You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894112001 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 1894 $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. ?y?5yiV5?!iiy55My grrMTw Wimsryy yiy-"'yV-i jfj.?St " -- - 'r,syf-- r w I1!! p - T()P7iKr ,rr:J!p' "W'iki""11 r-"- JiHr-wrt- - - jDib -- - if-"- r "r- - ' ay 'y - Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXII. -.. jonnson a .I.-.-- Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1894. FARM RtiU TRADE ITEMS. ; , !? NO. 76 rl n cuuse mr uomg uver ..-. - i to me i- en- r- - HUBBLE. CHURCH jftFFAIRS. Flvo red bourn for Ba. J. E. Uruce, H. L. White founil n cannon ball ou (Tthe fclltor o the Interior Joutnsl.) bin fwrm a few daye hro. Kinghvu.lk, Nov. 15,Dear Sir Aa Stanford. It in thought that Ed Get re trill havo. you hnve rw fit to nay a great deal in Dtvlsht It ot iwve. na a visit lost recoiil to my conduct In tho lato contest Directum mm i.oHon. week? iifier ht illnetw of m viral weekB. -- Soum of J. .). Walker's largo cattlo Jonuplt (Jolty eold in OiuoitiiiHli a will you bono kind auto rIIow me space ' In your paper to answer bohio ot the ma- - oar load of hoe. at lis. which hu hail iluliornuil tho other tlay A. W. Cnrphfcr Hold to E. V. Leo, died freni thu eflVutn. ny chnrgea made nf;AtnBt mo. I havo always buvti a democrat but if of Boyle, 51 extra export cattle at 4 iW. Dr. Cimk, uf Somewt, whb ihiiodk it tnkea tho endorsement of fraud to Alcantara has had four of his pro-- . us last looking out a location, but mnko n democrat I am no longer a dem- (luce to trot in 2:12 or better this year. m Inn failed to llnd a farm to suit ocrat. JS'ow before tho I'rimary In march Ton Ukst - 8i) anres of uraH nn.t utock ' ,,,H tho other candidates for tint vnrioiiB conn- - land uuar town. Hindi Swirirnnt. Ktim- nm! Dumb ItiRtitute. of '''"' ty olllcea were conmiltod at to who woio ' (on). D.itiville, (Kiiigltt Home olovur and timothoir friends iu tho various voting plneee! -- Thin yenr'e L': 10 list for pacers mm thy hHy in rtiis fwltifinoiit at 40 and 50c in tnu county do Hint tiiov mfulit bureu taina 'JO nniues. John it. Gentry 2:03! per hundred at the eUok. rcauuted in the oftlcern of election I wh leads them all. loin RaiikuiH iviih up tt not consulted and only by itccldeut got Texna is rapidly catching on to aniut moving to the Swopo ono friend na an ollicer at Stanford tho Over 30,000 people attended tho fwrin iitxnu the middle id December. Dr. only one I know of in tho Hlno Grass trotn bold at Dallas. l.eln has hetn wnitim? on Mrs. Fannie country. Tho result wub thoy voted men dnjs. William Kendlgand William Huuh-ma- n Hall 'for from Caeoy county at Iluetonvillound The peoplo regret very much to are in at Dayton, O., for unmerfrom Kockcasltu co at Crnborchiird when cifully driving n horse. liave their deiiuuiratio friends defeated, n thoy Tolled about 100 votes in thitt ThirtythroM homes have trotted In but turu about is fair play and it is to be nnt! about COO at tho fegular Elec-t'o- n 2:10r belter and all but two, I'amlico hoped that our successful republicans when it went republican and I am and Palo Alio, are living. will make us food officers rind above All, reliably informed that there were never Nuncy Hanks is thought to be safely watch the exponas of our county In vaill uegroeH voted at Stanford. in loal to Vatican, i!:2t), siro of Hello Va- rious RflJH. Now that I may make n long story ra U:0SJ and Vassar, pacer, 2:07. Corn has dropped to 85 per bbl. short there were 100 more votes cant in The Stock Farm's table of now 2:30 on this market. Turkeys are flocking in tho Primary than there ever was demo- performers for 1801, now contains the by the tl.oiibaud at Hi per lb. Never crats in the county when the committee names of 2,201 trotters and pacers. has boon a larcer supply of the birds in hud tilled that none but democruta Mere this community. Gentry Bros , M. S. Stem winder, dam untitled to vote eoyou w ill readily mo and Kleclriim 2:20, Is of Directum 2:05J, KriVell and I'M Miner sold a bunch of afe in foal to Dithat tho wholo tiling wnu n fraud and rect 2:05 She will be bred to Diablo hoKS to Win. Mowlam! at 4c null and void Had justice been done in ( , , ! fr wk P'f-Bido- nf makear-rnugeimmt- hotfu-racin- g. Tho Methodist revival at Carlis conducted by Kev. Taliaferro ami Kogg closed with 21 additions. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Tho Ram's Horn pave: "The charity that begins nt homo nud stays at home Sep. 4, 1:894. generally dies of heart failure." A woman preaching is like n dog' Full corps uf Con vrvatory and cormI School teachers. Superior courses In Literature, Music iaa4 Cf "n'n"i! Jcprtment. OaUlogues and circulars furnished on application. walkitlS Oil its hind leg". It is not done "'"' well, but yon tiro surprised to fiud that His wife nnd family have received speclaltrain-fli- p it is doiio at all Johnson. in anil lor College Dr. 12. T. Riueheart, wio has been rhflcitrrlcu'mn wit lm an extended one oml the drill he thorough - no whitewashing, no skimwith Dr. Uarradine for several years, will (KeiMence cf the lite Jame McAlUttr.) ming, no shoddy work will be allftwrd. Clashes will bo Instructed In Higher Mathemahave charge of the music here. Ua is CRAB ORCHARD, - - KY. tics Itcllo Lettres, Natural Science, Mental and said to bo n very fine vocalist. Moral Science, Latin, German, Type Writing, Hook Keeping, Civics, Music, Vocal and Tho Salem church, the largest in Intrumeiital, Taintin?, Ufwin;. &c. The fust term five S. Shelby county, outeido of Shelbyville, DR. PRES., t89t, and second ofterm months will open Sept. to, will clnte the first week in burned. Tho building, organ and furniJune. One week hoiidar at'Christmas. Aulitcil by a Competent Faculty. T1JR.MS, Tuition pei term in first giade, inture are a total loss, and not one rent of A telect school, of high grade, for tho thorough cluding Latin and German 4J" 00 - Stanford Female College, Next Session Begins Tuesday, COLLEGE HOME, J. STAPP, clans-wor- k. 111 Short-Han- d, insurance ji Elec-tlo- training of ynuni; Ift'lien. A lew young sentletnvn approvH moral will tho The protracted meeting at tho Meth ofNumber limited no Idlers be admitted. wanted, Dr odist church will begin next Sunday. tion inStnpp, ibe President, hu since his graduagiven hit entire time aud enermecilcinr, Dr. B. Carradine, of St. Louis, who is gies to the bull'Hntr and management of Collcgnt In the South. During the pat year he filled tho known as the "Apostle of Holiness," will chair of Latrraturo and Natural Sciences In Daughters College, Harrodtburg, and Mrs. Stapp do the preaching. taught Music, 1'ainting, Drawing, Sc, giving Tlio meeting belli by Rev. A. V, general satisfaction to patrons and pupils. Tuition in second grsdo 15 OO Music, Piano. Organ, Guitar, Instruments furnished for practice . ao.oo Short hand, Painting1, Drawing, Oman ental Work, all at ieaonah!e rates. Hoard in College, per week, J 3. 30. Good board in private families at reduced rates. Monthly payments required. No discount except fo protracted illness. F.r further information address the President. Type-Writin- Sizemoru and A. o-- J. Pike at Brodheatl re- 54 DR. JOHN trab Orchard, S. STAPP. Ky. $ I I . sulted in additions to the Baptist church. This makes 135 converts that those twrt divines have had .in two months. Itev. Mellaril Carroll, a prominent Baptist minister, committed suicide by hanging near Maynorcliville, Tenn. He was born in Wales S9 years ago, nnd had ;ciit G5 years in the ministry 25 in the 2:O.I next Some Election Echoes tho l'rliriRry I would haw been the old country and 40 in this country. "Up." Glllispie shipped eiuht car Temporary office at D W Vandeveer's store. And TORNADO, nominee for neec&ior & nm confident tho loads of Now - Congressman Clardy's official pluralTho faculty of Kentucky University, York cattlo from Mt. Sterwould have been very dillerent. result ling. Ho sold Mr. McClanahan, of I!rneu-e- ity iu the b'econd Congressional district Lexington, deny thu fact that 20 students Now you ay I turned over body ureberiously ill from drinklug impure is '2,W2. 25 aged mulee, Tuesday, fur ;05. soul to the thtiB Bliowlug g republican water, and that three deaths have occurTho Newfl that I whb a democrat for revenue only. Paris - " Woods got back ""'from Chicago plurality in Pennsylvania, According to red within the past week. They say m m flrplace ! voted for JicOreary Iu tho , , that nine students at dillerent times havo Saturday, whero he so d sx car 'loads of olilcial returns, is 211,307. n part of tho county ticket ro you are I In Missouri 11,813 democrats didn't been ill, but there have btten no deaths line rattle at 5.10, equal to about 4 57 wrongfully informed iu regard to tnyi, vote, o the republican State ticket went among them from fover. here. Onn of the car loads belonging to vote, on the other hand I don't neo why Rev. Fred Hale, the noted evangeIn bv 3,001. The vote of that party was J. 11. Foster only brought 4 GO. I or any other knob democrat could ho a list, has had his share of inisfortuues years ago. Representatives of 500 merchant only 1,975 in excees of democrat for revenue only when thoy Owensboro is bis home, but ho Geo. it. McClellan, son of tho grent flonriiik' mills met in neorel si'iou at ttie have no mote chance for revenue than n ""ueral of the unu name, was elected to Mj now conducting a revival in the Bap Auditorium, Oliloago, Frldav, to consider ouow 1U11 has in Imdca. I r?ilticfng tlio output 101,000 bnrrel of uitimuiii llAitrbi. Cochran in Congress tist church at 2lM and Walnut streets in row at Now in runrd to tho a day for.30 tUys, or 3,000,000 bur from Now York. Hu is a democrat ns this city. He hud just lost his wife and Kingtiville you say I raise ou the night flour daughter by death, when a second we his lamented father. rels in nil. of tho election. It wt- - men who had Chicago's registration, which was np- - daughter died lost week of diphtheria in In order to save the people of the WcstEnd a journey to other towns Tho world's cnp of potatoes tills baen enemies of mine for yeara. who prhiinsHv,, invest! pan ntly greater than that of New York a house across the street from the churcli to buy goods, "": wanted to mob mo biHrnuse I had helped , gunn, are iinjes mnu aiU,UU,Ui)U DUBli City, Niid to ho'd out at the polls. In in which he holds his meetings. Louisto defeat some of their friends. els short, ha compared with the crops in New York City 205,000 men voted and In ville Star. ' Ht'flpeotfully, J. M. Joii.sbOH. 1S03. In Ireland potatoes havo not been Chicago the number was 247,000. Tho snow is already driving deer The olilcial vote gives John W. Low-i- s Tho con Jit ion of Hit pjiitical part- bO disend for many years. from the Southern Oregon mountains rep. i plurality of 1,100 over A. B. Cyrus Kiaon has rold his farm of 00 nership botweeu ilill und Tammany is into the foothills, nnd hunting iB Montgomery dem. for Congress in the Jotvn well described by the following notice ncreB for 13,800 to Mr Sain Kugleman, of lively. A local authority estimates that So that aH who examine will be forced to purchase, without going Mr. Lowls received of dissolution of a Virginia partnership: White's Station. A. I). Leave!! bought Fourth district. the deer can not be exterminated yet for elsewhere. I shall make a specialty of votes, and Mr. Montgomery 15,030. heretofore resisting