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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895111201 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. nr ,"w r tj. ' Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXIII. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 12. 1895. NEWSY NOTES. . NO. 73 teachers and pupils board at Statu expense in asylum. Tho Baptists will give a musical and The secretary of State will have the elocutionary entert .iunient Thanksgivappointment of tho assistant secretary of ing evening, Nov. 2Sth. The proceeds Slate, whose appointment must be conwill go towards paying for the lot they firmed by tho governor, salary il.SOO; recently purchased. two clerks In tho corporation department Died last Thursday after an illnecs of foes segregating f 1.S00 and 51200. Tho three weeks of typhoid fever, Mr. Jamea auditor will appoint the insurance Hammack, young man about I'O yeara $ 1.000; deputy infltuancu comof Mgrt, and a member of the Lancaster missioner, il',000, two clerks in iuouiauco band. Burial occurred on Friday bureau 11,800 nmWl.'JOO. Irwin's majority forKl!road Commis AstiHtant auditor, salary i2,000, chief sioner in this county is only 235 Instead clerk i 1,800, nine clerks, salaries 11,500 zt i as tirat reported. Alexander got and one clerk $1,300. Tho treasuter will oi 1,000 and Irwin 1.315, tho former runhave tho naming oi his assistant, whoso ning ..iiiMd of Ttluraud the latter seven salary will boflJOO. behind Worthingtou. The comtnlMlonor of agriculture will Mrs. Will George ban ruturuod from appoint one clerk, snlary $1,200, and a a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mra. grain inspector and n gnln weigher Brown, of Briato), Teun. Mr. and Mm". at Louisville, salaries fees option-ai- y Will Browning have returned to Lexingwith commisttioner, mually ton after a vie:t to .Mr. and Mrs. John $3,000 to f 1,000. weigher, ft Anderson. Col. W. O. Bradley spent worth Jl.ftOO, The superintendent of Saturday night at home. public instruction will appoint three Tho beautiful and artistic conservaclerka nt $1,600; $1,000 and $S00 respec- tory of Mr. H. II. Bitson is about comtively. Uegister of lands will name two pleted at a coat of !ZJ. When it is clerks whose salaries will be il.'.'OO nnd a Joined with rich, rare liar era of varied one clerk, whose Hillary will be $1,000. hue and many handtome exotics it will Tho sinking fund coinmlsjinners, com- indeed be au attractive and pledging adposed of tho governor, secretary of Stute, dition to their new homo on auditor, treasurer nnd attorney general street. will elect two penitentiary wardens, A B Brown, Sr., and James Hardin, I'J.OOO; two deputy wardens, $1,'2C0 who engaged in a shooting atfray last Two ihyicianr, Wednesday one chaplain, fl.'JOO. afternoon, gave bjud to up S1,'2U and 41 guards, $750 each, end n for trial but Mr. Brown was number of minor em ploy ch. Tho rail- t longht yesterday to be nnnble to do so road commlMionera vtilt select a clerk, Vnl.j Mr. Brown baa been suffering salary Jl.'JOO. somewhat from tho wound in his neck he was never thought to have been dan-- g How They All Are. uously shot. It is hoped by tho friendH Gallatin. Tknn , Nov. 0, 1805. Mlrs of both parties that tho unpleasantness Spencer, of Virginia, has been compell at an end between tho two men. ed to retire from tho Faculty of Howard At the rally Friday night thero wero Ketnalo Colleg on account of failing torch light processions and three bands health. To take her place Prof. Hub- In attendance, besides many entbusiaa bard baa been bo fortunate as to secure tic republicans and some sick democrats. the services of Mlea Carrie Smith, oj Tnero wero three speeches from tho Nashville, who recently returned from a stand erected in central nark. Hon. year's study of vocal music, physical cul- John V. Yerkes, of Danville, Judge G. ture and tho French language in Paris. M. Davison, of Stanford, nnd Lewis L. Miss Smith teaches four days of tho Walker, oldest son of Judge William E. week in Howard College and two days Walker, recently elected representative at her studies in Nashville and sings on of this county on the democratic ticket Sundays at Tulip striiot church. Law is Walker has surprised his friends Mrs. Hubbard Is recovering from an hero by the strong, enthusiastic stand be attack ot fevor, which lasted during tho has recently taken for the republican month of October. Her health con- party. Ho renounced bis faith in detinues bad. mocracy and nvowed his strong alleMies Laura MacAnally expects tOBpend giance to republicanism. tho winter with her mother in PhiladelBen Leu Hardin expresses our phia. Site is convalescent after a severe as to lt infamous secret ballot, attack of typhoid fever. n Kugent) Hubbard, of the Boatmen's though in more language Hank, St. Louis, took bis bed on Thurs- than any but a born artist in tho use of day last with n temperature ot 103, but words could do: " The gingrenouB foetus of timid demwas slightly Improved nt last accounts His health has been poor since the curly ocrats hvphentted with unscrupulous ro publicans known as tho new constitution! spring. Hubbard got a promotion on which gives license to cowards in exerArthur tbo rat of November nnd is still greatly cising the right of HnHrago, is tho sole caupuof pgwerliiiu transferred to a Tic pleased ith the Hargadlno-McKittrii- k -- Near Winston, N. C, an insane fathtion largely composed of those who have dry goods company of St. Louis. A Wail from Alabama. To the Kditor of the Interior Journal. Heavy rains in Middle Tennessee, no interest In our State's glory atid wel- er named Heed, attacked his daughter Moktoomeiiy, Ala., Nov. 9 Poor old which wero very much needed. Trade fare. The secret ballot Is the stillotto with a knife cutting her throat fromear fa picking up. Everybody disgusted which buries its poisoned point in the vi to ear. Ho then seized an ax and buried Kentucky, you havo gono back on your with politics. Tho democrats can saw tals of a virtuous and manly sovereign- tho blado in her body, killing her in- principle, and tbo grand old "democratty, nud until this provision ia wiped stantly. ic party" that baa built vou up, and wood now. J. M. II. from our books, th mafia of ignorance Win. Nowman wa3 .hung at Little made you what you are. Your politics Maj. L. C. Norman, who Horved as aud cupidity will have tho ascendency Hock, Ark., for tho murder of his wife, is now as black ns a native born Afriwhose body was found in a creek. His can, you nro to be pitied in your downchairman of tbo democratic State cam- over Kentucky chivalry." iwi m arrest grow from blsjprotest without be- fall, and straying off after strange Gods, paign committee, believoa that tbo reA dispatch from Frankfort aaye: As ing accus-"Before God I never d and no doubt but what you will be well publicans will remain in power in Ken- for Senator Blackburn, ho is mad, and my wife." cursed In your downward course. Shame tucky until the people tire a( their rule, no amount of sympathy which bis Tho board lof ladylJcommissionors on you for laying aside tho white man's and that the State will go republican friends can bestow on him will restore noxt year. Certainly it will if any thing Ida good humor. Ho refuses to talk for for Kentucky at tho Atlanta Exposition principle, and going blindfolded into a held a meeting at Lexingtou and declar- party that will cause you grief and is wrong at Frankfort. publication, but to a friend hero a day or ed a vacancy in thejposition of president, Bbarae. Am afraid you havo bit off your Firemau Lovo was killed and En- two ngo ho declared that tho rolentless held by Mrs. Cantrill, and elected Mrs. nose to spite your face. gineer Corbett perhaps fatally hurt by a war on him by those who opposed bim Sallie Humphrey Obenault to the posiThe iNTKRtoit Journal elates that for collision on the L. & N., uear Franklin, was BOineteing unheard of in tho history tion. 40 years tho Btate was democratic, look Tcnn. of Amoricau politics, and bo openly anMiss VInnie Miller, a Spencervillp you were blessed during those 40 nounced that for some time to come ho O., belle, isatjtho point of death from how How to Prevent Croup. years, nnd how happy and prosperous Some reading that will prove intsreitlng to would bo a participant in politics only blood poisoning. She trimmed a corn youug mothers. How to guard agalmt tho disto tbo extent of using bis long political on ono of her toes till it bled and put on you were. You havo the wide world ease. reputation as growing the finest women, Croup It a terror to young molhen ami to pott knife on his enemies. It is said that the a pair of black hose. Tbo coloring in her equal cannot be found on the globe, them concerning the came, tint fympturat and tbo hose is supposed to have (caused tbo treatment la tie object oi thli item. The origin Senator raved over the subject in a perChildren who are and also for raising fine stock and whisof croup la a common cold. fectly uncontrollable manner, and de trouble. aubject to It take cold very puny ana croup It hoarie-netauro to follow. The Grit symptom U Tho South CarolinaHconstitutional ky. You aro equal to tbo "Land of Promnounced in tbo most bitter and scathing tbU it aoon followed by a peculiar rough ise" in many respects. cough, which ii eauly recogntitd and will never terms those who contributed to his de- convention has incorporated in the conYe prodigals should return to tho dembe iorifotten by one who hat heard it. The time feat. a section holding sborifla restitution to act la when the child Ant becomep hoarie. If Chambe?lam'a Cough Keraedy it f roely siren all sponsible for prisoners taken from their ocratic fold, repent and bo baptized with Jamea O. Matthews, colored, was tendency to croup will aoon disappear. Kven altbo democratic tears, you will then live ter the croupy cough haa developed it will prevent elected judge ot the recorder's court at custody and lynched. The penalty is to happily together on the fatted calf of the attack. There ti no danger in giving Ihb Albaby, N. Y., on the democrat!: ticket. be removal from oflice and ineligibility your land. remedy lor it con taint nothing injurious. to hold omce in luturo. For aale by Craig & Hx.Wer, Slaniord, Ky. Bo more watchful in the futuro, and a Soo tbo World's Fair for 15 Cents, The Frankfort Capital eays: The of Xait Urlm Upon receipt of your addiett and 15 cents In The wifetof Mr. Leonard Weill. do not let the "wolf" in the sheep's cloth-- 1 field. Mass.. had been eufteiing from nturaJjria postage stamps we will mall you our Sou rem r sudden resignation of Col, Gaither, of the ine enter inlo your fold, and deatrovl lor two dayt, not being able to sleep or hardly Portfolio of the World'a Columbian Exposition. second regiment, together with all the your peace and happiness. keep still, when Mr. iioldcn, the merchant there The regular price ia 50c, but at we want you to tent ner a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain ilalin, and have one we make the price nominal. You will commissioned and other officers of the asked piat snt give It a. thorough trial. Un Meet- nod it a work of Art aud a thing to be prised. It A Kkntuckian. ing Mr. Welle the naxt day he was told that the contalna full page viewt of the great buildings, company at Harrodsburg, Indicates that tbppaifl harlro: left her within two with descriptions of tame and is executed In the was. all right, Balm was highest styfeof art. If not satisfied with It after theee good democrats and soldiers don't Thieves reversed the usual order at houn. AmT'.Lhif iLa bottle you Kt it we will refund the stamps and let you worth $.oo if itxould not be had for leu. Hock- - keep the booV. Addrcit H. E. Bucklers &Co., propose w serve jvomucu.y tinuer a re- Covington by breaking into the jail and for sale at so cents por bottle by CrsigS Chicago, III. publican administration. er, Hualord Ky. carrying off everything to be bad. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Offices nt Their Disposal. It limy bo enteroeling to know u'lint f . i. Thn tiirlnv. I. "' ,u "" , u 'our ,n ofilcoa tho no wly elected oflleorow ill hnvo . , uur. to ueetow, bo wo publ sh the list. - --- -ropuu.ican trleuda too on loo over auu , " ! i iwi jii;. k they want: The gov Elder George Gowon left Monday to will appoint n private aecreUry, ealary begin a series of meetings at Mayslick. $1,200; Statu inspector and examiner, He will be abpent about two weeks. 13,000; adjutant general, :,000; assistant -- Mr. and Mrs. Alex West entorlained adjutant general, fl.'JOO; arsenal keeper, last week in honor of Mr. nud MrB. fSOO; inspector of mines, f 1.800 Bnd 18 OnarUs Deoman, cf Nicholasvillo, (ueo as curator of ttiu geologic! survey; assis Mibi Carrie West. Tho tant inspector of mines, il,-'0- 0. -- Kev O M Keid preached at tho inombera of the State board of rqiulizt Uaptlst cliuruli Sunday morning Hiid will tlon, wboeo pay Bhall be So per day for preach for tho inouibera of this church, euch time un the board is in session while Itev. T, S. Campbell is in Danville. feeble-minde- d of iiiRiiuue A new furnace is being put in tho at Frankfort, salary 12,000. 'Hire blgh graded school building, when fin tmUrits r'J.OOO; superintendent, Uhcd it will bo n nicely equipped school nine assistant physicians and turn stewhaving many conveniences, for both ards, salaries ranging from $lt'2tHi io jVjO, ,,,,,:,,,,;, ........ - com-iniftaio- Bggro-gati- ng pal-urio- s, pr to-da- y, 1 senti-munt- B bigh-faluti- 11 Arbor day was observed by the Blu denta of Rifle College in outskirts of our city, as a holiday bo far sb books and lessons count, but they studded the cam-pu- a with a variety of selected shade and ornamental trees. Your Huetonvillo oditor was reive in pastoral work, Thursday last, dispensing comfort to the diappointod and gvg mvwm gvg v yt and illustrating by a smiling cheerfulness and philosophic resignation tho absurdity of crying overBplit-milk- . Tho exultation of victory in yells and deafening detonations are all right oi course, but let it be wbis pered that your humble scribe is not tbo 5 only louesonio listener who would recognize melody in a diflerent brand of powder and dilTerent comploxioned opA dispute ovor rent caused J. II. erators of tbo feBtibuI. Hayes, of Loo county, Alabama, to shoot Notices of Billy Stflj? and Jim and kill Michael and Henry Harper, ten- - Wright's funerals have not been ipsued ants. but wo understand that tho form will While talking to a crowd in Iront of bo locked and printing rushed as soon as a church near Hopklnsville, Lonnio Hail tho dates are furnished. Jesa Hi He was ,..... ....11.. .. """ mmiiy Biio. oy an unKtiown par stricken Wednesday. At first, thought party. dangerously, but is reported much imTho next Ladies' Home Journal will proved Friday morning by a fake tolo- contain tho opening chapters of Mary , which claimed that Bradley ia not Anderson do Navarro's stage career elected. Some appropriator of John Fleming, of Kansas City, Bbot tho loosely stored traps lifted James at a supposed burglar and Beriously wounded his aou who was returning Simpson's buggy rug Ust week before tbo moon bad entered protest against opfrom church. erations of thieves. Tom Price's buggy-hous- e Tho son of Prof. It. F. on immediate roadside seemed to Crockett, of Hopklnsville, fell head suggest a completion of the outfit, but Formerly President of the Columbus Painless Dental Co., of Chicainto tho lire while playing and was some interposition saved tho buggy at go, 111., now permanently located at Louisville, Ky., will visit fatally burned. expense of only tho top, which was skillHenry Blackburn, aged GO, took rat poison Bt Evansrille, Ind , because his fully removed from even the county so dangbtr threatened to to marry one of far as known. Well, we are again inpressed with hid (arm bauds. tho propriety of going out of the neighWalter Billings, of Lowell, Mass., to obtain information of what's was killed and almost devoured by n borhood going on at home. A 9 A,I tame boar that ho had owned nnd trainc d blacksmith is in our citj! Whisper that since