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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894112701 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. - "M , Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXII. MATRIMONIAL MAnERS. MIDDLEBURC, CASEY COUNTY. ' Interior CRAB ORCHARD. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUHTY. V Jr SyJ1 jBLIL.JL X JJk-dl- U STANFORD. KY.. TU'ESDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1894. Tim grand jury adjourned Saturday Another Btore has bfen opened up Mr. nml Mrs. George Leo vo uaya ami ought to hnvo chenp have named their now boy Georgo An- - ft'ter heitiR in Bwmon jn ntlossmlte. Wo goods with 11 stores within 1 mileaof drow, in honor of both,Rrandpftrente.1fln,,'nR a3 indictments, chiefly misueua Madam Humor aaya wo nro to have minora, Court will be Jn P0H8I0I1 tho l Kocney la tearing calico he at lout a linlf dozeu weddings before ati-- a b.ilauco Of thia week. ,m' lll ooontura of Jainm Lawbnrn'a other yVar, but tho Madam Ih oftun Several darkiea living at Davlslown n woro arrested and put in jail Friday, atora nt Yosomlto. Mrs. Dr. 1. S Wes- - taken. loy has moved to her father's, Mr. J. M. Mr. Campbell, of Oinolunntl, was In charged with whipping nnother negro Durham, to live during tho nhnonoo of Grab Orchard Sunday visiting ono of the that voted tho democratic ticket. They h husband. Hie doctor will b abssnt' fair sex. Mr. and Mra. J. II. IIutcli!ni:e promptly furnished bail and were releasmis-woma- NO. 76 m f T George 0. Sandller, of Danville, a n traveling man, and Mian Ja- nlo C. Masaie, of Dawson, with married ot tho Palmar Home, Puducih. An uuuiual unit Is btiitiK prosecuted " Oentnivllle, Mich. A man Is suing a U. S. Senator from Georgia, for brunch of promUo, alleging that ho la greatly damaged hy her failure a n nn ti nnu r-i) l fl a ii T i to marry him. Aa ho Ib poor and alio vary rich, we suppose ho can establish Broimtwo monthn. wfrt up viaitlng their muiy frlenda du ed. hla alias itioti. Saitoh's celebrated band nnd min- ring tbe past w.-la mucti eoo.pinlnl in tho irMrs. G. 0. Given, who ha? Jtut ic. . Fri During the electric siorin of Friday strels will appear nttho tuned from tho marriage of her Blater, dian lreK neighborhood otohickun and Will deliver his soul stirring lecture on The thieves. Mra Fred I)olk had nine morning the barn of Mr. Andy Turiibull day evening, Dec. 7, under tho auspices Mies SaIUo Moore, to Mr. Gourde Stuart icrn Lancaster band. This will be n In liourbou. tell m that on tho Oth f frvorB.takon from a ooop h few nights was struck by lightning, killing two of the fun loving pubDecember, her niece, the boautlful Mias since, while other roosts in tho vicinity horses, a mute and cow and the fire en- treat for tho tnueic and, lic. FieldaJamoaou. will Imoomu Mrs, Palm- have been raided. Mr. J. G. Iluasell's tirely consumed tho barn and contents. Klder George Gowan has nccepted Mr. Will Henderson and wifenud ATer GrAhatn. Tho fortunate groom Uvea oorn crib has been visited frequently oi Mrs. Ad Henderson were down from the call to preach at the Christian church will Ute nnd the old man, who is of an in Terro Haute, Iud., and thither ho turn of tnlnJ, is preparing n Mt. Yernon to attend the funeral of MrB. during tho year 1895. This will bo good take his bounlo bride. Slavin. Mr. Neil Turiibull, of Mexico. news to the many friends and admirra Olay county eea Madlson'n couiny'a trap to eatc'j the rascals. fdtv mornings since Mr. Mel), is iu GrabTjrchard; the attraction is ono of. this eloquent, nblo and earnest di. A Clay and goes it ono better. Over a year vine. Stanford,. Thanksgiving Evening. contained the Royalty got up pretty early and made u of our entituiiblo young' ladies. ago tho Courier-Journa- l The Thankpgiving services wiil be lire in the cook stove ami returned to Mlsa Anna Taylor, of tho" Gilberts annouuement that Ool. David Y. Lyttlo neld at the Presbyterian chuich Thurs-diaged past 78, an oxStato Senator ami a the nitting room. Mrs. Itoyalty waa n Creek neighborhood, departed for her morning nt 11 o'clock. It has not lawyer of some note, had married a pret-t- littloslow ingoing to the kitchen nnd homo Sunday after n pleasant visit to been decided who will preach tho ser Admission 50 and 75 cents. Seats reserved at W. B. McRobcrts', mountain lass who was just 10. She Mack returned to see how tho tiro was Mies Lula Stuart. Mr. J. II. Melvln and but, as announced Sunday night, or by addressing W. P. Walton. was hid fourth wife, but tho colonel' getting along, when he found thnt his family will move to Fanston this week. tnon, favorite cat had been Bhut up In tho We regret to give up ouch kind neich- - thero will bo nome one on hand to delivlove wan at fresh and warm and yonug "bors. er the usual discourse. aa when half a century before ho hud stove and waa about roasted alive. It Mr. H. E Hughes, of Lawrenceburc, Ilro. Briney will preach Thanksgivfor tho first time. A waa Homo tiino before tho scent of been made a groom was hero Sunday. Miss Hnttio Vnughan, few daya ago ho waa about to make n of the burnt hair nnd toe nails could ing day at the Baptifrt church. He will of Lower Garrard, visited friends in untion before tho judo, when a box of be cleared from tho room; it took con- also preach his farewell sermon the fol- town Sunday. Her school closes in two siderable work to net the stove in order lowing Sunday unless he nccepta tho call aifety Jilua fell from hla pocket and weeks, when alio will leave for Pennsylciuaed tho gentle colonel to blush like a ttnd it may bo uupposed that breakfast given him to preach another year, Hu as late tnnt morning. has labored hard Hnd earnestly tobring vania to visit her sister. M. F. Elkin, of Bchcol girl. Thursday night there Ou January ltd full control of the his chinch members into Christian fel- Stanford, was in town Saturday. Miss at his homo a little Lyttlo, nnd visiting Brown, of Lexington,-ithe young man waa at once named Hen- affairs of the county, for the first time in lowship and to advance tho cause of Lottie her history, will go into tho handa of tho Christ in our midst and we would re- her grand mother, Mrs. Beazley. ry Watteraou Lyttlo, and elected a life , Tho Garrard County Biblo Society Fancy-Groceriesmember of the Clay County Democratic republican?, and It temaina to be seeu gret very much to part with htm. Presbyterian church Sunday nut nt the how things will ho run. Tho olllcers Club. From another Correspondent. J night and waB presided ovej by Dr. Savelected nro nil good men, but inexpeti Mrs. I). G. Slaughter's now house on age, of tho American Bible Society of Did you ever thiuk how many male oaced und know comparatively nothing nndJemahi ancestors wy required to bo about the business .they will soon be Lancaster street is n earing completion New York. After the transaction of the will be quite au addition to Crab Or- usual business and an address by Dr. born todrlng you into tho world? First, called upon to transact. Wo do not pre- nnd In order to save the people of the WcstEnd a journey toother towns up Ench of tend to predict tlut they will be fail- chard. Savage, n collection was taken you had a father nml mother. "CbiirXovember'a surly blast" has nmountlng to $3o. P..G. Ward was elect to buy goods, these had n father and mother; that ures; jut on the other hand, wo be so far delayed its coming nnd the beauti- ed president, W. H. Wherritt, necretnry, makes elx. Kichol these had n father lieve that some 'of them will success ful 1)87.9 of Indian Summer still lingers and W. II. Kinnnlrd, treasurer. nnd mottier; that makea IS human beings. fully conduct-thbusiness of the offices v Wo go back through all tho generations to which they have been elected. Wo in its Ntead. According to the report of the treasDr. Fain and daughter are visiting to the time of Jt'sus Otirit, and It bIiomb can not help but thiuk it wan unwise the amount of the now issues cf that l.W,345,017,4Sa,tm persons had to to turn the administration of nfl'aua into friends hre. He and family will booh urer States paper currency put into Uuited bo born to brim: you into the world -- inexperienced hands; nnd tho peoplo locate here, having leased Mrs. Ward's circulation during the year was $3oO,Co9,- - So that all who examine will be forced to purchase, "without going . . . you, nrho road these lines Columbia may regret it when it is too);hitu. Tho property on Stanford street t -- Grandma Slavens, mother-in-laof iyo. UavlnK UeeD exceeueu uui once, in elsewhere. I shall make a specialty of Spectator. of aalnriea will doubtless bo lookmailer The nmount of worn nnd mutila H..,t nt tin, inlvnnnfl.l ISO ..w Before committing suicide Klitor ed after very closely. County Sup't P. Hnl. II. A- Tta.M ttiivi in ted notes redeemed was $319,002,290. Jamea, Liddle, of tho Preston, In., Tunes, II. Taylor waa allowed $S00 per annum age of 83 nud was buried in the cemetery Thia also has been oxceeded but once, in wrote up tlm Item for his paper, howl by the fiscal ooilrt, whon his predeces- nt this place a few days since. reachMr. A. H. Bast In is making every ef- 1S93. The total paper circulation lining It aa follows: "Liddle dead. The sor, J. W, iloBklua, who Ih acknowledg build up the portion of town ed its highest point in May last, when it editor of tho Times takes his own life. ed to have made the best superintendent fort to Biood at 1,175,000,000. And will sell them at city prices, Wait for the opening and give me Worn and weary, tired nnd disputed, he the county ever had, held tho ofllco for around the depot. Success to him in all Tho Chief of the Secret Service rey y undertakings. Beeka hisotornal rest Jamea Liddle $000, As the next fiscal court will be of his F. U. TWIDWELL. a show. ports that the amount of tho altered or Mr. H. H. llronaugh was so unfortuwent to tho high bridge, between composed of six republicans and three Hustonville, Ky. nate as to lose his fiuo horse, valued nt piunterfeit noteB captured during tho Preston and Miles, nnd deliberately threw democrats, it is supposed that tho s year was $21,300, and coins J10.75G. himself ot: the track beforo n passing oi tho other officers wiillio rnleed in 51,500, It waa bo severely kicked by Thero were nlso captured 134 plateB from train! Tho wheels passed over his body proportion to that of Mr. Taylor. Wo nnother norsothat it had to bo shot. "Had colda" seem to be prevalent in which counterfeit notes had been printand death waa Instantaneous." shall claim tho right to lay theso mnttera ed, 33 dies, 159 molds and a large quanIt is unleretood that Mra. Cleveland before tho public nnd wo shall do eo our midst. W. A. Beazley and family tity of micellanouH matter, consisting of on tho nick list. Mra. Clara Singlewill be compelled to retire from socioty fenrlesbly. Hut if the acts of tin so olll- are tools and melting pots. Coin counteranticipation of an in- cers diBervo commendation, no one will ton has been very ill for 10 days, but is ngaiu this winter in feits are more numerous than formerly. 