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Tho Origin oFThnnksQlving. l Tiic custom of Thanksgiving is reputed to bo of groat antiquity, having been borrowed aa some declare from tliu Mo bnjc law. This, however, Is doubtful, notwithstanding that Hebrowo were accustomed to colcbrnta h plenteous har-ve- at by public festivals and acknowledgments. The custom of celebrating na tlonal nnd local festivals became estabo lished at tliu earliest periods. Tho of Leydon wna mad) tliu occasion for pralao services, and tho discovery of the Guy Fawkes plot was ol nerved by I Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1894. , vcr- - i NO. 77 TO-NBGH- T, Thanksgiving all the Year. Onco a year there eomci a day In the chill November weather. When from near and far away , Ixvlng kindred meet together. P. i n3 I Aw 11 I t'J - lV YtS- -J i 6CYA h O M Itound the otd hearthstone they meet, Young and old, In union tender, To renew their greetings iiveet And their mutual love to render. 'fl Thanks are given that once again They whom distance separated, Willi thelt hearts all lrvo from pain, Gather there with hearts elated. ,'et through i ;' $ i Sermon by a Nonogcnarian of our Lord Jihuh Christ that you all Tho Gospel is the po a er of Uod initu spo.ik the same thing, and tlmt there bo salvation to every .one that bolievelh. no divisions among you; but that you Romans, 1:10. Wo Mr said to bo saved bo vrfoctly joined together iu tho snmo by the Gospel. 1st Corinthians, b:2. mind and same judgment " Cor. ll'th The law of tho Lord is perfect, oouvurt , verse. "No- - this I say that every ouo tng tl(H boul. Psalms, 17.7. All scrip-- i of j on rulth I nin of Paul nnd I of A pot r is given by inspiration of God and lio; nnd I of Oiphus nnd I of Christ." ii profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for Is Uhrist divided? Was Paul crucified correction, for instruction in righteous for you, or were you hnptizud in the n.s; that tho nun of God may bo per- nniue of Paul ? Sue also 3:3. "For you Huston ville, Ky. fect, thoroughly furnished unto nil good are yet carnal; for whereas there is ROYLAUD. works. J!ud Timothy, 10:17, also 'Jnd To ' among you envy lug and strife nnd divisi Don't forget the box supper, nt tho tor. According as Ills divino potter has ions, are you not carnal und walk as school-housThanksgiving night. COUNTY. WILUAMSBURWHITLEY given us all things that pertain to life men?" Seo Ivoinans 10:17. "Now I Judge Cordier has rented hia house mark them , Dr. P. A. Pennington spent Sunday nnd godliness through tho knowledge of beseech you, brethren, now is to William IIlui that baa called us to glory ami vir- which cause divisions nnd ofienscs con- where tho LoulHville. in tue; whereby are given unto us exceed- trary to tho doctrine you have learned James, where ho will open n house to Mr. K. K. Melaon is in tho city puring great und precious pro.niieg: that by nnd avoid them. For thoy that are such sell spirituous liquors by tho quart. 9 chasing a stock of holiday goods. Judge T. L. Shelton is preparing to these wo might bo made partakers of tbo serve not our Lord Jesua Christ, but There was a negro minstrel troupe e move his saloon and put the hero last week and gave two entertain divine nature. When tho Apostles had tneir own belly, and by good works aud in the siloon room, on his own premises, received tho Holy Spirit they had tbo! frtir speeches dyceivo tho hearts of tho ments. which will make It moro convenient for Tho public school of District No. 1 power to remit sins. Tho Savior had simple." See also Collossinns 2:S. said "I am going to lea vo yon, I will si ml re lest any m.tn spoil you through tho majority of the patrons of tho ofllce. Has the most complete stock of General Merchandise in the East will give an entertainment Thursday Miss Agnes Anderson, of HowardE- you nnother comforter." According to philosophy nd vain deceit after the traEnd of the county and at unprecedented low prices. Full line of Sta- uvening. town, is visiting Mrs Lena Carter. Mr promise, after Ho wns crowned He sent dition of men, after the rudiments of tho pic Your correspondent spent last week , tho spirit. They had tho Gospel In their world, and not after Christ." John 17, J. P. Aldridge nnd daughter, of Mitch0s-burgn in Madison county nnd that ia the visited Mrs. M. L. Ware last week bo Jit s. See 2nd Corriuthisns, 1.1. "Neither pray I for these alone, no letter appeared. "Therefore seeing wo hnvo this minis- but for them that also shall believe on nod she returned with them to spend a Rev. J. N. Prestrldgo preached nt few dnys. Mr. J. W. Anderson, of LebCorbiu Sunday. Tho lUptista will or- try." 7th verse. Hut wo hnve this mo through their word, that tbey all anon Junction, was in Rowland Sunday. trensuro in earthen vessels, tho Gospel, may bo one as thou, Father, nrt in mo ganize n church there soon. Mrs. Uryant, of Illinois, has been visi Clothing,, Men's, Youth's and .Children's, of Lnuroncoburg, hence they had the power to remit sins. nnd I in Thee, that thoy also; may bo Misd Mnry Rout, Wo have been thus particular to show one in iu, that the world may believe ting her sister, Mrs. Moutray. Mr. John who has been visiting here for some Payne lias moved to Roston, Ky Mie3 the Gospel had first to be preached to thul Thou bust sent me." months, has returned home. M mil Mooru has benn quite ill, but is tho Jews; on Pentecost tho promise was We think we have produced enough Mr. Thomas Higginbotham, of this improving. place and Miss Herthn Uonnell, of Obor-ll- fulfilled. Some six or eight years after Bible to prove it it the power of God Tho ongioul intention aud observOhio, will bo married ut tho bride's it had been preachtd to tho Jews, Teter nud enough to prove divisions are wick- ance of Thanksgiying were diilorent Mothers, if you want the best all wool suit of clothes at 2 ever offerwas culled by Cornelius to tell blm ed; that any porson or persons that will ed for boys from 5 to 14 years old, do not fail to sec them. Boots homo Dec. -- . words by which ho could be stved. It introduce into Christ's church anythiugl from tho presont. It existed ns early ns Mrs. IIIizA Wain, wife of Dr. W. M. A well selected stock always on hand. Our 110:50, nud, in 17S9, Washington set apart and Shoes a specialty. required a miracle to convince Peter that not taught iu the Biblo is wicked. Wain, deed., is lying nt tho point of Shoes can not be excelled. Nothing better tho day of" the adoption of tho Federal $1.50 and $2 Dongola hud nny share or promito in J. It Wauugn. 1 he very death with pneumonia ut this writu g t'io Gentiloi constitution as n day jo give thanks, but than our ladies and children s oil grained Dongola bhoes. Gospel, Wlien convinced of that nnd her physicians think her condi- the custom ban gone into disuse; and it Shoe for winter. A nice line of the Forwood Shoe Mfg. Co. 's Boot's Tho Spuria, Mo., Herald nun this about that fact ho commanded him to bo baptized. tion hopeless. fa now set npart to givo thanks for har- and Shoes on hand. Nothing better made and at reasonable prices. The riches of God's grace wns now ful- n former citicn of Lincoln: R. V. I'ur-doMr. John lllnin, of Lincoln, is herd vest nnd al temporal blessings. It should Call and see our stock before making your fall and winter purchases. the geutleuHnly defeated democrat Mrs. Klin lilaiu. filled when all the "families of tliu crth to see bis bo properly observed, for we aro not as It will cost you nothing to look and we take pleasure in showing our weiu to bo blefeMd." The Jews and Gen- for Hwessor should feel proud. He made tlinukful Mr. J. W. Sullivan was in tho city last ni wo should be. The custom goods. race of an; democrat 011 tho tick tiles had long been nt enmit); hence so the best week. M. L. Moore will open h new et. Tlieru is not a man iu Christian of hunting and meeting forthe purpose W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. much writing in the Kpistles to reconcile Respectfully, store- in n few dajs. county wo would rather heo honored of enaag'ng in levity or the excessive In one body, that is Jews and them Uist Saturday night Mrs. James than Bob, for lie is tip top man in ev gratification of tur appetites is not in u Moot nn attorney at Corbin, Sparks, Wo have nil that ia necessary to con- ery respect, Ilia vorst tiabit id voting the keeping witii tho intention for which tho nttunipto.il suicido by taking rough on vert persona in tMe Rible. Wo do not democratic ticket. Wo hope he will diy is set apart. Many of our best men all over the ruts. Timely neaistnnco was reiidored need any addition! power. When wo some day seo the error of hid way tiid country are in favor of amending th" nnd by tbo aid of a stomach pump alio pray for additional power wo distrust tho joiuthoG.O P. was saved from the end eho she ho earn teachings of the Hiblo. To bo more ciustitution with referenco to thn secret ll,o stock of wines, spirits, etc., laid ballot law or of enacting a general regisestly sought. It is thought that family pointed wo siy tbo Holy Spirit uses the trouble was thn cause of tho rash net. Apostles ns the means to communicate iu for the trip to Kugiaud uud baclc on tration law. If something of the kind is the Gospel. Wo have all that Is neces- ouo of the lurgestVtlantic liners is 2,500 not done tho 'politics of tho country is Our House Wisconsin Central Linos. sary In tho Biblo to save, both saint and bottles of wines aud spirits, ",000 bottles ruined. Tho lines which once existed Through Hue from Chicago to St. Paul sinner iu obedience. I ricly nny person of ale nud porter and 0,000 nettles of are totally nnd irrevocably obliterated by nnd