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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893120501 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 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weeklvol. XXI. LIBERTY. y Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1893. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. NO. 80 Married, at tuo residence ol the bride's fathor, V. II. Vilkiunoii, on Wednesday, by Kov. Mr. Hcnaon, Mr. J. W. Tolly, ol Duunvillo, to Miss Lena Wilkinson. It is roportod that little business will be done in circuit court, which convened yesturday, owing to tho new constitution not making tbo proper provision (or providing (or jurios in time. SherlirJ. X. Meneleo has delivered in Liberty to our county authorities W. B. Smith, who has beon figuring lately u embezzlement cases. He was sent to Jail, but it is reported that ho will bo able to rIvo bond ou Monday. Col. Silas Adams arrived from Som. erset Thursday night. Ho reports everything going nil right in that Bectlon. Moj. Goo. V. Drye, ol the Rolling Fork section, arrived here on Monday and Is It Is boarding with J. V. Wilkinson. probablo that he will remain here (or some time., e There wno a grand hop at tho is said by thooe on the 29th. It who wero present that t hero wero somo o( tho prettiest girls In Jho Stato on bauds. Ansel Lanhaui and son did the fiddling. Casey county can nlways furnish pretty molds and n (ew ol the youug meu are somewhat passable. Pretty little Annie lloouoy, the daughter ol our popular Charlie l'reseott, made the following report ol one of our lately married county olllcials, who is rather diminutive In statue: "Pa, L saw Dud kiss his new wife to day and he had to tiptoe up to reach her mouth." court-bousthree-year-old J. Tond West has been commissioned as U. S. storekeeper in this district. Uncle Joe Weisiger is critically ill with typhoid fever at his home on Lexington street. Mr. G. M. Patterson's new residence on Lexington stieet is going up rapidly and ulll bun beauty. Sunday was a very disagreeable one, as It was either snowing, raining or sleeting nil day. Very few people attended the churches. Win. Hundley, who has beon in jail since lust July, charged with attempting to rapo his daughter, was released last week as tho girl had skipped out nnd there was no proof against him. The county judgo has appointed Mr. 0. T. Wallace to fill out tho unexpired term of John L. Anderson as school superintendent. Mr. Anderson took his position in tho patent otlicoou the first of this month. Thankegiving services wero hold at thn Methodist church Thursday morning. Tn room was beautifully decorated with thwera and evergreons. Tho oxercises consisted of vocal solos, duets and choruses and short talks by Revs. Tercy, Greer and Campbell. Mr. Jams It. Marrs, who has been serving as general deputy under Collector Itodcs, has tendered his resignation as such and will tnko charge of our local tonewspaper, tho day. Mr. Marrs is a natural born newspaper man and a typical gentleman and our citizens gladly welcome him back to his old home. In our hurry to get up our last lot-two failed to report the marriage of Mr. Will Jenningq to Miss Minnie Ruck-owhich took plnco at the home of tbo bride's parents, last Tuesday. Tho attendants wero Sam Jennings and Mils Llda Ruckor and James Ruckerand Miss Record-Hnmesteaor hotel-keepe- HUSTONVIILE. r. - " creditable debate was held in tho Friday night, Nov. 21, by tho "youug men. Dewosthonr-- in his primitive e (Forts could not have been more In earnest or probably not more embarrassed, but "perseverance conquers all things," and a Demosthenes may yet be developed In Christian College. The nge is a progressive one and education must keep pace with the times. Pupils must no longer "go through a book" but they must dwell therein. The foundation must be firmly built, before the superstructure is added, else the building is liable to fall when the winds of adversity shall cuino in all their force uud power. Christian College was never in better ruuning condition than at present. A finer class of students were never before nesembled within its wails. Hepresen tatives are enrolled from Missouri, Ohio, Covington, Ky., Garrard county, Casey county, Simpson county and Lincoln comes forward with a good local patronage in quality and in numbers. Mr. J. M. Cook remains quite III. A noble typo of man, he is much beloved in this community, where many warm friends sympathize with him in his affliction. Mrs. Annie Sharpe and little son, Abe, of McAfee, Ky., made the a pleasant visit last week. Miss Mnltiu Davis, of Harrodsburg, Is visiting Miss YauArbdell at tho College. Teaching seems to be the chosen profession of the majority of the graduates of Chriritiau College, Hustonville, and (our adjoining districts are taught by her gr dilate. They ore giving line Al-i- f i satisfaction nnd doing credit to their urn Mater. Tnough comparatively young under the management of the present piinclpal she has more than a Hcoro ol graduates In tho field. A Chapel a Lizzie Jennings. Mr. Jennings is engaged in business at Paint Lick and they will go to houBekeeplnt; there. Mr. Burt Spencer, of Louisville, MIps spent Snnday with his parents. Jennie Hurnnido is visiting Miss Katie McGrath. Miss Nannie Harris outer-taine- d a few friends Thursday evening. All report a pleasant time. Miss Lizzie Simpson is visiting Mrs. Lizzie Rice. Mr. Letcher Owsley has returned from Lexington. Miss Minnie Klllott hm returned trorn Danville. Mr. Ralph Anderson, Bon of Mrs. Clayton Anderson, is here on a visit to his mother. He bus been in Texas end the West for 20 years and this is his first visit home. Miss A Hie Anderson leaves this month for Col-leg- o HUBBLE. 4 Kph Pennington nnd James Hutr-ma- n killed 23 rabbits Thanksgiving and Baid it was an oll'day. Solomon Anderson loft this week for Texas. Ho Is a nice young man and leaves tho community with tho best of wishes following him. We are sorry to learn that our tur key men at Liucaster nnd Danville have lost money. J. 0. Kuhanks & Ilro. sold to Mcllubblo 70 ewes at J2 per head. Dr. Hogle, of Danvilla, presented Win. Snow with a fine girl lost Thursday as it was nday of thanksgiving and you ought to hear Billy gs now; you would think lie was thankful for the little treasure. It is rumored that Squire Bright will get the appointment to watch the distillery near here. Wo hope that ho will, for in as much as we have to have it in our community, we want as good men to control It as we can get. Messrs. George and Eugene Woods putting up a copper distillery at the nro old paper mill. Mrs. James Spoona-more- , of Beuna Vista, has beon among her friends here for a few days. Misses Bettie and Annio Spoouaraoro are ar- ranging to attend school at Harrodsburg. Thorton Thurman died on Fridny at tbo resldonco of his eon, M. 0. Thurman. He was 88 years of age and had Bpent CO of them in Danville. Mrs. Laura Morrison, wifo o( Rev. HC. Morrison nd daughter of Temperance Lecturer G. W. Bain, died at homo in Lexington Thanksgiving day. She was about 21 years old and a lovely woman. V Knoxville to visit her sister, Mrs. Sarah Marrs. Mr. Will Jennings and wife spent Thankegiving with Mr. J. 0. Ruckor. Tho concert and supper nt the courthouse, on Wednesday evening, tno 29th ult., for the benefit of Lancaster Lodge, No. IOI, A. Y. M. was well attended and the net proceeds amounted to about $75. The supper was excellent in every respect and admirably served by the ladies who had the same in charge. The exercises consisted of Bongs and recitations by Misses Mary Gill, Mary Joseph and Mary Hurnslde, Margaret Mason, Mamie Elliott, Kugenia Dunlap and Masters Willie Fox Logan ami George Duulup. All received liberal applause, while Muster Dunlap was compelled to respond to an encore. Mrs. W. G. Dun-U- p presided at the organ and furnished excellent accompaniments. The Concert band rendered excellent selections and all wero delighted with their performances. Mr. LouH Walker delivered an interesting address on "Tho World's Fair" and Gen. W. J. Luudram spoke briefly upon "The Origin, Universality and Objects of Free Masonry." Rev. J. R. Tercy, Master of the Lodge, was present and supervised the exercises. Tho death of Elder Joseph 0. Frank, who has been ill for several uiou lis past, occurred at his residence at nt enrly hour Friday morning, Dec. 1. His sickness commenced immediately after the election that Bettled the question in favor of local option in the three precincts centreing in the town. He ns the leader of the temperance forces and labored hard ou the stump, in the pulpit and in mixing with the people. Ho was familiar with nil the legislation that had over been enacted and the decisions of the courts upon tho liquor question nnd was better informed upon that subject than any oue in the State. Ho regarded the liquor trafile as one of the greatest evils with which the religious and moral element of society had to deal and he was ready at all times and upon all occasions to striko it a blow. Though his death was hardly n surprise, it came nevertheless as a shock to tho entire community, for his ability and zeal as a minister, bis i devotion to principle and bis courage iu proclaiming his convictions madu him to all intents and purposes one of the most prominent citizens of our town and county. He was buried in the cemetery here on Sunday, the funeral services being held at the Christian church at 3 o'clock l m. In Memory or Elder Frank. Joseph O. Frank is dead I nnd the church of Christ in this State lias experienced tho saddest death it has felt for many years. Oh, that theso words could pay that tribute of respect to his memory It bo richly deserves. I would put no wreath upon his grove, but instead a scroll, "I am tho resurrection nnd tho life; ho thnt bolloveth in mo though ho wero dead yet shall he live, and he that liveth and believoth shall never dio." Oh that wo ministers of the Gospel that survlvo him could catch that heroic spirit and learn tho lessons of that bravo man livingand dead! It was not my pleas-urto know Bro. Frank persounlly nnd yet the influence of his life was felt by me, ns it was by hundreds of others who never saw him. Tho qualities of his heroism combined two principles of the soul upon which lie Beiz8l with singular force extreme conscientiousness and unswerving bravery. Ho was fearlets in saying what he thought. Fear seems to have been unknown to him. Extremely conscientious and intensely ardent in conviction, his life and teaching moved upon the highest piano of revelation to tho highest consideration of human duty. Tho Master has given to few men such felicity and success as was his in doing his work as pastor nnd leader. Certainly the spirit in which thnt work has been done is tho spirit of utter His faith was absolute; his hope was quenchless; a thorough consciousness of God's presnce and a resolution to make religion dominat tho circle in which ho moved and tho means by which tho kingdoms of this world are to bo nude tho kingdoms of our God and his Christ. Perhaps aside from his work ns a preacher of the old Jerusalem gospel, nothing stands out more prominently than the great work he did against the liquor trafile where Ills lot was cast. Ho never wnited to see what somebody else would say; he was no bound by tho conventionalities of society, ror was