapted to the relief and cure of all Female Com Has now on hand Weather-Boardinhang December 5. er, Hon. Cash Clay, in the proaent camin exerting a Hollow, 18 mllea from plaints, sircHKia anuwguaenuiuireci. louucuce juu of Dressed Lumber. Can furnish Doors, Sash and Blinds F. O. B. 11 -- At Cowbell ions iu iun uiu giving Col. Bradley baa delivered 57 set paign and urges the democrats to vote Mullina waa shot four have Loss 0 Appetite, Constipation, Headache, Stanford, Ky. we use only Alabama Pine and Mountain Yellow ticket and thua avert the speeches during the campaign; in addi- Richmond, Champ killed by John lor the whole Spells, instantly abl. MelancholyIsor troubled with Duty Health tne medicine you need. evils of negro supremacy, which the MJa tion to thoso fired from the end of his times and Electric Bitter Poplar, we are prepared to uieet competition from all points on The latter and bia brother, aa ac- and Strength are guaranteed by its use. Only flfseippians have felt to their shame and special train. What an amount of wind cash orders. jo centa a DOtue at a. k. icnuys urug oiure. at Richmond. jail be baa lost and let ua hope for nothing. cessory, are now in injury. JEMI-WEEKL- Y FACTS TEAT lELip STORY. - rt, , LOUISVILLE STORE! c d Sc La-mo- nt u: Extra Fine Jackets and Capes. tax-payi- ng BOOTS AND SHOES. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, to-d- ay. eemi-pani- c to-d- ay McRoberts' Drug Store Compounded 10,-00- 0. SCHOOL BOOKS & TOILET ARTICLES tax-paye- rs Prescriptions Carefully W IB. M'ROBERTS, VMRr-ol- ct to-da- y: WITHERS & HOOKER, 9G9,-54- west-boun- d St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, first-class Co, MERSHON GREER, Proprietors. r ex-ca- so n, Horse Shoeing and Blachsmithing of all Kinds. E. n. R "-- v -- Pat-terso- n, The Noel Planing Mill Co. g, 1 Mc-Hon- e. f .. - JAW- - .'ii'i.ii,. ( t . rttiiu-WEEK- tf Interior Jourkil 5, 1895 Silvkh carving eotH at Dnnka'. & Window lights at Craig Uocker'e. Bdooy Ruo lost. to W. S. We.rron. Reward if returned DEATH'SDOINCS. Stanfohd, Ky., Novkmiier The enrollment of pupils AttheSchool Don't wait until you take cold, buy for the Deaf at Danville bus reached the your underwear now. Sevornnco & Son. 300 mark. E. C. Waljon, Business Manager i . less BaulUry" All men should uznmino our "Peerunderwear. Hughes & ...I.. Tate. 4 A Nfcw and extensive linu of Cloaks at OuRfjreat jwc!ry anil nilverwnro baIo feetillou. Utlipranrn cuttlui! tlio btflt Shanks'. Various sizes, qualities, styles coodfl (or tho leftat mono v. Why not and colors. you? Penny'H Droj; hiii! Jwlry Store. Old Friends. -- TuUo dinner with mo at the Myers Housu Tuesday. PERSQHA1 POINTS. Thoa. Richards. Dn. Uhonal'gii continued to improve. Wk have bought your Xtncs present. Mks. U. H. Danks Is vlaltinK friends In Next week wa will show it to you. Cincinnati. MishSallie DunncitAH went to Louis-vlll- o Dankf, tho jeweler. yesterday. , One of the lust lines of gentlemen's Alii. li. 1 Uout, who hs hud tho gloves ever presented to the public can tuvor, was out yr stwrday. be found at Shanks'. Mil. and Miis. J. D. Owknb, of DowllnR A mo dimocratic rally waa advertised Green, aro at Mr. J. W. Jlout's. Mn. B. II. Danks was in Oinclunatl to occur at McKinney laat night, where a number of Stanford speakers were to lait wet-- buying "' Christmas stock. orate. Mm. W. A. Tin milk bought eight eban s o( First National Bank stock, Stanford, P. W. Lay, of Covington, a brake- at par. man on tbu 0. S., fell from Ills train near Mr. Eo Cahtsii Is jjolni; to bcII out and Moroland and sustained Injuries from move to town. H noticu of sale in this which ho died. to-da- j', -ma-lariul k Comb in out of the wet or buy you an umbrella and pair of rubbers from Severance A Son. A splendid stock of Indies, misses and children's underwear, both for boys and girls. Hughes & Tt. Wilt, trade anything in tho saddlery and hnrnefs lino (or corn, oats or bay. M. S. & J. W. Baughman. V. W. GnuKN Ijas bought a saloon in Lexington nnd will movo there if ho can sell his McKinney property hotel and bar-roo- Mn. Job Williman, at Jumbo, has power engine gotten In his now nnd will bo ready to do sawing and grinding the last of tho week. Notickh for application for licenpffi have been posted by Mrs. Bettio Penny-backand Lee A Co. to retail liquors at Kingsvillo. Mrs. P. bus liceueo for this year. er Our Lancaster letter tells of tho death of tho widow of the late Col. Wm. Elkin, mother of our worthy townsman, M. F. Elkln, and a most excellent woman. Logan, the lJ.yeur old son of Mr FOR WHOM YOU VOTE. and Mib. W. P. Robinson, died yesterday from tho effects of peretonhis from which Just so you go to Hughes & Tate's to buy your goods. We an operation whs performed several were never in better shape to give you good values for little money; Everybody who wants an Overcoatshould first examine our$3, $5, $6, months ago. JFe don't think you can cqual'thcm in Mr. George Eubank-- , agd 70, died $8, Sio, $12 and $i$ coats. Saturday afternoon at his home near any market and our $5, $6.50, $8.50, Sio, $12.50 and S15 Suits are Hall'B Gau. Ho uflered a stroke of paralysis a week ago and had been gradually sinking since. Besides his wife the good old man left three grown children. His remains were laid to rest in the Mt. Our Boots and Shoes