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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894112301 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. s i. i r . ; v H Semi-Weekl- y i Interior Journal STANFORD. KY:. FRipAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1894. 'ROWLAND. HUSTON VI LU:. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. i 7" . I 5,i - t.' VOL. XXII. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. NO. 75 IVepihg into tho lihrary of T. 0. Mrs. VAz Cook wan visiting herOy Mis? Mary Miller gavo an elegant Miss Locket .Sinitli has returned to llnll, thu hooka which ho studied i.'l years hCr home in Frankfort, after spending a party Tuesday evoning iu honor of her this week. T. J. Johnson is eonfintd to liln he d ngo, when ho wcntto school atStenforJ, ' pleasant visit Ht 0. 0. visitor, MIm Claire, of Knoxviilo. to tuts oflrrespontlent, can bo seen; ami with consumption. Mr. J. V McAfeo lian hought P. W. Tho Garrard County. Bible Bocioty Mrs. Many Chosnut, of CBrrolUon, around them dusters mnny n fond and G teen's livery stable at McKinnoy and will meet, at tho Presbyterian church yet many n sad recollection. Tom was a will remove tho first of tho year 'Mo., is visiting relatives in lindon. next Sunday night. Dr Savage- will bo and It. 0. Ford J good student, bur his body has outgrown John 0. Tho fishing party writes (that the present and conduct the meeting. ' wero here his mind. andidatesforHtutotroaauror, river is covered with ducks and some aro The many friends of Mr. Andy Rice, Tiih ollicers and teachers of tho How- thinking of going down to havo some of Lower Garrard, will regret to learn Tuesday night. "Down tho Slope," a play advertisod land Sunday-Schowill have ri box sup spott. that he has had another severo attack of to be at thu Jackson Opera House, failed pur in the pchool housit on Thursday The teaclisrs of tho" Hustonville rheumatism and was compelled to rtturn ulght, SOth, Thanksgiving. Everybody magisterial dtntrict will meet in to appear Monday night. to Martinsville, !nd. Tho Knights of Pythias arc prcpar- - invited to come. The ladles will bring Mr. Will O. Wherritt phowed us on 21. at tho district ing to produce a play, entitled "Damon boxes of nico things which will bo sold school building, promptly at 2 o'clock i, Irish potatoo which weighed 3' poTinds to the highest bidder for the benefit of M Misa Julia Star, president. and Pythias," for tho holidays. and 2 ounces aud an apple which niess-nre- d William II. Williams took nn over tRo Sunday School. Tito cnterprino 16 inches in circumference. They Mrs. Helen Jliillinan and her niece, GREAT doso of morphine Tuesday night, but by should be liberally patronized. Mia Melllo Hopper, spent a few days in wero sent to him from Spokane, WushOllio Hiatt has accepted a clerkship Lexinutoli this wok. Dr. Brown has hanl work a couple of physicians saved Mr. BurPSpencor, of, Lo'uisyille', was in a poultry utnl produce housa at Rich- returned from Tennessee, with no veni- here this week. Misses Beruico and Bf his life. "Uncle" Abeo Jones, an aged school mond. Mrsf Jane Carter-startetoTxas son, but pleuty wild turkeys. James A. Baughman! of Richmond, are visiting this week to visit a slater. Mrs. Wood-yar- Harper lelt Tuesday for Atlanta, Ga.f at Mr. Ed Morrow's. MiBses Jennie and teacher, ran nway with MUs Highly of Hrcdhcad, is visiting her daugh- with a c4r load of mutes. of Faris Statio'i, Sunday night aul Bessie Burnside are visiting friends in n -- The Christian Endeavor Society will town. Mr. George Dunn, of Stanford, was maried at Jellico. ter, Mrs. J. II. Hilton. Mr. Ilarve and family Vro vlBitingaMre. Jacob Hackney, of tho ilrm of J. A v givo a supper and orfc iisplay at Yowell'8 WJ8 hero Monday. Messrs. Jack Roct Mr. and Mrs. J. R Riines are Hall, Thanksgiving evening. Our sup- and Walker McKinney, of Stanford, a 3 K. H. Hackney, had his collar bono brokOI" en and otherwise severely, injured Mon- visiting his parents. Mrs Louisa Sears pers are noted for their success and Stan- tended Miss Miller's party Tuesday ev day by a ruuaway horse. Tom Holt, and Mrs. Mary Keeny, of Pulaski coun- ford is noted for the numbar ofj'couples ening. A. II. Rice has accepted a posiwho was driving, was eoveridy bruised. ty, are visiting their sister. Mrs. V. N. Bho sends over to them, and wo hope tion with an Ohio farming machite Early. sho will maintain her presont high stan- house aud will make his home in CinflRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Sinco tho political struggle is over, dard by sending a largo number. It Is a cinnati. pco pleasint drive of only 10 miles auds it Circuit court is progressing very satMr. George Keynolds, of Uco Lick, let us become quiet and educate tho Mr. I. X. Newland is pie for another contest, hoping to live to is for achariUble purpose, their money isfactorily under tho supervision of Judge was hero Tuesday. We mean to make this a closing sale n ev:ry sense of the word. seo a reoccurronco of tho scenes two(nudtimo could not be more profitably Saufiey. His charge, to the grand jury etill very ill. years ago. xn order to uc mis we suouiu invested Monday was in his usual abld and lucid Next month everybody is thinking about Christmas, so we want to. mule Mr. W. II. Collyerloat a yoni fol- Mr. Frank North and Miss Florence style. Ho dispatches business rapidly make as clean a sweep as possible cf our Dress Goods within the last night that he had just bought a few place a catechism, somewhat like the next l .toning, before the people: What caused Hrovvning wero married Tuesday eve- and gives his undivided, lime and attendayu ago. To do this we make big reductions on all our Dress Goods, Trio republican party. ning at 0 o'clock at iw home of tho tion to his judicial duties. He is popu week. Our ineotlng at thu Baptist church the hard times? We give you an idea in the following prices: How? By a high tariff and by locking bride's grandmother, Mrs. N.moy with everybody, for oil recognize his from cheapest to finest. lar closed iaat Thursday nfgUt with SO addithe money in thu East to dupe the peoRev. W, W. Bruce ofllciatiug. ability aud impartiality us well as his tions to tho church. very sick ple. Why is a million iu the Etst as The secret was so well kept that very uniform courtesy to the members of the Mrs. A. J. Piku has liail-South? leV knew auything nbout it until tho bar nnd litigants rvho have business iu baby for tho last fuw days, but It is con- common as a thousand in the Because thu protected inauufuctutera livo very day. Tim groom is a moral young court. Hon. John Sam 0eley, Jr., is a valescent at this writing. men off? Wool Novelty. Good? were 39c" mau and hia breide a vivsJioiH young vigorous prosecutor and is always Old Uncle Johnnie Cummins, who there? Why aro the silver they want to sell their pit ver. What lady, llkod by all who know Iter. Our prompt and efficient In the discharge of !...., were 40c All Wool Henriettas and Sceges in tho West part of this uouuly, lived in the mutter with any given section? congratulations are that their final sepahis oilicial duties. He has many frienis died last Monday, Bged 03 years. Mad because the democrats didn't agree ration may be as noticeable for their old in old Garrard. Among the visiting atMr. J. G. Frith was over at Lowell l-2c C. Warren, a distinto Uvor them, to thu detriment of the age as tnelr union is for their s. torneys is Hon. R. last Friday. Mr. A. 0. Willison, who people. What will remedy this? Free guished member of the Stanford bar. ""n has been spending a few weeks at Liber- trade and sailor's rights.. Why do re '. i1nt. QnA Tim business of the court is of a light , t,n?r n( nn nr ,. ,n;nf. Wni,(1t;(is nfil ty selling sowing machines, has returned publicans like Becret billot? Bocauoe . FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. character and the tem will last only a . . . ...,-,..-...to our town and Is now trying to collect an wooi nenn- 50cyara. ui: same price wc win oner they love to go behind tho curtain. Why lt days longer. It is a two weeks' Five red boars for B3le. J. E. Bruce, some of the debts he has coming to him term, but county court and Thanksgivetta and Series; r.egularjorice has been 60c. did some vote witli thu republicans lost Stanford. here. near tlini-ing will take two duys, thus shortenirg Because they couldn't havo everySO acrps of wraps aud stock Foil Rust. Dro. Pike went to Glllead chinch thing their own way. Why did others land near town. Hugh Seargent, Stan- tite court to Un days. last Saturday and filled his appointment, dosi? Because they had been duped y preaching Saturday, Sunday and Sunday about tlui hard times and know no bet- ford. A stone blotting pad being introducJohn Moberly sold to Robinson & ed is made of a bibulous stone and one nJght and bad four restorations that is A" lot of Dress Goods, some new, some from last season, but all qualj tor. Must we forgive them? Yes, for jfronfessiou. He returned Monday and they know not what they did. What Son, of Garrardn bunch of export cat- eaid to absorb ink more readily than any ' "' . ittes that were 75c up to Si. 25 yard. ;Bys that thero was a negro by the iuilo Is democracy? Its fundamental prin- tle at 3c. blotting gaper In use. It is formed y J. K. Baughman, of tho West End, compressing the sediment deposited by of Todd shot and killed at Ivirksvlllo Sat ciple is "Equal rights to all and has a mare colt six uiontiis old that 1 urday night. certain hot spring?, which, having been exclusive privileges to none." What Mrs. Rebecca Hughes, the lady wo U republicanism? It means protec- weighs 610 pounds. Shu is by his fam- accumulating for ages, "is available in ous jack, "Jack." reported in our last letter as being at the inexhaustiblo quantities." It is highly tion and riches to a few, and poverty Win. Morelaud bought in the Hub Cocrt Cloths that have sold until now at Si. 35 ' point of death, died Friday. Sho was 96 and hard times to the masses. Centrali-zitlo- n poroiH, and will, it is said, take up a sur- Some popular hie section a car load of heavy hogs at years old and bad been confined to In r h Bfo.ad: Bengalines that were S1.25; yard: Also prising quantity of ink,' requiring only of power is its watchword. 