he scared by the flutter of a newspaper, but with his utter disregard for human and an unwavering faith in God, he plunged into thu midst of this great Austerlitz while heaven and earth and hell waited tho stupendous issue. The bottles in tho grogshops may rattle with gladness and thnt drunkenness "which biteth like a serpent nnd Btingeth like an adder" hiss for joy." "But boast not, 0 thou demon of tho pit I" If Joe Frank is dead tho principles which be advoca ted live. Our Elishn is buried but his grave shall not be closed and this inert cause shall touch his bones nud spring up with tenfold power and go forth on its heavenly mission In the world. As I sat listening to tho funeral ser mon by Bro. J. V. McGarvey telling of the great work of this brave man of God, I felt that God had given him a work to do and ho had done it "finished the course" though only 52 years of age; had "fought the good fight and kept the faith" and had gone home to J wear the "crown of righteousness" with Paul and Stephen and John and nil those falthfu ones "that lovo his appearing." From that life that has passed into eternity there comes a voice saying prepare to die; prepare for the world to which l.o has gone nud of which lie carried in his own breast so rich and earnest pledge to a world ot peace and rest nud love. He has gone to the Savior whom ho obeyc d; to the God whoso universal lovo ho Liko adored, but not wholly gone. righteous Abel though dead yet he Bpeaketh. Not gone iu spirit, for I am sure that better world has heightened his nllectiona for his loved ones here and tho race ho served, nnd his influence and his thoughts remain in his works nud his memory is laid up as a sacred treasure in many minds. May his beautiful faith bo the heritage of his sorrowing wife nud children that will make them endure as seeing Him who is invisible nnd comfort them even in this hour of sadness. May his mantle fall upon his son, who is trying to follow in tho footsteps of the beloved father, nnd as ho goes forth to preach the Gospel of Christ, may bo do so with the same unwavering faith and unswerv ing courage us he whose voice is silent W. L. Ellis. forever more. Stanford, Ky., Deo. 4, 1S93 o n. GRAB ORCHARD. crit-cls- m The members of the Christian Church Aid Society will meet with Mrs. Brooks dext Thursday afternoon. Every member is requested to bo present. A few days since, while playing at school, Davie lloldman fell and broke his left arm. He has not used his right hand since a child, as it was accidentally cut, rendering it entirely useless. Ho had learned to use his left hand as well as most peoplo their right, hut now has to be fed like n child. His friends hope lie will soon be well. Miss Maggie Middleton has returned after a pleasant visit to friends nt Paint Lick. M. Livingston, of Cincinnati, was visiting at Dr. Doores Mrs. Margaret Steplmnsou is confined to her bed with n severe nttack of grip, this being her second trial of it. Miss Iiattie Henry, a charming young lady of Lancaster, the College exercises, as did the Misses Mnrtin, of Preachersville, and Dr. and Mrs. Bronaugh, of Stanford. The members of tho minstrel troupe hereby extend their heartfelt thanks to the members ot the Crab Orchard Literary Association for the banquet given in their behalf nt tho C. 0. Springe, Fri day night. Prof. S. D. Willis superintended tho feast and it was all thnt could be desired. Our thanks aro due the public as well ns the patrons. Done by order of Sam Magee, Harry Magee, Joe Mogee, Curtis Egbert, George DeBorde. John DeBorde, Wade Perkins, Phil Pet-tu- s, Burcli Buchanan, Clarence Hardin. The society extend thanks to Mr. Gus Hofmann for the use of the piano and other favors granted. A large crowd was present at the entertainment Thanksgiving night and all seemed well pleased with the exercises. We are Buro they wero well paid for tho amount charged at the door was reasonably small. The young people of our college deserve especial praise and we would like to compliment each ono had we space. The Bonga by Misses Josio and Annie May Stephens and Derta James were nicely rendered, as also were tho instrumental pieces by Misses Bessie Carson, Halite Edminton and Bessie Magee. "The Face Against the Pane" was feelingly recited by Mies Alice Moore, who displayed much elocutionary talent. Joe Newland's recitation, orations and declamations by Scott Anderson and Will White were splendidly rendered and many were the smiles at Park Anderson's "Little Men." The "School Room Scene" was nicely presented and was n typical picture of an old spinster's mode of teaching. Prof. Willis Bpoko encouraging words nnd gave the honor of the entertainment entirely to the energy of the pupils. Too much cannot be said of the minstrel performance, which was as good as anything of tho kind we ever witnessed Hnd tho thanks of the school nre especially due to Sam Magee Curtis Egbert, nnd Joe Magee, who so kindly assisted nnd worked so untiringly for the success of the entertainment, neither of these young gentlemen being members of the school, yet each fully realizes the benefit to our young people of n public li brary. LONDON, A. R PENNY, Druggist - and - Jeweler. STOCK COMPLETE IN EACH LINE. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and Warranted. prescriptions carefully compounded. Physicians' '! TOICJB PATMMAi&JE 80MCXTJEB. .ri M li Owe us for subscription to this paper, and the label on each issue tells whether you do or not, you MUST SETTLE AT ONCE Ik rT R j n It is a small matter for you to pay $2, but the aggregate large one to us. Send us your dues as soon as you read this. Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Are, s is a very Fall Session Tuesday, September An. Excellent boarding department. 5U1 1893. v Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses In Literature, Music and Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. NO BLUFF. We mean what we say. In order to reduce our stock by Jan. which are so 1894, we have made some-priceI, FAR BELOW That it mr COMPETITORS m is plain to every one. Dress patterns at greatly reduced priPrices on some Cloaks cut half in two and all others at less than ces. manufacturer's prices. Splendid line children's long Cloaks at very mow - PRICES. Hats wear dies' have and all heavy boots at Prime Cost. Gents' and Ladies Underat less than you bny them elsewhere. See our gents' and lavests at 25c Many other goods at prices much less than you 4 i been buying them. That what we have told you you. CALL AND SEE is true. A call will certainly convince LAUr"eTuOUNTY. SEVERANCE & SON. Tho town clock frozo up or run down Sunday night at half past twelve. G. R. Bronk and Lizzie Baker and J. P. Williams and Julia Bievins, procured marriage license Thanksgiving day. Cards have been received hero announcing the marriage of Miss Bessie Adams, of Paint Lick, and Mr. Ed England, of Brbourville, Dec. 0. Your correspondent has been appointed High Coroner of Laurel county and is now ready to attend all dead people found lying around looio in the was with us Friday night nnd tho audience was the most appreciative one I ever saw. Saturday night the company rendered "Fritz, tho German Detective," but the weather was so bad the attendance was not what was expected. Craig Gragg, who about a month ngo imprisonreturned from a ment in the penitentiary at Frankfort for manslaughter, was shot and mortally wounded in a saloon near Pittsburg by James Small wood. He was shot in the bowels and died next morning. two-yea- rs FARRIS & HARDIN, 4! Have open and ready for your inspection an immense assortment of 1. woods. Old Farmor Hopkins Holiday Goods j And you are cordially invited to call and see them while the stock is unbroken. THE HARD TIMES ARE OVER The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by the and monopolies of manufacturies, but now the panic-scarreant At last. gid d ovr-loade- w K The Atchison, Topoka is Santa Fe has contracted, with the Baldwin loco motive works for the building of 71 loco are to ho begun at motives. Forty-twTliis is one of the largest orders once. the Baldwin works havo ever received from a single road and it looks liko times are improviug in railroad affairs. Victor F. Oyrier, a drug clerk, and Mrs. E. L. Caron, wife of Cyrier's employer, wero both found dead in the Virginia Hotel, in Chicago. Letters were They left admitting their intimacy. took morphine but Oyrior's dose was not sufficient to produce death and he ended his miserable existence with a pistol. During the rush of travel to the World's Fair 103 people were killed and W.L. Cm tchor, assistant cashier of the Madison National Bank, has been 471 injured. There has been no acciappointed chief deputy collector vice J, dents of any importance since tho Fair closed. R. Marrs resigned. o The wifo of William Cowley, of Erie, Pa., objected to his playing cards and drinking beer nt her home and a quarrel followed. Cowley attacked her, tho effects of which will moro than likely kill her. Remorse for his act after- Right and left, and the fellow with the cash can lay in his goods and I am happy to say to one and all that ward impelled him to put a bullet in his sell them far below old prices. been one of the fortunate ones and have them in my house. I have brain, killing hitn instantly. goods, rotten George Armstrong, colored, was They are new and fresh; no old stock or second-hanhung at Taylorsvillo, Friday, for the with age or infected with disease, but fresh from the mauufac-turerRead these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands murder of lvato Downs in September, Men's Calf Shoes 1892. His neck was not broken and it of Calicoes at 5c yard; Hoosier Cotton 5 c yard. took him 14 minutes to strangle to death. Si, worth $1.50. Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c His last words were: "Ladies and gontlo-meworth $1. Ladies Button Shoes 75c, worth $1.25. Ladies' Button both white and black, I hope you Shoes 90c, worth $1.50. The largest and best selected stock of will meet me in heaven." Clothing ever shown in Hustonville. I will also have a mammoth line W. S. Mnxson, superintendent of of Ladies' Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. the Somerset public school, has been inCome early and get the best at auction prices. Respectfully, dicted by the grand jury for whipping school boy Robert Shadoan, a nt that place. manufacturers and importers are dumping their products as as they can, which means that prices are now being fast ILAUHTMUKO d 1 i s. n, 1 A, JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. S Sfl r.iWj. wtm mHmmmmmatmmmimmnn 1111 r v '-1 -1- ."