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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895110801 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 Weekly Interior Journal VOL. XXIII. W1LUAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. - STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1895. . as LANCASTER, CARRAnD COUNTY. " NO. 72 For w Mrs. S. Walton Forgy, nee Miss returned home this week TheeartliQiiaku last week was felt by -- Mr. ami Mrs. J. M. Ktlleon Imvu n a number of our people, but no damage Tho hearty congratulations of her friends new daughter at their home. here are tinged with sincere regret that was reported from its visit. Elder J. G. Livingston preached hero j Florence Vowell has greatly improv. we have to givo her up to become a resilast Sunday nt tho Christian church. store-rooWe wish occupied by Charles dent of another community. Malum Jihs uuen edhls Mra. J. M. few Wheeler by the addition of an Iron roof. Mies Lizzie a long nnd happy life with vIsitinK tho Atlanta exposition for a Fishing on Green river is very good her chosen consort, .las. Frye spent n weeks. now. Felix Twid well recently caught a couple of days In Cincinnati last week. A party of aovernl of our pcoplo will four pound hues several miles below Lib- While there he says he made a killing in leBve Friday for Atlanta to visit tho erty in addition to a g ud stria,; of auuU the way of buying good goods at low priSouthern exposition. ces. That over popular traveling man of ler folio s. Hon. K. D. Perkins is having n very Jim Unblock aud Bob Patterson, two Boyle, L. Edeloo, was with us Wedneshandsomo residence built, which will ho colored youths, had a ecrap in which Jim day. Ho says Hustouvillo is the only one of tho finest in town whon compleproposed to do Bob up with n gun and a tow n in the State where he can feel safe ted. knlfn. Judge Camuitz took a hand aud in Arranging his valuable stock of sample Tho WilllamnburK foot hall leata shoes in it room nnd then go nway leavimposed a i'J line on Jim. will play tho home team at Son era t, Sheriff Adams, of Casey, passed ing tho door open. Our popular Deputy Nov. 10, and on Suturday, Somen et will through here en route to Anchorage, In County Clerk, Jas. P. Goode, reports concome hero and play our team. charge of au old German lady, who had siderable business in his line Just now. Tho younn people's BOifotlas of been pronounced insane, whom he was George Prewitt, who lino been very ill Christian Endeavor had a social at th with typhoid fever, is again to bo seen taking to the asylum at Anchorage. academy homo Wednesday oveninj: Willis Anderson, a welUknown and ou our streets. Glad to see you out, Tho socials nro well attended and highly respected colored citizen, died George. Mrs. Mary Hopper, of Perry-vill- e, much enjoyod by tho young people is visit! g tier daughter, Mrs. Rose Thursday night. Ho was US years of age Tho young people of tho town gavo and iu ante helium dayH belonged to an Bruce. T. H. Johnson, of Albetnarlo Mr. and Mrs. Walker Mason a very pleas old nud prominent family whoso name X. 0., returned home Wednesday of last ant surpriso last Thursday evening. he bore. week without purchasing the stock he There were about 20 present nnd went The Kidd's Store quill driver notes desired Geo. Weatherford, of Somerset' home, reporting a very pleasant time. the fact of having a blacksmith that came in Saturday aud returned Tuesday The election is over Iu Wnitluy and shoes horees with kid gloves on his after voting Mrs. Matt Thomson is out tho majority for Bradley is 1,I0. JJrad-le- y hands, hut modestly makes no allusion again alter a severe attack of sciatic and Mardin both ran slightly a head to the rumor that thoy also have a wife rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Charles of tholr tickets. Tho vote was the heav-leWheeler and son, Carl, united with the beating blacksmith. over polled In the county, which was Tho many friends of a prominent Presbjterian church by letter last Sun partly duo to tho fact Ohns. Finloy, tho young meichaut hero were grieved re- day morning. Jas. Ccok is still on a candidate for secretary of State, HveH cently to see him toll a chicken from the furlough here and looks quite used up by here and much work was done to bring street into his store nnd shut the door. his spell of recent sickness. Mies Ida out tho vote. Everything passed oil What happened after the door was shut Twid well and her sister, Mrs. Forgy, nro quietly, thure not being n single dltUcul-t- y will never he known ns dead chickens visiting iu DanvillM this wctik. in the county nnd no druuu men were tell no thles. to bo seen here. MORE THAN HE COULD BEAR. Prayer meeting at tho Presbyterian , st The president has issued his proclamation naming Thursday, Nov. -- Sth. ns tho day of Thanksgiving and says: "The constant goodness and forbearance of Almighty God, which havo been vouchsafed to tho American people during the year which is just pRst, call for their sincere acknowledgement of devout gratl. tude. On that day lot us forego our nsu-a- l occupations, and In our accustomed places ol worship pin in rendering thanks to the Giver of every good and perfect gift for tho bounteous returns that have rewarded our labors in the fields and in the busy miitn of trade; tor tho peace and order that have prevailed throughout tho land; for our protection from peatileocontid diro calamity, and for other blessings that have been showAnd ered upon us from an open hand. our thanksgiving, let us humbly with beseech the Lord to so Incline the hearts of the people unto Uim that Ho will not leave us nor forsake us as a nation, but will contintmto us His mercy and care, guiding ub iu the path of national prosperity nud happiness, imbuing us with rectitude and virtue and keeping alive within us n patriotic love for tho free Institutions which have given to us our nntional heritage. And let us also on the day of our thanksgiving espocinlly remember the poor and needy, aud by deeda of chnrity lot us show tho In witness alncerlty of our gratitude. wbereol I have hereunto set my hand and caused tho seal of the United Statea pro-tectin- g tobeailixel." - Mayor Pingreo was elected to hla fourth term ns mayor of Detroit by nearly 10.000 majority. Secretary Carlislo voted the straight democratic ticket, nnd came near losing his vote by otTering to B,l ' 'l to au inquisitive outlrngist. Brico mid Gorman; two corrupt tricksters secret Bllies of tho republican party and ready for n sell out at any time, were beautifully laid out yesterday. Govington Commonwealth. Pittsburg last Tuesday received Mr. Andrew Cnrnegie's splendid gift of a $1,000,000 library, music hall nud art and was also informed that ho would endow tho library with another million. Mr. Carneglo also proposed erecting free libraries at Carnegie, and Homestead gal-lorDu-ques- y, Fivo of tho Bweutefl words In tho En. glish language begin with H: Heart, Hope, Home, Happiness and Heaven. nnd homo is a Heart is h heart-placand that man sadly mistak-et- h, wtio would exchange the happiness of home for anything less than heaven. hopo-plBce, e; How to Prevent Croup. reading lhat will prove Intcreitlng .......... -- nthen. How toauard eamil ihe Some ills- - lo "croup nd to pot U terror to young mother jmd the cuje, flrtt them concerning object ot tbli itemtymptomi oiigin lhe U treatment ro Ch.Idren who cold. or croup croup ti KubJect to It tke celd very, ea.ily and follow. The l.r.t ymptoni U hoar.c lure to oon followed by peculiar rough thu U cauKh, which it ea.dy recognU.d and will never hai heard it. The time by vVfaretten 'arid fint becomep home If act when the given all rharnberUin'i Cough Kemedy it will oo Jltappear. fiTen cough ha. developed it will prevent he attack. There i no danger In giving thu remedy tor It contains nothing injurlout. KT. HoUer, Stanford, For . ale by Craig advice- - Never leave home on a journey vr&out boUle of Chamberlain'. Colic, le ,u fu-cl- o?..Uhb7c5S? docker, Stanford, Ky. Brim-fiel- d able fortwouayi.noiu" Aw ChVmberllln'. SjfhM .' bottle of of The wife ot Mr. Leonard Welti. fromKa.t neuralgia bad been .ufi.tlng .leep or hardly to M, merchant .there Pain Balm, and er, rHanlord, Xy.jaj church will be held for the present at (i'M o'clock Wednesday evening. The prayer meeting services, which will be brief, will bo followed by a study of the Sabbath school letwon for tho next Sabbath, to which all Sabbath school teachers and all students of tho lesson are cordially invited to he present. There is nothing polite and genteel that Geo. Dinwiddle will not do to nc commodate his customers, but when Onen Williams nud Arthur Carpenter sent him a half gallon coal oil ctu by n little negro to fill with nil, after haying c it (he bottom out, aud George had po ired three gallons of oil into tho can he felt that he had been cruelly imposed" upon A word of warning la hereby given to tho boys who who think they find somo fun iu disturbing nnd carrying off bars, Ac, belonging to the public school property. The trustees know aud would have presented your names to the prosont graud jury had they not been solicited to wait uutil this no tice could bo given you. A negro acrobat, who gave himself the title of "a slick coon from Chicago,' gave open air exhibitions here ou tho streets Saturday and Monday. He was quite n skillful contortionist, mesmerist, iiiind reader aud sleight of baud performer. He had a graveyard rabbit's foot and when he made n paso with ft at his colored auditors they scattered like sheep. Lvon & Allen bought last week from Bud Dunn 03 fat sheep at lie; threo heifers from Gil Cowan at 2c; hogs nt from J. J. MolCinnoy 50 UJc. This week thoy bought 15 cowb aud heifers from Whitley A Farris, ot Boyle, ut UAjfliul sold to saino linn 00 head of feeders at Sc to 3J Lust Saturday J. W. Allen bought from Allen & Lyon Uosheep at Jc; also & sheep nt 3c; nlso one car load butcher's stuff from Georgo Cunningham nud others at 'Jc, nnd a lot of yearlings ut 3c. Jus. Harper bought last week 11 cotton mules from J. K. Baughman. Llection Tuesday passed off quietly so far ns the votiug wna concerned. With a few exceptions everybody whs sober and in n good humor. A full voto was cast. As usual tho colored brother was out iu full force and iu his glory. We saw one gentleman rnnko ineffectual attempts to bribo one of a number of tbem to condescend to do a few minutes' work for him for a quarter, but no coon could be found who could apnro tho time from the polls to earn it. Thompsio Cooper was with us and showed that ho had lost none of his old time hustling qualities on election day. Geo. Bradloy nnd Jess Austin helped Marshal Devers to hold down tho street corners, but made no arrests. Precinct went republican for the first time. Tho present board of town trustees presonted n petition to tho people for reelection, bad it duly signed by the proper numbor of voters and gave it to Col. W. H. Miller to take to Stanford and preaont to the county clerk to bo placed on the official ballot. He carried it in his pocket until too late and eo we bad no ticket for town trustees to vote for last Tuesday. We would be glad for the editor of the Interior Journal to indicate just what is our status now under the new constitution, for nobody hero seems to know whether the old board will holdover, or the county Judge appoint a new board, or whether we will be without, a board, or whether the stars will fall, the moon turn to blood, anarchy and confusion reign supreme and everya. thing go to the demnition out-house- ! Cinlilfr and a llouril Mr. ltfulni; PcjmrU. "1 don't btliup It." wlil Mr. KUlng energetically in ho wtnk down In nn the door slummed U'himl him. 