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The MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ,l,Bn from by this w' AftwaloiiK Mini .iHiiKurons lllneiw y,01"' -- Mr. E McWilortor and Mary F. Kb PH Mm to Ko U- -' ,m"" "si-"- Mr' I,,,burl ofc, G,K,dln I .now u,ouKht Um0 "ml com. In, liott, of Casy county, Ky , eloped to to home and go to h1,o,, adding, "I've l0 bo improvlHKstart.i.ly. . ., , ., . . JoHereonvillo and wure imrriod. , ,,uen ,rt 0l,r -P- urine the storm last week never.; -.- HiiKliTurklnjrton, mynelf." nt no! the res uiiiiK. mat is wnat we want you to do, when you read boii of Gtw.Turk. plma wore torn from Uib elutfHnt elec- - in(.tou, o( t..ir county, who linn .men ill Norwegian had not yot made a auluctont that We are informed, and reliably too, Miss Tillie Hall, formerly of this tlon booths In tho lark, ino town ourortJvo Wlk apeoUdo of hiniNlf, ho ho continued to f lTn, oM f vor place but no - of Winchester, will be . , trustees will havo nil dainajioa repatrwi now thou ,lt ,0 , , cavort around. II., turned hand spring, married next month to a Mr. Watter- Immediately. tried to shout "Hurrah for sheol" and 'condition. Lman, oi For Hc Mho thinks strikes deepest and strikes safely." Don't say Ilengv A IlAiiiilton have about comMr. ferry Wade, son of th n Into It. misbehaved generally to such an extent Disappointed in lovu and not believ- Special offers arc chestnuts. The morsel of bread at your plate is a pleted their now livery atablo and will O. Wade, of this enmity, died in the that Ctipt. Lilian! wm about to open ing that there is as good fish in the sea chestnut, still "Would'st tfiou not hunger without it?" Listen here a open up for buelneas thia week. A fellow West Jind, Friday night, of consumption fire on iflm with aVIiot-guwhen prob a were ever caught, Hev. G. II. Harris, few minutes: would havo to travel a long wnyn to niul and was buried at IVrryville Sunday. ably taking thu bint, he leaped through of Orange, Mums., drank a cup of cold and Services by two better bustlers than Hire Nonce thu He v. J. O. Gilliam of the the open cellar door and disappeared. ..i iuiouii iiikii ..i. ..in ,.i uu 111 uiuriltl i CUli. nmiiiieii i, i.i Jim Hamilton. Methodist church. Peoria, III , is ill the throes of a soAND TRADE ITEMS. FARM Communion eorvicvfl were held at Mr. O. A. Nlutidfonl, agent and telecial upheaval. Mm. Ilawley, the wife of tho l'reflbyterltin cburuh Sunday morn- graph operator for the L. & N. railroad J. B. Foster bought of J II. Boone a prominent citizen, accused him of ating, conducted by the regular jHtator, J. at I'a rksville, and Mies Sallie Brown, 50 ewes at I. tempted murder and he brought suit for It. Tercy. In tho evening the annual elopod loJellico, Tenn., Sunday night Ladies' Shoes, 35 cents and up; Standard Colicos, 5 cents and up; cofIt. Cobb, Sr , boiuht of Geo. Carter divorce against her, making 20 of the County IHblu and were married meeting of the Garrard fee 22 y. cents and up; Dress, Goods, Wool, 25 cents and up. Wc 80 ewes at $3.60. there Monday morns best citizens of the town Society was hold at tho Methodist ing. Tho bride is the youngest daughEggs are selling at 21) cents per doz- pondenU in the suit. lead all in Finishings, R. R. Men's Supplies a specialty. We arc church. ter of Dr. W. A. Brown, of Parksville en at Paint Lick. headquarters for all kinds of quration a to what jmper in CHURCH AFFAIRS. Tho owner of Moquette, 2:10, has Hev. J. W. Powell, for 12 years staKentucky la tho original "Olovulnml tioned at Sattillio, Mexico, as thu head refused $:W,000 for him. Tho revival conducted by Elder journal" protnInen to create aa much In- of the : Jersey cow for sale. Spencer, of Fresh Southern B.ipttat Mission from Winchester, at Lexington, of who killed Cook Hobin, terest aa that J. T. (locker, Turnersville. . the United Stats, was in Danville has resulted in GO additions at last acwho fitrnok Hilly Patterson, who killed u Tinware, Salt, Stove-PipinLillard it Cobb bought of Jos. Crocker', Quccnsware, &c, always on At the conclusion of the services counts. Tecumaoh, who wnH tho youngebt sol!l feeders at 3.10. tiand. uji I what line buiscuits this at the Bjptist cburuh $ 115 wns raised as ICev. J. It. Deenng arrived yester dier who entered the army and who a part of $360,(XK) missionary fund to S. D. Goir, of Clark, bought of h day afternoon and expected to begin a Hall's planted the llrat tlig on the top of ho raiseil by the Baptists in thu United Morris, of Midway, 84 feeding cattle at series of meeting at tho Methodist church tiap. Among tho ronteatanls for thia States. :i to Je last night. Services at 10:30 every Makes. Try it. We have Fish, Oysters and Celery every Friday frh.nd and townsumii, M. I). honor our J. W. Allen sold at Danville yester- morning and at 0:30 at night. Colin, formerly of Danville, Is Iltighca, while editor of tho Central Kenand Saturday. Wc buy hides, furs, feathers, eggs, &c- - Look out for at a candidate for at Middles-boro- , day 2L short learlings and At Oklahoma, a religious fanatic our immense line of Xmas goods. They are tucky New?, on the Sth of Nov. 1983, coming to Rowland. All where he now lives. Mr. Colin is It to 3c. picked up a rattlesnake to demonstrate nominated G rover Cleveland for the kinds of fine Quccnsware, Decorated Lamps, &c, &c. Candies, cakes The Maury Comity, Tenn , Demo- his faith. The snake a thorough democrrt ami a capable bit him. of course. fruits, &c. Give us a call before buying, as we can presidency anil bad a vouorable but aau save you monev. inmi. He has been a hard worker crat quotes 15 to 1G Imml mules, I to 7 but the combined prayers of himself and hia name. It would cv rooster iufit nbovo Respectfully, for his party and the reward ho years old, at $S5 to $1.'55. followers didn't kocp him from climbing therefore bo Jttt an well for the press to seeks. Foa IIknt. llouso and 0 acres In tho goulen Btairs. His many friends in Danville 85 concede thia honor to our townsman and and Jloyle wheat and - to go in corn. T. M. White. county wish him succeed. The lhank8vlving services will be let him reat eaiy on his laurel; and if -- John Linnoy, of Danville, lis the held at the Methodist Mr. B.J. C. Howe, of Iudianapolis, church "Thursday there ia anv cood tliinu lying around who put up thu Stanfonl water works, father of 20 children, 20 of whom are liv- morniugat 10:30. The sermon will be pie, let it he tenloteo In the shape of was hero Friday in conference with a ing. He has been married twice. preached by Hev. J. It. Deering. It is dered to him aaaoon as the running gear Southern California's orango and earnestly requested that all come and committee of the council in regard to of the machine ia In working order. furnishing Danville with a supply of olive crop this year is most promising, join in the services. If the excellent advtee given by the good water for all purposes. He went while that of the lemons will be short. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Hev. George O. Barnes is coming to Istkiuou to the olllceaeokers would be to see thu famous springou the farm of J. E. Bruce says it was 250 pounds Fraukfoit to hold a series of meetings. ondorMul by thu prcaa generally, It would the late Dr. Jackson and is of thu opin1892. in two months that hu put on his Among other things he will talk about havo n military elToct upon those who ion that more than a sullicient quantity cattle by feeding them corn and "Thu Tribes." We are glad about Full corpt of Conservatory and r(orm.l School teachers, feuperlor courses in Literature Musfi tan J a seem to have gone wild in their can be obtained there. Mr. McLeod, of cano under shelter. I this. Perhaps, during his researches, he An. fcxceiiem boarding department, catalogues ana circulars furnished on application. adof position under the next The Lebanon Enterprise .says that may find an answer to tho despairing reIuisville. another water works expvit ministration, This ia no new thing, how- will he here Monday or Tuesday. Mattingly & Co. bought OS steers at It to publican cry of "where are wo at?" ever, for what la popular known aa "patTho Ix)iilsvillu Times published Fri- 31 and 100 fat hogs at . .New corn is Utpitai. ronage" has been tho rock upon which day a portrait () of Miss Mary Belle selling at $2 50 delivered in town. The protracted meeting at tho M. umny vessels havo atrandod, and in the M. F. Klkin' bought in this county a E. church, South, continues with great of Danville, ono of tho maids of minds of many tho ofllct-- constitute all honor at thu recent Sitellites' b.ill. Thu lot of 200 pound hogs at 4 cents; of Interest and iHrgu attendance. So far there is worth fighting for. Asa general picture may look like somu'mdy on the Beazley Bros, a nice lot of heifers at 21, there have been about 20 conversions. rulo tho beat men do not enter Into n face of the earth, but bears not the slight- and of T. A. Coulter a Hue cow at 2 Bro. Wright has been assisted by Miss shall1, kcepj constantly on During the year 1892 I scramble for place, hi view of tho troublo est resemblance to the young lady it is cents. Emma. Tucker, since the departure of hand a full and complete stock of Incidont to a coutcst and thu uncertain- intended to represent. It Return aa tho' Da.nmllk Count. About 50 cattle Prof. Fogg. Miss Tucker la the organizty of the tenure by which It ia held, If tho gifted artist of the Time.- may havo were on the market yesterday. Thirteen er of tho Woman's Missionary Society of obtained. A government position iaone reached into a bisket of photographs good feeders brought 2:117; S good year the Kentucky Conference and has been kVI Vi r 1"55,twI not easily nrocurcd: there is no certain and taking the lirstonu his lingers touch-od- , lings at $2;l, 100 sheep $3.20; plug horses a wonderful help in tho meeting. Jesty as to its duration, for tho power that made his ongraving from it and call- $15 to $10. No mules ofiorod. Crowd samine Journal. apjoluU to day can remove fairly good. -- Rev, W. H. Munnell has done a ed it Miss Kngleman. and without being required to give any Tho Lexington Gazette reports sales grand work aspaator of the Central GosMarshal Groves, colored man of My stock of reasons therefor. It disqualifies thu In- good of feading cattle at 3:05; 23 pel Mission. He has already served in character, who has been employed of a cumbent to a certain extent for bualnchs at the D. A D. Institute for a number of of 1.300 pounds at 3) and several other this capacity over eight consecutive in tho ordinary vocatlona of life, and years, became highly excited if not era" lots at 3 to lc. It also reports sales of years, and in six years past, holding an when set adrift heiluds itadillicultto ob- zy, Sunday morning at precisely 10 several of fat hogs at 5c, 00 average of nine services esch week, has Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my 'customers o tain other employment, even though he o'clock, and threatened to cut bis throat. stock ewes at $4 a bead and a lot of lambs not missed a'single service. Hundreds drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment;Mr. Thomas may bo over so efllelent. Naturally Ho had a razor and a big knlfu through at4c. and hundreds havo been converted un- Daltoii in charge. A. R. PENNY. adopting the rulo of "come easy go easy" whose aid be expected to depart for B. G. Fox A Co. sold to Geo. W. der his ministry. The converts of