! " initi.i -15 'i. iM.iiimiiri f- - .'' iumi im, II H III MMIM fcWfl(flt I (P Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1893 NEWSY NOTES. A call has been issued for a meeting I- - L. fc N. stock jumped up on tho strongth of an official statement that tho company had paid off a big loan in Lon- W. P. WALTON. don and that tho 72,000 shares of stock pledged as collateral had beon returned. Tho report of tho controller of the currency shows that there ao 3,700 rPJRIIXAX". national banks with a capital of $095,- 55S.120, with total resources of $75,000. Wc have just received a letter from A. Urbansky & Co. telling us to lake room for the big line of 119 banks wero organized and Willis Kanney, for many years secIn their impotent fury the republican Christmas Goods bought. So here's your chance. We will make prices to suit all who want any thing papers are endeavoring in every way to retary of tho L. & X., died in Louisville, 15S Btisponded, 80 of tho latter resuming and 01 passing into tho hands of receivbrittle Mr. Wilson and the democratic aged SS. Tho U. S. mints coined $43,093,178 ers. Tho controller recommends that majority of the Waya and Means Committee. The Commercial Gszette says this year, of which over thirty millions hanks bo allowed to issue .circulating notes to the par value of tho bonds dethe chairman is a "weak brother, n di was gold. Eph Plunkett, of Mirabella Falls, posited. pctiool teacher and n reed shaklettante en by the wind, with no practical knowl- Texas, has taught n rattlesnake to shako CHURCH AFFAIRS. edge of business whatever" The same his tail to music. Eider Milton Elliott will preach nt California has sent her World's Fair paper says that Benton McMillin, though Boots, Shoes, ilats, Caps, &c. You will save money by purchasing this week. We have an big tree for a permanont display nt the McCormnck'a church next Sunday, Dec. immense more and vociferous than stock and it must be unloaded and the man or woman who misses this great sale will be the loser. VVc 10th. "Wilson, is as weak and uncertain about national capital. will quote only a few prices as our space is too small to give you prices of all our O. A.- Hardin was nominated Rev. J. A. Sawyer writes to great stock. All cali-co- s for practical matters as is Wilson, and the will be sold this week.at 5c. Apron checked gingham, 5c, worth Utc. Dress ginghams ',jc, Meeting at Wilmoro county attorney in Mercer and not J. M. 7 8'jC other Southern members aro little im7 closed with 75 conversions, 15 sanctified and ioc. f jj.iptT& 01 puis 3c. 500 yaras spool 01 thread for 5c. Yarn 65c per pound. Zephyr 5c oz. provement over them, being school Chinn, as stated. The Second Presbyterian church at and 29 added to the church. teachers, theorists and cross roaJs couu A Sunday-schoo- l Institute, under try lawyers. The fool who wrote this is Philadelphia celebrated tho 150th year tho auspices of tho Kentucky Sunday evidently of the opinion that all the wis of its existence Sunday. Statistics show that tho average of school Union, will be held at the Presdom of tholand is centered in the repub arrests for drunkenness during the byterian church, llarrodsburg, Dec. 5 lican party and that no good can come andO out of the South. This kind of an al- World's Fair was but one per day. J. R. Dills, of Somerset, train disThe Methodists were tho only peo worth Si. 35. A good heavy pair of blankets Si."?? that can tint hi UnturUt n,c,..,.r leged argument against the now tarilT $1. Our bill will do it no harm. It does not cut patcher of tho C. & O., at Ashland, went plei n town devout enough to brave Cloaks, Clothing and Hoot and shoe stock which is complete is in this clearance ale. Don't miss this violently insane while on duty Friday. Sum!lay night's storm to hold meeting, opportunity. as deep and is not so much a revenue We will certainly offer Tho railroad assessment for Ken i no other churches were sunt up as only bill ns we should like, but the com inittce has done the very best it could tucky has been fixed at S55.31C.03S for close as clams. Owing to the bad weather of Sunday, under the circumstances and wo believe this year; an increase of over $3,000,000. The rope broko while three men but few people attended church, consethat both Congress and the peoplo will wero descending a shaft at Alleutown, quently the congregational meeting apeudorao its work. Pa , and they were dashed to death 1G0 pointed for the Presbyterian church was It is mighty hard to get printers', ink feet below. postponed till next Sunday. off the lingers when it onco geta good : John R. Procter, for many years Tho llarrodsburg Democrat pays the and hard on them. It is also true that State geologist of Kentucky, has been meeting at tho Christian church, conA. URBANSKY cN: CO., but few Federal or other kind of officers appointed a member of the civil eerviro ducted by Elder E. L. Frazer resulted T. HANKY, die and'scnrcely none resigu. Mr. J. 11 commission. in 33 additions and a great awakening of Marrs has proved again the truth of the Tom Pierson, who skipped from religious interest in the community. former assertionand broke ntho prece- Richmond with a horso and buggy Theodore Powell sold to W. L. Tho death of Elder J. C. Frank, Withers a lot of iat hogs at 5c. dent on tho latter by resigning the chief to P. B. Broaddus' livery stable, which occurred in Lancaster Friday, afWm. Moreland bought of Win. Andeputyship under Collector Kodes and was captured at Livingston and return- ter a long illness of fitix, carried sorrow returning again to his mutton. To uso ed to face the music. to the hearts of others besides his imme- derson, of Garrard, a lot of light shippers a homely, but no less true expression, The report of tho secretary of the diate flock for he was held in high es nt 3ic 33ro. Marrs is too old a dog to learn now Directum has won more heats in navy shows a gratifying progress in tho teem. tricks. So he has again taken charge of construction of steel ships and he races in 2:10 or better than any other Rev. Dr. J. W. M. Williams has re urges the Lancaster Record and will make that that moro bo built. The U. S. is 7th in signed the pastorate of the First Baptist f Mir trotters. Is Kocoiviiiff His paper a credit to our worthy neighbor. rank of naval powers. Joseph Cotley bought in tho West church, Baltimore after an active and End a large lot of feeders at 3c nnd n was getting a salary of $1,900 besides He A West Virginia in has become useful ministry of 43 years. Ho is 73 : : few hogs at 5c. perquisites and that seems large to give insane on the subject inof the Ferris years old and will be made pastor emerup for a country paper, but there is wheel. He rode on The snreepstake prize winningSouth- the wheel and on itus with a comfortable salary. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaianteed. Give me call. . .. much more than that in the Record for his return home endeavored to down ram at the world s lair sola on Tho protracted meeting at tho Methmakei him and we hope he will get it. Here's one on a similar plan. odist church will begin Thursday niirht. the vrounds for f 100. looking at you old man and may you Nashville's new packing house open Rev. W. E. Arnold will conduct the serXeal Dow, known as the "Apostle of never be tempted sgain to wander from Temperance," will be 90 years vices until Saturday night, when Rev. ed last week. It has a capacity of 1,000 old March your first love after other less attractive 20, 1S91. Temparance societies all over H. C. Morrison will arrive and take up hogs and 500 cattle daily. girls. George Raker bought in tho Highthe world will unite in celebrating the the work. Rev. F. S. Pollitt, of Richland and Ottenheim sections a lot of CONORKes convened in regular session anniversary of his birth. mond, is also expected to bo present mountain cattle at J to 2c. yesterday and according to the rules The movement started last spring to next week. The valuo of tho Hawaiian sugar Rev. Hiram Eddy, Canaan, Conn , business will be resumed where it was raise money for a monument to the late . mui: me puouc 10 come at once crop for lSlKJis estimated to bo 2,000,- and purchase from the left off at the adjournment of tho extra James G. Blaine has proven a failure. known as the "fighting parson," because 000 more than that of last year. session, though it is not thought that Tho treasurer of the Memorial Associa- of his being captured with a musket in S. H. Shanks shipped yesterday to his hand at Bull Run when chaplain of much will be done this side of the tion reports only $115 paid in. J. II. Miller at Atlanta a car load of Three men wero killed and a block Connecticut regiment, is dead. He Has The. Washington dispatches say Toilet Requisites, Fine Stationery, Books, Window Gass, that the president's message urges tho of buildings burned by n disastrous the first inmate of Libby prison and af- mules. Mr. Miller will retail them. Thomas Wayne has bought 250 or early passage of tho Wilson tariff bill wreck on the Lehigh Valley nt White ter the war established the first freed- 300 head of hogs during tho past few that the country may not suffer from Haven, Pa. Tho company claims that men's school in tho South. A Cincinnati Post correspondent days, paying 4.05 and 5c Lebanon En uncertainty and endorses the policy of tho strikers caused the trouble. Call and secure best prices. Secretary Gresham in the Hawaiian matOliver Tracht.of Galion, Ohio, a vic tells about a fight at New Salem church terprise. So far this year over 700 horses have between n couple of women who wore ters. We will give tho message in full tim of grip, suffered so intensely that he made themselves standard by trotting a in our next issue. decided he could stand it no longer. each other into n frazzle. The rencounWhilo his nurse was out of the room he ter must havo had a good effect for the mile in 2:30 or better or in pacing in 2:25 Mb. VanAlen has declined to accept shot himself through Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. tho head with a item adds that after the smoke of battle or better. the appointment, which was confirmed rifle. L. I). Sherman stabbed nn Italian to had cleared away Itov. W. R. Davidson by the Senate, as ambassador to Italy, It is said thttt the members of tho preached and 10 persons profeesud relig death who had forced his way into his and reiterated his determination, al Ways and MeanB Committee have aban- ion. sister's room nnd attempted an assault though urged to withdraw it by Mr. doned their idea of taxing incomes n her at Lima, O. Speaking of the sanctiflcatJon meetand Cleveland. His action was caused by are again considering the advisability ing held in Barren recently tho The total sales of the thoroughbreds of the comments (on his appointment, increasing tho tax on whisky ten cents a We are now receiving our winter cood? that it has been some at Lexington for four days amounted to If you do not, try ours. which was claimed to have been given gallon. such as what converted to theBanctification the- 264 head and brought a total of him because he contributed $50,000 to t an average of 5309 Charles Johnson, a negro preacher ory in full view of the fact that n the democratic campaign fund. His was hanged at Swainsboro. The St. Louis Republic has a long sample of the sanctified crop har Ga.t Friday, letters both to Secretary Gresham and for the murder of negro named Shields. vested there last year has recently, in a account of the noted hog breeding farm, to the presidentshow that Mr. Van (Nudnut's,) Carolina Rice, Foerstcr Cakes and Crackers, The execution was made a sort of cala moment of tremendous and overflowing Wood Dale, owned by X. II. Gentry, is a man of brains and worthy of most occasion by the blacks, who attended in enthusiasm, emphatically asserted that near Sedalia. Mr. Gentry is a nephew any honor. great numbers. whoever said he wasn't sanctified was a of Mrs. W. M. Lackey and used to live in this county. He breeds Berkshire's P. d d liar. Ashland Morning Call has ceased Tub The cash in tho United States treasJ. and Imported Maccaroni. Nice Assortment of Candies Fruits