'Believe whntr" nuked Jin. Rising. Afir ii I)Icniwliiii About le notos" replied Mr. lttslng. "Who wild ho hntl, "Why, that our onihler Iitws uttered fnlso John J" Inquired s "Hill Jonas was hinting nrnund about 'fly MMhierV nnd tho way curious noto- - woro Hying round," rut timed Mr. RUiug gloomily. "I shouhm't care inuoh what 1)111 Jonua said," olkerved Mrs. Rising. "Ho must linvo hco.nl something, Km'ly," Mr. Itllng continued. "May bo the notes woro n mistake, anyhow, John," wild Mrs. Rising cheerfully. "Men don't rnnko mistakes of that kind, Ein'ly," said Mr RUlng dejectedly. Duw tho cashier sing much, John?" was Mrs. Rising's next intorrogntory. "Ho'll sing low for awhllo now, Mrs. Rising," Mr. RUlng growled. "Well, I never knew Bill Jonos had much of an ear for music, nnyway, John," rvmnrkod Mrs. Rising hopefully. "What In the name of hoiiso has thnt to do with it, Em'ly?" "Why, to tell that tho not oa were uttered wrong, John," said Mm. Rising, nnd then added half apologetically, "but perhaps ho curried a tuning fork." "Or possibly a toasting fork, or a tablo spoon, Km'ly," wild Mr. Rising, with bitter but unappreciated sarcasm. "Wake mo up, Ein'ly, in fivo minutes. 1'vo got to go down to a board mooting tonight," said Mr. Rising, throwing Mrs. Rising. lilm-M.'- lf on tho lounge. Mrs. Rising obediently roued her husband at tin) moment ludlentvtl nnd asked, "Why is it called n board meeting, John?" "Because flio directors and officers sit on tho hoard, Km'ly," returned Mr. Ris- S00-poun- ing. L'00-ll- ). "That's funny!" observed Mrs. Rising. "Is it linnl, John?" "Well, I've harder things, Ein'ly," 1 ing pursued the matter with growing Interest. "Is what narrow or wide, Km'ly," Mr. Rising qtioitloned in turn. "The IxKtrd you sit on," in all uncon- ftCioilSllDSh replied Mr. Rising. "How ninny men sit with you, John?" was Mrs. Rising's nest query. "About a dozen," cnroles.sly answered Mr. RMug. "Are you crowded, John?" "Wo occasionally crowd a follow out," replied Mr. Rising. "Is it narrow or wide, John?" Mrs. Ris- by tho door with his hat firmly on his head, "Km'ly, havo biscuit for breakfast and don't ha6 them half baked. Tliero are somethings a man cannot bear." And Mr. Rising shut the door bolund him. "I wouder," wild Mrs. RUlng to herself, "Km'ly," said Mr. Rising a., ho stood "If tho biscuit weren't right this morning. I thought they were done to ja turn. Men aro queer." Chicago TimuSrllernld. Gouerou. vV M Moo." "GIto yor a orange? Wot for?" "Cod that ono I bought kist week rmaa a "I gvo it to iny sister." Whew is it?" Sketch. bow-wow- Arthur Gardner lowered the world's bicycle. record for one mile flying atart. paced, making a new record of 1:42 at LooUfllle. 3-- The pupils of Grrrnrd graded school will observe Arbor Day Tho subject of Elder George Gow-endiscourse Sunday will be "The Purple Cup." In the recent voto for free turnpikes in Gnrrard there was a large majority in favor of free roads. Quite a curiosity appeared upon our streeta Wednesday in the form of a saddled cow. Some of tho republicans claimed it was a forlorn, famished, forsaken (democratic cow). Married ou Tuesday, Nov. 5tb, at Mr. Jako Joseph's drv goods store, Mr. W. C. Kendren, of Gilberts Creek, Lincoln county, to Miss Elizabeth Gaines near Red House, Madison county. The house of Mr. Taylor Rainoy on Sugar Creek was on Wednesday morning entirely consumed by fire. All of effects with very little or the house-hol- d no insurance was entirely destroyed. Thero will be a grand republican rally All of the republicans and many of the democrats will be out en masse to rejoice with their townsman, Col. W. O. Bradley, over hla victory. Tho following named gentlemen have beon elected as trustees of tho town for the ensuing year: Messrs. Theodore Currey, John M. Higginbotham, John O. Thompson, G. S. Greenleaf, Ephralm Brown, Sr., John T. Logan and John E. Stormes. Our distinguished citizen, Col. W. O. Bradloy, governor-eleof Kentucky, ban been nsked to take part upon Kentucky day, Nov. 16th, at the Atlanta exposition, but it is most probablo ho will be unablo to do so on account of preening busineeB. Garrard county comes to the front wherever she is placed. Woodford G. Danlnp, n native of Lancaster and for mnny yenrs n citizen, has just been elect ed representative from Fayette county on tho republican ticket. Garrard is justly proud of her former townsman nnd sends congrntulations. In tho election Tuesday tho republicans won in Garrard by n majority of 357 votes: The voto complete ia Hardin Bradley 1,471; Pettit 4; Demareo 34; Tyler 1,081; Worthington 1,352; for railroad commissioner, Alexander 1,090; Irwin 1,352; for representative, Walker, dera., 1,238; Kolley, rep., 1,200; Terroll, .pro., 02. A diiuculty occurred here Wednes day afternoon between Mr. Breathitt Brown nnd Mr. Jim Hardin. From reports Mr. Brown attacked Hardin, firing the first shot but missing him, when Har din returned it with two shots, one striking Mr. Brown in tho hand, another in tbesideof tho neck bnroly missing the jugular vein. Mrs. B. S. Gowen, late instructor in music in tho High Grnded School hero, hud an examination of her pupils a few days ago. She awarded a prize to each of the two young ladies, Misses Olivia Sweeney and Lily Dale Grant, for their proficiency in the study, each having almost a perfect diagram. Mrs. Mary Allen Weisiger nnd daughter, Miss Lucie, were in Cincinnati last week on business. Mies Carrie Currey is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. F. D. Gaines, of Danville. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hughes, of Luwrenceburp, are guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Miller. Mrs. Lizzie Adams, Mr. Alex Doty and wife nnd Miss Hnttie Doty left labt night for the Atlanta Exposition. Winse Wiseman nud Beverly Battorton, of Danville, wore hero Woduesday to rejoice with Col. W, O. Bradley. Mrs. John Greenleaf, of Richmond, is visiting Mrs. Emma KauiT man and family. Robert Joplln, of Wil more, wasavieitor in our city Wednesday. Mrs. Georce H. Bruce nud sou Howard, of Danville, woro guests of Mrs. Bruce's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Y. O. McKane, representative Brown. of the Philadelphia Press, was the guest tie first of tho week of his iiiend, Col. "W. O. Bradley. Mr. Joe Gaines, of Stanford, has been visiting his Bister, Mrs. H. M. Ballon, this week. On Wednesday aftornoonnt 3 o'clock at tho Fork church tho loving hearto of Miko Kennedy and Miss Miud Sutton were united for life by the beautiful and impressive words of Rev. T. S. Campbell. As tho sweet, low strains of the wedding march were pealing forth under the deft fingers of Miss Mary Elizabeth Marksbury, the four ushers, Messrs. Will Marksbury, Virgil Kemper, John Swope aud Ed Sutton entered the aisles of the church each in turn crossing over followed by tho nttondanu, Mibs Tilllo Pollard and Ebb Kennedy (brother of the groom) and Miss Llllie Sutton (siste of the bride) and Joe Francis, when last came the bride and groom who crossed over and stood uudor a marriage bell. The bride all bedecked in her beauty and pride was a fair picture, arrayed in a most becoming costume of blue nnd red changeable Bilk. The church was beautifully and tastily decorated with white chrysanthemums, sinilax and evergreens and many admiring friends and relative of the contracting parties gathered to wish the young couple. "A calm sailing o'er life's fitful aeas." A reception was .given them Wednesday evening by Mr., and Mra. Grove Kennedy, of Crab (pareota of the groom). to-da- y. MONEY LOVING PEOPLE. 's v c n. rt S W o tn U ti Have your Prescriptions rilled at Craig & Mocker's. Pure Drugs and Chemicals only used. ; i Accuracy, Promptness and U c o LOW PRICES I Guaranteed. 13 A full line of Druggists' Sundries always in stock. g tn o tn W CH.A.TC & H03KBa. A Splendid or Assortment t. TOOTH BRUSHES, HAIR BRUSHES, AND COMBS. Window Glass in all sizes. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Stanford, Ky. ct The Charles Wheeler Emporium War to the Knife. Prices Lower Than The Lowest. Your money never woold buy as much as at present, reached the for we have 1,-1- 14; Climax of Low Prices, JVc j have but one desire, that is to show you goods and Bed Rock Prices. quote you Temple of Economy. till then. 