Minneapolis, making close connec- to toll us any thing men who pretend to bo party men, going that is nny better. mineral waters. tion (no transfer) with lines running to Wo nil can learn all that'is taught to give All men nro fools; to escape seeing bohind tbo 'curtain nnd voting against all points iu Minnesota, North ami South uh an entrance into tho everlasting pne, one would be compelled to shut their avowed principles on account of Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Cali- Kingdom, by obedience to what is niuisolf in hia room uud break his mir- somo personal prejudice, when they November 29, 1S94, so lay in your fornia, and Pacific Coast points. The di- contained therein. would not do so with an open ballot for ror. Do Sado. rect lino to all points in Kastorn, Middle, Tho skin of n rattlesnake exhibited fenr of public censure. No man should In n former articlo I promised to show Northern and Western Wisconsin, Ash when tho promiao mndu to Abraham at Jollersou, Ga., is 70 inches iu length wunt to hide his voto nny more than he land, Duluth nnd ull Lako Superior whs fulfilled. Said promise was made, aud lias til rattles attached. should seek to conceal any other public m points. Double dtily through train ser- Bomo 2,000 years before it was fulfilled. act, tho right of which is guaranteed by Henry Wuson, the poitmuster at Welshton, KU , equipment. For full I vice with Bhowed I thought that many events sars he cnrcil a itite ol Uurruoea of louf sUutling the laws of his country. We are not perGroceries, Heatings Stoves, Cook Stoves, &c, in duetime. particulars address nny tickot agent in which wo deemed necessary should In six noun, with one small botllo ot Chamber mitted to convey oin itpuit in be ere t. Iain's Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Kcnwdy. tbo United Stntes'or J. 0. Pond, goueral transpire during that time. I tried to What a plcuiiiit surpn.e ilut mute nave been 10 Tho conveyance must be of record; uud the suilo.tr. buch euros are not unusual with this passenger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. show Christ had to bo made King of teinceJy. In uianr m.Unccs only one or two dos- so should nil other public acts. Tho law can Kings nnd Lord of Lords. That when es arc cqutred to yiM) permanent relief. It with lis a reflection ou the honor of n free citi Iluciiln'aArnlcft Salvo. always bo depended upvn. Wlion reduced zen. There Is a growing feeling for popTbo belt salve la the world lot cuts, btuiseis Ho gave His apostles tho Holy Spirit, Hater it is pleasant to take. oyDr.b. O. tloexer, druggist, Stan- ular journals, like yours, to advocate tho icrei. ulcers, "It rbpum, fever sores, tetter, Chp- - salvation bo far was completed for past ford. v...,. pednanas, eniiiiin of oloni. It positmily cut pilti, or no. pay requir sins. Ho said to nia apostles, "Go preach election of a Legislature, three-fifth- s 3d. It l guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction cituen of McW A, McGulre, a which will bo in favor of submitting tho tho Gospel to every creature. Ho that Kay, O , is ot the opinion that there is nothing as ".im " tr oney reiunaeu. int or cruuji For al by A. K. Fenny, swumra, ivy. beliovoth und is baptized shall bo h liv- good lur children troubled with coldslias usud it ss question to tho people as provided iu tho is OiamberUlu's Uuth Komedy. lie -- t Several counties ed." See Alar, 15:10 his Uiutly fur several years with tho best result presout coustitutlou. v ...i- - in ttinmtde or cheit there U Dot inir un a.wsrs keps bottle of it in the house. AN are willing to nominate candidates on with Cham, Wo uow propose u few thoughts on ocoodaaalileccorilauuelfianipenej ter Iiavin'i; la K"PPe he was hi nself troubled with the seat of Many good uiou will not go erlam'i fain Hln and boiind on u stvere cough, lie usej other remedies witnout that issue. of divisions in the ' allorda prompt ana permaueni nuivi una tbo terrible sin ualn It benefit aud then concluded to try the childreu's to the polls ou Dccount of that odious, from cold religious world. If divisions are medicine and to hisueligbtlt soon ellectcd a per- secret ballot lasv. Our boasted freedom K uud in tlmo will often Prevent a trcstruent U a in nneumoola. ITUl lane manent euro. us nnd our institutions aro back. lure cure lor UumS. O. Hockor, druRjist, Stan- not sinful, uovetousueas is not. 1st Cor. at und 50 cent bottles for silo by Mr. S. G. is taken from office t D. W. VamUvecr't itore. And TOKN ADO. Teuipo-arFor tale by Dr. thrcuteued with destruction. 1:10. "Now 1 beseech you by tho name. Mucker, drusslst, Stanford. thanksgiving services lu Knglaud up to within a comparatively recent period. Some are inclined to tho belief that tliu custom in the United States was import od into thin country from Hollatnl, where festival ia nn au- tho "Harvest-Home- " uunl feature. However this may be, tho origin of Thanksgiving day iu the United States ia due to tho early settlers of New Kngland. Throughout tho colonial days in that auction, they were of annual occurrence, nnd during tho Revolutionary War Congress repeatedly recommended tho sitting apart of n day to be devoted exclusively to thanksgiving aud prayer. At tho close of tho war, upon tho adoption of tho constitution nnd at other period in the early history of tho nation, national thanksgiving) were recommended and celebrated. A noticeable feature in this connection, is tho fact thnt Thurs day, the day always selected by the New Kngland governors, has been adopt universally throughout the United Statin as "Thanksgiving day," From Now Kngland tho custom gradually extended into tho'Middlo States, tho Western States, and tin ally into tho Southern States. Prior to tho Civil War the proclamations of Thanksgiving were Issued by the governors of tho several Suites. During that period the national executive appointed days of thanksgiving, as also of fatting nnd prayer, and tho precedent thus established has been adopted by succeeding administrations sinco tho close of hostilities. Thanksgiving day ia now celebrated by union services among the Protestant churches, nnd since liS3 bv reciting prayers for the Statu nnd Nation in those of tho Roman Catholic faith. In tho homes of citizens, withoth respect to religion, faith or church Ul'latloij, it is made a day of nutriment and feasting, at which families long separated are and ceremonies of n socUl character pro vnll. -d, all the changing yrar. AVefor giving thanks have reason For the bleralngs that appear, That we find in every season. U. S. Senator from Georgia, Will deliver his soul stirring lecture on The Thanks for shelter from the strrm, Thanks because no illscondralid us, Thanks for hearts that e'er are warm, ffi LAST DAYS OF, THE CONFEDERACY, AT I A .(& titt 111 n t Mr -- JM&&i faunmfir 1 hanks tor loving irlends around us. 1 hanks for health that day Ly day With fresh pleasure comes attended, Thanks for sorrow passed rway, Thanks lor troubles that are ended. bo, for blessings we receive, Slaking our lives worth the living, Every day of joy we live Should bo to us a thanksgiving, Walton's Opera House, Stanford, Thanksgiving Evening. Admission 50 and 75 cents. Seats reserved at W. B. McRoberts', or by addressing W. P. Walton. 'I if ft wS- - idWNF JMsh-'c,?ta. W LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. x v- t&2. f- - i KSir --- m.. ..iyxsju yr- " . - , r i, -- 11 ayj; it . A Of . r,i j .sr.V' , , " Several Lancaster parties will attend tho Gordon lecture ut Stanford Thursday evening. License was issued this week to Hollls Ranwkll to marry Miss Sarah J. Dickerson, both of Lower Garrard. A" adjourned meoting of tho Garrard county court wai held Tuesday, at which time suitable resolutions wore passed na to tbo elllciency, &c , of tho Will open his Immense Stock of outgoing county officers. While in the Bald Hill neighborhood n tho first of tho week, Mr. Marshall shot nnd wounded un eaglo. The bird measures nix feet six inches from ft tip to tip aud is a beauty. He is a young one and his wound has about healed up. Mr. Krtson hns him in his chicken coop Onand will raieo him. Tho Garrard county court at its ses sion ou Tuesday made au allowance' to Hon. John Sain Owsley, Jr., to supple nient his salary as Commonwealth's at- This Stock has been selected with great care and any and everything torney, tho courts of Lincoln, Boylo and from a cheap Toy to a most Elegant Present can be found. Mercer having done tho same thing. This act meets the approbation of the btr at this place as well as the people generally, and shown that the services of They will be sold Astonishingly Low. s i faithful and able n public servant are F. li. TWIDWELL. not without their reward F.B.Twidwell KTJSTOlTVIIal,, KIT., Dealer In Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Groceries, Silverware, &c. Ea-so- Holiday -- Good s & Choice. OECEitlBER 1. 1894, First Pick Come Early and Get I e, post-olii- ce W. E. Perkins post-oilic- ''Bow-a- red-eo- 21. Dry Goods, Dress Goods, I n, At the New Tariff Prices. 