from V. J. Gilllspie, 17 export cattlo for United States Senators 100 yeais. Republican 'twixtmu and Moie Skinner Is horeby Mr. Goldsmith, of New York, that will Mr. N. Teck- -1 think if nny ono is sverago 1,S00 Hm , at Lancaster Re- from Missouri and North Carolina seem entitled to a pension it's me. Mudgo resolved. Dem what owes de lato tlrm -:almost as incredible as democratic Senawill settle wid me, and dem what de late cord. You wero never in the wnr, were you? Fifty-tw- o head thoroughbred year- tors from Illinois and Witconsin did not Mr. N. Peck No, but tho folio v my wife firm owes willscltlo wid Mose. (Signed) lings sold at an average of f200at Lex- such a long while ho. But when tho waa pngaged to got killed at Shiloh. "George Washington lironn," "tDo oth And will sell them at city prices. Wait for the opening' and' give me country starts to tho devil, everything ington. Tho highest price paid was er parduer.)" Louisville Post. A chemiet of Algiers has announced a show. F. B. T WID WELL. which was (or a brown filly by seems groined for the occasiou. A reward of $450 will be baid for tho that he has invented a procets for con Hustonville, Ky. Tho Henderson Gleaner moralizes return to the jailer ot Hart county of Lomifellow, out of a Queen Beluga mare. centrating wine into tablets. To make thusly: Lot all the hid feelipu engenderClarence. Wade, who killed young Alvln Byron McClelland, owner of Henry of winb it is only necessary to dissolve one ed in tho campaign be cast aside, and reDefevcrs in a achoolhouee, near Lin wood Navarre, was the purchaser. of these tablets in water. member that we are brothers, and while In December, 1S03. He Is about IS The "Grent Boll" at Moscow weighs we remember that "ho that calleth his years old, five feet 10 Inches high, weight An attempt was made to hold up a 413,732 pounds, is 10 feet and 3 inches a fool is in danger of hell's fire," Yazoo nnd Micsipsippl Valley passenger brother 150 pounds, smooth face, f.iir complexhigh, and measures GO feet 0 inches still we must insist that many of our in ion, dark hair, dark eyes, largo mouth train at Panther Run, Miss. Tho train around the lower rim. Thebell-metbrothers havo made poor use of tho good was signaled and the engineer had be- sunso and, freckled face. it is worth 5300,000. that God Ins given them. More than half the world's supply gun to slow up when a masked 'man War news by cable from China cost" appeared on the track. At sight of the of liu is mined in theStriits Settlement, the Knglish papers $1.78 a word, and Atlilotlc Spurt of Auierlenn Women. from Japan ?2.03. Papers in this counat tho tip of the Malay peninsula. The robber tho engineer pulled tho throttle which Among nt'ih'tio Has the most complete stock of General Merchandise in the East output in 1601 was 30,001 tons, out oi a wide open and sent his train dashing by American women may be euiv try have to pay additional cable rates End of the county and at unprecedented low prices. Full line of Statotal of 57.551 tons; 12,100 tons came allied, as the gniic of half a iloznn mask liiomtctl bowling, filiating, hiiowshoclng from 12uglaiid. ple There aro tROOO pntnllicrs in tho from the Dutch Hut Indicts, cheifiy ed men ompt'iHl their revolvers at the mid tobogtfnning, for which many parts eminently United Statee; about 07,000 do not pay of tho country aro in whiter from tiie Island of llauka, leaving only cab. adI havo remarked thstthoho who lovo adapted. They are nlt-their running expanses. Tho profit of 8,3Sl tons for the rest of the world. women most and are most tender in their dicted to niwinn aud canociutr. The the New Yirk City poatoflice is ?4,000,-00Is rngiug iu NorthA terrific blizzird colleger-- , which aro po numerintercourse with them, are most inclined women's . a year. west. ous, and many of tho larje private to ppoak ill of them, as if they could not Mrs. Chris Wunder, of Minneapolis, Clothing,, Men's, Youth's and Children's, bourdint; nohiul3 keep bouts ami incour-ng"WhylsluGeorcH," fnrgivo them for not being as irreproachhas recently presented her husband with swimming. both rowing and Said blushing Nell, able us they wish them to be. T. Gau-tieIt is stated that there nro no low than the '21st Wunder of the family. Will "lVben peopln fcis 30,000 women in tho United Stntos who Wundere ueyer cease? -- Glasgow Times Thoy never tell?" of, tho Great loss of life has baen caused by rido bicyolo. It is not tho An inmate of the Joplin (Mo) jail "Ilwmnse," oald George, the earthquakes iu Southern Italy. Tho richest women, who can afford to fceop dug through an IS iuch wall with a c.iso Mothers, if you want th best all wool suit of clothes at $2 ever offerYou can not doubt it, village of of San Procoplo was destroyed, noKos, but is excoedingly popular with knife and drove olT a ?C00 herd of cattle ed for boys from 5 to 14 years old, do not fail to see them. Boots We've got to bo tho-less favonnl by fortune. Cycling about it." . aud 00 persons wore killed, 47 beiuii belonging to n farmer in the vicinity. and Shoes a specialty. A well selected stock always on hand. Our is tho principal form of outing with Tlio aristocratic Women's Club of $i.5oand $2 Dqngola Shoes can not be excelled. Nothing better Heaven has no ruga like love to hatred crushed in a church. Tho deaths of 15 n large class of both men and women. persons nt other towns are roported. Racing has oven taken placo lunoug tlio Ghicngo decided ufter a stormy than our ladies and children's oil grained Dongola Shoes. The very turned, Christopher Cookendorfer, a Pendle- fcmnlo bnt wily iu a fcrw in- not to admit Mrs. Fannie B. Williams, Shoe for winter. A nice line of the Forwood Shoe Mfg. Co.'s Boots Nor hell a fury like n woman scorned. ton county fanner, bos become violently stances and is generally discountonano-c- d tho colored lecturer, to membership. Congrove. and Shoes on hand. Nothing better made and at reasonable prices. by tho women themselves. Golf has in the world The largest oenruh-iliulThe world waa uud, the girdeu wus a deranged by constant watching at the Call and see our stock before making your fall and winter purchases. bedside of two of his children, who were not yot become a favorite atnaseiiioiit is now on Kcho mountain, r.oar Los Anwild; It will cost you nothing to look and wenake pleasure in showing our America, but it is said to 1h t;keu geles, Cal. It is 3,000,000 candle-powin Aud man, tho hermit, sighed, till wo- ill of typhoid fever. up as a fad among tlio ultra fashionagoods. There are more than 20 counties in and can bo seen for 200 miles. Campbell. man smiled. bles. At tho few links that aro in oxist-enc- o W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Ky Respectfully, Ohio each with Its county town in tho Col. W. O. P. Breckinridge has conwomen go in for tho gamo largecentre of the county, and nnd as many ly uud tiso tho linlcs with tho mon, but tracted to go on the lecture platform. Wisconsin Central Lines. Through lino (.rom ChicAgo to St. Paul more with county towns only a few golf has not yet bupcrsodwl tonnis. All Froo nnd Minneapolis', tusking' close connec- miles from the centre Those wbohavc tmxl Dr. King's Xew Dlscov those whu hae tiot. hae ..vlnnuitivalni-anTho farm system of earing for concif Voice. A tion (no transfer) with lines running to ruw the opportunity to try it free. Call on tho ad- - , A foreign scientific journal publishes vertiied drugKit aud get a tnal battle tree. Sena in Minnesota, North aud South vict labor has proved unsatisfactory in nil points your name to H. E. llucklcn & Co , Chicago, aud Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Cali- Alabama and tho State will probably re- tho results of bomo recent oxperinionts get a trial bottlo of Dr. King's New Lite 1'ills as upon tho vocal chorda which aro likoly well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household ? fornia, and Pacific Coast points. The di- turn to tho lease system. lustructor free. All of which is guaranteed to do A prude exhibits her virturo in word to provo interesting to aspirants to lyrio you good and cost you nothing at A. R. Penny s rect lino to all points in Eastern, Middle, Evaporated Peaches, Evaporated Pears, Evaporated Apricots, honors. In tlio caso of a baritone, who drugstore. Northern and Western Wisconsin, Ash- and manner; a virtuous woman sIiowb was not content to Iks a baritono but Evaporated Plums, Evaporated Figs, California Prunes, Layer Rais-enland, Diiluth and all Lake Superior hers in her conduct. Lh Bruyoro. highed for tho higher emolument of a Cooking Raisens, points. Double dully through train sertenor, noonrboof inhalations, boginuiug eqnipmeut. For full Henry Wuson, the poitmnsterat Welshton, Fla., with bonzoin, going ou to enflfoiuo nud vice witirfirst-chiH- s says he enrtd a case of diarrhoea of loug standing vfB Urthjt, wnt nick, v,o scavo her particulars address any ticket agent in In six hours, with otic small bottlo ut Chamber chloroform nnd concluding with cny.v hen th wn a Child, hlio cried for CiwtorU. : : tho United States or J. C. Pond, general Itln's aColic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kcmedy. coa, proved perfectly Miccessful. Tho Wlum ftno Iwttamo Jtlss, 6hu cIjor to Castorin. What pleasant surprise that must have been to to Imj the sulTmer. Such cures are not unusual with this transformation. was pronounced Wis. passenger nent, Milwaukee, When riio had Children, she Ecvothcm Castorf. lemcedy. In munv instances only one or two dos- complete. es are equued to give permanent relief. It cau Also a full stock of Heintz' Goods, Catsup, &c Candies, Cakes, Bticiln'aArnlo& Salvo. always oe nepcnica upon. When reduced with Tho Ilusy lieu R rruuil. is nleasant to take. The bet salvo la the world tor cuts, bruisers water For sores, ulcers, salt rhiiuia, fever sores, tetter, chap- ford, sal e bvDr.S. G. Hocker, druggist. StanTho iconoclastic soientiht cdaims to ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skirt erup havo shattered nnotlur tradition. An cures p.Ies.orno pay requir nlons. It positively Soo tho World's Fair for 16 Cents. W A. McGuire, a habits Kiys Z9 3d. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction cltirun of Mc- observer of tho Upon receipt of your addiess and 15 cents In O., tr moneyby refunded, l'ncu s$ cents per bcx, Kay, for is of the opinion that there U nothing as that this creature, long praised for Penny, Stanlnrd, k,y. we will mall you our Jjouvonir A. K. aood postage stamps children troubled with colds or croup as Kor saw Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. He has usod it In We also keep a full line of Canned Goods, &c. All ,nnd difcgniu-- is a fraud in Portfolio of tho World's Columbian Imposition. Lemons, &c. as we thu side or chest there is not' Ing his family for several years with the best results these repects that, as a matter of f nnt, The regular prico is 50c, but nominal want jou to For u pain lu ou will of which we offer at prices no house will attempt to undersell. haeoiiwe make the price o good a a piece of lUnncI dampened with Cham, aud aiways keeps a bottle of it In tho house. Afof ou over troubled with "tho littlo busy beo" works but about find it a work of Art and a thing tn be prlred. It erlam's Pain Ualm and boundpermanent tho seal and ter having la grippe he ws a stverecough. He used other remedies without Uirco hours a day and is a most thoroughrtliel contains full page views ol the great building pain. It nllords prompt and wllhdescrlpticiisof same and Iseecuted lathe If used in Hmo will often prevent a cold from re- benefit and then concluded to try the childreu's going lpafor for tho rent of tho tim . hlchest style ol art. If not satisfied with it alter sulting m pneumonia, This sajie treatment is a medicine and to his delight It soon ellected a stsmps and let you wc cure. Mut.t wm givo up forover tho lwipp? vou uet itbnok.will refund life t. lJucklcu & Co., sure cure lor lame tuck. Address H. keep the and 50 cent bottles for ulc by Dr. S. G Dr. S, G. Hocker, dm;giit, For sale br pliraso, "Tho busy boo?" Wo trust not. Chlcato, lit. Hutkcr, druggist, Stanford, 1 JOHN H. KIRBY, FOR FIRE, LIFE, KCCIDEEl t n, record-breakin- -t ti I ,y K$s WBdweii a. . .. to y. Dealer la Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Groceries, Silverware,.