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 Headquarters for 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 TailOthers may lead but you will never find us distancors, of Chicago. ed more than a throat lacth. See? Highest market price for pro-- " CHAS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. duce. James Frye, HUSTONVILLE, KY. elk the Cheap In Hustonville. d ml Best wk See his New Line of Ladies' Wraps, Clothing and Shoes. Huell's Low Top Patent Congress Boots have no equal for fit, comfort See them and you will buy them sure. For bargains and durability foto JAMES FRYE. Lamps, Queensware, Glassware, Stoves, &c. AT FARRIS & HARDIN Is KtcciTin Hii : FALL : AND : WINTER GOODS. Or-bea- rd, Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call tfr fW IWTWTT f i"vjr ip- - i i Eugono Flold,. the poet editor and Bradlov had it down fine. He told us author, is dead at Chicago. INTERIOR two weeks ago his majority would be The president has appointed a com15,000 or 20,000. advisability of a The vote In tho 1st and 2nd districts, mission to consider tho prfnnl from thrt crest lakOS to 8, 1895 lann.iratnr SrANFORD. Kr., Novkmdcr Ken- whore Hardin claimed he would develop the Atlantic. groat strength, failed to materialize. Robert Novllle, a hot headod young Charles Blanford, tho republican Itur-bidW. P. WALTON. Breckinridge Virginian, haa challenged Prince from representative-elec- t latter The crowds that thronged our establish during the last week was ol Mexico, to a duol, and the county, has announced himself a candipositive proof that we have the right goods at the right prices. VVc has accepted. Vory Close, date for speaker of the next House. is ono paper Tho TiiHlUTknioRJoonNAL A romautic girl from Buena Vista, ofTer still greater attractions during circuit court week. VVc will make But Probably Demknow-a- ll Garrard Btood nobly by her honored look and hnt Mn not DUt on a Hardin O , donnod male attlro and released her son, giving him 1,471 votes to say "I told bo." It expected the major Vanceburg. She 1,114. Tettit got 4 and Domareo 34 votes. lover from the jail at to bo Bmall, in fact nia ity for Hardin voto fell off 103 and the is now in jail herself. conree mado that a foregone conclusion, An Almost' Oomploto and a Vory Tho democratic A Minnesota shoo manufacturer has republican eained over 300. Walker Humiliating Dofoat. but it did not expect this terriffic contracted for tho labor of 250 convicts dom., was elected ovur Kolloy, rep., by the enjiulpment of all our hopes in at tho Jcffersonvillo prison for flvo years A household word in every home. In fact we propose to make this 29. democratic tickFor the first time in a generation Ken-lucthe loss not only of the at 40 cents each per day. sale. To give all who visit our town an advantage of of Louisvlllo aud a halp-pricTho republicans democracy has suffered defeat. et but the Legislature as well. There Tho Now Orleans stii!r planters supplying themselves with their winter goods at very low prices. We couuty mado nearly a clean seop. are numerous causes which led to tbo Col. W. 0. Bradley is elected governor United was the only democrat bbv-e- d have filed two suits agoiust the will quote you only a few prices to give you some idea how low pridisastrous result in Kentucky, the chief-e- st by a plurality of perhaps 20,000. In the A. J. Oarroll at New Orleans for ces run clear through. for the Legislature out of the wreck. Stateo Government Extra heavy ribbed hose for children and being Gen. Hardin's insubordination. 111 counties heard from he has 17,150 withheld from them. misses, sold every where for ioc, now go at 5c. Ladies' black and until his plurality and several of the other eight DuRelle boat Eastln for appollato judge tho bounty After the Stato convention and Col. Robert G. Ingerfloll, who said over 2,000 and Bradley's majority over fancy cotton hose, 5c. Ladies ribbed vests, 15c, worth 25c. Ladies' Auditorium speech, harmony seemed are republican Btrongholde. The Cour. 15 years ago that if Kentucky went Hardin is 4,403. of the accordyarn hose 15c. Double width dress goods, plaids and solid colors, eaye: The democratic voto to have taken possession ho would believe there was a The victory of Jonn T. Uinton is far 15c, 20c. Dress and apron check cintrham, 5c A good red ant factions and every thing was appa- has fallen off In S3 counties from 1 02, S01 beyond his expectations, and changes hell, now says it proves there is no holl. Canton flannel 5c, rently running in the most serene man- in 1893 to about 102,000 in 1S95. The 11 persona flannel 15c. SJ$c and ioc. Ladies' It is known that at least thamaiorltv in Bourbon from 437 repub vote in tho same counties was ner. The sound money men had gotklllpil in the collanso of the wall of all wool shawl, in black and fancy and extra heavy, $1. Jeans in m lican laBt year to a democratic majority ten the platform and the silver men 110,545 in 1S02 and it is in tho neighbor- of 220 this year. Ho will make one of tho Detroit Journal building. It is not brown and gray at 15, 25 and 35c per yard. Ladies' underskirt patare in tho tern, all wool, neat assortment of colors, 75c, worth Si. the candidate and both seemed de- hood of 119,000 in 1895. Democratic best representatives the caunty has unlikely that more bodies and scratchers evidently the termined to pull together for the ruins. ever had. PariB Kontuckian. goodoftho whole. True some appre- got in their work. elected Three hundred thousand tons of In 1855 the The Legislature is claimed by both hensions were caused by Gen. Hardin's loosened by a single blast Charles S. Morehead governor of Ken- granito were Btudied silence on the platform, but all sides, but the democrats have probably Rockland, Me. The tucky, aud in 1S05 the A. P. A.ordor has at quarries near expected him to accept it in its full carried it by the clcso margin of 2. Five the blast required 050 kegs of powder and W. O. Bradley. For 40 years meaning and intent and so things went districts are doubtful, and if thoy provo elected democratic, and four years of cost f 3,000. State was till the fateful meeting with Col. Bradley democratic the majority will be increasThe California vintage of 1S95U now republicanism and fanaticism will make Everything that is new, everything that is nobby. Evcrythingjthat is at Louisville. There he spat upon the ed. Of the 73 votes on joint ballot in tho Times. estimated at about S.OOO.OOO gallons of it democratic of hiBt Bea desirable and the prices simply cant be matched. money plank of the platform, turned the caucuB, the same paper says that BlackRnvle cast more democratic votes than dry wines, only cold shoulder to the sound money men burn will have 43 and McOreary 27 nnn'fl nniniit. Of sweet wines there has outfor four years, but the republicans and started on the downward course that votes, with three democrats non commitvoted them, Bradley receiving 1,452 and been abundance. landed him and the tickot he headed in tal. A single American copper mine nan Hardin 1,200. The populists poneu disgraceful defeat. The greater Bharo of votes. Hay, already produced 74,000,000 pounds of and the prohibitionists the blame for the result rests ith him, t hin own way lor tno copper this year, and it is expected that UJU i.int.a UtUUi, 1... tuiuu ..." year will reach Now is your chance for a nice hat. Value $ 1.50 to'$2, our price for but the party made another as bad a Legislature, his populist opponent re- its total output for the mlQtnke aa hia nomination when it plac this week, 75c. A big lot of crushers and alpine hats purchased for 95,000,000 pounds. ceiving only!S4 votes. ed several others of the bo called Frank The Villa Hideo Ind., with 51 acres spot cash from a manufacturer who was induced to part with his goods figurts on tho Official and estimated fort ring on the ticket. There is a doop, mr for railroad commissioner in the attached, at Anchorage, Bold Monday to for ready money enables us to make this offer. Special inducements Irif not a well grounded belief even among TTT Prof. Gordon, of Fayette, for 57,500 and all this week in our Clothing Department. Extra drives in three districts indicate that Messrs. certain democrats that there is something won, will bo turned into a tichool. It cost in Dempeey and Woods havo win, rotten at the Stato capital. The republitwo republicans and one democrat. Mr. boom times 105,000. for eight years, cans have harped upon it Alexander's friends claim that he has FARM ANDTRADE ITEMS. and the claim made by a republican padefeated Mr.Sfrwin and it will take the bookB were sealed against per that the George Baker bought of O. G. Ware Come and see for Yourself. official returns, in all likelihood, to settle investigation, made certain Bcary as well race. several fat heifers and cows at 3Jc the as the ignorant people believe that there Woods, of Danville, Bold 29 cattlo at something. The was an effort to hide The republicans .lay they Intend to Danville Monday at 3) and 15 at 3.01 suspicion grew until it became a real bebuild a new capital, if they havo the Leg e Buck Massle won the Tobacco cry for a look into the books lief and the ialature.J Of course they will and spend bid up 12,100 at Latonla, and was was taken up by the whole pack when the money lavishly that will be extorted ovor his selling price. gotten a ont of democrats for taxes. The repub their leader claimed to have A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprictots, M. F. Elkin bought of Middleton put up much to scent. Hardin was thought to be a part HON. W. O. BBADLKY, T OK licans as a whole do not Lynn 10 shoots at 3u. and of Solomon T: D. RANEY, Manager. and parcel of that ring. Norman was run the State government. It will there- Elmoro five at the same price. KENTUCKY. to be at its head and Hendrick enough to spend other peo supposed fore be easy The Central Kentucky Fair AssociaBranch Stores: Marion gave Hardin a majority of 304. ple's money. a big beneficiary of it. There may be tion will hold a trotting meeting at nnthtni? wrone at Frankfort, and we do Knox gave Bradley 1,273 over Har Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Park, Danville, on Nov. 12 to 10. Turns wasn't much of an election In not believe there is, but the people gen- din. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. the race at Reedsville, N. C, beccrape In managed to auted a erally believe the-- " ' Rockcastle swelled Bradley's column old Virginia, but Bbe God tween John R. Gentry and Joe Patchen, up 40,000 majority for democracy, change and a chance to look into the by 572 majority. way In Gentry won in three straight heats. won in Lexing bless her old soul. It was all one and they determined to have the bookB The women's ticket Mississippi too, the democrat winning Timo. 2:10; 2:09 and 2:09 one and get the other. They have it and ton by a big majority. The estimate of the Orange Judd more we are sure their discovery will be a Anderson gives Hardin 24S majority over the popullsta by 50,000 or Farmer is that the DOtato crop in the These are the only rifts in the black mare's nest. While wo condemn Har- and Stout dem. for Legislature 87. United States this year Is the largest course, we also dispise that Republicans apparently have a major cloud which enveloped the country TuesIn quadruple Silver Plate, Nut Bowls, Tea Sets, Water Sets, Pickle din's suicidal ever raised, and will reach 282,148,000 of the sound money democrats who re ity on joint ballot in the Maryland Leg day. Castors, Cake and Syrup Stands, Berry and Jelly Bowls, Butter Dishbushels. fused to support him. Two wrongs islature. G. W. Robinson sold to Monte Fox es, Pudding Dishes, Glove Boxes, Jewel Cases, smoking sets, astron-omizcr- s, Jim Richardson, of Barren, was saved playing into could not make a right and The republicans have the New York wreck of matter and the crush 43 1,200 pound cattlb at 4 cent and Sal-li- e out of the rose jars, etc., etc. the hands of the enemy waB the most General Assembly on joint ballot by 48 of worlds. His majority for the Legisla12 1,400 pound Burma sold to The blatant si majority. idiotic of performances. ture is over 500 and the bright and brainy cattle at 4 cents. Richard Cobb bought men too deserve the bitterest execraeditor of the Glasgow Times will hold 65 head of yearlings, average woight S50 tion for their rule or ruin policy and that body in plumb even if it Bhould be pounds at 3J. The UarrodBburg SayingB may those who injected the money quesalso reports sales of a car load of hogs at republican. An Ironclad Guarantee with each piece. tion into the canvass, where it had no 310. forced to hide their diplace, bo forever That tho LegislaturH is in doubt is a BuclcUn'a Arnica Snlvo minished heads and sink into oblivmatter for great regret. It was thrown The best salre in the world far cuts, bru itf, ion. away in Louisville. Louisville Post. sires, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores letter, hands, chilblain. corns and all tklo eruption.. It is a bad stato of affairs all around Yes and the Post contributed more than I positively curt piles, or no pay repuir.il. It Is with plenty of guaranteed 10 give pcrtect satisfaction or mono and our only hope is that any other cause to that end, by its con- refunded Pries aj ceuli per box Kor sale Jby Bradley and hia party will soon rope Col. tinual eflort to pull down tho democrat- A K. Penny, Stanford, Ky hang themselves. There is one thing ic ticket. All Froo eure if the democratic party ever getB V. niirnw viHOC WIIU- II.1C .....1 r .. C" UlWI 1 BlackThe Place to Buy those who have not us value ery into power again it will have to diecard It is certainly to bo hoped that wi 1 now. knowopportunity and ..try it iree. uau on mohaveiuto the trouble, for principle aud a ...al l.4. 