4 sister-in-lu- " - Geu-tile- n. 11 Tlianksgivm & WILL BE I LOSED I m BlaekCake Ingredients, HIGGINS & McKINNEY. I1T3TJS.A1TCB AGBITT, STAHFOBD, y first-cla- ss . ..... or -- welt-know- n j JOHN H. KIRBY, ed FOR FIRE, LIFE, ECCWEM1 ford. ,,. jtvflifoiwy.iBMwrfM .. M .". ..jtjW. &'ti.. """jwpw " M h l w Is f. Old Mr. A. Robbins had bla grandA count of tho survivers Bhows that members of tho 53J Congress havo son, Win. Haggard, arrested, charging him vtitn a breaqh of tho peace, and he Addickn from public Iifo and destroy his been elected to the 54th. Chicago police stopped a game of had his trial peforo Squire Tate, Tuee his State in tho U. ambition Stanford Ky., Novemuek 29, 1894 S. Sonato.to representrecent election ho fool ball between school teams becauso day. Hon. G. W. McClure represented At the tho Commonwealth and O. O. Williams is credited with carrying Dolawaro for tho slugging became vicious. It is possible that an attompt may was for the defendant, but tho jury was the republicans and for this achievement W. P. WALTON. Wc want to impress on the minds of customers our appreciation of he expected to be sent to tho houso of be made before tho Tennessee Legisla- of tho opinion that young Mr. Haggard nimbl6 12 Jward is some ture to contest tho olectlon of H.Clay ought to pay $5, although ho bad dono their support and encouragement towards our success in a substantial Lords. But the Whilr wo are told to "glvo thanka al- what of a Don Juan ami will likely find Evans as Governor. It is contended, on no damage. way to them by giving the most liberal money's worth they ever had Ms. J. T. Brown, of Walnut Grove, ways or all things unto God and the as did Parnoll, Brcckinridgo and others the other hand, that tho law makes no in their lives. Low prices with us arc the rule. Every day proves Father in the name of our Lord Jesus that that is a dangerous gamo to play. provision for such a contest, cimo down Monday to assist J. 11, Jar A new and dangerouscounterfeithas nett in putting his still iu operation. Ko the wisdom of this plan which wc adopted when wc began business, Christ," this day has been especially eet His wife has brought suit for divorce. apart for rendering thanks to the Giver naming a very stylish widow as made its appearance. It is a f'2 Bilver we will have plenty of mountain dew and which is now so fully understood by the public whose for all the good gifts that Jle has vouch Mr. Addick claims that it is certificate, with tho portrait of William soon and it will be much more convensifed to us as a nation, as n community the work of political enemies to ruin Wiudom and the signature ot'W. S. Rob. ient for some of our citizens who have a fJf"' M.' T jr wumt V and as citizens. It is a beautiful cus him, but they all do that. All of them ccrans, Register of tho Treasury, and W. been patronizing tho express company WJ that of devoting one day of the 36o are as innocent as new born babes if you 11. Nebecker, Treasurer of tho United pretty liberally of late. Mr. Thoinaa torn, for public acknowledgments of our man-- , lot them tell it. State?, series of 1SS1, and tho plate B It. Austin cauio over to seo that everything Hold blessings and it is meet that wo Tho workmanship is fine and tho bill was in its proper plnco. Wc enjoy to the fullest extent. We arc determined to establish for The Ohio woman, who directed before will pass almost anywhere. The only should observe- it in spirit and in truth, louiiir Mr. O cur Clarke, who has ourselves a name which shall be synonymous for good quality, a N. 0., for the lM not only by a lip service of thanks hut her demiso that somo one bo left at homo weak feature of the bill is tho fibers com- been living in by showing forth our gratitude in deeds during her funeral services to keep tho posing the paper. fw yeare, surprised hm fnthor, Dr. J. M. guarantee of fair and square dealing, a surety of Lowest prices. Clarke, who Uvea in this town, very of love and mercy and charity to thoso servants from stealing everything, fully MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. much a few days ago. He had written who have lees cause for thanks than wo. dtminstraUd that tho ruling pasaiou is his father that Vie was coming homo on a Financially this has been a very dark strong in death. A bank building will bo the next. year huu politically me uemuurma ui No Thanksgiving services will bo visit and tho doctor ws anxiously lookNEWSY NOTES. ing and waiting for tho arrival ot his at random from the various departments, hundreds ot others all over least hayo nothing much to bo thankful held in Mt. Vernon. son, but when ho landed the doctor the big store arc waiting to be gathered in. About $2S,000,000 in gold .poured infor except perhaps that they are alive, The band boys aro doing some lively found out that ho had a daughter but what boots it to a majority of tho to the Federal Treasury yesterday. rehearsing for their entertainment. citizens who is in power and who holds It is now stated that fully 10,000 McKenzie k Baker will build a two Dr. Robert I Davison, of Sunford, tho oflices so long as they are held by Amenians were mnssacreed by tho cruel story brick business houBO on Main has been with us for a few days practic Btreet. honorable men? They get none of the Turks. Miss Lena McOiure took part in the ing hie profession. Mn Luther Jarnott loaves and fishes of office and are only J. W. Shelton has been appointed interested in good government, and postmaster at Pleasant Hill, Mercer musical given by Mrs. Catching's music has moved to tho Woodal! property on beautifully embroidered, always io and 15c, FIVE cents this week. class in London. the road about ono fourth mile from stand ever as ready to hurl from power county. Ladies ribbed cotton vests and pants 30 cents per suit, worth 50. those that they have honored if they The First National Bank at Minne Our thanks are duo Mrs. J. T. Hack- - town. Mrs. P. Herndon, who has been Ladies' black wool hose 20c worth 35. prove recreant to their trusts, as they apolis has assigned with liabilities of ley for n big Thanksgiving turkey accom confined to her room for somo months, fleece lined hose 25c worth 40. sat up in a chair about 15 minutes last were to elevate them. Wo were caught $150,000. panied bv celery, sausage, etc. out in a very sovere storm, but let us The Now York Court of Appeals hss Tilman Gilpin, section foreman at Sunday. Mr. I. N. Newland is no betMisses ribbed wool hose 15c, worth 25c. 10-- white Illankcts 75c try to make the best of it and be thank- confirmed tho sentence of Boss McKane this place, has secured a patent on a rail tor at this writing. Mr. J. B. Farmer, and $1, worth $1.25 and $1.50. Good heavy Calico Comforts at 75c our R. R. sgent, has been unwell for a ful at least that things are no worse. for election frauds. drill, which is a noyel machine. and Si. Satin covered Comforts Si. Our But politics avaunt. We didn't intepd An infant child of Richard Enstis, The oyster supper to be given at tho few days, ami Mr. James Landrnm, of to mention a subject so distateful at of Shelby ville, Ind., diod from the effects Nowcomb Houae, Thursday evening, by Pittfiburg, has been holding down tho present, but instead to reflect upon thoso of a needle scratch. the baud, promises to bo well attended. wires at this office. Mr. Farmer was miObbi things for which we have cause to bo Incendiaries burned tho new work Rev. J. Dickey, tho Mothodist di. ablo to go on duty Tuesday and Mr. thankful and to join with our readers in house at Harrodnburg and also the stable vine who preached here recently, will Landram returned homo. Mr. R S. giving praise for the temporal blessings of the keeper. Loss $3,500. preach here once a month in tho future. Martin has gono to tho city. Mr. A. W. And Overcoats at S3. $5, $7 and $10 arc one of the drawing cards o! we onjoy and tho spiritual blessings wo Harry and Eugene Saunders, aged During the illness of Prof. Dickorson McMurraycame over from Richmond the day: Why is it ? Hccausc you can save on them may have for the asking. The country 11 and 12, were run over and killed by a and family, Miss Mollie Brown, the He will spend only a day or 25 per cent has been singularly free from pestilence milk Train at Muuck Chunk, Pa. handsome assistant teacher conducts tho two at this place looking up tho bojB and the. earth hs yielded so abundantly that are working for hint In the machine George Gagle, of Fort Recovery, O. public school at this place. to the huBbaudman's labor that plenty has a cow which gave birth to four All the' buildings now going up here business. abounds, while peace at home and calves. All are living and look healthy. are being made aluiont entirely of home Maywooi). .Mr. Sam Bwlln, of Pitts- Ior Infants only 25c, worth abroad makes us a peculiarly blessed 50. Men's fine Shoes no, S1.10, Si.ic. Tho government makes a clear $S,- - material. The lime, brick, sand, stone burgh, is at home for a few days. Mr. and S3.75. people. Some of us have suffered tho 500,000 on its sale ot ?50,000,000 bondp, a and lumber aro all county productions. ilson and children, of Boyle, loss of dear friends and relatives; others pretty big premium on 5 per cent, secuThe two orick office buildings on Harvey aro visiting Mrs. Will Stephenson. Mrs. rity. mourn the loss of fortunes and a failure Church street are handsome edifices. Mrs. Sarah Uirich, of Honesdale, Pa., One belongs to Mr. Ed Smith, editor of Harlan, of Garrard, is visiting her sister, of their hopes, but even these can if they Mrs. Thomas Wood. Mrs. W. S. Berwill, see the bright lining to the cloud, has anounced her candidacy for the unihe Eagle, and tho other to Mr. C. O. nard and children, of Jnnction City, are and join with us to day in thanks that if expired term of tho late Congressman j Contractor Welsh, of Williamsburg, visiting her relatives, Mrs. W. T. Tucker things are not as good as they could Wright. Mack Walters, of Knox county, was contemplates moving here in tho near and Mib. John O. Hill. Tuesday, Nov. wish, they aro still far from being as bad A: URBAtfSKY & CO., Proprietor as they might. So let us all praise Gcd murdered and his boby placed on the future we learn. He can get all build- 20, was Uncle John O. Hill'n 7Sth birthfrom Whom all blessings flow for