to call. It was doing its calling with ury decreased $0,094,071 during NovemRev. Wm. J. Holtzclaw is assisting principally and nt the World's Fair cap- and Nuts. ' type it hadn't paid for and tho Chicago ber, making a net increase of $0,710,138 Dr. J. S. Coleman in a revival nt Pleas- tured 10 of tho 18 first prize", besides a Foundry requested the sheriff to closo in the public debt. The gold reservo is ant Ridge, which has reached n point of large number of the second, third and up the office, which that officer forth- down to $82,959,049 and tho net cash interest superior to any religious move fourth prizes. Competent judges pay Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries. with proceeded to do. The,' primary balance is only $12,210,5(37. ment in the history of that country. At his Berkshire herd has not an equal in cause of the failure is that Ashland is the end of the first week there 23 addi the world. The Athletics defeated tho Central not large enough to support a good week University team at Louisvillo 10 to 12, tions to the church and 50 under conSaxiiy'hQukkky TO I.NMMMOM. This ly, much less a poor daily. liiankfigiving; Princeton beat l ale fl to viction of sin who gave tho'r hands fot beautiful song (words and music regular 0, University of Virginia bested, prayer. Tho church is crowded to its sheet music hizh) will he mailed to anyJudge Billings, of the U. S. District forand the the fourth time, tho University of utmost capacity, many being unable to one enclosing 5c in stamps to D. G. EdCourt of Louisiana, who has held the North Carolina, at Richmond, Va. get anything but standing room. At wards, General Passenger Agent, O. II. office since Grant wan president, died & D. R. R.. Cincinnati, Ohio. Joseph Domick and Lizzie Welkard, last night's services over 100 manifested Saturday at hiajliomo in New Haven, MY of whom are girl of n desire for Biilvation, many Conn. The incident is chielly notewor- Italians, the latter a heads of families. Owensboro Inquirer. thy because it will give President Cleve- 13, from Somerset, Ky., were arrested at Mr. Holtzclaw is a native of this county. land a chance to place another democrat Birmingham, Ala., on a telegram from on tho bench that has so long been oc- the chief of police of Chattanooga, charg FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ing Domick with kidnaping tho girl. ON MONDAY, DEC. II, 1893, Goods are- cupied by republicans. -- J. W. Perrin sold to Win. Lannhan At the Mary Anderson Navarro and her In Stanford, I will ofTei for laleto thehighett Mtliler, Makion has a Solomon for a county husband are at present in Geneva. Con a horso for 300. sold 173 barrels of A NICE FARM OF 19 Ridgely. who met tho actress O. Vanoy has judge. A negro slipped up behind an- sul Ben ACRES, other and killed him without warning there, has written to the Louisville corn at 52 10 delivered. Flora Temple 2:19 sold for $13 when Lying in Lincoln Co., Ky . on llanzinz Fork. and yet this legal luminary held that it Truth that she is "as charming as ever about '.. mile auove thu bride on me Mnniorn .v was only manslaughter and admitted the and tho personification of contentmont." she was four years old. lMnvillerillse.lt helm- - the i1ch whne I now live. Three months ago money was tho J. Mack Hubble bought of Mack uwu uweinngoi six roomi. turn ana all necei g accused to bail. Wonder what constitary outbuilding! and iplcndul garden. tutes murder in the mind of that learned cry everywhere, 10, 20 and even 40 per Eubanks 73 ewes for $105. water Farm all under good leucn and in jurist? cent being offered in New York for loans Twelve foals from Alma Mater high itato of cultivation. Will be told on city 579,075. Kor further information apply to Miller At Sow The Covington Commonwealth varies of the precious stuff. Now filthy lucre brought their breeders marks of 2:30 is a drug on the market, tho New York or der Kcal K.tate Dealer, btanfnnl, Ky Over 30 horses with MRS. llt'lTIKi'ETEUS. its made to order, boiler plate editorials so far this year. Oysters always on hand, either in bulk or cans, or served to by reproducing from this paper verbatim banks begging borrowers at 3 and 4 per better havo died order James Givens sold to Camemsch A cent. and without credit. Shades of Gaines, in any style, with celery, etc. stull' at 2jc. Reports from Western Kansas show Bro. a lot of butcher Emersou et al forgive the new men. great suffering from tho recent cold S Hamilton Pope, a distinguished law"". va . a . They kuow not what they do. 'fAjw'? "Arv. spell. The poorer classes havo no yer of Louisville, is dead, aged 75. o. . Dwight Root sold to J. W. Adams The Cincinnati Tribune did not fill a money to buy tho necessaries of life and O V long felt want. Leastwise the public Jid are compelled to huddle around the fires 13 hogs, 200 pounds average, at 5c. .fvnu mi iresu anu iinc ana sold at astonishingly low prices. M. F. Elkin bought of Alexander a not regard it as n sine qua non. Suit made of Buffalo grass to keep from hogs at 5c. lot of 200 and has been entered to wiud up its affairs freezing. Candies, Nuts, &c, in great variety and abundance. Come in F COPY8IQHUP. Nj and O. F. Clay has 20 in the 2:30 list and Deputy E. R. Blaine, who has held assess the liabilities of tho stock and have a basket fixed up for your wife or girl. holder?. under six collectors at Lexington, has his eldest foals are only flye years old. at last resigned and a nephow of Col lee K. O. Ward, of Shelby, sold two MEDAL AND At the rate they are going, PennsylB, THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, out of Congressmen. tor Shelby will be appointed in his hogshpads of colory leaf at the Farmers' vania will soon run firHowJclierpinic nnd Urnrrnl stead. Mr. Blaine has accepted a posi- Warehouse, Louisville, at 518 per cwt., For Nyslt-- Lriuratlun. etc. Lilly, who represented the Win. to cmniileiu lliiluei llll.lllHt.l'nil.HU Blmill f.l n. II. ioil on the Cosmopolitan Magazine. He the highest price yet obtained for tho and board, riionograntiy. Type is the third to die since the last tion Wrltlnir and Telesraphytnunbt. Vor circular.. election. is a nephew ot tho late James G. Blaine. 1893 crop. W. K. Willi, 1'rr.lUcut, LczIqkumi, Ur. Stanford, K v., December 5, 6 OR 8 PAGES. EVERY over 400,000,000. In a free tight at Echman, W. Va ., Ave men were killed. M. J. Norton shot J. R. Smith in a drunken row at Louisville. J. A. Dickinson has been appointed a postmaster at A r tennis, Knox coun ty. Haymarket theatre in Chicago was burned Friday. Tho loss is estimated at the Kentucky School SuperintendTho Chineso language is spokon by ents' Union, to bo hold in Louisvillo on of Doc. 28. flightiest Clearance Sale f onsr RECORD. $3,109,-503.2S1.3- 0; Dry Goods, Clothing ....,, loud-mouthe- d - BLANKETS 90C PAIR, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Pror. Manager I. MU6.RUPLEY,- ftftttft igS$h WINTER FALL AND ...... ... GOODS. Walton's Opera House. KosorvGd Soats JZovr on Salo. 1 holi-dpy- s. BEST & NEWLST STOCK OF DRUGS. Hunting Goods, Pipes, Cigars and Tobacco. Wo Bo MfollMJJBEilOTSo Do You Get Good Coffee? f03,-13- 5, six-foo- Cracked Wheat, Oatmeal, 'HomiDy, AI-e- n California Canned and Evaporated Fruits, McKINNET BROS., good-lookin- g PUBLIC SALE. Court-houi- aooDs FAILIL WINTESIEI 8 -- ixriEW All In. Come and See. H. J. McRQBERTS. Never-failin- 77-t- d OYSTERS ! l?'tL j. "i. 300-poun- d VllLKVV 1 psr AlV 1JW0 '.i. '& Fruits of Every Kind, R. ZIMMER. DIPLOMA State-at-larg- e, Splendid Dinner for 25c. '.J,... .u.'.ra'.V ,n JV Wf r- -. - - - -- - - ., ' ' . - w -- f.vMlJ.I t ' - ',. IS ' -S- emi-Weekly Interior Journal TnVold roliablo" Stanford, Ky., December One llfo-- zo portrait given away with every dozen cabinets up till Christmas 5, 1893 at Earp'a gallery. An Opera Company lias written for n Dec. 18, in .Tewplor, Penny. for Xtnns is Hughe? The only place to buy useful presents Santa Claub has made our house his great emporium for useful articles. Coruo it Tate's. This division of tho L. & E. C. Walton, Business Manager date at Walton's Opera IIouso when it will present "Faust." MEANS IUSIHESS. Bup-plic- a Buy your school books nntl school ol all kinds nf A. 11. Penny's. Watciibp, clockH nnd jowelry ropnlrotl nnd warranted. Knnraviiu' n Bpocialty, at A. It. I'onny'ii. Tiik lariat Htock of DrugA, Medicines, Perfumery, Paint nnd Wall Paper at A. It. Penny's. Prescriptions a specialty. Merchants complain ol hard times.. Not bo at Penny's: nlways busy. Ho sells tho best goods at low prices. Do you know Unit right now wo are ready for business, with n grand assortment of holiday gifts? Danks, thu Jeweler. ly It is leas than threw weoks to Christmas nnd the thna is here ngnin for our usual double numbers for thu benefit of holiday advertisers. We will begin next week nnd double tho size of thu I. J. till Dec. ITith. Tliosu who intend to In order that thu room may bo prop take advantage of tho opportunity to adhnvo returned from n visit to relatives at erly prepared for W. II. Wearen A Co., vertise their "Ninas trix" will please noHiistonville. FiiHinoMi, who is clerking for his who have leRHcd it for n term of years, tify us as early as possible. uncle, Mr. A. K. Oibboi.s, of Danville, Mrs. PokioT. Courts is moving the pOHt , Wintsv weathy cninu with tho advent just vaBientThnnksglving at home. ollice to theCirson M. Br.A7.t.KY has ranted the cated by It. Fenzel, w hero bIiu will also of wini. r, climaxing Sunday in the Mus. J worst k' nd of a dny, when it rained, Pcnntnuton renhtancu on lvwt Maid 1 have her millinery. and snowed. Yesterday hutted, fltreet and will keep boarders. Tiik Old Farmer HopkitiH Co. delight-- o wuhhu nuu hat better, but thostreutsaud MiuJ, M. Cook, who was thought to a large audiencu here Thanksgiving roads wero so slick as to ronder locomobe dying when we went to press before, night. Mr. DavuUou is a capital tion dangerous to life and limb. Fair and each performer llta his part nud warmer weather is promised for toi rallied and is now resting easy. that dipt. MlddlesboroNowa hsjs Tin: like n glove. Thu line scenery wliloh day by tho man at Washington, who W. It Fretwell ban been promoted to the troupu carries, adds greatly to thu makes it to order. yard master at Lobnuon Junction. clover ollectof tho play, which is Mu. 11. T. Wilson, the Memphis cm- the O011 estneinud contomporary mingling of the tragic and thu comical. vbtliner, who formerly lived here, is hack ia only rivaled as n Danville Advocate, to feu the- pretty girl he left behind him. The hop whs largely attended, hut it orgin by tho no less esteemed PiKr It. A. Buiiion, of Washington was remarkable how few of whom aru contemporary, thu Courier-Journaboth county, spent Thankegivlng and Friday now termed thu older sot were present. of which fill columns of space with rehere with tho prettiest of brown-eyeThu kids, both inalu nnd female, have ports of thu inurduroud sport. Tho demaidens. tho day hero very decidedly now and feat of thu Central Universities by the Mu. and M lis. G. 0. Kkli.kh, fin, of thu others nru not in it a little bit. The Vanderbilts will givu thu Danville paper Thnnksgiving local orchestra furnished thu music, Hsrrodshurg, enjoyed another chance to crow nnd it may bu with their children, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. 