1.. Ir.a !. .n.l old leaders and fight burn, who started all the U VCrilMHl U(UKil .n.l ,V. u.....k. w.. .o , your to 11 r.. jtucK.cn get it in tho neck, but it looks now like Seta namebottle of Dr. Klnc'r.v Now Lite Pills m not solely for the offices. an trial well as a copy 01 wuiae to riraun ami nuimnuiu he wont, the more's the pitv. . w instructor ucc mi vi w.nw. . MM.n... Oan we bbliove our eyt?B? Did Daviess We sell at the Cheapest Price. you good and cost you nothing at A. R Penny's couuty, the home of Urey "Woodson, the drugstore. NEWSY NOTES. free silver apostle, also flicker ou Hardin? ! 800 tho World'a Ftilr for 16 Conta This poor little rooster escaped by getThe hominy mills at Henderson Upon receipt of your addicus and 15 cents in Yea, verily. Brown got 3,431 votes there you our Smvenir ting under the hen house He is game were destroyed by fire. Lobs $40,000. postage stamps we will mall when he ran for governor, while Hardin By an Experienced Pharmacist. Portfolio of tho World'a Columbian Imposition only 2.G3G. Then Brown to the core and will scratch out in the Mora than 8,000,000 quarts of baked The regular price it soc, but as we want you to shows up with You will have ono we make the price nominal sweet and crow aslnstily as beans are eaten in Boston every week. ficd it a work of Art and b thing to he prized. It carried the county by 1,773, now Bradley ever Thank goodnees, once isn't al was criminally contains full page views of the great buildings, girl Anil year-olis only beaten 030. They do not soem to ways with descriptions of same and is esocutod in tho and twice isn't forever. assaulted at Omaha and then choked to highest style ol art. If not aatisfied with it alter Druggist, Stanford, Ky.j be as hot for free silver down there aa our you utt it we will refund the stamps and let you death. lovable but misguided friend led us to keep the book. Address H. E. llucklon A: Co , Adair went for Bradley by 333 and There was a million dollar fire in Chicago, 111. imagine. elected a republican representative by New York. ItBtartod in Keep's shirt Hardin will have plenty of leisure to 500 or more. Mercer only gave Hardin 72 over Brad- factory. cogitate on the idiocy of the attempt of a Hundreds of people are dying in man to be greater than the party to ley. Chinn for the Legislature beats his the interior of Cuba of yellow fever and AND which he proteases allegiance. Had he opponent 101. RuBsell gave Bradley 313 majority and dysentery. Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stopk of of the whole as accepted tho judgment Frank Smith, of Thomasville, Ga , of action and not mBde trie par- Grider, rep., 300 over Baldock, dem., for fell from hia horse while drunk and bis rule ty the little u and himself the big I, the Legislature. Bradley only got 1,940 majority in broko bis neck. things might have gono diflerently on man, W. F. L. Hadley, a Whitley, but it is said they are still votthe 5th of November. to Congress from the 18th was elected ing for him there. Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle Illinois district. 80LD TO Maryland, which is lost Republicans carried Baltimore in tho The result in and sister ALL POINTS: nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine In Germany a brother to democracy for the first time, proyes race for governor by 11,783. A republideath for the murder our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting were condemned to OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, that the people are Blck of Boss Gor- can mayor was elected. wife. short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line Tammany was restored to power in of the former's man, who while wearing the livery of a WISCONSIN, cases against the Seventh Day of Buggies and Surreys. The democrat, did all in bis power for repub New York City, but the republican State in Tennessee were dismissed Adventists MISSOURI, KANSAS, licanism in- - tho Senate. His ticket is ticket is elected by 40,000. peremptory Instructions. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. overwhelmingly defeated. Wayne gavo Bradley 143 majority and under NEBRASKA, COLORADO, John S. Kriner, of Martinsville. Ind., that county and Clinton elect Catron ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, aged 84, drank carbolic acid for wine by The fact that Hardin ran ahead of his rep., to tho Legislature by 300. in a few hours. - TEXAS, . mistake and died ticket in many counties, either resulted "Washington county gave Bradley 09 rrroRtfl1.000.000aday to run the voter in stamp- majority and elected a republican in from the ignorance of the BDmS-WBthe government of the United States. Pen- R WBI, I0&1B-WEIing his ballot or was tho effort of the fight for representative. sioua absorb about halt tnis sum. CLASS men to boost him at the FIRST CLASS, SECOND free Bllver Bourbon county Bat down on Mr. Clay Punt Frad Lone and wife wore rob AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. of the rest of the ticket, most like with a dull thud by increasing at Baltimore. Their demthe bed and murdered ly the latter. THE BESTR0UTE TO THE ocratic majority, giving Hardin 287 over Bkulls were crushed as they lay in bed. a tnnnatPana. 111., was poisoned Bradloy. The republicans carry Massachusetts All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing Simrall, democrat, beat Foreman for by eating buckwheat cakes in which 'UUMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, YorJc by 40,000, Pennsylby 60,000, New style. done in mayor of Lexington by 314 votes. The chinch bugs wore grounu up in moraeai. SLEEPING AND DINIHO CARS vania by 150,000, Ohio by 110,000. Iowa republican candidate for city treaanrer Tho governor haa held up the exeby 80,000, New Jersey by 10,000, MarySEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE was elected. cution of Columbus Phelps, which was land by 15,000, Kentucky by 10,000 and Bowling Green to VGRFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI Madison county also went back on her to have occurred at Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic hell by 1,000,000. record by electing republicans. Bur-ca- day CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. , , Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. is elected to the Legislature by 132 Frederick Cooke, 01 L.aporte, inu., DescripUl Hahdin would not surrender his Maw, Write for IUtea, for a crown but be seema to and Bennett beats Goodloe for the Sen- attempted to kill himself because his "amphleti, to any Station Agent, or to PjEHSTER. KINLEY. MR. B. M. F. rUOO, neighALLtN HULL, W. B. BCVILL, reate by over 100. The devil seems to have wife went walking with ono of his have surrendered Kentucky to the 'm'I PuMictr lit. Dlt. ift. Trmttllaf fi 1 Give us a trhl. Has charge of our Painting Department. been to play every where. bors. koiso.t. uusoei,ti. r" ncs.o. publicans for leu than a shilling. jEMl-WEEKL- Y JOURNE BRADLEY, 20,000. Legislature ocratic. ( FACTS THAT TELL .THE STORY. Elected Governor of tucky by Nearly e, land-elid- e, LOUISVILLE STORE! c ky Jof-fere- al I2c, 6c, 7c, stay-at-home- s know-nothing- s Extra- Fine Jackets and Capes. again.-Louis- ville threo-fourt- ij 1 BOOTS AND SHOES. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAHTOHD, Ere., Sell-rac- QOVXRNOR-KLKC- Ce-clll- an ". HOLLOW WARE ! All New And Up to Date ! chaj.-pe- u- I I .1 ., Il. . PANKS, The Jeweier. SVBoRoberts' Drug Store SCHOOL BOOKS & TOILET ARTICLES Prescriptions Carefully Compounded "W- - hye-and-b- d IB. M'ROBERTS, I NORFOLK RAILROAD. LOOK HERE free-silve- r . WESTERN TICKETS Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, B. K. WBABEIT. four-cornor- od U T, St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Co, ex-pen- so MERSHON first-clas- s & GREER, Proprietors. NORTH AND EAST. Horse Shoeing and Blachsmithing of all Kinds. E. m con-vlctio- ns Timc-Tnblc- s, rwtr 3S SIFERIENCED ,. t ft iv - Ww ra, ., j .JtfcV, V JV, " Jr'-'ft- - MhJt fci; ., 4sMJ.i . jmmmhu4iltnmmtl ,.,, mi-Wee- Interior Journhl 8, 1895 Silver carving boIb Etanfokd, Ky., Novemueu Window bUbs and putty, all tfir.in aud cut to order. W. B. McRoborts. ...at Danka. All men should examino our "Peor-les- a Sanitary" underwear. Hughes & ... E. C. Walton, Business Manager Tate. L still on. Utliora nru uettfnu thu beat . uootlfifor tho loruit niouuv. Whv uot We havo bought your Xuua present. you? Puuny's Dhir nnil Jowrlry Storo. ' Next week wo will show it to you. DAuks, tho jeweler. Tehs'iinai p"oifs7 la ' Our great Jowclry and ellvorwnro sale soon bo made. The L. & N. earnings aro increasing eo rapidly that a restoration of wages will ... boua and 14 mooae, huntsmen's apoii Lincoln County Continues In tho Republican arrived In Bangjr, Me., by train from tho forests in tho interior of tho .State. Column. George Hicks shot Lewla Ball, colThis tablo of tho vote in this county ia ored, four times in an election row in not oiiicial, but ia practically correct, aa the flgureB wero obtained from the elec- Anderson, fatally wounding him. James tee Bhot and killed Dan tion officers. The vote will not be countShepard in Bracken county. While ated by tho returning board until tempting to arrest Lee tho Bheriff waa to-da- y. WORSE AND WORSE. It Matters Not ! m0 ... ... ?l2 r. t rilKCINCTS. J I J ' ' i Mb J. Nkvin Oaiitjck baa been mbIruod to a distillery at Hurt-In- . Mrs. J. II, HuTcniNoa, of Ilodgovllle waa tho uueat of Mrs. II. 0. Fnrria. Mlia. J. F. IIoldaM nud MrB. Zjller, of Crab Orchard, bavo been vlaltlnc frieuda hero, IUv. S. M. Loo an went to Hlchmond yesterday to attend the marriage of lib father, Dr. J. V. Lon. - The bird law expires next Friday, 15th, when it will be lawful to kill quail and pheasants till Jan. 1. Thehb Isn't a colored votor In WayneE burg precinct No. 1, and aa a consequence tho democrats alwaya get a majority. . . " m Stanford No, J, it .j M II a" " ' IIiiiUhitIIIc, Xo. I it ii n 3...!.. i. Crab OrclinnI, No. I... Vaynosbnrx, No. aZ...... !!I7i INt i if! im lot; 110 17U 111 11.1 127 11,1 100 318, 3IM ii, no I 181 1!H 1.11 10"t 17.1 I imii jaa 102 i:ta to 191 M 1MI lot 12ft l law 11 167 31 attacked by Lee's brother, Leonard, and Bhot and killed tho latter in There Bro now in blast 228 iron against only 172 this timo last year, and tho output from January to October 25 this year is 7,203,000 tons, against 4,S50,COO tous for the same period last year self-defens- e. fur-nace- 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- s, erybody who wants an Overcoatshould first examine ourS S? ,.., , .. . ., w. ,rv. uu t unim yuu can equal tnem S6 r- -, in any market and our $S, $6.