per- railroad track near Barbourville. Two ing materials cheaper than anywhere else day, which was celebrated by several of T. D. RANEY. Manager. his friends dropping in and partaking of ia tho United States. mitting us to see another Thanksgiving men are suspected. ' Branch Stores: Secretary Morton has astonished all There are good prospects of a bank an excellent dinner. Judging from his day and enjoy it with kindred and friends, and let each of us try to do the taxpayers in the Union by covering being established here in the near fu spryness and steady How of wit, one Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana y to prove tho faith that into tho Treasury 5000,000 unexpended ture, Mr. J. II. Sandusky, of Shelby would not take him to ho pant 50. May something ' ho live to enjoy many more bright and Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. is in us. With a smile for those rrho balance of tho agricultural appropriation. ciunty, was here last we,ek looking the happy anniversaries of his birth, I am Judge Ross at Los Angeles has made matter up and met with tho proper en love us and a tear for those who hate, sure id tho wish of all who know him. wo extend to friend and foo the hope the injunction perpetual against Debs couragement. THE OK contin- On the same night his old family mare Mrs. Neobitt'a that this may be tho happiest thanks- and his GOO followers, forbidding them . This'boing the fifth year was stolen and np to this writing nothgiving day they have ever experienced in any way to interfere with California ues to prosper. of Mrs. Nesbitt's work as a teacher in ing has been heard from her. Uncle and that none shall go without turkey. trains. Tho United States mints lasUyenr our midst, we think she has cause to feel Jjhnson B.ys ho has no objections to R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Mits. Cuthijkrt Bullitt is out in an- coined $100,210,730, of which 509,47-1,01proud of the result accomplished in her hM friendH coming in and devouring bin Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky. eitahlee, but he draws tho line at the other card to say that she is sorry that was cold, tho gold coinage being the arduous educational efforts. she withdrew the suit for divorce Hgaint largest ever turned out by tho mints in confiscation of his sfook Mrs. M. J. Miller, Jr., has returned Ties from her aged husband and that she wants it one year. ....... .in several... foi sal Mates. ihh. l.,.. ,.1 " terj from a visit to Livingston. Mr. R. G . l '!"" " tlnlr u "0"' .v. 1. '"" "" oiiicreat "" Correspondence Solicited. A Quartor Conturr Tost understood that in doing so she did not While Owen Sullivan, of Peru, Ind., Williams is improving in health. Mis For a quarter ot i century Or. Klnir's New Dli. retract a single one of tho charges sbo wna tearing down an old houso bo found George Baker, of London, has been g covcry ha been toted ana the millions who have received beiufit from to brought against him. There has never a small box wedged in between tho Mrs. Eliz Cook, of Covo. Capt ful curative powers initalluie tettity of It wonderdiseases the Tntont, been the slighest chance of our Chen and Lungs A rrtuedy that has steed the weatherboard and rafter, which contain- Spradlin and'family have taken rooms at test o lout; and that has Riven so utiivertal sitit- as man and wife, shvs she, and then she ed $2,000 in gold and silver coins. taction is 110 experiment, r.acn Dome is positivethe Newcorab. ly guaranteed money will he or shoots it into the short ribs of tile reAt Morgan field the jury in tho HenBand of Mercy, Master Walter refunded. It tl'ive reliefto b thethe most reliable The is admitted OF porters for persecuting "a Christian wo- ry Delany case failed to agreo and the Rice, pres., and Miss Clara Kennedy, r.ir UtfuKhs auil Colds. Trial bottle If at A. It Penny's drug store. Largusiae yoc and Ji. . man whose life's record has for 50 years case will have to be will givo a box supper, He is been second to none in purity." As long accused of tho murder of Abbio Oliver Tuesday, Dec. 10, at tho church. Tim It May Do ao Much for You Mr Fred .Mllcfol Irving, III, writes that he as Mrs. Bullitt sets herself up ju a target on the night of his marriage to her. proceeds to he devoted to n charitable had a Severe Kidney trouble (or many )tars, she may exppct to be shot at. Let her with snverc balk and also that his As wc must vacate the 'Sposin' when the Senate assembles purpose. Thia society is doing good bladder was pains iu fil Ho rooms in a vciy short while, our stock must tried many sa called retire from public gaze and the public next Monday Grover should point blank work among the children. Everyono KidneX cures affected. but without any good result. AKmt be n year ago he began me ul Klectilc Hitters ami and preta will let her as severely alone reaiBO to tec uaviu see mat soro toe ex- should attend the box supper. found relief at once Electric Kilters ts asneciallv as she could wish. euro troubles cept upon a solemn pledge of behavin' Dave Merritt, colored, one of tho adapted togives ol all Kidney and LiverOne trial and often almost instant relief will As the Oweusboro Messenger remarks, hissolf and playin' fair? Louisville murderers of tho two Good childreni arco prove our statement I'rice only 50c. lor bottles. At A, R I'enny'a Drug Store. near Paulding, O., is thought to bo a naJudue Toney is in n predicament Ho Times. In honor of his wedding the Czar is tive of Garrard county. A darkey by must qualify as appellate judge under Our thousands of friends sued a lengthy manifeato, in which he that name moved to Ohio from the above his certificate of election January 1st, or a vacancy will be declared. If he quali- bestowed clemency in various directions. county almost 15 years since. Charles Forty thousand poor persons of St. Pe Hart, one of the murderers ia in jail at fies he must resign his present judgeWc have a Large Line ol ship in Louisville, worth 33,000 a year. tersburg dined at the Czar's expense dur- Paulding, birt Merritt is yet at large. To come and get some Grand Bargains of Remembrance. ing the day. fine rock quarry is fur- Locust Fencing Posts, Dr. Lo veil's There is a strong possibility that tho Charles Holden, a rich farmer near nishing some handbome blocks for tho State Board, which will hear St. John Plank Fenco, Boyle's contest, may find it necessary to LoganBport, Ind., drew $1,100 out of front of one of the new bricks. If tho bank and took it home. That night his L. it N. could only be induced to removo Granger Stakes, declare that Mr. Boyle was really elect ed, but this cannot be determined until barn was set on fire and while he was somo of her machine shops, etc., to this Shingles & Lumber trying to sayo bis stock, thieves carried place, water could be secured near this some weeks after January 1. Will Tonaway the money. quarry for merely a nominal Bum. We AN ABUNDANT SUPPJLY ey give up the substauce and take a Polk's best Tomatoes Si. 10 per doz. cans. Granulated sugar Secretary Carlisle has decided to ac- trust that the officiala willy thin k of this shadow? We shall see. chance at the 20 And at Very Low Figures. cept the Stewart syndicate of bids for the matter. pounds for Si. Green cofTcc 20c. Tickles 5c dozen. Rolled Oats KING - PREWITT, 5c Mr. Jack Adams, of Paint Lick , was And now cornea Parson Hopkins and entire new issue of $50,000,000 5 per Coal Oil 10c a gallon. Soda (bulk) 5c a pound Mcroland, Ky a pound. j . says he is going to contest Kendall's cent, bonds. Tho figure offered by the here Monday. Lloyd Maret is eer iouely election in the 10th. He has all to gain syndicate was 117,077. Thia will make ill. Mr. B. P.jMartln and son was up and nothing to lose by tho action. Might the interest less than 3 per cent. from Rowland Monday. Jack Lawrence Japan has grown weary of chasing is telegraphing nights at Sinks and W. J right with the republicans and he may is Heavy trace chains formerly 7sc now 50c per pair. Of Lincoln County. Hunter's and be given the seat. If not ho will get $2, the cowardly Chinese to get a square Newcomb ia similarly engaged at Bred-heaTin Rim Sifters 10c. Prunes 10c a pound. Kvaporated pears i 000 any way and that's a big thing for fight out of them, and it is officially an10c a Robert Cox has recovered from a The New pound. Evaporated Peaches ioca lb. 1,000 Matches for the kind of a preacher Brer Hopkins is. nounced that the Mikado's Government seriona sick spell. Little F. L. Thomp 5c. are As contesting is all the go why does Aot will allow the American Ministers to son, Jr., is our newsboy now and is reMill, weTheseevery not leaders, but a few prices given in a nutshell how sell Somebody suggest that Dr. Kobdrts con- submit any proposition that China may sisted by little Alza. thing. for McOreary's seat? May be tho doc- want to mako. test Lancaster, Ky., BR0DHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. . An order entered at Nashville by tor would stand a better chance before a It now In 'nil operation, and invito the Attention packed jury than he did before tho peo- Judge Lurton directs that, unless default-- e Fat hogs are worth 1 and 5c at this ol the builder of Lincoln county to its material, pleI interest amounting lupcriot workroanhlp and low pncei. Note to $450,000 be plnco -paid into court within 00 days, tho stock Isaac SnodgraBS, of the Big Glades, SOItIE So00,-00OUR It will take an appropriation of of the Alabama Great Southern and the io in town to carry out tho provisions of tho inPerfectly clear The patronBoftho 8. 