0, which was equal to nny ever given at a depended upon to do it lustily. Keller, Jr. hop here. Sue Pi.aykij Him Fai.sk. Fortune SKNATon A. It. DvciiK.of tho London The trustees of tho common school, C. does not seem to sinilo on Mr. James through Sunday to nttend lcho, pawed ... ...t ...., nnr..ii..i...i II. Holmes, principal, aru very anxious Tepples nnd if he gave nny thanks on .i... in....... to know what scoundrel fired into their Thursday last we'll warrant that they witli Senator 'Sang Digger ljiy. building on Thursday last. Two bullet wero very few nnd far between. Every Miis. I . B. Cook went to Hnrrodabnrg holes are plainly visib'u and bad thu thing was in readiness for his marriage yesterday to nttend the burial of the shots been fired during school hours it Is on Thanksgiving day to Miss Sallio youngest child, n girl, need about two more than probable that somebody years," ol Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Saliee. except Miss Teaterd herself, and as would have been shot. An ellort is beshe was to play quite n prominent role in Mm. Kannik W. Owrns and pod, Ivtl, ing Hindu to find out who the guilty p.ir-tthu marimonial drauiR, thu wedding did have rented Mrs. Knnniu Dunn's propis and if caught, will bu dealt with to not occur. His nephew wtio was in town erty on tint DAt.villu pike, beyond the full extent of thu law. a few thu yeBterday says that Miss Testers called toll gate nud will move into it in Har- nt Mr. Pepplo'a housu Wednesday and days. Raii.hoad Chanok. Capt. Frank J. "P. Sandikkii has accepted the posi- ris, chief train dispatcher, has been found thu old gentleman at dinner. A tion of cashier of thu Ptuuuix Hotel, transferred to tho Lebanon agency, thu lover of buttermilk, ho was Bpilling it His family will remain best on thu Knoxvillo Division, nnd W. all over himself, and whon his iutended Lexington. hsro during the winter. Middlesboro F. Sheridan, of tho IOiiisvlllo dispatch- mot him ho presented anything but n er's ollice, has been made chief diepstch-uni- t neat appearance, with the milk dripping m Nous. Mus. G. 0. Givkns, of Stanford, nnd Rowland. Mr. Sheridan filled this from his whiskers. In his excitement nt bride, he MissSallio Moore, of tt.is city, arrived position Ivforu very satisfactorily nnd thu presence of his would-bWednesday from Crnwfordsville, Intl., his friends will bu glad to have him got up from tho table hurriedly nnd oil where they Imvo been visiting their sis- back, while everybody will regret tho wont tho colleu pot, dishes nnd glass. ters, Mrs. Albert Miller and Mrs. W. W. departure of dipt. Harris nud his ex- Tills was .too much for Mr. Puppies and Goltra. Miss Mooru spent l.'I weeks in cellent wife. They havo been hero for ho let out a few words that did not beCrawfordsvlllo nnd Mrs. Givens wns n number of years nud hnvu made friends come tho occasion. Miss Tenters hurtlieru thrre weoks. Paris News. of nil with whom they hnvu come in ried nwny without saying n word, nnd us Mlllersburg correfpondent of the contact. shu wns'not on hnnd nt tho intemied Tiik News says "Mrs. Steele Bailey, hour it is supposed, said Mr. Popples, Paris Junction City. Tho fellow Salynrds that shu had seen enough nud had deof Stanford, is tho guest of Mrs. T. M. and cided not to marry. This is tho second d. claiming to bufrom Greenu county, Purnell, a former sclioolmatu at to whom the printing outfit of thu Times time that she has played Mr. Pepplea They had not seen each other r This is a bad brenk sure was knocked oil", skipped thu town, leav- falsu and it ia to bu hoped that tho next 10 years." Mrs. Bailey is not that old ing unpaid 'board bills at both dipt. time they decide on a dnto the old nouuh. Richard's Hotel and tho Tribblo House. will be in the middle of n better perhaps by 10 years. Burke Uros. linvo opened n large streak of luck. Mn. Joe F. Watriw, of Stanford, was in the county last week, visiting his sis grocery and feed Btoro at Shelby City. A countiiy Jake, with his hair full of A Mr. Depow, of Tennessee has tor, Mrs. Chap Colemnn. Mr. Waters hnyseeil, having raised $00, moru money paid us a pleasant call Saturday. He is opened n grocery in tho store room rethan hu over hail before in his life, left n newspaper man nnd is connected witli cently vacated by W. T. Rirhardson his homo in Green county to see tho that most excellent contemporary, thu Mrs. dipt. Thomas Richards has been sights of Louisvillo, but ho ran njjround quite sick, but is now much better ISTKiuoii Jouhnal. Mr. Waters wields Mr. W. S. Hilton's health is rapidly fail- the llrst thliiK. A bunko man spotted reada facile miill and is known to our ing nud hu will he compelled to quit thu him as ho camo into the union depot ers under tho pon namu of "Srotnw." Mr. Knibry Ben.- - nnd wns not mistaken in him being a mercantile business Harrodsburg Sayings tojbo head clerk at thu very soft snap. Ho struck up an ley will continue with him in tho usual wny Tribblo House after Jan. 1st, when Mr. CITY AND VICINITY. Tho C. nnd soon hnd tho greeny from Green in Zan Tribblo will tnko charge Danes, tho people's Jeweler. S. mndu an ellort to run its fast trains closest coniidence, so much bo that ho ' to him tho amount of Bin lino of holiday goods at Farris & through Junction City without stopping, communicated money lie had. The fellow then invit L. N. and Capt. Bell, the mail but tbo Hardin's. . ngont, couldn't stand n thought of it nnd ed tho unsuspecting and unsophistica ted fool to take a drink nnd they meanWanted, a good farm hand witli small put n stopj to the proceedings. ISO I. W. P. Tate, Stanford. family for dered to tho nearest bar. Aftor imbibA Lkcturk 'Cou'isk. Messrs. W. 12. ing they started back to tho depot, when Foil Rent. A cottage of four rooms Ellis, Will Sovernnco Clarence 12. Tato an irnto individual accosted tho bunkoist on Logan Avonuo. Mrs. Mattio Novius. nnd W. P. Walton havo formed an asso- and demanded tbo payment of $13. Ho nidn't havo tho change, but did havo n Come and see tlmtliolidny bargains do ciation for the purposo of guaranteeing Bullicient clieck.for lifOKi drawn on nu Indiana exlBt and Unit we; givo them. Danks, to tho Southern Lyceum nmount to cover tho cost of four lectures. bank. "Would greeny let him have 51") tho Jeweler. f Season ticketswill bo sold nt 11.60 for nud take tho check for security." Ho l will kill hogs and clean them for 40 the four, to which tho general admission waslbut too glad to nrcoinmodate tho rents nnd will deliver them to you for 10 will bo CO cents. Thu first entertainment captivating stranger and Iiaudud over cents oxta. Peto Huston. will bo by Fred I). Losey, tho excellent the amount. Tlioy walked on together t" tho depot, when tho man excused MiesLizzikSlaymakkii will tnko or young impersonntorlwho delighted us himself for a minute, but thu minute last year and ho will bo heru Dec. II. derB for oil paintings, crayon or any dec Prof. James Iledloy, whoso lecture was Bped by, hours came nnd went and ''no It orativo art work for Xmas. thought by many to hnve been the best cotueth not" he said. It then begun to . Ho is n of tbo last course, will appear Jan. 20. dawn on the fool's mind that ho had Give our blacksmith n trial. been taken in, nnd vhen ho told his scientific workman nnd his charges aro Hon. II. W. J. Ham, n noted Southern little tnlo of woeto n policeman, tho only orator, comeSiOn(Feb. ID, and Col. L. F. tho sumo as others. Yeagor & Yeager. Cop'eland April 5. It is the desiro to consolation ho got was n suggestion ns to advertisement nud como nnd get each church interested and to select tho proper place to drown himself. It Read our old swindle get n cloak and dress cheaper than you tho most popular ladies from each to Beeins incredible that this & sell tho season tickets. Nothing is more enn bo worked in this day nud genera ever bought them before. Severance improving than a course of good lectures tiou, ns much as tho newspapers havo So. M ry but Buckers nro found ATPenny'ayou will find tbo largest, and it ia to bo hoped our people will told nbout it, day and this item ia printed with styles in avail themselves of the opportunity prebest selected stock nnd latest juat sented to enjoy it. Tho association lost the hopo that it will put people on their watches nnd jewelry. New stock money last year. Don't lot it do so this guard and cause them to have as little received at prices lower than the to do with aflable strnugers as possible. year. B. Tiik boys are so much pleased with tho success of their last hop that they havo PERSONAL POINTS. decided to havo another on Now Year's Thompson, of London, was hero night. II. 0. Friday. Twenty shares of Somerset Hanking CiiAiti.KV IIaydkn is down with If not sold before Co. stock for salu. court day will bu sold to thu highest Mn. anii Miw. J. 0. Floiik.nck went to bidder. J. S. Hughes. Louisville Friday. CiiAiit.KsJ. CnAwroiii), of Rockcastle, Aiteh January 1st, ISlU, I will prowas in town Saturday. ceed to collect thu unsettled accounts in Dh. W. B. Pk.vny has been laid up my hands of Stephens & Knox by law. with rliDumatlsin but in much better. W. II. Higgii.s, Miss Katk Bastis, of Pittsburg, is The attention of Messrs. Itothwell Mieeed Mary Martin nnd Laura nnd Hubble, the Iancaster biligerants, Dawes. Mu. W. AV. Thomas, of Chicago, has is called to the suggestion mado by Edi tor Smith, in thu current issuu of tho been visiting his sister, Mrs. V. B. Ho oilers some exML VernonSignal. cellent advice. Mus. John Ki.mh and Miss Sudio Kills Bet-elvevis-itiii- K and see. Hughes fc Tate. N., 171.17 Tub Lincoln County Building rt Savmiles, is assessed nt 110,000 a mile nnd the Richmond Brnnch of tho K. 0. at ing Association is now issuing a now se55,000. Thero are 3,011 miles of rail- ries of stock. Thoso wanting a enfo inroad in tho Stato. vestment for small amounts, payablo in weekly installments Mn find no better . Have oqened in the Dr. Hocker Store-rooon Depot St. in Stanford. The following will npply to tho coun- Jos. Soverance, President, J. J. Mcltobty court next Monday for license to sell erts, Secretary, W. M. Bright, Treasurer. liquors: A. It. Penny and J. P. Crow, as MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. druggists, J. 11. Carter nnd It. T. Smith Gutters, Spouting and Repairing also. Any article in the tinners' line ns merchants, and Henry Hester as a Tho8. J. Aldrldge, of Garrard, 57 made to order. , A share of your patronage is solicited. manufacturer and Curtis Gover as yenrs old nnd n widower, nnd Mrs. Baker, .13 nnd n widow, united their meeting Friday night tho destinies nt W. G. Miller's yesterday. At their Tho engagement of Mies Dollie Hlg Hog trough iron, coal buckets, shovels, pokers, fire sets, lard cans, Knights of Honor elected tho following ollicers for tho ensuing year: Prof. J. bco, lato society editor of tho Courier-Journ- stove pipes, &c. Our prices will be 20 per cent, lower than the lowand nuthoress of tho novelette est. Terms Cash, Strictly Cash. M. Hubbard. P. I).; W. L. Withers, D; D ; A. 4V. Warren, It.; "In God's Country," to Win. Geppert, It. C. Warren, V. Geo. D. Wearen, F. It; J. J. Mcltoberts, a music denier nt Atlanta, is announced, tho wedding to occur in tho nenr fuTreasurer. NEW TIN BIMDPo Waters & Hackney TIN AND IRON SHINGLE ROOFING. 