it was n cub. B iftly if you know that it is a fact, for Wesley Minen, of Lewis county, wib EST Remaining one week until Saturday, Nov. 30th. -- a driven crazy by tho loss of his vote. Ho thero is much afloat now to revive of the inquisition. Truth mintiRik the prohibition device for that Dr. Bender has been connected with some of the largest Dental will lloat to the surface, however deep of thtj replican party. tho well Into which alio may bo flung. Colleges and Institutions in the country and has no superiors in the J. W. C.ulman, a rolative of Presiprofession. Some of our innocents who wero He is prepared to dent Cleveland's wife, died at Chicago explanations of n sadly demor of a bu let wound, during nlized exchequer, whilst they were a spell of despondency. in the G. A. R. festivities, modTho judgea of the court of appeal estly eupyressed all reference to the sure haa decided that Judge-elec- t George thing (!) they stumbled on in their first should qualify as soon ns ho reencounter with thrpo card monte And without the use of Gas, Cocaine. Odontunder. ' Chloroform. ceives bis commission. m menus wuo lurnisiieu change to pay Ether, Electricity, or any sleep producing agents, but by a President Cleveland is said to ragard I method their camp expenses probably still think invented by Dr. Bender and used only by himself, vho is the easiest, tbo recent defeat of the party not as an uprising against tho democrats, but ai a turn pit puuiBia luucueu ino victims. quickest and best painless extractor in the United States so Names furnished on ppplication. acknowledged by the dental profession at large. Where he causes revolt against party bosses, Tbo McKinney correspondent you In a freight wrock on the Kentucky pain in any operation he makes no charge. blister in last issue was right, so far as Central, near Mildale, Henry Huttsell, rumor goes, except in the immaterial in charge of a string of horses, was killed that Hon. B. B. King's back was and the fireman fatally injured. wrenched getting on his boreo instead of At a danco at Nebraska City, Nob., in Jailing off. Tho worry aud natural Tom Maher fatally shot Miss Maudo Fea-slwear and tear of an active canvass found because she was preparing to go Ben about frazzled on election day, but homo under tbo escort of another man. who wouldn't havo been chirrupy as a -- J. II. Hayes ahot and killed Michael Tooth Free Charge wren noxt day when returns showed him "When Plates aro ordered. Fillings with all kinds of material without pain at rea nnd Henry Harper, nonr Uirmingham, a winner in face of what would bave sonable cost. Ala., in a fight which was caused by the Mnnv symptoms of catarrh, headache, earache, indigestion, dyspepsia, etc., aro been killing odds against any one but a refusal of tho Harpers to pay their rent the result of decayed teeth and roots of teeth. To bo cured of these aches and favorite of tho gods? pains one must commence at their origin, which is tbo teeth W. E. G. Ellison, aged OS, a n Boyle Stone, of Liberty, bad gotten only cured by the skilled treatment of a dentist. Thoso who and gums, which ar nro in a delfcato and citizan of Charleston, W. V , as far aa this place Friday, as general nervous condition can coiuo nnd have teeth extracted and filled and feel as calm as If committed suicide by drowning himself traveling agent of a museum hunting they had had no work performed. in tho Kanawha river. Bad health was Br. Bender guarantees all work and doe-- as he advertises. Corae early and ayoid freaks. His especial meat now is a Kenjj the rush, as his rooms aro alwavs crowded. Office hours 0 m to 5 r. ji. tho cause. tucky democrat whoso under jaw isn't Free hour S:30 to 9:S0 each day. CONSULTATION FRKIJ A Western paper eaya that during banging at n drop which suggests a win- -J tne last outlays more than 200 bead of u w oi n blacksmith s ion. If hu can cattle have died in Westorn Kansas from find any individual capable of successeuliug second gro . th sorghum, which is fully simulating a sickly smiio who hsa rank poison. cheek enough to pose as a democrat A bold-ovdemocratic Senator said .Boyle has a job awaiting him. Moy tho at Frankfort that if tho republicans un- good Lord smile on Boyle's noble misdertake to unseat democrats in the House sion. I can't smile. Though not dead, bo would favor resort to similar tactics domocracy certainly Hleepetb very War to the Knife. hy the democratic majority in tho Sen-at- houndiy. escaping gaa in n Now York tenement house. i A school teacher at Now Orleans fell fRnnathlrd-etorwindow of tbo building and broko his neck. Tho president signed tho nroolnma- tion opening the Nez Perces ceded lands to settlement on Nov. 18. William Metioy, a farmer living near Bethel, committed Btticido by Bbooting himself through tbo bowels. Charles Buckner, a col ored boy, died at Hopklnsville after g tho wholo of n largo watermelon. Three steamers, Scotia. Sidney Dillon and B.S Khea, were burnod to tbo water's edge at Cincinnati. Loss y , b - 8. 0. Husch and wife wero suffocated KIDD'S STORE. TeeEli Extracted Witafc Pain. Teeth Filled mmmmm Teeth Crowned Without Pain. Without Pain. CCr7:53ff5w: -- d, wood-splitti- ng eat-iu- Q 175,-00- 0. a K 1 gr-tm- mo-mo- iu. deft-fingere- d DR. E. P, BENDER, ' Famous Surgeon of National Reputa tion. fore-mo- at STANFORD OH JVOb mm, wife-whippi- ffllmAm WWIaaeiW, 9a mi-nute- in solf-inlltcte- d, tak-iugi- ug Du-Holl- o EXTRACT, GROWN AND FJLL TEETH WITHOUT PMN, to-da- 1 a y do-ta- il Teeth Extracted Free of Charge and Without Pain Between the Bouts of8:80and er Teeth $5. 9:30 Each Day. Teeth $8. Extracted of Teeth $10. well-know- t . DR. E. P. BENDER. er The Charles Wheeler Emporium. e. Prices Lower Than The Lowest. Your money never wooldbuy as much as at present, reached the for we have d. mur-dere- Climax of Low Ppiees. We. have but one desire, that is to show you goods and Bed Rock Prices. quote you ts Itfl wnen you arise some morning ana nna tne 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. .... 1 M 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 pro CHAS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. duce. at i; 4- tttAtVr Is ReciYinr His I I FALL it AND 1 V' : WINTEE GOODS. call. Goods Warrantedand a Perfect Fit Guaranterd. Give me I WffT ,"Ty $ imt " u fW" ;CJiC DUROC HOGS FcwVadyfoM Taints llrowst Totter. all subject to register. J. M. McROBEKTS, StanTho appoarauco of Mrs. James Brown 60 m ford. Potter at Daly's theater recalls a conPublished Every Tuesday and Friday versation that I had recently with a APPLY TO aT liuly who is a friend of Jniues Brown But "The Wonder" will burn it not split. Chunks, knots, sticks, ga PER YJEAJ IN A.DV.A.NaiE Potter. , "Jimmie Potter toltl ino not long cobs, etc, just suit it. mr When not to paid 02.50 will be charged." ..For., ago," sho said, "that ho was ready to Lifo, Firo or Tornado Insuranco. tnko his wifo back whenovor sho was K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. williug to como and never ask a qnes-tioYour policy will be Issued promptly and renewals Trains leave Stanford l 7:15 a. m nd j p. m, Ho said he had kopt his homo as No ashes, no dust, no smoke. Acts like a base burner. com. t.olcd after. None Call and panlot repretenttd. Office on but the best oppom, and 9:10 p, m. timing at 4:30 p. Main Street, much liko it was whon sho was mistress 64 un site St. Asaph Hotel. of it as was possible, anil ho had taken sec it and then "Wonder" why you have not bought one long ago. LOCAL TIME CARD. pains especially to keep her room jnBt . ti 17P m Wo. s, Train going North BIG-- : ' ...... 315am as sho had left it, so that if by any " No. so. " South Ha. Sf la 04 p m chanco sho should ever wish to como it 1 ijpm No. --3, back sho would find a welcomo in tho For full information ai to time of Irains, Sic. familiar things that aro thero. Ho QUEEN & CRESCENT. lite any renretsn.ativa llig Kour Keute. I). II MAKTIN, O. tcCORMCK, that ho did not caro anything at Gen Pass, and lit Ag rais. Traffic Mr Train 1 pais Junction City at followa all about what tho world might say. A No, x South 11 37 a m No a North Pn ,.1.46 p m home was waiting for his wifo when" 3 " m " 4 " II.5S " 6 ' m ..3.13 n 3 u.oi m ' 8 " ever Bhe wanted ORCHARD, LAWN, GARDE2T Dealer in I n .a .3.37 m Thero is a touch of pathos in that dec.6 00 m 8 40 pm 10 y " FALL. 8 Note. Nos. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur laration which is not inconsistent with her than Junction City, nor on Sunday. , tho devotion that Jamos Brown Potter All kinds ol' Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Small Kruiti, Grape Vines, Asparagus, always showed to his brilliant wife. Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, vii t, tig i;cuu. uuy uircciauu save monTo selfish natures this declaration ey. Catalogues on application to 11. K HILL.ENMF.YP.R, would seem most weak, but to thoso SIDI3SG, 6$ im Ltxington, Ky. lovo only onoe, and then people who forovor 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 RpYALJS:aj S. 11. UAUGHMAN. attitudo of James Brown Potter will bo Hotel of i rooms with fixtures. Splendidly loJ. II. BAUGIIMAN. Phj" cated. Gool garden and orchard vv Hue openluc thoroughly understood. for an rnlerpiltliic man. Will be sold at a Altruism sometimes reaches to tho For particulars call on or addicts, & D. II. KDMISTON, Agent, plauo of heroism, and tho unselfishness Crab Orchard, Ky of this man is indeed lofty, but for all that I think it most itnprobablo that W&&&. Mrs. Jamos Brown Potter will ever take advautago of tho love that seoms 5 Law, Attornoy never to liavo loft hor and keeps n homo always ready for her. Cholly Trr some of our brands and you will hive no other Fancv Patent No 1, Alpine Snow, Fancy Family, - Uelle of Lincoln and Creole. Knickerbocker in Now Yoik Recorder. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa; He Can't Split the Wood. et 1 sDB,, W. b. FEironr, -- B. B. M AHQNEr SAVES ONE HALF YOUR FUEL. Oculist, : Stanford, : Ky, Office on Main Street, Opposite the Post'Olfice ; OUR HUSTLING L.O. m. ,.- -.. W. H. WEAREN A. C. SINE,. FLOORING, & CO. 4 : ROUTE, w. joscnsost, 1NSI RANCK MAN, cd ..3-- S it" Stanford, Ky. CEILING, ETC. Wro represents the Old Reliable MUhlran Mutual I.ifa Insurance Co., of Detroit Mich., can write you all tbe most favorable plans ot Insurance. He mo represents the old reliable Central Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville. Ky., aid will be clad to have a liberal share or your patronise, ill be teady to cooler all the f jvor that can be Clen by any warehousn Liberal caih advance, inenla mad on consignments, bth in tho wart-heuand country. I will be at Stanford every court day. Paitiea wanting hotrshmdi, rrlxes or money should address ins at Paint Lick. Ky. Preuptattentlon guaranteed. (oA.u ie . Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, 95. SPRING AND SUMMIER. Somothiug to Boautify tho Ladio3. Dally openinine. New Hals, flowers aod lacesl We slvt the assurance to the trade that they wll, find in our establishment the same etcluslvcncis n style of patterns, hats and bonneta and all tho leatlag novelties in Millinery for which we ate known throughout the country. I a trimmer for the season. Thanking you tor past favors, we respect- fully solicit your patronage herctofate so liberally M. D DUIiDhRAR bestowed. KATt DUDDURAK. Manager. FOR SALE! haesurrl first-cla- ss ds Our Crab Orchard, Ky. tho night migrating birds has begun. and Ilran, Remember all Feed orders mutt be accompanied with the cash. Address ex call on Meet all Triim,nli;ht and day. 1'itrOAs taken to Absolutely Puro.i Last night, sitting in a canoo on tho any part of town Free ef Charge. 8c lako, tho listener heard for a long timo -:- A cream of tarter baking pow- tho soft, aerial twitterings and calls Good Livery Attached. Fare ol Hotel Ji.oo pet day. A. H. 1IAST1N, Prop. der. Highest of all in leavening which mean to tho binte, bound on their Ky. W. S. Uuich, Latest United States long journey, perhaps from Canada to R. M. Ncwlsnd, strength. , Deputy Sherlfl Atty. at Law. 3 Florida, what "keoping hold of hands" Government Food Report. means to human beings. "Chirp? Lit- & ICTowl&nd,. Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate DepartROYALS AKING POWDER CO., tio 0110, aro you thero? It's a long way ments. to Cuba, do you know, and yon'vo nev108 Wall Street, New York. Scientific, Classical and Special Courses ot Conoral 6'tndy. er been there boforo. " "Chirp! chirp! '1 , Schools cf Music, Art, French and F.kMatlan. I will take all the hides I can get Horo am I, I should rather say! Qoiug emptoved, each a specialist in her Stanford, Lincoln Oo., Kentucky Ilest teachers forcaihorln trade lor leather on to Cuba's nothing when you Own Department. feol tho court days at Stanford or at my home in We offer our icrvicta to the public to do a gn Uoardins pupils under the direct Mipervislaa ol Chat. Ennshn, Tanner way in your bones, nnd in your wings eral Cllcitii: Accounts, notes," etc teachers. collected is all psru t tkactmaty. 11 tin For further Information, address especially, and in your very pinfeath-erWILLIAM SIIKLTON. President. A. O. Lanhatn John B. Cattleman. Chirp, chirp, twitter, twitter! Como on, mamma, we'll load tho way !" On, on, indeed! Attornoy at Law, : : .. All night long, no doubt, ono might - hear tho soft calls and even tho flnttor, or made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any man. now and then, of tireless wings. Do tho Ready-madWill act as Kiw.utor,Ad'lmtrHr aad Atilfn-- t old birds know ovory lako and stream HUSTONVILLE,KENTUCKY. Special atttlon gln in Settlements el ou their way? Possibly. Thoy seem to Offers his services o the people el West Lin- atrs. as Attorney aad bale aad Division of follow familiar paths in all thoy do, of ColBus slants' Land 1. coln and Ciicv Counties. full stock and Caskets always on hand. and yet what almpst world reaching Office aa LancssterSt. ovtrSupt. W. F. McCU U S. carpenter. .Manager. ej on . rs office. thoy mako! This pino BARBEE&CASTLEMAM journeys wintered in Russia rosy year; grosbeak last MANAGERS, this year ho will winter in Massachut" Ocfflmerce Building, LouitvlUa setts perhaps; inoautimo ho has inudo Surgeon a littlo arctic expoditiou of his own, J F. UARKKR. Proprietor, Dentist, Ageatf throughout the South and could toll Nordeuskjold and Poary I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and all about tho north polo if ho only - -the purchaser on easy monthly payments, orany other terms to suit ,;.v . A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent. would. Ho has been there and considbest. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line RatraTWO DOLLAR'S I'v Dar. OiSce over McKoberts' Druff Store in the Owsley ers it a small matter. This humming STANFORD, KY. ltuildin bird could bo put into my lady's thim-bl- of goods as can be found any where in the land. Remodeled and rcfurulshroj throuhout.'"L?K' with his beak sticking out liko her I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever and Commodious Siwpte Kom. Electric Dells. Halls and office connected by ..IF VOU ARKGOING., needle, but thoro is no man who has sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. HOUSE 47 Prompt and polite service to gueits. survoyed tho Notth American continent R F. D. KIIiBY, Proprlotor, IaT Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. with such n comprehensive viow ns his. J. W. Havchuan. will be in charge of the store, but in taking M.S. IUughmsn. Specialties-See- POWDER W Ssf ie; STANFORD ROLLER MILLS tar-Kl- n. Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal W. S. BUIICH, at TO TH2S LADIES lowest I New goods of the latest styles juit received. Call In and see the larg.at and best assorted lino ever brought to blantord. Prices aa low sa the Stanford, Office on Kentucky. , M1SSLICCIE IIEAZLCV, Stanford, Kr Tim Night Migrating Illr.K Tho weird, sweet, annual mystery of SEED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, RYE ol all kinds mixed and crushed to order Corn, Kye, Shipstuff, Oats, Ilar-le- House. Lancaster Street, opposite the Court Collections receive especial attention. SS THE 13AST1N HOUSE, y STiSLETFOKD J. H, B AUGHIV1AN CO., Proprietors, Stanford, Ky. Female College, Stanford, Fall Session Opens Sept. ii-e- m CLOTHING ; ! Kuroh. Collectors, Otten-hel- s. ROYAL Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, e Wsollao E. V.arhoji, Kentucky. . J. T. STJTTOK', UNDERTAKER, Stmilord. risurancp, Company OF LIVERPOOL. H. J, M'ROBERTS., PIANOS and ORGANS BARKER HDSJSEy hus. price, ; -- Somerset, 4Kc.ineky. Stanford, Ky. THE o, mOHTK WEST, ......THE RILEY - - Boston Transcript ' LOUISVILLC 4, NAtHVILLC R. R. It the hoe for you, at it EJoutole Dally For all points. MaVe'close connectioni at Trains aOUISVILLE And OINOINNAII THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOES. RICE. Agent, Stanford, Ky THE ATLANTA EXPOSITION WILL BE HELD Sept. 18th to Dec. 31st, 1890. On gTOund traversed by rilll Jpiti, over which (Sherman threw the first shell into Atlanta 31 years aco, the Exposition la fast tikinjr shape. The excellent railway facilities ol the great QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE An dllts connections to Atlanta, together with low railway rates, will enable the people to make a delightful trip at but small expense. The Oueen At Crescent runs suDerb vestlbuled trains with through sleepers and carrying Parlor, Cafe and Observation Cars, from Cincinnati direct to Atlanta, passing through Georgetown, Lexing ton, bomen et ana tiarrtman en route, aiore man too milea shortest line. Special low reduced rates to the Exposition Ask your Queen & CresceDt Bfcat something about it in detail. Write to Chattanooga, Tenn. A.J. LYTLE, D. P. A., C1IAS. W. ZELL, D. P. A., - - Cincinnati, O. For.frec inforrr atlon and printed matter. W.'C. R1NEAUS0N, G. P. A., - - Cincinnati. I have moved to ray new Hotel and aa bettst The Musical Voice, prepared than ever to accommodate the public. raoraiiTOHjDr. Pegg, who was onco an associato U00J Livery attvlusi aad every convenient da. irsvl. Give roe a call. of Abbo Liszt, entertains tho opinion & SALE T7 sl'KAKX R1LXY. LIVERV, that tho voices of singers may bo affected by their diet In thoso parts of o DON'T FORGE r THAT How doth the little busy bee, where flsh is tho chiof article of Improve each shining hour, - Kontucky. food, thero aro fow fiuo vocalists and FAVORITE MILLS, Gathering honey all the day, the voico in ordinary speech thero is npt ATMcKINNKV.KV., Nothing but flower. to lack dolicacy of timbro nnd also digII you need livery give us a call. From every opening turnouts will leave our stable. See us Have Just been overhauled and repaired fiom nity. Dr. Pegg has como to tho concluto top by the famous Richmoud City Mill Did you learn this in your little shool book long ago? Business was for rates. In our sion that tho food most desirablo for Works, of Richmond, Ind , and now Increased, aio doing mora andwith capacity dull all summer, however, we have been busy keeping stock, SHOP HARNESS better work singers is of a gramuivorous kind, yet very than ever before, and with the old reliable 1) V they may properly iucludo You will find a good auortmeni of Hartirv, Url- - Kennedy as head miller, you are sure of iroed moderate improving each shining hour, getting ready for busy timcc. .tr II mr lla Wji y vI-his rAnilrint iliint' liv Hour and fair tieatment, IU su,e quantity of meat in thoir daily ropast us Terms Cash; Prices Low. There is where the "honey" part of Ulb man, he understands vniirbusiness.' 0 We have a your grlndmcaatt when bayUg calland brine old Ho discards tho idea that malt liquors Wall our mechanic iu our ",Sll'eJ braads lavonte for our TalKnt the poem comes in, We will not quote you Furniture, Capets, I'uvonle nd llikeis Chouc. givo strength to tho voico, though they would not look well, but we arc all right and do BLAOKSMITH.SHOP. may stimulate its action for a brief Paper in cold type. It buccesior to K. L. Tanner & Farorite Swn'ij Co. will give you as Willguarant4flrt-laiflower. We wjrk aid sstiifsctir timo. They had bettor bo avoided by uot want too much "honey" from one You will get rock bottom tl'ices Try our hor shoer. thoso singers who dosiro to keop their much for your money as one possibly can. tones fresh and rich. figures. We are right in the procession with our distant but friendly r Tho smoking habit is not necessarily competitors and will give you the benefit of prices that arc worth I'roprlctors of....... injurious to tho voico, if the indulgence Depend upon us, or the consideration of people from a distance. Farms near in it bo well restrained and temporato. Two Good Blue-Gras- s We have plenty of time to write letters. STANFORD. KY. Dr. Pegg has no patience with thoso write us. Hustonvillc, Lincoln Co., Ky. French composers professing to be symHaving bought of P W. Green his Livery business and added new bolists who would miuglo with innsio Tho heirs ot Mrs. America Uailey, deed., offer prepared to furnish buies and horses, we aro tho "potent spirit of perfnmo." Tho lor tale her two Farms, situatnd abut 0.1c mllo in Lincoln county, on tho FIRST-CLAS- S nucient Romans bolioved that in perUndertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. west of Huttonvllle, Iiradfordsville turnpike road. Those two Farms TURNOUTS fnmo thero was a subtle power to create adjoin and taken together contain 340 acres ot On land and can be divided so as to Include about 110 us short notice. The traveling public will fiad emotion, but it ought not to bo used in alwaya ready and willing to turni.h Drnm- acres In the home place and too acres in the oth HERD OK THE . nagcins, cimer single or doub , or combination with musio to intensify an er. The buildings and improvements on each very LOW PRICtS. The aro comfortable and substantial. Each ot the farms nrtistio impression. The musio ulouo , . ... ...u .H.UUU ibwu win rjso nna us the neo it well watered and convenient to good schools pie to deal with. Stop with us should bo all powerful. when In town at and churches. Terms reasonable. Title clear. courts and entertainmenta and your horse and ve- For further information apply to either of us. J. P. BAILEY, Stanford, Ky., Pror, R. H. An Adroit Teacher. Mrs. Margaret Portman this position does not give up her class in Music, teaching as before. Address I but will continue M.S.&J.W.Baughmanji -- London. - Kontuoky. P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. FEED En-rop- STABLE, Stanford, first-cla- ss THE bot-to- rn 11 11.im aWUS-- - m, La-di- e' s FOR SAX.K G. B. COOPER, lAxcry and Fced;.Stable, i WITHERS & HOOKER, BLUE-GHAS- S Duroc Jersey Red Swine Bronaugh, Crab Orchard, rijs lor sale - -- Portland. ......Via San Francisco. NETIWEST The MtSKv. miJME .iivfcli..raJ- - bflmiflOT m sdtuBUfi &;UtiBH9MIH if KtfV. I Consideration for others is not always rewarded in this world, howsoever it may bo in tho nest Tho Nashua (N. H. ) school board wished to get rid of a teacher for what wa?, to it, iucompo-tencbut in order not to interforo with tho teacher's prospects olsowhoro tho board committeo agreed to elect her, provided sho would rosign at once. Sho was olected, did resign, but before acceptance by tho board sho withdrew her resignation and substituted a requost to bo relieved of certain work, which the boutl refused to grant, and thereby rather estopped itself from domanding hor resignation. This young woman may not bo a very good teacher, but sho is a capital politician. Boston Traveller. o, J Kentucky. S . HOCKF.R. Hustonville, Ky. FAYETTE DUNLAP, M. I)., Dan ville, Ky. 07 " COOPER Myers House S'' Stable, Stanford, Ky. Stock. froii tvs best typas of Rejistere secured from tno best herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited Breeders Fanners Bank&Trnst Is now Co FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF.STANFORD, KY. Moor's Air Ut Boater. ((?mw. sv3 OF STANFORD, KY fullyorgsniied and ready for business win Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - $200,000, 20,000 Cupital Stock Surplua that this 8200,000 , 23,700 TRY ONE. Wq P guarantee satisfaction. "ft3)"lO'JISVIttt.MtWArBATaCtilCA63ftT wyvy mssmW Only; Dining Car Route From Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled SlseDerx of Modern xouxsirxuME TO CHICAGO. Pattern. Fcrlraaps;or any information, aldrest FRANK J..REID, 1 f X. II. BACO.V, J or Age-it- , G.-D.P. A., Louisville ) Chicago. ! ! Denver, i .g UflSUKE J & Route, j ; St. Paul. proceeding from a hygienic poiut of view, and fchould only bo rojorled to when absolutely necessary. That it is unnecessary in this particular case will bo grantod by most peoplo, but still it 1j to be feared that whatover terrors in the way of infection anil may lurk in a kiss, whera lOvrpid holds sway, boards of education and even acts of parliament will bo power-1to abolish it. fisau NoW tila-easo Kissing Ilyslenlcally Unhealthy. In Hungary it used to bo customary for children to kiss tho bauds of thoir teachers on arriving and on lonving school. This practice has, howover, recently been forbidden by tho board of educatiou, bocausa it is hold by tho sanitary council that kiting is a dangerous It ifeeS.. Less File. Than any heater in the market. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and unjsi the same management. By provisions of its charter, depositors are ai fully protected aa aro depositors in National Danks, its shareholders being held individual! liaole to the extent of the amount of their itoci therein at the par value thereof, iu addition toths amount invested in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their buisintss to ui while mnaging the Lincoln National Bank al Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust the will continue to transact their businesc with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten Mi.itvw. tion IO 3HU1V UUI iwsuij banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound bankinz. jia Attention pf the public is invited to the far Is tbe only National Hank in StanforJ Under the provulons of the National Bank are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an amount equal 10 the stock, ao that depositors al this institution are secured by a fund oYWoce. Five eworn statements of are made each yearto thotheeondition of the bank United SUtes government and its assets are examined at auted times by government agenu, thus aocunng addiUtoaa anifperfeet safely to depositors. This institution, oriKinaliy established Deposit Bank of Stanford in iSjS, then re"rgVo u.d as the National Bank ol Stanford in iS6i and again as the Klrst NaUonal Bank SUulord in tS8s, has had practically an uninterol !.ucd!fw,.,le.1!:.?of;,'reri- better suppisd "' t"netinir business profflpt lynndiiberaUy than ever b.rorein its long and honorable career. Accounta of corporation! Jti 11 U ,ll,,'vidu,, "'Pectfully fidu-Ud- ""' oUc- - nt The Directory S.-T- of this Bank THE SfDTE For Halls and Offices X DtRicTont: J J. Williams, ML Vernon; . U. Shanks, Stanford; J.,S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J, Embry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Stanford; Stanford; J.f Cast,Ooocfl.iStanlord; William i, 14 HIGGINS & McKINNEY, 1k,. JRt 0 t I t i t3 u, A.W. Carpenter, Mlllefgevills, W. H.lCumuiini.IPutehersllli S. H. Bhankf , President, Dt, J.a OwsJey, Caihlsr, , , W.M. Bright, Teller. Forestua Ileid, Lincoln county; . Harris, Lincoln; JMI. Colllei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Baughiaan4 Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford ;1 W. A.Trlbbla,Sta4ford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Btanford; K. L. Tanner,;McKlaney composed ot J. 8. Hockr, Preald'inV' ""'" Mfc Vtm'T Jno. J. McRoberU, Cashier; A A. McKlnney, Aiit. C1r ycjfiJiitMi'jmfilijmn1f' & t emi Weekly Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 12. 1895. NEWSY NOTES. KIDD'S STORE. . vol. XXIII. It tuny NO. 73 j LANCASTER, JjARRAFlD COUNTY. Offices at Their Disposal. bo euteteatlutf to know whati Tlio turkeys huvo begun to pour In ofllcea tlio newly elected olllcere will have for . both shipment and olaKhter to bestow, oo wo publish the list. Ouri -Ashberry IVston sold a yoke of oxen republican frlenda too can loole over mid last weak to Frank Folger for $40. call for what they wants The jovornor ( Elder George Gowen loft Monday to will appoint n private oecretary, iwlitry begin u series of meetings at Moyslick. $1,200; Sutu Inspector ana examiner, He will be absent about two weeks. 53,000; adjutant Keneral, f 2,000; aaidtttant -- Mr. and Mrs. Alex West entertained' adjutant Kuoral, 11,'JOO; arBBtial keeper, last, week In honor of Mr. oud Mrs. I,800 and 1800 ( h,T a , Inspector of minus, as curator of the Keolotrlc-t- anrvoy; assistant limpector of mines, 21,200. Tim tnombere of thu State board of rqiiaHzi tlou, whoao pay shall bo $5 per day for auch time un tlio board is In aeealon. Sud inniiiuie perintendent of salary $2,000. Thrm nt Frankfort, oalarits fJ,000; Biiperlntendpnts, nlno anHiatnnt physicians nnd thrro salaries rauRlug from il,26u io j.0, board at Statu expenao in asylum. The secretary of fitnto will h'ave the appointment of the assistant secretary ol State, whoso nppointmunt must be confirmed by the Rovernur, Biliary f l,S0Oi two clerks In the corporation department The 1,800 and $1,200. fees Bcrcuiitin will appoint thu insurance auditor 1,000; deputy insurance com missioner, $2,000; twoclerka in inouinuco bureau $1,800 and $1,200. Assistant auditor, salary $2,O00; chief clerk $t,800; nine clerks, salaries $1,500 and one clerk $1,900. Tho treasurer will have the naming of his assistant, whoso salary will bo $1,200. The coramiMlonur of agriculture will appoint one clerk, salary $1,200, and a Krai n inspector and a grain weigher Inspector at Iouaville, salaries feen option-ai- y with coinmlmioner, usually $3,000 to f 1,000, weigher, fees worth $1,500. The superintendent of public instruction will appoint three clerks at $1,600; $1,000 and $S00 mtpve-tivelRegister of lands will name two clerks whose salaries will bo $1,200 and one clerk, whose salary will bo $1,000. The sinking fund commlsjinners, composed of thu governor, secretary cf State, auditor, treasurer and attorney general will elect two penitentiary wardens, $2,000; two deputy wardens, $1,2C0! Two jihyielnnr, ar.ft chaplain, $1,200. $1,200 and 41 guards, $750 each, and a number of minor employes. Tho railroad eointnisNlouers will select u clerk, salary $1,200. S0O; l feeble-minde- .my-lu- in Btew-nrd- B, com-mieoio- nwtro-Katin- K y. "itl-ari- I How They All Aro. worda could do: "rhogingreuoUB foetus of timid democrats hyphenated with unscrupulous ro publicans known as tho new constitution! which gives license to cowards in exercising the right cf sulTrago, is tho sole caueo of pojrerbstnsr. transferred to a ftc tion largely composed of those who have no interest iu our State's glory and welfare. Tho secret ballot is the stiiletto which buries its poisoned point in the vi tals of u virtuous and manly sovereignty, nnd until this provision is wiped from our books, the mafia of ignorance and cupidity will have tho ascondeucy Maj. L. C. Norman, who served as chairman of the democratic Stato cam- over Kentucky chivalry." m paign committee, believes that the reA dispatch from Frankfort Bays: As publicans wlU rtuanln in power in Ken- for Senator Blackburn, ho is mad, and tucky until tho pooplo tiro uf their rule, no amount of sympathy which his and that the Stato will go republican friends cau bestow on him will restore next year. Certainly it will if any thing his good humor. Ho refuses to talk for id wrong at Frankfort. publication, but to a friend hero a day or Firomau Lovo was killed and En- two ago ho declared that tho relentless gineer Oorbett perhaps fatally hurt by a war on him by those who opposed him collision on the L. & N., near Franklin, was sotnetelng unheard of iu the history Tenn. of American politics, and ho oponly announced that for some time to come ho How to Prevent Croup, Some reading that will prove interesting to would bo a participant in politics only youug mothtri. How to guard againit tho to tho oxteut of using bis lone political Croup U terror to young mother and to post knife on bis enemies. It Is said that the them concerning the cause, tint symptoms and treatment la tee object of this item. The origin Senator raved O7or tho subject in a perChildren who are. of croup la a common cold. subject to It take cold verjr easily and croup Ii al- fectly uncontrollable manner, and demost sure to follow. The lirat symptom is hoarse nounced in tho most bitter and scathing uess; this is soou followed by a peculiar rough 'couirh. which is easily rccoznlied and will never terms those who contributed to his debe toryotten by one who has beard it. The time feat. to act La when the child first becomep hoarse. If Chamberlain's Lou go Kcmcdy tt freely givoaail James O. Matthews, colored, ras tendency to croup will soon disappear. Evan alcourt at ter; the eroupy cough nas devoloped it will prevent elected judge of the recorder's thvattqck, Thr e (S no danger In giving thLi Albaby, N. Y., on the democrat!: ticket. remedy tor It contains nothing injurious. dli-eai- e. Nov. 0, 1S03. Mies Spencer, of Virginia, has been compell cd to retire from the Faculty of Howard Female College on account of failing health. To take her placo Prof. Huh hard has been so fotunatu as to secure tho'flprvlcta of Miss Carrio Smith, oj Nashville, who recently returned from a year's efudy of vocal music, physical culture and the French language iu Parfr. Miss Smith teaches four days of the week in Howard College and two days at her studies in Naahvillo and sings on Sundays at Tulip Btrcet church. Mrs. Hubbard Is recovering from an attack ol fever, which lasted during the Her health conmouth of October. tinues bad. Miss Laura MacAnally expects to spend tho winter with her mother iu Philadelphia. Sho is convalescent after a severe attack of typhoid fever. EuKn,e Xlubbard, of tho Boatmen's Iiank, St. Lnis, took his bed on Thursday last with iv temperature of 103, hut was slightly Improved at last ncoounts. His health has Uiwjrpoor sinco tlio eurly spring. Arthur Hubbard got a promotion on tho first ol November and is still gtoatly pleased with tho Hargadiiio-McKittrlr- k dry goods company of St. Louis. Heavy rains in Middle Tennessee, which were very much needed. Trade fa picking up. Everybody diuuetcd with politics. The democrats can tjiw J. M. II. wood now. 