Cenvery few havo over nen known to save tho beautiful Bhores. His friends took Welsh a 4 year-old Harkaway gelding tral Mission are scattered far and wide, any of tho money realized from their charge of him and watched him closely foa 250 and to L. II. Hudson & Co. two some in Scotland, England, Ireland and calarles, and nine out of every ten como until towards evening when he became New York saddlers for $ 125. Tho price far Ceylon, as well aa throughout the out poorer than when they went in. The quiet. The cause of Marshall's troublo for the new hemp crop hero is $4.50. A. United States. advice of those who have been in posi- is that his sweetheart, Mattio Carr, to G. Whitley sold to Owsley Evans 100 LEAYES HAVE THEIR TIME TO FALL. tions to know is to every young man to whom ho had been engaged for a long barrels of corn at $2.25 at the shock. government olllcea and time, and whom ho expected to steer clear of Iiwvct have their time to fall. marry Advocate. sock some steady business, that is not In a few days, bad gone back on him Win. Moreland bought of J. S. Ows- And Rovers to wither at the north wind's breath And stars to set but all, dependent upon tho fluctuations of poli- and threatened to marry another man. ley, Sr., 51 cattle at 3Jc and Is fcecciving His Tho question now with most of At least Marshal heard that she had so of same 0 butcher cattle at 2c and an old Thou hast all seasons for thine own, oh, Death tics. Deatb is mortal thtwlvrH "What will I tako?" but threatened and ns he had built a new ox for $5. He bought of Jim Allen a Eve for gladformeetings care; the joyous hearth, by the middle of next year it will be house to take his bride to and made oth- lot of hogs at 4.05 and a lot of butcher Night for the dreams round ot slwp, the eice ef pray"What can I got?" Much valuable timo er preparations for his anticipated bliss, cattle at 2 ',. Ho sold to Capt. Vast 30 er Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Giieme call. will bo lost in tho chase foi positions and her alleged unfaithfulness turned htm bogs at to J. B.Foster a lot of Hut lor all the, Jhou mlghti.t cttrth where one is successful W) will bo disap- wild ami there is ibut little doubt but yearling steers at 2f. The banquet hath IU hour, pointed. TSoao having tho appointing what hu .would havo carried out bis Itsfsteruh af uilrthand seng aud wine; There come a (lay of ricf o'erwhelming pow Whitelaw Keid has an yye to business. power are to ba pitied, and our Con- threat. It is said that the parties mot or, gressman, who is now Hailiuu upon tho late in thu evening and that thu mar- He contributed $75,000 to the republi A tunc for softer tear -- but all are thine. sequel may congratulate ;himaelf riage may yet tako place. briny deep," can campaign fund, but tho Vsuth .ind th opening row (Late Alexander's Hotel.) that for a short time at loast ho is Capt. K W. Lillard has somo fine proved that it had a largo sized Btring May look like thing too glorious fw decay; tho roach of letters asking hia to it. The $75,000 had hardly got Ami smile at lh but thau art net of thtc old whiskp which he hells for medical tied for office. purposes and which has haon disappear- settled in the contribution box when Thst watt the npHel Ukwm tOMtiu Ihslr prey. Rates S2.50 Per Day. , ing a little faster of late than the pre- Mr. Hold's paper, the New York TribLeave buve their tlnin to full, Court-House- , was destroyed scriptions on lllo account for. Suspectune, sent in a bill to the national com- And ttowar In wither at the north wind's breath, Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite fhe Tho steamer Hosn , And stars to set, but all by lire at Memphis. The loss on Btemnor ing sonio ouo unknown of appropriating mittee of $70,000 for advertising. White-law: it will bo seen, is only out $5,000 on Thou lust all seasons for thine own, oh, Death at about $57,000. his goods, he, Friday evening laBt, ilrow V. R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J..Sullivan, and cargo is estimated We knew when moons shall campaign and Whitelaw is a millionwas insured for $27,000 in a gallon measure about Tho steamer Manager J. J. Marshall, clerks. full the summer birds from far shall crass tho sea the Joulavillo Underwriters' Agency. and placing it in tho back part of the aire. President Harrison is a poor man, When autumn's hue shall tinge the golden grain, comparatively speaking, and when he Hut who shall teach us when;to leok lor theo? -- Amalgamated ; Association decided store, went to tho front and awaited a. c. sine j..v.menef;i 101 to l I to formally declare In perhaps half an hour, ruminates on bis personal contribution by n voto of Is it when Spring's first gale and then thiuks of lteid'a Cqmes lerth to whlirier where the vlelets lie the Homestead strike oil". Tho contest while ho and several other gentlemen of $10,000 must feel rather Is it when roses In our path grow paler lasted live months, coat the company, it were seated near tho stove talking a rat- skhillint trausactiou hu half tling was heard among tho glassware in bitter against bis late running male. They have one seaoa all are ours tsdiel Is estimated, $1,000,000, the strikers big misThou art where billows loam t tbfitsum in wagesand last, but far from tho corner whore tho whisky had been Tho republicans made a great P. Morton Thou art uhere music melts uKn the air; take when they dropped Levi deposited. Slipping back on he least, 35 deaths. Thouar round us In our to pick up Whitelaw Hcid. Paduoah And the world calls us lorth peaceful home, -J- ohn Yearly, of Katill county, was could at first see nothing except tho galt meet thee there. feeling good over tho democratic victory lon measure. Approaching still nearer, News. Thuu art where friend meets friend, Tho worst of it is that the advertising Heneatli ttie shadew of the elm, and rode up to tho bouse of William Mc- he was surprised to heo a huge Norway at rest; for rat with his head and two thirds of his eppken of was printing such speeches as Thau art where foe nuvutoe, and triumphs rend, intosh, a republican, and yelled Office of the party. The skies, and swards beat iloun the princely Cleveland. Ho then began to tantalize body in thu measure and drinking away that of Shorman and others stenographciest. Mcintosh, who in retaliation shot him for dear life. Wishing to secure wit- Ordinarily newspapers take Leaves havo their tune to full, nesses to his discovery ho motioned to ic reports of speeches worth printing and And flowers to wither at the north wind's breath tho hip. through Henry Villard, of Wall streot, ten- Col. Wilson Dunn and Dr. Win. P. Scott gladly publish thorn for nothing And stars to set, but alt CleveThou hast all seasons for thiue out), oh, Death' to come to him, and coming, they saw dered a banquet to President-elec- t iP:ikinL' oi odd election bets. One of (Krom the selections of the editor's dear, dead land, Thursday evening, which political tho sad spectacle first seen by him. For a good deal of signill-crinc- e. fully ten minutes the degraded creature the very prettiest girls in town how a wife, and.printed in laving memory of her.) gossips thluk had ho thinks of Somo prophets said that Mr. Vil drank and drank until his hide would man's mouth waters when Having bought out the remnant of the stock of John B. Fosrer, wagered a kiss to ba secretary ot tho interior. hold no more, and then so intoxicated tho girl and the bet I am now disposing of it at less than cost in the basemenfe of Severlard wants ' persons think that ho. aspires to had ho bocomuthat In trying to get bis against a dollar that Harrison would be Many ance's store, preparatory to body out of tho measure and back onto elected. Shu lost, but in tho five days When Baby was sick, wa pave her Cootoria, bo minister to Germany. result was announced the When ho was a Child, she cried .for Ca&toria. The Hutton family seems destined the lloor hu lost Ids balance and fell since tho headlong into the young man has not had the spunk to When she became Miss, she clung to CastorM. where he to be wiped out by the festlvo mule. O. would have died the death of tho un- attempt a collection of the stakes. He When she had Children, she gpvethem CastorU. &c., W. Hutton waa kicked Friday and will his dollar in the hands of a maid- dio. His brother, Abe, was killed by a happy Clarence hud not the gentlemen put up present como to his rescue. For some en of uncertain ago uui curium uomeu-nesIn the new storeroom of Mr. Withers, now nearing completion. I mule team running nway.Jln West a bright idea in her head With am agent for and have on hand the Oliver Chilled Plows, Studebaker a few days ago, and hiB father was timo after being taken out ho lay in n Two freight trains collided on tho Wagons and the Dicks Famous Feed Cutter. drunkeiatupor and it waa fully an hour tho young lady kissed the old maid and thrown from a mulo and killed, near before he opened his eyes and began to when the young man calls for his kiss he Belt LIuo railway at Chicago. Three It will be to your interest to give me a call. Hinton, W.Va.,just threo weeks ago. thostako-hold-or- . men nero killed and two were servudly and ho is driving look around. When he arose to his feet will be told to got It from TSL. Ono brother still lives if not fatally injured. he staggered shamefully, his inebriety Owensboro Messenger. a mulo team in Ohio, 7?i?ZZLniori7u ". .d-h- ed n, If ',, NO. 77 H"" BHW TWfcT "BST nKJA. a- il0-0ie- M OUR SPECIAL OFFER Men s H ats25chllKii)BootsIS I ..:.. f d co-re- Tho Groceries, Hun-day- Hardware. ZEnXjOTTIR, Bal-lo- 1,.35-pou- nd . OBELISK: post-mast- er buai-ih'i- h det-orvc- STEPHENS KNOX.. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, J ed antic!