$o, $8.50, io, S12.50 and S15 Suits arc m 112 112 it 819 XI 101 121 lie us Are Simply Immense. Our Hootsand Shoes are in good shape and considering the advance no house can equal us in prices. Our Black and Fancy Wool Dress Goods, beginning at 15c and running to Si. 50, can not be excelled. J re call the attention of all men to our "Peerless Sanitary Underwear." 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 all these lines before you buy. i; 81 101 123 I NKW ADYKRILSEMENTS " " Until. l- aw 81 02 I I i f I I r The Rowland polls wero as usual the caster, catue orer yesterday to brin his The verdict of those who huvo seen first announced and the Engine House wifu to tnko thu train for Louiavlllo. Rev. Gw. Gowkn, the brilliant pastor Severance it Son's Capes and Jackets is: the last, as it always is. Bradley carried all tho precincts In this of tbo Lancaster Christian church, was "Tho best and largest line scon and prijjuest for a day or eo of Mr. and Mrs. ces are 11 to $1.50 less than nt other pla- county but Stanford No. 1., Hustonvillo tho ces. No. 1 and Waynesburg No. 1.- Thu popB inn. and the probs. weru not enongh in it to o! KpnuRfleld, lttv. Milkb SACNnina, I have refitted and refurnished thu mention. with his sou, lion. stopped oyer all Commercial Hotel at McKinney and Thu niggera and their white allies took en routo to Richmond to havo taken full possession of J. i Saunders, it. I solicit the town Tuesday night. Tho exhibition marry Dr. Logan. a share of your patronage promising to ought to have diegustod tho few decent Vibitino iawyeiH have been scarce this do my best to entertain you. P. W. white republicans and kept them from court. Tho only ouca wo have seen are Green. ever monkey. ne in such a crowd again. Messrs. K.J. l)reckinridie, Robert Hard- It is not tho fault of Chairman G. B. The L. A N.'s annual inspection train, ingandL. F. Hubble. citi- having on board the General Manager, Cooper and thewo who ably assisted him Jok Riiinock, whom many of our Chief Train that tiit tesult is as it is horo. He labor zens remember, n a pretty lively sort General Superintendent, Dispatchera and Division RoaJmasters, ed will. tit ceasing and did his level best of a boy when he lived here, waa iostarted out Thursday. It will take two from Bfurt to finish. Hurrah for Thomp elected mayor of Covington. Bit. Cait. Wm. Hkkmxj.s, of Lancaster, weeks to go over the system. M F. North mado a gallant fight, but Ho said started for Texas Wednesday. Killed. Tueaday morning as Dr. W. went down under an adverso majority of ho was tired ol looking at downcast A. Wall and Jaraea Jones were walking 100. W. S. Burch'a frauds looked for democrats and wanted to get away. along the street at Crab Orchard playful- better things, but It is pretty hard to bnat A TOLRRAiiLY fair picture of Mrs. 8, ly jostling each other a big pistol fell out a woman and he failed to do so by 101 Wulton Forgy and her liege lord appears of Jones' pocket and striking tho side- votea. In an Klkton paper, with a highly eulo- walk wan discharged, tho ball penetratMiM Kato Blaln is receiving tho warmgistic notice of both of them. Tho bride ing Wall's aide aud ranging up passed est congratulations of her friends over is evidently rated at her truo worth In through his heart, killing him Instantly. her triumph. Her majority is 105 or in her now home. There waa no bad feeling between tho the neighborhood of two times as men, and no criminality reata on Jones much as Bradley's. She ia a most worCITY ANOYiniNlTY. aa far as tho death la concerned, but he thy young lady and has demonstrated deserves the severest punishment for her ability to maku a capable superinChina clocks at Danks'. having the pistol on his person. He is tendent. a brother of Joe Jones, who waa killed Read Danks' hollow ware "ad." Judge Davison must be a man of parts. by Ohappellafew years ago. Dr. Wall His friends stick to him liko a brother "Window lighta -- t CrR & u was from Morriatown, Tenn., and had and he maketh his enemies to fear established tiimself well in hia new lluaov Ruo lost. Uownrd if returned ia hardly a democratic oillce seekhome in thu estimation of the public. er in tho couuty, who ia not afraid of to W. 8. Warren. Ho wbb a former partner of Dr. J. D. him, while somo of them absolutely toaTwo good atoro-rooin centre of Pettus and it Ib said he was to have been dy to him in a most disgusting manner. town for rent. Apply at tbii oillce. married Christmas to tho wife, who sev- None of the politicians raised a AarLiNDinstock of ladies, misses and eral years ago procured a divorce from hand to defeat him lost year and not one children's underwear, both for boya and him. but Mr. North dared to tacklo him thia girls. Hughes & Tate, timo. Great indeed ia Judgo Davison Circoit CounT. Judgo fc'aufley called and email indeed must ho think those trado anything In tho saddlery his court to order agt In Wednesday after who aro ao much afraid of him. Will tho election recess and'imtnedlatolv cot and harness lino for corn, oats or hay. Notwithstanding the democrats cast down to business. G. E. Alford plead M. S. & J. W. Rough man. more votes in thia county than in any to bo released from tho jury and he waa Mr, P. H. Idol will close his music permitted to go. Mr. John M. McRoberls election foryeare, 14 moro than last year storo here and the room will be occupied being taken in his stead. Tho case of when McOreary beat Roberta 41, the re publicans ahow up with 157 more votea by Ed Wilkinson aa a barbershop. Alex Rico for tho murder of Simon a than then. Thia shows that there ia litwaa called and the negro being unaI havr an overstock of wiro and slat ble to employ counsel, the court appoint- tle, if any, diealTection in our ranks and fenco made of oak picket; tho best fence ed Messrs. W. K. Varnon. Thomas M. proves that the republicans import nein tho market. In order to reduce stock Owsloy, J. N. Faundera and Harvey gro votes to order. It is tho hardest I will sell itat extra low price for the Holm to defond him. Hon. R. C. War- thing in tho world to challenge one of ncxtSOdaya. A. 0 Sine. ren waa employed to assist tho prosecu- them and prove the suspicion and so it goes. The bosses figure how many votea Don't yon need home knives, forka or tion. Tho defenso tried to got a contin they need to beat us and they have been spoons? Remember everything goes at uance on account of thu absence of a wit forthcoming in the last two elections. ness, hut her evidence waa admitted and reduced prices. A beautiful selection of tho caso proceeded. About 10 men were rings too. Como and look them over. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. examined and the following unusually Penny's Drug and Jewelry Storo. Hon. John II. Welch, of Jessamine, intelligent jury for a murder caso wbb A LAr.ctK crowd availed themaelves of obtained: J. B. Green. is to bu married to Mies Fioronco J. E. Pleasants. 1. thu nice facilities provided by Mr. W. F, W. A. Gull, J. D. Bastlu, A. K. Denny, of Battlo Ureek, Mich., Nov. Sheridan, for hearing the election news R Y. Ballard, J. T. Harris, T. J. Teter, Mr. George Heath, '2.2, and Mies at tho court houpe, and feel under many N. W. Sampson, Wooden Smith, J. M. Nancy Wheeler, 17, were married at Geo. obligations to him, and accommodating Whitunnd A. A. Warren. W. Vanhook'e, near Moreland, WednesJ. S. Rice and T. F. Kpink. day. The case was worked up for thu deBecause A. II. Glllispie a member of fenso by Mr. Thomas M. OAclev. who Thanks. I desire to exprena my moet visited thu scene, and ascertained tho the "bachelor'B club," at Elwood, Ind., heartfelt lhankB to tho good peoplu of Col. Hill tells us ho never saw n married, tho other members treated him Lincoln, who Htood by mo sogratifyingly facts. young man work with such faithfulniea to a coat of tarnnd feathers and marched aud I promise to continue to conduct my and so effectively. He mado a speech of him through tho principal streets of the oillce in a manner that will mako everycity. one who voted for muglAd that he did. an hour yesterday which waa highly lt Tho marrlBgo of Misa Consnelo complimented by all who heard him. Ho Gratefully. Kate Hlnln. and tho Duku of Marlborough has a good dolivory aud hia manner ia Thk only election day trouble occurred impressive. The other speakers did well took placo'at St. Thomas' Episcopal It after dark. Mit Kinbry, a negro poni but they aro old in the causo and were church in New York, Wednesday. tentiary bird, tried to shoot Bright Fer-re- i, not like Mr. Owsley making his maiden was the Bwellestnllpir ever Been in the metropolis. but ho was seized and held by that etlbrt in n murder cose. M!bb Azilo Cummins, the pretty The caso waa not near so bad aa at first gentleman till Marshal Newlaml and daughtor of Mr. W. H. Constable Benedict arrived to take him reported. Some of the witnesses contra of Proachorsvilld, and Mr. Jonas to jail. Tho grand jury will report on dicted each other, but they agreed on the main that Higglna had a pistol and war L. Anderson, a clever young gentleman the case. attempting to draw it when tho negro from Garrard, wero married Wednesday Tits McKinney liar continues to get shot. at the homo of the bride. in hia work. In a dispatch to WednesMr. Warren waa apeaking at l o'clock day's Enquirer ho Bays that Mr, B, B. and the caso will not reach the CHURCH AFFAIRS. jury