3.60. He also bought in tho McKinney bed for some months from tho ollVcts of occasional scraping,with a knife to keep cloths that were Si. neighborhood 30 extra good ones at 4c. paralysis. She was buried at tho Chrisit clean and ready for use. "Beg pardon in'am," said theinspec Walker W. Lyon, of Mt. Salem sectian church cemetery Saturday, llro. 8. RoDertO. Winthrop, who died in tor "there seeniB to bo some mistake! tion, claims to have the finest pair of Oollyer, tho pastor of that church, oill- hero either you havo already voted or mules In the county. They are both Boston last week, was the oldest clatlng. of tho House. Mr. Winthrop Bomo ono has voted in your name." mares, and weigh nearly also enjoyed tho distinction of having All the high art Novelties in Dress Goods that have been $1.50, an"Oh that was me," said the votress. "I 2,000. Col. W. 0. P. Hreckiuridgu has nounced that the subjects of his lectures voted early this morning, but I have G. D. Boono has bought tho John personally known every Presideut of tho Si. 75, S2 and S2.50 yard will now go at exactly half those prices. Washington aud Years Among changed my mind and want to vote tho Binr;aman farm of 133 acres near will bo as follows: "Ten d United States except Tariff Reformers," "Henry Clay and His other way now." Indianapolis Journal. for 52,200 und moved to it Wed Joilerson. He was Speaker of the 13th Dickv was overheard saying his nesday. Mr. Biugaman has rented 110 Congress. Times," "Thomoa Jofleraon," and A steamer is now building in Hol- We have them to please you.' Astrachan Capes Sio to S22.50; CoJackson." He will not lecture iu prayer the other evening at bedtimo in acres of Hon. J. S. Offsloy, Sr., at Wal land, which is designed to ply on the this faihion: "0 Lord, bless Johnny nut Flat for $2o0. Kentucky for a year, but will "do" tho ney $7 to Si 2; .Wool Seal Capes $ig to S25; IMantcn Capes S25 nnd Billy Holiday and me, aud don't let other States. Tho Georgetown Times reports 300 waters of the Dead sea. It will awaken' to S35; China Seal Capes and Cloaks from 3.50 to 20.00. any of us die; but If any of ua got to die cattle on the market, and prices 'ranging the echoed in the old hills of Moab, wi.h .Now the frost is on the pumpkin, Anion." Chi- from 2.S7i to 3 per cwt. A few of top sounds that have never been heard there I'd ruther it was them. And the fodder's in tho shock, cago Tribune". And the nation's interest centers grade sold at 3 15 to "3.30. Mules, single, before. -- Recording to the oilicial figures, tbo In the growing turkey-cocMinzio Chow, a femislo highway rob- $40 to JS3; iu pairs, S75 to $155. Horses circulation p;r capita on thu first of the Good quality ladies' Vests' 19c; "Sanitary" Cotton Ribbed Vests at' Mr. Warden, of Nevada, Mo., put his ber serving a five yetrs sentence in tho dull and but little or no demand. fel25c, worth 50c. Choice lines fine wool mixed'and all wool Under revolver in an unusod stove. Mrs. War Ollio penitentiary, is so noisy thnt tho Tho Advocate pays Montie Fox mouth was 524.27. There aro lots,of ' compelled to tie her tongue bought of den put a fire in tho Btove.nd tho rovol otllcials are wear for ladies, children and men. J. P. Rtffe, of Lincoln, two lows who didn't havo even the 27 cents nights In order that tho other prison- ljads of export cattle at 1.12 aud ono left alter pitying their election bets. at volvcr dhl tho rest. IV During the gold fever in California I aU miiu Jlatt banumgo at tho same John Lynch, tho brother of Judge ers may sleep. The fire loss in the United States du- price. A pair of mules sold Monday at beef brought 30c a pound, buttor $1, egga Charles Lynch, tho originator ol tl e SKIS.OOO-00miction for f 128 and 25 horses at $30 to wero $1 23 a dozen, a hen sold for ?2 50, Lynch law, was the founder of Lynch- ring ttio mist year unlimited to of tiros was35,lf-8auTlij.nutnber aud milk at 25c a quart. burg, Va. Jose Saivdaor Franch, the anarchist Ohinn's rolt, Lissak, carried Paris boy recently squeeze J his tho amount the fire insurance companies A Jack called to pay was $100,000,000. l'2'ti pouudu (Isoiii up) at San Francisco who killed 20 persons by hurling a bomb sweetheart so tight that be broke tho were A wire, inofewige from New York to and made monkeys of u field oU Califor- into a theatre at Barcelona, was execued caso on his watch. News. Auckland traverses a length of line in one lUt. Wednesday. nia cracks, going Stephon Kolly, of 'Meridon, Conn, s of which nilloH, nearly Alweighs 10S pounds, and measures six is submarine cable. It has to he ropeat He was 3 to 5 favorite. At the Pa'lo Maudo IIow did you over manage to yearling bIo, Ohinu bought Glauciua feet around tho wnibt. to cure that youug man of hia love for ed or rewritten 15 times. by Flambeau -- G!endow, for, $2,000. In Peru tho cotton plant grows to bo you? boaring from 25 to CO Warn't much on leadiu' tho papers Tho Paris News says iBrent & Bro. a trco and is in Mario Took him shopping one day have bought S,000 turkeys of an average and let him watch me while I was at a years. Saul they never hpd any news; The French havo a pleasant cure for Thero was bread to buy, an' they all come weight ol 11 pounds at 0 cents and will bargain counter. Chicago Record. f high, Blniighter them for the Boston Thankscolds in tho head tho inhalation of colho didn't have inonpy to lose. An giving market. At Muir Bros., sale SCO two Liivos aavoa. ogne. pf City, IU., wa Warn't much on readiu' the papers Mrs. barrels of corn sold at $2 in thu shock, told by Phoebe Thsmas, hid Junction ption and tha consura doctors she her Heap ruther walk than ride; Wisconsin Central Lines. 100 stock owes at there was no hope for her, but two oonles of Or fat hogs at 4.10 and big hotel, King's Kew Discovery completely cured her and Through lino from Chicago to St. Paul Put un once attho gas an' tiled I Mr. Thos. liters, 139 Blowed out sho tnys It saved her life -' 50. dread and Minneapolis, making cloao connecAtlanta Constitution. U. W. Leo sold today to Weihl 110 fFlorida St., San Kraucisce, suffered from awithout It will amply repay you to come down to see our Christmas disul cold, approaching consumption, tried tion (no transfer) with lines running to result everything else then boueht one bottle ot cattle, 1,500 pounds average, at $1J. Bella I hear that Mario has joined We will have thousands ot Handkerchiefs at remarkably low King's New Discovery and in two weeks was play. all points in Minnesota, North aud South Tip and Hurry havo bought about Dr. Ho Is naturally thanklul. It is sucn re Idaho, Oregon, Cali- tho church nnd given up dancing and 000 bushels of corn at from $1.80 to 2 cured.of which these are samples, that provo the prices. Books of all kinds at half usual prices. Cut Dakota, Montana, sults ' wonderful efficacy of this medicine In coughs and fornia, and Pacific Coast points. The di- parties and all thah Isn't it funny? delivered. They also bought -- o stacks colds. Free trial bottles at A. K. l'enny's Drug Glassware and fine "Letnoges," "Carlsbad," "Boun," "Delit," Delia Xot in tho least. You would Regular size 50c and $1. rect lino to all points in Eastern, Middle, hay from Harry Aloore at 50 Store. Hungarian," and all other celebrated Chinas. Silver articles by the have done it yourself if your neck had AshNorthern and Western Wisconsin, cents per hundred in the Btack. Advohundred. Real Tortoise Shell Hair Pins and Combs, Japanese ware; all Lake Superior got as hopolesBly sunburned as here last land, Duluth and cate. b summer. Perfumery, Novelties, &c. , and remember every article will be said' at points. Doublo dally through train J. W. Bales baa bought nnd shipped enuipineut. For full vVhrn Hahy was rlclr, wo cava her Castorl. with prices that will save you money. Henry Wiitou, the poilmister at Wdihton, Fla., about ,000 export cattle this fall and rJio was a Child, she cried for CastprU. any ticket agent in 1 ayi lie enred a caie of diarrboca of long Minding particulars-addreshas paid from l to 5 centra pound, ills Whn In ix liouri, with oue mull bottle ol Chamber tho United States or J. 0. Pond, geueral lio' Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. shipment on Monday was 2o carloads. When sho boctmo Miss, she clacg to Castori. What n pleasant lurpriie that must have been to Vhi die had Children, sho give them CartorU. paesongor agent, Milwaukee, Wis. the luflun'r. buch cuvct are not unutual with thu These cattle have averaged close to 1G00 only one or two doslemcedy. In tuaur uiktauces es are eqmrcd to gie permanent relief. It can lbs. and at an average .of $75, have BucKiln'sArnlca Salve. always be depenued upon. When reduced with brought to this county the. neat sum of Tht belt sslve la the world tor cuts, bruisess ater it it pi chap-dsalt rhpum, fover for ial h vDr.S. G. Hocker, ilrueeUttan' $225,000. Richmond Climax. lorei. u!cer,chilblains, corn sores,allfetter, orup- 1 and skla Electrlo Hitters.' hands, ford. W. B. Kidd has shippedjn tho last This remedy is becoming so well known and so perfect id It uVnteed to t.give .0 . satisfaction as to need no special mention. All who . a citUen of W. o "'." . be. Kay, A. McGuire,opinion that there is nothingMc- few days lor export 00 cittie, wt. 1503 popular Electric Hitters sing the same song of r monv rerunoeu. have used as O., is ol the not exist yor iat by A. R. Penny, fcumora, Jvy. good lor children troubled with colds or croup as pounds, which wero 'bought eomo time praise. A purer medicine does claimed. and it It Electric Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy. He hat usod it 14 ago at 5 routs, und 143, ,wt. 1550 pounds, Ctiarantced to do all that is Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidfor several years with the belt results In tt.e Me or chcit thero U not teS his family keeps a Pimples, For bottle of it in the house, Al which coat 4J cents. Turkeys are bring- neys", will remove caused byBoils, Salt llheutn and 'i.'.i !,. nrilanncldimneneil with Cham- - aud atwayi impure blood; will affections system and prevent as erWriiiltmnaLou?donom J"8,?"1 and ter having la Krippa he was hiTiself troubled with ing ilh cents on foot in this county, other malaria from the fevers. Kor cure of Head, drive a severecougn, lie used other remedies without prompt and permanent allordi cure all malarial concluded to try the chiMreu's Pr....i It ilma will often prevent a cold from re- - benefit and then his delight it soon etlected a per- which is slightly mora than the prices well asConstipation and Indigestion, try Eloctrlc in ache, and to nlitnrin tmeumonla. lull UJ treatment U a medicinecure. Hitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money manent reported by most of our exchanges. refunded. Pricosoc and Ji per bottle at A .K. 35 and 50 cent bottles for tale by Dr. S. G. oeker l"Mli s,aa S .atoiir For Penny's drug store. Winchester iJomocrai. llockcr, druggist, Stanford. ! i I - lli-rndo- n ' I - ol Huston-vllleSattirdittN- Danville, Kentucky. - Wat-kin- s, d, Closing -:- - Sale Wil-so- Steen-berge- n. -- DRESS GOODS. 