are in good shape and considering the advance Moriah burying ground Sulurday no house can equal us in prices. Our Black and Fancy Wool Dress Goods, beginning at 15c and running to $1.50, can not be excelled. The Lincoln monument nt Spring JKe call the attention of all men to our "Peerless Sanitary Underiieiu, in., completed in 1871 at a cost of wear." If VOU once USe it VOu'll never useanv Miinrr pl:o Wn nlcN 1200.500, will have to be torn down. The handle Ladic' Underwear from 15c to $2. Don't fail to examine commlealon appointed by the Illinois all these lines before you buy. Legislature to repair it found that it htB crumbled away too much to be repaired, -- It Matters s Not ! Are Simpfy Immense. after-noo- n. i NKW AI)VE BTl3F.JtK.Vrti. HUGHES & TATE. piper. Oatiihiiink IiAiidiiMAS', ol the West Knd, waa the guest ol Mrn. J. W. MtfH Biushman. Hon. BhicjciniuikikJonw, of St. Louie, waa here to attuud the sale of his father In-ia- u'd estate. Miia. W. K. Gaiinbtt and son, Mr. Fred Garnett, of Cavo City, weto guetta of Mrs. J.S. Wee. Mil W. J. Yaobb, of Louisville, win up sgniu SuntUy and knotting ones now sy tliodato is Ax-- d. -- 1 r t John Anderson old to Robinson, of Garrant, a small hunch of two and three year-ol- d cittlo at ttc. Mh. K. L. Pi'dmkiiar, of Louisville, spent Heveral duja with his parent, Col and Mrs. W. IJ. Dudderar. J.T. Jonw has accepted a position as traveling salesman with Stratum te Tern taggo Stove and Tin Honae, Louisville. GkOMiK LkkJamkh, who runs ou the loc.il, hail his ankle hiidlv sprained while letting cars out of the mine switches Saturday. Mn. Iluon SiAMiKNT will move hi family to Crab Orchard and give his exclusive attention to the manufactory of tobacco. Dn. T. M. Lewis, who has been ill for have taken full possession of it. I solicit some time, waa in town yesterday look a sbaro of your patronage promising to you. P. W. ioK better than his friends expected to do my best to entertain Green. ae him. Miss Lima Lackev, of Lincoln counIt iseald that the rain falls on the just ty, is a guest of her brother, Mr. Sam as well as the unjust, but earthquakes Lackey, College street. Harrodaburg evidently disturb only the unjust. If Damocrat. anybody here heard or felt the earth Mks. Dm. II. LI. HouniOAN, of Marion, quake be baa kept it mighty quiet and aad MIm Minnie Kupley, who la teach we have talked to many who were up at ing school in Boyle, are visiting at their 5 a. m. father, Mr. II. 0. Bupley's. First Hop. The first hop of the seas Mn. W. II. Stiwaut, repreBentlng the on by "The Chapae dea Fees" will bo World's Dispensary Medical Association of BnlTalo, N. Y., waa here yesterday to given at tho Now Gllcher Tuesday night, November 12. Saxton's full orcheatra make a contract for advertising. Holmes, of Crab Orchard, will furnish tho mufcic, and the affair will Mas. Sun was down Sunday to see her daughter, be aa elegant in all its appointments as Mrs. George Lee Jamen, who continues this club's dances usually are. Danville Advocate. ill at The Joseph 1'rico Hospital. SiiANKBleft yesterday for Miaa Fannie A iiBi'HRTKii ol tnin paper saw Gen. IvOuiavllto nnd thenco to St. Joseph, Mo., Hardin at Harrodhurg, Sunday, when to visit her cousins, the MfBaos Woodron, ho appeared in fine spirits nnd looked with whom alio will remain some time. like a winner. "I'll go to Louisville with Mifa I'kakl BriiNstnK will leavnThttra 25,000 plurality," he Baid, which means day for Atlanta, where she will be met by that he thinks nia plurality will be 15.C00 .Mr. and Mr. E. I. Owsley, who are to 20,000. Noticing a Bradley button on the exposition. Shu will Bpend the tho lapel of his coat our nihil asked the winter with them at Columbus, Ga general what he meant by that. "It's Oait. I'hilO. Phk-i-, of the K. 0. di the only wav I keap Bradley with me," vision, and one of the cleverest as well a as his latu'hing response. ns one of tho most accommodating coTub Weaiern Union will send the asnductor on tho road, has just returned sociated piea ditpatuiiei about tho elecfrom n visit to hla old homo in Coving nnd fornsuinll fee you tion hen ton. udmitaion to the room to hear can Cait. 1 iiomas Hichaiuis and wlfo will the Mr. J. S Rice will remain up tako charge of the Myers llotifo an long as anything of importance is and will be warmly greirted by many sent nnd will bo assisted by Train Disfrlende. Mr. Green, the retiring host, patcher W. F. Sheridan. Tho wires will takes with him the good wIpIipu of all his Uh run to tho where overy-hnpatron". can get n comfortable Beat. Ladies Tiik Louisville Times of Saturday con invited and admitted free. tains pretty good pictuM-- of Misses Jauo Faulkner, daughter of Senntor Faulkner Beach A Boweiis' Minstrels stand over of W. Va , Flora Wheatley, of Americus, anything that has been hero in a long Ga., and MUs Amelia Feareon, cf Har time and their entertainment waa heartrodsbnrc. a trio of bnuities well known ily enjoyed by a good audience. Nearly bore where they visited the Mifsea Al nil the features wero now and corn. and there was hardly a dull moment from Miss Blpsib Hocoiiton, npretty young tho rise of the curtain to its fall. Beach ladv of Knoxville. ropreaontlng the aud Bowers are a whole show in themSouthern Library Association, is at Mrs. selves nnd never failed to bring down