1 teresting event that is expected to occur more readily accord to them their just now slowly Improving. Tho assessment of Kentucky railin March next. Several ladies of the ill. deserts tlinn the writer. Beginning ou December 10th, and roads haB been completed by the Railplomatiu corps will bo missed this winter jT continuing for three weeks, n Manufac- road Commissioners. The total vnlua- HUBBLE. for the sumo reason, including the beauturers' Exposition will bo held in Lex- tlon is $52,357,010, a decrease from lust tiful American bride of tho Fronch Am Miss Minnie Bland ia improving. ington at the old Main Street Christian ydar of $2,911,753, or n trifle over 5 per j j.ias tjie most complete stock of General Merchandise in the East bassttdor, Mr. Yu, thivChlneseMlniBter'H cant., dim to tho panic. ret earn inga of H.J. Luce is painting , tho church church property. Among tho most ncj Qr- tjie county an(j at unprecedented low prices. Full line of Sta- wife. here. displays will bo an electrical pan- railroads in Kentucky were 55,000,400, n pie S. M. Spoonamoro anl 0. M. Adams orama, and exhibits of the various mair decrease of $003,077. The number of A needle that Mrs. Toblthn Whitman swallowed in 16IW came out at hir a ild koiiih hogs last week at Ic. ufacturiuK interests of Lexington. The uiilea operated is 3,050, an increase of k Dock Clirstnut lost n very fine elbow the other day. Mrs. Whitman, proceeds of the exposition will bo used nine. The Inst words of Jose Salvador ho had dehorned last week from its iu erecting a permanent Music Hall nowto! years old, acta as houeokeeper ftr Dr. J. 0. Wnlton, oifccts. Franch, one of tho most desperate of all her s greatly needed in the city. which dynan Kent of Kentucky, at Mum- About 705 turkeya were driven from Clothing,, Men's, Youth's and Children's, Albsrt G. Mitchell, of St. Louis, who anarchists, tne man who threw the nml ia aa apry aa most women this point to Lancaster last Tiiursdny ami wih thrown from a train and killed, had mite bomb at tho Liceo Theatre, nt Bar fordsville, killI Friday at Hi. of 00 or 70. t2,000 iu accident iusurauce companies. colona, Spain, on November 7, 1S93, Henry Pollard cut his fore linger oil He took out J 12,000 tho day he was kill- ing 20 persons and wounding 50 others, 710 tons of gold, or their It tflkoa equivalent, to pay tho ojcuonsos of tho in a cutting box while foediug ut G. P. ed and now the oompantts thnt took the before his head fell in the basket, were ' "Down with all religions. Vive 1 AnarUnited States Kovorumunt for the year Bright'a last week. risk are kicking. Mtsa Alice Euhauks is thought to be haul It, al1801. Tho neoessary teams to Mrs. John Schmidt, Belleville, Ind., chic." Mothers, if you want the best all wool suit of clothes at $2 ever offerWomen cast 55 per cent, of the total '25 feet, to n team improving now. Dr. Uioero hubauks went down into a mine where her lowing a tn, nnd d years old, do not fail to see them. Boots going to ed for boys from 5 to 14 would make n prooefllon over 8 miles and wife have returned to tlieir home in was digciug coal to tako him bis yoto iu Colorado, and they are specialty. A well selected stock always on hand. Our They will and Shoes a Paducah. long. dinner. Wliite there bhe gave birth to organize a womau'd party. 1.50 and $2 Dongola Shoes can not be excelled. Nothing better fashion hooka in J. J. Walker bought eome; feeding a daughter ami bufuro she could bo re- probably distribute "You must mlsB your liuBband very than our ladies and children's oil grained Dongola Shoes. The very cattle of Dock Chestnut at 3. J. S. moved a sou further blessed the union. place of tho present drojry, much, Mrs. De Lynn." campaign literature that is sent out Shoe for winter. A nice line of the Forwood ShotMfg. Co.'s Boots A lialtimore Judco dncided Friday 'Mtes him! I should say I did. 1I wbh Murphy and T. G. Nunnolloy ure criband Shoes' on hand. Nothing better made and at reasonable prices. -- New York World. tho only man I could ovor trust darling bing their corn at the store here for uext that tlie judges of primary elections in UoGinson, a newspaper conos Call and see our stock before making your fall and winter purchases. B. K o uummer's market. Baltimore have tho right to require the Fido with," and ahe wiped away n with It will cost you nothing to look and we take pleasure in showing our to a. ear that they will support pondent, nnd the party voters toar. Farmor Coratottsul bed a little business hhid to hnvo fallen victims to goods. the party nominees, ami to refuso the him, ato When lovely woman atoops to folly, in the city nnd concluded to get his dincannibals among tho Indians 011 Tibuiu W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Respectfully, votes of those that will not do bo, And finds too lato thnt men bolray, Island, near tho Mexican coast. What charm caii Booth her melancholj '. ner nt a hotel. Ho made his wishes Miss Ida Cook, of Huntsville, O , known to tho clerk, who affably remark- upon ariBlng from n bod found a What art cun wash her guilt wwaj? Green lias been accepted as'a fash- t snake GoUiBinith. ed: Emerald H 8 coiled up in n chair only a few feet dis iouable color for this winter. H 1 "Juat got into tho city?" ureen is ono of tho most becoming of col tant. Instead of faintiug, .13 most wo"Yep." Wisconsin Central Lines. iendering tho men would have done, she killed tho ora to the complexion, "Well, be kind onough to register." Through lino from Chicago to St. Paul skin additionally fair. reptile without nesistance. "Register?" nnd Minneapolis, making close connectho Johnson, tho bicyclist, Yale defeated Harvard 12 to 1 at "Certainly." transfer) with lines running to tion (no record for two miles to 3:54 world's "Git outl" and thero was intense Spriugtleld Saturday. Tho gamo was a all points In Minnesota, North avid South former recCali-,t- ,i rough ono and inauy players were hurt, at Louisville Snturday. Tho scorn in his voico "Whnt air yo tryiu' Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, ord waa 4:01. some seriously. Oau liadhiscollar-bou- o nd Paciflo Coast nolilts. The di ter give me? 'Lection's over." Whisky, cigarettes nnd love caused fractured and another waa mortnllj Our House nil pointa in Eastern, Middle, rect line to Edward Worrell, of Paoli, Ind.,' to comTwo Llvoa Savod. wounded. und WoBtern Wisconsin, Northern Mrs l'hovbe Thoina, of Juuctioii City. Ill wa M. J. Cain has been appointed post- mit suicide. IIo choso the morphino no nan einiunintion and Duluth nnd all Lnko Superior tola by tier doctors for licr, but two bottles oftha master at Caiu'a store, Pulaski county. i)r there wa.ua hope route. mm Kiuc's New DLcoverjr completely cured her and points. Double dally through train Thero is f SOO.000,000 invested In tho Henry Wnson, the pottmistcr Welshton, Fla., Kcgcr., 139 It her life equipment. For full fthe.ftys St.,saved Francltco, Mr I hoi.from a dread- say. he enrrd a cuse ol diarrnoea atof long .lauding with suffered San Florida dfiry interests in the United States. bottlu ol triad without ful cold, approachins particulars address nny ticket agent in result everything el.e coniumptlon, one bottle ol lu six hours, with one .null Diarrhoea Ci.amLcr Remedy. Iain'. Colic, Cholera and then bought surprise that mutt i.avc becu lu States or J. C. Pond, general Dr. Klos'.New Discovery aud la two weeks was What a OF ALU UAL NalUhE. tho United cured. Ila is naturally thankful. It is sucn re the sulfe.er. Such cures are not unusual with this November 29, 1S94, so lay in your agent, Milwaukee, Whs. paeBongcr suits, of which these are samples, that piovo the icmeedy. In many instances only one or two dosVanderbilt wiped up.the earth with In ought and es arc cquited to give puriuaucut relict. It l ail wonderful efficacy of this medlcino cold.. Free trial bottles at A. K. Penny's Drag always be depenutd upon. When reduced with tho Central University foot ball club, nt BuCiCiln'oArnlcu Salvo. water it is pleasant to take. tho world toi cun. bruiseti Stoic. Kegular sue joe and $i. Thebetlvoln rheuni, fover or, fetter, ch.p-""- ::' For sale ny Dr. S. O. Hocker, druggist, Naehvillo. Tho hcoic wb 34 to 0. salt ulcer.,'i.m.i..n. and all eruD. -Electric Ulttors. n.ii banui. tiii.-.- i .Ml - ..mi or no nv reauir 11. M. Bakrr, of London, who had .. . ..iiiuul. raiti. This remedy is becoming so well known and so tuUc,,oa Sd citucn of Mc- been South with tho hope of restoring it U guaranteed to fa. perlect per bos. W A. McOuiro, a to need JiopuUr a. Electric no special mention. All who Kay, O., is of the opinion that thero I. nothing as i'ricd is cent, Hitters ting the samo song of died ut Chattanooga on his ry. praise. A purer medfeine does not exist and it Is uood for children troubled with eclds or croup sj his health, h'or al by A. K. renny, aumuiu, guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Klectrlc tltumbcrUlu's Cough Remedy. He bat used it ia return trip. Ho had consumption. Hitter, will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kid- his family for several years with the best result Groceries, Heatings Stove, Cook Stoves, &c, in ductime. che.t mere . The auuual gold medal declamatory a .Mnln tho .Idc or dampened with not inB neys, will remove I'lmples, Iloils, Salt Kheuni and anJ ways keeps a battle of it in the house. AfI nq WA ni,1,flf troubled with cf flannel id i plect affection, caused blood; rT?T.. 11...1 iilm and bound 00 over tho cat of other malaria from the by Impure prevent will ter having It K"ppe used oilier remedies without contett between students of Centre Col lie drive as . ..,.m.