25c Yard. Bo-cau- 3S-inc- h youth-fuluee- .... ni so-inc- 37 Yard. ,f -- 40-inc- u 49c Yard. ? 1 75c Yard. 1 h 4S-tnc- h 54-inc- NdVBLTIBS HALF PRICE. CAPES AND CLOAKS. 1 May-woo- "An-dro- w UNDERWEAR. k. 0. UWJlaIw 1 JaXlJw y 10,-12- .1 livo-oifcli- three-fourth- OPENING, 1 fcl 11 '- November 30 Bric-a-Brac, r sor-vI- 11 first-clas ss " well-kno- .f Danville, Ky. ford. ti ' v 4 riE'"ir'"'- - . " 1 h! fir v i & m I The Stato .board has roducod the as-- THE DsT BOOKS. jemi-Weeksessment on whiBky to 110 a barrel. Interior JoukkaL' Tho democrats of the AlabamaXeg-islatur- o renominated United States Sen- ELLA WHEELftR WILCOX AS A CRITIO , Ky., November 23, 189-ator Morgan. OF FICTION. Btanford . Joseph Wiao, of OoMyllle, 0 , bit off n stick of dynamite in order to kill Rie Snj- It Ix ik rity lo Wasto Sympathy VV. P. WALTON. Ho is dead. on Itwcmnto llrrolno ot Jfovel 'When y Paul Conrad, Presidentof tho LouisOf new, stylish and serviceable ,)ur Nearest Neighbor ?Iay ISo 1'"5 iana Lottery Company and of its successfor It. A wild nnd woolly scheme of the or, died Tuesday. ICopj right, ISM, by American Press Awoeln-tloFrankfort politicians is published in tho A dust explosion in a coal tnlnonear Louisvillo Times. It is Hint Clay and Collier's Station, W. Va., killed aaven If tho heroines of popular novojs Ilardin are to withdraw from tho gubershould como to lifo today, I often won- In the second week of its mighty success and vc know how to run men and injured other. of Gov. McCre- natorial contest in favor Train Rohhor Hedgepeth was sen- der how thoy would bo rugartled by tho successful sale when it is fully itpc. Every day last week our house nry, who ia to be nominated lor govertenced at Jefferson City, Mo., to 25 yenrs men and women who find thorn ho fasv acclamation and elected by the nor by was crowded with eager patrons gathering the goods to their hands. t imprisonment for tho 'Friscoexpress cinating in books. Take, for instance, Dnubio in BnTrie's Why not? The fine qualities and low prices brought the throdg and old time 50,000 majority. There are marobbery. most entertaining of "The Little ny reasona for the impracticability of Rusaia has moro than twice tho area Clay any of onr imt orr took the goods. You all know extra values when you sec them. such a scheme. In the: first place, na Minister. J' Select of tho United States, ia nearly twice thodox Now England townV, whew tho You will be surprised at our great variety and and Hardin could not bo pulled off the populous, and its annual increase by minds of tho inhabitants run iu deeply engine and in the was 1,519. track with a traction 700,000 worn timo honored groove$,nnd imagine, N McO. Roberta Pop. Prohib. births is 2,000,000, compared with second Gov. McCreary does not care to Anderson 44 in this country. 10 if wo can, n pretty, mysterious, fanoi-full- y 8:0 1,021 be governor again. His ambition in Boyle 18 0 1,002 attired young vtomnu running 1,25'J China has only 200 miles of railway 109 10 1,130 1,31 r that direction has been fully satisfied, Garrard in wtual operation. Japan's total length through tho woods, with leaves un1 ber- Ajfine pair of blankets for SO 5 1,000 75c, worth $1.25. An extraordinary good ried twined iu her hair,' duiioing to and his eye is now upon the Sennf, to Jessamine.... 1,232 193 of railway lines, for which concessions uinsiu of her own mt.kiug. 13 1,507 sure to go as he Lincoln . which body he is as pair of blankets for $1, worth $1.7.5. Comforts for 75c and $i, worth 185 are granted, is 2,520 miles, of which 34 2,373 2,608 Madison A strangely at tractive creature, withlives. His triumphant election against Mercer 109 1,912 miles are in actual operation. . 37 1,331 1,36'J out question, ns portrayed by tho nrtis-ti- o nearly double the money. Don't forget to look at our all wool Dress 0 0 955 the great odds that confronted the party Rockcastle... 705 Goodloe Combs has been sentenced pen of Mr. Barrio. But what clergy- Goods this week, 25c per yd., worth 50c. Misses cashmere 27 S2S 16$ 1,709 putB him in closer touch for promotion, Shelby to Iile imtu sonmoni ior man of today would under any combi 7 at Ktimtnn 19 275 for 15c, worth 25c. Ladies' all wool hose for 20c, worth 35c. A by any Spencer...... 739 hose and ha will not be 900 the murder of' John A. Rose. A pro nation of circumstances bo led into 212 JackBon such visionary plans as tho Frankfort imprisonment was making hor his wife? And, if 'ho did, few more deadly blows that will knock all other stores vioua.verdict of life 759 322 12,155 conspiratora may concoct 13,505 what congregation would, nccopt her? Totals royersod by the Court of Appeals. 1,350 Plurality We feel our hympathy mid lntercht cenJs stated that thero are in this It The republican Congressman elect Tho official count giyeB Hon. John tered in this fantastic coquottu from 150,periodicals published by from tho 4th district issues a certificate ol K. Hendrick n plurality of 3.11S votes in country phyi tho first pago in which she appears to They.bave 250 lawyers, 750 tho last. llntSvnh what coldntw, sus- Our men's $3. 50, $$ and $7 suits have knockod competition's eye, good character for Alphabet Guiiy, who tho First Congressional district over sician, while thre are 300 ntgro stu- picion mid Bovero criticism wo should will warm a Beat in the court ol appeals Keysi populist. The republican candi out. Our $2.50, $4 and $6 overcoats are tempting specials for those European universities. meet her in real lifol Wo adore tho for the next eight years at $5,000 a year. date got only 2,701 votes and thu prohi- dents in the Remember our Ladicjs' and Ten thousand dollars a side was put little minister for being bravo enough who know bargains when they see them. He says he is well acquainted with tho bitionist 444. v up at Cincinnati by tho managers of to risk name, position and lifo itclf in Children's Cloaks and Capes will be sold cheaper than our competit old duffer, and knows him to be a man The vote in tho Third district was as Eugeno Sandow and Irviii Montgomery her twhalf, bnt wi would call him n We lead the town in of integrity and a lawyer of ability and follows: Hunter, 10,045; McElroy, poor, crazed fool ,woro ho to do tho ors can buy them. foe a test of.Btrength to take place in Cinbelieves him well qualified for the posiHunter's plurality, cinnati within three months from this sumo tiling in our own congregation to1,113; day. tion to which he has been elected. In 1,001. date. Toko almost any of Onida's heroine'? his opinion ho will discharge the duties Tenth district, long term: Kendall By a coalition of the republicans How alluring they are, how tne mdmory of his office faithfully, intelligently and dem:, 14.S45; Hopkins rep., 14,692; KenNorth Carolina is taken of them haunts us long after wo close 3cst quality of children's rubbers, 20c. itcst quality of Misses and with satisfaction to t5o people of the dall's majority, 253. Short term: Beck- nnd populists out of tho democratic column, and after tho covers of tho book! What sirens of Ladies' Rubbers 25c. Remember our State. This may be true, but wo have ner dem., 14,231; Bosley rep., 12.97C! 90c ladies' shoes can't be ' March 4 will be represented in tho Sen. fascination, what orentnres of "smbtlo 'our doubts all tho same. If any good Beckner's majority, 1,201. bought elsewhere for $1.25. Our children's shoes will be sold for half charm" for whom men nro rmdy tc ato by one, certainly, probably two, can come out of such a creature as that abandon home mid honor They give no price. We will sell you a good man's shoe for $1 that can't be fought Eleventh district: Colson, rep., portrayed in Monday's Louisville Times, onconragement iu look, word or act, yet Stone, dem., 10,932; Adams, ind. rep., A bloody battle was fought at O wons Our sale this week wii! be a banner men follow thorn from ono end of tjio elsewhere for less than $1.50. we will admit that there is nothing in 4,975; Colson's plurality, 3,090. boro, in which.John Ashby, an world to another and dio defending thai one. Bargains arc always in season at our store. Wc pride ourselves appearances and that our diagnosis is The total democratic vote in Kenand Jack Heverin, a grocer and defective. on the fact that we can always fix you up better than any one else can total republican Bloonist, were mortally wounded and a tucky was 160,050, the , 18,142 and prohibition Wntter-son- . 15S.577, populist Wc have some awful cheap things and you can savcj many a dollar policeman badly wounded, ijunrreleu Our good friend, Hon. Henry continues to tell in the Courier- - 1,723. at a dance. here. For every 50c spent with us you get Si's worth of goods. Eluiore Knight and Sam Dunn, of Journal why it was done, though if he We understand that Col. W. O. Brad- Huntington, W. Va., wero blown to had used aa much space before it was ley has been "figurating around" to show ntoms by an explosion caused by open done to tell why it should not be done, wont republican at the re- ing a keg of powder with a hatchet. of the late disastrous elections that Kentucky 'the result This little table of official Charles Seals and Andrew Magee, were might have been different. Mr. Watter-so- n cent landslide. majorities will show that he ia wrong as niso horribly injured. says Mr. Cleveland did it, and yet democratic majority is not Mrs. John Woodson, who recently there were nover two men more thor- usual. The A. URUANSKY & CO., Proprietor as largo as a barn door, nor even as large died at Ashlanp O., requested on her thing at least oughly agreed on one as it Bhould be, but it willBuffice to prove death bed that some member of tho famT. D. RANEY. Manager. that the tariff bill as passed by trie preshe wont be ily remain at homo while-eliwas being Congress was the climax oi party to our amiablo friond, that ent Branch Stores; governor of the grand old Com- buried to keep tho bervants from helping perfidityand dishonor, and both did elected a'moth-e- r monwealth next year, nor in fact themselves to thing. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Uardstown, Lawrenceburg, Cynthinna; their beat to make tho measure odious year. ' t Cleveland may be A State law in Kansas provides that and unpopular. Mr. Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. Republican. Democratic. county that casts lei's than 200 voWa our troubles, but we no the cause of all First District....llll Third District..l,001 shall have a representative in tho .LegisHKATUICK IIAHUADKN'. shall not believe.it till we have it from Second 1,190 2,952 Fourth lessjTian 200 uamo of tho woman who has ruined THE OK authority than a man who has the Sixth " " 4,130 lature. Three counties cast better 2,140 Fifth their poaco of mind. Ahnloof romantio " 002 votes at the last election, and the repre101 Ninth Seventh " pride of ah "I told you bo " pnrrouuds thoso exquisitely 8,851 sentatives voted for by them can not charm 1,350 Eleventh" Eighth " painted heroines, but what n common " 253 The republicans did not cast as many Tenth take their seats. adventuress, what n vulgar llirt, wo R. H. Bronnugh, Pror, votes in Kentucky on the Gth as they did Wnteon and Black, the populist nnd would call snoh n woman in real lifo! 15,834 18,007 for Harrison and yet they swept nearly democratic candidates for Congr sa in Men fight for hor fnvor, to bo sure, but Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. 2,173. Majority 3S$fci evcrthing worth having. Perhaps the pop- the 10th Georgia district, have agreed to wo turn iu disgust from the dotallcd Down in the First district Keys, a " '"ifSftn IMk foi given iu tho dnily pajK-r- where eg"-- 'J ""znrrt ""Jt-democrats will be induced ulist, polled 10,791 votes to the republi- run the race over on account of charged li from the bttt tyixt f Kctlttertl different polls after they see what a can's 2,701, which the lattor party is of frami. To make this possible, Black, sho rlgnros, or hor Jovor figures, as a SfocV Ilrccduiie 1. red from thf Lot lunW la CirciKmdtoce Sllitcd. to go to the pickle they have gotten the State into claiming, but it has no more right to do who was declared elected at tho laHt corospoudont. Wo were thrilled, niovi d, intoxicated, by hor mothodrf in tho . and then we will wipe the republicans bo than it has to claim the prohibition election, agrees to resign. novel, however uiuoh wo disapproved may from the face of the earth. They Freo turnpikes aro in sight in Fay- of hor, hut for tho muio woman iu the vote. make all they can out of the licking they ette county. Several pikes are already divorco court wo feel pity and conNEWSY NOTES. gave ub. It will never he in their power opon now and nearly all of them will be tempt. Ol'- Our licr.rts nro torn with nugniidi over do so again, if democrats are faithful to year or two. The county court Johnson went a mile on a bicycle at froo in a to their principles. h buying up tho stock and tho expense tho trngio sorrows of Thomas Hardy's Louisville in 1:36$. V,o admire her sterling of purchase nnd maintenance of the heroine, Toss. What's the matter with Editor John -- Reeves doesn't seem to have been in roads is thrown on the of the qualities, wo rospcot hor patient aiidur-uncof hor husband's neglect, and we -- 7 L. Bosley? The answer in this case it at nil Gully's majority is 1,401. county. feel that tho awful fata which ended As wc must Willian Krenz, a noted Western mid1 all right." On doesn't Fcem to be "He's vacate the rooms in a very short while, our stock must report of'the great Tlio official hor lifo win crnolly unjust. Her onrly the contrary quite reverse. He got near- robber, committed Biiicide at Joplin, Mo- be October 22 in Northern Japan error wo know to have been mndu ' A coal train went through a bridge shows that 2,155 houses were overthrown through tho injury of another, nnd wo ly 1,400 votes leBS than Hopkins who was running for tho long term in Congreps at Larimer Station, Pa., burying five or 2,000 houses wero burned, 482 persons dtpiso her husband for his treatment in the 10th and wan defeated by Judge more miners under the wreck. were killed and 001 wero injured. The of hor. Yet in real lifo wo should despise tho of tho 54th One member-elec- t Beckner with a majority of 1,201, while damage to property iB estimated at over husband who condoned such an error, died within a week after tho elec- ten million ven. Hopkins was only beaten by 253. If tho Our thousands of friends and wo wonld ignoro horHterling qualigentleman can explain this difference, tion Wright, of Pennsylvania. The chief witness in the prosecution ties and Keo only tho fallen wretch who At the Kentucky Central depot, Par- of Ned Smith and W. S. Richardson, we will agree that ho shall run for her hotrhyor. Wo would shudgovernor on tho republican ticket is, Lewis Davis, a brakeman, aged about charged with lynching six negroes nt murdered der over her puiuBhuieut, still thinking 40 yearB, waB run over and killed by a Millingfon, Tenn., on the witness stand she had brought it on herself, nnd wo with Col. Bradley. To come and get some Grand Bargains of Remembrance. switch engine. be au infidel aud would congratnlato tho husband upon declarediiimaelf to Hon. D. G. Colson did not get 17,500 The Chemical National Bank of New the law of his escapo from n lifo with hucJi n he would, but ho goj York has lost 315,175 through its pay-iu- g therefore incompotant, under votes as he said I . Tennessee, to testify in a case where the being. " Tho wholo world has been interested within 279 of as many votes as both bis teller, trie first defalcation in its his- punishment may be death. competitors together. The democrats in tory for 50 yearB. in Miss flarraden's "Ships That Pass Near Wells ville, Mo., Sunday night, Iu tho Night. " But I vontnro to pay that district didn't appreciate the golden of blastTwo negroes opened a keg auddenly became opportunity they had or they would have ing powder near Huntington, W. Va., Thomas Portucheckhis invalid mother, that not ono person in one hundred and killed would have given a second thought to Polk's best Tomatoes Si. 10 per doz. cans. Granulated sugar 20 given Hon. George E. Stone more votes with a cobI pick. Enough of them hasn't insane, ono of his BisterB and his brother with thoso two most uninteresting pooplo if an increase of only 449 over been found to bury. pounds for $1. ' Green coffee 20c. Pickles 5c dozen. RollcdkOats 5c than 10,932, an ax. After saturatine tho houso with thoy had been encountered in real life. of Gov. Hindman two years ago. that It is said at Waahington that tho kerosene and setting fire to it, he stnb-hp- l Tho Diiiagrccablo Muii wo would have a pound. Coal Oil 10c a gallon. Soda (bulk) 5c a pound. President will thin weok sign an order himself, and lua body with that of let soveroly alojie, a::d !ro invalid young Gov. Brown's Thanksgiving proclamawoman would havo been allowed to enstorekeepers and gangers in his victims, was burned to a crisp. tion reads like a post election docu- putting the tertain hcfsolf as sho best could withJim Patton and Geo. Colson, two ne- out intruding upon enr time and attenment. He multiplies no words in it and the classified service. Heavy trace chains formerly 75c, now 50c per pair. Hunter's and The vote on woman suffrage in Kan- groes of Barbourville, committed a bru- tion. even between the lines of the few he sas shows a majority against of 31,175. tal assault upon Mrs. Robinson, a white It is a great pity that go much of tho Tin Rim Sifters 10c. Prunes 10c a pound. Evaporated pears 10c a uses thero can bo read a sort of a perThere seems to be a sort of reaction go- woman nbout'JO years old, wife of a re- world's truest fooling, its bympnthy, its functory, pound. Evaporated Peaches localb. 1,000 Matches for 5c. spectable farmer in Clay county. The broad judgment and its admiration is sentiment. Wo democrats havn't much ing on in;thosQ parts. These arc not leaders, but a few prices given in a nut shell how It is reported in railroad circles that two men presented pistols in the face of wasted on books. Aud at thosamo timo to be thankful for, that's a fact, guv. our nearest neighbor may bo dying for we sell every thing. O. and O. will soon come into Louisthe Mrs. Robinson, and she was overpowerspark of tender pity which wo '" Tuk republicans of Muhlenberg coun- ville from Lexington over tho Louisville ed and fearfully injured. Tho negroes ono oxpending tho liberally on tho inson-satso nro ty passed a resolution of thanks to John Southern instead of tho L. & N. as now. escaped and returned to Barbourville, horoiuo of n 110vol. S. Rhea for his noble efforts in their beFor tho first time in two years the where they were arrested by a poeso ol Ella Wheuuui Wirxiox. half during the campaign. This ia pret- earnings of the Louisville aud Nashville Clay county marshals and taken to Man-ty tough on a man who is aspiring to railroad showed! an increase last week chester. A mob will likely do them up Gravy fob Tim Tubksy. Boil tho Senatorial honors from tho democratic over theearninga of tho corresponding Anton Greggor Rubinstein, tho celeheart, livor nnd gizzard soft, chop party. week in 1892. brated Russian pianist and composer, fine and add to the brown gravy you usHenry Delaney'o three months old died Wednesday of heart diseaso at ually make. Fried or scalloped oysters The National Fox Hunters' Associa bride gave birth to a bouncing baby this Should be considered when ycu go to buy. Every article I sell is near St. Petersburg. Among tho may bo served with tho turkey. Either Olympia tion is having a big time at " week nnd he is now on trial at Morgan-fiel- dead composer's works are "Dimitri is better than oyster stuffing, as long the best that can' be had for the Springs hunting for foxes that they nev"Lea Ohassours Siberiana," "La c oking spoils the flavor of tho oyster. for tho murder of his first wife, who er find. Perhaps this is the caao where was Miss Abbio Oliver. Exchange. Vengeance," "Tom Le Fou," "Lea etho pleaBuro of the pursuit exceoda that Bryree," "Lalla Rookh," "Ne-ro- " Kolb is out in a sensational manifesu of possession. "Fow do I look?" aBked the turkey as to in which he says by the grace of God and "Ivan, Kaltahorikoff." Tho jubexpanded h'a gorgeous array of feathan election in Cin- ho will bejinaugurated Governor of Ala- ilee of Rubinstein's public aorvico was h3 Thoro bad to be ers. "Fit to kill," replied the Bardonic cinnati for ono office on the 13th. Tho bama, and calls on his