the Lewis Dudderar's boarding house- and houao. Instead of the usually tiresome will canvass tho town for n circulating li after piece, Mr. Bowers gave an exhibibrary. She has secured a number of tion of his troupe of trained dogs, which members at $t 60 and it is hoped that wan most remarkable, tho littlo canines she will moot with oucounigoment evory Bhowlng nlmoat human sense aa well aa demonstrating bow grent wao tho pawhore. tience and work necessary to obtain such perfection in dog acting. CITY AND VICINITY. ma I have an overstock of wire and elat cblmi agalnit atij firm will please present having Ihcm To avoid carrying stock over tho win fence made of oak pickets; the best fence (or tttlleinent Dee, i, 189;. to J. T. Jones, Mgr. ter, I am selling boxing, studding and in tbu market. In order to reduce stock joint nt a lower price than they were ev- I will sell it extra low price for the I at er offered In this market. A. 0. Sine. O. Sine. next 30 days. A. I will, a adtninlnrtatcr of tho late U. Stagp, The lawyers appointed to examine Don't you need uomu knives, forks or acll at auction to the highev bidder J. before the Ethalbert Dudley Scott reported that he spoons? Remember everything goes a door In Stanford, oo had pwwsd a thorough aud highly cred redurfd prices. A beautiful selection of Monday, Doc. 1895, itable examination and be was admitted rings Come and look them over ' Court day, hia If "iff Conntyon the lUngitij FARM OK us to tho bar. ACRHs lying Fork, 4 milea from Fenny' Drag and Jowolry 'Uore. Stanford & 1. STAGO, Admr. 7, td We will no longer handle gentlemen's E.s r.usiASTic. Dr. Edward Alcorn clothing aud decire to sell our present wri'---- , from Hustonvillo to the Danville Public 3alo stock entirely out. Call in nnd see onr Advocate that Gen. Hardin's majority in goods which are going at about cost. W. thia county will bo 200, while Mr. North's U. Shanke. will exceed that figure 100 or more. Jtavinj: rented out my farm and gicnup will, at my teMdenco near AlcCormack'i Goon reports come from every precinct Joe Jones shot his brother in- Meeting Hiuie, on the btanfoid .V Mil.'edL'cvllIc Shot in the county and if the democratic tick Turupikr, about five mllea WW of Stanford, on law, Jim Browninir, a few days ago near ot don't get a good majority from beginMilledgeville. They fell out over a Nov. 21, 1895, ning to end we will take down our sign child. The wounds aro in the shoulder Sell at public auction to the highest bidder my as a prophet. nnd arm and are not serious. Jones es- personal property coDtittlng of Three wotk raulei, a mateji and colts, i work Friday next is Arbor Day and a legal caped and is still in hiding. none, 3 milk cowi, j lat cattle, jj towa and shoati, 80 aheep, about 100 barrel ot corn the will be closholiday. The public schools fodder, It is all over but the shouting. Look cilb, asoihoeka ofortorghum 3 tuckt of inhay, ed aud every scholar will be expected to about so shocks with granng landi for tho democrats to shake the top oh" the on which to feed the fodder and aorghum, 2 set out a tree. Some of the schools will wagon and a general lot ol farming implement e wheu tho good Alto a lot of household and kitchen furniture have exercises appropriate to the day. news comes in. Our business manager m Terms For all sums of I10 and under cash: nrrangements to get all the over that amount a credit of six months on note I have refitted and refurnished the has made with Kcod aecunty, bearing interest fiom sale and county returns by 0 o'clock. payable in bank. Commercial Hotel at McKinney and by mutual content niCCHT JLlkJOUJjU TITMAM 1 Htos. lUll. all priom Auy and I I Tbo firm ofIcn CQ O IiASTD FOB. SALE coim-aouie SO cm rd rH .,-- H on getting the best article for your money when you buy of us. Wc carry none but the best goods and you may depend 9th, We are in touch with the largest importing and up to date houses in America. And we show the newest styles, in all department. 9 of Personal Property! farm-im1 Ul rj3 rH rM iii 0 r. CfnO j3 We mean by this that we are never undersold and irr most cases sell goods far below our competitors. Our plan enables us to lead in prices. Thursday, 0 G3 I lJj ' Wc are in the business to sell goods and know we must jjj have them to sell thenr. Therefore we have purchased I the largest stock of Dry Goods, Clocks, Underwear, Gloves, Hosiery, Boots and Shoes ever brought here. court-hous- ht If you have a little money and want to make it go a long ways go Severance & Son's Cash Store. m m 7 td m m North's majority should be at least 250. He has mado a good fight and finished the course and ought to be Ccal haa advanced. It has not with handsomely rewarded. Mr. Burch is al- not so long a we can buy at present us and will figures for The best Jellico per bushel so worthy and well qualified. Vote ..ia cents S'orth Jellico lump per bushel..... 