&c. "' -- ! I Have Marked Mine Down 10,-S- 20 "Doco-pardnurjlit- p 5c HOLIDAY - GOODS, N $3,-00- 0, al E. Perkins, CISA33 OKiOrHAilD, .K.X. l o ospi-ebill- 0 Dry Goods, Dress Goods, o r. At the New Tariff Priees. Cloae-moiithe- o it er Cli.-uiff- d sonra foe m f Currants, Citron, eat. s, Car-ton- . A &c. 11 - well-know- n liouc-ybeu'- s BAN(&B3o BANANA , nt Stat-for- d. S HIGGINS & McKINNEY. k .A JUm1." '&&: 4-- &tp.&iH-?K!t- . j'jfsj S .A5sKmnim,.''-'. ! - JVksJ'Cdte 5 I"- ' ' - ! . ' V r tTi1 4Mxi Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoukkal a ii Tho pioneers of tho fashions this kci-o- n introduced from Paris a radical cluuigo in skirts. Tho Bkirt wns still cut on tho round, but wns full, intended to stand out in deep fohls not only nt tho buck, but nt tho titles, nnd in n Of new, stylish and serviceable modified form ovon in'front. Many of them woro scallopod nt tho edgo in order that theso llutos Illiuhfc rnsfc inn gracofully on tho ground Present indications nro that this skirt is not meeting In the second week of its mighty success and we know how to run a with vory ready acceptance Thick winter cropons, with conrso successful sale when it is fully rjpe. Hvcry-dalast week our house present fortune. kansas, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Misscraping liko bark, Congress will meet the 1st Monday in During the past week 727,000 head stuffs of mixed nnd rough surfaced was crowded with eager patrons gathering the goods to their hands. issippi and South Carolina, send demo colors for street wear of 31 Con- December and if the democrats have any of cattlo, sheep and hogs wero received rival tho smooth, plain cloths among Why not? The fine qualities and low prices brought the throdg and crats entirely. Twenty-nin- e gressmen from New York are republi- bills they would like to pass they had at Kansas Citv. Omaha. Chicago and St. took the goods.f You all know extra values when you see them. hotter do so p. d. q. After next March Louis, constituting the largeBt receipts cans, while Iudiana doesn't furnish a You will be surprised at ourgrcat variety and long time before they will be in the historv of the business. democrat. Already 12 contests have it will be a A dead body in nn advanced state of been entered from the South and many able to do so. It takes both Houses of Congress and tho president to put a law decomposition Avas found in askiff which more aro to follow. Denny will contest Padu-cawith Owens and Hopkins is using every on the statute books and the prospect was Btranded on a Band bar near Therevere no signs of foul play something to base one is that many a cold dBy will intervene endeavor to. find A fine pair of blankets for 75c, worth $1.25. An extraordinary good on tho body and nothing about it to idenon with Kendall. Four republicaua will till wo have all three Renin. pair of blankets for $1, worth $1.75. Comforts for 75c and $1, worth tify it. contest in Virginia and possibly more NEWSY NOTES. An accident occurred in Charlotto nearly double the money. Don't forget to look ot our all wool Dress ,,and bo it goes. The people pay for these Henderson has just opened a $100,-00- 0 harbor Fla., by which eight man lost contests and consequently the contestGoods this week, 25c per yd., worth 50c. Misses cashmere thoir lives. Ten workmen were asleep opera hbuse. ant has all to gain and nothing to lose' hose for 15c, worth 25c. Ladies' all wool hose for 20c, worth 35c." A The jail at Knoxville, Tenn., con- on n barge loaded with phosphate, when The law ought to be changed, so that few more deadly blows that will knock all other stores subtain eight murderers under sentence of it suddenly capsized, burying tho men honestly elected men would not-htuna of rock. under , death. jected to annoyance. Reason Forebush, a negro murderer Taylor Bros', canning factory and Mobs are always cowardly and usually several other buildings were burned at who was to have been hanged in a few days escaped from the jail at Huutaville, one man can rout, a thousand and two LaGrange. Our men's S3. 50, $5 and 57 suits have knockod competition's eye can put ten thousand to ilight. Recently Dr. James McCosh, the venerable Texas. In climbing tho fence around out. Our $2.50, S4 and $6 overcoats are tempting specials for those a negro in the Winchester jail charged of Princeton University, tho jail ho fell and has Bince died from tho injuries received. with rape, kept a mob at bay with a bed died at Princeton, N. J. who know bargains when they see them. Remember our Ladies' and A dispatch from Shanghai Bays: post and down in Alabama Friday a The distillery of J. W. Mooro, at Children's Cloaks and Capes will be sold cheaper than our competit plucky deputy sheriff kept 100 men from Waco, Madison county, burned, togeth- Gen. Wey, one of the Chinese commanors can buy them. We lead the town in hanging a negro. Each man realized that er with some whisky. Loss $4,000. ders at tho battle of Ping Yang, at which if he went forward he would catch it in Since the new bond issue waa an- the Chinese wore defeated with heavy NEW TAlLOlt MADE the neck and no one of them was anx nounced $2,0oS,025 of gold baa been loss, was behe.vled for displaying coward, Imrxrrtod gowns. Bonclo OOWN. cloths, ruado ice, at that engagement. ious enough .for the negrco's life to give withdrawn from the with soft, cnrly, glostty loops of black Every election contest in the Iloueo mohair on a colons! ground of dark red. his own for it. cst quality of children's rubbers, 20c. Uestrquality of Misses and The negro Young, convicted of rapabout $5,000, and I groan or blnet, aro extremely nttrnctivo coats the ing a Louisnegro child at Ladies' Rubbers 25c. Remember our jjocladies'; shoes can't be hia sparring partner, TrtE killing of tho republicans aro planning about $100,-00- 0 winter material. Con Riordan by Bob Filzsimmonf, in an ville, has been sentenced to hang, Feb. 1. Tho fancy viennaa nro mndo rough bought elscwhcic for Si. 25. Our childrcn'sfshoes will be sold for half worth of these steals. But if the W. M. Jordan baa been appointed exhibition at Syracuse, N. Y. will bring people vote a party of extravagance into and havu bmall designs, and many of price. We will sell you a good man's shoe for'Si that can't be bought postmaster at Kirkwood, Mercer county tho crcpona as well us tho vicunas hnvti prize fighting into further disrepute if it and J. M. Jonea at Union, Madison coun! power they must expect to pay for it. a waved pattern in black on foundations elsewhere for less than, Si. SO. 6ur sale this week will be a banner does not give it black eye from which it Misa Mary Patterson, who has just or tho now colors. Tlirew ty. aro tho new one. IBarcains are alwavs in season at our nnn will never recover. Riordan had been ,...i...... W ,;, died in Boston, where bIio had been a blnet, ceripo and other purplish reds rourraen iougnt an oiu leml to a drinking heavily and when the Australfor 25 years, was tho and a bright green, and they r.rct found on the fact that we can always fix you up better than any one else can successful teacher ian lauded a right bander on his chin he finish on the streets of Lnla, Miss. Two first colorod woman to receive the de- especially in tho ladies' clotlis, coMmu-- i Wc havtfsome awful cheap things and youjean save; many a dollar men, one the mayor of the town, wero dropped heavily to tho floor and died in gree of M. A. in tho United States. She of which aro mado Mill more ktriki: here. For every 50c spent with us you get Si's worth of goods. a short time. One brute is in jail to an. killed. with Jos. Boston shot and fatally wound- graduated from Oberlin College in 1802. color. velvet accessories of coutrnatii.g furnishing awer for murder, the other is Tho distillery warehouse of B. B. This winter will lo n velvet snwttx in food for the worms. Both deserve their ed James Akera near Lawrenceburg.Tho trouble grew out of the ownership of a Golden, of Barbourville, waa burued, to- dinner nnd evening gowns, carriage and fate. gether with considerable whisky, on calling oostnnicM and cloth and velvet singletree. A workman dropped a lighted candle which tax had been paid. It is believed nro very charmingly combined hi gowns In a message to Gen. Angus, of Balti. TTST., The in some powder in the Perigo Minos, that some of the whisky had been stolen for youthful wearers. Harrison said: more, Tho now velvets havo bocu brought and that the building was fired to hide victory has been so greatthat language Col., and a flro was Btarted, which auffo- A. UR1BANSKY & CO., Proprietor out not only in Uw faKhiouablo plain tho steal. is pauperized, anu everyiiiustration we cated four men. EllaSkidmore, almost at death's colors, but in bright, rich plaids and Miss T. D. RANEY, Manager. Twelve business houses and nine hive been wont to ueeaBa type of disEmail checks of a singlo color, with aster fails to serve in the face of this residences were burned at Columbus, door with consumption, was murried at black. Besides theso como tlio chonu'ca- Branch Stores: overwhelming repudiation of democratic Ky., a small town on the Mississippi riv Springfield, O., to William Shearer. She fblo velvets mvd tho spocklwl one, with a S2crr?rrr."f5F" wns taken from her bed and dressed in nay policies." "Language ia pauperized," is er. Loss $75,000. iiecKsoi wnnooxi n ooioroa ground. ran? Carlisle, Mt JStciling, Riidstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, her wedding clothes and through the cerCoats hold thoir own. An oxtrernoly Versailles, Ky. and good as the school girl's expresJudge Thompson, of Louisville, has hardly aa Mackport, Ind. arm chair, propped well cut ouo in tlio latent rnodo has a sion, "Language is inadequate to ex- also declared the barber law emony reclined in an cloeo fitting bodioo opening with rovers pillows. press," &c. unconstitutional and shops rrere opened with The fact that Fitzsimmons killed (by no nieiuu exaggerated) to 6how a THK in that city Sunday. OK Tennessee will have a republican govpugilist Riordan with a blow while mer- shirt and tio. A deep bapqoo is joined M. W. Howard, author of a scurri-lou- s to it nt tho waist with lap rim and ernor, H. Clay Evans having turned old publication entitled, "If Christ Came ely playing with him may cause Mr. forma n donblo skirt, tho nkirt iteclf g oparo timo Turney down in the general shake to Congress," has Pete to decide that he can't net full. been elected to Con up. Let Kentucky democrats take warn- gress from fro it nis business ongagment at all and .R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, an Alabama district. btyle In Orerfoatn. ing and beware elao a similar fate will udeflnitely postpone his light with the Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. The steel workers at Schoenbergr A From London, still tho Mecca of fash await them. The republicans have stead- Co.Vmill, at Pittsburgh, have been noti Australian. ions ily made inroads upon our majority and fied of a cut of 10 The sinking fund commissioners Imvo como to part of tlio nuiscnliuo world, ) ( KrgUlcii to 15 per cent, in watho following suggestions: gave Tilden to a ges. convicts reduced the 60,000 we ce Solicited. And yet the republicans swept tho adopted a resolution tint all tho Economical and qnict folk can well Stork. VrttCtit iccuicJ irem hr trt4litrd Instrcnt beggarly few hundred at the late election. country. not engaged on public works, ho kept in afford to dispense with any groat variwill result ety of ovcrtwits by having a useful modiTho outlook is anything but promisDuring tho year ending June 30, 1S9 1, side the penitentiary. This ing. in tho withdrawal of a largo number oi fication of povcral stylos in one. 