followers every- celebrated iu St, Petersburg on Novem- old rooater, who is so tough he can'f be You' invest. The same standard isjmaintained in each department ber 18, 1839. Since 1867 Rubinstein has woelc before tho city went republican by where to come to his aid. VVnahington fitar. Q. O. Wallace, republican candidate hold no office, spending his timo in travt oitcn. on the 13th it went democratic 24 000; -- After tnreo no urn' iignting the for sheriff in Madison, has filed notice of eling and in composing. Iu 1869 Alex by 2,158 majority. army drovo a Chinese forco of stepped on a contest. He was beaten by 20 votes, but ander II.enuohled tho composer, nnd in President Cleveland out of Hzin Yon and took possession and sprained his an claims that over 50 republicans were dig- - 1877 Franco decorated him with tho Cross atone which turned j frauchieed by the ballots running short. of the Legion of Honor. ofho town. kle, Tuesday. ly 1 Bklow is a tablo of the vote of conn-tie- s composing tho 8th district as returned to tho Secretary of Stato at Frankfort. It will bs seen that Gov. McCrcary's majority over Koberfs i,s 1,350 and that he got 269 mora votes than all his competitors together. The populist wasn't at al in it and Brer Deuiareo was not much better off. Ho lost two votea in this county as compared with 1S92. It will bo observed that he ran neck and neck with tho populist in Rockcastle, neither of them getting a vote, and that tho popgetting IS to his ulist beat him nothing. Therb are no fool democrats in Boyle any more than there are fool prohibitionists. Aa McCreary had no opposition from the republicans in 1S02, there can bo no comparison with that year. His majority over R. L. Ewoll in 1SSS - HEROINES GREAT UNDERVALUE SALE ! 'Jw hiru-sal- f. - n. Fall an9 Winter Goods, ( i , EXTREME LOW PRICES. all-wool 3 side-track- ed s. OUT OF SIGHT. . SHOES and RUBBERS 14,-62- 8; 1 LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAFFORD, KY., e D Duroc Jersey Red Swine ut , Btay-at-ho- . vil Stt. The Farewell1 Sale IB o tax-paye- rs B. JOUES &c SOZKT I earth-quakej- of Closed Out At Once, Con-gre- us Regardless of the COST. lieu--tena- nt . ARE CORDIALLY INVITED FIGURESflTALK, NAILS, 2 POUNDS FOR 5C. j. u didn't-bavo-to-do- -it o W, H. WEAKEN & CO. ' jib-let- s JL5fc, Tot-erbo- f, d Don-skoi,- Eu-fantea- 1V1m s,.' r hi - Jnp-anee- 20,-00- 0 DRUGS, BOOKS, JEWELRY. A: R. PENNY, Druggist. ;fcnfi iiirfnmnj MMtM9MNM0MfeMi p?j ; "rT'qwwy""")"" . ' in iJ A tfTrtlTTirfriTifnTttiriTiitTitfr ""'','''''ry''-"'-yat''rfiAi- i mtmpnmma X'AwpMiTrt'-'- L p. owyw 4 Semi-Week- ly f Interior Journal r. . r & i! (." & 9- - 4' If ' i - ' r 1 V I- - r r "- - Elder Tyrell, pastor of an Owensbo Chamois, now stylo Ian for fancy Brad our "Mr ad." Each issue ia now, TAKE- ro Christian church, has sot all tho to-- n . work. W. B. McRobnrtn. readablo and Interesting. Danka. talking by a recent sermon. Ho raked Srk what our "bit? ad." says about Cabinet pictures reduced from 53 to the "good society" of Ken81.0!) per dozen for tho remainder of this Stanford, Kr., Novi:miiek 23, 189-- watches. Dftnkfl, tho Jowoler. ' tucky ovor tho coals and said there 1b month only, at Eirp'a gallery, Stanford. not n homo among the people compos Two cottagea on Whitloy Avonuo for rent at U each per mouth. Miller fc Burst Hays, tho colored grand ing this Bet tho doors of which aro net E. C. Walton, Business Manager ' army of tho republicans, bb ho calls him thrown wide open in welcome to.notori Helm. oua sinners and profligates. Elder Tyself, tins boon granted nn additional Mns. M. J. Millkk offers her two rell will doubtless succeed In having a MEANS BUSINESS. s in Odd Follows blpck, BEFORE YOU SPEND YOUR largo congregation next Sunday. JJuy your school booitB and school BUp Stanford, for sale or rent. Tub young people are expecting a big Penny's. plies o( U kinds nt timo at tho hop at tho Opera HoneO toIt is paid that8eyen suicides ia tho Fou Salk on Uknt. Hesldenco occupi- night. Danka' orchestra will furnish Watches, clocks and Jowolry repRireH normal dally average in Now York nnd and warranted. Kugraving n specialty, ed by B. K. Wenron. l'rlco 15, month- thu inueic. vicinity. ut A. 11. Penny's. ly payments. Thos. IDchards, Stanford. MjsB Mary Stevenson, daughter of Evbbytiiinci now for ChriBtmas, fur Tim largest stock o( Drug. Modiclnes, tho vice president, is critically ill at If you want it stretched to $1.50, come ame and see us. That is rerlumery, Paints and Wall I'apor Ht Fun horso blankets, lap robes, doublu mulls, fascinators, now dries goods, storm N. C. A. H. Penny 'a. Inscriptions a special- - orsiuglo harness, saddles, bridles, or ovor coats, clonka, jackets, capes, fee. &c. our business. We don't make new money, but wc increase the valty Tho Bockfellors, H. M. Flagler and any kiud of horae goodir, go to Yeagor & Hughes &Tato. , ue of a U. S. dollar to Si '50 by giving you good goods at prices, to others havo hoen Indicted in Texas for Yeager, tho livery iiiou. PERSONAL POINTS. Alr.y Whitley, colored, died' Wednes- entering into a conspiracy to control the match the hard times. Foot Ball. Toiii Yeager's foot ball day night after a lfngerim; illness. Ho oil market. Mrs. W. P. Tatk vialtod relatives In Our line of Hoots and Shoes are the best. We can sell you a full team will play tho Centre College team, was ono of tho oldest members of the A. W. Cunningham bought 52 feedLebanon this weok. ing cattle of W. II. Bed, of Mt. St'r-lins- stock boot for what you usually pay for split leather. Mb. and Mas. Kuoenk Kbllbv loft No. - on the grounds at water works big Whitley family, here Friday afternoon, Nov. 30lh. that averaged near 1,300 poundB at ii yesterday for Texas. Men, if you want the best Shoe you ever owned, try our Wauken-phaFixck numerous nnd sundry judges atlU cents. Paris Kcntucklan. W. II. Bkady wont to Loiilavillo yesJ). W. Vanubvhkb, Jit., writes tinhorn decided that tho t t barber luw $3 and $4 Shoes. Friday J. F. Barbeo shipped four terday to buy goods. d jail that every timo tho olllcors at is unconstitutional, tho Stanford barbers Come and look through our stock. by express via San FranMrs. J km kC. Mkiibiion, o( Corbln, is get out of moat they arrest him and will hereafter keep opou house on tho bronze turkeys visiting Mrs. Win. Perkins. cisco tojwtit'H in Australia, for which enter a flue. Ho paid thorn till ho got first day of tho week. ho iccelved $20. Tho express charges to Mis Nancy Hauoiimas Is visiting Mrs. tired and now ho is going to lay them out 8 Tun Caledonians will give their regu- San Francisco not quito half the dis0. 0. Engleuinn near Shelby City. in jail. tance to Australia wore 537 50. Anderof Ituhsellville, Miss Li.na rjKXNKDY, lar fortnightly performance A canni.no factory at McKmnoy seema evening at tho o waa tho guest of Miss Mary Sauiidors. and we aro son News. Tho Lexington Gszetto reports stock Miib. W. L. Kvam is with bar husband assured. Of tho 15,000 stock necessary, $3,. requested to say by tho irrepressible Ed. II in hia commercial tour in tho mountains. 000 had been raised Tuesday and Messrs. 0. Gaines that an amusing feature of tho trading in Fayotto as follows: Fat cattle Ogel-viH. Vanhook, evening will bo music by Grant Hilton are in good demand nnd scarce and will Win. Chesteriltld and J. Mr.s. Kn Walkkh and Miss Sue bring Ijc per lb. Bdd & Bro. bought ol Garrard, arn Ruesta of Mrs. J. 0. who were hero Bay that there will ho no on his "what h it." We arc always ready to sell you the right kind, of a time-piec- e of James Dcdman 75 fat hogs weighing dilliculty in raising tho rest. at llaja. in m9 Tub chrysanthemum display in tho .'L'o, at SI 12$ per hundred. Corn in tollHtllo eon of Mr. A. 0. MarWaltrb, Twk.nty Beata ffir Gen. Gordon's lec lecture room of tho Christian church by ing at f 2 delivered; clover bay at $12 per the right kind of a price. There is nothing better than the best, and tin, of fc'aulley, la very etck of typhoid ture on tho i.t)lh were spoken for befoto Mrs. Pamela Brown waa an artistic and ton and timothy buy at $12. foyer, no honest man can can sell an honest article lower than low water Tho prospect is pecuniary Buccess. Tho flowers were they wero put on Miai Lrttik IJklh has returned from a that there is going to bo a crowd. beaullbi'iy arranged, Mrs. Brown as usuNKW ADYEimSEliENTH. mark. There is a limit both ways and we come up to those limits visit to her sister, Mrs. J. F. Walton, at your seat now at W. B. McBobertB ally displaying her tasto nnd tact in doKpringB. Crescent drug store or write W. P. Walton to do ing p. She has over twenty varieties CTnOP DffMC Two large brick ones and offer you as good as you can get and as cheap as it can be sold. Mna. S. K. I.ACK8Y, of Gallatin, Tenn., O i UrvD rvUUlYlO. inbtanforiS, for sale bo foryuu. and with the contributions of Mrs. Joe or rent. 'Ibcy are on Mtn S'r'et.in tho principal arrived yesterday on a visit to Mr. and If you want an honest, reliable watch at the lowest possible price come Mrs M.J MILLMt, Manford. , MrB. J. b. Hundley, Mrs. block. 