10 " The both by putting your cross under tho The best Jellico No. 2 In Notth 9 ' Manchester Lump 10 " rooster. No" Mn. EDWARD CARTER. Severance & Son. HOLLOW" WARE ! It is Hoported Th.at ". Bird Eye Cannel One cent for delivery, - have no local ticket out in Boyle county It is reported that us the republicans ...j7 R. R. NOEL & SO.V. 9 they will rush negroes from that county to vote in this, but this is to inform them that the democratic managers aro on to thoBchemo and will be especially prepared to circumvent it. rain ceased be-foro Sale of Personalty. Having sold my larm and deteimtned to go West, I will sell my personalty on the premises on quadruple Silver Plate, Nut Bowls, Tea Sets, Water Sets, Pickle Castors, Cake and Syrup Stands, Berry and Jelly Bowls, Butter Dishes, Pudding Dishes, Glove Boxes, Jewel Cases, smoking sets, astron-omizer- s, rosej'ars, etc., etc. All New And Up to Date An Ironclad Guarantee with each piece. ! Thursday niptht Tuc Beginning at 10 a. m., as follows: half.enough had fallen. The indi- One saddle and harness horse, i large work mule, work horse, a cations now are for cloudy weather and horses, i mare and colt, i aged horse, four milk cows, good onei, i hoiter, three No amount of rain poasibly rain yearling betters, ao lat hogs, 14 shoats, will keep the republicans from the polls, wagon, carriage, spring wajon, half inBinder and in however, nnd we appeal to democrats to terest onea Wbitcley corn planter. also a half interest in Other larmmg bo as patriotic. Don't let any thing keep implements too numirous to mentiou, also my household and Kitchen furniture you from voting. 'Iexms All sums of io ami under cash, over 1 three-jear-old ke to-da- Wednesday. Nov. 20, '95, 1 two-hor- y. DANKS, The Jeweler. Our tickets have been scratched before we put them on our goods 1 1 two-hor- vis-ilin- g iu Farmers Tiik Cincinnati Southern put on an u est. Ncics niKotiablo and payable be appioted llanksliustCo of Mamoid, and to Sunday. Trains South now bctore removal cf property. train B. V HAYDKN, pass Junction City at 11:37 a. m., 11:33 r, 71 Walnut Flat, Ky m.. 12:02 si., 1:09 a. si. and S: 10 i si , the latter stopping there. Northbound, they niisu at 3: Kl a. si.. 15:37 a. si.. 0 A. St.. n:5t l'. si. and 1:K) i. St. This seems to give At the residinre of the lute Daniel II. Stage near lliigl t's Mill 03 the Hanging l'orl., I wnl connections both North and South. sail at public auction on ex-tr- that amount a credit of six months without Inter A Straight Ticket. Sale of Personalty. 8tli, YOUR ADVANTAGE. lap JUL -- g'" ui-w- to-d- ay court-hous- e, dy The democrat who prescribes a man NOV. 1S95, because of nia religion bus forgotten the Ihs personal piopeity consisting ct traditions of his party. Our platform expressly declaree agulnet micli bi'tion too 31 Horses and Mules, 18 Steers, Cows and Eeifers, nnd yet men who call themselves demoother of oxen. crats s.iy they will support no Catholic. A L'ood voke stitep, lotJersey cows and amount cat of ol shonts, large tle stock, 50 That kind of n spirit is unworthy of the aiming utensils including one new mower, rs, &c, and household and kitchen furniture present sgo nnd oughtto bo discouraged Lot of Corn, Oats and Whe.tt Also 3S'hates of stock in the Danville A: Crab of tho free and homo of the in thia laud drchara Turnpike. Tkiims All snms of $10 and under cash, over bravo. FRIDAY, Our .tock is now complete. We have again replenished for the fall trade and are giving you unequalled Jo SL Ji, JL JU S, I Din-- v IN- s Ssiall Fikk. Sunday afternoon pb est. that amount a credit till Jan I, S P Si'AOO, Admr. 'o6, without Inter- Messrs. G. O. Keller, Jr., and J. M. wero returning from Harrodaburg flrst-cla- ts - about 5 o'clock they saw tho meat house of Mr. G.T. Kelley, near Stanford, afire nnd getting out of their buggy helped him put it out, after most of the roof had been consumed. It caught from thooxplosion of on oil can caused by a boy throwing a lighted match on it. OBFOLIC AND OVERCOATS C2Xo-fe.b.in.i I RAILROAD. TICKETS ALL POINTS: SOLD TO CHILDREN'S SUITS. We Can save You IN- - " WnAT is the outlook?" waa asked of Chairman G.B. Coopor of the Campaign Committee, yesterday. "There is not the least trouble If democrats will only go to the polls nnd vote and I believe most of thorn are determined to do so. In the event they do, wo will win both in our local and the State race in Lincoln county by from 150 to 250 majority. We have got the votes, thero is no doubt about that. All wo need is for them to coma out and assert themselves and old Lincoln will bo gloriously redeemed." The same question was put to Hon, R. C. Warren, chairman of the democratic county committee. "I don't see" said he "how our majority can be less than 150. I believe the democrats are alive to tho Importance of winning this election and will poll the largest vote in a long tima." Your rl'- - Cuina clocka at Danks. - - Read Danka' hollow waro "ad." r i Return to W. S. Em-brreceive reward. and The Ohriatian church baa put up a now furnace to heat up the cold members. Lost overcoat. y CounT. Charles Renner, a former citizen of Gormany.lhaving complied with the other requirements of the law, renounced his allogianco to Emperor Circuit OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, W.SSOUBI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ABK&giSflS, CALIFORNIA, ML TEXAS, BS WEST, H0MH-WE5T, - 50BIH-WE- Hats, Caps, Mclntoshes, Shirts and Umbrellas Our Stock Cannot be Surpassed in quality or price. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Prompt attention given to mail orders.' Window glai cut to meaauro without charge, for salo bv W. B. McRoberts. i - A new pair of shoes may save you a Bpell of sickness. Severance & Son. i Btore-rooms i in centre of Two good for rent. Apply at this oilice. town r I iiavb a lot of fencing aud boxing to sell cheap, all seasoned- Joe Williman, I - Jumbo. Willintn and sworn to support the constitution of the U. S waa;5granted naturalization papers. Tho engineers paid oil the judgment in favor of Isaac Hamilton in full and the case was stricken from tho docket. The jury in the John Ball caso for setting up nnd operating a gambling device at Green Briar Springs failed to agree and he went back to jail. Robert Barnett; for assault on Thomas The report of the Commissioner of Lasloy plead aformer; trial aud acquittal and waa discharged. This waa the extent Immigration shows that 253.530 immigrants arrived in tho United States durof Friday's work and tho court adjourned till Wedaoadayjon account of tho elec- ing the last fiscal year. This is the smallest immigration since 1879. tion. 3. FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE NORTH AND EAST. HUMAN VEST1SUIED COACHES, SLEEPING AND DINING CARS SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS HEAD OVER THE MRFQLKWESTERN Time-Table, RAILROAI GLOBE, THEPrice Clothing House Strictly One Danville, CHCAPE8T, BEST AND Descrlptil Write for Tlates, Mata, 'amphlets, to any Station Agent, or to QUICKEST LINE. J. L. Frohman&Co., - W.'ll'wirrlU UUX0KK.YA. W. B. IV ILL, ALLCN HULL, M. T. Dlt.raue.f I"",ai8,0. trait. Tnttll BB00, Ytm. MUSOIX,T if - Kentucky. M -- s V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa: AT -- He Can't Split the Wood. ktjfifr" BETTER. Po- DUR0C HOGS all subject to register. lord. J. M. DB, W. &W McROnEKTS,tanboth sexes, service bo im jB. psJiTvNrsr, Pabllshed Every Tuesday and Friday APPLY TO Sa PKU YJCiVR 1T ADViVNOK JWWhon sot so paid b 93.60 will be charged." HAD SOMETHING nd 3 p. m. But "The Wonder" will burn it not split. cobs, etc, just suit it. Chunks, knots, sticks, H. B. MAH01TEY ..For., K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. " Trains leave Stanford (117:15 a. m arriving at 4:30 p. in. and o:o p. m. Tho aian MI10 Didn't HrllrTo In the tato tu n l'cn wiper. SAVES ONE HALF YOUR FUEL. Lilo, Firo or Tornado Insurance Your policy will be Issued promptly and trntwala carefully looked after. Nona but the best com panics roprescntid ODue on Mam Street, opposite St. Atsph Hotel. 69 im DcutlHt, t Stanford, Office on Msln Street, : Prat-Olf- Ky. ic Opposite th. L.&'.N. LOCAL TIME CAHD. n UUlllililUlMUH 1 No ashes, no dust, no smoke. Acts like a base burner. Call and nrrny-c- d A spare, ueivous looking man, it and then "Wonder" why you have not bought one long ago. in a rusty suit of black and carrying sec ; OCR IIl'STLINOINSURANCK MAN, No. u, Train going North. flOl SO " South No. ts, U.-- 11 a;p Xs ft m TO 11 04 4, ' ijpu QUEEN & CRESCENT. . Train t past Junction City at follows: No. t South ......ttS a m No. a North ...33? ...1.35 tt.15 a ra " 4 " ...... tl. 35 a m 6 " ...3.15 ...6.00 8.40 p m "10 " Not. 3 and 6 and 9 and to run no fur Not. her than Junction City, nor on Sunday. " " s " 9 " 3 and addressed himself to tho clerk : "I seo yon nso n rnw potato as a penwiper," ho observed. "Yes," replied tho hotel clerk, who p m bnppoiicd to bo at lcisnroand in n mood p ra to bo gracious. "It is jm good ns anyam pou from cor1 ra thing olso and keeps tho p ra a small valiso in his hand, went into one of the loading hotols tho other day W. H. WEAREN & CO. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutu- -! Life Ii.surtnie Co., of Detroit Mich, can write you all the most favorable plant nl Insurance. He a.so represents the old reliable Central Warehouse of Lomtville. Ky., and will For full Information a, totlmo of trains, etc. Tobacco to have a liberal share of your patronage. be glad tit any rcpreteu. stive !)i Kuur Kontr. Will be ready to coaler all the favors that can be. I). II. MAUTIN, O. McCORMACK, given by any warehouse Liberal cash Pans. Tratfic Mjr. Gen I'm. anil Ar consignments, both In the warv-houand country I will be at Stanford tvtry court day. Paitiet wanting liOKthtadt, prltpt or menerahMild address m at Paint Lkk Ky. OROHAUD, A771T, f 9 6a Prompt attention guaranteed. BIO-- : 4 :JR0XJTB, 'lit advance-nicnts-mad..- L GARDEN . roding." "Havo you over uintlo an estimato," ROYAI ,v.v.'sFv aw asked tho 6traugor, loaning forward and speaking in n confidential tono, "of tho probablo effect of tho general adoption of tho potato as n pcuwipor, or rather a pcusticker?" "I don't think I havo," said tho alork. is worth Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, FALLJ8Q5 SPRING AND SUMMKR. FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC. I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. S. 11. HAUGIIMAN. If i That is moroly tt bin,l. Tnlicrt ami crushed o order Corn. Rve. Shin'tuff. Oats. liar- r...c tho beginning. I havo spoken only of ley and Ilran. Remember all Feed ordert must be accoinpame mart the cash. Address cr call on tho hotols. Tho uso of tho potato as a & . A cream of tarter baking pow- poifstioker is growing constantly. It is Ky. der. Highest of all in leavening spreading to mercantile establishments. tho Imagine strength. Latest United States when thowhat will bostoresconsequences aud ofllcos hotols and Government Food Report. of this town nso np 100.000 