3 hotel-keepe- r. Al-ic- o Both. "Work and Material Guaranteed. al, N. olllciulsaud tho griovnnco Miss Jennie Mitcholl'a breach of committee of trainmen hnvu fixed next promieo suit against the Sultan of Johore Saturday as thu day for n conferoncu on has been dismissed by tho Court of tho tho question ol n restoration of wnges, Queen's Bench, on tho ground tint tho tho company having promised to restore Sultan is n reigning sovereign, to try them in case tho earnings showed suf- whom tho court has no jurisdiction. So The L. ture. fc Great S laughter, ficient increase. m storu-room- nit-tile- d 1 com-media- n 11 foot-ba- ll l, Tea-tor- s, y tho jocund Jnhorist can continue to trifle with thu nflectioim of unsophisticated females without let or hindrance. Tho marriayn of Miss Hattiu Duke, of this city, nnd.Mr. L. Tarlton, of Lex ington, which has been announced to tske plnco nt tho F'rst Presbyttrinn church on Tuesday, Cth, on account of thu death of .Mies Mary Duke, will bo quietly solemnized at thu residence of Miss Mattiu Allen, in the presence of n few relatives nnd intimnto friends. Danville Advocate. Joseph A. Shannon nnd Miss Lnlio Mornn, of thoMilledgevillo section, eloped to JeHVrsonvilleand wero married by the old Squire that does most of tho splicing in that popular Gretnn Greeri. When tho couple left tho bride's homo it wns with tho avowed intention of going to an entertainment nt Hustonville, but thov wpnt to Junction Citv instead nnd took tho train for Louisvillo. Tho Cincinnati papers givo sensational accounts of tho eloncment and marriage of Mr. J. Beccher Adams and Miss Blanche Twidwell, both of tho West End of Lincoln and Mr. Adams' maneu-vre- s aro mado to appear quite amusing. But it was the first time he ever attempted such n thing nnd his excitement and anxiety were natural under tho circum stancts. Tho reason for tho elopement is that thero wns decided opposition to tho marriage on tho part of the bride's mother nnd sisters, but love doesn't take such inings into consideration aru as tho young lady seems to be satiefied and happy, it is hoped that her folks will taku n philosophical view of the matter nnd nt least endure witli the best graco possible what they can not cure. Thu bridu is petitu nnd pretty, very nttrnc tivefnnd lovable, highly accomplished and wealthy. Tho groom is n eon of Squiro L. B. Adams nnd a worthy young man, who deserves tho congratulations ho is receiving for having won so charming a wife. Mny neither ever hnve cans to regret tho momentous step they took, but ever hnvu reason for "thnnksgiv-ing.- " The axe this week and next will be dripping with the gore of slaughtered prices. Children's Short Cloaks, former price $5, reduced this week to $2. Misses Long Cloaks, former price Sio and $12, reduced now to $8.50. Misses $6.50 and $7 cloaks, reduced to $5, and a proportionate reduction will be made on all Ladies' Clcaks. Our finest 131ack Cloaks that were $20, can now be bought for $1 3 50. And do like so do, pay 25 per cent, more for goods than home prices. Sad to tell, many who would have merchants to assist in supporting every thing at home, never assist them in business that they woukl be able to do so. If you need k t Ei Of After Sin Mi the-grea- CLOAKS, OVERCOATS, Mens Suits, or Shoes and Boots, or Hats, you should come and look through our stock before buying. We have some mens' and boys' t odd clothing that goes at half price. Santa Claus has made us distributing center for all things in our line. Towels, table linen napkins, shopping bags, mufflers, underwear, comforts, blankets, silk and linen handkerchiefs, nice dress goods, and in fact all the useful articles and the stuff that will do you good after Xmas is gone. Buy useful presents for your friends then you will be remembered long after Santa has gone. M 'i HUGHES & TATE. Will be delivered right at your door on the following days or the day thereafter. You will not be disappointed. It will be out your way as follows: Crab Orchard and Preachersville Pikes Dudderar's Mill Pike Lancaster Pike Danville Pike Hustonville Pike Somerset Pike Stanford Rowland Every Monday Every Tuesday Every Wednesday Every Thursday Every Friday Every Saturday Every Saturday Every Wednesday ALBERT HOMMEL, Rowland, Ky. e .N'KW ADVERTISEMENTS. .MEW DHUQ STORE B Clover Hav For Sale. Kithcr baled or unl.ilcil. Will deliver either to Kowlaod or Stanford, l'nce very low. So in E 11. IIEAZt.EY, Stanford, Ky. I have bought the stock of goods of M. L. Bourne and thoroughly renovated the house and stock of goods and added full line of Drugs, Ve are now thoroughly prepared Notions, Glass, Paints, Oils, etc. to wait on our friends. We have a large stock of Spectacles. Bollo-woo- IFor Heart for 1894:. 107 acres ol landuitlia large house. Situated in Rowland and now occupied by J. W. Adams, and known as the Hodemer la.m J.S. OWSLEY, Trustee, So 4t Stanford, Ky, Particular Attention Paid to Physicians' Prescriptions. Best of Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes. we will sell at bottom prices. "' gen-tloma- u All of which For Sale or B.ent. MY BRICK LIVERY STABLE, Situated on Depot Street In Stanford, Ky., or I will exchange lor real ettatc in Lincoln county. 801m J N. MKNLFKE, Stanford, Ky. Give us a call. Do not Forget This I. We are always glad to sec you. 2. No trouble to show goods. 3. If you don't see what you want, ask for it. 4. Lowest cash prices for the best goods. 5. Full assortment always on hand. 6. To please our customers is our greatest delight. v W. L. Connkr, Reg. Pharmacist. S. G. HOCKER, M. 3D. -- 2TOTICE. baing claims azaiixt the estate of D Slauirh er. dee'd. will file the same tiropcr- ly ccruncu to aim proven wun me oy tan. I, '?4- nny one knowing nimself to he imlebud to Uie otatc ill call and fettle Immediately. R. II. I1RONAUGH, Admr., Crab Orchard, Ny 79 im Alt persons w H. WEAREN & CO a -- Hcaequartcrs for-- I t (, STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS Of all kinds. m m A BIG OFFER. I will give free of charge The most complete line of 11 ONE To eery 111 75-t- LIFE-SIZE- D PORTRAIT, HEATING Ever in Stanford. B. B. KING. : STOVES GEORGE B. I'REWITT. T person that will have one doen of my fine cabinets made up till Christmas day. 1 have a sample of the poitrait at my gallciy that I propose to givo away. Come and see wh.it a gift you gel wun every ucicn tauiueis, r Prices according to the times. A. J. KAHP, Stanford, Ky. I T HDross-Malring- '. KING & PREWITT. MORELAND, KY., We have opened up a nice line ol in MRS. COREY SAUNDERS, Dress-Makltij; Of Cincinnati, has located in Stvifnl for the Estabpurpose of conducting a lishment, bhe Is fully converant with all the styles and In cutting uses the Fren. h tailor System. She can be found at Mrs. Win. Rice's on Lower Main btreet, where she will be glad to have the ladies call on tier. 77-i- m Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, We are daily receiving our Fall Goods, which we are marking down lower than ever. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you money. 5TWc are opening up a splendid line of Fall.Millinery. We liave for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. TO THE LADIES. Having secured the services of Miss Mattle Allen from Cincinnati as Trimmer for this seavjn, I to Inspect a carefully selected stock ol Millinery at prices to suit the times. The ladles are tnviteu to see my nice, new line ol Stamped Linen and Embroidery Material. MISSLICCIE BKAZLEV. Stanford, Ky. ey-e- rnnliallv invite the ladles 'I VI Corn Wanted. low-ea- t. KING cfc PREWITT. .a ' .s Jl ki y ok t ijkx- - J ' M 1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal The TOUGH TIMES. ffon of Tho corner lamppost nt West Madison " London, - - KENTUCKY. .AJD VVN03U and Carpenter streets nlmosfc hid him $2 PICK. Y3CAR IX froin view. IIo was a mito of a thine;, Renttrd and refurnished and in evcrr When not so paid 32.50 will be charged.hut inured to llfo'a hardships at least pared to attend the wants of the publi c. very reasonable one would jndgo so from his soliloquy. I IIo wore pair of eoino ono clso's cast " an everyday occurrenco for largo fields K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. off trousers, likewise a D. S. of horses, overyono of which could beat old stand ol J. U. Green, In Persons having claims against the cttatt of C At the 2:30, and quito a number of which wcro Train leaves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning Hrbwn, dee'd, will present them properly proven at j:ro p.m. capablo of a inilo in 2:20, to start for - - Kentucky, by ret), 1, nji aivl tnote who owe it win come Hustonvlllo, forward and settle at otlce. purses of $300 or 100. It is on record L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7JMt J. . 11ROWN Admr , Would be glad to see his numerous (nends and that, a mile closo to 2:13 has boon trotted Pleasant Point, Ky. Futni-rhrshow themlus stock of goods consisting ol ..l 7 pm Mail train going North for n $300 purse, nnd in tho faster classes Saddlery. Hardware, lluggles and Farming South " " ..........113 pm Implements. Give him a call. . i 5 P" on tho programmes this summer tho train " South I ci it Norths .......3310 number of heats better than 2:20 whero .......9 36 a m Lcal Freight North........ . ....STANFORD tho consideration in tho way of a purso ....307pm South. The latter trains also carry pastengers. was remarkably small would mount up All persons Indebted to the eitate of Miss Kste Solar The above is calculated on standard time. Swope will please settle on or beforo December 1, sale into tho scores. (at is about 10 minutes faster. next and those having claims against her will preDown nt LaPorto, Intl., for instance, sent them properly verified for payment to the At John Mjnefec's new brick on Depot stieet, by ur.lcrsljnM by that time. V. M SWOPE, CRESCENT ROUTE. QUEEN & on tho Fourth of July, thero wits n free l Adtnr. to all raco for tv $300 purs-e- . So good n W. RAMSEY, Trains pass Junction City as follows: horso as Jalisco was tho winner, but ho No. , Vestibule Limited. 11.50 I had to step tho opening milo in 2:20J- nnd Who will at all times b glad to accommodate all a. m.; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, .5.- - m.; No. 3., m i with good rtgs at reasonable rates. My 'Huiwill Express, 11 7 a. m No. 7., Local, tho second in 2:19. By winning tho New Orleans Mr J P. lllalrt. an eitensive real eitate dealer sS 11. 