8. anticipate $a pel hundred. poplar or yellnw pine flooring at Allow as $150 per hundred. come tax law and a fight will be made Cincinnati, Now Orleans and Texas Pahaving an Xtnas tree at the Baptist Ietfectly"clesr yellow popla' weather boarding at by thoso who opposed it before its pas cific railroads must bo sold. per hundred. As low ai fi.jo per hundred, 1.50 Three notable events occurred in Eu- church on the night of Dec. 2oth, and Alfpatterns and thicknesses of Ceiling In yellow Should be considered when ycu go to buy. Every sage to render it nugatory by preventing article I sell is aa poplar, chestnut and very nice quilt that undrcd. I'OuLle dressed ash, as low low 81 25 per the rope yesterday. fhenewCzir, follow- the ladies have a lumber as as fa per best that canjbe had for the the appropriation. Senator Hill will lead ing the policy of his line took a consort they propose to sell to the highest bid- hundrtd. Ueautiful el!ow nine finlshliii' lumber. the fight and it may be that the millionoak, &c. Save money by giving us your of Teutonic blood, the vonerablo wife of der, the. proceeds to go for the Sunday, quarter urdeis. aires may yet escape their just deserts. THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, Prince Biamark died and a eon of Koe- - school. Lancaster, Ky. 73 6m lIa. Bro. S. Collver, tho pastor at tho Will tho Coyington Commonwealth suih to3k tha oath of allegiance to the "Mt tmft periniYtu to beg its pardon for overlook- - Lmperorof Austria. Christian church, filled his appointment t a11 .1 afa sun Htuuua up tor 1110 I Mary IlickB, a widow 05 years last Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday Mrs. ing tue lact mat. 11 You invest. The same standard maintained in each department. secret ballot. We had hoped that there of age, who lived near Providence, Web- night. Ilia sermon Sunday night was as Ilia themo was Miss Jarboe, tr trimmer, is id me cities buy- was none so poor as to do reverence to ster county, was brutally assaulted, out fine aa we over heard. me my Kail unj winter Stock, and I will not make tho old humbug and regret that it is raged, and murdered by a man named "Life." Bro. Tike filled his appointment my usual Tall trip, lloth Miss Jarboe and her will arrive next week and you are cordially He will championed by so distinguished a news- Allan, wbo found her alono at her homo. at Freedom church Sunday. invited to call. is dodging around with the begin a series of meetings at that church paper and so excellent a newspaper man The Sheriff MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, biute to keep a mob from banging him. next Saturday night. Stanford, Ky. as Brer Blakely. iJEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL A domestic scandal seems destined to permanently retire the Hon. J. Edward 176 THANKSGIVING EARGM SALE t ?i inrnir Ei!Tm rn teh TUTU0'JLk JC JL JU JCj JLV 13JK t - BARGAINS r:- - SELECTED It-la- w. 2D Dozen Ladles' Handkerchiefs, 4 MEN' 0 to-da- FINE SHOES : STAITFOHD, S2-5- Wil-tarn- s. LOUISVILLE STORE, K7, to-da- D Belect-scho- Duroc Jersey Red Swine 3 11.-- ..! """"'' ."' viti-tin- The Farewell Sale ! 4 tried-again- vice-preside- IB. IF. JOIsTIES SOlsT I Closed Out At Once, Regardless of the COST. Attention Farmers! ARE CORDIALLY INVITED FIGURES TALK. TO THE CITIZE1TS NAILS, 2 POUNDS FOR 5C Lancaster Planing t 0 to-da- OF PRICES: Ui, W. H. WEAKEN & CO. sT a a. 1 TO THE LADIES Wim sxsxo PTGP' pur-chM- es DRUGS, BOOKS, JEWELRY. ' , hi- - )f -' 'viA ,... '4ysTi 'lM' Mfvl' "('ft sj fT fm- - j"iiign jwpil" 'mwwNyjjppBBP; i'n m mt' .iwy ffTbMW&fmi, emi-Week- ly Interior Journal Fon Rknt. The Pink at this ollku. Gottaf-a- . Apply TiiKitK was n sudden fall in tho perature Tuesday nlitht and at I 1 terday tho mercury was below .Cincinnati yesterday. Two cottHos on Whitley Avenue for ing point. Tho chances aro good for a It. II. BronrTugh, of Crab Orchard, Stanfohd, Kv., NovEMiinn 29, 1894 rent at JO each per month. Miller tfc fair and cold Thanksgiving day. Tho did a nico hualnppa with his Duroc JerHolm. signal service predicts it and tho othi r sey Red pigs ot Lancaster Monday. He Foil Salk on Kbnt. Kesideuco occupi- indications confirm it. sold three boars at $10 nnd engaged 15 to E. C. Walton, Business Manager ed by B. K. That's what it is. A public confidence game. Wc win public conWcaren. Prico f!5, month bo delivered in early spring. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ly payments. Thos. Uleliurtltf, Stanford. Isaac Murphy, for so mnny years the fidence by fair dealing and trade treads on our heels. When we call . . MEANS BUSINESS. p champion jockey of Ainprica, will be a thing a bargain, people know that's its proper name. W.T. Adams and Miss Katie When assert Kvcrvuody can eat turkey to day. Tie wero married Tuesday at tho conio a star actor. Negotiations have over our signature that Buy your school books nnd school merchants are Belling them at 10 ojntu a been pending for some time paet to seo! all kluda nt A. II. Penny's. pound dressed, which is Uj cents lese bride's father, Mr. T. S. BUnkenship, in cure his services for Al Spink's great turf tho Bco Lick Section. Watches, clocks mid jewelry repaired than last year. and wnrrnnted. Knirrnvine a specialty, Mrs. Isaac Bedmond baa been ar- drama,,''The Derby Winner." Ho ia a nt A. It. l'onuy'ii. Don't fail to ste our fur, Brussels, vel- rested at .Trenton, N. J., and will bo a negro and lives in Lexington. . TiiKlarffltHtock o( Urugn, Modlclucs, vet aud carpet rnpj. Our beautiful work tried for matrimonial mania, Sho line The Democrat says there wero 1,000 Porlumury, 1'alnlfl and Wall Paper nt - tables, and tatilu covers, titblo sets, been married eight times and was about cittlo at Winchester Monday. Feeders Or that goods' are reduced, you can d;pend on it. The first thing on Peacriptions a speclalA. It. Penny's. throws, towels, &e &c , for Christmas or to commit the indiscretion again when Ip' 1,000 pounds weight, brought 3 to S l el-with not much demand. Lluhter list to catch the knife is our alie was taken iu hand by the law. any other time, lluuhes A Tate. PERSONAL POINTS. Czu Nicholas and Princess Alix, ff cattle of 700 to 800 pounds 2J to 3 cts , Tiikhk never was such a reserved rest Mon- and somo thin and very common ones as : : Misa Mollis Wiuoiit is viBiting hor salo in the history of Walton's Opera of Hesse Darmstadt, wero married 00 day. This is a marriage rendered neces low as 2 cts. Heifers of 700 to sister, Mrs. P. W. Green. House. Already 15o peoplo hiivo secur- sary on tho accession of tho Czar to the pounds brought 2 cts. Oxen were in Miv Maky Dhoixiii, of Casey, is a ed, sents for Gen. Gordon's lecture toRussian throne and it is one without lo e, full supply and many were left unsold. If you want a dres, now is the time to buy. See our line of Black guVst at the Carpenter House. night and the cry la still they come. the ruler of all the Ituesias renouncing They brought 2 to 3 els. Goods. Our store is full of new and stylish goods of all kinds. Don't Mil, K Slum.' camu up from Dauvillo Minstreli. Saxton's Southern Min- his real'sweetheart to do en. yesterday to spend Thanksgiving with Man must learn to listen to those who tell you "here is something just as good" but come An Innate Ioka. Georgu W. Malone, of St. Louis, and strels, under tho auspices of Saxton's his homefolkB. upon hi uifolf. Readine Bibles will to headquarters first. Miss Sadie Hommell, of St. Josoph, met rely Mil. W. II. Holmes, of Danville, hta Military Bund mid Operatic Orchestra, not protect him from the blasts of Wintftiion depot of been hero Bevcral days enjoying tho will mako music and mirth nt Walton's for tho first lime in the the former city Sunday night and were ter, but houses, fires and clothing will G Opera House, Thursday evening, Dec. Methodist meetings. married. They had corresponded thro' To prevent famino one plow is worth a Dn P. W. Loo an is preparing to move fathe help of friends and exchanged pho- million sermonp, and even patent mediGen. John B. Gordon, Gen. 1jo'b his family from Crab Orchard to his farm cines will euro more diseases than all vorite lieutenant, will tell in his inimita-bl- u tographs. Ho proposed, she accepted near Milledgoville. and they wero united, and may they the prayers offered since the beginning Dnyn of tho Confedway of the Missis Lizzik and Maby Looan, of , "over afterwards live happily together," of tho world. Opera House Crab Orchimi, are down to spend eracy at Walton's Doors open at 7; lecture at 8 o'clock. ai the old novels wero wont to say. Thanksgiving with Mrs. It. II. Jxitan. KKW ADVERTISEMENTS. Mr. Wallace W. McKitrick found Wc carry a splendid assortment of Pins for both ladies' and gentleMini Hill ItooT leaves noxt week for There aro 30 people in Saxton's South- out that Mr. H. 13. Marcum would move men's wear. Some of them are very inexpensive and will make a Sanibel Island, Fla., to spend tho winter ern Minstrels which will hold tho boards with his family to Indiana this week and with Itev. Gedrge O. Harnes and family. at Walton's Opera House, Dec, 0, and pretty Christmas remembrance at a trifling cost, and from this point he determined that one of them shouldMb. J. F. Moohk Biid wife, of Casey, among them is a matchless quartette of n't go. Accordingly be obtained Miss Mat I df tire to ctll your mteulion to the Tact that I they grade upward to any amount you care to pay'. In Scarf Pins, l)t catiio up yesterday to spend Thanksgivsingers that alono is worth the price of tie 13. Marcum's consent to go with him am rcmly totove you In best Maido; in any ami all illicit. I take the fiihloa Journals Baby's Pins, and all good? included in the line we make it a point to ing with their daughter, Mrs. Kd Wilk- admlssfon to hear. Of course