-,.iu.lsy.tcin and "in. It atlord. prompt and permanent relief and- wcllas cure all malarial fevers, For cure of Head- benefit and then concluded to try the childreu's i " ij J,lgt night W03 WOU by Lewis often nrivent a col. from ro- ache, Constipation aud Indigestion, try Electric medicuieand to hlsuelight It sooa eflected a per- -l Ffu.cd in U a i:,R i 1 n ineumonla..Tu 1 iaa. treatment 0. Gabbort, ol Dearborn Mo., D. Curry, Hitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money rnanent euro. ucure lor lame l'ricejoc and ft per bottle at A ,K. ii2iff&""sKSa.,Q' "'9 "' Vr- .are o Uarrodsburg. second. O. Hocker, drujfgbt, Stan- - refuuded.drug lo by Dr. well-knowI ; j I Jam' j -J-ne- re . - ... k AturouwoH .fltAfifflemin Wl MWrniMikkiiii -- n . . . court-hous- e, LAST DAYS OF, THE CONFEDERACY, y y Walton's Opera House,' nSTOIEJIVCIBJEIR, 29TH, F.B.Twidwell u ed s Dealer In Drugs, Medicines, Silverware, &c. e I Have Marked Mine Down 1 w -- -- HOLIDAY : GOODS, to-tU- praise-worth- snla-rie- w - E. Perkins OH'AB 0!EwC2IAituD. IC bul-los- Diy Goods, Dress Goods, eon-in-la- At the New Tariff Priees. huB-ban- brain-pud-dli- pou-hlv- tra-velin- ..I'll ETlil . . lo-er- ed 3-- 5 inanKsgi Yin ii i f AbIi-lan- d, Bor-vl- co m first-cla- ss WILL BE CLOSED I Stan-foi- d. : 1 ,BOrta,W well-know- n BlaekCake Ingredients, HIGGINS & McKINNEY. 111 i. i.-- 1 For ford. i Penny's store. WC,"" 'M"m & I g 5emi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., NOVEMBER ! I STANFORD VV. 27, 1894 P. WALTON. il. c fi l'i 1 J fi 8 : ft a; if. r It is no credit (o a govermndnt like oura to have to incrensrt ita debt in time ol profouutkst pence, but it is a credit to any government to imvo tho credit that our government haa. Tho Mclvinley bill a"nd other reckless republican legislation haa made the issue of f 100,000,000 in Sixes tho lato landslide, scores of t bonds Jnecessary, fifty millions of which publicans are getting themselves d were disposed of some time niso at a as candidates for governor. Somo premium and now for tho other fifty of them wero never heard of before and million bide aggregating 3151,270.000 possibly novor will again. It doesn't are made, most of them being at a pre- hurt to mention them, but all the nanio mium which makes tho inter6st less than ,,001. W. O. Bradley will bo tho republi 3 per cent. A syndicate consisting of the can nominee just as sure as that Hardin United States Trust Cotupauy, Drexei, or Clay will knock the Bocks off of him Morgan & Co., and others otTora to take iu tho final round a year hence. the entire issue at 117 077. This is exceeded by only about $10,000,000 of other The Richmond Register is tho only pabids. Thore were 207 bids received. per wo have seen that has tho ttfnenty up for tho hated secret ballot onvinp manv millions of the to take mode ol voting, nud we believe it doea it reckless appropriation for pensions this more in fun than in earnestness. year, tho estimate for uext year ia $25,000.000 less than before. This saving NEWSY NOTES. alone ought to haye kept tho democrats Charles Hart confesses that ho mar in power. A big amount of the sum goes to men who aro dered two girls at Paulson, O., after first paid to pensionera not entitled to tho bounty of the gov- outraging one of them. A bill haa been introduced in the ernment and supports tho scamps in idlemen. Georgia Senate allowing women to hold ness at the expense of honest civil offices in Georgia. Some of the stoutest and most The S. P. O. A. is after Mr. Clevecommun'ty are being men of every who land for following tho fashiona in having supported br the government, 8molIed no powder in war and are not his horeo'a taila docked. bushel. Joo Brashears, of Hopkinaville, a boy worth in peace the powder it would take of 10, fell off of a load of hay on to a to kill them. ADE ITEMS. FARM pilo of rocks and was killed. Forty-tw- o cases of typhoid fever aro Evidence is cumulative that Judge B. It is reported that II. O. Havemeyer GuITy is not such a bad egg nor eo reported from New Haven. Tho disease offered $30,000 for Allx. L. D. A livery staMo and 2S horses wero poor a lawyer after all, as was claimed. was traced to tainted oysters. Col. V. O. Bradley has passed on him wollo are burned at Springfield, III. In West Virginia 2,000 oil c ertificate of in operation, and 10,000,000 barrels, worth W. H. Anderson bought of Alexanand gives him a and wo all $8,000,000, will be the output thia year. der Bros., five fat cattlo at 2Jc. character and capability, know that the colonel is an honorable The cotton 'crop ia calculated to be Frank Welch, of Indianapolis, atman, who wouldn't speak unless he tempted suicide by drinking coal oil, but 10 per cent, lnrgur than that ol last year. kn-jthe whereof of that which he af- the doctors saved him, the more'b the W. R. Gainea sold to J. II. Crutch-fiel- d firms. If this thiug keeps on, however, pity. a small bunch of extra good hogs at the old turncoat will be made out to bo Versailles can't afford to pay for a 4jc. tho greatest la wer that ever lived and continuance of electric lights and after That's It ia the name of a promising leave people to wonder why it bad never Dec. 1 will go back to coal oil and can- youngster by Shadelaud Ouward, dam been discovered until ho was elected to dles. Maud P., 2:151. the highest court in the State. W. U. Traylor bought at Lancaster George K. Whitworth, who Bhot will Chancellor Allison at Nashville and then yesterday 20 slop cattle averaging 1,000 The West Virginia Legislature stand in the Senate republicans 14, dem- himself, died of hia wounds Thursday pounds at 2.15 to 3c. Dudley Baxter's livery stablo at ocrats 12, in the House 40 republicans night. Twenty thousand people saw Yale Frankfort waa burned, together with six and 22 democrats. A canvass of these representatives shows that Stephen B. defeat Harvard by a score of 12 to 4 in a horses and 15 buggies. Andy McDowell says ho can't drivo Elklna will bo the next U. S. Senator foot ball game at Springfield, .Mass., SatDirectly, 2:073, better than 2:30, without will likely urday. from that State. His election Two Kansas undertakers quarreled wearing his racing colors. bo by acclamation since every metnbtr There aro 113 trotting tracks in New of the Second and Fourth Congressional over the possession of a corpse and one get- York State in membership with the Nadistricts haa declared for him, with over made a corpse of the other, thereby tional Trotting Association. half of thoso in tho Third and First. He ting two jobs. Two drunken Inmates fired the priBeautiful Bells ia the only maro that was secretary of war under Harrison. son at Tahlequah, I. T., and perished in has the proud distinction of haying two Thk perennial and yersatile Mrs. Cuth-ber- t the flames, despite the heroic effort of of her coltehold the yearling record. Bullitt, of Louisville, waltzes to the the guards to rescue them. Joe Patchen now holds the world's It is again reported that tho Japan- record for pacera over a half mile track. footlights again to By that she has withdrawn her suit for divorce, "feeling that ese have captured Port Arthur. The H.j oecured it at Taylor, Texas, by going it is but "human to.err and divine to for- Btronghold is sal I to have fallen Wednes- in 2:00. give," and begging tho patient forbear- day after 18 hours of fighting. Harvey Risk delivered to Joo A. CoThe National Fox Hunt waa a fail- hen Tuesday, 00 boss, averaging 340 Ha, ance of our friends and the public in our unfortunate and deplorablo domestic dif. ure. No foxea could be found and the that he sold to Cohen in September ntCc. ferenceb." And now if Mrs. Cuthbort membera had to get down to tho less ex Woodford Sun. Bullitt will let tbjs bo her farewell ap- citing chase for Mollie cotton taila. Tho Jepsamino Journal reports pahs . at 1J, pearance on any stage, all will bo forgiv The Whitley county members of the of IS Hhipping cattle, 1,500 Louisen when Bhe lets herself be forgotten. cattle at 4, yearling steero at cars fat Proctor Coal Company beat the ville crowd in a suit for tho conduct of two car loads of hog at 3J to 4. David Thompson haa sold to B. PerGov. McObkaky expresses Iuh thanks the business before Judge Edwards in to the disinterested statesmen who Louisville. kins his farm, (the old Tom S liter farm) Clay off tho track would a Hardin and Thirty human bodies in an advanced about 200 acres, for $10,000 and a lot unfor governor, bntsays state of decomposition were found piled improved land. Lancaster Record. and nominate him "your candidate I can not bo." Tho upon ono another in a cave near Mexico Cap Galispio shipped 123 head of governor has au almost dead sure thing City, Mexico. The whole thing is a cattle, weight 1,453 pounds, to Jersey on the Senatorial plum aud is smart mystery. City. He eold 25 head of cotton mules enough to see the fine Italian hand of Tho Pension Bill for next year, as at $70 per head. Mt. Sterling Advocate. will Senator Blackburn in this visionary ef- prepared by a House E. A. Collins, owner of the Clover fort to Bide track him. appropriate $141,3S1,570, or about Dell stock farm, Tennessee, haa sold lepa than the appropriation for Procter, tho celebrated pa-- f Judge W. M. Fihlky ia tired of lick- the preeent fiscal year. cer (2:15) to A. M. See, of Toronto, Can. ing stamps and has resigned hia position It is estimated, in tho neighborhood for $10,000. as assistant postmaster of Louisville to of the treaaury