'Perhaps Fourth Assistant Postmaster General tho deep blue melton, with Its velvet Maxwell, called the Headsman for short, "trusties" heretofore employed in the collar, Two negroes will contest for seats in which never scorns to no out of families of officials and otherwise. ' fashion, is tho most the next Congress, one from North Caro- appointed 23,160 democratic fourth-clae- s of thoso ruOF President Cleveland discusses tho to most people. Mado to reach jnst lina, the other from South Carolina, and postmasters. mors about Mr. Carlisle and himself as a Tho Lexington Passpnger and Belt tho knees, singlo brunstod nud fairthe probability is that they will get them-Th"batch of silly misstatemonts," and says ly looHi fitting, it will Forvo you in Reed Congress seated a negro from railway was sold to M. E. Ingalla for te that he and the secretary are in thorough town by N oswoll the Petersburg, Va., district, although his f 175,000. It is 4J miles long and is the accord upon the subject of the bond is h'gh hat, nightwill passas by day, with a rasrx??cr anil you woll enough connecting link between the C. & O. and white competitor was elected by 3,000 sue and all other odicial questions. He en country road or raco cotirw, in tho swe must vacate the rocms in a very shoit while, our stock must majority. Clothed with a little brief au- O. S. railroads. oppresses warm eateem for the secretary railway oarringo or on tho box Boat. oe Louis Land, accessory to the murder d coming Czar will cut thority, the Mado doublo breasted, with ontsido butof hia services. of Abbie Oliver, the young woman who and high appreciation even more fantastic tricks than ever and A statement prepared by the Bureau tons suggesting tho driving coat, it will was killed on the night of her marriage make the angeln shed tears of blood. total value of provo nlmost as generally UbefuL, but to Henry Delaney in Union county, was of Statistics shows that the will bo less unassuming. the experts of merchandise from the Tub Hopkinsville Kentuckian has Another very dcsirablo coat for nil given 21 years. during October was Our thousands of friends around uso is tho modorn dovulopmcnt to a six column quarto and been Charley Mitchell ia evidantly get- United Statea of which fS2,291,250 was domes- of tho covert ooat. Reaching nearly to otherwise improved. Bro. Meacham has ting well. Ho has written to tho Sportjust completed a handsome new building ing Lifo from London that he intends to tic and $1,207,122 waa foreign. The im- tho knee, with a straight hack, slit in tho middle, it will tnko yon alfor bis plant and given other evidences challenge the winner of the Corbett- - ports during October were $50,6S1,074, of which $30,4!)S,553 were free and $29,193,- - most everywliero without appearing too To come and get some Grand Bargains of Remembrance. is n bloated bondholdor; requirthat bo Fitziminons fignt. horsy. 121 dutiable. ing men to clip his coupons. We John Young, the negro who killed An ftlmost essential coat for town uso Riordan, tho pugilist, who was is tho hope that in hia prosperity lie will not George Jordan, another negro, at Rocky rather thin overcoat mado of a N. Y., black fluffy material, with a silk faced forget that he was once like us a poor Hill Station lgBt May, has been sentenced knocked unconscious at Syracuse, by Bob Fitziiramons, died collar. This should bo mado fairly long, poverty stricken country editor. by Judge Settle at Bowling Green to be Friday night Saturday. He waa Fitz'a sparring part- about down to tlio knees, and is a good executed Feb. 8th. ner and it was on tho stage of Jacob's deal taken in at tho back so as to someIt has been discovered after his unforA letter has been received at Lontunate and surprising election that Judge don detailing the moat barbaroua atroc- theatre that tho fatal blow waa Btruck. what rosomblo a frock coat, excepting Polk's best Tojhatces Si. 10 per doz. cans. J Granulated sugar 20 When informed of Riordan's death, the tnat it uas no tills to It Such n protecGufly is not such a "dame fool" as he ities, said to have been perpetrated by RollcdOats 5c wept like n child-Th- tion is not only tho most satisfactory pounds for Si. Green coffee 20c. Pickles 5c dozen. was thought to be. In fact it is now Turkish troops upon the defenseless scientific Australian tiling to wear with evening dross, but a pound. Coal Oil 10c a gallon. Soda (bulk) 5c a pound. dead man was a hard drinker. claimed by some over zealous people that Christiana in Armenia, uuder will also servo for a smart overcoat in orders Sheriff James F. Cook and Col. A tho daytime, when tho weather is not he ia the peer of any lawyer in the State from Constantinople. B. Coit, tho latter of tho Ohio State mi- too cold. and that he will be a bright and shining George Wilson, who while shooting litia, have been declared by Coroner Edlight on the bench. The elevation of a at Marshal Neighbors, killed Blaku RobA Simply Trimmed Sailor IlaU Heavy trace chains formerly 75c, now 50c pcrpair.$ Hunter's and wards, of Washington O. II. O., guilty of great in the eyes ertson during tho republican man usually makes him celebration murder Sailor hats keep in fashion and in the first degree. While asof sycophants and fools. Tin Rim Sifters 10c. Prunes 10c a pound.pKvaporatcdjpcara 10c a at Elizabethtown, was held without bail a varioty of form, aooox4ing to sisting the sheriff in guarding the jail to on a charge of wilful murder. their trimmings. Tho ouo hero illus- - pound.je. Evaporated Peaches ioca lb. 1,000 Matches foif5c Tub total vote of Virginia was prisoaer, the militiamen negro The Southern Phosphate works at protect a arc not leaders, but a few prices givenfin nf'nut'shc-1- how Democrats, 113,433; republicans, under the command of Col. Coit fired Macon, Ga., were destroyed ,by fire Sun88,247; populists, 10,322; prohibitionists, we sell every thing. upon an attacking mob, killing five per- day. The plant was one of the largest in 410. Democratic 1,735; independents, Bons. The Pulaski circuit court got a move plurality, 25,180. This isn't so bad for the South and was valued at about $ 125,- uw. It was insurod for $90,000. on itself the other day and sent four men tidal wave, and shows that an Tho stringency in tho State treasury up ut one sitting. Talbnrt Davis, colored Virginiaua are still true to the teachings waa soraowhat relioved Friday by the W88 sentenced to 17 years for the murof their immortal Jefferson. deposit there of two checks aggregating der of Pole Hudson, colored. William Hon. Joun W. Yekkes is suggested for $125,000. Treasurer Hale expects to Perkins was given flvo years as an ac payment of warrants on Dec. 1. U. S. Senator should the republicans cessory to the Bame crime. James Grif-flThe movement of cotton into shrht elect the next Legislature. There is not and John Willis were given flvo yearo Should be considered when ycu'go to buy. jSTEvcryJat tide I sell is a republican in Kentucky, whom wo hud up to this time for the present Beason is for breaking into the stomhousd of W. the bestthatcan bejhad for the 171 bales ahead of tho record for 1801, in rather see honored with euch a position, O. Newell, at Clio. but the chances for a republican Legisla- which yoar the South produced 0,035,-00- 0 bales, the largest crop ever marketture are bo romote it ia almost useless to Tho girla nre Hocking to college and Tfs'TII ed. c them. discuss H papas ar handing out money. A clover 11V1.& mmwmti I JPL--iJ M The Court of Appeals has decided Kirl can lfvo at Vasaar on f 700 a year, or The Kniglfts of Labor in session at that the provision of the new Constitu- spend S2.500. At WelU-alof COO upward TB..1;".. New Orleans resolved that the U. S. army tion requiringjthe Legislature to provide ia the figure. At ariatocratic Bryn Mawr You invcst.&The same standard is maintainedin each department. A WIJJTEll SAILOR HAT. must be decreased and tho State militia a house of reform foryouthful prisoners, $S0O ia a ecant figure lor a year; Mount traced is mado of material to matoh tho 11.1m disbanded. They evidently don't wish does not make unconstitutional tho in- Holyoke, $300 to 1500. Alraoat all the dresK, is edged with the ball and the bayonet to come in their carceration of prisoners under 18 years colleges are crowded with freshmen, and round tlio crown a jec cord, trimmed with way when they start out to enforce their of age in the penitentiary baforo tho erec- hard times don't seem to interrupt the has houquots of ilowcrs a satin rucho, nud an upstanddemands, lawful or otherwise. tion of such a school of reform. ing osprey od foliago on either side. girls' education. B.. consta-bias mild a mannered man wolght, 400 pounds, was elected in the Flat Rock precinct, In Bourscuttled a ship, is as ever cut a throat or moved to remark: Under the secret bal bon county. He is a republican. V. P. WALTON. J. L. Bray, of Wavorly, Mo , sold a lot system tho sneak has a chanco to get span of maro mules to Judge Goodpaster, in his wjrk and then snicker In his The latest returns rIvo the republi- sleeve about how he is fooling all honest of Nashville, Tenn., for $700; they were cans 140 plurality in the Uouso and h men who vote as they please and don't 17 hands high and weighed 3,235 pounds. , Herr Meyer Colin, one of the wealthtlio members standing care who knowB it. majority of Give us back the iest bankers of Berlin, has been charged 245 ropublicnns, 105 temocrats and six open ballot, where a man bIjowb hia colpopulists. Twenty States eond solid re- ors, and we will have braver, truer men with having forged a will 30 years ago, thereby securing tho foundation of his publican delegations, while only six, Ar- nine times out of ten. 13-1- Stanford Ky., November 20, 1891 Eagle, who is ... M. Francis Magnard, Anathemas and raaranatha8 are going ' Ktnnm .U Vitnrfl ., ., ... rf ll.n ...ft....,, to ilnail Tin traa KS J I.IU up against the Becret ballot system of Coming voting all over tho State. Even the of ago. Joe Craig, the Kentucky g'unt even tempered Smith, of tho Mt. Vernon editor-in-chief V ..