everybody what shoulil to Lib- tiy Tuesday and thoro they were and Weed potted onCome to ladles give me awear, l'ricpa reasonable trial. show you the vcty latest styles in variety, and to afford you every faand inson. will bo there. united in matrimony by Eld. J.Q. Mont- I employ none but hrtt ciat nelp I). J.G.Carpon-te- r SMITH, MISS MARY Rtipectlully, Mns. JamksS. Fish, Mrs. cility for satisfactory selection. Our prices you will find to be very A imssSMAKKR told us ttiu other day gomery. Mr. McKitrick is an excellent Stanford. Ky. 77 am and Mrs. J M. Black went up to the moderate and in no case exceeding the actual value of the article. that since big sleeves have come into gun t luin uri and steady biiBincBS man, wbilo Fast Knd yesterday to eat Thanksgiving well lil- STORE ROOMS. sale fanhlon, sho II rat cms tho sleeves and his bride is both handsome and or rent. They are on Main Birret, In ih principal turkey. then makes tho dress out of tho remain- ted to make him a loving and trne wife. OIOCK 75 .Mrs di.j. Aiiuucii, Or course wo intended to speak of der of the cloth. Sho uUo added that it So here's hoping that thoy may be very For twelve Mrs. Susan Warren as the mother of Mr. $1,500 WANTED. per cent iuter. rconthi. Will Ave happy. mmmmmmmmmmmmm types did was not unusual for her to consume security and l.iht give It. V. Purdom, if tho naughty ALWAYS' yards in making them. Call on J. 11. TAXI ON, Attorney, fctnnKrd "church AFFAIRS. get it wrong. o My at Tur. Dr. J. Halleck Dallqu and wife, of P. W. Gheen, who lias spent a week Eld. J. G. Livingston will preach at FOE, BENT. neiivillc; fine location Haven, Kansas, an nt bin fathei's, Elder with several Ilustonvillo gentleman Sugar Grove next Sunday at 11 o'clock. It t csired will board party retains it. Mrs Gal 69 lic K. ltailey, McKinney, Ky. Joseph Ballou. TIjh doctor will proba- hunting and llshing in Casey and Adair Itev. W. 13. 13111a and wife' returntd The .arge Store Koora bly locale hero. counties, returned Tuesday night after a yesterday. Mr. Ellis' meeting at Park- RENT. occupied bv I . f. Jones Mjib. Nannie W. Owens and Mr. K. F. niOHt successful trip. The party killed tamLjcsultcd in 12 additions. Kaon. :ae 45190 let. rattestion jau 1, 1B95. 64 ti Apply to S 1. biaji;, Stanford, Ky, Owens are up from Cumberland Falls over '.'00 birds and caught fish Francis Murphy addressed an enorFor past favors and trustful lor the future, knowing if we do bur part for a few days. They will probably that nverAged three pounds or more. mous audience in Pittsburg Sunday, the I the people will come to see us. We do not quote goods at a given spend the winter there. occasion being tho ISth anniversary cf Cncat price and say that is one-hal- f their worth unless it is something we deAtmyltire you will find one ol 'he Mwi. Pamela Buown has kindly con. So well pleased was Mr. K. H. Benzley the blue ribbon movement. locks of Milllntry and Embroidery Material ever sire stago for Gin. with the success of his last declamatory scnted to decorate tho to shave. We sell goods as low as any men in the world Vught Please say in your prper that II. W, brought to Stanford. Ihave paid cash fur my goods Gordon's lecture and that insures that tt contest that he will give another nt Wal- Elliott, Statu evangelist, will preach at and sell them lor cash, so low that you will te to sell them and live and as an evidence our store is crowded as never fill be n thing of beauty. ton's Opera House, Dec 127, for tho ben- McCormack'a church Sunday at 3 o'clock forced to buy irom me. An examination will con- before. Many of our Mb. J amis Dunn, who left this plnco efit of tho Lexington Blblo College. Th r. m. The members are requested to at- vince you and you are invited to make it. MRS. A. A McKINNEY. age to locato In Stanford three years main priza will $20 and soma good d I tend. V. L. Williama. will return to Danville the flist of tho cMmtrs will take part. will Walnut Flat Sunday-Scho-A year and go back into the dairy butdnei s. meet next Sunday morning at 0.30. Miss Advocate. Dkatii. MrB. Mildred Beazlcy receiv- Nannie Caldwell will bo present and adMiss Moore will arrlv October ist, with every- Than we have ever handled them betore and $1 will go further than way of Mrams. J. IticiiAno Buhii, Harry ed n telegram yesterday telling of tho dress tho ladies on mission work. It is thing that It new and nobby in the we have ever known it. We don't let any firm or any market underBiughman, Richard and Will Hocker, death of her uncle, Mr. H. 0. Arnold, of li3ped,thal as many ladiea will bo pressell us if we know it. We invite the poor and the rich to test what who aro attending school in Lexington, Garrard. Heart disease was tho trouble ent as possible. Please call and exiruioe my stock before 'buyenjoy was very sudden. Tho and tho death Our stock is all in order for cuno home yesterday lo Tho United Presbyterian Bays that ing Mypiices shall be the lowest. Thanking we say. old folks nt homr. wero laid to rest in tho Lancaster tho national observance of Thanksgiving you for past favurs. respectfully, with the KAli. bUODKKAR, Mai nager. Mu. ami Mno. II. 13. Makcum mid fam- Cemetery yesterday. Mr. Arnold leaves day was brought about by a woman. to locate Ht besides a wife, four grown children. ily will leave Mrs. Sarah J. Hale, of Philudelphia, be Clark's Hill, Ind , much to tho regret of gan about 1844 to urge, through the will be mugazitio of which she had charge, and numerous friends, who wish vthem hapTiik indications are that And for the Holidays. We should buy our friends the useful as jwell and bucccm in their new homo. splendid one for for hunting and if no by personal correspondence with the piness a as the ornamental. Our Fur Rugs, sleigh Robes, Muffs for Ladies DEALER IN- Haugiiman entertained nt n number of town poiplo trill spend governors of states and presidents of the and Misses and sets for children. Cheneal, Table Covers, Fine Linen Ma. M. 8. toa Tuesday in honor of her sister, Thanksgiving that way. Ono crowd United States, that Thanksgiving day Table Cloths and Napkins to match, fine Towels, Work Tables and : o dogs will leavo J. H. should he made n national festival, nnd Lizzlu Dunu. A largo number of with Mis Mats. Beautiful Dress Goods, Fur and Cloth Capes, Cloaks, Bed storw at 0 this morning, while an- hi held on the same day throughout the couples were present, who unjoyou a Blankets, Comforts, &c. Our Boots, Srioes and Clothing is complete royal supper ami a delightful evening. other with about ns many o.inines will ciuutry. Her suggestion was adopted aud if we can't fit you in Clothing we have them made. Don't fail Dodown in tho Hub- 20 years later by President Lincoln, and A. It Penny continues very ill of leave Gentry Bros., Mr. tosee us before you buy. at the minin hour. tie observance of Thanksgiving by the, hlH old trouble, a stomach affection. His ble section . natiouihitH now become fully established. wife, who Imi peen attending herdaugh The McKinney Canning Company has The Methodist meeting is stirring was ill at organized with F. M. Ware, president, ter, Mrs. It. B. Mahony, who up tho town und ecores nro not only ask- Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars Carthage, Tenn., arrived yesterday, 13 J. Tanner, J. II. ing to be' saved from the wrath of the Headquarters for almost anything bringing tier patient, who is nearly retreasurer, Dr. Ivl M. Kates, secrewic'ml one hereafter, but for complete covered, with her. tary, and Wm. Chebterlleld. general nhttolutiou from his dominion here. A y6u want. When you want a first- Directors: W. A. Collby, K. L. n imber havo professed religion and CITY AND VICINITY. Tanner, S. M, Owens and A. B. McKtn? many claim the higher degree ol class meal for 25c, call on him. nv. Only 20 shares of $50 each of tho sanctitlcalion that been given them. Dr Let us give thank. has $o,000 in stork aro left, nnd they nro go Carradino appenrs to be n thoroughly good farm hand. J. 13. ' Wantrd.A ing like hot cakes. consecrated man and tho burden of his . Bruce, Stanford. n Stan for I, Ky. The Cumberland Falls Hotel property discourses is to prove that entire 7 Aim you reading our "big nd." each is likelv to go into tho bunds of a stock is not only possible, but the natDanks tho Jeweler. Issue? company. Mrs. Nannie Owens has fix- ural result of true Christianity. He is pins this ed tho value of the placo with its 400 a man of fine presenco and an orator of Wk say a few words about .V ' acrrs of land at $7,000 nnd those who great power. Bro. Itineheart continues Danks. WK..U. Bead our "bin ad." Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, &c, all go at Cost till that date. - -to make the music a pleasing feature and take stock acroe to pay that sum for l SroNOKs. A selection for you; bath, with $3,000 additional for improve- to awaken by it n greater enthusiasm W. B. fino silk and buggy sponges. ments. It is splendid property and tho nnd interest. The house is crowded at readineps with which Mrs. Owens is dis- each meeting and althougli tho services . colored, whllo working posing of the stock shows that great con- last Beveral hours, the people seem never Locian Coi'FKY, to tire. Tho mode of procedure is a with a young innlo belonging to Mr. A. fidence is held in it. . little oil from that accepted in these latM. Feland, foil and broke ono of his Tiik Federal court nt Louisville gavo ter times, and remind the hearer of what leK8. judgment to tho Central Thomson-Hohe has read about the earlier days of My stock of must bo paid nt ton Uo , against tho Barbourvlllo Land the church, but if the good brethren and Taxes. All city taxes means so much more than will be levied on to sat and Improvement Co., butn return was sistorB nro inclined to allow their exu onco or property ' you imagine serious and ' isfyeamo. O. J. Newland, city mar- - made of no property found. Tho plain- berance of feeling, it is their privilege-W'fatal diseases result from' tiffs now ask that tho payment on the go wild with enthusiasm over poliahal. Land Company bo enforced tics mid other things nnd nobody quesstock of tho it 'trifling ailments neglected. J. W. Jamks has posted notices stating and their debt pnid out of tho proceeds. tions tho right. Surely it will not be in 1U' "Oiuiv LIUII L hat ho will mako application noxt coun It seems that the. ghost of tho boom the matter of roligiou and if our good greatest gilt health. Call and see me. ty court dav to removo his whisky busi- towns liko Banquo'a will never down. Shoes, &c, is.now complete friends want to about and givo God the to Hyouarefelintr ness from tho town of Crab Orchard Glory, wo for one will Bay Amen. out ol sorts, weak J V hla distillery near tho dopot ot tnat Tub contested election caBes are going aim generally exhausted, nervous, to put somebody in for heavy costs. The town. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. have no appetite testimony will all bo presented in tho and can't work, begin at once takTelegrams, letters und postals galoro form of depositions nnd this nlone will Cowa. Want to wiutor; best of care. ing the most reliable strengthening havo come ordoring reserved seata for cost several hundred dollars. Col. W. G. A. G. Huffmnn.lStaniord. medlcine.whichis nnd tho k V. II. Traylor has bought in the the Gordon locturo Welch, J. W. Alcorn nnd J. B. Paxton Ilrown's Iron Bitters. A lew botof tho Quest peoplo will will represent G. B. Cooper, and Hill & last few days 100 barrels of corn at $1.75. largest crowd tles cure benefit McOleliand Bros, pold their premcomes irom the gather at Walton's Opera House that Iibb Mcltoberts and W. II. Miller. Mr. Cum Bed-Roo- m very first dose' ever assembled there. rivM't tlain your mins. Tho contesting board will hear ium yearling, a sorrel filly, to Gay Broa., , tteth, and It's on the 3d Monday in noxt of Woodford, for $250. Paris News. pleasant to take. Lovsna of tho sport aro anticipating a the case J. H. BaiiRhman & Co. havo boiiRht afternoon, when tho Stan- month. Bed-Loung- e; treat Friday 1,500 barrels of corn at $1.75 to $1.00. Centre Oollego No. 2 football ford and Discovered America. Barnes Wear-e- n They now havo about all they can bouBe. teams come together on tho water works Kidney and Liver Dyspepsia, tolls us that at a school near town the Dan iloltnan sold to W. II. Traylor grounds here. Game cajled a o'clock. other day tho teacher asked the little Troubles, Neuralgia, cattle at 2 So. s Binall lot of Admission 2oc. LadleB free. Constipation, Bad Blood tots "who discovered America?" A He also sold to J. W. Poor n bunch of Nervous aliments 4 A handsome Picture and Easel; A Cotton Top Mattress, A Bed cattle at 2c. r Malaria, M. fiBoiiaK D. IIoitbii'b house CBURllt bright little fellow, who is destined to Women's complaints. and" become a fsreaUman, promptly answered: Thero is a fair demand for shippinR Spring; A nice lot of new Mouldings just received; A place to use fire from a defective Huo Tuesday It ha crossed red .TT..I . i.l . i Iia lT(tllllnf . ,..-.. . of eomo hunters "Rosa DavisonV' Mr. Davison may not cattlo at Cincinnati, with beat at 4ic your cash to advantage. r lines on tho wrapper. All others are sudbut for tho assistance at 4.05 for heavy shippers. stilutcs. On receipt of tv, o ac. stamps we who were nttratted by tho cry It would have done eo, but ifjthero bad been any Hors aro slow h will send set of Ten Beautiful World's llUp'fv be In ashes. Aa it was very voters to corral, bo wpnld havo been dead Sheep have advanced 10 to 25c. r. Fair Views and Dook tree. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MU, Wm. Morelandboucbtof O. O.With- The Cash Furnitnre Dealer, Stanford, Ky. damaao was done. Mr. Hopper was sure to have made the discovery prior to i mile era a bunch of 8 hogs at 3.05 and ofW. Cth ot November. the in rr,wn at the time. temnoon yestho freez- H. Cummins, of the Eaet End, an extra good bunch at 4c. He shipped them to -- A- 3 1: : CONFIDENCE CAME. m Blank-enshi- eup-pll- ua We are Offering Bargains DRESS GOODS , . DEPARTMENT. fural m SEVEEAKOE 8 & 8 No lst m m TO TEE LADIES. - iMWS' BAMS, the -- OTW3EOSB. rrt-cla- u iiore-hour- 1 FOR To The Xiadies ol Treat For llic Ladles. Goods "Are.' Cheaper THANKSGIVING to-da- y Ti to-da- y R. Zimmer, -- 50-od- d Car-ter'- Fancy Groceries, Foreign and mestic Fruits, i HUGHES & TATE. vice-preside- Van-hoo- k, man-nge- r. ;R ZIMMER. enncti-iicatio- i it.lo-geth- er In Poor At Cost Till Dee. 1; '94 Q ueensware, Glassware Lamps, &c, FARRIS & HARDIN. 54 us r Health Brown's FAIJL tiOOBf3o o Clothing, Furnishing Ms, Boots H. J. McROBERTS. ht Iron Bitters m f It Cures -- 1,000-poun- d A Parlor Suite; A Folding Bed; Suite; A A Hall Tree; A A Sideboard; A Wardrobe; v 700-pou- W. W. WITHERS, ,! yAAASrAif' .j.u.i.t.. rtj , . ,x -, - f L$K - 'gjfcfltt i "" ",'w-- " " v. - )' ijij i ,,n, - if a i DR. W. 13. wind and son," says Bill, scratehin his a bolayin pin in his hand, snortiu liko head and pullin tho glass out of his a porpoiso. "Why don't yo speak a pocket and holdin it up. t ship nforo yo feoartl her?" says he, cuss-iANTCSGIYING- tly Office South Sid Main St., In office Published Kvory Tuesday and Friday "Aroyo coinin aboard or ain't yo?" awful, md then ho threw up his vacated by Or. Lee K. lluldnan, Stanford, JCy. AT roared tho mate, Htnndlu up in tho hands and dropped tho pin. BT CAPTAIN W. II. EHELTOX. "JlyGod, forgive mo I" ho hays. "It's 13111, "and ho ain't Ftom. "So ho has," HIGG-INS- , "Stan by, shipmot," Mtya Bill, "aud Bill.Marlin." WWhen not so paid S2.50 will be charged." ncodin of it oithcr, liovln niado port. LCojiyrlslit, 1S4, by "Amf rlcan Prc AmocIo-tlonI'vo lieen 30 years nioro tho mast," con- leavo inotiiiiotoFottlo. Fair and atirtriy says Bill, gottin on "What ef 'tis?" .Dealers n tinued Bill, lookln grieved, "in nigh at that, Thauk8 kindly, ofllcur," Hnyit his pins, mighty f.oro and put out. "What as many fillips, and I'vo ob?arved that Bill, Btaudln up himolf alongsldo tho sort of a d d bluo noed poa lawyer when a bailorman chips in a hurry ho chest. "Tho raft keeps her conrso for of gli03t lw you anyway to shoot up out of a wreck aud nigh bkeor ginerally entries fiotno nrticlo in Ills Bedford." "Anything you'ro nhort of?" Bays tho tho life out o' two honest sailormcn offen dnunigs what he'd bflttor loft behind." When necessary. Ky. a rafr, and them swamped and starvin? Tho glass was right, and before night mntu. pet in tho sea had moderated porcoptibly, "I wouldn't roftf-- a Httlo ostra grog I'm a fo'castlo cat stuck in tar of I K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. I and although wo wuro awako all night and 8omuthin ready coolrcd," says Hill. didu't think bettor o you, Who Haw Whilo wo we.ro ln.vtofor tho kins," and with that thoy fell securely lasliod to tho rafr, drenched of '" 'rrzZt. Xa-s.- , Train Hires Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning All creditors rtl firm of Mrs D G Sauch. tho moon cnuie tfji oft' tho htorn each other, waltzln all ovor thudeck with wilt water and hovin nonrly post, and Bill Fpclledout thogovernor'H and whilo thoy wa at it tho ICanaker ttr R Son, doiiie butlnrtt at Crab Orchnrd, Kyas, 5"l.&n. local time card. are hfreby tiotlfieil to prernt, properly proen with cold, hopo revived at tho rtHiurrd by law, mato diil uucomnton niontns troin comm ot tiayjicnt, tho ruunm sea1? proelaniatio.M. 'I ho besidw tho grof,' prut sallorman walked his black legs out of ilair, their claimswitlua three Orm to ttm this Kgatnst said wo11 Mail train going North........... . UR tlul ......I37PU' tho coinpnnionway and began to danco had quioted to long smooth bwolln, and W Msm 5l . Louisville, .... Jjpru " South sy. 0r:O. W.STHOIHKH. ... 11 3 pra then tho ran enmu up ovor tho port bow us a four pound lump bf plumdutr. And around tho two. Crprtu train i " South. ........ Atsicoro Mrs. D. G. Mauser & San. n ti ,31 jii 11ULi1m.mihi.h "Today's tho day, " says Bill, pnnchin aud put now life into us. Wo unlashed tho (inartormaster who brought it had Oct. jo. 