-patiou- Ist '. A. R. u, PENNY s A DRUGGIST AND JEWELER -- - Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. ToiletArticres 3Mr Glass, Books, & car-loa-d WATCHES, CI.OCKS JEWEIQRX car-load- s -- 1,500-poun- d ! l. FA1LLWX1OTMB (GrOOBS d hr bo-on- d THE WILLARD. Louisville. Ky. I wane-W- hen two-third- s & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors The of and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. t I tip-to- e STANFORD LUMBER YARD, TO THE PUBJUC Pull Stock of Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, , fire-wate- r, Opening Out a Yir-gtni- a, s. J. Van AjISDA3iS. s ci . I Semi- - Weekly drANFOUD.Kv., t InteriorJouknal November 22, 1892 W. P. WALTON. SIX boll, : PAGES. . I If J I K i B ; 1 It fc l ? I. V Now York banker, is dead. v It is still in doubt wjiethor Harri The son has carried Oregon or not. populists claim ono of her four electors. The House at Frankfort defeated Gardner's bill designating, the penitentiary as tho placo for executing criminals. ?m Telegraph wires in tho North wero J DuniN(. Cleveland's last administration frozen and St. Paul and Minneapolis had tho question of what to do with the large to be reached by telegraph via San Franand growing surplus disturbed the minds cisco. Hardin county is to vote on prohibioi me statesmen, out it will Uo.so no more. There were just one hundred tion again Dec. 10. It has been in efmillions ot it in the treasury when the fect there with fair results for several man of destiny turned over the affairs of years. government to the man' from Indiana, The official count of tho Ohio vote but it has long since vanished and now is still unannounced, but wo nro promis a deficit appears. An economically ed it Five counties are still ungovernment, such as is assur- reported. At Anderson, Ind , Wm. Woods The candidacy of Mrs. Mary E. Laase, ed by Cleveland's election, may restore the woman who accompanied Weaver both the deficit and tho surplus and put sent a bullet through James Costello's heart for insulting his sister, who was on his speech making tour of the South the country in proper shape again. with htm. and took a hind, or rattiand elsewhere The Georgia Legislature seems to be It transpires that tho recont Georgia er a tongue, in the speaking herself, is a eindidatefor U. S. "Senatresa" from in much haste to give State banks the Legislature was illegally calk'd together Kansas and the matter has assumed a right to issue currency as of yore. A bill and it is feared that grave complications H.riona realitv. She is fixing wires for has already been presented providing for may result. S. C. Uaynes, editor of tho The first 50 cent piece coined for the Monitor, is dead. the placo and her popularity, with the it to go into eflecl as soon as Cpngrees ! rank and file of tho party will givo her repeals the 10 per cent, tax on circulat- World's Fair was bought by a typo George Scott, of Pomery, Ohio, at least an equat'ebanco with other as- ing notes of State's banks. This is a dan- writer company seeking notoriety us an gored to death by an angry bull. gerous business to fool with and it is advertisement. pirants, and especially as there seems to Seventeen persons at Columbus, hoped that tho lawjuakers will go slow Of tho 1,500 papers started by the be no constitutionality question. With so about it. Our currency is good enough peoplo's partv advocates, S00 have gone O., nte putriiied corned beef and barel y an ex Confederate, an Indian and a epcapud death. cialist in her Congressional delegation, a and sufficient for all practical purpo- up the spout since tho election. Tho village of Wliito Plains, in Hopses. One democrat still holds a presiden woman would very naturkins countv. was destroyed by lire Sat Enterprise and Hale's Meat Cutters, Lard Cans, Hutchcr Knives and ally complete tho menagerie of the State's As might have been expected, the tial post ofiice in Kentucky, tho one at urday. Thelo'sand insurance are not political wonders. Homestead strike Iiob proven a signal Flemingsburg, but he'll go p. d. q. now. Carving Sets. Wc want Tho First National Bank, capital known. failure for the strikers. It coft nianv Moses Allen, confined in jail at CoTuu good old State of Georgia deserv- lives nud millions in salaries, a hundred 850,000, at Glasgow, has been authori7.d lumbus, O., prayed for an opotsuui dines both the cake and the whole bakery. men are to be tried for murder and trea- by the comptroller of tho currency to ner. A few days after a friend rent him official vote, just declared, gives son Her and tho rest are begging to bo given begin business. as he had Cleveland 129,530 votes, Harrison 4S.305, their places back. Workingmen will Mrs. Langtry will Bend to tho Chi- n fine, fat one cooked jnst And always pay the highest price. Give us a tall. wished it. Weaver, 42,020 and Bidwell 933, Cleve learn after awhile that some other plan cago Exposition a doll threo feet hiph, of internal rev The commissioner land's plurality is 81,001 and his majori- than strikes and force will have to be specially modelled to resemble her in enuo reports that tho total collections in ty over all 34,791. This is 20,052 more resorted to. face and figure. than in 1SSS, notwithstanding the peoThe village of Harrison, Ark., was Kentucky this yoar are $21,508,010.03. promised to play hades and ple's party Thk beginning of the split which is to swept by a cyclone Friday night. Six Tho Louisvillo district pays nearly half Sam Small and" Dr. Haw- burst up the people's party, occurod at persons were killed and many were se of this and our district $2,851,133.57. Sam Jones, A portion of Washington Park Ho thorne tried to turn the State over to Memphis last week. The people's par riously injured. the prohibitionists. What's the matter ty retains control of tho farmer's alli tel, Cincinnati, was blown down. A cou Michael Moon, of Columbus, O., was with Georgia? She's all RIG HT ! ance, but a number withdrew from the granted a divorce because His wife had pie of children were Bleeping in the organization and formed a new alliance, never given to any children. but wrecked portion aud wero in the midst Still maintaining that he is as mild a called a "cotton committee." It is pro- t13 H (JIUUK UUbirth i. of thd falling debris. Strange to say they .iiiUU1IH. mannered man as ever cut a throat or posed to form a gigantic combination to Louts E. McComas, weiu not hurt. scuttled a ship, the editor of this paper control the cotton business John L. Sullivan has been on anothof the South. of Maryland, has been'appointed associserves notice that he cannot stand every of the supreme court of the er drunk mid a writ was issued for him ate justice thing and go to mill too. The Courier-JournThe ilouHa committee on retrench- for assault and battery on a man named of Columbia. few days has .uient and reform of the Kentucky Leg District within the last Itissaid that the L. $? N. lias let Wallick, whom he pulled out of a cab spoken of him bb a crank aud tho Cov- islature decided unanimously to report express privileges to the United States in York, Pa His manager, however, ington Commonwealth as a cuss. As favorably the bill to deduct the ner diem its Express Co., to take effect Jan. The got him out of the scrape. Jack Chinn said bo says he: "Hunt your 0f members when they are not at their Adams has held it all along. A complete list of tho Congressmen you. Fin in this fight post of duty, but it is dollars to cents grave-yard- s, Tho Tennesaeo democrats did some elected week before last shows that the to win and win I will or die." Do you the body will not adopt it. Take his tall work when they elected "Old Pete" democrats have a stiength of 222. the catch on, you impudent sons of a sea per diem away and there would bo little Turney to tho governorship. He stands 0 republicans 125 and tho populists 7, a cook ? left of tho average legislator. feet 4 inches in his stockings. democratic majority of 90. Democratic a Hazelrigg's majority over Chief Jus- successes in Rhode Island will add two Early on the night of the election The attention of speculators is called dispatch was sent over the wires that to the fact that Jerusalem is on n big tice Holt is 917. At the expiration of more to ti.is majority. the republicans had carried New Jersey. boom since the railroid connecting it the latter's term the court will bo withThe Tammany democrats have al Everybody know it was a lie, but how with JafU has been completed. ready sent a representative to WashingOver out a republican representative. The admission of Utah, Arizona aud ton to make preliminary arrangements big a one was not officially known un- -' 300 houses, hotels, stores and residences, til Friday. Mr. Cleveland carried the have been erected and the scenes enact- New Mexico to the Union is now but a for the accommodation of 3,000 of their State, as he has always done, this time ed at Middlesboro a few years ago are question of a very short time. This will number, who expect to attend the secby 14,805. against 7,149 in 1SS8. Even hardly a patching to the boom that is on mean six more democratic Senators. ond inauguration of President CleveThe telegraph operators of the Q. & land. the unpopular democratic candidate for the holy city. Boots, Shoes, . Gloves, C. did not get the increase of wages they governor has G,09 A cyclone, of which wu got the tail JuucikJ. M. UntuaNk, of Pineville, asked, but succeeded in making the com end, almost obliterated the little town of Tom Pkttit, poor soul, is lurther out one of tho best democrats in tho moun- pany recognize the order of O. R. T. Rose Bud. III.,. Thursday morning, at You, in the cold than any one we know of. tains or anywhere else, is mentioned for Lieut. Gov. Sheehan, of New York, 3:30 o'clock. Fifty or mora houses were you, Ho deserted the democratic party at the collector in this district and his host of denies that Mr. Cleveland ever iibcd the destroyed and two persons, a motherand wrong time and now he'll have to be- friends hope that he will get it. There lauguage at the Victoria Hotel dinner son, were killed, with a largo number Inwail his luck in sackcloth and ashes. He is one thing sure if ho does, the office attributed to him by Mr. Shearman. jured. might have been clerk of next Congress. will be honestly and capably adminisVice President-elec- t Stevenson has Instead he will be nothing but a poor, o accepted an invitation t intend the Mil. Cleveland said, among other tered. renegade, with none so poor as to opening of the new commercial club things, at tho Villard banquet: The otlicial returns show that Tom Pet-t- it house at Atlanta on or about Dec. 20. do him reverence. "When I consider all that we have to was snowed under by Capt. Ellis for William Bowling, the man who kill- do as a party charged with the control of W It WKARK.V Juixik Lilly was defeated by Hon. D. Congress by 8.140 and lint the '.apt ain MKS. A. W.JAMhS ed Harvey Dent in Carrie Martin's hoiiBe the government, I feel that our camIt. Rednine, a democrat, at the recent got nearly as many votes and of ill fame iu Louisville, for her smiles, paign, instead of being concluded, is but I lee. ion, which is another of the many the republican got together. Physically wan acquitted in Louisville Saturday. just begun. What shall our performI accomplishments of that day. Judge goo a dwarf, Little Tommy could draw himAt Dallas, Texas, John Shea was ance be of the contract we have made Lilly's career on thu btncli h is not been self through'a gimlet hole now. shot to death by Walter Billups Dccause with our countrymen, and how well fret: from suspicion ami his retirement Our new line of-JuniiK W. M. Fislev, the capable and the latter had been a damaging witness shall wo justify tho trust they have imri will In accepted with jiy by all who clever managing editor of the Louisville against him in an assault and battery posed in us V If we see nothing in our absolute purity in thw judicia-y- . victory but a license to revel in partisan Post, is an applicant for Surveyor of the case. Thursday spoil, we shall fall at every attempt. If A heavy snowstorm Tub Now York Herald is authority for Port of LouiBville. If he makes as good the statement that Mr Carlisle will be a surveyor as ho does an editor, and we throughout Missouri and) portions of we murely profess to enter upon our Nebraska and work, and if we make no apparent en. Mr. Cleveland's Secretary of State. We h won't a doubt that he would, the office Kansas, Southeastern Southwestern Iowa will greatly benefit deavor to do it, but mako it a cover for object. Ttie Senator is needed where would bo mighty well filled. seeking partisan edvantngu. we shall inthe winter wheat. he is. He is a safe and conservative Coal Hods, Vases, Pokers, Shovels, Kitchen Sets, Zincs, Russia Our heart warms toward tho editors of During the trial of Miss Maude, the vite contempt and disgrace. If we atleader and that's the manner of man we IronjPipc, ect. want in the Senate, now, more than tho Whitley Advocate for an appreciated London belle charged with stealing sil- tempt to discharge our duty to the