be- King fell from hia horae lit Hustonville f ore this morning, aa two inoru speeches Elder Joe Soverauce will preach at on election day and was seriously hurt. aro to bo made. Mt. Oltvo next Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. Mr. King waa horo tho day tho story waa Mr. E. B. Caldwell, Jr., of WayneB-burpublished and showed no signs of an enOF A LOCAL NATURE. who wbb hero Wednesday, Bays counter with the ground. At Camden, a tow miiee from Law- - that Rev. A. B. Anderson closed a meetMies Oallik Hokto.v, on accomplished ronceburg, Landon Gunter beat out the ing at Doublo Sprlnga with niuo additypo and shorthand writer, is desirioua brains of Ben Catlett in a fight over tho tions and tho church greatly benefited. of teaching a claea in those useful and election. Both men were drunk. It ia Tho S. S. thero, of which Mr. Caldwell money getting vocationa and will be glad claimed there wbb an accessory to tho ia superintendent, has avoraged CO durto have those who wish to learn them killing. ing tho last three months. A littlo fellow In knickerbockers call on her at her oilico on Lancaster Tho now Christian church at Burgin street, for terms, &c. She will also do killed an eagle measuring seven feet will be dedicated Sunday, the 17th. Elfrom tip to tip of its wings, near Greentypewriting at reasonable ratea. der Kendrlck, of this city, will preach at wood, Pulaaki cohnty, a few davH aco. 10:30 a. m. and Rev. 0. K. Marshall at In the town eloction what waa known Tho eaglo had killed a turkey lion In 2:30 v. m. A Christian Eudoavor meetas tho wet ticket printed under the pic- tho barnyard when tho boy saw it. He ing will be hold at 0:30 i m. Dinner ture of a horse shoo was elected and ia got a. gun and killed the bird at the first will bo served inElkin Hall. The church aa follows: W. Lewis Withers 100 votes, shot. ia a handsomo brick structuro and cost John B. Mershon 102, T. John Worlds, of Madison, atruck his something liko $5,500. Advocate. J, M. Hall sou with an ax handle, from D. Kaney 107, D. W. Vandeveer 103 and 14 year-old Freo turnpikes went tnrough with a J. C. Florence 107. Tho nitizenB ticket the eUec.ta of which tho bpy haa since received voteB aa follow: J. M. McRob-ert- a died. Report says that World waa ouar- - whoop in Anderson county Tueaday. 82, J. H. Baughman 78, B. K. Wear-e- n reling with hia wife, and waa about to Tho majority ia overwhelming. The avO'Bannon 81, Wm. whip her when the son took hia moth. erage vote wa8 0 to 1 for the propo83, Dr. W. B. Daugherty 09 and Lea Stono 81. Mayor er'spart. This ao angered the father sition. During tho firat 15 daya of thia J. N. Menefee had no opposition. Ilia that ho atruck the blow that caused hia son's death. toto was 158. month the carcassea of 314 deer, 20 carl- - Mil. John M. Hiuoiniiotham, of Lan- To avoid enrrving Btock ter, I am selling boxing, joint at n lower price than er offered In this market. " ' -. IIS VI (XI, M 110 lOffl im it Ft fit 'J..... NOTICE I All perioni havmc clatmi againtt J C Gooch are requrttrd to present them by Nov. io, iSoj. propenyoroven L,. G. UOOCH, Ai.igneej 7 Wajnesbuitf, Ky. ... over tho winstudding and they were ovA. O. Sine. 121 Total Majorities ..'1! ' 1820 llto'1615 1417 Kll 10 I llW It by mutual content. Any aud all pprtons having claims agaimt and firm will plfam present them for settlement Dec, i, tSoC, to J. T. Jones, Mgr. DISSOLUTION. I HnTXte HUGHES & TATE. -- t.j. - Public Salo of THE- iiht Personal Property! Having rented out my farm and given up larm-in1 will, at my residence near McCormack'a Mtln9 lf1,. AH .I.A U...(n.l4 t. M .Itj..4r.am.l1tn Turnpike, about five miles West of Stanford) on ?, ... Thursday, Nov. 1 sex, 1S95, Next Great Issue at. c -' ... Sell at public auction to the highest bidder my personal property consisting of ThiM work mules, a mares and colts, 1 work horse, j milk cows, 5 lat cattle, it sows and ihoats, 80 ahcep, about 100 barrels ot corn in the cilb, 350 hocks of fodder, 3 stacks ol hay, about jo shocks ol orghum with grazing lands on which to feed the fodder and sorghum, 1 wagons and a general lot ol farming Implements Alto a lot cf household and kitchen furniture Tkkms For all sums ef $10 and under cash, over that amount a credit of six months on note with jr-osecurity, bearing interest from sale and payable in bank. KDWARD CARTER. 71 td u Will you freeze or keep warm. It should not be any trouble to e when you will buy or where you will buy when you know how an goous are advancing and the prices we are offering the best goods de-cid- New Fall Dress Goods. See our 38 inch Plain Serges and Novelty Goods at 25c. 40 in. fine serges, all colors and black at 33c. 46 in. fine silk finished serge, colors and black at 4SC 46 in. English Coating serge, navy and black, at 50c. 54 in. Wide JVales serge, navy and black, at 75c. New Plaids at 25c, 40c, 50c and 60c. These aoods are all new and correct in style. Call and see them. Sale of Personalty. m Having sold my larm and deteimined to go West, I will sell my personally on the premises on Wednesday, Nov. 20, '95, Reginningat 1 three-year-ol- d 10 a. rn.,sr follows two-year One saddle and harness horse, i large work mule, him-Ther- e ms work horse, a old horses, i mare and colt, i agetf horse, four milk cows, good ones, t heifer, three yeatling hellers, ao lat hogs, i shoats, i wagon, 1 carriage, i spring wagon, half in a Whiteley hinder and alto a half inter est In one corn planter. Other farming implement too numerous to mention, also my household and kitchen furniture. Tikms. All sums of $10 and under cash, over that amount a credit of six months with interest Notes negotiable and payable in Farmers Hank & Trust Co. of Stanford, and to be appiovcd before removal ol property. two-hors- e two-hor- se Severance & Son. II. K. 71 Walnut Flat, Ky. HATDEN. ... Sale of Personalty. Strictly One Price Clothing House, At the residmee of the late Daniel B. Stagg, near llrigbt's Mill on the Hanging Fork, I will sell at public auction on The Globe Danville, Ey. ... FRIDAY, NOV. 8th, 1895, Hit personal property consisting cl . ... Hig-gin- We have a few more bargains to add to our list which has been quoted before before, which are going fast and will last but a few day3 31 Horses and Males, 18 Steers, more. Don't overlook them for it will be Cows and Heifers, A tfood yoke of oxen, Jersey cows and other cattle stock, jo sheep, lot ot shoats, large amount of familne utentilt Including one new mower, bin e rt, &c and household and kitchen furniture. Lot ol Corn, Oats and Whet. Alsi3 shaies of stock in the Danville & Crab drchard Turnpike. Tkiims. All sams of $10 and under cash, over that amount a credit till Jan. I, '96, without interS. 1. STAGG, Admr. est. YOUR rti jmKi&s NT 85 t FTsTi -- LOSS. si 11 R. R. Noel & Son, Successors to J. II. Iliggins, Dealers in Children's Suits are going. Reefer Suits, Brownie Suits and Combination Suits. Boys' Suits in all stylesjind fabrics. YTsW l-- - wfcvV?-- ) ... Whit-comb- o, 1 All Kinds Stanford, the inteic.t cf the people Cash. l of Coal, Kv. XTXTS I Double and Single lireasted for Stout and Slim Men; can fit anybody ... We will continue the coal business at Mr Hlg glut' old st nd and will l.avn ou hand at all times the very 1 'St cral wnicn we will deliver promptly We will .ell .trictly for tash and will make it to tnu section to pay 37 OVERCOATS, We have the goods and are doing the business. Ourpiices are right. Lower than the lowest. Good material, well made, and nicely trimmed. Call and see for yourself. Ey. Midland Only Duect LiLe Between HVy, Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest and quickest between Ask for ttckets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Ti meTabU June 2, iSo$. No. i. No. 3. No. . TKAINS EAST. p. 111. p. m. a. m. Lve Frankfort A 4 00 00 7 00 , 1 ao " Elkborn 711 41a " Stamping U round 7 a8 430 148 1 Van-derbl- ... Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlislo, Maysvillo, Oynthiana, Falmouth uud Covington. 3E -- Good all wool pants $2, corduroy pants $1.50, fine dress pants, neat effect, well made, side and top pockets and guarantee a good fit or no sale. Duck Coats, Wool Lined. A. 33" T ;S I ! Cum-min- s, Arr. C S. Depot C " Paris Lve Paris C " Georgetown!!... 7 47 7 55 8 30 47 59 5 35 4 4 2 15 3 00 4 co TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. a. in, a in. p. m. p. m. trt- - NECKWEAR " Arr Frankfort A... " Stamp's Gro'd " Hlkhorn 945 C. S. Depot .... iq 17 Georcctown B 10 40 10 ,8 11 16 11 6 00 6 4 6 25 4 40 703 j 53 6 40 7 a8 & 30 7 31 7 J5 7 55 5 Latest and Nobbiest Styles. Largest Assortment in this section of the Country. SHIRTS White, Colored, Wool, Working and Night Shirts, laundered and unlaundered. Call and see us. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. g, ... ti 30 a.m. Frankfort 4 SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Georgetown 10 36 a. m; arrive 4 Frankfort The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points ixiuth, Hast, North aud West. For further information apply to their agents. C. I). HEKCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent. GKO. 11. HARPER, Kec'r&Gen.Sup, Frankfort Kv. 50 p. m. leavo 00 p. m. arrlvo Georgetown GLOBE, THEPrice Clothing House Strictly One Danville, J. L. Frohman&Co., - ... - Kentucky. 11-1- , For a OAM I OI1TATN A PATENT? opinion, write to Sromnt answer and an honest nearly tlfly j ears' tV; CO., who havo had exporienco In tho patent bulness. Ootnruunlrw tlona strictly confidential. A IlnmlhooU of Information concomlnit I'ntrnlM and how to obtain thorn sent free Also a catalogue of mechanical and scientific books sent five. Patents takon tbrnusb Munn & Co. rccclvo special notice In tho Scientific Amrrlrnii. and thca are brought widely before tbo publlowlth. out cost to tho Inventor. This splendid paper. Issued weekly, elcs ant ly Illustrated, has by far tho lamest circulation of any sclentldo work In tbo world. 93 a year. 8amiln copies sent free. Ilulldlni Kdltlon. monthly. fiSOa year. Hlnglo copies, io cents. Kvery number contains beautiful plates. In colors, and photograph of new bouses, with plans, enabling builders to show tho latest desleiis and secure contracts. Addrss MUNN CO., NEW VOUK. The Noel Planing Mill Co. LANCASTER, KY., Ceiling,, Flooring arid all kinds Has now on hand Weather-Boardinof Dressed Lumber. Can furnish Doors, Sash and Blinds F. O. B. Stanford, Ky. we use only Alabama Pine and Mountain Yellow Poplar. we are prepared to meet competition from all points on cash orders. g, . "v i y 301 BUOAUWAT. ijJpfrJ&tiiltJl!. iHfr-fe- '.. M M&&t-A- u ssVit9ysWM'is.Visiy ujl WJB t a,, ,,,. i-V ,. .. - -" i -- A. H Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa; Pabllehod Evory Tuesday and Friday 3S PER YJCuVie IX (VDVJVNOM sWWhen not to pud 82. 