'Gallatin, Tkn.n , Oiiarlfs Daoman, cf Nicholasville, (ueo M isi Carrio West. Itov. O M Iteid preachod at tho Baptist churoh8imdny morning and will preach for thu members of this church, while Key. T,S. Campbell is in Uanvillo. A now furnace is being put in tho high graded school buildiug, when fin Ishcd it Kill be a nicely equipped school having many conveniences, for both teachers and pit pila Tho Baptists will give a musical and elocutionary entert luinent Thanksgiving evening, Nov. 28th. Tho proceeds will go towards paying for the lot they recently purchased. Died last Thursday after an illnesH of thteo weeks of typhoid fever, Mr. James Haiumack, a young man about 20 years of age, and a member of thu Lancaster baud. Burial occurred on Friday. Irwin's majority forliailroad (Jo in missioner iu this county is only 233 Instead of 271 an first reported. Alexander got 1,000 ami Irwin 1,315, the former running ..head of Tvloraud the latter seven behind Worthiugtou. Mra. Will George has returned from a visit to hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brown, of Bristol, Teuu. Mr. anil Mis. Will Browning havo returned to Lexington after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson. Col. W. O. Bradley spent Saturday night nt home. Tho beautiful and artistic conservatory of Mr. 15. 11. Itatson is about completed at a coat of iVZd. When it is aJonxHl with rich, raro (lowers of varied hue and many handsome exotics it will Indeed be an attiaclive and pleasing ad dition to their new homo on Islington street. A B Brown, Sr., and James Hardin, who engaged iu a shooting airray last Wednesday afternoon, gave bond to ap but Mr. Brown was piar for trial yesterday to be unable to do so Wiiilo Mr. Brown has been suffering somewhat from thu wound in his neck he was never thought to have been dangerously shot. It Is hoped by tho friends of both parties that tho tinpleagantueFS ii ivtnn end between tho two men. At thu rally Friday night thero woro torch light processions and three bands in attendance, besides many enthusias tic republicans and some sick democrats. Tnoro were three speeches from tho stand erected in central park. Hon. John W. Yerkes, of Danville, Judge G. M. Davison, of Stanford, nnd Lewis L. Walker, oldest son of Judge William E. Walker, recently elected representative of this county on tho democratic ticket. Lowis Walker has surprised his friends here by tho strong, enthusiastic stand he has recently taken for the republican party. Ho renounced his faith in democracy and avowed his strong allegiance to republicanism. school teacher at New Orleans fell fftmi a third-storwindow of the building and broke his neck. The president signed tho proclamation opening the Nez Perces ceded lands to settlement on Nov. 18. William Metley, a farmer living near Bethel, committed suir.ido by shooting himself through tho bowels. Charles Buckner, a col ored boy, died at Hopkinsvlllo after eating the whole of n largo watermelon. Three steamers, Scotia. Sidney Dillon and B. S Ithea, were burned to tho water's edge at Cincinnati. Loss A y ',,:" n '. BuBCh " ' fnd v '" V, ntton "' ";"0'"u"k , Arbor day was observed by tho stules-Bo- dents of Rifle College in outskirts of our city, as a holiday bo far as bookB and count, but thoy studded the campus with a variety of selected shado and ornamental trees. Your Hustonvllle editor wsb rc'ive in pastoral work, Thursday last, dispensing comfort to the diappointod and distressed, and illustrating by a smiling cheerfulnoss and philosophic resignation tho absurdity of crying over split-milTho oxultation of victory in wood- splitting yells and deafening detonations nre all right of course, but let it be wliis pered that your humblu scribe Ih not thu only lonesome listener who would recognize melody in a dillerent brand of powder and different comploxioned operators of tho festibul. Notices of Billy Stag? and Jim Wright's funerals have not beon issued but we understand that the form will bs locked and printing rushed as soon as tho dates are furnished. Jess Ride was stricken Wednesday. At first, thought dangerously, but is reported much improved Friday morning by a fako which claimed that Bradley is no1 elected. impropriator of Some tho loosely stored traps lifted James Simpson's buggy rug last week before tho moon had entered protest against operations of thieves. Tom Price's buggy-hous- e on immediate roadsido seemed to euggest a completion of the outfit, but some interposition saved the buggy at expense of only tho top, which was skillfully removod from oven the county so far as known. Well, wo aro again inprcssed with the proprioty of going out of the neighborhood to obtain information of what's going on nt home. A blacksmith is in our city! Whisper that Bftly if you know that it is a fact, for thero is much alloat now to revivo remTruth iniscences of tho inquisition. will tloat to the surface, however deep tho well into which sho may be flung. Some of our innocents who were mi nute in explanations of Badly demoralized exchequer, whilst thoy were in tho G. A. R. festivities, modestly supyressed all reference to the euro thing (!) they stumbled on in their first encounter with three card monto. Frionds who furnished change to pay their camp expenses probably still think that pick pockets touched the victims. Names furnished on application. Tho McKinnoy correspondent you blister iu last issue was right, so far as rumor goes, except in the immaterial that Hon. B. B. King's back was wrenched getting on his horse instead of in falling off. Tho worry and natural wear and tear of an active canvass found Beu about frazzled on election day, but who wouldn't have been chirrupy as a wren next day when returns showed him a winner in face of what would have been killing odds against any one but favorito of tho gods? Boyle Stone, of Liberty, had gotten as far as this place Friday, as general traveling agent of a museum hunting freaks, ilis especial meat now is a Ken tucky democrat whoso under jaw isn't hanging at n drop which suggests a win ujw ol a bucKsmitn shop. Jl lie can find auy individual capable of success fully simulating a sickly smilo who has cheok enough to pose as a democrat Boylo has a job awaiting him. May tho good Lord smile on Boylo'a noble m sion. I can't smile. Though not dead, democracy very certainly sleepeth boundly. n tolo-gra- m. deft-'fiugere- d wife-whippi- TeeEh Extracted Moot . Pain. tm&mmmmmy&MMmmwy ':MmaA&3M&&m Teeth Crowned Teeth Filled Without Pain. Without Pain. twmmmmmmmmvft -- - v?: ;tt7xmmm$&rjvmm:?3 w o 4 Q 175,-00- 0. - A dispute ovor rent caused J. H. Hayes, of Leo county, Alabama, to shoot and kill Michaol and Henry Harper, tenants. While talking to a crowd in front of a church near Hopkinsvlllo, Lonnio Hall was frttally shot by an unknown par party. Tho next Ladles' Homo Journal will contain the opening chapters of Mary Anderson do Navarro's stago career rno-mo- P b iu. John Fleming, of Kansas City, shot at a supposed burglar Bnd sorionsly wounded his sou who was returning from church. flvo-vear-o- ld DR. E. P. BENDER, ' Famous Surgeon of National Reputa tion. Formerly President ot the Columbus Painless Dental Co., of Chica go, 111., now permanently located at Louisville, Ky., will visit to-da- y, Ben Leo Hardin expresses our senti-inont- a aa to the infamous secret ballot, n language though in more than any but a born artist in tho use of high-falutl- For sale by Craig & llotker, Stanford, Ky. The wife's! Mr. Leonard Wells. of Zast iirlra-fielMast., had been sulleilng from neuralgia for two days, not being able to sleep or hardly keep still, when Mr.. Iloldcn, tne merchant there sent neru bottle of Chainbtrlaln's Palu Halm, and r. asked that she give It a, thorough trial. .On Well the naxt day he was told that she twq was. all. right, the pain having left her within 4 that the bottle ef Pain Balm was hours, woVth 5oo tf itxodld not be had (or test. eor saie, at so cents per Dome oy craig isocic-- r, Htaalord Ky. a saeet-ingM- i Upou receipt of your addicss and is cents in postage stamps we will mall you our Souvenir Portfolio of the World'a Columbian Exposition. The regular price is joe, but as we want you to have one we make the price nominal. You will find it a work of Art and a thing to bo prited. It contains full page views of the great buildings, with descrlpUcns of same and is executed In the highest styre o art. If not satisfied with ItfcfUr you get It we wlU refund the sumps and let you . Uucklen & Co.. keeD the book. Address II. Chicago, 111. Soo tho World's Fair for 15 Cents. Tho son of Prof. It. P. Crockett, of Hopkiuaville, fell head foremost into tho Are while playing and was fatally burned. Honry Blackburn, need 00, took rat poison at Evansville, Ind , because his daughtor threatened to to marry one of his farm bauds. Walter Billing-)- , of Lowell, Mass., was killed and almost devoured by a tame bear that ho had owned nnd trained since it was a cub. Wesley Mines, of Lowis county, wis driven crazy by the I099 of his vote. Ho iniatiiuk the prohibition device for that of thu replican party. J. W. O.idman, a rolativo of President Cleveland's wife, died at Chicago of a bullet wound, during a spell of despondency. Tho judges of tho court of appeals Iibs decided that Judgo-dec- t George should qualify ;se soon as ho receives his commission. President Cleveland is said to ragard tlio recent defdat of the party not as an uprising against tho democrats, but as a revolt against party bosses. In a freight wreck on the Kentucky Central, near Mildale, Henry lluttsell, in charge of a string of horses, was killed and the fireman fatally injured. At a danco at Nebraska City, Neb., Tom Maher fatally shot Miss Maudo Fes-slbecause she was preparing to go homo under the escort of another man. J. II. Ilayesshot and killed Michael and Henry Harper, near .Birmingham, Ala., in a fight which was caused by the refusal of tho Harpers to pay their rent W. E. G. Ellison, aged OS, a citizen of Charleston, W. Va , committed suicide by drowning himself in tho Kanawha river. Bad health waB the cause. A Western paper flays that during the last SO days more than 200 head of cattle have died in Western Kansas from ealing second growth sorghum, which is rank poison. A hold-ovdemocratic Senator Bald at Frankfort that if tho republicans undertake to unseat democrats in tho House ho would favor a resort to similar tactics hy the democratic majority in tho Senate. A Wail from Alabama. Near Winston, N. C, an insane fathTo the Editor of the Interior Journal. er named Heed, attacked his daughter MoNTGOMEnv, Ala., Nov. 9. Poor old with a knife cutting her throat from'ear Kentucky, you havo gono back on your to ear. Ho then seized an ax and buried principle, and the grand old "democrattho blade in her body, killing her ic party" that has built vou up, and Win. Newman was "hung at Little made you what you are. Your politics Rock, Ark., for tho murder of his wife, is now as black as a native bora Afri whoso body was found in a creek. His can, you are to bo pitied in your down arrest grew from hlsjprotest without be- fall, and Btraying off after strange Gods, ing accused; "Before God I never mur- and no donbt but what you will bov well cursed In your downward course. Shame dered my wife." Tho board of lady'!commiesioners on you for laying aside tho white man's for Kentucky at tho Atlanta Exposition principle, and going blindfolded into hold a meeting at Lexington and declar- party that will cause you grief and ed a vacancy in thejposition of president, shame. Am afraid you have bit off your held by Mrs. Oantrill, and elected Mrs, nose to spite your face. Sallie Humphrey Ohenault to the posiThe Intkiuoii Journal etatea that for tion. 40 years the stato was democratic, look Miss Vinnie Miller, a Sponcerville how you were blessed during those 40 O., belle, isat'thn point of death front years, and now nappy and prosperous blood poisoning. She trimmod a corn you were. You have the wide world on one of hor toes till it bled and put on reputation as growing tho finest women, a pair of black hose. The coloring In her equal canuot be found on the globe, the hose is supposed to have (caused the and also for raising fine Block and whistrouble. ky. You aro equal to the "Land of Prom Tho South CarolinaSconstltutlonal many respects. convention has incorporated in the con- Uo" in Ye prodigals should return to the dem stitution a section holding sheriffs rerepent and be baptized with sponsible for prisoners taken from their ocratic fold, the democratic tears, you will then live custody and lynched. The penalty U to happily together on the fatted calf of be removal from office and ineligibility your lisil. to hold office iu future. Be more watchful in tho future, and The Frankfort Capital says: The do not lot tho "wolf" in the sheep's cloth sudden resignation of Col, Gaither, of the ing enter inlo your fold, and destroy second regiment, together with all the your peace and happiness. commissioned and pther ofllcere of the A Kkntuckum. company at Harrodsburg, Indicates that Thieves reversed the usual order at these good democrats and soldiers don't pfopbea.to serve 'Kentucky under a re- Coyington by breaking into the jail and carrying of! everything to be bad. publican administration. 