peo reference to one who in life was all the verware, an announcement that her pie without complete party nud patriotic ever. world to us, and in death her memory is mother had committed suicide put a stop action, we will demonstrate our incomThe fourth annual celebration of tho . uohiouii, iiiuib iu uo jin.ad man ru- to the proceedings. petency." Satellites of Mercury was even more bies. Benjamin J. Shields, who was in Stories of the settlement of election successful thau the others. The beauty Congress in the days of Clay and Cal The Somerset Reporter says Judge and chivalry of the State wero gathered and was minister to Venezuela wagers illustrate the extremities of fool houn, there and the scene was one beyond Siufley "departed" Capt. Herndon for under President James K. Polk, died at ery to which American citizens can go comparer Miss Mellie Ca'ler, of Louis- circuit judge. The captain has departed his home near Chilton, Texas. in the excitement of political dispute. .Dealers In. Mr. Fred DeFuniak his political life, suro enough, and our ville, was queen-anDuring the democratic ratification at Jumping into and swimming a cold rivtownsman did it with his little hatch king. Decatur, Ala., Miss Jones was struck by er fully dressed, swimming a long diset. in a public the premature explosion of n sky rocket. tance, turning a Six comets can now be seen by the aid The Richmond Register fs now print- It pierced the eye ball and penetrated place, walking backward a long distance of telescopes and the superstitious pre- ed from brand new over a public road, being pelted with bad AND. type and is ns great the brain, causing instant death. dict all kinds of evils for the future. Tho a beauty typographically George Jenkins, of Huntsville, this eggs, eating a rat aud other enforced acas its contents prospect of the republicans is not very are always bright and State, has been proven guilty of the se- complishments more or leas outrageous entortaining. encouraging, but comets can't prevent us duction of bis own daughter, now 21 or hideous, and all the supremacy of idSenator Kenna, ,of West Virginia, years of age. The fearful state of afiairs iocy, show that there is plenty busiuess democrats from enjoying the next four Qucensware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner who has been very ill, is better. years. in this country for tho has been goiug on since she was 12. Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. . Marion, Ohio, Robertson nutl reports from Wnyne, and them, shows Cleveland's plurality in Kentucky 42,002, or nenrlj 14,000 more than in 18SS nml about 10,000 more than in 1SS4. The total this year as computed is 342,811, divided as follows: Cleve land, 178,550; Harrison, 114,070; Weaver, 21,042; Bidwe", 5,752. The Louisville Times Buys it will thus be seen that the total vote Hits year is less than that cast four years ago, that there was n falling oil" in the Cleveland vote of 5,000, and in the Harrisonvoto of 1S.500. The new ballot accounts for the falling oir in the total vote, and the growth of the people's party explains the decrease in the democratic vote, but the loss of morn than 18,000 republican votes is one of those things that no fellow has yet found out, unless it be due to tho factional fight between the lenders of that party and tho preponderance of ignor.nice in its ranks, making its advocates exceptionally shy of the kangaroo method of voting. ecmt-ollici- With official returns from all the conn-tto- s of the Stato except Jeiiorson, Camp who has fijen trio as a farmer and not found wauling, ia man who is tall eiuugh to gather potatoes from the vines no matter how high they grow, or reach the persimmons though thev be over so deep in thejground.; We refer, of course to Farmnr Burnett Garvin I,ogan, of the Louisville STiines, whose appointment would not only gratify the farmors, but make themmore solidly for you thauv-er- . Yerbum Bat sap. 1 Mb. Cleveland, permit us tho use of Tub ropublicau National committee your auricular a few moments. Desir c!o3ed out $25,000 in debt and is mak ing tho complete;8ucccss of your admining strenuous appeals for the falthfitl to istration and wishing to render you all como up and help thorn out of the hole. the assistance we can to that end, wu It will bo in vain, however. Nobody have a suggestion to make. You will wants to put money in a sunken ship. soon be called on;to make a selection for the important office of Secretary of Ag-- r NEWSY NOTES. culture, along with other minor poai Legislator John II. Welch is an ap tions in your cabinet. Tho difficulty plicant for collector in this district. you will labor under to Ifind one who James Winn, of Madison, was fataleven in a measure can step worthily inly burned while firing anvils nt Rice's to tho shoes of that agriculturalist cf transcendent ability, our bjloved old Station. The quid mines are authority for the Uncle Jeremiah Husk, is fully apprecia statement that Chairman Hurrity is ted by your fellow citizens. Therefore, to help you out of a dilemma and serve booked for a cabinet placo. The date for the next Grand Army tho country we lovo so well since it went enaunpment to bo held iu Indianapolis democratic, wa present tho name of one -- Overcoats. Dry Goods, ""TH Notions. Cloaks, Comforts, X ehtsi EST" Flannels, is tho week beginning Sept 3. Mrs. August Belmont, the widow of well-kno- the lato August Belmont, the Blankets,. 3 Vests, Hose, Shoes, Clothing, Pants, t to-da- y. Skirts O 3 - -- 3 Hats & Caps Shawls, S3 L Underwear, rjFOR SALE OR EXCHANGE j Heating Stoves, Stove Pipe, Ziec, Coal Vases, Coal Hods, Shovels Tongs and Pokers. short-haire- d COUNTRY PRODUCE a EAS0NALE - al v 1 . dn Blankets, Comforts, Flannes Ya Canton Flannfels, Jeans, Underwear for All Ages, pligf-ality- Hosiery, Cloaks in all $radcsfor Ladies Misses and Children. will do yourself an injustice if fail to examine our stoch. dis-pis- ed siiiivmbanciij) & mm tT CALL AND S -- de-si- KEATING STOVE 89 W. H. WEAKEN & CO. i FARRIS & HARDIN hand-orga- HARDWARE STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, ittbmhimMmmmtiimmm fool-kille- r. ttL3 0 Stfj A Good Suggestion. Hunt Two rooms over So veiance (Ts the Eiliter Inlertor Jsurnal.) Son's store. Apply to Will N.Craig Lancastkii, Nov. 18. : notice in tho or Dr Steele IJailoy. Rklhit atid Ntiw York Counts oyeters ... iNTHiuoiiof that at a meeting of BrANFOIlD, Ky., Novkmiiku fot 1892 nntl venison at P. Hnmpton'n. Mr. W. F. Kamsky la preparing to tho Mexican Veterans of Kontuoky hold - FOR build two nice cottages on his brick kiln at Frankfort a few days Hince, thev deI ynu got your wntuli wot In tlio re- lot on Logan Avenue. cided to hold their next reunion at it.o.WAkTON, cent lire, tnko It to Danks for repairs. ManaRor and designated J. S.' Hoslcy and Thk Court of Appeals has roversed the Reuben illiams a committee to fix tho Juht opened an decant lino of Indies case of Watts vs. Wilson, nppealod from MEANS MUSINESS. time and make suitable arrannements for fur nmlTs and boiw Sewrftuoe & Sou. thu Lincoln circuit court. s! the meeting. I beg to suggest to the Enoravinq beautifully and artistically tlono at A. It Penny's. Horn, to tho wife of Mr. 'Am Duddo-rarWk nro n need of money and would committee the 23d of February next, the Boy your hooka and school supplier! of nt Howland, yestonlay, a seven' appreciate tho payment of accounts that birthday of the Father of his Country, all kinds from A. It. Penny, who sells pound girl, their second child. are duo and psst duo. Sino k Menefee. and the anniversary of tho battle of Hne-n- u tliom at mibliHUor'n prices. .9 Vista as a suitsble timo to hold tho IIavk your watch, clock and jowoiryi Xkw Haisins, Citron, Currants, CheewJ, Mr. Frank Cordirii is building a niro reunion and know that the good citizens s. All wont Crackera, ropairoa at A. It. l'cuny Pickles, dried and Conned residence and photograph gallery com- of Stanford will give a royal welcomo lo warranted, Fruits and Meat of all kinds for Thanks- bined at Howland. Ho is not building a the men who fought side by sido with Hknkmiiku thatull silverware, watcher. rinRS, Ac, bought at A. H. Penny's will giving trade, at A. A. Warren's. room to keep Capt. Daugherty and his gallant compa- Under the Coffey House The Jtec Hive where all the bargain seek. be enKruvud freu of charge. in ny on the sanguinary Held of Angostura ers congregate and arc made happy. A little money buys a great barber-shoOk course wo moant wo only wanted Stanford has had another W. J. Landram. Yours truly, deal and our bargains are not for a day or a week or a month, but for to make one cent on a bushel of coal and added to thu list. John Cook, formerly PERSONAL POINTS. every day in the year and every department. not "one otuit on n pound." ai tho types of this place, lato of Winchester, is They need nothing J. . XxviusliRsa position in the New made us say in tho Wt issue. Higgius proprietor of tho now shop. but the price and quality to make them go and1' that is why we are N'KVT ADVKRTWEMENW. Holler Mills now. . always busy. No need to go to Louisville or any of the "Hayseed" it Watts. .Miss Mattik Wiiitk Ih hack from a Marshal- John Nkwla.ni arrested Hill towns around you, but come to the New Cash Store and be made tl luiiKthy visit to Middlcsboro. The eiiuinours tell us that perfect Haughmau, colored, on a writ from Lanhappy. You can buy both mean and good goods from us and we Mn. S. P. Sai.tkii, of Lexiivton, spent will be maintained at their hop at caster, charging him with will always tell you what you are buying. We have just opened a Walton's Opera House to morrow night. and shipped him over by stage. Sunday with Mrs. M. P. Ktkin. Far the plnlef extraction of teeth nd other splendid stock of Fur Rugs and Muffs in addition to all the other good .. minor utgcrjr. I have tetted In virtue sufficientMiss Nklmk Dillon, of Lnti canter, is No ono not of known respectability nnd K. C. MORGAN, 1 U b. things in Cloaks, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Dress Goods and evJuikiis Sautlky, who has just return- ly to know good standing will be admitted. thu guest ot Miss Annie Straub. us ery conceivable thing kept in a dry goods store. Spend your money, ed from tho Wayne circuit court, tells Mn. IIahiiy "IJon" IIocker, of this : : SALS I NKRnovery cent duo mo now to buy that threo men were sont to tho peni: i with us this week nnd we will save you enough to buy two Thanksgivplace, is very sick. Danville Advocate. my htock of goods, which I shall shortly tentiary for thort terms for burglary. ing gobblers. Kkv. V. K. Km.ih has rented one uf open in tho now store. This is intended Pimuant to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Mr. Harvey Helm's pretty cottoges, just Nkw stock of raisins, currants, citron, Court, nmJered at Iti October term, 1897. in the for every one indebted to me. So please of completed. flue, prcservcB, jollies, upplo butter, notion on William I", Tato against John llrlglit, ,Vc. call and sottie. W. H. Mclljbsrls will I G, Kdkli.v, the Huell hoot and Mn. mince mat, mixed and cucumber pickle, shoe man, was here with a big lot of nam MONDAY, DEC. I2TH, 1892, A iiARRKLof snlt was stolen from tho cocoanuts, nuts, cakes and fruits. Mcpics Saturday. in Stanlord, at the front door of tho pavement on Somerset street, tho . prop- Kinuey Hros. Ky , olftr at public auction to the higheit bidder, Cait. T. A. Klkin will leave in it few erty of Farris it Hardin. This might the tract of land known at the Is now ready for everybody with a full line of Let's everybody give thanks this time, days with noiuu Hue horse btook to ills act as a pointer for our merchants to stop Hro. Sam Shanks leads in prayer poso of in Texas, monopolizing thu pavements with their while and Hro. Jim H.iiley lines oil that good Situated about i mile north of Stanford, in LinMiis. M. II. Dickinson, of Glasgow, is wares. old hymn, "Praise God from whom all coln County, Ky , fronting on the turnpike road hnr danghter, .Mrs. W. K. Kill, at with loading from Suntord to Danville and bounded on Ladies' and Misses Cloaks, "HnoTiiuit Grkkn," pastor ol the col- blessings flow." the South bj thrlandi of Jaim- Glvem, East by the ColFoy House. tho laudiof Horace Wltheit, North by the land here, Iwptized Ma. J. Ii. Klkin has moveil his family ored Methodist chu.