75 Mrs. W. M. Lackey. A Laiiou Man. Thomas JeiTereon Mack flruco and Mrs. W. E. Varuon, the and see our holiday line which includes a splendid variety of the latest W. II. Siiaska Is in Georgia collecting Hatcher made u pair of boots for show was as pretty as it waa extensive. of mules Mr. J. H. Miller for a car load Ellis this week that wero tho largest in ladies' and gentlemen's watches. Tho Harry Mny, a largo yellow variety, wo over aw. Tnoy wore No. 15 and tho sold for his father lstyer. Of Lincoln County. took tho premium and Mrs. Brown reMbs. Jank OAhTKH left yeMerday to last had to bt uuidu to order. Ellis ia a fused many offers of $ 1 for it. Other favor visit her slater ut Hubbard City, Texas, coloted man of unusual proportions. He The New Ites wero Buth Cleveland, Golden Wedand will spnnd tho winter with her. iiOfeet 0 inches tall and weighs -- 10, ding, Gettysburg Bud Vivinn Morelle. Mb. P.'W.Gbkkn joined too Huaton-vlll- o without an ouuco of surplus llesh on Mill, Thu visitors at night wero delighted with hnntera and fishers and is now inak-in- him, and is as strong almo.it as Saudow. ooloa by Misses Mary Cowen and Alice war on Kama down In Cosoy county. Lancaster, Ky., E. I). Kknnbdy, who wan defeated for Holmes, which filled tho little room Miia. W. T. lticiiAiiiMON and children, Bwco'test melody. Mrs. Brown was Ii now in lull operation, ami Invitn the sttentlon on tho facu of tho returns by with ol the buiMer of Lincoln county ta its materia!, of Junction City, took tho train here asaessor 6 visit rela Thomas Terry by n majority of five, filed greatly encouraged by tho success of tho tuperioi workmanship and low prices. Ntte Wedueeday for Kiehmoud to undertaking. Sho told us in advance formal notice of contest Tuesday and tives. OUR sho would be satisfied with 15. Tho SOJ1E Gkk. Goiipok will bo entertained while presented the names of 19 men, whom ho that Jus,t back from the cities with everything new, cheap and desirable. Perfectly clear poplar or yeltnw pine flooring at receipts tho first day wero $15 and it was Ji pel hundred. .tow as $130 per hundred. These goods arc bought to sell; not to keep, and those in need ofv here by a gallant soldier, who fought on thinks ho can prove voted illegally. Tho open again last evening, Tho money is Perfectly clear yellow popUi weutler boarding at tho same side with him in tho Into tin-- " conltst will bo before a board composed to huudied. assist Elder Azbell in establishing a Si Co per hundred. As low a Ji y per in yellow an thing in Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, 'Clothing or of Judge Varunn and tho two nearest All patterns and thlcknesvwol Ceilinc pleasantness, as school at Tokio, Japan, for tho education pine, poplar, chestnut and ah, as low low Si as2 per Gents' Furnishing Goods can not do justice to themselves without as per hundred, boublx dreised lumber n , Mis Mahoakbt Hroiirs. tho accom- maglstratep, A. O. Carman and W. L. of preachers. Mrs. Brown asks us Co hundred. Hfautiful ellow pine finishing lumbtr, at the college, is making a D.iwsou,two democrats and a republican, coming- to see our stock. We lead in quality and prices. We have plished artist thank all tho ladies who eo kindly re quarter oak, &c. Save maney by giving us your orders. large rayon of Mr. W. A. Trlbblo'a beauTub event ol tho Benson will ha Gen. sisted her and to make especial and hou THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL. forged our way to the front Lancaster, Ky. tiful Kate Mulloy. Gordon's lecture on tho --Dth. Tho gen- orablo mention of tho two pretty little 7j Cm Mu. II. 0. Faihub was in tho ofllce of eral, who la now U. S. Senator from tho door keepers, Misses Nannie Vandoveer tho St. Asaph Monday night for tho first State of Georgia, la ono of tho most en nnd Dollio McBobertB. Nobody got t y vtimo allien July. Thfr typhoid fever tortalning lecturers mi tho platform and them without paying tho 15 cents and in knocked about 100 H. oil of Mm. his eloquent recital of tho thrilling events sumo instances they 'charged tho change And wc expect to stay, and if you fail'to come to see us it is your havo Gov. ani Mits. J. II. of "Tlie Last Days of tho Confederacy'' for having to makoit. r loss. We have a new stock of children's, misses' and ladies' fur sets gone to Chicago to glvo thanks with stirs tho heart to n sublimer patriotism DEALER IN and muffs, fur rugs, wolf sleigh robes, fur capes, jackets, capes, &c. Bon. Tho governor bus inoro occasion and makes ono glad that his lot was cast MATRIMOMJALJlAffERS. fcr thankH than any inan In Kentucky. in laud of the free and tho homo of tho The chilly winds of Winter can not reach you if you buy one 'of our Win. Lucas, 19'and Mjbb Alice Walls Mbs. G. 0. Givksb and Utile Lucy Mil brave. new storm coats or one of our heavy Winter suits. We also have 17, of Kingsville, wore married ut tho ler went over to Bourbon Tuesday to ho : e yesterday by Judge W. E. a Thk Ixvclngton Leader saya that "Jftfl present ut tho inarriagu of her sister, Mil fcalllo Moore, to Jlr. George Stuart, a F. Moore, aged 51, David Moore, oged 20 Vurnou. J. L. Gastlnoau, a youth of 19, from his eon, and Mack Moore, a nephew of young merchant of Paris. the first named, aged 10, were presented the hills of Puidski, and Miss Eliza Lay, Lot of Blankets and Comforts ever offered. And our new Drsss CITY ANpYHllNITY. in tho police court, Monday, charged a maiden of 21, of this county, wore marGoods in blacks and fancies arc simply unsurpassed, Don't fail to see with bolng drunk, shooting on tho train ried at Logan Estes' yeaterduy. A. B. Boiiurtson & Bno., Danville, will us before buying. MUa Ethel Bryant, a olork in tho and with concealed weapons. Their trials have their Christmas opening next Friwore eoutitiuod until tho 27th, thtir bail pension ofllco at Louisville, has married day. Bead their ml and profit by It. Cigars. being pjaeed at 510, 5100 "and I'iOO respec- herself out of a job. Sho resigned and Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Avtively, Mr. Jamcd McCormick going on became Mrs. Edwards Wednesday. Foir.su. A black ahawl on Logan A cargo of eelected girla has been Headquarters ior almost anything it by calling at their bonds. Tho conduct of theso men enue. Ownuroan for thin notice. wag outrageous, and they dcdcrvo tho sent from Loudon to Western Australia this uiHom and paying ., whero there is a groat dearth of material you want. When you want a s greatest of punishment." McOahtv lias bought of II. H- G. for wivea for farmers and mechanics. Wado his Htock of grocrlei ami ury Ed Bustkii waH tried Wednesday for Naomi and Buth wero both widows, meal1 for 25c, call on him.goodB and moved it to his etoro nt Mt. cutting J nines Schooler, another negro, and the cleverness displayed by tho for' Solum. in a drunken row at tho former's liouto mer In hoodwinking old Boaz and induc. prevailed for several Sunday and held ovor till circuit court. ing him to marry tho pretty Moabltish Finu weather has acroes widow was a masterpiece of matrimonial dayaand it will bo generally fair and A considerable gasti was cut Borvlco Schooler's throat, but liu is not seriously tact tlHtt did her great credit. Stanfor I, Ky. if tho wo.thor cooler hurt. When asked whero begot whisky Mro. Mary Graves, of Mason, wl o knowB lis busincHH. from on Sunday Buster answered that ho gayo a young school teacher S3 0G0 to v Lobt. Dark groy plaid shawl, on Dan- bought it from Mitch Otvsloy'a daughter marry her and failed to get him after K rr ville pike, between H. 0. Warren'a and dow non tho creok.nml Joo Mo Alistor, an - l puttliig up ths nionoy, hnH at last Rotten Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, &c, all go atCosttill that date. my houso. Boturn to mo and be reward- other witness, Bworo that ho furnished a husband. A poverty stricken editor of tho crowd with aonie, which ho bought a populist paper at Dover, ono S. W. ed. Mrs. H. T. Harris. ' at P. W. Green's saloon on tho samoday. Stairs by name, took her in out of tho Dark red bird doi:. Small por- This will also bo investigated later on. Lost. Preachers-vllldampness Tuesday. Tho old lady is SO, tion ol tail cut oil". Lost In threo times nnd is rich. doliyerod at section. Howard if Qbn. Gobdo.n. Alter a good ninny has been married The editor was a bachelor, poor nnd 45. livery stable. Yeager & Yeager'n vexatious delays aud changes, wo are at r Inst nblt) toannounco that Gen. John li. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Tub ladles of Stanford and vicinity call Gordon will lecture at Walton's Opera wish dreBsmokiug dono should who Miss Frances li. Willard waa unaniplacing lloueo on tho night of Thanksgiving, mi Miss Mary I). Smith before My stock of president of the Namously Nov. Ltith. Our peoplo will perhaps nevmeans so much more than their orders. Call and seo her fashion U. another chance to lieara Confed tional W. 0. T, er havo I ' M I I I M ' i platea and get her prices you imagine serious and Tho capilal letter "Q" will be found toll of tho times erate lieutennnt-guncr'fatal diseases result from An order waa obtained directing tho which tried men's souls in "Thu Last but twico in tho Old Testament and three ' trifling ailments neglected. 1 of tho Four Days of tho Confederacy," as Gen. Gor times in the new. postponement of tho sale Two Indiana girls wero nrrested and nnd tho Sanitarium nt don ia tho only survivor of his rank who SeasonB Hotel ivuu i puiy wiui kuiuh. o ' Harrogate, and they wero not put up took part in tho thrilling scenes, and wo fined for disturbing religious worship by greatest gift health. Shoes, &c, is now complete' Call and see me. Wednesday. Jan. 15 is tho day now flx- - are sure tlioy will umbraco the opportu- giggling in chinch. Ilyouarefeelinp S. M. Logan will preach nt tho Rev. nity and All thu hall to overflowing. Wo ied for their sale. out of sorts, weak X " i ami'Kcnviai!) havo put up n largo guarantee relying Baptist church at Crab Orchard Suudey hausted, nervous, J On Janjiary 1st, Messrs. J. II. Greer, niglit at the usual hqur." nac no aiiiciuc upon tho good tastes of our peoplo to ami can't work, who is a No. 1 blacksmith, John The largest Uiblo in tho world is in seo that wo nro remunerated. begin at once takan expert carpenter, nnd 0. II, ing the most rella tho Vatican. It is written in Ilebrow a ble strengthening , pounds. Sodum. tho artistic painter, will form G. II. Grand Ohnplain of and weighs 320' mcdicine.whichis lirown's Iron BitnartnorBhlp and do a general carriage tho Knights of tho Maccabees of tho Tho Baptist Standard tells of ono cf ters. A lew bot. and repair business. World, visited tho lodgo here Wednea Its subscribers who "atoppod his paper ties cure benefit and wogon building a LUIHC3 hwih nit; Bed-Roo- m P Straub baa agroed to furnish them a day uight. Ilia business was to see bow because ho was not ablo to pay $2.00 a very first dose it f J won i fium jaHr already broken dirt for house and has the order was progressing hero and to year," and yot ho "was soen with his ttrth, and It's building on Somerset Btroet, prepare for tho coming of tho Supremo wife and 13 children at tho circus tho pleasant to take. d Record-KeepeBed-Loung- e; of his residence. back othor day.'' Commander nnd tho Supremo i i good womeivof tho W. 0. T. U. will bu hero ono night duTho who To Trvcukkb. W. 0. Grinstead, man. in session ut Chicago nro "biting off moro Kidney and Liver Dyspepsia, PleaBO to extend to tho ring tho week of Doc. 17. Tho high nRCr, writes: will deliver addresses, to which tho than they can chew." Tho resolution to Troubles, Neuralgia, and echool people of Lincoln teachers Mid public is invited to listen, and tho pro begin a crusade against tho wearing ot fnncltn.Tf Inn. Bad Blood niv nn Invitation to attend "Tho Ncrvoua aliments Malaria, Kentucky Association gram for tho occasion will embraco bird ornaments and seal skins will A handsome Picture and Easel; A Cotton Top 'Mattress, A Bed winter Central nothing. As long ns the dear Women's complaints. 