11 d, tak-iugiug Da-Hello STANFORD EVIonday, BS?" Remaining one week iov. 25, '95. "a until Saturday, Nov. 30th. Dr. Bender has been connected with some of the largest Dental Colleges and Institutions in the country and has no superiors in the profession, lie is prepared to EXTRACT, CROWN AND HLL TEETH WJTH0UT PMN. And without the use of Gas, Cocaine, Odontunder, ' Chloroform, Ether, Electricity, or any sleep producing agents, but by a method invented by Dr. Bender and used only by himself, who is the easiest, quickest and best painless extractor in the United States so acknowledged by the dental profession at large. Where he causes pain in any operation he makes no charge. to-da- y do-ta- il Teeth Extracted Free of Charge and Without Pain Between the Hours of8:80and 9:80 Each Day. or Teeth $5. Teeth $8. Teeth $10. le well-kno- When Plates aro ordered. Fillings with all kinds of material without pain at cost. Many symptoms of catarrh, headache, earacho, indigestion, dyspepsia, etc., aro the result of decayed teeth and roots of teeth. To bo cured of these aches and pains one must commencoat their origin, which is the teeth and gums, which ar only cured by the skilled treatment of a dentist. Thoso who aro in a dcllcato and nervous condition can coino and have teeth extracted and Oiled and feel as calm as if they had had no work performed. Dr. Dcndcr guarantees all work and doc as ho advertises. Come early and ayoid the rush, as his rooms aro always crowded. Ollico hours 9 A. M to 5 r. jr. Free hour 8:00 to 9:30 each day. CONSULTATION PKEE Tooth Extracted Froo of Charge ill DR. E. P. BENDER. er The Us Wheeler Emporiun. War to the Knife. Prices Lower Than The Lowest. Your money never woold buy as much as at present, reached the for we have tly. Climax of Low Prices. JVc 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, Drew, Selby & Co's Clothing Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishings. 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 pro CHAS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. duce. iHwtartMZBftt) It Kecirinf : s V His I FALL . -- 4. . : AND i ib WINTER ij. ' : i GOODS. . . . Goods Warranted and a Fcrkct Fit Guaranteed. Give mc call ; Bradley's congratulations. 03 yotea to the democrats 63, with two "Warmest of power, majority 10,000 and Leaislaturo republipopulieta to bold tbe balance ballot. AugustUB E. WiluotH tho republicans unseat a sufficient can on joint adds that it has a poinnumber of democrats to give them plain son." The Times from the rnral districts that sailing. Already a number of contests ter, however, opposed to making a have been Bpoken of, Beveral on tbe flim- the members are of United States Senator of a horse with bo siest grounds, but tuning tbe action eyes and whoso mane the party In Congress as their cue the much white In bis Taw or justice, whnn hang on both sides. There will bo no rada wont care for honor. Dr. they go in to create a majority. Of course dearth of candidates for tho rhnnoA that Geo. H The Interior Journal can corrobo ( TnB la a disAlexander la elected railroad commisrate tbe Louisville Times' grape vine patches that as Boon as there were indi- sioner and we truly hope his figures are cations that the republicans had carried correct, which give him 600 to 700 ma SrANFORD.K?., November 12, 1895 tho Legislature, the Hon. A. E. Wilson, jority. His olectlori would be especially y of that city, began to mare tbe telegraph gratifying, since he was fought so Bavaao-lCathby tho A. P. A., because he la a wires hum with congratulatory meoaageB, W. P. WALTON. olic. at -- 5 couta apiece, to the members-elec- t all over the State. Weeawonoto Hon. Tt now Anneai that Col. Bradley's plu TnD mnTihllnna have the House by a B. B. King, who will be the member rality will not exceed 10,000, but that's which road as follows: majority of six, but on joint ballot it baa from Lincoln, enough, God known. n 4EMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIORJOUKMI Election Echo. dies. Fayetto wont for free turnpikes by a Molawes is coming into prominence in Germany. Oowa particularly devour their Bweeioned proven-dowith the greatest relish. The food is claimod to be both boalthful and economical. Administrator S. P. Stags reports 300 or 400 people at the sale of D, B. Stngg Friday and satisfactory prices realized: 31 horseo, colta and mules sold at $5 to $60, steers, heifers and cows $15 to $50, shoats at 3c, Bheep $1 to 12.50 a head, corn in tho field $1.25 and oats $2 per 100 bun as cattle food r L BEHOLD TbePomeroIGash You can't resist calling at the Joe Blackburn stands no more chance for than a snow ball does to its shape in hade3, but ho Is retain around claiming that bo will Bucceed himself. Having done more than all other men combined to get us in the present condition, bis play now is to attempt to aecuro the democratic nomination as a vindication of his course. But the beBt laid plans of mico and men gang aft aglee and Joseph Olay Stiles Blackburn will find again that it wontdo to tempt fate too much. The silver business and Joseph are as dead as door nailB, and for these blessings, let us givo ine has announced V. Godfrey Hunter himself, and tho woods are full of those who are standing In hopes of having tho lightning strlko them. Hunter, however, seems to have the pull and if hard work, n good deal of It dirty besides, is to be rewarded, he is the man for the place. thanks. said to hayaput up a considerable part of the Binews of war for Gov. Bradley and that he favors him for candidate for vice-preside- nt, Senator Qoav, of Pennsylvania, Is fcc- - him with Harrison at the head and others with McKinley and bo on. There B9ems to be a considerable divergence of opinion as to the proper man to htfad the ticket, but all Beem to agree that Gov. Bradley shall fly as tall to the kite. There ia no republican In the world whom we bad rather Bee nominated than he, and none whom we would rather pee elected . if a republican is destined for that honor-Govfought valiantly for Bradley has every inch of ground that he has won and demonstrated that he is no ordinary individual, but a born leader of man and a man of affairs. to get ready to turn over the books to Mr, Samuel H. Stone. Some of the democratic oflicials at Frankfort will have to walk the plank Dec. 10 and there will be weeping, wailing and gnashing of teeth among the clerks, who have been raised to believe that tbe earth m tneira and tbe fulness thereof. The voters said Tuesday that they wanted stop all that talk about a Frankfort to ring, which dictated and made nominations, a Belf perpetuating oligathy as it were. But we believe that it ia only a step from the frying pan into the fire. There will Boon be a republican ring democratic there to which tbe ring will not be able to hold a candle. at its head. on tbe ticket with Reed Col. New is said to be for There is one consolation left us in theso days of darkness and defeat. The Kentucky Senate is democratic by a good margin, and Col. Bradley can not put a singlo man into an office of importance without Its consent, nor can tho republicans pass a law or repeal one without its Neither can they gerrymander tho State, nor do any other devilment, which they would attempt, but for this fortunate restraint. Things are mighty blue generally, but they are not bo bad that they may not have been worse and we are in condition now to be thankful for any kind cf a favor. mercial is to be believed, it takes a mighty little tojereatea "great sensation'' at Lanca8ter,.;when tho flopping of a youth to fortune and to fame unknown cuses one. If a man chooses to change his politics, and some people Beem to do so as easily as they do their shirts, especially when there is pie in Bight, we sea no necessity of sotting excited about suggests, if it. As the Courier-Journsuch a thing produces so great a sensa tion in Lancaster, what would tbe people do if somebody's setter shguld have pups? al If the reporter to the Louisville Com- Auditor Norman will have till Jan. 1 Tub republican who went craxy he stamped under tho phoenix instead of the log cabin, certainly failed to attend the kindergartens of his party. be-ctu- ae Bass Davison, or the Gray Gelding, as he is called, didn't let any of hia pupils maka such a break. Tho republicans tpay not vote as intelligently as the democrats, but they usually know how to fix their ballots bo tbey will count When fortune Bmiles all the world stands ready to do the recipient honor, while nobody carea for tbe man who gets Bradley received over congratulatory telegrams, but if anybody thought to send or say a word of consolation and comfort to poor Watt Hardin, tbe fact does not appear of record. But come to think of it he doesn't deserve either. He staked bis fate on a dollar and lost. Henceforth his name is Dennis. Let his fato be a warning to others who imigino themselves bigger than their party. left. Gov.-ele- ct 1,000 50-ce- probable that if the democrats ever honor Watt Hardin again, which is improbable, he will accept tho judgment of the whole as a rule of action, and not think that all the wisdom of tho world Is tied up In himself, Blackburn and the Thompsons. His suicidal course can be attributed to no other causa than hiB delusive belief that he and they knew it all and the rest of ua were arrant fools. It is more than John W, Yurkes announces positively that he will not be a candidate for United8tatea Senator. He doubtless thinks he has a deader sure thing in running for Congress in this district and he will represent It at Washington, unless there Mb. is a big change from Tuesday's voto. The district would have gone republican in 1894 had any other democrat run except Gov. McCreary. "come-to-stay" W. B. Hudson, aware of the fact that papers at Barbour-vil- le the petered out "pretty quick already," has launched on the journalistic bos a journal, which he calls the Experiment. He doesn't claim the earth, nor make promises he can not perform, and his modesty ought to be rewarded with a big subscription list and plonty of good paying "ada." t large majority of people, good democrat too, would prefer the fulfillment of the latter part of his prophecy. Blackbobn said in Washington several months ago that either he or a republican would be the next Senator from Kentucky and in view of all the facta, a Administrations may change and pen may come and men may go, but the gating party principles and preaching pure and undeflled religion. Now i the time to tabscribe. 1iL In-tkbi- ob Jochnal goea on forever promul- he can come homo and tell about bis other day and finished seconu in eacn. Bteal. It's too late now. People have Feed mill with horse power for sale gotten so well satisfied that others were very cheap. Joseph Williman, Jumbo. implicated in U, that the oath of a thief The Latonia races closed Saturday can't change their belief. Besides his deyesterday the Loxington meeting be- falcation has done all the harm it can and Bun- . . now to the party and to all concerned. 10 Cattlo are easy in uincinnauai News nominates 4J, hogs Blow at 3 to 3 00 and Bheep dull Tub Middlesboro William O'Connell Bradley for president at 1 to 3J. -- J. R. Hughes paid :sw Bn acre ior of the United States and David Grant w n. France's homo near Oolson for U. S. Seuator. The woodcock is kept so busy making bis usual remark Lexington. filly, Oxmald, has Tho two year-o- ld these days that he doesn't find time to fly away. Both men may eventually get won over $3,000 this year and yet baa not o taken a beat. there, but they must tarry awhile in -- Lyon & Allen Bold to J. W. Glvena a till their beards be grown. combined Iioibo for $75 and to Uriah Gkobqe Denny, of Lexington, has an- Dunn a mule for $65. 200 hog nounced himself a candidate for the U--J- oe A. Cohen bought about weight from 150 to 325 Senate, which shows he has mighty at 3c, running in little faith in his chances' to be seated in pounds. Woodfoid Sun. tbe next Congress, even by a partisan E. P. Woods shipped to Cincinnat body clothed with the power. He has Saturday two car loads of 200 pound hogs all to gain and nothing to lose by the bought of sundry parties at 3c. contest, however. He'll get $2,000 for Grannan won the Latonia Cup Sat3 any way. expenses urday, Tbe distance waa 2J miles and he went it in 4:121. Simon W. waa A coloubd doctor at Frankfort ia securing endorsements for appointment as A freight train on the K. O. ran into penitentiary physician and other.colored an open Bwltch 19 smlleB from Cincinnacitizens are making a dash for the pie. ti, killing 150 of its load of cattle and 20 Col. Bradley ought to remember them bogs. handsomely. He would never have John R. Gentry waa ignominously been governor-ele- ct but for hia nigger beaten by Joe Patchen at Richmond, Va. friends. In tho second heat Gentry was distanced in 2:15. Charlie Moobe, tbe hairy heathen of Miss Margie Wilder, aged 14, drove the Blue Grass Blade, was convicted in iim a mile to the pole in U. S. court of Bending obscene mat- 2:361, at Washington Park, Chicago, tbe the ter through the mails, but on his promise other day. to go and sin no more, Judge Barr held J. B. FoBter boU to E. P. Woods 25 up sentence till February, and permitted hogs, averaging 225 pounds, at 3cts. Mr. the old sinner to give bond in $1,000. F. also 'sold to Uriah Dunn three cotton Tub crop of embryo statesmen in tbta mules at $50. J. B. Gentry'B Oracle ran at Latonia district, who were beginning to hear the Thursday and came second. He was a 7 Congressional bee buzzing in their little Garland Bar, a 20 to 1 bonnets, was considerably bitten by the to 6 favorite. froat of November 5th. 'This Congres- shot, won the race. There were probably ou came on me sional districtwent republican by about market yesterday and very little demand 2,000 and the judicial by 602. made for them. No public Bales were Al Herrln bought 10 head There are some hopes, but they are slim, that Tyler baa more votes than of 1,000 cattle at 2jc, and Dan Holman Worthington for lieutenant governor, as disposed of aevoral head of butcher stuff the latter ran away behind Bradley and at 3c. The horse market wa very dull, Tyler got more votes than Hardin in only a few plugs changing hands at $13 many couatlw. to29. of tho Lexington Leader, wants to be inFARM AMD TRADE ITEMS. surance commissioner. He is too good a Lesa Wilkes, 2:09, haB never won a newspaper man to get spoiled in the flesh pots of office, but if be really deems race. J. S. Murphy, Jr., bought 24 hoga of the place, Col. Bradley should see that 3c. Auditor Stone gives it to him. No man Dick Cooper at O. Vanoy sold to Harper A Powell a worked harder or did more for the re for $155. publican ticket than Sam Roberts and he pair of mare mules bought of Col. Hall Murphy W. H. ought to be given first cut o( the pie. Anitnrnnn flvfl L'OOd cattle at 3 Joe Coffey sold to J. O. Johnson, of And now it is said that Gov. Brown is Boyle, a lot of butcher sum at --'jcte. thinking of pardoning Dick Tato so that Egbert ran two races at Latonia the It is said that Mr. Samuel J. Roberts large majority. Tl.u vote for freo turnpikes In tar- rard web 1,17 for toCGJ against. Pulaski cave Bradley 1,000 mnjonty. Pu Hardin ran 502 behind Ulovelan.l. laski is Bradley's birth place. Bradley carried Madison by 2, 1, uen- nettbv 477 and Burnam 480. Bennett beat Goodloe in tho district 1,050. Jamen Breathitt, a republican, beat Judge Linn, Gov. Brown's appointeo, for circuit judge In tho UopklnBvluo uis trict. Jackson county, where thero Is a us ual tennblican majority of from 000 to 800, comes forward with a republican majority this time of 1,125. Hon. E.Tutt Burnam, republican of MadiBon county, la being talked of as a probable candidate for speaker of the lower branch of the Legislature. demo- -J- udgo Simrall, the bolting COUrt Of rrolln raniildfttB for iudgO of the appeals in the Loulaville district, only got 1,200 votes. He did not deservo any. Bradlev'a ma onty m Usey county is 3S1; Grider'e majority (rep.) for Legislature, 240. Grider seems to havo been elected over T. J. Baldock by over COO majority. He Is a Baptist preacher. Rlanford. of Breckinridge; L.youe, oi Campbell, and Burnam, of Madison, are most the republican representatives-elec- t nrnminentlv mentioned for tbe speaker ship of the Uouso of Representatives. This la what a rabid free paper now btb: Xow that it ia all over, Wat Har din should never haveaccopted the nom ination, and Joo Blackburn gave him good advice when ho urged him to de cline it. Elizabothtown News. Woodford G. Dunlap, republican candidate for the Legislature from Lexington, was beaten by Kaufman Idem.) by 120 vote8.u,Hemay contest the election alleging fraud