vacuum at Frankfort, John Kehoe.of Haticock, Mich., has become half owner and editor of the that if druggists are made to pay for li- been sentenced at Bedford, Ind ,to one Eouisvillo Truth. All hia friends will be cense to retail liquor the revenues of tho year'B imprisonment for running in tho glad to hear that he haa decided to let State will be $40,000 better off. horfle Little Billie as a ringer at several his light shine instead of hiding it under To the importunities of the gentlo-me- n Indiana fairs. a bushel in a dark custom houae and rewho think they are forming a now Cecil Brothers, ol Danville, havo turn to the profession that ho brightens political party to boom silver, Gov. Fish-bacaild to J. T. Wilson, of La Crosse, Wis., and adorns. of Arkansas, replies in effect that tho yearling colt Alone, by Gambetta party ia good enough for Wilkes, dam Gondola, dam of Gill Boyle, TnK Cincinnati Commercial Gazette is the democratic 2:271, etc., for $1,000. decidedly off color in politics, but a8 a him. While hunting near Warsaw, Ind J. O. Gallagher bought 800 turkeys newspaper that gives all tho newB and an John Harley accidentally shot and killed in Garrard county laBt week at 5 cents-J- . almost endlees amount and an infinite hia most intimate P. Stacg sold to Hatchell & Vanara- variety of good reading matter it ia par Tbomaa France, is crazed with grief and has sev- dall 200 barrels of whito corn at $2.50, for io one of the greatexcellence. Ita daily which we adver- eral times tried to destroy himself since Mrs. Mary Overstreet. Harrodsburg est and ita killing. Sayings. tise in another column, is at once the the The leading customs official of China While husking corn a year ago cheapest and best in tho country. has gone to Japan, and the presumption Sterrett, of Newcastle, Pa., Tub Carlisle Mercury knowa good ia that his mission ia ono of peace. It is lost a wallet containing $25 and several things when it sees them. It appro- said that China, in its anxiety for peaco souvenir coins. Wednesday be butchpriates several articles from thia paper, at any price will pay Japan an indemn- ered a hog and found tho wallet in tho but fails to give credit to whom credit is ity of 1175,000,000. porker'a stomach. Samuel Carson, an escaped convict due. Our friends are perfectly welcome Daring tlie present year 71 trotters though to anything we huve, with or from Jefferson City, Mo., who haa been with records of 2:30 or better have died, without credit and with or without a cabman for 10 years, has fallen heir to the fastest being Pamlico, 2:10. During $10,000. He haa now surrendered him- the samo period 20 pacera with records thanks. self and hopea to employ attorneys who of 2:30 or better havo died, tho fastest A viesd named Anderson confessed on will secure hia pardon. being Crawford, 2:07?. the witness stand iu a divorce case at A female tramp, posing as a book The Cincinnati Jockey Club haa anFargo, N. D., that he had been paid $400 agent and said to be in disguise, isscariug nounced threo stake fixtures for 1S90 and expenses to swear away a woman's tho life out of people in certain portions worth $24,500; tho Oakland Derby 0 character. A mob Bhould have taken of Logan and Todd counties. Sho carguaranteed; the Cincinnati Oaka him then and there and sent his accursed ries four revolvers with her, and doesn't and The Buckeye $7,000. These soul to hades. pay a cent for any thing Bhe gets. theo stakea are for J. 0. Burnett, caahior of the Citizens National Shoo Lou Chief, the property of J. M. of the The at Now York is a con. Bank of Sholbyville, haa filed suit Garrett, of Woodford, took at tho Now and Leather Bank prize of $150 for Biderate kind of a cubs. Ho got off with against James F. Middleton, a dry goods York horse show, the or geldlug, $354,000 of the concern's cash, but waa merchant, praying $10,000 damages for the best mare or in the face and body by over, registered under the ruleB of the kind enough to leave tho safe and bad being struck Horse Breeders' associa debts for tho stockholders to console Middleton as the result of a personal en National Saddle counter. tion. themselves with. ' Tub Japa are proving tho finest fighters of modern times and tho Chinese the biggest cowards. They captured Tort Arthur lust week, which was the strongest fortress in China, after a Bhort, sharp and dccislvo battle, which may soon end the wr. Tho emperor's best troops melted awayliko dew before tho aun as tho determined Japs smote them fore and aft.The capture of this citadel is regarded by experts as a remarkable achievement ol nu invading army far from its baoo of supplies and goes to prove that tho Japanese are loud if thoy aw littlo. men-tione- in able-bodi- ed county, 20 yearling cattle, weighing James Corbett has posted $1,000 to 750 pounds each, Ft 3 cents, and to Navo Ma-hmatch any man in tho world. Peter & Brooks five fancy butcher cattlo will probably cover it in a few daya. heifers), 1,200 pounds each, at Wc want to impress on the minds of customers our appreciation of Tho Court of Appeals hnu granted 3 cout. H a'ao bought 44 fancy calves Mm lriicf!ntH until lWeaiber 1 to file their support and cncourngcmcn't towards our success in a substantial at $11 per head. Midway Clipper. grounds for a now hearing in tho liquor A fairly good crowd attended Lan way to them by Riving the most liberal money's worth they ever had liceneo cape. caster court y onlay, but business waa in their lives. Low prices with us are the rule. Every day proves Tho New York World estimate that not very brisk. Thore wero about 200 tho populist vote cast in the United cattle on the market, but only a few wer6 the wisdom of this plan which we adopted when we began business, Statea November (1 was 1,030,000 a gain nold at public auction. Extra good butch- and which is now so fully understood by the publicfwhose of nearly 000,000 in two yearn. er stuff brought 'Jic; feeder, 31:; yearThere venuo of the Postoflice Depart- ling and old cattle 2 to 2Jc ment for the last fiscal year was $76,000,-04- Horsea were dull and very few could bo and tho expenditures $S 1,324,414, disponed of at any prire. leaving n deficit of $0,243,035. Robert E. Harvey, a notorious forWc enjoy to the fullest extent. Wc are determined to establish for ger, has been captured at Lansing, Mich., ourselves a name which shall bir synonymous for good quality, a whero he has been figuring as a prohibIn 1895. guarantee of fair and square deftHng, a surety of Lowest prices. ition orator and advertising agent for a hymn book. The Simpletons, n Dew novel by Thocnat Hardy, will Be brijurt In the December In addition to Bpraining hia ankle, continued to N'otciaber, 1895. X'liuker, ilyli aud Wheever uv be -:- tho President is to bo congratulated that one' faont nmorg Koglisn novelists, It olll be conceited by all critic that t'hninai Hardy stands he did not sprain his arm when he wrote foreiuokt at a matter ariltt in fiction, and the not bu expected that Thanksgiving proclamation. Cour inferior mtydegree to thrt to rone pnihinlnai Tril- at random from the various departments, hundreds ol others all over In wtiicn hat narked by the mcit successful story ct tha ycl ier Jonranl. the big store arc waiting to" be gathered in. Icidiue liuture will be tho 1'imobhI RecolA party of 13 returning from a camp lections ol Joan ol Arc, by tho Sieur Louis tie lltr l'at;e and Secretary, under meeting near Princeton wero thrown Conic,the most popular of living American which (; gtue tho hay wagon thoy were on down iino writer will present the story of the Maid of with Orleans. In the January Number will appear a bluff. Ono lady was killed and profuirly Illustrated paper on Charleston and the a Carolina, ttc first ol a series of Soui hern I'apirs. several others seriously hurt, lho ia Northern attention grounds for than at any Africa time attracting moreseat of emwill havo further since it was the other beautifully embroidered, always io and 15c, FIVE cents this week. pires. The neat volume of HAKl'ER'S MAGAtheir hobby. ZINE will contain four illustrated articles on thia Ladies' ribbed cotton vests and pants 30 cents per suit, worth 50. region, aud three of llim will depict the present Reports compiled by the Manufact- l.fe there. Julian Ralph wl!l prepare) for tho Ladies' black wool hose 20c worth 35. urers' Record bIjow that the Southern MAO ZI.sK a rencsot eight stone, depicting typical phases ol Chinese Life and Manoeri. " " fleece lined hose 25c worth 40. States this year produced more than ihe Ion,; stones, there will begin In the Number the tint chapters of a Ihroe-I'aof tho total corn crop ol tho UnitMisses ribbed wool hose 15c, worth 25c. 104 white Ulankcts 75c Novelette, by Uichird Harding Davis the longed States, ita total production, according est work )et attempted by this writer Complete and Si, worth $1.25 and jSi.50. 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House Wednesday night. preached a highly sensational sermon Sunday, in which he roundly denounced Twocotngea on Whitloy Avenuo for Cauiket picturea reduced from ?.'