selected poThink of it I Tho tatoes every day ROYALAKING POWDER CO., enormons total of 30,500,000 potatoos, 106 Wall Street, New York. or 305,000 bushols in ono year in Chipotato evory can get cago nloue I all the UTr"C"C ' "'" take In trade hideileather on gono to waste Andpotato, blamedno good lor for cash or fllJJljO. Stanford or at my home In sir, is A court days at when it is stuck full of ink. It is renChat. Enntlin, Tanner. dered absolutely valuoloss. Imagiuo, if B. Cattleman. A. G. Lanhatp you can" John "Say, aro you" "No, sir. I am not a potato enthusiast. I am a plain citizen, with n hoad for figures and tho figures toshowforit. With a view of doing what ono man Ready-mad- e or made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any nun. can do to provent u custom thoughtlessly and inadvertently adopted from becomiug a national calamity," ho pro! ceeded, oponiug his valiso, "I havo invented a little nrrangomeut of wood, &OASTLEMAA leather and tissno paper. I call it tho comprehensive penwiper. It is, as you MANAGERS, seo. very much moro ornamental than a Oommerce Building, Loui&ville potato. It is cheaper. It involves no wasto of n useful food product. Rouow-e- d Agqnts throughout the South onco n week, it will last a year at a I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and expense of" on easy monthly payments, or.any other terms to suit the purchaser 'v7, A. TSI3BLS, Looal Agoat, total POWDER J. II. HAUGIIMAN. your vhilo, sir," "It tho man in black, speakiug earnestly and hurriedly. "Thero aro in this town today probably not loss thnn 200 hotols that habitually nso potatoes to stick thoir pens in. Each ono takes a fresh potato ovcry morning. That uses up 200 potatoes a day. In a bushel thero nro about 100 potatoes of tho sizo of this ono yon nro using. That makes two Try tome or our brandt and bushels a day, or 730 bushols a year. Do you begin to eco" STANFORD ROLLER MILLS Make the Best Gradesof Flour and Meal Patent No t, Alpino Snow, Fancy Family, you will have no other-Fa- ncy Utile of Lincoln and Creole. All Limit ol' Fruit and Ornaments! Trees, Boautify tho Ladies. Shrubs, Smalt I'ruits, Grape Vines, Aspartsut, Something to Ac, Ac. No agents, lluy direct and tavo men- Catalogues on application to Daily opemnin. New Hats, flowers and lacctl 11. r HILI.KNMKVKK. We give the assurance 10 the trade that they wll 6j im Lexington, Ky. find in our pslabllshtn'ent the ssme excluslvenett n style of patterns, hats and benneta and all the leading novelties In Millinery for which we ate known throughout the country. 1 have secured a trimmer for the Thanking you lor past favors, we repct Hotel of i) rooms with fixtures. Splendidly located, (ood car Jen and orchard line opening fully solicit your patronage heretofore so literally M D. DUODhllAR- for an enterprising man. Will be sold at a KATh DUDDKRAK, Matuger. For particulars call 1 or address, 1). II. KDMISl'ON, Agent, Crab Orchard, Ky. FOR SALE! 11 firsi-cla- st 1, tai-(rai- n. "W. S. BXJH.CH:, Attorney at Law, TO THE LADIES I Stanford, - - Kentucky. New goods of the latest styles Junt received. Call In and tee the largasl and best assorted Una ever brought to Mtantoid Prices as low as the lowest. MISSLICCIK IIKAZLKY. Stanford, Kr "My friend" "Wait a moment SEED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, RYE J.H.BAUGHMAN CO Oticeon Lancaster Street, opposite the Court House. Collections receive cspvcltl attentKin. 84 THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all TraiBS,nlsht and day. Patrons taken to any part ofiewn Free ef Charge. day. Absolutely Puro.l Proprietors, Stanford, Female -:- - Oollego, Ky. (cod Livery Attacked. Stanford, 8J. Fr rl Hotel J 00 pet A. II. lt.VSTIN, Prop. R. M. Ncwland, FallScssion Opens Sept. 3 W S. Uureh. Atty. at La ;DcrutySrierlll 1 I ! Otten-hel- ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, : Pricaary, Preparatery and Clltgtate Departments. Scientific, Classical ami SpUI CovrsM Pi Study Schools f Music, Art, French and KktCHttan. Lincoln Co., Kontucky Kest ttachers employed, each a specialist in her own Dcpartsnertt. We effer ossr servics a te the public tods a gen Hoarding pupils under tin direct supervision el eral Collectis etc llua..v Accruals, iMtet, om teackers. 11 eoltveted la all parts et the cuuatv. Ker lurthcr informaiton, addres, WILLIAM SIILLTON. President Buroli & ITowl&nd, Conoral Colloctors, Stanford, J. : T. : SXJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Oflsrs his services o the people ol West LinFull stock of Coffins and Caskett always on hand. D 8. Carpenter, Manager 9 coln and Cascr Counties. Attorney at Law, Stnulorcl, - - Kentucky. atK-ntk- Wallaoo E. Varnon, gln Insurance Company BARBEE H. J. M'ROBERTS. PIANOS and ORGANS I Willae. at Katcutor,Admlnistrmter and Assignee to Settle nents ol E. Special ttes, as Aito'tlty and Ha4 aad Divlaloa of Laitds. sUbU' OlTleeon LancasterSt. everSupt. W. K. a y'soitlca 90 BARKER HOUSE, J K. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Drug-Stor- BARKKR, Proprietor. STANFORD. KY. jstohtk west, ok . .IK yOU ARKGOING., THK want it." I give special attention to mail orders and carry "At a total osponse, I was about to best. of goods as can be round any where in tne lanu. say" I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than don't caro what tho expouso is. I "I sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. don't want it." "You don't, hoy?" 1ST Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. "No. I wouldn't havo a carload of Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, them as a gift." up her class in Music, but "Oh, you wouldn't! Yon don't caro this position does not give how soon there comes a shortago in tho teaching as before. Address I "I don't as fine a line Somerset. - - Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Dar. Kentucky. Stanford, Kv. Office over McKoberts' have ever in Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Lsrgp and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and olGce connected by Hlcctrlc Holls. Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 lluildirg. in the Owslcr ' THE Ii". RILEY HOUSE taking will continue but M.S. llALGHMiN. J. W. lUCCIIMAh. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, raorainTOws n niLBY. Proprlotor, London. - - - Kentucky. .virpur.d ih.n ever I have moved to my new Hotel and am better to accommodate the public, uood Livery attached and every convesleaca da. ird. Give ra. a call. alTRANK R1LKY, 77 Louiivillc 4 NasHVILic R. R. If the line for you, at Its Double Dally Trains Makejclose connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all pointt. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. DAGGAGE CHECKED THROUCH Kor any information enquire of JOES. KICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky THE ATLANTA EXPOSITION potato crop and tho prico runs up to $10 a bushol That's tho sort of man you aro, is it? You'ro willing to go ahead and plunge tho country into a potato f amino, aro you? Rather than spend 25 cents for a useful invention, you'd seo tho wholo darned country starve, would you? A man, sir, that will stand right up in tho faco of facts and statistics a man that can't be reached by figures and doesn't caro for figures is a man, sir, that would havo committed tho crimo of 1873 if ho'd had tho chuncc. That's all, sir!" Ho put tho comprohonsivo penwiper back in his valiso, shut the latter with a loud snap and with a look of lordly scorn strode away. Chicago Tribune. P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. I LOOK HERE LIVERY, FEED & SALE DONT FOROKr TH AT STAKLE, Kontucky. THE FAVORITE MILLS, Stanford, first-cla- ss Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of The Ulval Hcautlci. Dear Girl I wouldn't go down in a WILL BE HELD coal miuo for tho world. Sept. 18th to Dec. 31st, 1895. Rival Bolle It's nothing. I wont down in ono onco. On ground traveried by rill i 'pit, over which Dear Girl I know I'd get all black Sherman threw the firt shell into Atlanta 31 years ogo, the Exposition it tasi taking shape, rhe exand look liko a fright. cellent railway facilities ot the great Rivul Belle I spent an hour iii ono, aud nouo of tho party spoko of nny chango in my appcarauco when wo camo out. Doar Girl But you aro a very pronounced brunette, you know. Now ROUTE York Weekly. Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. Wc handle r nothing but reliable and approved machinery, tome anu cxuiihul-oustock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting short and wc are offering special inducements to close out a nice line of Buggies and Surreys. , W. L. WITHERS, S.Iesman.. . Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, AT McKINNKY. KY, II you need livery gle us a call. Nethlng but turnouts will leave our stabl. Soe us Have jusl beca ovtrhauled and repaired fio bottop by tho fatunui Rtchwum tom to Clly Mill lor rates. In our Works, of Uichiuend, Ind . aud with capacity now increased, are doing more and bvtler wort: HARNESS SHOP than ever before, and with the old reliable D V Kenotdy at head miller, you are sure of good You will find s good assortment of Harness, lis lln tuie and bring us Saddlrw.&i Have veur rvpalrmg done by Flesir and fair treatment our man, he understands his busioois. Wc have a your grlndiccand when hujli. call lor our old -- nd wall cstablisned mechanic in our brand., Favorite Patent, Ladies' 1'avorilc and Rakers Choice. HA IKS A SON, BLAOKSMITH.SHOP. Successor to K. L. Tanner Farorlto Milling Co. worlc and Wlllguaranttfnrtt-cUsiiitactr Tiy our ho" sltocr. d'L s FOR SALK IJlue-Gras- S s Farms near Two Good Hustonville, Lincoln Co., Ky. G. B. COOPER, Proprietors of......... Livery and FecdS tabic. FIRST-CLAS- S A i QUEEN AND ORESCENT wJTWWP ail &W p J THE IILUK OKAbS HERD OK IkDuroc R. H. . - Jersey Red Swine Bronaugls, Pror, ....., . - Frstf;- aQ&LVt!Ji J'HTJJl.Vj43XMi3S' oral) urccara, ivcnmcity. AnJ;iti connections to Atlanta, together with low Willing to Accommodate. railway rates, will enable the people to make a delightful trip at but small expense. Pretty Girl (looking in crowded eleThe Queen & Crescent runs superb vettluuled trains with through sleepers and carrying P irlor, vator) Can you squeozo mo in thoro? Cafe and Observation Cart, Irom Cincinnati direct Polito Young Man (promptly) I to Atlanta, passing through Georgetown, Lexington, Soraenet and Harriman en route. More than don't know, miss. But I can come out too tullea shortest line Special low reduced rates to the Exposition Ask your Queen & Crescent aud squeezo you. Now York World. agent