27. Tho program wil speeches by Bovorul Stanford gentlemen amount to ' here, Dec. 20 and Spring; A nice lot of new Mouldings just received; A place to use including Mr. creatures think they aro beautified by Ret onlv the ccnulnc It has crossed ml Some of tho most proml who belong to the order, are sub- your cash to advantage. Boon bo out. lines on Owsley, Jr., who will deliver tho any kiud of decorations, they will Hot W stitutcs. thu wrapper. oi All otliers twoac. stamps mo i On receipt nenteducatoraol Kentucky will be on J. 8. of Ten Beautiful World S f will send set W wolcomo address. Walton's Opera Houto think of tho deaths and suffering they Pair Vlewi and book free hands with papers and addresses. TIMORF' nnnmil PurUlM m Ril... ... .. , Mf -- particulars m has been engaged and tho exact date Iikvo caused in order to bo bq ornament The Cash Furniture Dealer, Stanford, Ky. DnUINI W(H.t-- ngive you additional will Mm ftAvAyAyAvN id. will bo given later on. due timo. 1 to Consider : pen-nlo- u. store-room- m . Hard : Earned Dollar. m Ash-ovill- e. " r, st anti-Sund- ay Bow-lan- BJEVJIimATOJEi & ON court-hotiB- o, IIriTCH !irl f -- Bo-ser- vo bevi-rance- Bu-fo- rd TO TH23 CITIZEITS DANMSo the mwmtMMo g Lancaster Planing OF PRICES: lew - Arrivals y BY HARD KNOCKS, R. Zimmep, Fancy Groceries, Foreign and Do mestic Fruits, th-i- court-hous- TffiDECHB APBST HUGHES & TATE. gt N f, first-clas- At Cost Till Dee. 1. '94, - R. ZIMMER to-da- y, yeensware, Glassware, in Lamps, &c, o i Poor Health 'ARRIS & HARDIN I'AILIL GOOD SI al mw, mmi mt Boots H. J. MdROBERTS. Blnnk-Btmhl- n. I Brown's Tkisi-any- Iron Bitters good-size- r, It Cures ofll-cia- ls A Parlor Suite; A Folding Bed; Suite; A A Hall Tree; A A Sideboard; A Wardrobe; W. W. WITHERS, H I I . t LP , ' $ w yrwifryi v iji .mV "' W"y ;" ' if- - ry - n. vsr rr r "-- rsvsssEHM..BBinaissisissisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisisw - rrr. j -- ttt . ., ..i-- - r - i- rT .r ti - kaiiB v. v ". Semi-Week- ly it Interior Journat THE HOUSEHOLD. Dainty Colored Itcsl.prpails of Mnitrns Are Now rinclinjr l'nvor. nud round Itonaissanco lnco bolsters Covered with tho sauio nro tho bod trimmings most in voguo among tho wealthy folk, hut thoro aro n host of Bimuiu things which nro charming nnd linvo tho morit of being available ns well. Splendor may bo dosirablo, but pomehow it does not appeal to ovory ouo's fionso of desirableness. In a youug girl's room, coinploted not long since, tho spread is doscribod iu tho Now York Horald ns of finest mull, dotted here nnd thoro with tiny rosebuds. It is finished with n full frill, nnd with it nro used pillowslips of Bheor linen lawn, ombroiderod with flowers, ljko thoso of tho mull, nnd drawn oyer palo pink silk. Tho wholo outfit costs very littlo money, but is simply do- lightful nnd has just that nir of dainty perfection which belongs to tho perfect bed. Published Evory Taoaday and Friday -- JOHN H. KIRBY, Stanford Female College. rSTSTTHAETCE AGENT, STA1TFOHX), J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., Prosidont. at 3 pa a YJC AKIN" AD VAN OK When not so paid S'J.SO will be charced.-w- et Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. 4, 1894.' An. Kacellent boarding department. Full corps of Conservatory ami Normal School teachers. Superior courses la Literature, Music land Catalogues and circulars furntnid on application. 6x OB 8 PAGES. When necessary. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. FOR .FIRE, LIFE, iCCWEMl AmlTOKNADO. Temporary office at D. W. Vamieveer store .1" ' 5'"l & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. fclfiil Trln i.avcs Uowiaad at 7:00 a. m., returning bO HTwidwe DSTTSTONVILKE, ZST5?., go't.t.k wmrsiiMi-isBS- wi w hhwhimmw ate James McAllsttr.) wnMH - !,.;,;::;rcS;cV.:ts"',''''d",'"lskim-winn. g, (RetlJence tithe CRAB ORCHARD, KY. l'hecurrlculum will Wan mended nneotnl the drill will he thorough -- no whitewashing, ne no slirxldy work wll be allowed. Clnssct will bo Instructed In Higher Mathrmat-ictrltelI- o Letre, Natiirsl Science, Mental and Moral Science, Latin, German. Short-Hat.Typ Wilting, Civics. Music, Voeal and The first term of five months will open Sept, 10, second tern will chuc tho first week in June. One week holiday at'Christ mat, TICR.MS. Tuition pi tsrrn III first giade, in- rludini; IUln and German..... . M.so oj Tuition in second gradp.. ........ .,..., 15 00 Music, Piano, Organ, Guitar, Instruments furnished for practice o 00 Shoit band, Type- - Wtitlng. Paintlnu;, Drawing, Ornao-rnta- l Work, all at seasonable rales. Hoard In College, per week, Ij.jo, Good boatd in private farntlitt at trdnced islet. Motuli-payments remrcd. No discount except fo protracted illness. t further inlormatinn addrcta the President. OR. JOHN S. STAPP. Crab Orchard, Ky. 5l MR. J. S. STAPP, PRES,, Instrumental, PatntW. Drawinc.&c. l8v, and Atslttcd by a Crrnpetcnt Faculty. A select school, of high cade, for tho thorough , training or young ladis s. A tew young cvnilemtw Fancy-Groceries- of approval morals will altto ba admitted. Number liriiHoJ no Idlers wanted. Dr. Slnpp. the President, has since his graduation In nieulclnr, Riven his entire time and ener- to the buiinlneand mjtiagement ol n the South. During the pat year he filled the chair of Literature aud Natural Sciences In Datifhters College, Itarrodstmrg. and Mrs. Hlapp tautit tailsfaclion to patrons and fte towns general Music, 1'ainting, Drawing,pupils. , Kiyl0C Lal ' 37 Pm tram going North ujpra South......r...., S P train " South depress .1 NorthM......... .....o 3s ul Freight North ............. .... " &outn.. Th latter trains also carry passenger!. The abore it calculated on s tandird time. SoUr toe it about to tainutes Taster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. si " 3lm .'wi' Dealer In Drugs, Medicines,, Silverware, &c. ' ht Another nttractiva sprond is of fino Going North train pass Junction City at fo- Madras muslin, cream colored, with n figur'o in warm reds nnd browns, nnd is Vestibule starts 6 a. m. llows: "i. Local t:io p. m. Florida nlso finished with n frill. Tho bolster is Limited 3 35 a. m. Limited j:t. O. Vestibule ta 18 p. rn. Florida round, but not hard, nnd tho pproad, Suth-- N Limited tiiea m Local it:js p. m. which is of extra length, is pulled up Vestibule arrives Suo p. m. over it ns well ns tho bod proper. Tho effect is most charming, nnd ns tho cover is only laid lightly over tho wholo tup bed poems nlways invitingly ready for use. , Pnro whito is used by many women nnd just now is urged by somo authorities, but unless for summer or in tho lightest colorod rooms itseomscold nud unsatisfactory. Tho old fashioned Marseilles or piquo cover is very far from, desirable, nnd tho lighter, duintior fnb-rireqniro snoh frequent chango ns to mnko thorn moro costly than silk. Whito is only good when it is absoluteAbsolutely ly pure. Anything approaching n con dition of soil entirely spoils its effect ailue-GraP- Ulue-Gra- ss In order toisave hc people of the WcstEnd a journey to other to buy goods, I Have Marked Mine Down So that all who examine will be forced to purchase, elsewhere. I shall make a specialty of without going DR. W. B. PENfl Y w. n. ion as, j Dcutlst. Office South Side Main St., in ofSce vacated by Dr. Lee r. Hultman, Stanford, rcr-ntly ' JOXTES BB.OS., Kf. t jomia, wan. Tin & Sheet Irort Works, Sole proprietors Dean's lllack Diamond Roof Paint. lUtlmaira furnltned for painting Wood, Metal and lion Hoofs Satisfaction Guaranteed. All loolt painted tllh Dean's lllack Diamond Paint guatanteed for years 1)ealcrt Id best els. n tcro Pumps and Galvanised Iron liters. 6;-u- J. B. HIGGINS, .Dealers Stanford, Ky. HOLIDAY And will sell them at city prices, a show. : GOODS n. 5 All Kinds of Coal, I cs Wait for the opening and give me F. U. TWI DWELL. Hustonvillc, Ky. Stanford, Ky. THE RILEY HOUSE F. B. niL,EY,lProprlotor, m. aws j NOTICE London, - - - Kentucky. dt-tirt-d. Pure tho slico in warm lard, so that every ROYALBAKLNG.POWDER CO., portion of tho lean is covered. Dredgo it with dry curry powder or black pep103 Wall Stroot, Now York. per. Broil over n clear fire, turning frequently nud taking caro not to cook too A. S. much. Servo with tho following sanco pourod over tho ham: Ono tcapoonful SURGEON DENTIST. of black pepper mixed with 2 of musOffice over McRsberts Drug Store In the new tard flour. Molt nn outico of bnttcr in n Owsley Luildtnj. o Stanford; saucepan nnd work in tho mustard with 4 tablcspoonfuls of meat stock or water; odd a tablespoouful of minced gherkin or capers and a few drops of vinegar. Make this boiling hot. Add moro vinegar if not acid enough. Pour mo sauco on to n very not meat uisn. Jg-,GA rv Lay tho broil on it. Nono of tho sauco A -'l must touch tho upper surfaco of tho broiled meat. Garnish with lonaonrinjrs and serve. A cream of barter' baking powIullca Ifaiu. Cut a thick slico of ham from tho der. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States leanest part. Mild, slightly smoked strength. ham is tho lst for this operation. Dip Government Food Report. W. E. Perkins " 9 "OB"AB"OBOHARD,'KT. ' Wl.UUU n gic hrst-vla- I have moved to my new Ilotel'iand am better! All creditors of tne firm of Mrs D. G. Saugh. tcr & Son, doing business at Crab Orchard, Ky , Srcparcd than ever to accommodate the public are hereby notified to present, propeily ptoveft as attached aad every convenience requited by law, wtthi three months Irons this Give m a call. undcr-tlgnt- d date, their claims i.galrt said firm to the T7 FRANK KILXY, at his oflice, j7 W Main S' , Louisville, Ky. sruoriiKii, uku. w. Slaugter A' AMigcee Mrs. I) G. San st Oct. 30, &. At the well. known old stsad ol J. U. Green In Por f I ATrni?r 61 irAA D. S. CABPENTER, .