In two precincts, which required 14 hours to count, and gave big democratic majorities. Tho vote ofjthe city ball precinct in Richmond, which gave Hardin 89 and TVflrllAif 550. was thrown out because the clerk failed to indorse the ballots, but tho republican county committee will tnnHtntft mandamus proceedings to com pel the count of this vote. It cuts down the representation of the county two vnts. In the republican convention and ono vote in tbe democratic convention. -1st-ter'- Four ol Garrard's most highly es- t IT It casually mi'i Logan'n storo Tuesday and their total You wouldn't like for your neighbors to have the laugh ages reached 305. They were Judgo This week. Pattors'on, 85;Cupt. F. J. White, 70; Mr. on you. Reckon you know a good thing you sec it. Cast your eyes L. , Leavell, 78 and Mr. Mitch Broadtis, on these few best itenjs ever offered. Each one is a l 76. Theso aged gentleman are still on The best opportunity ever offered in this town to secure joying fairly good health and walked up to the polls as sprightly as when they cast their first vote. Lancaster Record. J. F. Moore sold to Fiirrfo, 400 bar rels of corn dellvurc J on the Danville pike at ?1.40. Col. B B. Campbell bought Tuesday, from J. L. Rnnsdoll a Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods, bunch of 1,200 pound ctttle at 3) cents Jorry Cardwoll, of Boyle, boiik'ht of 'Squire O. F. Meredith 120 good grade 940 pound cattle at 2 70. Burr Coleman has sold to John I. Vanaradall 500 bar Carpets, &c, at less than manufacturers' prices. Ladies' Flccce-lincrels ot corn, delivered at bis stable in this ribbed vests at 15c, worth 25c. Ladies' union suits, an extra good place at $1 50. Harrodsbnrg Democrat. quality, sell at 50c, worth $ 1. Ladies' all wool hose at 15c, worth A United States grand juror at Sau 25c. Ladies' and children's Francisco has been aent to jail for six months for disclosing testimony taken before the jurv of which he was a member. Tho largest individual employer is Worth double the money. Men's heavy undershirts at 25c, worth the Krupp Company, employed in the Men's Genuine home spun and home knit socks at 15c, worth manulacturo of artillery and iron ma- 50c. Men's good suspenders at 10c, worth 25c. Men's, Hoys' and chinery. It is said that the company 40c. l about 19,000 laborers. Children's has on its The yearly report of First Assistant Postmaster General Jones shows that during the year, under his supervision, & eaviug of $1,395,577 woa made. The These prices arc genuine, so croes receipts of poatofllcea were $60,- - Will be slaughtered worse than ever. AnnM.1 uiiiztjuH icuiucu l.t " 'J TO LOUISVILLE STORE! store-crowdcr- Dry Hoods, Clothing, Dress Soods 7 BOOTS AND SHOES. d Fast Black Hose at 5 Cts. pay-rol- O JL OT H I N Gf 538 097. don't fail to call and be convinced. Child's suits 75c, worth $1.50. Prompt Hoys' long pants suits go at S2 $0, worth $5. Men's suits at $3. 50, Succor" in the Ursullno convent at New worth 7. Our Overcoats all go at prices correspondingly low. Orleans was so crowned Sunday with a Thestatuoof'Onr Lady of s diadem of gold and jewels worth mauy thousand dollars. Ten thousand people witnessed tho coronation. Charles Uigdon, of Bellevue, this State, vowed 20 years ago that he would not have his hair cut again until a repub-lsca- n was elected governor of this State. Ho kept his oath and a fow nights ago got a trim. Thero was enough hair on the floor when the job was completed to mattress. make a Paris, good-aizfl- d THE LOUISVILLE STORE, A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietois, T: D. RANEY, Manager.) Branch Stores; Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. J Us Before You Buy, Furniture, Carpets Rugs OilCloth Pictures, Easels, Screens, HOLLOW WARE! In 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-omizers, rose jars, etc., etc. Window Shades Coco M.itts, Room Mouldings, All New And Up to Date An Ironclad Guarantee with each piece. ! Lenolimua, Picture Mouldings, Rattan Rockers, Wood Rockers, This is Ihc place to get a thing of beauty and a joy forever! Present your mother, sister, brother or friend with a useful article as a birthday, holiday, or bridal pre sent. PANKS, The Jeweler. lYlcRoberts' Drug Store The Place to Buy n WITHERS & HOCKER, ers, Stanford, Ky. --3 SCHOOL BOOKS & TOILET ARTICLES We sell at the Cheapest Price. ,i Undertaker & Furniture deal- Proscriptions Carefully Compounded I By an Experienced Pharmacist. Jer-ricb- "W. -- 4 B IMl'IROIBIEZRT'S, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. O HP i g LOOK HERE I Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock 'of Bec-on- d. Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c., Mm s g ,. S 3 Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line of Buggies and Surreys. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. m. Co, O STANFORD, KENTUCKY, O H MERSHON & GREER, proprietors. R. R. Noel & Son, All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing H Succeiwjs to J. B. Hlggiot, ft St. Asaph Carriage first-clas- s Dcitcn la done in style. ui M.n,h All Kinds Stanford, fini' old lUnd and will Cub. of Coal, Horse Shoeing and Blachsmithing of all Kinds. Ky. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. We will continue the coal buttaes at Mr. Hlg. have on hind at ail Umei the very beat coal whlcn we will deliver premptlr. We will Mil UricUr for cah and will make it to the Interest of the people ot tail lection to pay 37 MR. & fl. KIHLEY. BE EXPERIENCED PEIHTER. Has charge of our Painting Department, Give us a trioL r yMI-WEEKL- Y iNTERIORjOURNAL Stanford, Ky., Novkmueii 12, 1895 Silvrr carvliiR sets fit Danks. Wk bavo bought your Xwaa present. Next woek we will bIiow it to you. " Hilton leads on Oheliak Hour. Dunks, the.Iewelpr. IIiltok carries full stock of nil kiudn ol inorchandito. MATBIMOHIAL MATTERS. E. C. Walton, Business Manager cut to order. Our Krcat Jowelry and allverwaro sale ia etlll on. Others nro Kottln thu best uooda for tho If net mono v. Why not Dmik , you? Pouny'fl nnd jwplry Store. PERSONA! POIHTS. Mn. and Mm. J. 0. Hays aro visiting in Garrard. Mn. J, 0. McKhb, of London, wus hero this wook attundloK court. Mien Lutik Ulhod, of Cincinnati, is visiting Mien Montio Harris. Miss MattirDknny Duncan, of Garrard, is visiting Mies Paulino Grimes. Thk young pnoplo arn delighted to have Miss Bcsalo Richards with them again. MibsSuu Willib Halk lifiH returned from a visit to Mies Amy Smith at ltlch mond, Mil. W. VliUN'ON IllCHAHDSON, Of DD- - (k villc, joined tho Intkiiiou Jouiinal foico yesterday. Mit. J. S. HuniiKS is hack from tho cities whero ho added largely to his win-t- or stock of goods. Miis. J. It. Pax-toandllttlo Josephlno are Bpundiug tho week with Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Itohlnson. Mas. J. I'. Uaii.kv returned Saturday from n visit to her dauehtur. Mm. H. 1) Gregory, nt Grayson. Mies Lottir Million, of Crab Orchard, came- down yesterday to Bee the dentist and spend several days. Mit. and Mits. J. It. Mount and daugh tors, Miggio and Joan, of IaGrange, are visiting Mr. John M. Mcitoberts. Mn. J. II. Hilton, the Junction City merchant, was hero yesterday as a witness in the Ellis trial. Mies Suit Hol't accompanied Mrs. J B. Owens on her return to Howling Greon and will sprnd a week with her. Mu. II. M. Johnson, of the West Kr.d, suffered a stroke of paralysis Wednesday nnd has been in a dangerous condition - Window class and putty, nil bIzs and at them now wotth speaking of and the W. B. Mcltnburte. crowds are usually composed of men wh0 All men should examine our "Peer- have nothing to do at homo and no money to spend abroad. less Sanitary" underwear. Hughes & Tato. Thuvis got in their work on Prof. F. p Tub Somerset Importer snys that the J. Duffy the other night. They broke republicans even carried the diphtheria into tho academy building and stole his clock, dueters and brooms, but left the out of Pulaski county. books untouched. No clue yet, but a Wr have tho beet stock of overoouts sleuth hound is on their track. clothlnir, boots and shoes and at tho lowNegro Siiootino. A dispatch from est prices of any house in tho c'ty. nugbea A Tato. Mt. Vernon Saturday Bays: In a difficul: --. ty here to dHy between Scott Fish on one To avoid carrying stock ovir the winside and Kichiird MullenH and Dan Mc ter, I am Belling boxing, Btudding and Lean on the other, negroes, Fish was joist nt n lower price than they wero evshot twice in the neck, twice in thn er offered in this market. A. 0. Sine. stomscli andoncoin the arm, and will Gaiirakd county has done morn than die. 1'iie troublo originated over a her part in furnishing governors for Ken- thrashing Fish gave his wife, who is Multucky. She might well have rusted on len's sister. , her laurels with Letcher and Thk republicans tried to get up a celegiving us Col. Hilly O. Two is without bration at Hustonville, Saturday night, company and three is n crowd. hut the rain and thu Binall boy mado p Gov. Bon Taylor and his brother, monkeys of them. A log cabin was built Alf, aro now lecturing together on "Yan- on a wagon and two huugry coons wero kee Doodle and Dixie," and they furnish placed on top of it, but it made n poor nn evening of geuuinn entertainment. show in tho rain and mud. The boys Tho malingers of tho Opera House here wero all hallooing for Bradley, but would are figuring for a dato with them during add, "we mean George Bradley," w ho is a town boy. the winter. m A Louisville judge grantod sir di vorces at one sitting, all to women. Cicero Lay, 21, and Miss Malinda J. BCouriT days are fast playing out in tbfs pint of Kentucky. No business is dono Oaks, 22, were married Friday near Grab CONVERT ets. ? ! Orchard. W. L. Austin and Mis Edmonia Gibson Stagg were married at Harrods-burlast weok. Miss Alary Elizabeth Snyder, a slater of Mrs. James T. Carson, will be married at Anchorage on tho Mth to Mr. Edward Hobbs Sherley. "The Widow Jones who haa buried five husbands, lies purchased a lot near the cometery, where she will eoou erect a neat cottage. She is an onterprising woman." Atlanta Constitution. g Dry Goods, Clothing, Ladies' Capes and Jack- INTO : MONEY Owt-lcy- Dii. E. P. Brndkh, the painless dentist, who has mado a big reputation here, is advertised to come again and spend the week of Nov. 25 GO. If you want the old snags taken out of your mouth, almost without your knowing it, call on him when ho comes. wide-awal- o democrat says the party deserved all it got and morp, for putting Norman, in whose olllco rottenness was alleged, at thu head of the campaign. Come to think of it the mistakes of the campaign by the democrats were many more than Inuersnll attributes to Moses. A DieousTED Miss Katx Ulain, who thinks it was purpoeely held up till after the election, received a letter from tho superintendent of pitulic Instruction, under date of the O'u days that tho money has been so niHHu-rreceived lu tho treasury that he w unable to send tho 120 per cent, dim teachers on the Oth. Whatever part of his warrant that c.n be honored ou the 11th, ho promised to send for disbursement on the llith. Miss Blain gave To us this information for last issue but it escaped our memory. iy Or its equivalent. That is what we want to do and will do if. you To be plain and candid to rrid Rev. J. P. Halsell will begin a pro- will examine our goods and prices. tracted meeting at Walnut Fiat next Fri- weather has left us with too many Capes, Jackets and Clothing and day evening. Services will commence at they arc on the market to be sold. Come and examine them be fore 0:30 i' m. you buy. It is universally conceded that we carry the best ma de. The Rev. Wi'liam E Hinshaw has best fitting, best trimmed and best grade of clothing ever offered in been received at tho Jeffersonville pris- Stanford and for less money. Don't buy until you convince youron to servo a life sentence for the mar' self that this is true. We call on the Ladies to examine our Dress der of his wife. Goods, Linings, Silk waists, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, &c &c. The Christian church's receipts re- We shall be on the market for business and ask yourattendance for a ported at tho general convention in Dal- iittie wnue. Don t lorget our Hoot and Shoe Stock. las, Texas, wero $83,514.03, a gain of $10,- 255 87 over last year." Rev. T. U. Campbell haa just closed a Buccessful meeting at McKinney, There wero eight additions to the church -- THEone of them being an old man SO years of agp. Lancaster Record. "Uncle" Joo Hopper, who conducted the revival services at tho First Presbyterian church has doeed themeotings. Seventeen were added to the membership of that aud other churches in tho city as tho result of tho services. Uar rodsburg Sayings. CHURCHAFFAIRS. HUGHES & TATE. WpVt Ul Cl ibiJUt NEW ADTKHTlSEUKNlf. tho Tax-Paye- rs of Lincoln Co Will you freeze or keep warm. It should not be any trouble to decide when you will buy or where you will buy when you know how all goods are advancing and the prices we are offering the best goods, at. The attention of those who give worthless checks, especlully those who have given them to ua, is called to the fact that W, Binco. B. I'erciva), of Bell county, has jnst been Mr. Gkohcih I). Wiaiikn went over to taken to Knoxville in irons for issuing a Lexington to attond tho funeral of his check and getting tho money, when friend, John J. Frost, who frequently visited him horo. Miss Pkahl Buhnbidi, who waa prevented by the Illness of her mother from leaving last week, n ill go with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Walton to Atlanta to-da- he had no credit in tho bank. He will likely do time in the penitentiary, wher all of his class will land if they keep on. p p p County Judok ArroiNTs. In the ex- - Af" citement of election week, wo failed to answer a legal question propounded by our Hustonville correspondent as to the CITY AND VIMMTY. status of affairs when a town fails to China clocks at Danks'. elect trustees. The sitting board holds till the county judge appoints its succesRkad Danks hollow warn "ad." sors. So Hustonville is doomed torepub Buy a majestic W. II. Wearen A lican rule, worse even than that the stars Co. should fall or the moon turn to blood for Six our steel ranges before buying. W. "anarchy and confusion will reign supreme and everything go to the demni-lioU. Wearen A Co. bow-wows." iHBt flBt M F . I I 1 ' ' f ' i I """r" Goorgo Ferrill, another darky, over tho when mo congratulate both the giver and head with a slick. tho receiver. I iiavb an overstock of wiru and slat Cmct'iT OoritT. The case of Alex fence mado of oak picket? ; the best fence Rice, for the murder of Simon Higgins, in thu market. In order to reduce stock was submitted to tho jury at 11 o'clock . I will soil itat extra low price for the Fridav, after two days trial, and in 20 next 30 days. A. 0. Sine. minutes a verdict Axing his punishment . at 21 years in the penitentiary was reDon't you need aome knives, forks or spoons? itomember everything goes at turned. Nine of the jurors wero for the reduced prices. A beautiful selection of death penalty. Judge Santley certified to tho governor rings too. Come and look them over, tho arrest and conviction of Alex Rice Penny'8 Drug and Jewolry Storo. and Lee Smitha and Henry Carter will reward for his capture. remembered many of receive tho P. W. Uiiien his friendo with printed invitations to We have heard nothing further of the tho opening of his big uow Lexington private reward aaid to have been oflered saloon "Tho Turf," 18 North Limeetone by friends of tho deceased. The grand jury only returned 12 inlast night. An oyster and opossum dictments this term the smallest number supper was to follow. in years, and all were for minor ollecseB It. It. Nokl A 8ok give full weights and savo one. In tho auit of Jim Mulllna against cell coal at a profit of ono cent a bushel. They aro finding it a losing business, Sam Cochran for $250 dsmagea for refuhowevor, and unless our poople want to sal to let him have the land he rented ef driyo them out of business they should tor he bad laid the crop the jury gave the darkey f 100. give them a liberal patronage. The appeal case of The London ManSold.J. B. Toster concludod the ealo- ufactory Co., of which Mr. J. 0. McKee .of the land of the late J. M. Reid yester- ia president, against Ben 0. Martin react day. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Reid take the ed in a verdict In, favor of the plaintiff 250cres north of the lano, including for a little over 1120. the improvements, at f CO and J. C. Reid Jailer F. M. Shumate appeared In court takes the 50 acrea south of the lane at yeaterday with Marahal Frank Ellia, who 150. killed young Murphy at Junction City, and hia case was called. The prosecu A good rain followed the unusually tlon, which will be assisted by Hon. warm season of several daya and a cold making yea- - John W. Yerkes, announced ready, but snap has followed the rain, the defense swore to the absence of materday a very disagreeablo one, being terial witneasea and a continuance wan cold and drear a typical November day. granted till February. Ellia waa reGenerally fair, warmer Tuesday, was to- turned to the Boyle jail. Ho was repre day'a prediction. aented by Messrs. Breckinridge, Welch go to tho Atlanta and Warren. Pkoplk who want to Judge Saufley, thinking thero were exposition from hero ore practically cut off. If you go by Knoxvillo you have to sufficient grounda to warrant the belief spend two nights out, beeidea lying over that the negro Alex. 'Bice would be a day there and unless you drlvo to the lynched If he stayed here, passed sen0. 8. you can not make connection with tence on him and Jim Tall yesterday any train South and only tho alow one and ordered Sheriff Kewlmd to take them to the penitentiary. will atqg la this section. Si-O- Hon. J. N.Saundbus has been appointed a member of the Railroad Commis Two good Btore-roolu centro ol aion to succeed C. C. McChord, who retown for rent. Applv at tlili office. signed on being elected to the State Senate. The appointment is till December Look out for Hilton's display of Xmis 10, when tho newly elected officers will goods. Ho will be in time. Save your take charge. Thu pay ia at tho rate ol money. 12,000 a year and some expenses paid, . lMUICINCTS. Tub line farm of the lato Elder S. II. so it will be seen that our worthy townsKing will be sold nt auction Thursday, man will get a few hundred dollars in addition to the high honor bestowed on 14. See notice on this pago, Dim of which ho is j highly deserving Baiir Hansford was lined $50 and costs Tho selection is a good one and wo voice tiUnfunl Xo. V " " In the police court Saturday for striking tho 3.. sentiment of thu entire community . at $1.60 for soven bushel barrel. Go to Hilton's, Junction City, for Bait . ma The time it drawing cine when I have to pay the StatA of taxes due. Mn. Jam us Jo.nu;, of Crab Orchard, to iettl Kentucky til will have to lam compolled In fuU and advertise all property that the tax is not paid oa by sends us word that he was sworn in as deputy marshal on the day Dr. Wall was See our 38 inch Plain Serges and Novelty Goods at 25c. 40 in. fine Docombor 1895. killed by a pietol, which fell from hiB Remr mler also that 6 per cent, ii added to each serges, all colors and black at 33c. 46 in. fine silk finished serge, pocket, and that he had been given the l tmt ii not bald before Dec. i, 1895. In order to Rive you a chance to pay, colors and black at 48c. 46 in. English Coating serge, navy and pistol only a few moments before tho acDeputy U. P. Newland will be in Crab Orchard every Saturday in this mfnth; at Prcacheriville, black, at 50c. 54 in. Wide JFales serge, navy and black, at 75c. New cident. Mr. Jones ia a nephew of the Wednesday, Nov. ao; at Dee Lick, In Reynold's Plaids at 25c, 40c, 50c and 60c. These qroods are all new and correct late Joe Jones, instead of a brother, as Store, Thursday, Nov. ai. Deputy M. G. Reynolds will be at Hlchland. at our last issue stated. Mr. Jones' friends the Friday, Nov. 31; at MngivlllA. in style. Call and see them. Wednesday, speak of him in the highest terms and urday iu ihia Nor. 17; at Wayne.burjj every Satstonth. Deputy at Moreland, sty that he is far from being guilty of the Thnrsday, K. M. Ntwland will be Saturday, Nov. Nov. fjollsh habit of carrying concealed wea- 23; at McKinney, 11; at Mt. Salem,36; at Milledge-lll-e, Nov. Tuesday. Wednesday, Nov. 37; at Hustonville, Fripons, and we cheerfully give him the day, Nov ajanu Saturday, Nov 30, 1895. I will be found at my office in the Court-Hous- o benefit of this statement. every day. The tax payers will cooler a fav r by meeting us at the above places and dates and Handsomi and brainy John W. Yerkes tling their taxes and aavinf cost and trouble. setRespectfully. T. D NKWLAND, was hero yesterday and on being asked Sheriff Lincoln Co. enter the scramble for 7J why he did not U. S. Senate, ho said. "I do not suppose ! that there ia a man in the state who would not accopt such an honor as that exalted office, but really I haven't got Pursuant lo the will deceasthe cheek to offer myself for it even if ed, and in order to a of Eld. 8. II. King,property division ot among his heirs, the farm owned andthe my chances were surer than they could him, between Danvilla and Stanford, occupied by in Lincoln possibly be under the circumstances." county, Ky., lying upon tbe waters of the Hanging hoik, will be sold at public outcry, without We have a few more bargains to add to our list which has been Such modesty is as beautiful as it is rare reserve, to the highest and best bidder, on quoted before before, which are going fast and will last but a few daya in politicians, and it ought to be rewarded, but it won't. Cheek and gall get more. Don't overlook them for it will be The Farm Contains there while modest merit usually fails to bo recognized. 180 ACRES New Fall Dress Goods. Severance & Son. 1st. I'ost-oific- c, Farm at Public Sale The Globe Danville, Ky. Strictly One Price Clothing' House, Friday, Nov. 29th, 1895. OF FINE LAND, yirzW-- sr .s O "i i Is as well watered for both domestic and stock purposes as any farm In the State. It haa a JHUCK DWELLING HOl'SE, Wrick Smoke-Hous- e I I 137J 17. lni l.Bi ItW 1J l 1W 110 I'M ltM 1W 1- iii.L 1! 110 177 137 Ilmtmivllle. Ko. ' 1 101 110 179i loo 1 16 IKI 1SI 163 IS '. 2 3 CraliOrehanl.Ko. Waynwlmrv, No. " No.2.. ... in; ns 11 1, 107, SI m lHi lot ij7 ii; iss no n H2 ia i: lf7 1' li IBS m lU) 81 li 152 ISA 1M l 1U ' "2 M 110 62 ... 8... . .. 103 M, 121 1522 !( 101 121 ' 1Q l M 11T M 101 l Ice House, ana other necessary outbuildings. Theie are also two tenant hous-- s nn the farm. 1 he land, though rolling, is rich and in a good statu or cultivation The farm lies upon and on both sides ol one of the beit turnpikes in the Statu. Tho houtois within a faw hundred yards of the public school, and on the wholo a more convenient and dmrable farm cannot be found any where. The safe will laleo place on the premises at to o'clock a. m., on the data above named. Tho usual land terms will bo given oce. third cash and the remainder in one xn J two years, equal payments, with 6 per ccut. interest Irom date. F R. FKLAND. D. C. KING. 73 ' For the Heirs. .ad YOUR PSf' W jLaJoo Children's Suits are going. Reefer Suits, Brownie Suits and Combination Suits. Boys' Suits in all styles'and fabrics. Double and Single Breasted for Stout and Slim Men; can fit anybody. trxTS 1 122 Total Majorities '" Hj6 IfilS 1117 ttVI2 1'. .tTOTICE I OVERCOATS. We have the goods and are doing the business. Our pi ices are right. Lower than the lowest. Good material, well made, and nicely trimmed. Call and see or yourself. that the official count as given abovo varies from our report In last Issuo but ono vote. Wo gavo Co). Bradley 09 majority when it should be It will bo seen All persons having claims against J. C Gooch are requested to present them by Nov. 30, 1895, L. G. GOUCII, Asiignee, properly proven. Waynesbuig, Ky. 7 OS For governor Pettit got only 9 votes and Demaree 133. In the raco for railroad commissioner Alexander received 1,427 votes and Irwin 1,597, majority 170 for Irwin. For lieutenant governor R. T. Tyler revotes, Worthington 1,579, ceived Blair 18 and Hughes 108. The reBt of the respective tickets ran about that way 3 content. Any and all persens having claims against and firm will please present them for settlement Dee. 1, 180;. to J . T. Jones, Mgr. by mntual DISSOLUTION. n7ob.eaLte I V 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. Public Sale of Personal Property! Having rented out my farm and given up (arming, 1 will, at my residence near McCormack's Meeting House, on the Stanford & Milledgevllle Turnpike, about five mites West of Stanford, on throughout. Thursday, Nov. in The official returns from Boyle show Sell at public auction to the highest bidder my personal property consisting of that Bradley's majority ia only 157, worst mules, a mares and colts, i rork reported. W. J. Price Inree 3 tun. iuw, 5 i vniuc, ,, nwi buu of 180 aa nurse, shoats, 80 sheep, about 100 barrels ot corn in the had no opposition for circuit clerk but crib, 350 shocks of fodder, 3 stacks of hay, sorghum about 50 received the full vote, while John B. on which shocks ofthe fodder with grazing landsa to feed and sorghum, NicbolBfor county clerk beat the pop wagons and a general lot ol farming Implements Also a lot of household and kitchen furniture candidate 1,155. Tbkus For all sums of J10 and under Hardin haa more votes over that amount a credit of six months on cash; note The reason that bearing interest from sale and than the reat of the ticket ia because with gcod security, payable in bank. KDWARD CARTER. ballots marked under the rooster and in 7, td the aquare opposite his name were only counted for hlra, when it waa the evident intention ol the voter to include the wholo democratic ticket, and according Having sold my farm and determined to go to learned lawyers, ought to have beon West, I will sell my personalty on the premises on many republican so counted. A gocd Nov. 20, '95, ballots were stamped under the cabin Beginning at 10 a. ra., as follows: Bradley's square and they wero and In One saddle and harness horse, x large work mule, counted only for him. ad 21, 1895, Latest and Nobbiest Styles, Largest Assortment in this section of the Country. SHIRTS White, Colored, Wool, Working and Night Shirts, laundered and unlaundcrcd. guaranteed or money refunded. Call and see us. NECKWEAR ! Satisfaction GLOBE, THEPrice Clothing House Strictly One Danville, Sale of Personalty. J. L. Frohman&Co., - - Wednesday. 1 three-year-ol- Kentucky. tack, killed one miner, mortally wounded another and alightly wounded a third. Perry Watkins, an Alabama mine boea, in defending himself against an at- SenatarQuay declarea the report that he had assisted Gorman and Brice to be false and mallcioua. HealBO indignant ly denies that be has asststea "any otner emocrat," d work horse, i horses, i mare and colt, i aged horse, four heiler, three milk cows, good ones, t e yearling heilers, 30 iat hogs, 14 shoats, 1 wagon, 1 carriage, 1 spring wagon, half interest in a Whiteley Binder and also a half inter-e- t corn planter. Other tanning In one implements too numerous to mention, also ray household and kitchen furniture. Terms. All sums of io and under cash, over that amount a credit of six months with interest. Notes negotiable and payable in Farmers Bank & Trust Co. of Stanlord, aad to be appioved fcelore removal of property, B. r. HAYDEN, Walnut Fist, Ky. It ke ld two-horstwo-hor- se The Noel Planing Mill Co. LANCASTER, KY., Ceiling, Flooring and all kinds Has now on hand Weather-BoardinLumber. Can furnish Doors, Sash and Blinds F. O. B. of Dressed Stanford, Ky. we use only Alabama Pine and Mountain Yellow Poplar, we are prepared to meet competition from all points on cash orders. g, ril ,.. i&.jV,dtJUtIMia Lj 7 Semi-Week- ly ford, Gnorgo Frye, father of Mr. John A, 69 im Frye, of tho Weat End, died at his homo APPLY TO Pabllehed Kvery Tuesday and Friday at BradfordsvilJp, last week, flRod 77. Capt. J. C. Bryant, of Ashland, But "The Wonder" will burn it not split. Chunks, knots, sticks, 5S PBB "VICAR rN" ADVANOH recently went over to tbo enemy, is who now (When not so paid S3.60 will be charged.1. being boomed for adjutant general and cobs, etc., just suit it. Kor : : Lifo, Fire or Tornado InsurancD. Office on Miln Street, Opposite his friends hope ho will get it. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. the Thomas Hope, agod 72, fell down a Your policy will b Issued promptly and rentwala Trains leave Stanford m 7'li . m nd 3 p. m. com carefully looked after. None OUR HVSTLlNOINSt'KANCB MAN, flight of nteps at Somerset and received No ashes, no dust, no smoke. Acts like a base burner. Call and panics reproientrd, Office on but the best oppoarriving at 4:30 p. m. and 9:10 p. m. Main Street, Ho whs injuries from which ho died. site St. Assph Hotel. 0) im sec it and then "Wonder" why you have not bought one long ago. l.&:h. local time card. tho father inlaw of Mayor T. R. Griflltv WhoreprnentsthaOtd Reliable Michigan MutuAt rinevillo Henry Smith struck ..... n 7P m No. 14, Train going North..., : al Life Insurance Co., of Detroit Mich, can m No, .6. 3 S Al Campbell, also colored, over the head write you all the moat favorable plans ot Intur ......... 1 04 p m " South .. No. 13. suet. He aiso represents tlie old rtliabln Central " " .. 13 pm with an iron bar, inllictinc injuries from Tobicco Warchous of Loxitville Ky , and will For full Information as to tlrne of trains, etc. be slad to have a liberal share cf your patronage. which ho died in a few hours. Smith esQUEEN & CRESCENT. rtt ny reiueseti.ativs lUe Hour Route Will be tesdy to contt-- all tbo favors that can ba O MeCURWCK, U. II MARTIN, caped. given by any warehouse Liberal cash advance Pa. 1. Gen. Pass, and Tkt At menu mada on consignment, both Trains pan Junction City ai follows Mt. Centre College eleven defeated Tho in thn wart No. 1 South ......11 37 a m No 1 North ...3.56 pm house and country. I will ha at Htanfoid rtvtrv Club foot-b" 3 " ...1.46 p m the LouiBville Athletic t.sj am '' 4 " court day. Patties wantinir hocshmdt, pruos or " ' 6 ...3.13 a m team by the score of 10 to 0. Tho weath-e- r 5 taoi m ORCHARD, LAWN, GARDEN money should audreis ma at, J'atnt i.i tk. Ky. ...... i.oqam " 8 " " 7 ...3.37 a m I'romptattontloa cusrautccd. taocn wns so bad that tho Uogjett team did ...6.00 a m " 9 " .... 