! to Stanford, Ky., November 27, 189-- rcrjUit $0 each per nronth. Miller k $1 W per dozen for the remnludtr of this tienctlon of Archbishop Ireland in taking pnrtin tho recent campaign in Now Holm; gallery, Stanford. month only, nt York State. Ho declared it wa? undigE. C. Walton, Business Manager The court of appeals decides that drug Ike Corbin Eutorpriao haa something nified, disgraceful to hia episcopal olllco, That's what it is. A public confidence game. We win public conBtorca must tako out Sfatq liconao if new In peraonaln. , In ita last issuo it nBcandaJ m the uyes of all thoy Bolla whisky In any woy. prints tho gratifying information that Catholics nnd n piece of meddlesome in- fidence by fair dealing and trade treads on our heels. When we call MEANS BUSINESS. terference, and that hiH action waa mere- a thing a bargain, people know that's its haa sobered up. TiiKPtorea and banks will bo closed Mr. proper name. When assert ly in payment of n debt to tho republi-ciaHoy your school books and echool a Thursday, Thanksgiving day, nnd tho over our signature that Sui'i'KH. Mrs. John Traylor nska us to o! all kinds at A. K. l'onny'B. party, nnd should be sa publicly re- o will obnurvn Hnnday hours. announce that there will bo a basket Watciikh, clocks and juwelry ropalrod uukcii as me oiionso waa publicly comin supper at Goahon church next Saturday mitted. and wnrranted. Engrnviiur, n Bpociulty, Gk.v. John B. Uokdon, ut A. It. 1'tuuiy'n. night, Dec 1, to which tlw public ie corDr. B. Carradine, of St. Louie, open-oWalton'a Opera Hqubo, TiiKlnrj-Ofl- t stock of Drum, ModiolncH, up hia batteries on tho cohorts cf the Thanksgiving night, Nov. 20. dially invited. Ferfuiuury. I'uinta nnd Wall Paper at Wu had thought of rittinintr a special devil her Sunday and it la generally A.U.renny'a. Pcncriptionti a Bpecial- -' FouSalkok KKNT.KesideiiL'o occupipredicted that he will create euch n re- Or that oods arc reduced, you can d;pend on it. The first thing on ty. ed by B. K. Wearon. I'rico ?15, month train to Lancaster to bring puoplo to hear ligious fervor nnd enthusiasm beforo his list to catch the knife is our Gun, Gordon, but as thu chaucea aro that ly payments. Thus. Richards, Stanford. PERSONAL POINTS. meeting ia through thnt thn tho house will bo, crowded we havo given . whole community will bo effected. He Mhb. Will Moiim.anuIs up after For horse blankets, lap robeH, double up thu intention. : : ia a spenker of great power aud fully im or single nnniees, Baddies, urliiles, or weokn' illness. Don't fail to sou our fur, Brussels, vol bucd with the belief that God can cleanen t any kind of horsu goode, go to Yengor & UiciiAiiu M. Nkwlani) haa boon vet and carpet rugs. Our beautiful work us from all sin, ho prenchea tho doctrine If you want a dres, now is the " Yeager, tho livery men. friends at Somerriet. time to buy. See our line of Black tables, and tablo covers, tnble seta, of Banctlflcation nnd holiness with a vim Mns. Hattik Unit, of Kotiton county, Goods. Our store is full of new and stylish goo'ds of all kinds. Don't On account of Gen. Gordon's lecture throws, towels, Ac, itc , for Christmas or nud vigor, which shown hia entire consebaa been thj uest of Mia. P. W. Green. nnd thu Methodist meeting tho Presby-torla- n any other timu. Hughes & Tate. cration to it. The Binging ia conducted listen to those who tell you "here is something just as good" but come Mim Nannik Kknnkuy, of tho Wofit young ladies have decided to postRev. E T. Kineheart, of Now Albany, to headquarters first. Knil, linn been visiting Mlta Jcnniu Coop, A I'HKTry good rain fell Friday, since by pone their supper advertised for Thanks-giviuwho has been with tho doctor for some or. which time beautiful weather haa pro. till a more opportune season. M11. W. D. MclloneiiTJ went to Cinvailed. The signal service would not time and that is a Bpecial feature. The organ has been placed upon the chancel cinnati yesterday to lay in ht.i Christ Oim people aru showing their apprecia- Ventura n prediction for simply tunH Kooda. of a good thing by reserving eeafs aaylng in ita dispatch yesterday, "Fair, aud there the singers sit, with the leaden tion who sings aa if ho waa under thu power Miia. S. I1. Staoo spent last week for tho lecture of Gen. Gordon. Al- warmer of tho Holy Ghost. Servicea begin at 10 relatives in Doyluand thu West Kutl ready 00 have been Bold and thu prosGame ia plentiful in Casey. In a livo a. m. and 0:30 r. m. with half an hour of of this county. pect ia that ovary sent will bo taken by hours' hunt near Middloburg Saturday, song and praise before tho sermon. There Mrs. Stanlky, wifo of tho the time thu distinguished gentleman Messrs. Coleman, Dye, Floyd, Spears, never was such a crowd in tho Methodist tniuiator of FluiniiiKsbiUK, ia yialtiiiK appears on the bIhko. We carry a splendid assortment of Tins for both ladies' and gentleElliott, Helm and Wntera killed 21 quails church aa waa gathered Sunday night; Shaukri, Mia. men's wear. Some of them are very inexpensive and will make a In order that editor, business manager and five rabbit's, Mr. Helm distinguish- every space waa occupied; many standMiss Fhances Aim Ma, of Huatonvillo, nnd compositors and oven tho devil may ing himself as a crack shot nnd sports ing through tho entire service, whilo pretty Christmas remembrance at a trifling cost, and from this point was thu guest of Misa Martha Paxton others could not get in at all. The pas- they grade upward to any amount you care have a better chance to give thanks, thu man. ltout lost weok. to pay: In Scarf Pins, Mns. J. T. Johnson has loft for Nash- nextiesuuof thu Intkuiok Jouknal will Wjcuru imicli indebted to our good tor, Kev. W. E. Arnold, extenda n loving Baby's Tins, and all goods included in the line we make it a point to to all to come and bo benefited bt printed Wednesday night. Oar cor- friends of ville, after n visit ,lo her thu Lancaster Record aud Mt. invitation show you the veiy latest styles in variety, and to afford you every faby the meeting. respondents will please observe and gov" Vernitii Iviglo for Mrs. America Kout. notices of Gen. Gorcility for satisfactory selection. Our prices you will find to be very of LouU villi), em themselves accordingly. Mks. 0. W. Kkkmkk, don's lecture, oven if ono did say it If wecouM meet theHratgirl up yesterday to visit her parents, cuta Who heard us breathe love's vow, moderate and in no case exceeding the actual value of the article. Tiik combined weight of Tom Yoagei'a would be delivered next Tuesday and Slio'd probably bo tho last girl Mr. and Mra. 11. T. Harris. foot ball team which will play tho Cen- thu other Friday. Thu dnto ia ThursWho'd hear us breathe it now. Mm. Uanmic Huuks, formerly of this tre College eleven, No 'J hcru Friday, ia day, Nor. 20, Thanksgiving night, and JLUVfc nnd ia a littlo over 'J.OOO place, hen moved to don't you forget it. pounds. J. W. Porrin. N'EW ADYKIITLSKMKNTS. now keeping boarders at 103 North Lime- Bright Ferrill and Mack and Crit Tuk gaa vein struck atttio waterworks stone. ALWAYSaru tho heaviest members. Mr. in boring for water has about spent ita CTHDD DnnMO Two tarjo brick ones Mit. Okoiuiu Miixuit Givbmj waa down for sale Perrin, who beats them all, tipa tho beam force, though it ia still burning. Mr. B. O 1 UKti riUUlVlO. inManford, principal or rent. They are on M .In street, in the front llustouvillu yesterday to meet Miss atLM'J. Mri M. J. MILI.Kll. J. O. Howe, who camo from Indianapo- block. 75 ICuto Hole, who has been teaching at Tub Richmond Register has a compos- lis lo pronounce on it, aaya that in tho Pittsburg. Miw. It. K Humus and Miss Mary itor, who sots three gulleya a day of bre- gaa fluids such veins aru given no atten Miller, of iancastr, with their vier and distributes two cases. Hia name tion, except to indicate tho fact that pay MIbs Clalro, of Knoxville, were heio ia George W. White anil ho haa been ing quantities may be found by going For past favors and trustful lor the future, knowing if we do our part . Hu advises further teat hero and aticking types for 15 years. Treat him deep-uryesterday shopping. the people will romc to sec us. We do not quote goods at a given Mihtuw Maky and I.ucv Locus, sldtira tenderly, Bro. Green. Such jewola aa he thu directors aru going to consider tho DEALER IK- price and say that is one-hal- f their worth unless it is something we deadvisability of it. of Kov. 8. M. ijngan, and Mica Duncan, nre rarely found in earthly crowns. . sire to shaye. We sell goods as low as any men in the world ought nil of Richmond, ppent Sunday witli him Gkn. Goiidon haa never before apptar-e- d : Tiik Knights of Pythina elected tho nt the St. Asaph Hotel. to sell them and live and as an evidence our store is crowded as never in a town, thu eize of Stanford nnd it Hunt, who was on a vftlt following ollicera Thursday night to aervu waa only on a big guarantee that he Mns. before. Many of ourto her aibter, Mra. K 1 Heinhenrt, waa the ensuing aix months, beginning Jan. could bu induced to come now. It is the 1. Chancellor Commander, J. S. Welle; culled hack to Pnihiinli yesterday by a opportunity of a life time to hear one of -telegram that her husband waa vry ill. Vice Chancellor, u. K. Tate; Prelato, Jou F. Watorp; Keeper of Rncorda and Seal, thu leading and about the last of the been quite ill and Misrf Sue Kout hs J. D. Wnnren; Master at Anna, K. G. great participants tell of the stirring Than we have ever handled them betore and S 1 will go further than Postmaster J. W. Kout haa had a touh Denny; Master of Work, Jcsso M. Alver- - times of the "Last Days of the Confederttirio pulling through without her. Ho we have ever known it. We don't let any firm or any market underacy," aud judging from present indicaBOti; .Master ol Hnauce, Albert .Sever Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars. sell us if we know it. We invite the hu never saw tho maila aa largo aa bits poor and the rich to test what ancc; Master of Kxchenuor, Dr. W. B tions, it will bu embraced by as many aa when hu hna no aanistincu. can crowd into thu Opera Houso. So" S. W. Menefee., O'Bantion, Tru-tewe say. Our stock is all in order for Dn. J.S.Stai'I', principal of tho Col cure a ticket if you would 'bo euro of a Headquarters lor almost anything Home, Crab Orchard, was here Satdiscovering masked batteries, 30 aeat. A urday and expressed IiIiuh'jU much plef a yoariter whisky and most every you want. When you want a first-clas- s old other churmTaVfairs. oil with hia prospects. He haa thing of value in tho caves around Mid- paplla and they are making rapid Rov. A, V. Sizemoro will preach nt dlesbcro, thu voracious, if not veracious, meal for 25c, call on him. And for the Holidays. We should buy our friends the useful as well Halls Gap next Sunday afternoon nt 3 correspondent there, has now found a as the ornamental. Our Fur Rugs, sleigh Robes, Muffs or Ladies A i.rrrr.n from Mr. Horace Drown, in- gold mlno. Ho eaya "excitement over the o'clock. and Misses and sets for children. Cheneal, Table Covers, Fine Linen closing subscription money for another wonderful find of gold at Ixme MounThe meeting nt the Cumberland Table Cloths and Napkins to match, fine Towels, Work Tables and yonr, ordern hia paperlchangml to Port-lin- tain, Tenn., 20 miles from there, ia Presbyterian church nt Winchester conMats. Beautiful Dress Goods, Fur and Cloth Capes, Cloaks, Bed Oreaon, from Soattle, Wash. It Stanfor 1, Ky. Three thousiud people aro on ducted bv Iter. B. T. Watson, of PrinceBlankets, Comforts, &c. Our Boots, Shoes and Clothing is complete will hu rememheradtlmthe married Mies the grounds. Five thousand dollars wore ton, closed with 21 additions. and if we can't fit you in Clothing we have them made. Don't fail Suo Helm. A small volumu entitled "Soldierfe' 1894. 