11 p.m.; No. 9., Blue Grass Vestibule, 8.40 p. raco ho received first money, $150, out of In Des Moines, Iowa, narrowly escaped onr of meet all K. C. trains. My two farms, adjoining. Very nesr M. . . . . . the station One or either of them. One con-- No. a, Vestibule Limited, 0.4s which camo n 10 icr cent entranco feo of the severest attacks of pneumonia a while in blis North bound. SPLENDID FARM pattol that State during recent taining a little over 91 acies, the other no acres northern ntgm.; No. .4., Fast Mail. .5J P " had coat and a hat that permitted his eyes $30, making tho net sum paid to tho best sard, says the Saturday Review Mr Hlalsenorm All highly improved with good residences, barns, co Limited, 2.17 a, m., io. ., L.OCBI, a. 35 a. w.i to drive several miles duting the Ac Call and sr them t,ooo young bearing to seo only by tho grace of his cars act- horso $120. To get tho animal in shapo occasion to thoroughly chilled that he wis unable No. 10, Ulue Grass Special, 0 a ra. and Mas Iruit trees, apples ahd peaches on the 01 acre for a first class performauco such an toget warm, andinsideof an hour after his reing ns its support. larm Old age and Infirmities my reason for waulIwill sell privately of turn bo was ing 10 sell. All unincumbered. Ho smoked tho butt of a cigar ho had ono as would win, it was necessary that pneumonia orthreatened wiih a severe cue the lung feer. Mr Illsliesent to I) M. CREIGIITON, gathered in from tho front of n saloon, ho should reach tho track at least ttwo nearest drug store and got a bottle ol Chamher-laln- My;Splendid Farm of 150;Acros, Klngsvllle, Ky, Couch Hemedy, of which he had olteti days ahead of tho raco. nnd between puffs and expectorations of large dotes, lie Situated ijf miles South of Stanford. This farm heard, and took a number It costs something to ship horses, nnd says the effect v. as wonderful and in a short time liina high state of cultivation and has plenty of ho bewailed his hard fato thus: JOHN B. DoNARDI, All in grass cuille yor nro dead tough times an then thero is a driver nnd rubber who he was breathing aud ca.lly. He kept on tak- the best ol water.improvements. but 40 acres. Has "Deso the next day was able to the very best of ing the medicine dero'a no inistako about it cider. Do ol must bo paid all tho timo, nnd altogether come to Dea Moines. Mr. lllaire regards his cue T47-w. W. HAYS, Mantord, Ky. Carriage Painter and Triramor, kltvtnlw Wftni1trf ill. man dono got a run to do pen an do olo it is pretty hard to figure out how tho fetan- Druggist, All of vehicles painted trimmed and re For lady is tempranced. Dat.sottles mo boor owner of a horso that wins $300 purses lord. sale by W 11. McKoberts', J. H. SOWDER. pairedkinds W. II. MILLER. In style Plain and ornamental is goiug to mako both ends meet in his m Mens Satisfaction guaranteed In both workmanracket at home. ship and price. Shop on main street, over Wm. MILLER & SOWDER, "Den dero's mo chum, Jerry, he'fl horso speculation. Tho troublo is there Electric Blttors. Daugborty's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky, packed his freight for Kalamazoo, and is so much trottiug that tho purses must This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who -:- s necessarily bo smnll nt Jimmy, he's gono to Paris, mo little sisof have used Electric ISittcrs sing the same song of not exist ter's skipped do gutter (too good for dis tho places whero meetings aro given, for praise. A purer medicine does claimed. and it is Electric to do world, anyway), do olo cat's dead, an tho simplo reason thnt tho attendauco is guaranteed cure allall that is the Liver and Brokors, Doalors diseases of flitters will JIbsoIatefy JLLLICO, TENNESSEE, will rcmovo Pimples. llolls.Salt llheumand Eomo sneaker dono stolo mo dog. What's bound to be moderate and tho gnto re-- - KENTUCKY other affections caused by impure blood; will STANFORD, ceipts correspondingly light. do uso in livin, anyway? as system and prevent Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. Ono troublo is thnt n man with n 2:20 drle malaria from tho fc ers For cure ol "Dcu dey had to go an chango do cop- malarial Office Interior Journal Ilutlding. Comtipation and Indigestion, try Electric A cream of tarter baking pow- pei on our beat, an dat new cop gavo trotter or 2:13 pacer will generally keen wcllascureall guaranteed or money Hitters. der. Higest of all in leavening mo n camp in do pants last night dat campaigning such nnnnimal at n loss relunded. Entire satisfaction$1 per bottle at A. R. The best hotel the city the only one with Prico 50c and SALE. a sample rom forIndrummers andKspecia attention rather than sell him for road nso nt the Penny's drug store. strength. Latest United States loosened do front buttons o' my galluses. to the Iraviliog public. Kates f j. . Dere's no livin around where doro's a now prico tho market offers. Everybody t Fine lllue Grats Farm ol 3))H " 00 PlV Government Food Report. It Should Bo in Evory Houso who has had to do with tho trotting aud finely imprcveu. copper. Den Ella Sweeney, my solid Sharpsburg, Pa 171 Clay J. SOYAL'.BAKINCUPOWDER 00., girl, dono got thick wid dat dudo, Jliko turf knows this knows thnt thero is says B. Wilson, bo withoutstreet, King's New Dist a. Farm of 100 acies, finely Improved. Offered THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Dr. he will not .nover a meeting, big or Binall, but that covcry for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, tha a: low pnc.. Casey, and shuck mo dead cold. Dat's 108 Wall St., New York. with pnvus was somo unfortunate moro likely half n it cured his wife who of Lathreatened when vatiou bad. I to'fc n heap o dat girl. Grippe 4. Fine lllue Grais Farm, of 10s acres, In high monlaaltcran attack dozen of him must be nssisted by other remedies and several physicians had dono stale ol cultivation, well improved ottered low "Yes, t'ings are gettiu dead tough Call at the room and see the of Cooktport, Pa , her no nood. around yero. But what makes mo feel friendly hnnds to reach "tho next town," ri.im.iii.inr.Robert lUrber, Dueoverv has done Kttiff'i New Farm or its acres, SURGEON DENTIST. j grass land ; will sellnesr k. k. sisiiou. umra Lnrgost and Boat Soloctod cheap. doworso ain't any of deso t'ings. No, whero "I'll havo n protty good horso nnd him more good than anything he ever used for blue r Office over McRsberts Drug; StoreinCthe new dat is all bad enough, but when I I.unir Trouble sominc line 11. iry 11, Large Stock sneaked got a pieco of tho purse. on pike, two drug store. Owsley Building, at 7. lllue Grass farm ol ns acres, Whnt owners wnnt to leant is to sell trial bottlesand A. R. Penny's in do houso las' night an do olo woman miles from htanlord ; good Illuegrsss laud; low Of Millinery In town, The goods and prices are Si. bottles 50c St in ford. bound to pleat )ou. prico and on easy terms. caught mo an mado mo got into n tub o' tho first timo n fair prico is offered, re10 MRS. P T. COURTS. Wren on a visit to Iowa, Mr. W. K. Dalton. of membering that oven what most of them water an wash meself, dat broko me 8 to is. Town lots in Stanford In areas; to suit Luray. Rusiell Co., Kansas, called at the labora purchasers. uuw heart. I want to die now. Jes' t'ink of would consider tho insultingly small tory ot (jnambcriam v.o., ies jioinc, boy, whose life acre fine larm wit exce lenj itl I was called 'dudo' t'reo times com-i- amount of $1,000 is better to havo in tho them his Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,had been 17. it havsaved by tiling and other Iwillonenon Tanuarv lith. iSat. a free blocks. I can't stand dat. I house than a 2:20 trotter that can hardly ing cured himof a very severe attack of croup mill. d from btantord. Improvements, on pike, Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity of keep oven when ho wins, whllo as soon Mr Daltoa is certain that it saved bis boy's life 4 miles t'ink I'll havoto hit do road." Jersey milk to the people of stanlora ana Is in his pratseol the Remedy st Large blue grass larm, capable of division NICIIOLASVII.LK, Jessamine County, Ky., at the following prices, delivered: And lighting n fresh butt from tho ono as he is out of tho first flight thero is a and enthusiastic B. Mclloberts, Druggists, Stan- Into smaller farms. Desirable In every partibu For sale by V lar. Offered low and on very easy terms. so centa ho had been smoking ho pulled liis hat big deficit every week. Tho times are ford, Kv. per gallon Fresh Milk, . to centa down over his oyes and stolo off up an such that prices running well into tho Skimmed Milk, p?r gallon frame building; well finishsi.Good Buclclln'B Arnica Salve. & 8 centa alley. Main street, in Eastern part of Stanioad. thousands wjll no longer bo given for Butter Milk, per gallon Chicago Tribune. The best sstve In the world lor cuts, bruises ed on front, too back. Will ssli at a bargain. t$ leet sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chaproad horses unless tho speed nnd other Iwill make two trip dally. The patronage ol the and all skin erup chilblains, Room 5, Farmers Exchange Hank. Hanging Fork i ublic is solicited. J G. A. PEYTON, qualities are of nn exceptional charac- ped hands,poiitively curescorns or no pay requir7 Small farm of 19 acres on A Cheap Chrysanthemum. piles, tions and Stanford. Ky yr. Will exchange for suial house and lot or sell at i guaranteed to 1,'iv perfect aalislactlon Will "Whero on earth did you get that ter. Thero nro entirely too many 2:30, ed. IDs Price sj cents per boa. low price on easy terms. Stock, Grain, Market and Tobacchrysanthemum? That's a buto largest 250 nnd 2:15 horses produced every year or money refunded For sale by A. R. Penny, Sunlord, Kr. so. Small firm ol So acres, s miles Irom Stanford I over saw. It seoms to mo you'ro get- for tho prico of them not to bo affected. co Farms in the Blue-Gras- s bargain. wclltmproved,ata ting protty extravagant theso hard times. It is not eo very many yenrs ago that tho F. B. RILEY.lProprletor, on Hanging Fork, near to 31 Farm No florist would think of selling a flower entire ztfu list urn not contain as many In the Fine lllue grassland, VARNON, Turnersville of withacres Improvements and nice Always fortorssle. Also Timber Landssolicited.mounWALLACE - - - Kentucky. like that for less than $1. tains good names as thero were trotters beat 2:30 tale. Correspondence London, frosts on pike, young orchard. Price low. the office or Coun-tGeorgo One dollar? Why, this ono last season for tho first time. That tolls Is a candidate for I have moved to my new Hotel iand am better of democratic parand cottage, nicely and nrenired than ever to accommodate the public- didn't cost mo 1 cent. Get a fresh ono tho story. Thero is n good market for ty. Judge; subject to the action 3s. Hotel, Good'Livery attached and every convenience de- everj' day if I wish. conveniently located, near depot In London, Kv. trotting speed right now, when everya call.jKn In cottage, dwelling, four tired. Giveme Nine rooms in body admits that times are hard, but it FRANK RIL.KY. Will How's that? btore house of 3 rcoras All new buildings. Also V. GIVENS good barn. Lot 700 x 300 feet. Fine location lor George I gp into tho kitchen nt tho is at prices consistent with tho facts in snd hotel. Will sell cheap an I on easy terms. la a Candidate lor County Judge of Lincoln, sub- store boarding house, tako a handful of cold Uio case. Breeder's Gnzetto. .ANFOKD, KV., ol the Democracy. ject to the action slaw, tio it together with a piece of ! Pkbso.val: Hear in mind one thing, that thread, and thero you are. Exchange. FIRE AND STORM O. if business, pleasure, or necessity coIIb A Careless Youth. Is a candidate for Jailer, subject tothe action of At our Fruit Farms aud Nurseries one mile West you away from homo at anv time, bo This Hotel, renovated Is now "Cholly's in disgwnco nt tho club particular, to have your route fully decid the Democratic party He would appreciate jour of Kingsville, Lincoln county. We have as fino ia my charge and i intendand refurnished, so as to to conduct It ...Representing vote. stock 01 Fruit Trees as any man ever handled, not only maintain its hlch reputation, but to add again," said Willio Wibbles. ready lor transplanting nto orchard and garden to Its long list ol friends, bpecial accommoda"Dealt! Dealt! Yon don't say so. He's ed upon and arranged before starting Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; this Kail Orchards of Apples and Peaches will tions for commercial travelers and fine rooms for Many things should be taken into con JOHN M. JOHNSON be assorted to suit customers at I10 per hundred th. dlsploy of samples. always in twouble, isn't he? It was only nice, the varieties the belt Every'Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; lawst week Assessor of Lincoln rcounty The trees ate to male home attractive and the that ho came out without sideration, especially tho inducements Is a Candicate for ol thing needed .'AlFirst-Clas- s For circulars Saloon children happy will be found here offered by tho Wisconsin Central Com- subject to the actloc the Democratic party. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; his twousahs wolled up." address J. A. MtKKEft CO.. Ky. And IlILLlARDand POOL ROOMS attached pany to thoeo who wish to visit St. Paul, "It's worso this time." Kingsville, 64 Ins. Co. of North America. JOSEPH COFFKY. A. GIVENS "How!" Minneapolis, Aehland, West Superior, Companies. 1 would Ail or which are county, sub"This morning he forgot tobwnshnnd Duluth or any point in Wisconsin. o nmy friends in this line. Pol. be pleased to wait Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln icics promptly issued. Will insure against tornaof the Democratic party Washingcomb his chwysanthemum." Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Their trains leave Chicago at conven- ject to the action does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning ton Star. charge. without additional ient hours. Their equipment is unsur-pa.-sOSUu-a-t Minersaad shippers ol the GKNUINK National Bank, Manlorc. first Ono on Hick. by any line in the Northwest. Full stocks cf fruit and ornamental trees, grape to the action cf vines, asparsfiii, small Iruits, shrubs, and every, "Some peoplo aro much moro fortu-nat- o Cor.I. Closo connections are made ut St. Paul Is a candidate for Jailer, subject. thing usually feund In a nursery c.tabllshmr-ntin their marriages than others," and Minneapolis, with tho various lines the democratic party. We m;11 direct to the planter and have no agents. Trr it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford Jand Catalogue on application biiec-reHicks. "That's tho only reason Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and rail- II. F. HIL1.KNMKVKR, roau crossing. G. why I don't consider matrimony n fail- running to all California and Pacific Lexington, Ky. Having purchased the 6 IIICCINS A WATTS. Coast points. ure." Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject o the action of Ask your nearest ticket agent for full the Democracy, "You aro very right thero," said Sirs. Hicks. "Hero in onr own family yon information, and be pnrtioular to eeo Of J. W. Ramsev, lam Increasing the stock as got mo, but I I only got you." Har- that your tickets read via the "Wisconf st aspossible anil will soon have it sin Central Linwi. .las. C. Pond, Geul. per's Bazar. McKINNKY, KY. Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action Pass. Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. Parof the democrtcy. . No l'luce Tor Exercise. I have bought above nientionedJHotel at tickets and have attached a First Littlo Boy Has you folks got a Touiiist'b Rates. Bound-trito Lookout Mountain, Tenn., Florida nnd Call at my store on Lancaster street and I will piano Inmp? First-Clas- s Bar and Fool Hoom. sake it to your interest to trade with me. Georgia points, Asheville, N. C, New Is a Candidate for Assessor, subjeclitojtne act!ou Secoud Littlo Boy No. Have repaired and refurnished the Itwtcl and First Little Boy W'at do you do w'en Orleans, La., Mexico City, Havana, etc., of the Democratic party. W.C. HUTCHINCS. you wants to climb? Good News. atn better than ever 3 will be placed on h tie by the Queen & A. G. Lanham E. D. Propared to Accommodato the Crescent Route on and after Nov. 1st, at John' II. Cattleman. English ns It la Understood. to the office oT Asgreatly reduced rates. The Q. & C. is is a candidate for Public. "I insist upon your leaving tho houso," noted as running solid vestibuled trains sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to action of the Hpecial attention to Commercial Men. sho said angrily. democratic party. Florida and Fine Livery and Feed Stable attached, "Certainly," ho replied blandly. "I to the Southern New Orleans. Direct line Tourist Resorts. Fiuest to AThavo no intention of taking it with me." trains in the South. Ask your agent DAWSON, JF.S ROUT, Detroit Free Press. Crescent; for tickets over the Queen Barber Shop, for Jailer, subjoctjto thectlon of Jesso Thompson'3 Is acand'date lie will quoto you rates or you can the dimocracv. Went Well Together. W. O. Rinearson, G. P. A.,Cin There are three ol the best Barbers in the State There are alto excellent Hath Rooms run in Miss do Yero Tho dudo with tho red O. Agent lor Islington SteamLaundry. BAILEY, proposed to that Slonderly girl. hair has "My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has Juit re No Quarter of Dolly Dauzer I don't wonder. She's Is a cindidate for Jailer, subject toj thejjaction turned Irom the cities with an elegant line of, mil' linery, embracing thin enough to mako a match. Music will do you as much good as the one the old Jeffersonlan democracy. that huyB Dr. Price's PleaBant Pellets. MANAGERS, and Drama. ALL OF THE NOVELTIES This ia what you get with them: An B. absolute and permanent cure for constiCommerce Building, Louisville A Proviso. Of the season, of which she will have lull control' Bilious Attacks-Jailer, subject lo the action of Is a Candidate-fo- r Old Gentleman So yon'd liko to be- pation, Indigestion, ane also engaged a Agents throughout the South. the Democracy. Sick and Bilious headaches and all decomo my Firt-Olas- s of the liver, stomach and Dress-Makesir, if you can rangements just temporary relief and Mr. bowels. Not W. W. HAYS, W. JL TRIBBLI, Local Agont, afford Harduppe Yes, it. Brooklyn Lifo. Call and examine my stock of Milliner before then a worse condition afterward but buying and leave your order for your dresses. Is a candidate lor ailer, subject to the.(action ol STANFORD, KY. help that lasts. Thanking you for past favors we solicit ime. sj the dcniociacy. Disputed Ownership. Don't hawk and blow and spit, but MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR. use Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy and bo cured; 50 cents; of druggists. -- Published Every Tuoaday and Friday n Smnll Hoy Himself. n Itelntrrt by 11 Trotter? "Aro thero too many trotters in the country?" nsked a breeder tho other day. That depends upon what standpoint tho matter is looked at from. So far ns tiio earning capacity of tho nverago first class trotter is concerned tho good ones, mind you, not tho failures it is not worth talking about. Sinco tho trotting campaign of 1893 opened it has been Aro There Too Many "hand-me-down- f s CJSouth-boun- J. 1 Tho finest train in America Is conced od to bo tho Southwestern Limited via BIG FOUK KOUTJ3 to Now York and Boston. This mnsniflcont Wagner Train has been built especially for sorvico between Cincinnati, New York nnd Boston, running through Bolid to these cities with, out chango of cars. Composed of Coaches, Wagner Sleeping Caro, Library and Cafe Car, nnd Hotel Dining Car it has becomo latnoiiB. Complete in tho all of its appointments it is "king of tho road." It leaves Cincinnati at 0:00 p. m. daily from Central Union Station, making connections with nil through trainafrom tho South and lands passengers in New York City nt Grand Central Station, avoiding ferry transfer, When you go East tako this trnin. D. B. Martin, General Passenger nnd Ticket Agent. E. O. MeCoruiick, Passenger Traffic Manager. Elo-gant to-da- y THE OLD ZA-CKSOIT NOTICE. firm ol Alford & McAfee, McKln-nehas dissolved and the accounts of the aim are in Mr. Thomas Walker's hsnds for collection. with Ifrouare in debt to the firm.ple.se hiiu, as woare anxious to Ret our business clotud A I.II'OKU. CKOKOIC up. W.M. McAFKK, McKinncy, Ky HOTJSE, SAM II. WARNACK, Pror. ypre-Rates The Livery y, 74-- 4t CARPENTER, NOTICE well-know- n e. 47-- NOTICE uw, mi m J. mm, Pro'r., 7J-- FOR, J SALI f ... Kings-vll- l. 5 1 -- For Sale Cheap Privately. 'a 73-- tf fi first-clas- s nine-tenth- REAL ESTATE Md-ne- s, and Th.o Florono Sotl, si-oi- n Pure Head-ach- e, PROPERTY FOR otRip a. s. price:, J post-offic- e n Ninety-thre- e 1 First-CIa- sa J. T. FARRA, How-lan- d two-sto- ry m mm ikhe mi, SUS i oi-- THE RILEY HOUSE E. y ttort-hou- s JAMES THE GOFFEY HOUSE J. H. BAUGHMAN, INSURANCE AGENT P. HUFFMAN Fruit Trees For Sale JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. first-cla- ss J. 37-- tI Orchard, Lawn, Garden. . ed DINK FARMER W. DEBORI) I COME to SEE ME. : Original Jellico 68-i- m Grocery Business M.F. ELKIN, Commercial Hotel, Complete in Every ticular. ( p JNO. BRIGHT KENNEDY, ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Insurance Company W.L. -- ,'; C""P""I" f v ( nil-dre- ss cin-nat- i, BARBEE&CASTLEMAN JOHN XTw Millinory. " JOHN MERSHON . BAIIS THE JEWELER. -:- son-in-la- STANFORD, I r. Stock Most Complete JAPANESE) PETER HAMPTON, SAMM. OWENS, Xoxfa of Ointment. .J?LSw.254,CoroP'6te Treatment, consisting o UrroaiToniS8 .Capsule of Ointment and two ir A Cart) for Piles vr7in".,U8 and degree. It weEeu an operation wiUi cr Injections .-of.carbolio acid, whkk .. .r. luilnfnl anil MMnM never-fallln. xir CURS tu Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action ot the democracy. JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEAOER. YEAGER & YEAGER, UVS&7, FESO AND SALS STaBLS, Prevenlerf, OUUO IPATinNCuIcd' PIB Liver Pellets b; Japanese lhoproat LIVER eud STOMACH M.O ULATOH and CI OOD PURIFIER. Small, mild and pleasant to Xd.o,flfpedaUy adapted lor cbilJrca'a mo, WDoioe t&ci-nts- . 0UA3AKTE23 Jsanod only by Vim lerriDie aisenaav W crunrn tioxea to ours any onto. Voa only pay for benefits received, box, 6 for $3 by mwl'. ttample Irto, Guarantees issued by our apeuts. When When When When Baby was sick, we gavo her Castor!. sho was a Child, sho cried for Castoria. she becamo 3tfcM, sh clung to Castori. she had Children, ho gfvothem Caatorfa. ject Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, to the action of the democratic 1 rimary. sub- T. D. NEWLAND, ject to the action of the democratic primary. Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub limi OILVERWAH' STANFORD, B.Y. . We'are in our new stable in the Opera Hous Blockland are well supplied with First Businoss Man (in a big hurry) Beg pardon, sir, but that's my boy! Second Business Man IIo may bo your boy, but liv J my waiter. Hurper'a Weekly. A. R. PENNY, Vff Stanford For a tore throat there is nothing better than a flannel bandage dampened with Chamberlain's Pain Ualro. It will nearly always effect a cure in one night's time. This remedy is alio a favorite lor rheumatism and has oired manysevero cases. Drug50c bottles for sale by YV. B. McRoberts, gist, btanlord. T. J. HATCHER Is a Candidate far Jailer of Lincoln county and asks his friends not to commit themselves to any one else, as he is forced to stay at home and work. His candidacy is subject to the action ol the Democratic party. Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. NEW RIGS AND:BOR8ES; Have been purchased and nothlngbut uruouis win leave iht.stable. first-cla- Give them a Call. ,( S'