60 will be chirged.ne -- K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leave Stanford 417:15 a. m arriving at 4:30 p. m. and 9:10 p. m. nJ 3 p. L.O. LOCAL TIME CARD. ,. No. Mi Train coin: North... " " No, so, " South . Ho. ts, " . " No. o3, QUEEN & CRESCENT. ..... 11 3 s;p S ra i 1 04 (jpm pm " Trains past Junction City as follow 1 No. t South n 37 a m No a North ...3.56 pm ...1.46 p m " " 3 11.5s am " 4 ' s " . ...3.13 a m oi m " 6 " " 8 " " I ogam ..3 37 m 7 ' 10 " ...6 00 a m 8 40 pm g Note.. Not. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur. her than Junction City, nor on Sunday. pOYAl kSsL POWDER Jrunes HroTTM rotter. Tho appoarancoof Mrs. James Brown Potter nt Daly's theater rcnlls a that I had recently with n lady who is n frioiid of James Browu But "The Wonder" will bum it not split. Chunks, knots, sticks, Totter. , "Jimmie Potter told ino not long cobs, etc, just suit it. ngo," fiho said, "that ho was ready to tako his wifo back whenovor sho was willing to como and ucvor ask a qnes-tioHo said he had kept his homo as No ashes, no dust, no smoke. Acts like a base burner. Call and much liko it was when fho was mistress long ago. of it as was po&sible, and ho had taken sec it and then "Wonder" why you have not bought one pains especially to keep her room jnt as sho had left it, so that if by any chanco sho should ever wish to como back sho would find n weleomo in tho familiar things that are there Ho that ho did not caro anything at nil about what tho world might say. A homo was waiting for his wifo whenovor she wanted it." Dealer in- Thero is a touch of pathos in that declaration which is not inconsistent with tho devotion that Jnmos Brown Potter always showed to his brilliant wife. Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, To selfish natures this declaration would seem most weak, but to thoso SIDING, people who lovo only onoe, and then forever and I doubt not that thoro aro I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. such, although thoy may bo few tho S. II. IIAUGHMAN. attitude of James Brown Potter will bo J. II. IiAUGHMAN. thoroughly understood. Altruism sometimes roaches to tho plauo of heroism, and tho unselfishness of this man is indeed lofty, but for all that I think it most improbablo that Mrs. James Brown Potter will ever tako ndvuutago of tho lovo that seoms never to havo left her and keeps a Patent homo always ready for Iter. Cholly Trr some of our brands and you will huve no other Fancy Creole. No t, Alpine Snow, Fancy Family, ' Belle of Lincoln and Knickerbocker in Now Yoik Recorder. cou-vorsati- He Can't Split the Wood. DUROC HOGS all subject to register. ora. J. now ready for service M. McROll EK.TS, Man- 09 tin ForS e, et DR, W. B. pExranr, APPLY TO R. B. MAHOWEY . . . Kor SAVES ONE HALF YOUR FUEL. Liio, Firo or Tornado Insurance Dentist, r : Stanford, Ky. Opposite the Pest-Otnce Office on Main Street, Your policy will be isiued promptly and renewals carefully I. oVed after. None but tin hest com Office on Main Street, oppopanlos represented site St. Asaph Hotel. 69 im OUR HUSTLING INSl RANCK MAN, M. W. JOSJtfSOlT, do-clar- cd W. H. WEAREN & CO. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky, -- Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, FLOORING, CEILING, ETC. WKo represents the Old ReliaM Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Detroit Mich, can write you all the most favorable plans ot Insurance, He aiso represents th old reliable Central Tobacco W"nrrhouN of LoMisvllit. Ky., and will For full information as to time of trains, etc. be sjlail to have a liberal share of your pairoaiee. rour rutn'iy rcprcsen.auvt wg I) 11 koui Will bt leady to coaler alt the Isvots that can be MAltri.V. by any warehouse Liberal cash advance Gen Pais ami Pats IYtffic MfcT Ag flten made on consignments, mints beth in the warehouse and country I will be at .Stanford tvery court day. Paities wanting hogsheads, prises or meney should address me at i'alut Lick. Ky. ORCHARD, Prompt attention guaranteed (9 ftm SPRING ANUIFUMMKR. BIG-- : 4. : ROUTE, lit LAWN, GAUDEN FALL. 8 95. STANFORD ROLLER MILLS All kinds of, Fruit and Ornamental Tree, Shrubs, fmall l'ruitt, drspe Vines, Apparatus, Something to Beautify the Ladies. Ac. Ac. No agents. May dlicct aud save mon ey laiaiogucs on application to Dally openfnitif. New Hals, flowers and lacesl II F HILLENMF.YKR. We give Hie assurance to the trade that they wil. 6$ im Lexington, Ky. find In our estartllshnicnl the same cscluslvcniss n style of patterns, hats and bonnets and all the la11ng novelties in Millinery (or which we ate It sow 11 throughout the country. I have secured a trimmer for tne seaHotel of 13 rooms with fixtures. Splendidly lo- son. Thaukins vou lor oast favors, we respect' . cated. Gotkl carden and orchatd Hue opeoiue fully solicit your patronage heretofore to literally M I) DUlitJhKAR' for an rntcrptislug man. will bt sold at a tar- - bests ed. KATL DUUUURAK, Manager. cm or addiess, Kin. tor particulars call FOU SALE! I). 1) tirsl-cla- ts KDMISION, Agent, 6i-t- Crab Orchard, Ky Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal BTTHCBs:, Attornoy at Law, Stmiforcl, - - Kentucky. O'Ece on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court House. Collections receive especial attention. i W. S. TO TEES LADIES , MlbSLICClE nEAZLEY, Stanford, ! rtew roods ol the latest at vl Call In and see the laresi and bsst assorted line ever brought to Manlord Prices at low as the lowest. Kt The Night Migrating Ilinlis Tho weird, sweet, annual mystory of y all kinds mixed and crushed to order Corn, Rye, ShipstufT, Oats, Crab Orchard, Ky. Our Spcciahie-teedtho night migrating birds has begun. and Ilran. Remember all Feed orders roust be accompanied with the cash. Address or call on .Meet all Trains, nlifht rxl diy I'ltrons taken to Absolutely Puro.l Last night, sitting in a canoe on tho any part oftewn Frca of Charge. & -:- lako, tho listener heard for a long timo Good Livery Attached. Fare rf Hotel s 00 per A cream of tarter baking pow- tho soft, aerial twitterings and calls Sin 11 6m day. A. II HAST1N, Prop. der. Highest of all in leavening which mean to tho birds, bound on thoir Ky. M. Newland, W. S. Uutth, strength. Latest United States long journey, perhaps from Canada to .Deputy Sherllt AltJ. Kt Iw. 3 Florida, what "kcoping hold of hands" Government rood Keport. means to human beings. "Chirp? Litc& Primary, I'repsratery and Collfcute Depart- EOYALBAKING POWDER CO., tle ono, aro you thero? It's a long way menu. to Cuba, do you know, and you'vo nevScientific, Classical ami Special Courses 01 100 Wall Street, Now Yorfc. Conoral b'tudy er been there before. " "Chirp! chirpl hcboolsef .Music, Art, Kreech and Etocnliofi. I will ta TTTTVnO Hero ant I, I should rather say! Going Ilett teachers cwplored, ea.h a specialist is her Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky B niUJ-iO- . forcaihorln trade lor leather on to Cuba's nothing when you fool tho own Department. court days at Stanford or at my home in Olten We offer our services te the public to do a sen Hoarding pupsls uuler the dlre-c- eupcrvities el helm. Chat. Ennslin, Tanner. way in your bones, and in your wings ral Colic ling ltiisinnt. Accounts, iietes, etc teacher. 11 ta oallecied in aui parts 01 tuecoualy. Ferlurther infermaimn, address especially, and in your very pinfeath-ers- . WILLIAM SlULfON. PresldenU B. Castleman. A. G. Lankan John Chirp, chirp, twitter, twitter Como on, mamma, wo'll load tho way 1" On, on, indeed I Attornoj at Law, All night long, no doubt, ono might - heat tho soft calls and oven tho flutter, as suits customer. Can fit any man. Ready-mad- e or made to measure, now and then, of tireless wings. Do tho axl Assl(r-- t Will act as Kxecutor.lAdeiimttrsMr old birds know every lako and stream HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Special attention Cl.en to Ssttlessnts ol Fs. on their way? Possibly. Thoy boom to Oilers his services o the people ol West Lin- ates, as Attorney and bale and Divlsltm of follow familiar paths in all they tlo, ! 1 uil stock of Cotfius ! coln and Casey Counties slants' Lands. and Caskets always on hand. and yet what almpst world reaching Office on Lancaster St overSupl . W. F. McCla D $ Carpenter. Manager 9J y's office. 9 journeys thoy makol This rosy pino grosbeak wintered in Ruia last year; MANAGERS, A. S. this year ho will winter in IMassuchu-fcett- s perhaps; moantimo ho has inado Ocwmerce Building, LouifcviUa n little urctic expedition of his own, Surgeon J F. liARKKR, Proprietor, Dentist, Agents throughout the South prcatly reduced prices and and could tell Nordeuskjold nud Peary T am now sellinfT Pianos and Orcans at all about tho north polo if ho only on easy monthly payments, orany other terms to suit tho purchaser - , Kv, W . A. THID3L3, Local Agent, would. Ho has been thero and consid- best. I give special attention to man orucrs anu turry as nut .t .mi: Rate TWO DOLLARS Per Day. OiSceover McRobcrts' IruiSloM in the Owsley ers it a small matter. This humming Huildinj STANFORD, KV. bird could bo put into my Judy's thim- - of goods as can be found any wherein the land. Large Remodeled and rtfurnlsheo throughout. cheaper than I have ever and Commodious feample KoenM bio, with his bonk sticking out liko her I am selling SEWING MACHINES Halls and office connected )y Klectric Hells ,.ir you ARKGOING., needle, but thero is no man who has sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 survoyed tho Noith Amorican continent F. II. RILBY. Troprlotor, Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. ok with such it compreheusivo view as his. J. W. llAlltiHSIAh. will be in charge of the store, but in taking M.S. Mrs. Margaret Portman . THE. Boston Transcript. London. - - - Kontuoky. will continue sol Har-le- SEED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, RYE J.H. BAUGHMAN CO.. THE BAST1N HOUSE, STiSLIsTFOKB Proprietors, 1 ford, Ky. Female College, Stanford, FallSessIon Opens Sept. 1 1 I II 1 lliul liBiII Eiul!i" 11 Euroh. lTo"wland, Collectors, t I ROYAL OF UVEHPOOL. Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, "Wallaos E. Vtornoii, insurance Gompay UNDERTAKER, Stanlord, Kcutttclzy. BARBEE&OASTLEMAfl H. J. M'ROBERTS. PIANOS and ORGANS iSr BARKER HOUSE, PRICE, Somerset, Kentucky. Sinn ford THE RILEY HOUSE EIGHTH WEST, LOUISVILLC 4 NAtHVILLt R. R. line for you, ai ' It the iti Double Dally Trains Make'cloie connection! at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Tor any information enquire cf uc. Agent, JOES. Stanford, Ky THE ATLANTA EXPOSITION WILL BE HELD Sept. 18th to Dec. 31st, 1895. On ground traversed by nrli'pits, over which Sherman threw ln first he.l into Atlanta 31 years ago. the Exposition is last taking shape, i'he railway facilities ol the great QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE Audllts connections to Atlanta, together with low railway rates, will enable the people to male a delightful trip at but small expense. f he Queen St Cretctnt runs superb Nestibuled trains with through sleepers and carrying Parlor, Cafe and Observation Cars, from Cincinnati direct to Atlanta, passing through Georgetown, Lexington, Someret and iiarriman en route. More than The Musical Voice. teaching as before. Address Dr. Pegg, who was ouco an associate of Abbo Liszt, ontortaius tho opinion that tho voices of singers may bo affecto ed by thoir diot In thofco parts of How doth the little busy bee, whero fish is tho chiof article of Improve each shining hour, food, thero aro fow lino vocalists nud Gathering honey all the day, tho voice in ordinary speech thero is apt to lack dolicacy of timbro and also dig From every opening flower, nity. Dr. Pegg has como to tho concluriiri unu livtrn this in vour little shool book loner aco? Business was sion that tho food most desirablo for keeping stock, singers is of a graumivorous kind, yet very dull all summer, however, we have been busy they may properly iucludo a moderato improving each shining hour, getting ready for busy timcc. quantity of meat in their daily ropast Terms Cash; Prices Low. There is where the "honey" part of Ho discards tho idea that malt liquors the poem comes in, We will not quote you Furniture, Capets, Wall givo strength to tho voico, though thoy cold type. It would not look well, but we arc all right and do may stimulate its action for a brief Paper in from one flower. We will give you as timo. Thoy had better be avoided by uot want too much "honey" thoso singers who desire to keop their much for your money as one possibly can. You will get rock bottom tones freh and rich. figures. We are right in the procession with our distant but friendly Tho smoking habit is not necessarily competitors and will give you the benefit of prices that arc worth injurious to the voico, if tho indulgence the consideration of people from a distance. Depend upon us, or in it bo well restrained and tempernto. We have plenty of time to write letters. Dr. Pegg lias no patience with thoso write us. French composers professing to be symbolists who would miuglo with ninsio tho "potent spirit of perfume. " Tho o ancient Romans beliored that in Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. thero was n subtlo power to create emotion, but it ought not to bo used in HERD OK THE combination with inusio to iutonsify an nitistic impression. Tho music alouo Red should bo all powerful. this position does not give up her class in Music, but M.S.iiJ.W.Baiighman, -- P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. rxoraisTOKt- Eu-rop- aFKANK RILtV, LIVERY, FEED & SALE DON'T FOROKr THAT STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. THE FAVORITE MILLS, 77 1 have moved 10 ny new Hotel and am better prepared Iban ever to accommodate the public, t.ooj Lircty attached sad .very convenience Give me a call. d. AT McKINNKV, KY., Have just been overhauled and repaired from bottom to top by the fatuous Richuwiid City Mill for Works, of Richmond, IijiI , and with capacity now Increased, aro dtng more and better work HARNESS SHOP than ever .ih the old reliable I) V s, Kfonedy as head ir.dUr, jou are sure of iroed You will And a good assortment of Harness, llaseyour repairmi; done by flour and fair treatment H. sun nnd bring us Haddlca, .V. our man, he understands his business. We have a your grinding and wnrii b tying call tor our old and .ll esiablubod brands, favorite Patent, La. mcchaulc in our dies' Kaotitc aud Ilakers' Choice HA 1Kb A SON, BLAOKSHITH.SHOP. .Successor to K. L Tanner, ravorlte Milling Co wjrlc aid imjfjCtJr WIIIcuarantMllrtt-lts- i d'icM Ty our ho". shcxr. II you ss first-cla- turnouts will leave our stable, rales, luour nexnl livery glo us a call. Nothing but bee us llrl-dle- FOR WITHERS & HOOKER, HLUE-GUAS- S Two Good Blue-GrasIlustonvillc, Lincoln Co., Ky. SAX.K t s Iarms near Livery FIRST-CLAS- G. B. COOPER, Proprietors of .. and FcctlJ Stable, iTANIOltD, i KV. por-fum- Duroc Jersey Swine An Ailrolt Teacher. Consideration for others is not always rewarded in this world, howsoever it may bo in tho nest. Tho Nashun (N. II. ) school board w ifchod to get rid of a teacher for what was, to it, incompetoo mllea shortest line Special low reduced rates to the Exposition Ask jour Queen & Crescent tence, but in order not to iutorforo with tho teacher's prospects olsowhoro tho egent something about it in detail. Write to A. J. LYTLF.D PA, - Chattanooga, Tenn board committeo agreed to olect her, CHAS. V. ZKLL, D. P. A., - - Cincinnati, O providod sho would rooigu at ouco. Sho was elected, did resign, but before ForJfree inforir ation and printed matter. by tho board sho withdrew her W."C. RINEAllSON.G. P. A., - - Cincinnati resignation and fcubatitnted a requost San Francisco. to bo relieved of certain work, which Portland. ..To the.. the bourd refused to grant, and thoreby rathor estopped itsoll from demanding hor resignation. This young woman may Via The not bo a very good teacher, but sho is a capital politician. Bustou Traveller. sggrggggsjaas Sigi , sgte. Seggeagg ksV -- R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. rigs forsa's fron tv best Tho beirsot Mrs. Amer.ci llailey, deed., offer lor salo her two Farms, situHtcd al tit ono mile westof Huttonvllle, in Lincoln county, on the Itradlordsville turnpike road. These two Farms adjoin aod taken together contain Jto ncres el land and can be divided so us to Include oliout 140 acres In the home place and aoo acres in tho sth er. The buildings and imprrovemcuts ou tacn aro comfurtablo aud substantial. Kach ot the farms is well watered and convenient to eoeil schools and churches Terms reasonable. Title dear. For further informatlju apply to either of us. J. 1'. J1AI1.KY, Manlord, Ky., J V liOL'KKK, llustonville, Ky. M D , Dn- FAYKTTK S vllle, Ky Hnlng bought of f W Green his l.lvetv business and added new buggies and hurses, we arc prepared to furnish S TURNOUTS On short notice dunlap, The traveling public will find us always ready and willing to turnith Drummers' Wagons, cither single or double, or Cam-aire- s of atf kinds at very LOW PRICtS. The beys in end around town will also find us the people to deal with. Stop wltnus when in town at courts arid entertainments and your horse and vehicle will be well cared for O.ll. COOPKR Myers House Stable, btauford, Ky. S7 ssS-- Stock. llreedcrs secured from tno T bet herds -- Moor's TRY ONE. Vc t typt of Rejtstere Solicited In several different States. Correspondence Farmers BanMTrast OK FIRST NATIONAL BANK Co win OF.STANPOKD, KY. STANFORD, KY for business Cupital Stock- Surpluo Tight Mter. (scawfully'oruanired and ready 3200,000 23,7O0 Paid up Capital of guarantee satisfaction. mMtm&&k VtT ... . - yTTT" Only, Dining Car Koute Frcm -w ss. UiuJll Bl W K Pi. Is r0w7f7v2 TO CHICAGO. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers ol Modem Patter a. Forlmpor any information, aldrets X. H. BACO.V, sTRAKK J.HEID, D.P. A., G. P. Agent, Louisville Chicago. - Denrer. lie SURE to call for MONON' Route, St. Paul. -- 1 teachers on arriviug and on leaving This practice has, howover, recently boon forbiddeu by tho board of education, bocausti it is hold by tho sanitary council that klmg is a dangerous proceeding from a hygieuio poiut of view, and should only bo rojorted to when absolutely iieceary. That it is unnecessary in this particular case will bo granted by most psoplo, but still it is to bo feared that whatever terrors in the way of Infection unil disease may lurk in a kiss, whera Oapid holds sway, boards of education aud even acts of parliament Will bo power km to bdoiidu it b&mm Nnea. school. KlsilriC Ilysleulciilly Unhealthy. In Hungary it used to bo customary for children to kiss tho hands of thoir It Uses Less Fuel For Halls and Offices' W0mk NPbh Than anv heater in the market. THE STDVE HIGGINS & MeKINNEY, Attention or the public is invited to the far that this Is tba only National Hank In Stanford Surplus, . Under the provisions of the National Hank are secured not only by the capital to Till! LINCOLN NATIOJIAl stock, but by the stockholders' liability for as SUCCESSOR amount equal to the stock, so that dopositon ol HANK OK SfANrORD, MowclosiDs up) with the same assste and uadei this institution are secured by a fund of Jaoo.oce. rive sworn statements of thocondttion of the bank ihu same manaeement. By provisions of us chaiter, depositors are as are made each yearto tho United States govern-weand Its fully protected ai aio depositors m Katlona,' by governmentassets are examined at stated tames agents, thus securing addititoaa Uanks, lU shareholder! being held individutllr and perfect safety to depositors. tiaole to the extent of the amount of their ttoc This par value therool, in addition to ths Depositinstitution, originally established as th therein at the Hank of Stanford in i8j8, then amount invested in such shares. It may actss lied as the National Hank ot Stanford in 1861 and executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully a again reorganised as the Hirst National Bank ol an individual. Staulord iu iSSa, his had practically an uninterTo those who entrusted their bulsincss to us rupted existence of 11 years. It is better supplied while mnaglng the Lincoln National liack si now withlacllitles for transacting business prompt Stanlord, we we here tender our many thinks an! ly and liberally than ever before in its long trust they will continue to transact their ')ininM honorable career. Accounts or corporations and t attenfiduwith us, offering as a guarantee for years' espenoncc in ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully sollc- tion to same, our .wenty banking and as liberal accommodations as are conThe Directory of this Bank is composed ol sistent with sound banking. Forcslus Keid, Lincoln county; i S.T. Harris, Lincoln; directors; J J. Williams, Mt, Vernon; J. H. Colhei, Lincoln; . II. Shcnks, Stanford ; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II, Baughman,) Lincoln; J.S. Owsley, SUnford; S.J.Embry, Stanford; J. S. Hocker, Stanford;! J. B. Owsley, Stanford; W. A. Tribbio, Staaford; J F Cash, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; William OoocB,, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mllle('gevllls, K. L. Tanner,;McKinney; W. H.Cumuims,;Picachersill Preside- - M,"er' J. B. Hocker, S. 11. Bhsnki, President, Jno. J. McRobcrts, Cashier; Dr. J.'B. Owsley, Ceihlsr, , . W.M. Bright, TtUcx. A A. McKlnoey, Ant, nt pro-ap- - - $200,000. 2o,000 "'' ' ' CUr .a Wst-tf'-