1793. 0 taken out yesterday. Tfila makea to see us before you buy. Mit. J. 1. Davis had tho fact that the pocket Bible," ono of a number carried in nil." fast trains do not stop at Junction City by Oliver Cromwell's soldiers, waaeold AiTr.H fully considering the mvtttr nt Boston Wednesday for $1,000. emphasized tho other day. Ho got on ono at Somerset and was taken to Lex- nnd confident of the justice of his cause, "Bluas tho Lord" sveru Kov. J. V. ington, notwithstanding ho baggwl and G. B. Cooper hns served formal notice of Guthre'a last words aa ho fell dead of contest on Mr. J. F. Cummina, who waa heart disease at Marion. Ho was pastor plead to be lot off at thu Junction. ' Wr. received ri remittance from K. V. given the certificate of election to the of tho Southern Presbyterian church Purdom, of Sparta, Mo., aou of Mrs. county clerkship on n majority of aix there. Rov. Mr. Willis, of Parkland, preachMaria Warren, of this pUico, which pays votes. Mr. Cooper presuntu thu names Now Issued Twice-a-Woesubscription to Jan. 1, 1S07. Ho says of over GO voters, whom ho thinks hu ed nt thu Christian church Sunday. Ho hia The Best Family Newspaper a It is thu unroot way ho knowa of getting can prove voted illegally ami his altor-nov- saya that tho meeting Rov. W. E. Ellis is do not think there ia any doubt 0' holding for him ia progressing with good In the West. two lotteru a week from hia old homo. results. II. B. Farrla, Is now hiasuccifs in the contest. MX Columniof the choicet rending every week iS.)s tt wilt During tho two weeka'meeting of Soon after Jan, 1,lu month.costal taS columns, Twe.nty couples, scores of young men in full control of tho Olomena House, or 6,636 columns ia Rev. F. I). Halo in Louisville, SI have Mra. without company nnd Danville. Tho Advocate saya muueroua spectaThorul haa convoyed her interest to him. tors enjoyed tho hop at Walton'a Opera joined tho church. Thirty of them wore Only B" ia aa clover n ralno host na ono could House, Friday night, which was n de- baptized Snnday night beforo a congreDinner Sets, Chamber Sets, &c, all go at Cost till that date. Every department of Ufa Is covered in its colwish to sou and wo are glad to know that lightfully pleasant informal nflair. Bo- - gation of 1,100. umns. The latest news of this country nnd all Tho work of tho W. O.T.U. ia toraljn countries given in each Issue. ho ia prospering. sides tho homo girls, there were present injjta scopo. At ita present from Hustonville, Misses Jennie Keid, The Farmer CITY AND VIRIN1TY. Joaaio and Kato Cook, Frances and Mary meeting in Cleveland the topics under Can find food for study in the columns devoted to political news and discussions, reading our "big ad." each Adams and Nannio KennedyMiea Isa- discussion ranged from tho highest probAm: vou and, in addition, find storos of useful inlems of government to the question of formation relative to agricultural matters bella O asIuv, of Hubble, nnd others. B. iasuu ? Danka tho Jeweler. gleaned from the experience ot thu bet II. Danks, J. A, Mudd.'C. A Cox nnd C. abolishing tho corset. larmers in the land. Hohannea Kavagiovlan, from Mar-aaWe any a few words about pin a thiB II. Sedatn furnished tho music, which Sllecia, Turkey, delivered an enter The Housekeeper week. Koad our "big ad." Danka. was regarded ttBjgood ns ever furnished a tuning lecturo at tho Christian church My stock of Will find much to help her in lightening SrosciEa. A selection for you; bath, hop bore. the buidenol her work. Sunday on tho "customs and religions" epongeo. W. B. Mc- lino silk and buggy In hia opening nddresa beforo tho Cal- of his country. Ho has grudunted at tho The Young Folks Roberts. . edonian Literary Society 8aturday night Lexington Kiblo Collego and will return Are the joy ot the houiehold. Their wants How best to amuse Thu svlvt-- of Alex Flatagg and Loula Mr. J. L. Beazleyjpald Mrs. J. F. Goyor, to Turkey 'soon to preach tho gospel. nre multitudinous and Instruct them is thn.vexing problem of Kov. A. V. Sizemoro shot it into tho Brady, of Kowland, havo each presented of Turnorsvillo, tho originator nnd founmotherhexd. None of theso things ate forgotten in the Twice-Wetk Gaz:ttc. thorn with noire during tho past weok. der of the Society, a deservedly high dancers nt his morning service Sunday Tho former's ia a girl and tho latter'a a compliment, but if .that good lady hnd and at its close the church appointed a Reading for Old and Young. Shoes, &c, is now complete Call and see me. been present and watched tho subse- committee of six to discipline tho memboy. . In addition to the current news of tho day quent proceedings, sho- might hnvo bers that needed it. Tho committeo is on all subjects there will be hundreds uf YiiAO.in'a foot ball team will play blushod for itsjdegeneracy, Ton as follows: A. O. Cnrman, J. II. McAlis-te- r columns cf he choicest rea ing uron evainco a cultiery topic History, Scionce, Art. Intertho Centre College No. 2 at tho water vation of tho heela instead of the head and M. F. Elkin, Mrs. Annio James, esting Stories, l'oeirr. Correspondence Friday. Game call uext ,.rUH from Abroad. All will find their place in scorns to bo rcquisito to membership Mrs. Mattio Neyiua and Mrs. Phil Nuc3 Admission 25 cents, the colums of this great fa nily I'jper. ed nt 3 o'clock. now. Trosident S. W. Menefee explain- nelloy. . .; Ladlea frco. ed thnt ho was disappointed in some of Tho thanksgiving servico ol tho Tho Old War Veterans Said to hu 100. Anno Careon, colored, his "talent" ailing to keep their prom- Christian Endeavor Sunday was both Have a Department.specially devoted to ' their inlure.u. Bed-Roo- m aild to bo 100 yeara old, or more, died in ises, nnd itwaajonly ,nftor much difficul- appropriate and interesting. Miss Mar? night. Shu had ty thnt ho could present n program nt garet Hughes presided in a praiseworthy Bonoyvillo Saturday The Laboring Man totally nil. Barring'ithe negro dancing busi- manner and Messrs. P M. McKoberts, . been Hick In bed for aix yenra and and Employer ness, whiclijwaalout of place, nnd other A, O. Sine and J. M. and E. H. Beazley blind tho last four. Bed-Loung- e; Have n Department devoted to them. things, therejworo Bomo excellent fea- made short addresses. Mr. McRobortn This alone is worth twice tbo subscription vicinity Tiik ladies of Stanford nnd price. tures, notably the duets by Misses Mary referred to the fact that in Its history of .' ' ' who wish drcsBinnklug dono Bhould call Cowen andAlice Holmes, tho violin boIo a year theSociety had missed but ono Market Reports Miss Mary D. Smith beforo plnclng of B. U. Danks to nn accompaniment Are mtde a special feature, and will be on meeting and that there was tause for found thoroughly reliable in every detail, their ordora. Call and seo her fashion tho organ by Mrs. J. E. Portman, nnd thankfulness that no death had occurred and complete up to the hour ot issue. and get her pricea. A handsome Picture and Easel; A Cotton Top Mattress, A Bed plates Miss Margaret ;llughea' recital. The among,' its large membership iu that SAMPLE COPIES FREE. Address Spring; A nice lot of new Mouldings just received; A place to use "Woodrow band;mado,'Bomo good old time time. Miss Mary Cowen sang a beautiTuk L. & N. la naaesaod $15,000 a mllo music and George K. COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO., your cash to advantage. and Dunn read the pa- ful solo with almost incomparable swoet-nes- a for tho Knoxville division The per, which waa a decidedly personal afnnd the meeting closed with the estho Richmond Branch. CINCINNATI, O. n mile for Southern will havo to pay fair, and the .meeting adiourned slnn tablished benediction of tho Society said Cincinnati IsyTho Daily Commercial Gazette is the greatThe Cash Furnitnre Dealer, Stanford, Ky. jdie. i by tho members in unison. est newspaper In the West. on $23,000 a mile. taxes (Jemi-Weekly -1 Lkxingtos crenin flour nt IllKnins & 'Mmm COFlDESyCE GAME. right-minded- So-and- nup-plie- post-oilic- d We are Offering Bargains DHESS GOODS u .1 m eov-cr- al DEPARTMENT. vml-tin- g, to-da- y, vlsl-tlu- t; v well-know- n o 11 m I Kriiml-iiiotliu- r, zim the OTWjHIUBB, -- Ku-ban- ka kitI R. Zimmer, -- m Oi-li- Fancy Groceries, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, - Goods " Are." Cheaper e, 30-od- d prq-gra- s. "TEANKSGIVING d, una-btte- d. R ZIMMER. THE $50,-00- HUGHES & TATE. Weekly TiiEux-Llncolnit- e, At Cost Till Dee. 1, '94. OF CINCINNATI. Qu ee osware, CSassware. One Dollar a Year. Lamps, &c, k, yyyyy 1 FARRIS & HARDIN. h, FAIiL. GOOD a Clothing;. Furnishing Goods, Boots a - h: j. mbroberts. A Parlor Suite; A Folding Bed; Suite; A A Hall Tree; A A Sideboard; A Wardrobe; 1 W. W. WITHERS, f i it 'amnmr-mti- t. ' .- - yf-3i- p -- 'jj t ;' a i, : 1ifjtl"r,fa-tV,- y f.p5jw;t i ,- -- Si Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT " . ' BREAKING' THE to WISHBONE." OUR" YOUNG FOLKS. Ky. Midland R'y, Only Direct Line bttwctjs security lJtfht per cent. Inter eat. Call on J. II. I'AXl ON, Attorney, ttanfi-rce,hrst-.Ui- s II $1,500 WANTED. and UJSSffi r. DE. W. B. PENNY" "When Published Every Tuesday and Friday $3 PER SS-When YJCA-K- . IX ADVANOH will be charge &TG9. not .opaid S3.50 6 OR 8 FACrES. EVEBY ZETIE&IID.A.'X". When necessity. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. fc "smiO. :.. I -- I for you, but when sho looks ny and you look down sho can road every 0110 ot Trila nave. Rowland at 7:00 a. in., returning yonr thoughts. By tho way, thoro is l only one, only has been one, ouly cau, 5"l&H. LOCAL TIME CARD. be pue, thought passing through a mau's t37Pa mind when ho is breaking a wishbono Mftll trin going North.... w ,..t3Pu with a charming young widow possesSouth.. njiptn sion! Sho knows it as plainly as though Cxpieit trin " South... ..3J 93Sam - .......107pm writtou iudolibly upon your forohoad. Locl Freight NorfE......... noum.--- . That is her particular forto. And when Tho Utter trin also carry passengers. bouo and find yoursolf on standard time. Solar you break tho Th above it calculated possessed of tho Hhort end sho will look faster. tme it about 0 minutei up into your eyes with a look that will QUEEH & CRESCENT ROUTE. causo your poor back hair to crimp and pay, with that pitying touo of voico trains past Junction City ns Vestibule start. 6 a. m . liovcr so woll modulated as by a widow: p. m. Local 1:10 p. m. Florida Limited "I am so sorry yon lost!" Vestibule p. m. Flonda No matter what tho aftor result of a ro. Local 11:35 p. m. Limited good dinner may bring forth, yon canVestibule arrives S:4o p. m. not help but hio yourself away to soino quiet rosort obscuro from prying and meddling eyes and bury your disap- I Oh, the l)oat It U IIIcq n llttlo onnoe ' pointment in beer, books or blues. lioom for 0:10, lnit scarco for two. But when you break a wishbouo with 80 it leovrei tho Ftrana - By one iNuwetngor uinnnad a sweet young girl it is a very different thing. Sweet young girls' hearts wero On Its nightly voyago for Cnullo Ifcnd. mado to bo broken liko tho wishbono. And, donr mother, tho pilot, croon toft nnd low, You securo a deal of paradiso whilo her foot tho breaking bones with nsweot young girl, And withSteadily o'er bont doth row whereas yon get generally wormwood Tho nursery floor and gall wlien you break bonos with a Whcro no wnves beat nnd no winds roar. fair widow. Yon throw all your art Oh, Fweet is the tontf thfl pilot , in.to tho net of "breaking a bouo with a And lightly tUi onullu vewsel Mvlngs, vmitip Hrl. but when von break a bono Floatini; free and wjfdo On n inotric tido Absolutely with a fair widow yon throw your heart For tho IsIch whcro tho Mtrnmer fancies hido. BffrOffHffijj in against hor art, and sho beats you uino times out of ten. And this la th way to Cradle Land. Tho best placo to break n bono with Shadowy nails by Mf t rindii fmined cream of tarter baking powA Bnr tho nurtxiry ship corner of a 6nug in a fair On hur nilitly trip der. Highest of all in leavening sitting widow iswiththo room, tho lights turned Latest United States low. A man's heart ilro glows moro To tho warm green valley of Cnullo Land. strength. ' A aiccr Ktrotie. Government Food Report. vividly upon his cheoks then; also it is more fun for tho widow. Sho quito pro- - Tho inlkodo of J;xui vtuh a tall'and ittatcly ..-- tlio Wish nnil When to The I.lttle Canoo TImt Loads to Cradli Land. Win It. Cnullo Lnnd young widow who wants Thin Is tho way to on A chnrmliiff firelight shadows cither hand. to break n wishbouo with you i3 0:10 Softly o'or Sho I yon should beware. Tho nurwry floor of whom Lips tho twilight path to Cnullo Land. is very tantalizing, chic, olovor, and, oh, so awfully sorry you didn't got When, .tho dwindling day and tho dim night ' your wish! Tho young widow is a . 1 meet lis in tho' ducky mind render mid knows just what And tho lamps nro hIiwIows crvop, street, Wfoun tl your thought aro whilo yon nro holdAnd ther vrhlte stura poop. tho bone and looking down into hor It U tliao to start for tho chores of sleep. ing up into a eye. If you havo to look widow's oyos, tlioro may bo some liopo tote Dentist. South Sido Main St., in otllee ree-nvacated by Dr. L.ce 1". Hulfman, Slanfonl, Ky. OfTice rUIv JvllilN psrtr renting it. location Cincinnati and Franlcfort he cesired Iwill boardl.r.ersvillci line Mrs 69 It K llailej, Mcklnncy, Ky. Sal- Mytoro-liotiotTu- ShortestianJ quickest between Frankfort, Qcorgotown nnd Paris, CftHislo, Mnysvlllo, Oynthinnn. Falmouth and Covington.Trains Midland. Ask for tickets Tia 'Kentucky Tih-c Uli JXJiiiN J . &Son. S ze 45x90 f,et. LH T l- - tv IA llliTrn tifiK, I I I h occupied oy .irun ftlnm Unnm 1.. K. Apply to h P Stanford, Ky. PotMiion Jan r, Jones 1893. 11 J. B. HIGGINS, DfMer n. ....... 68 TbU A TRAINS EAST. Leave Kranklort Nov. No. 1. a. m. 7 -- 18, s84. No 4 p. in. 3. "J ae6 eo No. p. ni. 7- " ' ' r.i.nern Swilter j Suinfwe Duvall (bhiiuin.. ...--- GrsMUiL.; 18 -- 714 718 an 4 is 8 4 4 " ' ' GeorKetowii..-- U G. S. Derel 7 ?G 7 4s 4M 4 lid 4 li Newton................ Centrevillc.... Eltinbeth... C J suwIioh I 8 5 sa 2 16 Arrhe l'an - 8 S 5f Kv. At my (tote you will tad one ol 'ho finest slock, of Milllutry and Kmbrotdery Material ever 1 10 braught to SUnferd. lhaic paid cash for my good I and ell them for cash, so lew that )OU wilt le 1 00 farced to buy liom me. An examination will conAll cieJltorsof the film of Mrs 1. O. SaHgh-te- r SUA vince yau and you air invited to make it it fcHi, deinsr buslae. at Crab Orchard, Ky , MRS. A. A MeKlNNEY. are hereby notified to present, properly piovcn as 33 requiird by law, wlthm Oiree months Irom this 30 dale, their claim. Mgalnst said Oim to the W Main St. Louisville, 4f i.r.vf. , . a nw , 4, Ny, Assignee Mis. 1). G. Slautcr A' Son. 4CU MIm Moore will acrlvn Oetobei 1st, with every l Oct. jo, '94 thin,; that is new and nbby tn the way of 101I To Th.o Xiadies ! All Kinds Stanford, of Coe.1, i its 1TOTIOE5 A Tre:it For the, I.adics. .. s: J.Uue-Gra- s. Ves-Ubu- !.8 HIue-Gra- .t TKAINS WB!T. No. 1. No. 4. No.tn8 a.m. p. in. a. S4 Tuns Junction... Ltb C ff 45 Lve l'n tits 9 5 Arr KMMboih....-.- .6 19 Atr Ctntrevllle....-- o c -- 10 a 67 Arr Newtown 1018 AtrC. S. Derot 11 -64s ArrGeorjfutown 1035 BOO -- .10 4' Arr Johtinon . S 10 6 S7 47 Arr Duvall 819 Ground 1054 Arrbtamp'c Atr Switzcr .il 04 7J I.JC 90S -Arr Elkhotn " o N'o. 4 4 3" 5J T Please call and examino my stock hefara 'buy-tnMypiiccs shall bo the lowest. Thankinj; JJ 5$ you for past favors. mpcilully, KAIL IH'DUkKAR, Manager. JAMES YKAGF.R. $500,000.00 to c- Xiostn V 3 30 THOMA8YEAGKR Call en the nnderwgned at Rowlsndj Lincoln ciwntv, Ky , lor terms. We want to netrotlate loatts on first mnrtgage Mcutily en real estate, rtocLs, bona and commarelal paper. AR.nt lor thn Musourt Itrekcrage Co., it. Louis, Mo 6J-- 4 r ' M N KAitl.V. y.! Arr Summit..- .Arr FranVftrt...A A II u 7 it sj .V 716 7 33 9S IJ I C connects with K. C. Nots-N- connrcft counecti with Q. os. with L. A N. B, rirst-class YEAGEIt &YEAGER, "ilB AND WINS STAELE, Special Hates to Commercial Men. w, n jiyks. J. t Jomm, Mr.u. C. and L. 5. STANFORD, h.Y. II you need livery give u. a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable. See us lorratca. In our Sunuay. nd la. dally except See bundny trains below. 1,1,3.4. 7.8 Vit Let at 1'nnkfort ii: klott SUNDAY TRAINS. Georseiown io:jj A. M.; arrive A. M.- HARNESS SHOP Saddle, Ac, Have your repairing done by our man he understands his business, Wc have a mechanic in our You will nnd a good assortment of Harness, Ilrl-dle- ftin-s- Georgetown 3 15 I. M. The Kentucky Midland RalwTnd connections lonn the shortest and cheapest route to all points !oulh, KMt, .Nortb and est. their For further information niiply to I'asa. agent". Atitut. C. I). BI.UCAW. Gen HARI'KK, Gen Supl CKO.il aus I. MI "ie t s, All tools painted with Dean's Illack Diamond Paint guaranteed for years Dealers In best cistern Pumps and Galvaniied Iron Kilters, c?lm Sole prepnetors Dean's Illack DIattond llool Paint. Kstlmaira furniined (or painting Wood, Metal and lion Kcofa Saiisfoctten GuaranteeU. Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. BLACKSMITH SHOP. work and satisfactory Will guaranteonrst-cla.price. Tit our horse sheer. Agents for Drering Machines, the lightest draft ' machine on mrtb. 7 s THE London, 1 RILEY - - HOUSE Kontucky, F. U. HlLEY.n'rqprlotor, have moved la my new Hotel and am UttUr the public, iood I.ivcry attached and every convenience Give me a call. KRANK KIUtY. -- Pure TO THB CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. The New jiepartd than ever to accomtnodat Tho Myers House, :l.tW, GHEKN, Proprietor. i, ROYALBAKING)POWDER CO., 106 Wall Street. New York. Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., Mill, Stanford, : : : Kentucky. D. S. At the n CABPENTER, old stand ol J, II. Green lo fHo walked about k4 Rorden, and ho wnved a SURGEON DENTIST. Office over MeRobert. Drug Store in thB new Owsley Building. !, Rxp A. S. PRICE, Stanford; Iiaper fisn. Tho lord high executioner did march a stop Is now In lull operation, and invilea the attentlen behind. ot the butWers or Lincoln county to its material, And, oh, n sharper sword than lita you'd vory superioi workmamhlp and low prices. Note rarely find. n I am still running this Hotel .ad will continue te ifive my (tests th paltKSt Itten as well as the belt the matket arTutds. HustonvIMo, - - Kontuo Has just received a beautiful line of ccial Attention to tho Traveling Public. first-class ,For a. Rofre3hingi:Batli,::Hot A ttylhh or Cold, Htr Trimjor Clean Shave, go to Oook & ;Fftrmor's Barber Shop. John B. Castleman. A. G. Lanhsm ROYAL asurance Oompany OF ULYERPOOIL. BABBEE&OASTLEMAN MANAGERS, Oommorce Building, Louisville Agcntt throughout the South. IT. A. TBIBBLB, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. "I AM SO SOnitY YOU LOST." fcrs cantestuess of purposo and is over ready for a tilt of hearts against arts. You might win a prizo in tho lottery of lifo if you would break a bono with n fair young girl with yonr heart as fixed upon tho ouo purposo possession as it was with tho widow. Did you over break a bono with a staid old aunt whoso fortuno yon hoped to possess? If you lose your wish, your fortuno is mado, for sho'll put you down as a real nico nephow without sordid fancies, but if you win sho'll pierco you with a look and say: 'I expected you wanted mo to hurry up and die." Always mako it n point to loso your wisli when breaking a bono with an aunt who has a fortune. When a colored gentleman breaks Iho wishbono of a turkey, ho always throws tho shorter end over his loft shoulder. That means that ho wishes nest year's hen and turkey roosts will not bo locked nor guarded by a bulldog. My wifo brokoa bono with mo last Sho won hor wish, but Thanksgiving. has not got it. I haven't been vory wit- tv tins goason: lioiico havo not written . tho way to that sealskin sack. IL S. Ivollor. 