-- f FASHIONS. Mo.lo n 8M.n In Velvets mill Surf.wcU Oo.hU. -- THE- Clotlu o GREAT UNDERVALUE SALE ! Fall and Winter Goods, sin-gl- o h. EXTREME LOW PRICES. all-wo- If K Mil e OUT OF SIGHT. mzMz& SHOES and RUBBERS t tax-payer- e - LOUISVILLE sjSTORE, STAFFORD, nnti-Sund- ay Cor-be- tt bo-iu- Duroc Jersey Red Swine t 1 1 1 The FareweHiSale &c ! lo r lo-lo- w e JB. IF. CTOInTES SOIfcT I ex-an- i. Closed Out At Once, en-arg- Regardless of the COST. $83,-558,37- 2, bo-hi- ARE CORDIALLY INVITED ear to FIGURES1ITALK. e NAILS, 2 POUNDS FOR 5C. jlliese 1 as-su- off-ye-ar ro-su- n Qu.st. mLm itY r W. H. WEAEEN & CO. 1 4 m ! DRUGS, BOOKS, JEWELRY. A. PENN?, Druggist. A.t1vartfatri T"ag rsmsaBa&tHatmMffmmimtmi .Awnr3Q$miVJJriKi!e!4l1ra i.;vBtf(M!uiwpilWLfKKl "' - ' I ,1 ,i)nmmM,U-T, ma f jL-ij- a; 5- - - . - . v . i . 'y- - t" .. i-- , t, ji rWfr-f.- . g " MMiA j1.tSSsi! Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Guns at loweflt priroa at W. B. McRob-ort- a. $1.00 per dozen for Loai)ki Hhbi.lb, leKlns, hunting coats Novemhhr 20, 1891 and vesta at W. B. McHoherts.. Stanford, Kvm T f 1 I - . brought to the Methodist church hero Ciiiiysantiikmum benefit at the Chris- Sunday morning and after a comforting The young people will havo a hop at tian church lecture room MEANS BUSINESS. discourse by Rev. W. K. Arnold, were Walton's Opera ilouao, next Friday ov (Wedusday) afternoon and evening. Ad taken to UixlUlo IJEFORl!) YOU SPEND YOUR Cametery nnd laid to Hoy your school booka nnd school sup enini. I mission lGc. Proceeds for the Japanese rest by the side of her husband, who ot nil kinds lit A. K. Ponny's. plies . died 21 years ngo. n Crab Orchnrd mission. Wk very much Watciiks, clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted. Engravim; n specialty, correspondent. Wont somo Ki'OKNB Jones, sou of C. M. Jones, MATRIMONIAUtIATTERS. at A. It. Penny's. lady or gentleman favor u? nue ma to bo particularly unfortunate. A , Tin: Invest stock o( Drug-- Medicines, 9 Thomas Tudor, of Mt. Olivet, who few years ago ho got an eye put out and Perfumery, PatutH and Wall Paper at If you want it stretched to Si. 50, come ame and sec us. That is Foil Salk oil Hunt. I'paldenco occupl A. H. Penny's. Pescriptlona a special- cd by 1$. K. Wearen. Price if 15, month- Saturday last a horao ran away with him has cejebrated his SO birthday, has ju&t our business. We don't make new money, but we increase the valty. and he was thrown to the ground and married his seventh wife. ly payment. Thoa. Richards, Stanford. Miss Mary Oasley, of Midway, and ue of a U. S. dollar to $150 by giving you good goods at prices to badly cut on tho nose and forehead, PERSONAL POINTS. barely escaping the losi of the other eyo. Mr. J. O. Cooper, editor of the Henry match the hard times. Foil horse blankets, lap rohep, double County Local, of New Castle, Ky., were Mil A. H. I'knny went to Cincinnati or slnglo harness, saddles, bridles, or Col. W.'O. Biiadlky narrowly escaped married in the parlors of the Louisville Our line of Boots and Shoes arc the best. We can sell you a full yesterday to buy goods. any kind of horse goodt', go to YeaRor & being crnshud to death by tho cars nt Hotel Thursday. stock boot for what you usually pay for split leather. Mitia Katk Cook, of Hustonville, is Yenger, the livery men. Danyille. He was slow in leaving his MrB. Julia Gentry, who left Danville visiting her sisters here. . seat, and tho train had started before he Men, if you want the best Shoe you ever owned, try our Wauken-phaMikh Kmii.y Ai.kxandi'.h left Bnturdny Tub Odd Fellows and Knights of Py- could step to tho platform. He jumped a few weeks ago with Mrs. Jael Gontry, $3 and S4 Shoes. to enter Lynuland College. thias each made substantial donations to but fell, and would, have no no beneath to visit her ntSedalla, Mo., was married last week at Kansas City to J. "Rus'' Mn. C. Vanoy found the pocket book Mr. Samuel Whorton Inst week. The old Come and look through ourstock. tho wheals had not Mr. F. M. Ware, of aad rings lost by Mm. 8. M. Owens. gentleman Is in very destitute circum- McKiuney Station, cutifcht and hold on Shannon, of Fort Worth, Texas. Mr. Frank North, aged 20, eon of Mr. Dn, W. N. Ciiaiu is up from tlio Louis stances. to him until the train had paused. M. F. North, obtained license Saturday ville Medical College to see his best girl. ... The contestants for the clerkship and o to marry Miss Florence Browning to day Soitkb, Misnes VanArsdalo and 0. J. Cnow, Ku., of McKinnoy, was the nseccfloraliip are making good head Kills were hero Saturday and asked nt Mrs. Nancy McCormack'a in the West in town thtn week. Somerset Reporter. way and think they will bs able to pre Ku- - End. Tho brido expectant is hut 17. Dn. Jackson Givinb, of Pittsburg, is sent a state of case that will give them us to announce that tho Christian Miss Mary Reynolds, tho handsome doavor Society nt Hustonville will give visiting relatives and friends in this the dikes. Yow-ell'- s daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Reyan oyster supper and art display at county. Hall, Thanksgiving night, 29lh. The nolds, of tho Shelby City vicinity, was A rriKTTY good rain fell Friday night Miuj. Kmii.y Jokes went to Pinevillo supper will bo a lino one and the display married last week to Mr. Samuel .Morris, Hit unlay to visit her daughter, Mrs. 0. but It Is still very dry. Yesteiday was I carry an exceptionally complete assortment of Rings in all grades clear and cold and the prediction read: of pictures very grand, nearly 1C0 a prominent farmer of Woodford county. V. Riley. The marriage was a very quiet one and handsome oues being secured for tho ocinW'm. Huskii, the Ottenholm merchant, "Fair, cold wave to night; warmer Tuestho ceremony was performed by Rev. and sizes and sell them at a uniformly low price, based in every casion. day afternoon." went to Cincinnati ceienlay to resupply Mr. Riley, of Lexington, n friend of the stance upon their actual woith. If you want a good ring of any kind Jam hs F. Mooiik, son Mack and his store with goods. Tub Centre College foot ball team nephew, James Moore, nil of the Shelby bride's family. and Miss Kato Piior. M. G. Tiiom-o- n Miss Sallio Moore, of Bourbon, tho without paying fancy figures, our stylish stock will afford you the seems to bo invincible. It bested tlio CityVriiun, re Moore of Christian College, Hustonville, in jiil nt Lexington for 'brown-eyebeauty who visited her sisState College team 07 to 0 Saturday, most gratifying field for selection and secure to you the utmost in shoolii.g on n C. S. train Sunday night ter, Mrs. G. O. Givens, were hero yi'trday. last year, informs making 11 touch downs, a Held goal and Mich Gatkwood Givkns, of Lincoln, is shortly after leaving Cincinnati. It is some of her friends eight kicked goals. hero that next honest worth for your money. reported that a woman who was in tho Thursday sho will becomo a visiting her brother, Mr. L. B. Givens. . . wife, negllArrodnbnrg Democrat. John B. Dickkuhon, the octogenarian car when tlio shooting occurred jumped lecting, however, to say who is tho fortuMiw. Lizzik McAmstku went down to democrat who keeps the en the oil" into the darkness and hag not been nate man, who will call her by that en B)yle yesterday to spend several days Danville pike, is disgusted beyond meas- found. Tho shooting was the result oi n dearing name. Miss Moore is a moat with Mrs. J. Owsley KvniiH. ure with the secret ballot and asks us to quarrel with a fellow passenger, charming young lady, brrght and viva.. Yancey G. Fiikiman, who held a cape say that he will vote for anybody even to M. John-so- cious, and tho writer who is proud to Oun quandum friend, J. in tliU oSlku not very long ago, is now the blackest negro who will insure its asks space, which is accorded claim her as one of his best friends, sendB running a tuii.i weekly paper at Taylor, repeal. him, to answer tho charges not on- warmest greetinus and heartiest good Texas. are hereby ly of deserting tho democratic army, wishes that sho may find in the new ro Last Call. QMks. John W. Millkii, who has been latlon every joy and happiness that earth visiting her sister, Mrs. George 1). Bur notified that all lands and property on but going over to that of the can give. is mighty hard to find a man enemy. It dett at Omaha, returned homo Sunday which taxes remain unpaid Dec. 1, 1601, will be advertised and sold for taxes. without an excuse, but some of them of. Just back from the cities with everything'hew, cheap and desirable. Louisville. Mr. Miller met her in Mrs. Jnpper Williams, of Marion, fer such thin ones that they aro rarely These goods are bought to sell; not to keep, and those in need of A okntlkman from Springfield yester- None excepted. Six per cent, added to Ind., gayon'rlh to a girl while Wo wont say this of Mr. day informed us that Hon, J. ?. Saun- all taxes after Dec. 1st. Tlio law requires taken at par. on a train bound for Delaware, Ind. anything in Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing or wo do say what wo ders Is abls to sit up and is on a fair road me to tettlo all business as sheriff beforo Johnson's, but A small crowd attended Danville Gents' Furnishing Goods can not do justice to themselves without 1 therefore urge every thought was a mighty good man has to recovery. Ho bun been sick several January 1, '93. court yesterday and but littlo business gono w.'oug and that wo kuoiv ho wilt bo in arrears to settle at onco. J We lead in quality and prices. We have month of typhoid fever. was done. Thero wero about 200 cattle coming to see our stock. ashamed of it, when ho comes back fully forged our way to the front Mu. J. Flkkcr Roiiinson writes from N. Menefee, sheriff. on tho market aud probably half extc his souses. Columbus, Ga , thnt he llnds tnuch'diili-- c changed hands. A bunch of 1,200 pound Billik R. Collins, the unsnyakablu Tiisr.B wero fully 'Si applicants for tho cattle brought 3jc; yearlings sold at 2J illy in getting his Intkkioh Jouiinal, genius from tho Sierras, came and saw The Unit is unt here, wu lumiro him. and left, without lecturing. Billie may position of manager of tho sewing de- to 3 10 and 3 to 31. All were The postal clerks aro not doing their du not be the brightest inun In the worhb partment at tho Deaf und Dumb Insti extra good quality. A bunch of cotton ty. but he can see at least ns far into a mill- tute nt Danville, made vacant by tho mules brought $20.50. Horses wero dull And we expect to stay, and if you fail to come'tosee us it is your MifsksSallik ash Jks-i- k Cook, who stone as the man who picks it, and after death of Miss Cowan. Mies Belle Root, ut $20 to 38 loss. We have a new stock of children's, misses' and ladies' fur sets proved, themselves such present help in reviewing tho situation he very wisely ot this place, was a contestant and tho and muffs, fur rugs, wojf sleigh robes, fur capes, jackets, capes, &c. titnn of trouble at our bueincfH mana- decided that it would bu both a costly light Dually narrowed down to n voto beNKW AIIYKKTI8KME.VT3. nnd Mrs Smiley, of Danville The chilly winds of Winter can not reach you if you buy one of our ger's home during the illness of his wife and a silly perfomanco to hire a hall to tween her They tied on tho ballot before tho last and daughter, relumed to their home ut lecture to empty benches. new storm coats or one of our heavy Wjnter suits. We also have standing 5 and 5, but two changed on the HuBtonville Saturday. Under the Impreeslon last ballot and Mrs. Smiley was elected. Tir akkioiyim). Dim. J. G. Oaiii'kntkr, of Stanford, S Of Lincoln County. 