-c01 jonn lullounnd wetl Thk firemen aro so proud of their of Joteph Joeph llallou amiby tne lanai M Keld, James Glvcns to I.:uirast(!r, where ho will no into the .' yoiinu people in Iog:in's Creek, at to achievement at tho Menefeo fire that The sale wilf be made tor satisfy a judgment in Sunday afternoon in tho pros Howland, J,o).jand Ji&s con grocery busings, favor el plaiutitf, Tato. they aro going to get positions on the TKK.MS A credit ol six and twelve months tn Shoes of all kinds. Full stock of Boots for Men, Boys and Chil Mil. P. W. Oaktkk went to mm Mr. unco of a lurije crowd composed of both equal installments, on londs with good .security, walls tn day as they had them Inst bearing Interest from ilav of sate and having the drcn. Call and examine our goods and get prices. Lewis Diuiderar yesterday and reports white and hlttcic. . Thursday, and have their "picturs farce ami effect of judgment-- I) M. DAVISON, him gradually sinking. Highest market prices paid for Lggs, Butter, Gensang and Dried SkVKU.w. annoying mistakes in tho took." Matter ( ommiMioner, LCI' ;;td Mn. J. T. 1'almkh, reprewntini: the make-uFruit. of our Uitl paper Miisel us to Kentucky Seed Warchouso Co., of Ixu- Thu heartfelt Card oj Thanks. shoot and kill the foreman. We dislike W. JE. isville, was hero several dys. thanks of myself and family are due and to have to do such things, but we do not Miii. V. M. liiiioiiT and young Tom hesitate to resort to heroic remedies nro hereby tendered to thu fire company LINCOLN LIKcUIT COURT. I'lielps went up to Richmond Saturday and others who did so much to save our J M. Philip, Ac, I'lalutlfT. vi. Farmer Hank A. when the ease demands it. 1 rust Lo deft. Notice of sale the family of old Tom Phelps. property. May tho Ixml rewaril thorn. tanners Ilauk A Trust Co , of Stanford, Plaintiff t Gkokuic I.kwis, of Boyle, and Thk ladies of tho Presbyterian church J, N. Menefee. vs. Simeon R Cook Ac, Defendant "C & On Cns Pelilion. Mattie ltosley, of this county, spent a will give a supper on tho night of the Ily virtu of a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit 1 tSET'HV' H8S.! 3tf yp3$k Tub members of P. Leod's division of Court rendered in the above stvled actions at the few days with Miss Annie McKinuey. Knglneors' Hall, in ono of the undersigned Special Coo tho Hrotherhood of Locomotive Engin- October ten.., Mas. A. V. Sizhmohk went to LouisDr. Owsloy's new storo rooms, which of said court will on eers are making big preparations for the inissioner ville yesterday to tako thu 'our children will bo iu shape by that time. Tho ball NOV. 25, 1S92, iifthelatu Mr. McMahau, of ItowUnd, folks will patronixo them and everybody ball at Walton's Opnra House night. The floral decorations were pur- On the premises and at th residence of J Mat to tho Uaptffct Orphans' Homo. else ought to help a good causo. chased in Louisvillo and the hnuso will Philip. Inn Lincoln ccvuty, Kyat between the , Mr. and Mils. Sam M. Owrns celebrat hours el 9 in. and 4 p. .. offer public auction Mas. Sai.i.ik 0. Crakt is ono of tho ap- be a thing of beauty and happiness. to the highest and tie l bidder the foilowm,; deed the ninth anniversary of thoir scribed real estate Mtuatcd In std county 1st A 9 and by Betting a spkindid dinner which plicants for the London Thk at Crab Orchard wss tract of land confuting ol a number of friends enjoyed with thoin wo trust that she will got it. Tho widow entered by knocking out a Iurgo window 150 Acres or Call and secure Bargains. of ono of thu truest men and bent of demhunday. pane, Saturday night, but IUhuz the Mm tract upon which J. M. Philips ocrats, and being fully competent to till More-lanMnwns. P. V. Giiken, William POST-OFFICE- ! lt John Kdmiston is unable to find any now resides On this tract there is a larje, . a S. P. Stagi?, Dr. Cox and othots tho olllee, which sho needs to support thing missing. The scamps, perhaps, those improvements usuallycommodiousa barn and seen on for a big hunt in. her children, sho ought to bit accorded a thought that they were discovered and farm. d. A tract contiguous to the aforesaid will leave tract containing Adair and adjoining counties. e. left in Miis. Laura Montoomkhy is tho guast LAND, ACRES Another chango in tho schedule on Sundw night, just after supper, tho 164 ol her brothor, .Mr. Sara M. Owens .She this division of tho L. & N. went into efI'rora this tract there is tweepted thereabout. iHanapplicuut for the MeKinnoy pwl fect Sunday. No. M now paws north tho smell of burning cloth filled tho Cof- Or about aire, comejed by J. M. Phi lips to fey House. Investigation was at once .school Dlitrict 19, March at, 1S91. numbers of tho patron ollicu and lar will be at !. m. and No.tKi.theBOtithbound, made when it was found that a tpark 3d. At sameof tim and place therectHUwtlngalforcda of personal prcpertp, for silea lot have endorsed her for It, 1.33 p.m. The night train south, No. hi had bet liro to Mrs. Emily Jones' bed few horses, cows hogs and one W. A. Wood Mira Mary Hkli.k Knolkman, daughreaper 'Si, passes at 1:50 r. m. and No. 3(1, ter of Cashier J. H, Kngleman, of tho north, at 8:10 a. m. Tho local freights and burned through thu covering into The Mid Hide- will, purMMHt tho feather tick. A bucket of wator went, undersiftned at pu(li auction to the high tanners Iltnk, Diiiville, was one, of tho paxs at 7:35 a. m. and 1:45 r M. to offer fur M'e dexterously handled, by Mr. H. II. est and best oldder in the town of Laucastcr, Kj ., maids of honor at thu Satellites' Pall and door on anil before the Danks put it out before tho fire alarm ono of the very preltient of tho mini G. H. Cooi'Kti. county clerk, tells us could be sounded. MONDAY, NOVEMBER, 28TH, her. thai tho ballot books for thu 12 products Mrs. Joski'iiiNK Cum), of Williams1S9J, the following described real estate, situated in Lincoln cost $H1. Thoy were furShot. Saturday, whilo Claudius Mont- in Lancaster. Oarranl count), Ky. it- 'Ihe burg, in visiting her danghtor, Mrs. John LOT, UHUGSrORKHUlLDINO nished by Htadley A Gilbert when this gomery, son of thu preacher, and three occupied by R r'. McKoberts ANU situateduow 011 and Hell Gibson. In this connection we are office would havu been glad to havo of Capt. II. F. Powell's boys woro out corner of Public Square ind Richmond Street, Mr. Gibson will still reaud glad to note that back to N A Thompson' lot done tho work for $60. Our people hunting, a rabbit jumped up and James extending about 14 feet on Public iiuir d The fronting main in Stanford, having declined the vacaut LOT AllOl'Tas teet front on hicli was seem to he bIow to learn that the Inte- Powell fired an old horse pistol at it as formerly n o cnpied by Logan V Owensborocall. tn Iliewer, situated on east rior Journal does as v'ood printing as it ran off. Just then tho Montgomery Lancaster, Ky., bounded side of Public Square and N by Mr. J. P. SANi)ir:n, of Middlcsboro, any olllco and at lower prices than any boy got in range and caught the shot iu lot abate described, heretofore indruc store of occupation who rame down to see his father estate McRoberts, S. by lot II of them. his left shoulder; aud they passed into of K V Philips, dee'd. a3rd belonging to lot on he vacant L Mr. W. II. Smith, tells us that his doaUi h's lung, producing a wound that, it is 1. side of Public Square in Lancaster Ky , formU a question of a very short time. His For 17coiiM'CutiveThaukBgiving days feared, will prove fatal. Young Powell erly occupied by E. V Lilian!, hounded S. by ot. ficc building of National Hank of Lancaster, X eye was taken out and now wo havo had to work harder than on incer-eatei is greatly distressed over tho accident, by lot belonging to estate of L. V. Philips, di- ctated tho disease has attacked the other and is any day of the week they came In, beWK ARE TKRMS: The personalty will be.sold on cred but no one blames him for it. fust nearing tho brain. it of j months, oil notes bearing 6 per cent, intercause they are always fixed for ThursTho real After moving several loads of his day, ono of our busiest days. Hut this A hf.av snow storm, which lasted est and agood security. larninths inctate will be equal Install sold on credit of 6 and Haughmau house, on time, in view of tho recent democratic about an hour, covered tho face of cre- ments, the purchiser being required to give bond furniture to tho good security, payable to commissioner, beartho Somerset pike, Sheriff J. N Monefeo cyclone, wo havo decided to take one ation hereabouts Saturday, but its stay withinterest from date, having effect of a ing and also secured by lien on the land decided that it was best, as hisNchildreu day off and celebrate tho victory in wasofBhort duration. Tho sun came M C SAl r'LKYs Special Commissioner 7J tuo goinK to Hchoo', to remain in town, thanksgiving and prayer. In view of out soon and "like the suowilakeaon the 's so ho moved into one of Mrs. N. A. this wo ask our correspondents to send river, a moment seen then gone forevI f Lower Main. houses on in their favors not later than Wednes- er," were those of that day. Sunday was says that Capt day, ns wo Bhall issue tlto paper for Fri- as lovely a day as ever eamo in Novem. Thk Courier-Journwill se pjtii 1) on J. C. Hryant, of Lexington, formerly of day on that evennik.. her. It was raining yesterday morning, 9 Lincoln, is on of tho most formidable but the clouds were soon dispelled and TUESDAY, NOV. 22, Thh (lro laddies had another opportu- about that time this dispatch came: Four and applicants for tho United Suites miles from Sunlord on Stanin Lincoln county Preuchersvllle that his opponents will have to nity to bIiow their alacrity; Saturday "Cold wave uuo Tueslay morninpi fordfollowing property,turnpike,Six or 7 miK cows, tho While changing tho alarm go against. He is a "rustling" politician morning. BAUGHZflAX, St Holfors hell at tho water works the wires got besides being a popular man of I am receding one of the most elegant lines of FIRE AND STORM crossed and a terrific alarm wiu sounded Five brood mares, all bred to Jacks, joil. miles, M1LL1.1NERY ever handled in Sunford, selectiiug presence. ' If it come many u a work horses, ed with an especial siew to the w.inUof this Thk candy pulling at Mifeses Nannie in Secretary A. It Penny's oll'ico. Ho Hoist the signal. trade. note on 21 Yearling Mules, Mares but 2, rienced Miss NorjIsWelch, of Cincinnati, an eipe.I in turn gave the alarm and "in double- - porker will squeal its faro-e- ll with me thin season and trimmer, and