1 turnout come to ra Call and see his stork and rst his price, which When you want a There woro twenty little pages who waited oa aie lower than anybody.. II jou want a nic set tho queen yellnw pine floorinc at of harness, a whiter aduslcr Perfectly clear paplaror X.IVJSKY hundred. Hinder 1 oine lot sale. And fed tho royl mmy onU nnd kept them a pel hundred. Aslowaa Ji3 rather boarding ill co mid okmn. Perfectly der yellow pop' Prices to suit the hsrd times. Call or leave oidei a Ji.sji per hundred They toohod the iltirlinR orter9 whan they i.5oper hundied. A low Collins; at the Myers House Ortcc MOUSE AlipaUerns and thlcknesws ot a law as In yellow thought 110 oMe eould hear. gi per paplar, chestnut and ash, Oh, tho howling nnd the yowling as tho emas la aa U per hundiei. ItoubU dressed Umber peror drew near I lumWr. hundml. UautifulellowplneftfilsMBB us roaney by kW"K jeur "Lo, there, nlr executioner, yon soems a enso quarter oak, Ac. Sae you. PLANING MILL. for P. W. GREEN, LANCASTUk Lancaster, K.y .Whip out that Rword bthlne nnd soo if it cuta 7, 6m We havo a Large Lice ol Hhari and truo. Come, chop mo off nomo dozen heads no mat-to- r, Thl.stabt., which Is ran n connection with th. Myers House, has been supplied with cata or bojTl" I LocusC Fencing Posts, They all deserro to die tho doath for making Plank Fenco, fcuch a noiso," A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, Granger Stakes, is in the cMie buyMiss Jarboe. Acravi tho etrn ofllolal'd faco n gontlo emlle ing my Kali and Winter Stock, and 1 will not make did creop. niMmcr's Supplies and Is better than cv.i her Shingles Ss Lumber Mil fall trip. Itoth Mist jarboeand Ho ralsoil hi glittering weapon up and gave my .supply the public with picpatci will arrive next week and you aio cordially J n mighty sweep. to call. IUQS OF ALL K1NDB. ono fell stroke! WeU done, invited Fin8T-GIA8- 8 "Why, six of each lit MISS L1CCIE IIEAZLKV, thou cle-- or man I bUnford.KT. Personal and ptompUattenllon glvento Weddi ngl And at Very Low r'ljuiet. Lo, when I die, 'tis thou shouldst be mikado of Part... and Hurl.!.. Jnpanl" P. W. ORKKN. KING & PKEWITT, SOME OF OUR PRICES: Surreys, Phaoton3, Buggies, &o. Furniture and Stoves. fJ STABLE. MYERS A t tentionFamersI X.X1TSH V STABX.X Prop. wll-knw- "''"tIIE TO TEE LADIES rt pur-chas- es AN ABUNDANT SUPPLY Moreland, Ky Proprietor. Big : Four : Route, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. KY. HEST LINE TO AND FROM y sxc pnooTcn a g (1 994XoPURE bON'T ACCEPT iniTATIOMS. OAKiotx co atrru Stanford Female College, J. BL HUBBARD, A. M President. San Francisco. Portland A World's Fair Record. OHIOA.GO -- VIA .- ..-- -- pwicuisviue ; ,t. MrwtSAwraCHiCAboRt '. , PABLOR CARS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE Itel!ectlon. Tho kind word, costing tho giver but little, may mako glad a lifetime. A word may bo an illuminated thought and becomo tho most treasured of keoptiakos. Somo thoro aro whoso kindnoss is so delicately rondorcd as to mako it beyond description. That creed that is lived out in freoly caring for .others and doing kiuu ueous is not to bo doubted. t Tho heart has a laugnago that records deeds as woll us words, according to ita own interpretation. Tho Joy of It. I" almost gono, And pesses reiunn overhead, And mother's joy her own uweot trundled off to tad. Tliank&elvliiK I Next Session Bejjlns Tuesday. Sep. 4, 1894. Music and Art. Full corps of Censevtory and Normal teachers. St.pcrio' course, in Literature, Hoarding Department. Catnloguea and circulars lurnlshed on application. Excellent , U TTUWY uun it AGENT,jKVIAAA, STANFOBD, BSrSTTANCE . V WT ETA FOR EM, AndT 'IIN'ADO. Temporary office at D. W. Vandeveer's .lore. im Call for iCCIDEMl Solid Vestjbulrd Trains, with llultet Pailar Cars, Elegant Coaches, Uinirir Cars, Wagner Attention of the pubtic is invited to the f.c Sleeping Cars and Istcst improved P'ivaU Com that this is the only National Hank in Stanford paitineni nuiin steeping Lin, rePKuigttniiy mi. Under tho provisions, of the Natlanal Rank Act by the nihd with toilet accessories in each compart' depositor, are secured uot ouly liability capital lor an ment. stock, bulb tho stockholders .mount equal to the stock, so that depositor, ol by a fund of 400,000. thi. Institution arc secuied rive .worn statement, of IbeconditMn of the back are made each ycarto tba United States governwith lluffet Parlor Cars, ment and it. assets art eaamlned at stated tune, Solid Vestibulcd Trains Coac)if.and Ilinini; Cars and Wagner Jluffet by government ager.u, tbrs securing eddititona Kleeping'C-r- s. sniTpetfect safety to depositor.. Thii insUtulion. originally established as lb Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1838, then tied aa the Nauunat Hank ol Stanford in if63 and the 1'irst National Dank ot again The only Throueh Sleeping Car line Irom Stanford In 1M1, haa had piaclicalif an uninterFJegant Wagor SI. eplug Car.. rupted mistenceof 3s years. It is better suppllid now with t.cllitie.furttans.ctingbusines. prompt ly and liberally than ever before in Its long and benorable cateer. Accowat. of corporaUens, fiduciaries, btins aud Individuals respectfully s dieLimited" Solid. Veslitwltd ted. Tho "Southwestern Trains, with Columbian Library. Iluffel and Sm(i The Directory ol tbis Hank is composed ot king Cars, Wagner Sleipintf Cars, Klcgant CoachcouUy ; landing pawngtrs in New I'orestus Reid, Lincoln es and IlinlfK Cars, S. T. Harris, Lincoln; York City at 4id Stieet Uepat. Positively G, A. Lackey, Lincoln; No J. W. Haydoo.StanUrdi S.H. llaughman, Lincoln; Po sure jour ticket read via "Hir 1'our.V J.ti.llocker Stanfaid; I) II. MARTIN, E. O, McCOItMACK. W. A. TilbWe, Stanlordj Paia. Trallic Mangr. Gen. Pass and I'kt. Agt. M. D. El mute, Stanford; Cincinnati, O. ' T. P. IUH.Stanford.r': K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J. Miller, ML Vernon' J ""S. Hocler, President; John J, McKoberte, Cashier; A. A. McKiFHr.rAssistant Ci1.Im AfaD CHICAGO. Capitol Stock ...o Surplus S200,000 21,300 1" sbl.: ST. 3LOTJIS. BOSTOlsT. aa ITEW YOEK. Ferry Transfer. NORFOLK RAILROAD. wisco.wsiw. ly boy- -Is RUNNING - DINING - CARS. ,J WRITE' TO K. H. BACON, D. P. A.. F. J UEKD G. P. A Chicago, 111 Louisville, Ky. St. Paul. ..IK YOU ARE GOING Denver. . Yet what are thoso unearthly Bounds Tliat pierco tho midnight air? And what's that throbbing nolso wo hear Ootno running down tho Btalrf It is our llttlo household pot, Wlio tosses upon high And wages im unwiual tight With turkey and mlnco pio. DRUG STORE! w Hst.rair.Tft,y f !iaiU.U?vV 'fflis.tjip Putty And Taints, Ml &4aa Ct.V 1W fCTI TEMAS,- NORTH-WEST, Farmers Rgnk&Trnst Co Is norr Paid-u- Or STANFORD, KV., fullyorg.nired and tcody for business wits p TICKETS M&ms: OHIO, IHPlflMA, 1LLIM018, W1SSOURI, KAWSAS. COLORADO, L4EBITAS;t ARSCAnS AS. CALIFORNIA. !SS WEST, S0UTH-WES1 Capital of . $200,000. L Surplus, 000. l'liitosnjililcal. IDMTQS XSF ,.THE., Prescriptions Carefully Compounded, AMP 8 BOdDMgJ "sa Opp. Court House. 'ajm 1 Tv k LOUItVILLC . tFH m "F I 1 ri VAfo'LN r t ir-' b 1 W. B. McROBERTS, -- MUGaRUPLEY,-' wfr-- r 7f. f Zi t z r FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THEDEST 'ULLMftN NASHVILlt as R. R. ROUTE TO THE SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, Now closing up) with the stmt atietaand undei tho tame management. Ily provisions of Its chatter, depositor, are a. fully protected r.s aio depositor, in National Hanks, ita shareholder, being held individually ll.olc to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at tho par value thereol, In addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may acta, executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, a. fully M in individual. To those who entrusted their bul.ioe.s to ui while mnaglou the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust Uicy win continue tu transact tnelr bu.inca. with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to aame, our tw.uy year.' experience la banking and as liberal accommodations as arc with sound banking. con-siste- ut It the hoe for you, " itt Daily Double close connectionTrains at Make LOUISVILLE And OINOINHATI "W NORTH AND EAST. VESTIBULCD COACHES, SIEEPINO AND OIHIHC CARt SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE dikictors: J J. Willluni.Mt. Vernon; . II. Shanks ..titanfoid; J. ' v- -, J.S, 0.ley, Stanford; S.J. Kmbry, Stanford; U. Owsley, Stanlord; Through tickets sold. CHECKED For mil points. MRFOLKWESTERN RA1LR0AI Wifo (gazing at tlio baby) Think, darling, how much wo havo to bo thank- FALL-:-AN- D ful for this Thanksgiving. IIuHband Tiiafs bo. It might havo Goods Warranted been twins. . la Rocoiving His -:- - CHEAPEST, BEST N0 QUICKEST LINE. Time-TftUe- s, , THROUGH For any Information eaqulre cf JOES. IIICE. Agent, Stanford, 0rW. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Past. Agent, Ky Junction City, Ky "WINTER : GOODS. call. Writo Itnte. 'ninphleu, to any Etntion Agcut, or to for Mntw, Dcscriptl and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed: Give me cn'll'iC'rAt. HUA0KK,VA. W. BOCVILU AILCN lilt. lOUl!lb,0. P.w.ir igt. HUUt, M. T. BRSQO. TrawlUf Paw. As) 0AUk,YA. " K, Ca.i., Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W.JCarpcnter.MllledgevilU, K W. 11. Curauitui, Preacher.vill , S. II. Shank., President, Dr. J.'U. Owsley, Cashier, W,M. Urlght, Teller. 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