something about it In detail. Write to rorcetful. Chattanooga, Tenn. A. J. LYTLK, D. P. A., CHAS. W. ZELL, D. P. A., - - Cincinnati, O. For free inforrr ation and printed matter. UVC. RINEAKSON, G. P. A., - - Cincinnati. Stock. Breeders secured from tno bwt hrdt ale fro. a th belt typis of Rejtstere in several dlfe'eot States. Correspondence Sollcitc--1 EggfiZBl ESFtgi'gd JHEpjH I Tho lieinot Mrs. Amerlcn Hsiley, deed., offer lor sate her two Farms, situsled al ut ono milH west of Huttonvidv, in Lincoln county, on t!. two Kanoa Ilradfordsvitle turnpike road. Tho adjoin and taken together contain 310 arres el land and can be divided so as to Include about 140 acres In the home place and oo acres in the eth cr. The buildings and improvements on each aro comfortablt) aud substantial. Kach ot the fur ins is well watered and convenient to good schools and churches Terms reasonable. Title clear. Kor lurthoi inlonnatl.in spply to either of ut. J. P. IIAILr.Y. htanford, Ky., J. V. HOCKKR, Hustonville, Ky. r6 KAYETrE DUNLAP, M. D., Danvllle, Ky. SrANFUUD, KY. Haviig bought ff P. W. GreCM his Llverrhua. Best and added new bugjiM and horses, we are TURNOUTS rt' Carri-aKMnf- ul On short notice. The tratrlinft public will find ut always ready and willing to lurnlth Drum-meWagon., tiiihcr single or double, or kinds at very LOW PRICES. Tha boys in ami around town will also find ut the people to deal wilh. Stup with us when in town at courts and entertainments and your hone aud vehicle will be well tared for. G, H. COOPIfK Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. 87 . , Farmers BanMTrnst Is new fully organised and FIRST NATIONAL BANK Co O F.STAN FORD, KY. KV, OrSTANKORP ready (or busitesi vrltl tiM ltttsB&I tfliC. tw . ttttBUtPiB jwjmMHk """" Paid up Capital of Surplus, . Portland. .To the San Francisco. NBTIBCWEOT .... Via The mn )) tOUISVUtt, MtW AL3AKY & CHICAGO RT (.(Q--' Only Dining Car Route From xotrxsirxxxE j TO CHICAGO. "sxtssxtJ Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled siunnr of Modern Pattern. For'mapar any Information, address f E.u.H. BACO.V, 1TRANK J. REID, r. a . O. 1. Agent jor Louisville Chicago. Attention of the public it invited to tha fir (hat this Is tho only National Hank in StanforJ Under the provisions of the National Dank are secured not only by th. caoltal 3UCCKSSOK to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor as! amouut equal to tho stock, so that depositors ol UANK OK STANFORD, Institution are secured Now closing up) with the samt, assets aud under this sworn statements of the by a fund of $400,000. rive condition of the bank the same management. are made each yearlo the United States gov.rn-mtntaIly provisions or Its chatter, depositors are at Ittuttcts are examined at stated timet aa are depositors in National fully protected by government agents, thus socunngaddititooa tanks, iU shareholders being held Individually and perfect safety to depositors. tiaole to the extent of the amount of their stock This institution, originally established as tha therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the Deposit Rank of Stanford amount invested In such shares. It may act as tied at the National llank in i8S8, then ol Stanford in iSoiand eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully M again at the Hirst National Rank ol an individual. hat To those who entrusted their bultinest to ns Sualord in tS3j, of had practicaUyan uninterrupted existence while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol now with facilities for yeart. It it better supplied transacting Stanford, we we here tender our many thinks sn4 ly and liberally than ever before business prompt in its long trust they will continue to transact their businosC honorable career. Accounts of corporations; and fiduwith us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenciaries, firmt and Individual r.tpectfully tolic- tion to same, our twenty years' experience la accommodations as are banking and as liberal Tha Directory of thit llank 11 compoied ol with sound banking. Forcttua Held, Lincoln county; S.T. Harris, Lincoln; ptHicToat; J J. Williams, ML Vernou; J. II. Collier, Lincoln; . II. Stuults, Stanford; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; J.'S. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Ilaughman, Lincoln; " cos-titte- nt - Capital Stock- Surplus - $200,000, 20,000. " 3200,000 23,700 nd S.J.Embry, Stanford; Professor (about to start on his wedding trip bids his parents farewell, then to his youug wife) Goodby dear goodby. J. B. Owsley, Stanford; J. P Cash, Stanford; WlUiain Gooch,,StacljrdJ 1 joub. . ! i i i- - INSURE to c,u fcr .M0NON. Route, j . j I ! . . iu, "What, yon are iayiug goodby to me A. W, Carpenter, Millc'gtvilU, W. H.iCummins,;Piechersin too!" "Why, that's so, you aro goiug with ma I" Buch fnr Alio. HIGGINS & McKINNEY, A Ki. S, U. flhtnkt, President, Or. J.'B. Owsley, Cathitr, . W. M. llrigbt, T.ller. j. W. A.Trlbble, Stauford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Htanford; K. L, Tanner.JMcKlnney; m41, J- - Miller, Mt. Vernon.Kv E.IIocker, J. S.Hocker, Stanford;! j President; Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A A. McKlnney, Ant. Cashier JJ - ' s 1 .. '. 'JL t,, !.. -ii. 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