- PRICE, Has the most complete stock of General Merchandise in the East End of the county and at unprecedented low prices. Full line of Sta- 1AT Ti TATfn J My rWlV l.I!ilM.1wavle; line II ccsiriHl ple will board party renting it. Moro-houi1 security and Ll.ltll por cent, interest. Callon J. It. PAMONj Attorney, Manfbid at riU.vrjL. I wm ,nh.. to'e Hustonvlllo, - - Kentuc Has just received a Leacuful Unf S:c. lie K llaitey, McKlnney, Ky. Mrs, Sal. 69 Ration. Tr Surreys, Phaetous, Buggies, Furnituro and Stoves. Di-lnt- Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing,, Men's, Youth's and Children's, & Apply to S P. dtaeg, Stanford, Ky FORllBNT.IwVR.SSS Son. S.rr 45yj fict 1'wwiiiM Jan. I, 10$ 6 ti tret are lewcr than anybodyt. f you want a nice set of harness, a whip or a duster- Hinder Twine fat sale. $500,000.00 to Loan. Callon the undersigned at Rowland, Lincoln county, Ky , lor terms. We want to negotiate loans on first mortgage ticurity on real estate, stocks, bunas and commercial paper. A(enl lor the Missouri llrvkcrageCo , ht. Louis, Mo 65-- 4 MN EAULV. 9IYEUS HOUSE J At the New Tariff Prices. Mothers, if you want the best all wool suit of clothes at 2 ever offered for boys from 5 to 14 years old, do not fail to sec them. Boots and Shoes a specialty. A well selected stock always on hand. Our $1.50 and $2 Dongola Shoes can not be excelled. Nothing better than our ladies and children's oil grained Dongola Shoes. The very Shoe for winter. A niqe line of the Forwood Shoe Mfg. Co.'s Boots and Shoes on hand. Nothiner better made and at reasonable prices. Call and see our stock before making your fall and winter purchases. It will cost you nothing to look ana we take pleasure in snowing our W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Ky. X.X1TEHX STABLX P. W. GREEN, Prop. This stable, which Is run n connection with the n Myers House, bat been supplied with To Tk Radios I A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, l'litno Decoration. ,.For a., RflfresbjngBath.Hot a or Cold, A ttylish Hair Trim or Clean Shave, go to Oook & tFarmer's JBarbor Shop. Join II. Cattleman. A means suggested by mo uecorator and r urnisner for con forming it to tho clnmged conditions is to placo tho instrument with tho back goods.' facing outward, iu which caso thero Respectfully, numerous ways of treatment. A drapery may'bo arranged as suggested I do-vol- surroundings: In refurnishing a parlor it is ofttimes a matter of difficulty to bring tho old piano into harmony with tho nowcr At my store you will find one ol she finest stocks of Milllotry and Embroidery Material ever brought to Stanford. Ihave paid cash for my goods and sell them for cash, so low that you will le forced to buy Irora me. An examination will convince you aud you ate Invited to make it. MRS. A. A. Mc KINNEY. BuggiesfWagons, Is nn prepaiei FlKST-OLJs.8- 'ruuimcr's Supplies and tsupply the public with better than ever ATrcat For tlicj Ladies. m 8 IUQS OP ALL, KINDS. I'ersonalaud promptatlentian given to Weddings 1'artica and llurltU.' P. W. GREEN, AI llURNS.Mnagor. Proprietor. IMiss Moore will arrlv. October 1st, wilh luwg 1111 is usw sun rjtfODj in inc way 01 every- - FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or STANFORD. KY. A. O. Lanb.it e ROYAL iiisuranee company OF LIVERPOOL. DARBEE &CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, Thanks givin Our House November 29, 1894, so lay in your Gr ! "Please call and examine my stock before 'buying My pikes shall bo the lowest. Thanking you for past favors, respectfully, KAIh DLDDhKAR, Manager. Capital Stock- Surplus -.- ..- 8200,000 21,300 Jjaiaierce Building, LouiBville Agents throughout tbe South, A PLNO BACK ARKANGEMCKT. WILL BE CLOSED! tho auglo formed mado to form a cozy 'corner, or a low threo fold screen, with panols of silkaline, may bo disposed against it. Very pleasing offects In this connection may bo obtained by tho uso of growing or nrtiflcial plants of tho palm variety. But when it is not possiblo to thus plnco tho piano, nnd it is necessary to havo it set iu tho usual manner, other methods of adornment will havo to bo dovised. Tho top can bo covered and tho ends concealed by n drapery reaching to tho floor. Tho spaco nbovo tho keyboard may bo treated with n suitablo toxtilo fabric gathered on rods placed top nnd bottom and over this nrranged in graceful folds i festoon drapery. This may bo in ode, two or threo sections or may bo n simplo silken scarf artistically nrrmigcd from timo to time. An Odd 1'Icturo Frame. nnd in w. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agont, by tho illustration,wall tho piano nnd STANFORD, KY. Bva. V Francisco. Portland BlaekCakeln gradients. Groceries, Heatings Stoves, Cook Stoves, &c, in duetime. World's Fair Record. CHICAGO ,IA- - HIGGINS & McKINNEY. 'WMULMaBVJ N HtVAiflAMTt CHICACoftt C(-QCT Attention of the public it invited to the fac that this it tha only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of tbe National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, nut by the stockholders liability lor ass amount equal so Mitsjarboe, r trimmer, Is In the cities buy- this institution to the stock, by athat denonform l are secured fund of 400,000. ing my Pall and Winter Stock, and I will not make sworn statements of thecondillon of thi bank five my usual faU trip. lioth.Mlss Jarbovand her purare made each ycarto the United States governchases will irrlve next week and you aie cordially ment and lis assets are esam'nedat stated timet invitrd U call. by government agents, thus securing addititooa and perfect safely to depositors. MISSLICCIF. I1F.AZLKY, This institution, originally established at the M.nfnril, tty. Deposit Hank of Stanford In sIjS, then lied at the National Dank ol Stanford in iS6j and as the Hirst National liank ol JAMES YKAGER. 1M0MASVEAGKR again Stanford In sS8t, has had practically an uninterrupted eiisteuce of i years. Ills better tuplid now with facilities tor transacting business prompt ly and liberally than tver before in its long and honorable career. Accounts corporations, fiduLIVERT, MS TRAINS STABLE, ciaries, firms and individualsof respectfully solic it.!. Tha Directory ol this Hank j composed ol Special Hates to Commercial Men. Forestus Reid, Lincoln county; BTAMPOItO, E.Y. S. T. Harris, Lincoln; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; If you need livery glsu us a call. Nothing but jot-clas- s J, W, Hayden, Stanford; turnouts will leave our stable. Sec ut lor ra'.rt. In our S.H. Haughman, Lincoln; J.S.lfockcr Stanford; HARNESS SHOP W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; You will find a good assortment of Harness, it. D. Klmoru, Stanford; saddles, Ac, Havo your repairing dona by T. P. Hill,Stanfoid.?T2W our man he understands his business. We have a mechanic in our K. L. Tanner, McKinncy; M. Miller, Mt. Vernon-- J to the; ladies - i YEAGER & VEAGER, im ' Uri-dle- s, BLACKSMITH SHOP. first-clas- S.JIoektr, President; J. JiLltf AW3AWD i PABLOR OAHS. ONLV LINE FROM LOUISVILLE, UUNNING - DINING r CARS. WRITE; TO r- t' K U BACON. D. P. A.. Louisville, Kyi K..J UEED.C. P. Chicago, St. Paul. y; t it. Denver. .IK YOU ARE GOING.. ar OHTE WEST, ......TIIK Louisville 4. NaSHVILlC R. Ft. Is the line for you, at its VPouble ilbtr Make close connections at Dally Traina ' For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. UAGGAGE CUECKKD TIIROUOU For any information esquire of - LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Although tho following has a somo-whhomely sound, Good Housekeepcrujr' ing says tho effect will bo novel and givo tho impression of n handsomely carved and very uuiquo framo: Tnko an old flat frame, or ono nearly so, nnd cover it in all sorts of fantastio shapes with small oyster sholls, rough 6ido out, and then gild them about two coats. Tho sholls should bo washed thoroughly with a brush to get off nil of dirt and two holes drilled in each. This Inst operation will roquiro patienco to avoid breaking. Still broken pieces will bo necessary to 1111 in tho odd chinks, ns tho wholo should bo covered. Larp tacks-olath nails will hold thorn on firmly. By varnishing tho wholo with copal varnish nfter gilding it can Always bo washed freo from tho dust which is bound to collect on any rough surface. at DRUG STORE! Window Glass, P?Jtty Call for s Will guarantee work and satlsfactoiy prices. Ti v our horae thoer. Agents for Deenng Machtacs, the lightest draft machine on earth. John J. McRobertt.'Caohler; A. A. McKinny, Assistant Cashlar, THo Mysss House, ;r.JW. GREEN, Proprietor. : Farmers RanMTrnst Co Is now OP STANFORD, KY fullyorganired and ready for business with Stanford, : : ii Kentucky. Paid'up Surplus, Capital of . $200,000. 2C000. aii - G- K" And Paints, I O o o o a I am still running this Hotel and will continue to Kive my guests the polittst attenas well at the best the market affords. tion S8T Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. pecial Attention to the Traveling Public. When you want a first-class turnout come to mj W. B. McBOBERTS, Opp. Court House. I,IVJERY STABLE. Prices to suit the bard timet. Call or leave ordet at the Myers House Omce par-tiol- es H.G.RUPLEY,-- - Attenti onParmsrs! We have a Large Line of SUCCESSOR to TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL UANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same astetaand nndti tho tame management. Ily provitiont of lit chatter, depositors are at riilly protected aa aio depositors in NaUonai Banks, its ihareholders being held Individually litole to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the amount invested In auch sharei. It may acta executor, administrator, trustee. Ac. - " l- ful- .. "M ' an individual. . - . T .1...- - who cnsrusieumeir .Dul.lness to ut .u imu V vhile rauagiiiir. me Lincoln National Rank .1 Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business, with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years experience ia banking andas liberal accommodation! at are con-li- s tout wilh tound banking. .... 1 r Carolina Hire. Is Receiving His -:- - Locust Fencing Posts, Plank Fence, Granger Stakes, Shiugle3& Lumber DIKlCTOHi: J J. . II. Stuukt, Stanford; ley, Stanford; J. S. S.J. Enibry, Sunford; WillUmt, Ml. Vernon; 0t ' J. U. Owsley, Stanford; K 'l nr JOES. V. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Patt. Agent, Junction City, Ky 11ICE. Agent, Stanford, Ky This is boiled in salted wntor, drained nud loft ia tho saucopan, which is cov FALL-:-AN- D ercd with a cloth, to dry. Each grain must stand alone, and thero must bo no Goods Warranted moisture about tho rico. WINTER GOODS. call. AN ABUNDANT SUPPLY And at Very Low Figures. KING 4-- and a Terfect Fit Guaranteed. Give, me PREWITT, Morelaod, Ky, S.H.Sh A. W.JCarpenter, MlllcdgevilU, K W. H. Cummins, Preacborsvill inks. President, Dr. J. U, Ows'ey, Cashier, W.M.Prlght, Teller. J. F. Catf, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; , .., i. iM. ill fi U,L