Kittle Haughman's was exaggerated. Representing guarantee everything to bo in the latest and most dders, hose, earth. who quick timo the hooks and Tho two or thrco young ladies About ! good ewr, all been bred, alo 3 South- approved fashion The ladles are invited to call 1 will take pleashojts and about to boats. House6 and cainine my goods, v.hlch Hpent the night with them amused them- kc, were being taken thither by willing Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., A white girl,; who refused to give down bucks, fat furniture. I Ross cutter, No. 11, ure ill hold and kitchen snowing. MISS LICCIK HHAZLKY. jjobushe of heal, about 40 acres 63 Manchester, of Manchester, Eng1. selves a part of tho time in that way, hands. Thoy got nearly there before tho her name, uloped from Rising Sun, Intl., lt corn In the shock, 2 larm wagons, a nice Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, only that and nothing more. Miss Nan- mistake was discovered and thu boys re with J. T. ABherton, a colored man, and ol good mower and all other tools turned crcat fallen and broken-winde- d. used on a farm Ins. Co. of North America, " nie desires this correction ns sho does n't was made his wife. over Trhus Sums ot $10 and iiudei, cash,liond that On Friday afternoon Mr. Hoy Howo : : with interast, want her best friends to feel sligh ted, William Maier waa hung for wifo amount 6 month's credit, with W M. LACKEY, Companies. I would All of which are good socurlty requited gave thorn a lesson in handling the hooks he pleased to wait on my friends in this line. Pol. Stanlord, Ky. Thk Corbiu Kutorpriac speaks thus ol and ladders and thoy showed much murder at Wheeling. Tho ropu slipped Vill insure againut tornaicies promptly issued. As executors of thh will of J, L. Dawson deed, and hid toes touching tho ground, the A O. Tnlbott, Auctioneer does, wind storms and liithtning Lightning ono of Stanford's worthy citizens: "Conwo uill sell on the premises on agility in gettiug to the top of the Cofley eheriU'and otherd had to hold it up till without additional charge. ductor J. IL Douglas has charge of both YOU ARE (JOING ...IK Hoiue aud opposite buildings. 26, Office at First National Itank. Stanford. be- lifo was extinct. passenger and accommodation trains or One of the happiest men in the tween this point and Jellico and tho 1S91, at 10 a. m. prompt, the following property: In this section thu terms of postmas .. THK . . . Yearling lac t, traveling public and business men along tors appointed by the president eud as country is Hedliold Proctor, of Vermont. Work Horse, llrood Mard, tho Hue are very lucky in having him in follows, unless they aro ordered down He has been elected to sit in tho. United Of,all kinds, 3 Cows and l.il ves, you charge. Mr. Douglas is a genial, clever fel- and out sooner: Stanfoid, pay fl.IIOO, States Senate until 1809. Vermont, 4 Yearling stetrx, Mad and Set Up in All Parts of g fat Hogs, low and attonds strictly to business." Jan. ::o, "Jl; Williamsburg, $1,000, Mar. Know, 18 llKeiv 10 go ticmucruuu next the Country. ic sheep, year. a horsa Wjgon, .11, 'HI; Somerset $1,500, Jan. 34, '94; No Agenta employed. t Surrer and Hainris, CITY AND VICINITY. The birth of an Infant to Mattie Richmond $1,800, Jan. 25, '00, Piuevillo Lot of Stock rudder, W. ADAMS & SON, Stack of Hay, Johnson in a Cincinnati hospital develLouisville 4, Nashvilic R. R. for all at Danks, tho Jew $1,300, Oct. 1, '04; Nicholasville $1,400, corn at the heap shucked, Xc. No. 4a llroadway, Lexington, Ky. Presents About too barrels of ... Terms made know u on day ol ale. Feb. 33, '94; Middlesboro $1,JKX), Feb. 4, oped the fact that she has three perfectdors. "'. '' .".VJi I Kxecutors ly formed breasts, fiotn each of which It the line far you, as its '00; Lebanon $1,700, Mar. 34, '01; llKKiil , J 75 purchases, Hows with equal freeness. It is one $1,100, April 33, '94; Lancas- milk Our cloak Btock, by recent . is still complete. Severance A Son. ter, $1,200, Feb. 24, '94; Harrodaburg, of the rarest cases iu medical science. SHOP. Make close connections at 0ALK IN At Chicago Herman Siegler, a Ger- LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI $1,700, Mar. 30, '91, and Danvillo, $1,900. Foil Hknt. A cottage on Mill street. Feb. 1), '91. Shop on liuUher I have just opeued j It will therefore bo seen man, shot and killed hia wife's parents, For all points. Lancaster struet, where willkwpat all limes Apply to Will Matheny, or at this that the boys and gals will have to wounded his wife and a policeman and TIIROUCtHriCKETS SOLD. THROUGH And Country Produce, lfAGGAGE CHECKED : IMTIE.A.TS Has opened his stock of goods and is ready to serve : smack their lips for pio a long timo be- was in turn Bhot by au oilfcer before ho For any information tjiqulre of the peoplo of Stanford aud vulnity He Is offer n tierbtaincd, which I wil! sell at the that JOES KICl'.Agent, fl of llatgalns and all wlv want Wanted. 200 pounds of butfer at fore they get It, should tho republican was arrested. JLIe was only saved from Or pn e I hae a tine, new, large refrigerator ing unheard lowest possible puces shoUl lord, Ky. bun hurrying him goods At the and nuau v. til always be Kept frsh and nice V, YV, PENN, Trav Pais Agent, once. Will pay 30 cents per pound. incumbents of these otiices bo allowed being lynched by ollicers him on login Avenue, near Lancaster Flo J I LI AN EST 8 i mo Juncucn C ty, Ky away. to fill out their terms. McKlnney BroB. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Shock Kodukii twinu. MoKtnnoy,! Foil Uros. & EVERYBODY to-d- ay THANKFUL bus. ... StaL-for- d, , The Great Remedy Fop Slim Poeket-book- V post-onle- k To I!u Litllo Hole In Mai p - or-d- tr wife-beatin- IDEIETTO. CGlISSn g .. ... J. S. HUGHES. 1 , court-hom- o m Wo E)o PERKINS Boys and Children, Old Bright Homestead, - V Staple Dry Goods and Dress Goods, Clothing for MeD, h iA f p Commissioner's , Sa'e. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. r i J t I to-vis- Miri-iw- ii, f&Me WlJHrfiOBBRTX, ow FRIDAY, , mar-naK- e post-oillc- e post-olli- co DKuacisT, Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. BHAB, OF ROOM. I , VI l Thereabouts, well-ke- pt Post-mast- er well-bui- dwelling-hous- valk-ove- r. doublc-)uick'tim- OF one-ha-lf 12-1- UELL ; 1 comt-huu- x - JDUUlOsXoIlUJjij : store-hou- In-la- 1 THE BEST : MADE n .1 itidg-mr- STILL SOLE AGENTS. M'ROBERTS & Ty-ree- FTTBXilC S ALS 1 1 al '9a, HIGGINS. mar-Bhalsh- ip one-ha- 'f A-- to-- it coin-ma- n P 20 YoarlineStcors TO THE LADIES. J. H. INSURANCE AGENT horse-powe- r, Har-ni- Sale of Personalty. a first-clas- s claus-esVtach- ed NORTH WEST, Saturday, November 1 I 1 MONUMENTS 1 I I I 1 io-- Law-reucebu- 1 Double Daily Trains NEW BUTCHER first-clas- C. FOWEJM&, . s of-llc- c. 1 General -:- Merchandise, , THE BEST mar-k- et -- flidLnirAd honest Swc'Jo tells hit story In plain but unmistakable language for the benefit of ths public. 'One of my children look a severn cold and trot the croup. I gave her a teaspoonful of Chaabcr-lain'- s Cough Remedy and in five minutes later I save her onr more lly this time she ha.ltotough up tho gathering tn her throat. 1 hen she wens to sleep and slept good for filteen minutet Then sne got up ami vomited, then the went back to bed anu siept goou tor the remainder ol the night She got the croup thetecomi night and I gave her the sameremedy with tho same, good results I write this because I thought there might be tome one in the same need and not know the truo merits of this wonderful medicine" Charles A. Ihonipseen, Dcs Moines, Iowa ; and 50 cent bottles for tale liy Dr. M I., llourne, and Optician, Stanford, Ky GOOD THINGS TO EAT. ColiSlaw. Cut raw cabbago fine with a sharp knifo and keep In ico box awhile so it will bo brittle. Servo imblished Every Tuoeday and Friday a littlo sugar nnd vinegar. N. Y.with ObAT server. IMCIt YffiARIX ADVANCK. $S Pop Ovens. Two eggs, ono cup ihilk, W not s paid 88.60 will li t harped ono cup Hour, ono teaspoonful suit, Heat the eggs very little just sufficient to mix, then mill milk and salt, then the Hour. Mix until smooth nnd put into the hot greased iron pans. Bake In a quick oven twenty minutes. Detroit Free Press. ROYAL HUM J Fricassem or Potatoks. Cut cold boiled potatoes into small squares, nnd put thorn In a basin with milk, pepper and salt, allowing half a pint of milk to a dozen potatoes. Set the basin Into another of hot water, and when it comes to a boil add n tablaspoonful of butter anil set on the htove nnd lot it boil up once, then serve. Boston Herald. KoastIHck Wild ducks should be served rare. Among somo fnshlonnble people tho tlmo given for roasting them Is ten minutes, but this is not enough to heat them through. Twenty minutes is about tho right time. Tho Pure? oven should bo extremely hot when the H ghest ol ducks are put in. A Cream of Tarter Hiking Powder Hither n brown olivo In leavening strength Idlest United State sauce or currant sauce is suitable for Government Food lleport. roast ducks, but it seems a pity to lose ROYAL MAKING POWDERCO, orlc. the delicious flavor of a good bird by 106. Wall street, New tho addition of any kind of sauce. Good Housekeeping. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Semi-W eekly Interior Journal A. S. PRICE. Office over Severance & Son's Store, Main For Twenty In the ' SUROEOy DENTIST. street, Stanford. Sl Jttiialdliij 11 T FARM FOR SALE. JLots ny Harm ol to Afcrrtonthe Danville aaSmnferil pike. Ihres milts Irotn Stan ford. It is well lmptnd, with dwelling of five rooms, new barn and all necessary outbuildings; also hat fine spring. Call on me ou the premises . nraddresssme at Stanford, Kv I will sell privately limits of Rowland I. DA RST. .Rowland STRAY NOTICE. Taken up as stray, about a week ago, one white and,back spotted hog, split in left ear and crop olf right; weighs about ajo pounds Owner cau get it by proving proper!) and paving charge. SAMUEL HOLM AN, Crab Orchard Ky, Furm .For Sale. I will sell nrlvatelr mv Farm of ji Attn 1 mlln iruim.ranuiciurii, on ine "lanioni pi to it is good land and well Imprntcd with good dwelling, barn, Vineyard, water Ac (all on me on the rs J.UOENKKEI.LKV. THE London, pftp'd 77 RILEY V. B. niLBY, HOUSE ot f Doslred Information. Wo desiro to imprest upon the minds of the pub lie the superiority of the service offered by the Wisconsin Central Lines betw. en Chicago ami Milwaukee and St l'aul. Minneapolis, Dululh and all points In the Norlhw est Two (att trains leave Chicago daily for St Caul, Minneapolis and Du- luth with Pullman Vpstlbuled Drawing Room Sleepersaml Coaches of latest design lis Dining Car service Is unsurpassed. It is the only toute to the Pacific Coast over which both Pullman and Pullman Tourist Cars are operated Iram Chicago via st Paul without change. Pamphelts giving valuable information can be obtained free upon application to jour nearest ticket ageat, or to Jas C Pond, General Patten ger and Ticket Agent, Chicago, III first-cla- premises or nddicss me at Crab Orchard 65tl JOHN DK NAUDI Proprlotor, Bargain in'J-incol- n CountyJFarm Go to Earp's Art Gallery And will :ive)ou good satisfaction A J KARI fianford If told before the tttof January 151 Acres, rich, Te have jour phctoiraphs taketi. Ha .keep, up productite and well located Apply to V K. with all the 7 VARNON.Steufotd. Ky. than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience uV ured. Give me a call. FRANK RII.KY. I have moved - - - Kontucky. to my nw Hotel and am better Latest Improvements, 9-- &AW POWDER Absolutely FOB, K2S1TT. A : Notice to tho Traveling Public. I y have had r SPLENm f: .FARM, THE SIIEL.TON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of thobest saIn the State, open day and night a night lons meets all trains. In connection with House have also one of the let Miueial wells in lh btato r, call on Mr and Mrs Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd In gram Erin, lenn.A A.Warren, 1J K Irfiftna I" II II... ma - ... W '. Stanford, Dr t'lMuiii 4ir, vriu Airt 1. v :i " jiamiuon, Kowiaml, Mr aud Mrs K. U. Johnson. S?.W r1'1" Cox CUcensburu Rates per day J Petrey, cletk Give me a call it I W CARRIER, Prop V'X Train naves Howiand at 7 00 a. m., returning ELECTRICAL DEVICES. J V : y f W Tmr.Tr years ago there was a great outcry against the lighting of St, ..! 