8 40 p m 10 Dealer in- SPRING ANO SUMMKR. FALU Not-Nos. j and 6 and 0 and to run no Lexington to play tho L. A. C. not go to than Junction City, nor on Sunday. All kinds ol! Fruit and Ornamental Ttcea, Johnathan HubsbII, formerly of Shrubs, Small 1'ruitJ, Grape Vines, Aipsrsgin, Something to Beautify tho Ladies. died at Buririn Sunday, aged 60 .Vc, Ac. No aitents. lluy direct and save money. Catalogues on application tn Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, Dally openimng. New Hats, flowers aud laceil and was buried at Uuetonvillo yesterday. II F HILLKNMEVKK. Wo 63 im Leilngtun, Ky, rind gtvlhcaisiiranco 10 the trade that they wll, Ho was a good hearted, clever man and tn our vsiablUhraent the same caclutlvcness n style of patterns, hats and bonnets and all the had many friends. Ho leaves a wife and leaillng novelties In Millinery for which we are HALE! known throughout the country. ono daughter, the Intter married. I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. I hare secured a trimmer for the seatell of The St. Louis son. Thanking you Inr past favors, wr respectHotel of j rooms with fixtures. Spltndidly fully solid; your patronise heretofore i liberally Geol garden ard orchard Mne openinK a Lincoln county product who, hRS got S. H.HAUGHMAN. M. 1). DUDUKRAR' bestowed. for an rnterprlilns: man. Will be sold at a J.H. BAUGHMAN. KATL DUDDKRAR. Manager, ton along in tho world. James M. Carfor particulars call n or aJdrcn, I). II. KDM IS TON, Agent, penter was born in Lincoln county, Crab Orchard, Ky. 1833. Ho was educated I Ky., in Octobor, at Centre College, at Danville, but loft V7". BTJUOBC, New goods of the latest styles toccived. and came to St. LouIh a few months beCall tn and see the largast and bestJut snorted Una ever brought to Htanlord. i'rkoi as low as the Law, Attorney His first position was fore graduating. loocsL M1SSLICC1K IIEAZLKV, ai collector for the Tboenix Insurance - SUnford, Kv Company. He was next you witl have no other Fancy Patent No 1, Alpine Snow, Fancy Family, TrT some of our brands and Office on Lancaster Street, bppoite the Court Belle of Lincoln and Cruole. Hero lie Mullanphy estate. for the House. Collections receive especial attention, SS HOUSE, learned tho value of St. Louis real estate and became a successful investor Crab Orchard, Ky. Mr. Carpenter is president of the Jeffer-Bo- n y rn, Rye, Shintuff, Oats, Absolutely Puro.1 Meet alt Tralns.ntKht and day, 1'strons taken to Our Srecialtios Seeds ol all kinds, mixed and crushed to any part of town Fra of Charge, Bank and Rex Realty Company and and llran. Remember all Feed orders must bo accompanle t with th cash Address rr call on -:- A cream of tarter baking pow- vice president and second largest owner Good Livery Attached, Farn ol Hnl too pr Sc day. A. II. IIASTIN, Prop. der. Highest of all in leavening iu the Lindell Real Estato Company. Ky. Ky. strength. Latest United States W. S. llurth. R. M. Ncwlant. "" . .Deputy Shrrlfl r lie Tuok Her Hack. 3 Atty. at Law, Government Food Report. A witty and popular London clcrgymnn i. 1'iiinary, Preparatory and CeHegiate SOYAL'.BAKING POWDER CO., has had nn unpleasant exporienco. Ono Sunday recently ho was koIuk up tho steps 108 Wall Street, Now York. Scientific, Classlcsl and Special Coursra cl Conorat Colloctors, of his church whim ho was asked by an Study, Schools of Music, Art, French and Ktecnllon. I wjl take all the hidei I can get old lady (who of courso did not know him) Stanford, Lincoln Oo., Kentucky Rest teachers employed, each a specialist In her (breath orln trade lor leatheron to help hor up tho stops. With his usual owa Department. u com' day at Stanford or at my home In good graco ho compiled with Jor request. We offer our servicta to the public to do a gen Hoarding pupils under t Ms direct supervition ot Chas. Ennslin, Tanner. On reaching tho top eho asked him who era! Collecting Kulnrs. Accounts, notes, etc teachers. oelloctedtn all paruot the county, For lurlher InfarmaiMa, address 11 vm was to preach. WILLIAM SULUrON. President. A. O. Lenhirs John n. Cestleman. "Tho How Mr. Jelf," replied ho (that bolng his own nnmo). "O Lor," oxoltilniLtl tho old lady, "holp Attorney at Law, : : mo down again I'd rather listen to a man nlmrponliig a saw. Plwv.--o holp mo - down again. 1 don't caro to go in." At first ho was inclined to rofuso, hut WiU ac: ai Kxactar,Adailutnitor and Assignee then ho gontly liolped hor down again, re- Ready-mad- e or made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any man. Special atteatlon to Ssttleatnls ol Fs. marking as ho reached tho bottom, "I atcs, as Attorney sad JaW and Division of would not go in cither if I was not paid ull stock of Cofflni alarits' Lands. tier for It." Exchange. always on hand, Interior Journa; OF A LOCAL NATURE. He Can't Split the Wood. riTTDnP UfiftCJ JJUAUu nUUo new ready for service all subject to register. J M. MeROBERTS, StanFor Sale, both'sex-i, DH. w. b, puNirsr. Stanford, Ky. Paat-Otfic R. B. MAHONBY SAVES ONE HALF YOUR FUEL. Dentist, M. W. JOHNSOIT, 1 No.-!- , W. H. WEAREN & CO. BIG 4 : ROUTE, r all 1 A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. -- . fur-h- or Hub-tonvill- e, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING ETC. j dOYAI FOR first-cla- is rost-Diepat- ch 1 bar-Rai- n, hgjL STANFORD ROLLER MILLS B. TO THE LADIES book-keep- er Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal Stanford, order-CoIlar-le- at Kentucky. POWDER SEED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, RYE -- THE MSTIN J. H. BAUGHMAN " CO Proprietors, Stanford, Female College, Depart-raent- . i. Stanford, FallScssIon Opens Sept. ii-o- ih Otten-hel- ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS. I Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, J. T. STJTTOIT, "Wallaoo 3. Varnon, Kentnclcy. gla kssiranoe umpany hustonville,;kentucky. 3I undertaker, Btaniord, BARBEE &CASTLEMAH Commerce T. In "Their" Midst. d With a gesturotho savage monarch llcncu. "My fcoplo," he said, "I tako great pleasure In Introducing this noted traveler. I am sure I spoak for all when I toll him wo shall bo glad to havo him In our midst. I tako this occasion to caution tho children not to oat too much since ho is roputed to bo very rich." Vhoroupou It plainly appeared that bis majesty was not only witty, hut schooled in tho finer shades of meaning of tho English tonguo. Detroit Tribune. com-mande- H, l J. ! M'ROBEBTS. and Caskets D A. Carpenter, Manager. Office OB T'soHtce. LancasterSt averSupL W. F. McCla V Building, Louisville Agent throughout the South A. TBI3BLE, Local Ages STANFORD. KY. ..IT VOU AREGOINO., HOHTH WEST, ..THE.. R J Louisville a, Nashville - R. r. If the line for you, ai Its Double Bally Trains MaVrJcIose connections at matic company that claims to carry three carloads of scenery, still wo must venturo to remark that tho grand transformation 6oono in "Unolo Tom's Cabin," as given at our oporo houso last night by tho Barns Tonnor Dramaflo company, would bo much more effective if tho life sLzo angels which appear In the background would refrain from chowlng gum. FlunkviUo Bugle. An American Slelnotle. Mrs. MclnoKo And Is this tho homo you havo prepared for mat Claudo Calm yourself, my dear. Your safety and well being havo been my only A Gentle Criticism, Whilo It may seem presumptuous on tho part of a weekly papor to crltlclso a dra- Lamps, Kentucky. Stanford, Ky. Somerset, Queensware, Glassware, THE RfLEY Stoves, &e. M.S.&J.W.Baiighman, London. J F. UAKKKK, Proprietor, BARKER HOUSE, - Kates TWO DOLLARS Per Day. A. S. l5tXCE, Surgoon Dentist, Office over McRobens' Drugstore Remodeled and refurnlshoU throughout. Lsro and Comoiodious Simple Rooms. Halls and oflV- c- connected hy Electric ftells. Trouipt and pollla service to guests. 47 ltuildin. In the Owsley HOUSE Kontueky. M.S. ItAVCHMSN. J W. lUt'f.HMAh, V. B. HILKY. Proprietor, - - -- AT- F ARRIS & HARDIN a c 3 -- raoranTOKs- L For MONEY LOVING PEOPLE. Have your Prescriptions filled at Craig m & LIVERY, FEED & SAX.E u DON'T FORUKr THAT STABLE, Kentucky. THE FAVORITE MILLS, Stanford, II you first-cla- ss I have moved to my nw Hotel and am batlas prepared than evtru accommodate tha public. Oood Livery attache.!, and every convenience del ttred, Give tae a call. afKANK RIL.KY1 ned 'riOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all pointi. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGK CHECKED THROUGn For any information enquire of JOES. KICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky 2 a c O lor rates. livery give ua a call. Nothing but turnouts will Icavo our stable. See us In our AT MclCINNKY, KY., Have Juit bees overhauled and repaired w'0u.L. tunf no- thought. THE ATLANTA EXPOSITION WILL. BE HELD shantyr" "Here, my dear, you need havo no four of burglars." New York Weekly. A Happy Thought. ITerr X. (to u beggar In tho stroct) I'll give you C cents If you will lend mo for half au hour your board with tho inscription, "I am deaf and dumb." Deaf Mute All right. What do you want it for? Herr X. I am going to tho harbor's over tho way to got a shavo.-FeJerabend. can either bo Insured by this mlsorabio "Huh! My safety and well being! JTow o U S Q to c 3 r 01 snt 0 0 Rocker's. Pure Drugs and Chemicals only us- ed. OJ) Accuracy, Promptness and s o o CI Q O H Pi LOW PRICES! Guaranteed. ,Dcrea,?d. ., di ng than and wuh the old reliable D V s, You will And a good assortment, of Harness, keonedy a, h.ad miller, Saddles, Ac Havo your repairing dono by Flour and fa.r ticaitnant. 'lU are sura of kooJ suie and brtngs our man, he understands nls butiocss. We have a your grinding and wntu baying call mechanic in our and w.U ..ubli.bcd brand. Favor. lor our old dies' favorite aud Rakers' Choice. ' La. Succos.or to K. L. Co. Willguarant04firt-cwork and otUfjetir Tiv our hor shoer. dnces HARNESS SHOP - SUt'l h".. ""- "mor.Tnd" fioa bot- - UuU'l Min llrl-dls- blacksmith:shop. I T.nntAlClAun of...... A full line of Druggists' Sundries always in stock. CH,ATCi-c& FOR S&TJZ Blue-Gras- s G. B. COOPER, .......ProprlotiH'a Sept. 18th to Dec. 31st, 1895. On ground traversed by rlfli'vits, over which ciherman threw the first shell ' Atlanta 31 years o;o, the Exposition Is fast t ships. The facilities ot t. great u L Farms near Two Good Hustonville, Lincoln Co., Ky. for saIo her two Farms, situated aln ut one mile west of Huttonvllle, in Lincoln county, on the Ilradfordsville turnpike road. Thei two Firms adjoin and taken together contain 34a acres ot land and can be divided so as to include about 140 acres In tho home place and soo acres in the o'b er. The buildings and imprrovsmcuts on each are comfortable and substantial. Each ot the farms is well watered and convoment to good schools and churches. Terms reasonable. Title dear. For further information apply to cither of us. J. P. BAILEY. Hianford. Ky., J. w, MOUKbK, Hustonville, Ky. S FAYETTE DUNLAP, M. D., Dan vllle, Ky. Livery and EocdStablc, STANFORD, KY Having bought of P W. Green hn Llvorv lwr.ee, ?,C.n.adrJeU.rfLu"iM I The heirs ot Mrs. America Ilailey, deed., offer "J w.. p". bus- - FIRST-CLAS- S hit u to Atlanta, passing through Georgetown, Lexing ton, Someriet and Harriman en route. More than 100 mtlea shortest line. Special low reduced rates to the Exposition Ask your Queen A Crescent egent something about it in detail. Write to A.'J.'LYTLE, D. P. A., - Chattanooga, Tenn. CHAS. W. ZEL.L, D. P. A., - - Cincinnati, O. ForTree inforrr ation and printed natter. W. C.;RINKAH.SON, G. P. A., - - Cincinnati. As Advertised. "I'll hot," remarked Mr. Jason to his wife as thoy sat in the family drolo at tho ROUTE play, bet from tho looks of it And'tts connections to Atlanta, together with 'low dross "I'll thcro woman In tho that tbo that box is railway rates, will enable the prop, to make a ue- wearing Is ono of thorn elagAnt drteirs ghtful trip at but small expense, Tho Quern A Crescent runs superb vestlbuled f oil wo seed adrcrtUed ylstcrdoy traina with through elecDera and cirrvlns Parlor, Boston Homo Journal. Irom Cincinnati direc t lu tho papers." Cafe and Obiervatton Cars. ono-bal- QUEEN AND ORESCENT THK RLUE GRASS HKftD OK TURNOUTS Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Pigs forsale iron tock. 1 public will Had 1Iline single or doubly or Carri. ages at very LOW PRICES. lw And plo to h"!1 with. Slop with us when us the in your horse and va' hide will ",1'liiora,l " cared for. On short notice. The traveling .;I.WiV,'"t,ir1d Jjtoos kinds 'ish "a wl 8, Myors House Sublc, Stanford, Ky. S''J' COOPER ,. but typn of Roistera Solicited Breeders secured from tn bast herds In several different States. Correspondence Portland. ..To the San Francisco. .......Via The v y How many young men and young women are off just as the future seems brightest and fullest of piomisel The, arc taken away by the disease which causes of all the deaths In the world the disease which doctors call consumption. There is absolutely no reason in the world why consumption should be fatal why it snoum De even serious, it is a disease of the blood, and can be cured aosolutely and alwaya by purlfyiug and enriching the blood. The only exception to thu is the care where the disease has t.ecn neglcctKl and Improperly treated until it is stronger than the body until the body has become so weak as to have lost the ability to recuperate. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will cure 93 per ce t. of all cases of consumption if used according to directions. It also cures all lingering couuhr, bronchial and throat affections. stamps to World's Send at costs in Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. and receive Dr. I'imce's 1008 page Common Sense Medical Adviser illustrated. cut Farmers BanMTrnst OF STANFORD, KY., FIRST NATIONATbaNK Co OFJSTANFORD, KY. one-sixt- Moor Air Mt Heater. (socwfuliyorganiied'and ready for buslr.cn wit Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - $200,000, 2U.000 Capital Stock Surplus 8200,000 , 23,700 TRY ONE. IVc one-ce- nt guarantee satisfaction. "Orwfga MCWIITgCnieACO '" to((t--' OnlylDinlnj; Car Route From Good advice: Never leave home on a Journey without a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cnolera and Dlanhoea Remedy. l'or sale by Craig A Mocker, Stanford, Ky. It Uses 3LOUxsirxr,Xii: All Freo. Those who have used Dr. King's New Discov cry know its value and those'who have not. have now the opKrtunity to try It free, Call on the advertised druggist and get a tilal battle free. Send your name to II. E. Bucklen Jc Co., Chicago, and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lite Pills aa well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor free. All of which Is guaranteed to do you good ftnd coat you nothing at A. R. Penny's Less Fuel SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with tha same assets and undsi the same management. By provisions of Its chatter, depositors are at fully protected aa aie depositors in National Banks, its shareholdcra being held IndividuaUt liaole to the catent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thareol, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may act as exsculor. administrator, trustoe, Ac, as fully at an individual. To those who entrusted their buislness to n while mnaglng the Lincoln National Bank al Stanford, wa we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with, us, offoring as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience la banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. coa-slste- nt Attention of the public is invited to the far th NHnal Il.nk Under the Droviaions of ih- - m..i....in n.".n,?fa , . . I .. a AC flenfktitnr. ir. ...... " nui oniv DT IhO iock, dui ov tne stockholders1 hablhr capita! tor rz amount equal to the imrlf ... tl... .,. r." an ft1.1 "cured by sworn of ...,n. ,!.-.- ., suuments .1" .tzr""."2,"." me " 'mentand its assets srs by government agents, thus securingXtdTtitoaa and"perfect safety to depositors. ami luiuiuuon, originally attabl shad aa tha Deposit Bank of i!jj, then as the Nstional Bank of Sunford In again reorganised as the First National i8Iand bunlord in S8a, has had practicallT an nmnuS? rupted eaistenceofjs yeari. It now with Uclliti.arortransicUngbunalanrM ly andl.ber.Uy than ever before 70?? honorable career. Accounts of corporatlon.i!d Clanes, firm, and Indmdual. .. .,"''!?n.a'e J....i ih&Z," jiiuin.mi.,tt .;..?!."!! i id luiii flnS lalu TO CHICiLfGO. Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled Sltwpws of Modem Pattern. For'mapa'or aaynloimation, address f E. H. BACON FRANK 1. RE1D. or ; G.P.Agaat, P. PA, I L oulivilu Chlcaeo- - Than any heater in the market. drugstore. ' Denver.v i J..,J....M..M.t..J .$, Route, t.'Pnl. I The best salve In tha world for rat,. fcr,tU. sorts, ulcers, salt'rheura, fever sores'tetter, duo- A( BVAMa l lurui auu au SKin eruptions. I positively cures pUes, or no pay;rpuired.--' U U guaranteed to stve oerfett sarli firtinn m refunded. Price at cents per box. For A.K. Peony. Stanford, Ky, v Bucklln'a Arnica Salve 9 a THE STOVE For Halls and Offices. ....iwiuuiui. sa!V nn... BIGGINS & McKINNEY, t'.'f ML Vernon; . H. Shanks, Btauford; J.S, Owsley, SUnford; S.J. Etubry, Stanford; J, B.Owsley, Stanford; J IF 'Cash, Stanford; William UoochaiStanlord; A. W. Carpenter, MlllefgevllU, W, lUCuamini.JPieacherilll S. II Shsnks, Pesldent, J, William, DtltXCTOXt: The Directory of this Bank is composed el Fdrestua Reid, Lincoln county; S.T.Harris, Lincoln; J. H. Collier, Lincolu; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. H. Baughman J Lincoln; J. S. Hockar, Stanford;! W.A.Tribble.SUuford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner,:McKinny; Me, Mt' V.nwa.Ky Hoclcer, Pre.ld",' Joo. J. McRoberU, CasbUr; A A. McKInoey, Dr. JVBOwsJey.lCaihier, ' t J. S. W. M. Bright, TslleV.' As. CaahJtt f Ct . Uf. Jf&! ,c'i