0. Perkins, of Be Lick, K. J Brown, o( thnt the 4th Thursday In November was Mr. S. II. Shanks is ouo of the commisMt, Yemon, I. S. Wesley, of Middleberg, the day usually appointed for thanksgivsioners and very warmly supported Miss The Xew Ramsay, of London, left Fri- ing, wo stated that next Thursday was Root. and day for Philadelphia, whero they will at the day fof giving especial thanks for Lot pf Blankets and Comforts ever offered. And our new Drsss DEATH'S DOINCS. tond the lectures at the Polyclinic and National and other blessings, but wo Goods in blacks and fancies are simply unsurpassed. Don't fail to see Mrs. Charles T. Worthington died at ticoo of the great gynecologist, Dr. Price wero In error. Tho last Thurndy In tho us before buying. 2(tth, la D.mvillo yesterday, after a short illness. Lancaster, Ky., Mil. W. F. (ioiti)ON, Jn., who used to month, ffhich this year, is the tho day President Cleveland bus set Sho was a daughter of Dr. R. W. EvajjB It now In full operation, and invite the attention b a civil engineer whon wu were a connt the bulliler- - of Lincoln countr to its material, tractor on the O. ": 0 , is hero. Ho Ib apart by proclamation for general thanks and sister of Mr. W. L. Evans, of this superior workmanship and low prtett. Note place. Besides her husband sho leaves and general manager giving. now OUR PRICES: four bmall children. Funeral 'services SOME at Norton o' the Haskell Colliery Co,, A nkw time card went into effect on Since we hhw him tho Cincinnati Southern Sunday. No will beheld at the residence nt noon to Perfectly clear poplar or yellnw pine floonnj- - at is doing and i pel hundred. At low aa St 50 per hundred. day. Burial In Danville cemetery. A) years rro he hss taken on over 100 I'eriPCtiy Clear yellow popiai weather boarding at time is given at Junction Citv for the Mrs. W. L. McCarty, of Kiugsvillo Si 50 per humlieJ. Aa low at f i 30 per hundred pounds of avoirdupois. fast trains, which is n sign they will not died Sunday of pneumonia, after four All patterns and thlcknesv ot Ceiling In jellow Pino, poplar, chestnut and nsh, ns low as Si 95 per stop. The accommodation leaves as as low days' illni'Brt. Shu was n daughter of hundred, trouble dressed lumberfinishing ui Jj per CITY AND VIOINITY. lumber, at (5 a. M. and returns at 8: 10 . M. Rev. M. A. Middleton and a most excel- hundred. Ileautiful ellow pine giving us ycur money by oak, quarter Save forgot Danks, the jeweler. Tho train that formerly ran only to lent woman. Ono child nnd a loving orders. Don't THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL. Junction City and returned at 1 o'clocjc Lancaster, Ky. 73 6m Sbk what "our big "ad." says about now goes through to Chattanooga, pass- husband survive her, and to them wo tender our siucerest sympathy. Tho fu rings. Danks, the jeweler. ing nt '2:'M p. m. going South and 1:33 neral sermon will be preached ' at Iyon own MeKinney tfc Hocker calj v. M. Northboun reaching Cincinnati tho Christian church hi Kingsvillo by at 5:f0. One of tho fast trains only stops and settle.' They want their money. Rev. J. L. Allen, of Danville. nt Lexington, Somerset and Oakdalo in E. Hume Carter, eoa of Edward and New goods come to our Btoro each dny. its run from Cincinnati to Chattanooga. Mra. Bettie L. Carter, died at their homo Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, &c, all go at Cost till that date. Wii can certainly please you. Come and DEALER IN- Sunday night of consumption, aged 20 eo us. Severance & Son. Gkn. Gordon. Tho Opera Houbo manyears nnd ll mouths. An only son of agers havo been singularly unfortunate nru making war on quail dudevoted parents, tho death of this young Hunters this season. Several SB to their dates : Groceries-Foreigman brings unusual sorrow, and symparing the Bhort season they havo to kill to be changed and now comes Gen. They aro Bald to bo rather scarqo. had thetic friends unite in tundoreet feelings Gordon's representative asking if instead of condolence. A year or bo ago Mr. of a night this week wo can give him Carter was one of tbo most promising Mr. E. Biikmkh, tho clover beor mani Thursday, Nov. 20th. He claims that in y his arrival of a pupils of Hogsott Acadomy. is rejoicing over tlio dividing bis timo with two lyceuin bubody lies in tho city of tho dead, hia fato youngster made its appear-nucbiy. The reaus they havo gotten him into a tanglo admonishing ua that death rides in the My slock of Sunday. almost iuoxtricable. Of course, aa wo air and is ever roady to strike a shining Everything now for Christmas, fur are anxious to present the last surviving mark. Deceased had given his heart to mull's, fascinators, now dress goods, Btorm general of the Confederacy of his rank to God before tho evil days camo nnd ho Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. over coats, cloaks, jackets, capes, tec. Ac. our peoplo and havo 'him toll the story waa enabled by faith to to seo a brighter " of tho "Last Days of tho Confederacy," anything Hughes Tate. homo and to urge his parents, sister and Headquarters lor almost wo answered at onco that ho could havo Patience is ceusing to bo a virtue. tho 20th and wo hope in our next issUo friends to meet him thero and lenvo Call and see Shoes, &c, is now complete ho baa you want. When you wantjajfirst-clas- s Those who owe us must settle. Wo havo to Bay that tho contract has been signed, them tho sweet consolatian that is fairer than day. gone to a land that waited long enough. Pay us what you sealed and delivered for that uight. Tho remains wero interred in Buffalo meal for 25c, call on him. owe and easo your guilty consciences. Da. Madison O. PaTKnsdid not sustain Cemetery yestorday at 2:30 in tho preB appropri-at- o The next regularly booked show at tho roputation that preceded him nnd onco of many friends, after nn talk at tho grave by Mr. Joseph SevHouse is Saxton's Min. his lecture was dull, dreary and disapWalton's Opera strolp, Dec. 0. Ab Saxton'aband furnish pointing. Tho doctor waa highly rcconi erance, Sr. Stanforl, Ky. A good old mother in Zion has gono oi tho muBic wo can guarantee thaC that mended by tho Nashville bureau and tho reward. After an illness of a To furnish your house with the latest styles in Furniture, Every feature at least of tho entertainment wil' fact that ho proaches to tho largest con- to hor gregation injtho city of New York led year, Mrs. Mary A. Ponco died at her hi piece new and bought direct from manufacturer. My prices shall be tho lecture club to believe they had bo- - horao ou tbo Somerset pike Saturday in Thk gaB well nt tho water works grows cured a prizo, but they discovered their the 82d year ol her ngo. Sho was bom in volumo nnd burnff night and day. It mistake andlfoltlworso than anybody as in Garrard county, Oct. 8, 1813, and her Wo havo a Large Line ol U tho object of a curious crowd nil tho thov sat and listened to tho lecturer maiden name waa Worroll. When sho r hundreds gather to seo tlmo and at night "road" his tiresome effort on "How to was about 25 she was united in marriage Locust Fencing Posts, bill of furniture from me for less money I mean that you can buy a it. An oxport will nrrlvo in a few days Mako Things JGo." Truo thero wero to Mr. Adam Ponce, a eoldier of tho war Flank Fence, than any dealer will sell you the same goods for. This proposition is movfull test. togivoltra many good points in tho production, a of 1812, and shortly afterwards they Granger Stakes, not only made to Lincoln Co. people but to adjoining counties or 200 left standing man could hardly fail to mako somo in ed to this county. Nine children were Dn. Peyton's horse was ,Shinglqs & Lumber miles distant. Look around, get posted and come to headquarters to of whom E. T. and A. M. an effort of an hour and half, but peoplo born to them, noon tho street yesterday and hu took a county, and Georgo and awoy. Tho buggy ho waa do not care tojpay inonoy and give their Pence, of tula AN ABUNDANT SUPPLY buy. tion to run performances and wo can Amos Pence, who livo in tho West, for such hitched to Btruck tho public Bcales in his tlmo And at Very Low Fieuros. promise that tboy will not bo called on Mrs. J. E. Lynn and Mrs. Mary Matheny flighi, knocking it Billy, and tho animal ego of 15 Mra. Pence KING & PREWITT, At tho houge and to do again during tbo present course of survive The Cash Furnitnre Dealer, Stanford, Ky. ran till ho got to the doctor's Moreland, Ky. church and has jointd tho Methodist lectures. slopped quietly in front of it. then E. C. Walton, Uusincss Manager days before her death buo expressed abMu. S. M. Owens has requested Jailer solute resignation to tho Master's will elect Goorga W, DoBorde to relievo him and gratitude that Ho seemed about to Two cottars on Whitley Avenue for of tho job and ho will likely tako charge call her to Hiln. The remains wero (inch per month. Miller &. rent at $0 Dec. 1. Helm. Caiiinet pictures reduced from $3 to sinco been n true Christian woman, who the remainder of this baa left an indelliblo impress for good on month only, at Ktrp'sgallory, Stanford. tho excellent family sho raised. A few 2t TAKE- - Time to Consider Hard i Earned : di-dr- wide-awa- ke Dollar. m m m m st Su-dl- t d toll-gat- e BANKa the OTiWIKILJEM. m u, m Tax-paye- rs New -:- - Arrivals. ttx-pay- er BY HARD KNOCKS, t.1 M i ... TO THE CITIZENS Lancaster Planing THK CHEAPEST HUGHES & TATE. 1 nt OF lirst-rat- e. bo-for- e to-da- At Cost Till Dee. 1, '94 Q ueenswaje, Glassware, R. Zimmer Lamps, &c, . -- ! II th-jin- . Fancy FARRIS & HARDIN. n To-da- and Do FA1LL. GOODI ft! 3d wc o m mestic Fruits, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots H. J. McROBERTS. R. ZIMMER. AIM OPPORTUNITY ! first-clas- s. 1 Attention Farmers! Lower Than The Lowest. W. W. WITHERS, I )iat;ii ij mi j MttlipiiJutmt-t- It- - ,,, mmki r-- n'y iwwpnygn - '"W iy ", tr wfSl "Al Semi-Week- ly Interior Journai Tn THE CURIOSITY SHOP. Womnn SnfTrnjro In Enlightened CivllUnl Count rlit. 11 1TOTICS I For months. $1,500 WANTED. per cent, and Right give I I hrsl-ila- is nil Unit .Ml creditors of the firm of Mrs. D. G. Slaugh-te- r & two, Ooiug holiness at Crab Orchard, Ky , inter security est. Call on J. R. PA XTON, Attorney, Stanford twelve Will DR. W. B. FENNY Dentist. Office South Side Main St., In office refnliy vacated by Dr. Lee K. Iluflman, Swnfonl, Ky. Published Every Tuesday and Friday $S PB3R, YICAltIT ADVANOH CHINESE SUPERSTITION. Great Britain woman vote for nil WWhto not so paid 32.QO will be charged."" 6 Crowds 'of people numblctl a? wo arrived at tho inn, jnst beforo sunset, ami When necessary. among others I spotted tho lino head of T K.C. LOCAL TIME CAill). nil old Buddhist priest. After n Iouk confabulation and a few strings of passed from my pockets into his Trln naves Rowland t 7:00 n, m., returning hands, I was ablo to huhico him to sit S for his picture, and I dashed off a sketch & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. in oils beforo ho had tinio to change his ......m..ti 37 pnj mind. Unfortunately tho largo crowd Mat! train going North JJP South.................... " ... .... S' Pm that had gathered round, ospcoially tho Express train South ...,..........3j Norths women folks, heomed to scold him and ................ ...... .930 Local Freight North... talk angrily at him for his silliness in " 7P South.. The lattertralna also carry passengeri. sitting, owing to tho btrango notion The above it calculated on standard time. Sola that prevails in China, and, in fact, emeu about 10 minutes faster, nearly all over tho oast, that if an imago is reproduced a soul lias to bo given to QUEEN & CRESCENT ftOUTE. it, aitft that tho person portrayed has to Junction City as Going North train p bo tho supplier of it at his own expense. 6 8. m. s Vestibule starts Limited 3 ji p.m. Local t: to p. ra. Florida Tho vouerablo old Buddhist priest, who a. rn. Limited 3UJ. was nursing his "cash" on his lap whilo O. Veitibule u 18 p. m. Florida (intl-- N being immortalized on n wooden panul, Limited 11 it m. Local 11:35 p. tn. Vestibule arrives S:4q p. m. and had a curious twinklo in his eye, as if ho know bettor, resisted bravely for 601110 timo and fat liko a statue, but finally had to givo in. "You will die," cried au old woman at him. "I saw your soul coming out of you and go into tho picture. I did really. I saw it with my own oyesl" "So did I," cried a hundred other voices in n chorus. By tho timo tho priest had got np, they had half convinced him that at least half his soul had really goho out I of him, but had tho soul gono or not ho would go and tako tho cash for safo keeping to his homo first and complain Absolutely and nk for tho restitution of his lost 35 property afterward. Ho was a seusiblo man. So was I, nild knowing what was A cream of tarter baking pow- coming tho moment ho had gono I der. Highest of all in leavening went into tho room and packed tho Latest United States sketch safely, then took another clean strength. panol nnd smeared it with tho scrapings Government Food Report. of my palotto to show him instead, iii ROYALBAKINGIPOWDEU CO., caso ho would como back and wish tho picturo destroyed. Twenty minutes had 100 Wall Street, Now York. not elapsed whou ho was back again, of course without tho "cash," holding his 1B1T1 A. S. iri stomach and complaining of internal "EI cnah,-wliic- 0E8 VBBY PAGES. E.HD-A."3T- . A Striking llltutrntlon of the Cri-ilullt- y mill Ijruomnco of Mongollnns. "u -- 1 elective officers except mombers of parliament. In Franco the women teachers oloct Womon members on nil boards of education. In Sweden woniou voto for all olect-ivofficers except reprosentntivrs; also : : indirectly for members of U10 lion) of lords HEST LINK TO AND FROM hi Norway they liavo school mfTrugu. In Ireland tho womon voto for the harbor boards, poor law gumtlittiw, and . in Belfast for municipal ofiker&. In Russia women honAehuldmt vote Solid Ve.tibuli.l Trains, wlih llwf(t Pallor Coaches Dmlnf for all elective officers and on all local Cars HlogaH an! lAtc.t improved Cars,ateWagntr sleeping Cars Con I'm HiiflVt shaping Cars, njAtjnlgiently fur. matters. pjitimmt ntshea witn Uilel vcieiric ill u.wtl ciHaTt-In Finland they voto for all elective rot. o are hereby uutlricd to present, propetly pi oven as 11 neiiwd 1 will boar a pirtv renting it. Mrs Sal-li- e 60 K Ilailey, McKinney. Ky. requited by law, within hrve months irom this date, their claims ugalnst said tlrm to the undersigned athls ofllc,J7 W Main St., Louisville, I oeiuVe.;dT,::7 Ky. OKU. W.SlUOlllk.11. Son. Assignee Mrs. I). U. SlaugUr A boil Apply to S'ts1' 45190 f.et. rosiession Jau. 1,63 1805 It Stage, Stanford, Ky b Oct. jo. 'or. 4t FOE RENT. I irtrSS. FOR RENT. &. J. B. HIGGINS, Dealers n. Big Four Route, $500,000.00 to Loan AU Kinds of Coal, Call on the uml.'ruijncJ at Rowland, Lincoln countv, Ky , tor trims. Wc want to negntlHte on real estate, loans on first mortgage stocVs, bonus and coimnrcial paper. Agent tor MiaicAin Irekcrago Co., &t. 1 nun. Mo the M N EAItf.Y. 6j.4 Stanford, Kv. J T JONr.J, Mull. W. n, JONS 5, OHIOAQ-O- JoiTass Bros., To Tlio Itadios I Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. 1 lol-lo- .Blue-Gras- Ves-tlbu- ia parliament In tho Madras presidency and the Jliey vgt, by In Austria-Hungar- y proxy, for all oleotiva oflloors. In Croatia and Dalmatin they havo tho privilege of doing so in local evictions in person. In Italy widows voto for members of officers. At my Ptere you will (iod one ol ho finest itoeka of Millinery and Knthruldery Mateilal ever Sole proprietor Dean's lllack Diatrnnd Roif brooch t to Stanford. Ihae paid cash for my guoda Pamt Ksllmatsa furnltned for painting Wood, Metal and lion Reofs. hailsfjctmn (iua ran teed. and sell thtm for cash, so ims-- that you will le Alt molt paititml wlih Dean's lllack Diamond forced to buy Irom me. An examination will conPaint cuatantee.1 for years Dealers in be t cittern Pumps and Gslvaetutl Iron fillers. vince yeu nnd ) ou aie Invlled to make it. MRS. A. A McKlN'NEV. Se4iJ Vestibulon Trains with Huff l'siUr Cars, Coaches aiid DirnDi; Cars .hU U'i.kur llulfct Neeping Cars. a ST. LOUIS. tim . Muo-Ura- ss king; Pure I k Office w& PRICE, Owsley Building. SURGEON DENTIST. orer MeRobert Drug Store inthe new Stanford; ngoiiies. Bombay presidency, Hindiwtnn, the I have moved to toy new Hotel .and am better women exorcise mo right of Miffrage in Jicrarsdthau ever to accommodate the public. Fleas call and examine my slock before 'buyGood Livery attached and every convenience v nil municipalities. ing My puces shall be the lowest. Thanking Gie ut a call. In nil tho countries of Russian Asia isr-vyou for past favors, rtsnrctfully, 11 FRANK KlbKY, KATh DUlJUliKAK, .Manager. they can do so whorover a Rnminn colTho "Southwestern Limited" Soli I. Veslihwlrd Trains,... with Columbian Llbratv. llHtfet and Sinu ony settles. The Russian" aro colonizing !....- ir....L.wwfcMKlHKbBlli IL.... Cl..b... Wl II thowliolo Of their vast Asian pVOfl- - .andlmiir' .Klin ICrilIK f... AtTIIUI in New Cars, undli. taSenrs City at 4id suet Depot. io.tively I At the TEC33 sions nnd carryins with thom ovorv- old stand ol J. II, Green in whoro tho "mir," or self governing vilNo Ferry Transfer. Hustonvillo, - " Kontuc lage, whoroiu women who tsro hernia of Miss larboe, my trimmer, Is In the cities buyU suro our tlckcta read via 'JIIik Four." j ing my Vail and Winter Stock, and I will not make Has juit received a betiful line or households tiro pormittcd to VOt. myuusl fall trip. Iknh Ml is Jarhecand her purd. ii. martin. Women havo municipal HuiTrage in E. o McCOHmack. arrive J Ut Ak' chases willcall. uext week aud you ate cordially Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. r"Capo Colony, which rules 1,000,000 invited to 'cincinno. equaro milos. Furnituro and Stoves. j ; MISS L1CCIK 1IK.ZI.EY, Stanford, Ky. Aiunicipai woman suurago rules 111 Call and see his stock and ret his prices which Now Zealand. are lower than anvbodrs. II rou want a nice set THOMAS YKAGER of harens, a whip or a duster JAMES YKAGER. Iceland, in the north Atlantic, the Hinder Twine fur tale. islo of Man .(between England and Ireland), and Pitcuiru island, in the south MYKKS HOUSE Pacific, havo full woman suirrago. LIVER?, FEED AND nUIHffi SIA8LE, tho Dominion of Canada womon In havo municipal nuuiugu 111 ovory prov- K. Special Hates to Commercial Men, iWJ-iucc nm1 lso i tho Northwest Terri aTANFOHD, fc.Y. P. W. GREEN, Prop. 1t.A (I.Minli la an ....illf ... I.J.v tories. In Ontario they voto for all elect rt rh. arlAr TIm. :SnuatKl'rtwIn. ive officers except in tho election of ilkat-- s a Mrung wmrgy joa liwl livery give us a call, Ncthlag but ai.d UrimiMl'loy allieduf la nu tor rates. turnouts will leave our stable. See us This stable, which it run n connection with U members of tho legislature aud parliaInour the llmmb thwo M)tr ltoust, bat kcon supplied with ment ot l anted Mrsj oshI ai.lltiy HoUii.fth HARNESS nrrnn hi tho United States 28 statos and A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, to the bmiy mun cr imn; ami territories have givouwommi somoform ou J Kood lt.ottmfnt Maiccis. - llti- lIsriKli.r tin,. llaiiirMt'i. Buggies, Wagons, .1..U....lt.. ,. t7.i( ir(ll,H. wim 1... pnrf stwcliUv (or such ihix i a una. .Mii-iof suffrage, according to Political Progvj eur man he understands his busibess. Wc have a Ik1 Vitlnnie of new hteaa. tuuiuier's Sufflirt and It belter than ever ress, tho source of theeH) statements. nil t U14 Dicth.nic m our d' us d In a snail sixKe. r Tim only Through Sl'cptnir Car Hue liorn ! ignit clntali Vnor aUcpti.g Cats. BOSTON. A Ciu- - Miss Moore will arrive October lit, with everything that Is new and n tiby In the way of Treat For tlie Ladies. THE F.ll.RILEY HOUSE KILBV.J'roprlotor, London, - - Kontuoky. d. "3roK.id. N , ) I Mv TO LADIZS D. S. CA2.PEITT23Bf. well-know- n - T HrSJ in THUr?ELL, -- YEAGER&YEAGER, : I pr-- at 1 1 -. I first-clas- a fcpaliilati-dTjtv- , n -s I . M -- fnf iii cvagi am going to die," ho cried tho moment ho saw me. "You havo taken away half my soul!" "Certainly I have," said I sternly. "You did not expect mo to givo yon all 'that 'cash' for less than half your soul, did yon?" "Oh, no! but I wish it back, as I feel so bad without it." ' "All right," said I. "I shall go in tho room nnd destroy tho imago I did of you. Will yon then bo satisfied?" "I I J "Yes." Horo tho other panel smoarod with pnletto scrapings was produced after making proteuso at destroying it with a -3 knife, and nover in my lifo have I seen an expression of roliof to equal that of v the priest. Ho had not felt half his soul effects. O Teams turned out to graze by travelso much going out of him, but ho cer...For a., tho JU. tainly had felt it coming back again. ers stopping for being noon hour often hitched up, and Refre3hingi:Bath,.SHot or Gold, Ho could swear by it. Ho was now per- fall asleep whilo tho whip is necessary to arouso them. fectly woll again A stylth Hair Trimjor Clean Shave, go to They will then start off at a good pace, This wonderful cure gavo us all a U VrnpW ."'..rft Oook & ;Parmor's JBarbor Shop. very busy evening. All tho villagers but this gradually slackens, their bonds lVini'T XJntfatlnc, and was long agu droop, and presently thoy como to n full i Monthlies. cmwiml Oim-- of A. G. Lanhim who had complaints of auysort camo to stop, sound asleep. If tho animals aro It will Hi'iia In John O. Cattleman. euA "t.lt tUtXl, and yen will bavo us to bo restored to health. A leper who allowed to sloop until they awakou nat- n i)c" Vatrarlnes in one. Atldrer a had lost nil his fingers wished mo to W .i..nmk.i 1) JiniiusT. Ilitilher, thoy hcem much rofroshed, but make them grow again, and a ,t., ..urally, IS rat lt.h ilreci, .New York. d fonvard during tho period of f maaainf. Ita in..!. two of a poor child only a few mouths drowsiness tlioy nppear very wiwiry, ihwv.ik1 Hsartlc 'S rur'tc. , 011 ft.iril.tiiHiduiiKllc mailers, will ?.,Yf.?,,t....n.p:.YIl?8.0 1,U,thi' oven after tho dosiro to sloop fasso' off. i Itlterwl to llioso Im i vjiuu uutj biiniiig wuiur in u uig .O.wSMnv tlie T)ir IT It is not known what tho sloop inducing misInuk-t- es III its smail had dropped tho child in by T"w which priuoiplo is. It may bo something renitw, tuft ail, ami take, no was so badly scalded that I ln. , tboro traits MIK. tli, rounded sembling tho poppy, or it may bo some mlallY (i thu w kU am afraid, though I tried to reliovo his Iwiw.ir ! thing entirely different to rentier ter ciert 1.11. of w om phonkl pain, tho poor child cannot havo lived Umi-.are uiiftcu,Hi.iiltdwlili t moro than a fow hours. Fortnightly it rM. eim lor a pcliii-I'M'. (friei, ami Miw The C. i: O. lino prured a perpettiHl,,, Wlll imt. , "BAKBEE&OASTLEMAN Review. nrUi these TillHwl1" li put ' I uj.v"ii Ih Cm ar uf MVli