47Pm Mail train going North ............... ..1 30pm Stephen's cathedral at Vienna by gas. " Soutb not am The archbishop has now Introduced elecBtpress train" South ......... ........ 1 17 in tricity. North 7 4$m Local Freight North A suBMAiusi: electrical lamp has -- .....M5Pta South.. ueen tested in Toulon at a depth of The latter trains alto cairy patsengers. The above iscalculated on standard time. Solar thirty feet. It illuminated a radius of iue it about ao minutes fatter one hundred feet. Fish surrounded it liko insects about a lamp. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. A German doctor of reputation preTrain pass Junction City as lollows scribes aluminium ns a cure for Special U55m . a O AC d A linger ring made of this Mall 11.53 P m ' New Orleans Limited 3 Mop m.; Special 8 Jijm o . " i .I1,ue metal, joined with another, generates a Northbound O A C. Special 3 Grass SdccuId 00 a m ; Cincinnati Limited 3 ao gentle current of olectricitv. which is p- m.; Fait Mail 11 S3 p. m. said to make a. permanent cure. According to statistics compiled by NOTICE, This Is to notif the public that I tho International telegraph bureau of will prosecute any person that hire, employs or Berne, tliero wero dispatched in Europe, harbors G. A Hays in any mannor. J (.iinjs. during the year 1801, 207,595,000 telegrams; in tho remaining portion of the DR W. B. PENNY vorlU, 6S.422.000, a total of 200,017,000 It Is said that the telephouo demonDentist. strated Its usefulness In a new and very satisfactory manner during the reOffice South side Main meet, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. t cent strike at Buffulo, by being used to gather soldiers from all over the state. South-boun- 5'L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Known as the J D Carpenter plare, situated Y. miles from Huttonvllle. on the .Middleburg pike Tho place is well improved md In a healthful locality, lor particulars, address Now Try Thla MRS. W I IIKDDRNS It will cost you nothing and will surely do you .itneot iom Olive Street, Kansas City, Mo. good if you bat e a cough, cold or any trouble with throat, chett or lunss Dr Kine't New DlKor. cry for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to give rebel or money will bo paid back. Suflercrs from La Grippe found it just the thing tt and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovDealer Inery Try a sample bottle at our expense and learn for yourself just how good a thing It is 'triand Domestic al bottles free at A R. Penny's drug store. Large stic jo cents and $1. Confectioneries, Ac Has with him a first clatt baker and can lurnith Spoclmen Casoa. read, Caket and the like on short notice. S; S II Clifford, New Cassell, Wis , wat troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism, lilt stomach was disordered, his liver was affected to an alarming degree, appetite fell away and he wastcrribl) reduced in flesh and strength. Three buttles of Electric Bitters cured him Kdwird Shepherd, Harritburg. Ill , had a runComfortable Residence, ning tore on his leg ol eight )eir standing I'tod three bottles of Electric lltiters and seven botes On Danville street Goed garden, cow pasture, of llucklen's Arnica Salve and his leg is sound and well John Speaker, Catawba. Ohio, had jard, water, Ac Apply to UK HUGH REID, five large fever sores on bis leg, doctors said hn 7 or'MKS 1IEITIE I AIIi'RD was incurable One bottle Electric Illtertand y one Hucklen'a Arnica Sahe cured him entire-Sold at A. R Penny's drugstore. 187s Jesse D. Wearen Keeps constantly on hand a full line of 0a TVTi"Tmtrrfn,trr JU.Ui'MAyj.mrM3n - Foreign Fruits, STAPLE & FANCY '",?' "tM. . GROCERIES And fine table delicacies Special attention given to the best brands of Canned and Uottled goods, also hvaporatcd rruits. I carry the finest line of Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Candies, Nuts, &c I buy only from the most reliable packers and can assure you of the best. Favor me with your order and it will receive prompt attention. Terms, 30 days. Goods Promptly Delivered. XC3S FOB, KENT. AGood, I Will deliver f em svnrw mf.rnist .s .ll.. 1.. MftlllorU anU vicinity t 50 icuii iwr io-- i uunu. i in o cents, and under to pounds at the rate ofrated ys eents t"" V.,C.U!. " Iho John Trennt-- r Ircwmg Celebratesl I X. L. for ,which lantaseni. Will r.tni.t. ke- - 3,1$p B3SEH. ., ; Write for prices. ...,. lllf K IIKF.MKK. Stanford, Ky A U John It Cattleman I.anham b-- rheu-matisi- n. Hlue-Gra- - Manvold soldiers who contracted chronic ditr-rhtwhile in the service have since been per ma nently cured of It by Chamberlain's Cbobc, Chnl era and Dlsnrhxa Remedy lor sale by Dr M Immense stock of 1'mlt nnd Ornamental L lkwrne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky small I raits. Shrubs, Vines and Plants 1 rees, Prices low. We have no agents ahd our profits ceate w here theirs begin General aud Strawberry Ducklln'eArnlca Salvo. on application to The bet salve in the world tor cuts, bruises II. I' HILLENMEVER, 7' sores, ulcers, stlt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap I.ciingttm, K ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions and positively cures piles, cr uo pay reuir ed. It is guaranteed to givv perfect saUtfactloc, Price aj cents per bos or money refunded For sale by A R Penny, Stan lord, Ky. rt Cat-alotj- tt Orchard, Lawn, Garden. ROYAL fnsuraf.ee Company, OF LIVERPOOL. MANAORUS, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. CapitalStock-Surplu- s S200.000 BAUBEE&CASTLEMAN - DISSOLUTION NOTICE. 20,000 For lame back there is nothing belter than tn saturate a flannel cloth with Chamberlain's Pain Hatingdtttottrd partnership we ate very de Halm and bind it on the affected tiarts Try it tiruus of tettllng our old biisluest, and alt custom-e- rt and you will be surprised ait tbn prompt relief it indebted to II. K AW. II. Wearen will find The same treatmen will cure theunu-tltnffurds their acceunts with W II. Wearen A Co., at For sale by Dr. M L. llourne, Druggist and same place of business. Please call and settle. the Opticisn.btanford, Ky. II. K & W. . WEVRKN. 7i Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co Companies everywhere wero summoned time. For Sale Privately. On Danville pike I Miners and shippers of the GENUINE "Yes, Bir." Customer "I came in to57'r Two Unusually Good Offers. day to see if it was ready yet." HarRE A l CHRISTMAS per's Bazar. BQWELL, He Is is Style. Mrs. Hunting (readHoliday Number enlarged STANFORD, KY., ing from a fashion paper) "There is no scbFirst 1 he great brightest of quarterly public to pages ol mat House, Sign, Decorative Painter change in pocketbooks this season. " nous, "TALES FROM TOWN TOPICS," Hunting "There hasn't been any in and Paper Hanger. mine since I married you." Detroit Out December ist, all'news and book staucVand Estimates furnished Country work solicited Free Press. railway trains, price jo cents, will be sent "Can you make me a nice custard?" J H.YEAGER said the traveler to the waiter. " 'Deed, I. M. BRUCL loall who send Si fur three months' trial subscripsuh, I kain't. Dah's bin so. much p'liti-ction to & YEAGER, BRUCE speakin' dow n dis hea way dat de TOPICS. TOWNstrongest, '1 he largest, raciest, sential ingredients ob custards is entertaining weekly journal in themost .tried and world. FEED ADD SALE STABLE, LOT, mighty scase." Washington Star. Second To all who will send $5 will be teut goods in baccos and will keep n full line of theirs Stanford stock, and all I atk of the merchants ot and 1 will and Rowland is U give me their orders out the goods In their houtet at Factory prices. I atk a 1 hanking the public for liberal patronage, obedient your ; toutlnuonceof same, and remain If. HILTON, J servant. THINGS THAT ARE FUNNY. A Houso and Lot in Stanford, Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford and THE JEWELER, Rowland. Oftu.e corner ot Depot street and rail- "Do ov enjoy football?" lio asked of On Danville street oad crossing HIGGINS & WATTS. MRS FANNIE DUNN 6 tho man who sat next him at the 7 Articles to Suit the Most Fastidipame. "Some." "Are you a player?" CLARKX. ous. A complete line of T P. STRAUD, jH. "So. I'm a surgeon." Washington Star. ROWLAND, KY , He "Have you heard?" HARDWARE, She DEALER IN CROCERIES, PRACTICAL . n.. .I thiui dcrari nnd Tobacco. Ohio "What?" ".Miss Spinster is poing to itUorSilt for sale br the barrel. Will take coun be married." "0! yes, I've heard that market price. try produce n exchange for goods at llrodhead To- ever since I can remember." Plumbers and Steam Jitters. I am alto aKent lor the old reliable -- Original Jellico Coal. together and started for the scene of o Land tho trouble in very short spaces of Residence and 14 Acres mile from Stanford. Also BANKS Clocks 1 v3JLJL V JCtKtv J.H.HILT03ST .-- Y STR3LITB &ICO Watches, .tSkaau m. Pick-Me-U- p. Customer (to waiter) "I was at this restaurant ono day last week and ordered an oyster stew." Waiter Dealers in alt kinds of Iron and tints Hoods for steam and water Sanitary Goods of all kinds. All work guaranteed against defective material and workmanship 37 W1V, CII vi?nnr SLAVIC, W Jewelry . respectfully solicited. Attention of the public is inv.icd to the fac 11 the oaly Satmnal Hank m Stanford Under the provisions of the Nations! Hank Act dcrxHitora are secured net nnlv by the tapitaj slock, but by the slockhnlitets liability lur so amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 Flvt sworn slateme- -, of theconditlon of the bank are iua.lt each year to the United States government and Its assets are esamlnsd at stated unlet by (overnment agents, thus secuiins addltitona andperfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established at ths DcDotit Hank of Stanford In lit!, then ned as the NaUonal Hank ol Stanford in 1S63 and again re orianiredas the Klrsl National Hank ol Stanford in 1M1, hat had practically an uninterrupted eaiitenceotia years It It teller tuppticd new with Iscllitles for transacting ouiinets prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its lone and horvwablc career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solio ted. The Directory ol this Hank it composed ol 1. J. Potter, of Stanford; Korettut Reid, Lincoln county ; J.W. Hayden, Stanford; S.ll niunhraan, Lincoln. ' M.J. Miller, Ml Vernon; T. Harris, Lincoln; S J. S. Mocker Stanford; f A. Lackey, Lincoln; T P. Hill.Stanford. W. G Welch, Stanford; W. V. Tale, Stanford. lhat this Commerce Euilding, Lotmvillo Agtmtt Ihiewrfliout the South W. A. TEIBBLS, Local A?ont, SIANrOHI). KY niK .sr.Nh iu)' Water,LigtandlceCo. Mas contracted with responsible firms lor Ha plants and will have the Iceasd Klectrlc I'lants cotnple iboutsUtydars, the Wafer I'Unt soon a f-ter. In order to place individual contracts in id Neeessary water pipes will be laid, connected to ,or "v n,, o" fctcetrlc wiret put In and necessary tures fur- nuhed frte ot charge iJ sutrauteed to give satisfaction The schedule of adopted rates Is f rum it to to per cent, lower than it usually Kiven r. Iar OrFKhRS SUSTIE 5 GI-TS- . I.S. Hooker, President; Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. All goods sold engraved tree of charge. VYourpatrunagc John J. Me Roberts, Cashier; A A. McKinner, Assistant Cashier Farfflers-Bank&Trns- t ch additional faucet . Stores, Hanks and I'rivsle OrTicrs, llalhs, private, one I'ncet. .... Mote attachment lor sprinkler Stables, private, one animal Kach additional animal. ... Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Dwell rK of j rooms, one faucet i$M Kach additional room. .. .. . JO I laucet . ... jeo JCO I CO J 1 oo I CO Co. , Electric Light Rates. One arc and per vear Or STANFORI),.KV it now fully orgsnltcd and ready for business with Paid up Capital of TO THE PFOPLE OK al Surplus, STANFORD, KY. spectfully asks 1 public. Theabotc firm wentimo fleet July itt and the patronage of re-t- NEW RIGS AND HORSES Have been P1 urchated and nothing but turnouts willI leave the stable first-cla- n Give tli cm a Call. 2L 1 rtlYERS IIOISE P. W. GREEN, Prop. well-kno- omrectlon with the This stable, which It run Mcrs House, bat Wen supplud with 11 A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, .uwmur's Suppl es and U hotter than supply the public with prepaid rtU FIRST-CLASS eer RIGS OF ALL, KINDS. Personal and prompt attention given tn Weddings, Parties and lluriats P W GRKEN, Proprietor. AL. BURNS. Mauager THE 60FFEY HOUSE STANFORD, K JOSEPH COFFEY.Tro'r. ni his Hotel, renovated and relurnihed, is now in my charge and I intend to conduit It no as to not only maintain ns high reputation, but to add to its long list oi friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fino rooius.for the display of samples, 1, A First-Class Saloon 1 And BILLIARD and POOL KOOMS attached. ' 37.ll JOSEPH COFFKY OJ.si3; for Highest cash market price paid Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at P iyr M. F. ELKIN & CO., STANFORD, KV. fnritti6c rv per mo SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, J$ tth Now closing up) with the same assets and undel $ For each additional ' i Town Topics and "Tales from Town '1 oplcs" from I he same management. Fur further Information, apply to LITTLE THINGS OF INTEREST. date until January 1, 1894, cotvring 5 Nos of the By provisions of lis chatter, depositors arc as Inimitable quarterly (regular price ft 50; ami U fully protected as am depositors in National ' J W HAYDKN.Supt &c Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually O.v the head of the average man months of the greatest ot family weeklies, itgular AND VICINITY. liable to the ealcntof the amount of their stock price Ss pir year there are about 120,000 hairs, provided, WcTTake one or the other offer at oners, and retherein at the par value thereof, in addition to ths of course, that he is not bald. amount invested in such snares it may act as mit in postal notes, orders or New York Exchange TOWN TOPICS. executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as to Tin: modern souvenir spoon doubtless 1 oris an individual zi vet 'la street, ew 7, To those who entrusted their buisiness to us owes iLs orrgin to the still existent 1 am ottering a y while mnaglntf the Lincoln National Hank ol apostles" spoons, which in sets of twelve Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and or loss were n common Christian gift in trust tbey will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee far prompt attenKy. the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. tion to same, our twenty years' etperionce is IhaMq.ittc anutaberof hAKMS lor tale ol the banking and as liberal accommodations as aic conIx order to keep seu porgies through very beat II Landtin Lincoln cuuly sistent with sound banking the summer the fishermen of Ilhodo These Farms are all well improve! and goc ' IMKKCTtlHt, lauds, runtime in mm from y ui t.x. , re have nets so arranged that the Island rich CSHsstdtring ihelt Ualuy, their J J. Williams, Mt Vernon; passing schoul aire led up into wilt rKhnesand tlHiy f soil, the convenience ( turnpikes and M rab OF J, M Hall, Stunlurd; water ponds and the channels connectraadt that nnng markelt right to our do. r, th. v Mechoapttr than tho Unds of any vtlier . Oj. iv ', J. S. Owsley, Stanford , ing with the ocean are clool. I here it traueiy a the State S I. Vmkry, Stanford ; in the . Gas consumers at Kokomo, hid., have ty over j aallet from a depot J . E Lynn, Stanford; Ihvcouiuy it clocked with turnpiket rm n. lots of fun at the expense of the iras A. W, Carpenter, MilMgevtlle; inevttry iliicition 'I hue m net a piihlic r. a en companies. The rival companies were tjrlfifi the county scat that is ml, Maatlum,e. J P. Cat It, Stanford; We have lb Ksmsvilte llranch of the L ,V N so anxious for patronage hat they were it William Gooch, Siaalmd Ky K. dividiiiK hc county fromjtast to Wot au.1 tho supplying light and fuel free of 11 ('resident S C S It K from North to.Nrnth; the K Shanks, In C. h R several caee. they have piped the houses J 11 Owsley, Cashier Irom this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C K () at inchester. giving full M llrliht, 'teller to the marked aVHffijlCd-IPsBllwithout cxpens to tho owners. the while world Hctdes, we have thrtw lan-ff ; i.n.- ... .1..- - . ...... .i... ;ivc us a market j ; for all our xrain right at home, and the develop WITH THE WITS. mentrl the mountain regions ol Kaitern and And South eastern Kentucky by lailroads and the out A PitiZK fight in called a "mill" be let bontli by railroads has created such a demand cause the other fellow ts educed to for ail kinds of cereals and provender lhat scarcely retain enough lor homcconsumptionwtcan pulp. UalUmoro American GENTS' the people are prosperous, generous and is hard or a limn with a nu liver believing in Christianity and education. 1kind here to believe that anjlwdy in his neighbortlliot a neighborhood in the tounty but has a JUNCTION CITY, KY I have bu)ersintheKastrn cities who aredaiU geod church and school-huuHave just erected a new Marble and Granite hood ha the right hind of religion. shipping to me oiwi.H.1, Kiim i.incoin, is a prot-- 1 Houee and am fully prepared to fill orders for nil perous little city of about a.soo inhab.lanls and Is Uam's Horn. kind ot Marble and Granite work I have iu mv IK.1t54JSa?- uom me Aorth and North uinsicu, led workmen from the East. My freight CoNseihNTiois perusal of the chil- employ till east South and from the Northwest to Southeast and (acuities and standing as it does gating right Info the bos' dren's Btories, published in home of tho dersold can not De eaceileo JOE Ib.will not be ull- WHIOHT .i And when the blue nirds come I om of the undeveloped taountains of Southeastern juvcniio mugaIui", would almost load Kentucky backed up by the wholo lllue Gra.s tho tenders to believe that tho writers region ol the State with railroads running through it n all points of the compass, makes it naturally wouldn't know a child on hight. one of the best located towns In the South for In this town nnd Somcrville Journal. "" u,n;,.enirjirisesor Water Works are now being agitated maunltude and right JUniKs are a nuihunco wiinotimes, auove (he town about of a mile Vl KJ'f GOODS. dealt breddorn; but tho sunshine thnt there could be ejected Water Works with sery liltle cost that would supply a city of 150,000 in radiates from a baby's smilo will bright or hab tains with the purest and best water in the en a man s life more dan ull de "good world Our little city hit been newly rebuilt WIWtitWWBaaWtytmtfcwsslfc iTasVCTT the last few years and its business houseaardresin times" ho has eber had in all his bachefashion idencet will compare with larger cities of greater lor experience. Plink Plunk. pretentions Our merchants and tradetmen anal! tiroinerous and doing well. We have two banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are FOR CHURCH GOERS. Do.i't listen to the tales of other merchants protperous and in a good condition. We have splendid schools. We have a Femalo Ix Methodist Sunday schools during College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu the past year there wero 180,000 converpill in attendance and under the prlnclpalthlnof 1'rof.J M. Hubbard, Is In a nourishing eondi sions. AouU worthless stock tion. We alto have a Seminary that Is a -- aod ItKCEXT revival services at fifty-si- t school, with Prof II F. Johnson, at itt head." We have one of tho licit Public School buildings ic points throughout tho United States, i this section of the State, with over too pupils in under the United Urethren in Christ, Havinir Removed my Harber Snop to the Com attendance, and with other good private schools And sell th same old way. Call and see me. 1 am mercial Hotel, ' have resulted in 3 ,7Ua conversions. you seo our school facilities are oxxellcnt Dealer in the above whether you want to buy or not If goods are not t. We have elegant church builmngr, representing Rodkrt iloFFAT began missionary to Accommodate Ladies satisfactory I will exchange, them ui refund the crtry denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers for Sheep Hogs of Has .class talent and are doing money work In tho ilds of South Africa in as well Solicited Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty, than any class of men in the city. a better business Gentlemen, 1817. When on his deathbed, he bePersons haviuir any of the above described! stork I bave tried to make In anything they may wish la my line, Clul-alsfor sale or wishing to purchase tame, will do will withoutanv exaggeration this statement aa facu lieved his labors had been in vain. A waited on. Call mi toe. coloring, to call on or address me An experience of fifteen who know will beam e out,or and those as those who . MAIN STREET, recent census of the district where he years In this business has been of profit tome and to buy pleatant hornet at fair prices and with locate I think I can make ft profitable both to the buyer among a good people with all theworked showed a population of 72,000, best surroundand seller F.O address Stsnford.Ky. 100 In Coamrciil Hotel ings, would do well to call and lee me befortfpur nearly all of whom were Christians. Office at the Myers House. Chasing oltewher ..... - - 7$ $200,000. j, commercial use: c. p. Incandescent lamp .,.,, . For tic p. each incandescent iighV,"i'r 'mo. $;o co 60 ,. " so " 64 for three 10 ii 1. 19,000. 11 For Kcsidene Incandescent lam Uc HUSTONVILLE EC. T. BUSH, REAL ESTATE AGENT A Great Bankrupt Stock Stanford, BOOTS AND SHOES , ct. Hats, Caps, CMkiag FUHII SK 1 It Junction City Marble & Granite Works I HAVE COME TO STAY 'tl Mmt "ViJnCi5-?fSeTV,j. - V lri. ", uics a u.,wy ,i.uu sc WILL BUILD A TEMPLE FILL IT WITH fad, ;.,.... T'sssBaWtHBsrT(tl three-fourths rmr am nm, My Goods Are New, KBUT imn (DASH f WILLUSI rrlOUIXAND, Cattle, and Prepared as Orders o TOS. SQkOJttOJNT, JESSE THOMPSON, HUSTONVIaLtE, - - KY. -