MtUfy Imh. 01 tlie n.lt L.1110 raiuoau ai Iltorary wuuUo; ylfl,,7,n, cru,lnK to Ulifr lf MANAGERS, j Jeweled l'lnger Nulls. '". w.ioie raniiiy. inc'on "Talk about family trees and coats Oomoiorco Building, Louisville of arms, " discoursed tho horaldy clerk Agents throughout the South. Lto tho reporter. "Thoro is a grim old baron not far from tho Black Forest "U7. A. TSIBBLB, Local Agont. who has tho linger nails of all his an- cestors. And he is preparing to impress STANFORD, KY. his descendants by a fow chtf d'eouvrcs j Portland of his own. Francisco. San "Tins uomemnn auows 111s ungor nails to grow to au onormous longth, A and ovcry night and morning bathos them in lemon juice and auoiiits thorn sa JySj"SjPj .. i3"S with lotions. In duo timo ho lias thom 14 -- VIAcut and elaborately mounted in gold. Tho effect is a very fine mother of pearl. DON'T ACCEPT IMITATIONS. Ho has n groat dial of tate, and there aro some novel designs in his cabinet. Kf mr PBOOTCH ft OAMBLE co cihtl 1611 "Alougsido'somo of them, in jewoled aaas cr.l rt.tf.c .1.,. tlirt ft.it.r... t.ntl, fil .ltcf.i., CKICAvOllT $Q 'yjsy ivi"t h WAtDADYa generations of his honso. It is n pictur-tsqu- o mothod of prorerviiig tho bones of olio's forefathers, although it doo3 Jk.rn.tA PABL0K 0AH3. buggost tho shark's teotii and boar claw necklaces of tho suvaye. "New York ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE. CallfcrMail and Expro-s- . - DINING - CARS. RUNNING f- Gnus. grat reported hiving been tliECovcntl in Lincoln county, N. 3!., and it is said that it is not kuowti to exist anywhere oKo. According to tho Iowa Uomuetwwl, it; identity hm not boon botnnienlly determined, and it is only known by las popular name sloopy grajs. Tho propuriy from which tho luuuo is derivod it that of putting to sleep animals that graze ou it. It grows in among other grasses and is oaton readily by all kinds of stock. Horses that eat it go to sleep on their feet, whilo cattle nnd sheep usually lio down. Its offects continue for an hour or moro and then pass off, leaving no injurious Sltx;-.- A curious in Willi thl lype of thumb will tlior. ousriilr etijuy llw Htrtnry attraclkwf s jiagMfJtie lite ,r- ik hnr. 1st MtiiemeHt, mux. of th whuh wur'u'a rtolmoiith may b tvml ba fiHk an for h l lMHtr-.asid tK-- c. " .11- -. ...... m. it. .L ... Centra) Tyc li.Juali calrstre, ami a hrn1 uf BLACKSMITH SHOP. s work and' satistsctoiy Will guarantee nricea. 1 tv njr horse thix-r- . Agents for Dcenng Machines, the tightcit draft machine on earth. first-clas- prepaie supply the public with FIR3T-OLA8- ftttlin. Aixr-4-n Partiea and llutUU. HIOB OF AUh KINDS. Personal and prcnptattentsofi given luWeJdingt 3 lH'Url tl0c Tjt'O Imllcates liuty and art, ulchv 11 111 ilnrvd from the original painting by Do Ixingi'f. the nn.t colfbr&twl uf living nowcr.palntrr, vihlch will ho cuen to every subscriber to Demoresfs JIagnslne for Tho cost of this pupcrti ork of art Mas cannot be illstingnl.hed from tho original, llesldea tbla, an cKjuitlit; ulcture Is nub- oil or wster-tolo- r ,llshed In each number o( thqMaga- aine, ana tne arnciee are to pro- fufcly and s npcrbly lllaitrated that the Magazine Is, in rrality, a port- f.JIn of art nnrka of the blahrit order. The l'lillcwophlcTypo Is the tlminb of tho thinker and inventor of Idean, who will lie deeply Inter- ested In thoo developed monthly in Deraorest'a Magazine, In esery one of Its numeroua which coer the entire artistic an.l rrlnitlflc field, chronicling every plmsuteinthoDiMnlflcentoll.plcu, iire of rosea. lUxiJI lnchia. repro- - fiml ram lote uf AI HURNS.Maaacer P. V. ORKKN. Proprietor ; I fltT. IMA , I Stnnfofd. iVL VG1 3 --QaOUSO. ....... GIIF.LN. l'ropnetor. X T51 Ky. Midland Only Direct Line between XVy, Kontucky. C.J1IV. MRfl (t.M MnMW.MAlnn Cincinnati and Frankfort Sherwstlsad quickest between I am still running this Hotel ad will contlnuo to give my gumtsihe polutsl alien as well as the best the nvukct affords. tion n Frankfort, Georgetown nnd Pnrlu, Ask lor tickets via Kentucky MMtand, Tralnt run by Cenlral Standard lime, I 1 j pecial Attention to tho Travel ing rubne. first-class Gnrllnlo, Mnyavlllo, Cynthlunu, Fnlmouth uud OovIriKton. TirueTabUNov. A 18, When you want a I 1 turnout come to mv :e v TVpllV ataV,aU, Caller leave ordat ? Til A INS ' EAST. I p FHcm tp suit the hstd times. the Myers HouioOfticc Leavt Pranklart Summit... No. i. a. m. ttyi. No j. p. tu. 00 4 o4 4 No. 7. p. ro. t 00 1 .". -fi-hl-- uh-rUt bwitrcr CIDOT WilTfnMAI R AMIf OK Johuten 71" Slamiiibg Grsund.7 j8 nuvaii .7 i S. lUlrunn...... ,., .... ; 10 3 1 1 4 J4 4 4 lit 40 44 31 siS n th-- Georgetown.-C- STANFORD. KY. ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. u' surance Company uai-Iro- n, -- I I tl-- ! suh-crll- x' 111 i I I 9 11,1 ; 1 I " I Attention of the public is invitod to the fat TRAINS WKsT. No. 1. No. . No, 8 No. it inarinu is inn only 1"l"'u".."" I a. m. p. tu. a. ra unutrintpiuiiwomoi inc h.iiuii.i the capital .i Lto Pasis depositors are secured not only by Junction 4s ft 05 4 31 'oc, mil nv ine siocanoiucrs' naniuiy lor ao l.vc r.uit ....C 4J amount equal to the stock, so lha; depositors cl Arr Hlliabnh .... 9 i 6t( 4 S3 this institution are secured by a fuud of )4toco Arr Centrevillc.. . iee 619 3 n . ia4 6 tj rtvciwornsutnucnis ottneconuitisu 01 inc osns Arr Ncwtowu 3 ..o arc made each ytarto tho United Sutet (overs- - ArrC S Prpot... -- inig 641 and Its assets are examined at stated timo Arr Oiyirgvto.n II 10 ij ' 64s went 3 30 6 51 809 vj KUTcmiuciJt ai;enu, ihus I'cuiius; huiiiiuk. Arr lohtis-u- i ..io 41 ancf perfect safety to depositors. 6 Kj 8 10 . ArrDuvall E to This institution, originally established as the ArrSlami'g Ground i4r4 10 7 o' Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1838, then Arr Switier ..11 04 7 13 3c tied ascitic National Dank ol Stanford in iSijanc Arr Klkhorn nil 77 ao 9 '3 tho Hirst National llank ol Arr Summit 6 again ..M ,7 Staulord in ikti, has had practically an uninterArr Fiankfcn .A.. .11 j 3 73 rupted existence of 11 years, It Is better supplied Capital Stock-- . Surplus " . .8200,000 rs ortfi 'iww 1 l)epot.. 1 ii .. 8 oS Ncwteii Cepireville... ...... ii ao " Kluabetli. ... Arrive Pant .C... ...... S jo Pan's Junction, ... ....... " il 7 so7 4 ... SJ J II s s so J5 1) 00 . too t 10 t 40 M : 3J5 3 45 4 3S iii? , cunts, now with lacilttics for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long nt honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu firms nnd individuals respectfully solic-te- j The; Directory ot this Bank World's Fair Record. Fore. tin Reid, Lincoln county S, T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; it composed ; ol Notm Sunday A connects with L. A' N. It eotnects with (. ,V C. and L. S. c: (.(Hiufctt wiih K. C. Nos. 1, a, 3. 4. 7. Band See bunday irums Wt LeaveUGeorgetown A. at I'rankfert 11. At. SUNDAY TRAINS. 10:15 b. u, dally esccpt A. M.; arrive J. W. liaydea, Stanford; CHICAGO 9" o PlfRE f W. A. Trlbblo, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, SUnfordf T. P. Hill.StanfordJUCr K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J .Miller, Mt. Vernon-S. Hocs-nr- , President; John J, McKoberu, Cashier; A. A. McKtnnerAsiiiUnt Cashier. S.Il Haughnian, Liucoln; J.S.lfocker Stanford; Kat Leave frankloil a:n P. il ; arrive l Georgetown 315 r. m. The Ki mucky Midlsnd Railway and connections term the saortiwt and ikoapeal route to all poiuta Sulh, Kast, Sorth and WtHt. For fuilher mformatioa apply to their agents C. D. liLltCAV, Gen Pas.. Agent. GEO. II IIARPKH, Gen. Mipt J NORFOLK yss WRITKJ TO ShIUmI Almonds. E. H. BACON, D. P. K.. F, J KKED, G. PA Chicago, III I.ouitvi'.Ie, Ky. Somebody hns pone and discovered St. Paul. .IF YOU ARE GOING that salted almonds woro a favorite ' ediblo in Xoro's time, and that that Denver. wicked croaturo nibbled at them just as every ono does today if ho gots tho chnuco. It is hoped salted almonds are not accountable for tho inauy acts of cruelty which mark Nero's Joign, if thoro is anything worso than dyopopsia to bo laid at their door it is well to know it now. A sovoro attack of Indigestion might make au oiuporor commit tho most ikinlit-- acts aud its cauho bo buried in oblivion until this Modern pokenoso discovered it to bo tho salted nlnioud. Boston Herald, bo-cau- DRUG STOR w Class, Potty -- Farmers fianlc&Trnst OK Co 9 vs. bra STANFORD, KY Itnowfullj'organircd and ready for business wit Paid-u- p eiLsicgij, TICKETS SOLD TO m i I 3DMHJGB ........ i,.. ... 8 SST Prescriptions Caiefully Compounded, All - And Paints, 5 Surplus, Capital of . $200,000 L'COOO ALL T0INTS: 8 .THE...... "W. .. -. "a B. McROBERTS, a BdiMB9 Opp.. Court-House- . . Louibviilc . Nashvilic R. R. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the sauit assets and ucdei tho same managoment. By provisions of Its chatter, depositor are af fully protected as aiu depotitoia in National Hanks, ita shareholders being held Individual) lianle to the extent of the amount of their tuxt therein at the par value thernol, in addition to tbt amount invested In tuch shares. It may acta, executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully r an individual. To those who entrusted their bulsincss to 111 while mnsglutf the Lincoln National Uank ol SOUTS-WESl Stanford, wc we here tender our many thanks and 'J1S WEST, K0RTB-WE5- T, trust they will continue to transact their buitr.esi otfering as a guarantee for prompt attenwith ut, FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS tion 'to tamo, our twenty years' oxpcrit.uce is AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. banking and as liberal accommodations as ate cca sistcnt with sound banking. -- OHIO, BCiDliHA, sLLIHOIS, WiSCOtiSlFJ, MISSOUni, KAWSAS, KEBRASy, COLORADO, ARKAwSaS, CAUFOngiifi, TEXAS, v i THE REST R0UTET0 THE COACHES. It the line for yon, as ita Tnttooiiij- - .o!dlrV Arteries. r-- DlHICTOHt: Daily Trains Doable close connections at Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI for all points. TltROUGK TICKETS SOLD T,fR0U(JH SUnlbrd, Ky KoranyinfonnMionjulrer n, VT. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Past. Agent, Junction City, Ky most of tho deaths which occur ou tho field of battle Irom bleeding to death boforo surgical aid arrives. Tho French govrruuRut have umUt consideration n solic 1110 for tattooing tho soldiers of tho Fionch ariny with a certain mnrk over each artery, so that a wound- FALL-:-AN- D ed man would bo ablo tus'.uich tho How of blood himself and thus increase his Goods Warranted and chauco of IlYiug.'J Paris Letter, It is a pretty well known fact that &f$tV IB -:- - J J. Heceivinjf His WINTER ... GOODS. call. a Perfect Fit Guaranteed: 'Give me Williams, Ml, Vernon; , H, Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Etnbry, Stanford; J. Ii. Owsley, Stanford; J. F. Catb, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford; A. W.Carpeuter, Mllledgeville, K W. It. Cummtui, I'reachonv.ll S. II. Shankt, President, Dr. J. Ji. Owiley, Cashier, W. M. liTisht, Teller. NORTH AND EAST. 'ULLMAH VESTIBUIEO SLEEPIHO AND DINING CCRS SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE '.ORFOLKVESTERN RAILROAI CHEAPEST, PCST AND QUICKEST LINE. wefccrljitlv 'nraplilot, to uny nation Agnt, or to w. n. atviiL, ALLEN HULL, M.r. DRA30, Uli, rs..ifff r At, Tr.icli.r rH. if wa'l 1'wMsrrail. IIUl.MJkL.s. loLlallLsO. luimuki; ta. Write for Ilntcs, llntw, 1 lMi