'pi. m 4, 9 30 Local freight North ourselves from tho client, whero wo been a Fhipmut of Bill's Mwnewhero in Ligo in tho ohubtnnd gottin tho Boston bouta..... passengers. .3 07 p to The latter trains also carry 5T'S all in a lifetlmo. had boon sittin back to back for oight tho China sons, and a ilnor night with nowsruiporoutofhis oilskins. "Thoro's 4- Tha above, is caiculattd on standard time SsUr liour.o. and tmread tho bit of sail and sot a fairer wind I nover saw aboard ship tho governor's proclamation. Bead it." .lack-,- " SB w Fays Isaa is about to minutes falter. ' liu, knucklin Bill Alar 1,cr course west, as thoro away Now than that was timo wu got undor way. d I" says Ligo, leerin "Voll, run, 1 thobrino Call on the llndcriicno.1 at Rowl.n.l. t.lnrnln "I nover knew any luck coniocf nt it upside down. QUEEH & CRESCENT ROUTE. aawuorti iay, ntm utu sworo winio inero out ot ins oyc3. "And county, Ky , tor itrmt. We want to negotiate clmngiu ehiiw at oa when tho other 0110 Kana-ko- r After Bill shook hands with tho 1 am 1 compmiuin o grub er grog was a uibcuit in tho locker he'd do Ins loans on tirst mortcrx srcunly rin real estate, Going North trains pass Junction City as folwas goin in tho wrong direction," pays nuui from tho guano ship ho intro- stocks, bonus and commercial paper. Agent lor aboard this 'ero raft, but if tho old mail best to keep his dato. Vestibule mrli 6 . m. lows: .Blue-Crathe Mmoiri Ilrckerage Co., ht. l.oun. Mo duced mo all round and explained to OiM ra- - Florida "Ligo Hawkins is an out and out sea Bill, "though 1 wouldn't mind had been so omindod as to tako my ad Limited 3 35 P. . Local ,:' M N KAHLY. Limited v.n. t. wise and leavo tho cook's cat aboard stid-do- r lawyer," said Bill, "and altho' 'tain't ono hoaded for tho 'Morican coat. I Hawkins how wo had loft tho Nancy O. Vestibule 11 1S p. m Flonda Siam-- N W. D. JONKI. j T jONK, MC.k hoavin her over tho rail soon'a no nso I'd feel mora easy in my mind know Ligo is layiti off for mo in Bed- nnd how wo had rofnsod to go on loard Limited ia:n:a m Local 11:55 p. m. ford, kcepin his dato, and I Mow to re- tho ship for Livorpool tho night beforo. Vestibule arrives S'40 p. m wo loft port tho brig 'u'da-boemak-i- n to kuow sho'a headed for Bedford." By that timo tho sun was lightin up into Boston in another wcok stiddcr Then wo ato some pilot bread and date3 port thar toon's I can get ahhoro." Somowheru about two bells Bill turn- Hawk! us' bald head, and hu hovin gouo to Davy Jones', and him, out of tho chest and took a swallow of at rum and rummaged down to tho pipes ed in behind tho chest, and in ilvo min- Bill, with his breeches in his hand, with tho rest of tho crow, clawin d utes ho was Fnorln liko a trumpet. Tho which tho niggt-- had brought to him. 'lougsido of her. I wouldn't kur and 'bacy and took off our oilskin "Now," sayn Bill, "what bo yon lay-iKy. rope's oud fur this 'oro turn in tlin to lot tho sun havo leeway onto wind freshened, and tho rafted bowled a hero for, Ligo Hawkins, and what's Sole proprietors Dean's Illack Dlatrond Root our woolons. Bein refreshed, Bill But along for four hours at a thrco knot tide," continuod Bill, takia an rami K.tlroaies furniined for iaintiug Wood, "iflhaduH on tho chost aud tended sheet whilo I gait, and H must havo been past mid- bromo of tho skipper and tho crow of Metal and lion Keofs .Saiitfaction Guarantrott. All toots painted with Dean's lUack Diamond mado a dato with a shipmot o' miuy, lay astern and hold hor across tho swells night when I gavo tho helm to him. It tho Lightfoot?" guaranteed for years Dealers In Fttemed liko I hadn't moro than just got "What am I layln hero for?" says 1'aintTumps and Galvanized Iron r'litrrs. Ueit cisLijah Hawkins by name, hailln from with a loug oar. tern 67.1m to sleep when Hill woko mo uji. tiawKtns. "I'm for a Miip into Now Bedford, when bo's afloat, but now "I won't Fay as I altogether like ' this," romarked Uraco up, Jack," ho Fays, "and load Boston. Tho old man and thorobt o' the pulls at Bill botwoon boiu ashoro in tliem 'ero parta When I pass my word, Jack, it's tamo's if I his plpo, "but I toll you, Jack, tho imxt ft hand. There's a wreck o' some sort hands went aboard a bark bound into Bristol two weeks ago, nnd wanted me signed" nrtioles, and that's mor'n I've'i ship I sign aboart 'nil bo after I 'zamin F. 11. niLKY,!Proprletor, to go nlong with them, but I told 'om her sticks. It's my opinion thom as douo aboard this crib. " - Kontuoky. I'd soo 'tun d d flrbthovln a dato London, - Tho raft was mado of spars and empty was on tho Nancy had dry rot into 'oui, Absolutely with a shipmot in Now Bedford on tho pone uarreis, with a cutdown jib rigged not to mention tho hull." I have moved to my new Hotelland am batter ffifi'S 'ilcrican coast." on a jury mast forward, aud our stores "I'm glad you'roioxpectin to havo the prepared than ever to accommodate, the public. top-,"Git into yer says Bill. Ciood I.ivcry attached and every convenience to sign a load colored chost A cream of tarter baking pow and dunungo in aloncsido of thnwatnr chanco course, "again, Bill," I said. been V Uivemeacall. "Wo'vo got a c)ut full of plumduff and cnert Bill. "I'vo "In lashed amidships , -j ni-'Iri KRANK RILKY, n der. Highest of all in leavening cak, and tho whole drlppin outfit roll- - sbippin aboard ono tub af tor another all grog nbcwrd tho raft." p Tho Lightfoot was loaded with wool Latest United States ing on tho seas climbin up hill and my lifL't "'! 'low to keep on doin of it." strength. yr r -. A ffiT tliflf flirt "trtnf lrt ltjil1 f.atvs ii!rh ' and FiuiHi light nierohaudiKo, and when ID. Government Food Report. eousin into tio trough and clawin oil tho crw left her I law kins said tho sea At tbowell.Vnown old plenty of wind a.storn, nnd wo worked ' sidoways liko n fiddler crab. stand ot J. 11. Greu in -was so rough thy skipper exjxoted hor to EOYALBAKING.POWDER CO., Accordiu to our rcckouiu, this was tho raft, watch aud watch, aud got swamp, and it whs xll they could do to Hustonvillo, - - Kontuo tho 13th of Novonilxir (year '45), and 106 Wall 8treet, New Yorte. get off tliu invn. There was no lack nf threo days beforo tho brig Nancy of Has juit received a beautiful line of provisions and ftonw on lnxinl, and tlie Portland, from Livorpool into Boston, A. S. Kauaker man and I tnrursl in and did Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. with a cargo of tin plate, hud beon the cookin, and Bill nftllod the governSURGEON DENTIST. struck by an caster, and (ho captain had Furnituro nnd Stoves. una. or's prndMiiintiMn to Uto inieuntaHt. driven her beforo tho winds for 4S n Offica over Druj Store in the Call and see his stock and get his prices whkh "Huhinww is buointf," snys Bill Owilev Buildlnir. hours under next to bare poles until her are raver anyboflys, lljouwauta nice set Stanford; "What's the bloom in cargo wxrth. ef hsrnrai,man hlp or a duller. a f oro and main sticks went overboard in Hinder Twine far sale. Lige?" WHEN T FAT IK)WN T( THE Hl'KhAn. an oxtra gale, and her rotten old hull "Nothin wharo sh lays," says Hawsprang lavin off tho stn'lio'rd bow. nml T 'Inw When tho old man gavo kins, sorrayful. "If we had her into MVEKS up tho pumps expectin her to go down to sheer np aiHl bmird 'or. " boforo moniin, wo provisioned tho two Suro enough, not two miles away jiort, she'd bo gooil for .?10O,O0O, It's a quarter boats regular, and tho captain, low jn tho pity, Bill, so 'tir, but thoro ain't a yard IX"ST3EHTrr wai a hull layin. o& canvas onto or." water, with the mixatimHt Ftandiu. hovin tho compass, and Bill Marlin, P. W. GREEN, Prop. "That Vd boJfi.OOOapleco, allowin bein mato of tho Nancy, hovin only hr.d my'ojo oiito hor for an "I'vo tho ship's barometer to sail by, tho crow hour," wiyfl Bill, "and I'm a lubber if four lays into 'or share and share," says wna f linf i.iy. r. a i. 41. An.nltn I... Fho don't belonc to the two stioks wo Bill. Thw stable, which Is run n connection wiib the Myers Ilou.e, has bee supplin with Waal," says Hawkins, "what of it?" como up vith thlK moruiu." that they swarmed over tho sido an$ "Nothin," says Bill, "only I'vo A New Lot of Horses, wind was fallin off, and wo boat swamped her beforo our eyes, leavin ,Tho Carriages, np slow. When I turned out, nho was brought nlong two mainsails nnd yor Bill'aud mo loaniu on tho rail and tho .Buggies, wagons, old man and all hands goin to tho botclean cut against tho sky, hor mizzou-mas- t lar'il sticks." And with that tho two wont down Mil- - -- rummer's Supplws and Is better than evn tom liko lead nforo wo could hcavo 'cm fiwayin aero' tho stars, but by tho wECAMEALoxasmn. prepate. supply tlio public with so much as a ropo's end. ' timo wo made hor it was gettin day- tho fore chains onto tho raft. By dinner timo they had got a now a ilo and Bill cased away tho other our regular sleep. On tho sixth day light. Tho sea wan Uko oil whon we mas or kinds. of camo alongside and hitched onto her foro sot of sails onto tho mizzonmast, hoist- Personal boat, and when sho struck tho water ' of tho cruise, wh'ich was tho ..For a., and prooiptattention given ta Weddings tho month, somo wreckago hovo in sight chains aud climbed on deck. ed tho chest on board aud laid their Parties and Iturlals, a cross 6oa etovo Eefre3hingi:Bath, "Hot or Cold, and crushed her likoher auainst tho brie ,loa1 nhoart, nd when wo mado it it P. V. GRKKN, an eggshell. "I ain't denyin," Fays Bill, "that plans for riggiu light canvas forward Al HUKNS.Matiac.rr, PruprKtur. Shipmct," says Bill, "it ain't flttin I"vwi to no mo two masts ox ascnooner thero's comfort in ntaudin on solid oak aud takiu the priro into Now York, all A stylish Hair Trimjor Clean Shave, go to to go to sea jist yit, and what wo'vo got holtl together by the stays, with booms ngin, and she. ain't so bad stove, but I of which wo afterward did. Ooolc & 'Farmer's JBarber Shop, to do is pump 'er," and pump her wo a,1(i Pa,ra aml ,uaiu bcets. completo aud reckon mo could work her by rlggiu When wo sat down to tho spread on NATIONAL BARK al1 th0 halliards. somo o' our sparo canvas forrid. Jist you dock, Itosldes tho plumduff and tho A. G. Lanhaai did all that night, watch and Watch, John tl. Castleman. OF STANFOKD, KY. dry rot," says Bill, "but I leer inter tho galloy, Jack," says Bill, grog, wo had soup and salt junk'and "iloro tho other ono lashin tho raft. By morn- marmalado and coffee, and Bill said, in tho water had gained nine inches reckon wo hotter wear bhip nnd tacklo to. "aud I'll spy out tho cabin." Tho Fen bo, C1,I,U wo did so, on us, aud tho ship had settled that With that ho went rollin aft till ho cousidorin of what we'd gono through Capital Stock . much bv tho side. Bill's fam wna lnnrf.1' n"d Bill got off his togs and boardwl pitched up alongside tho stumps of tho and what wo had Iwfornus, ho'd bo will-iSurplus. to givo a small lay into tho cargo but ho allowed it warn't no nso to put tho 6ticks, with a lino about his mlddlo , mainmasL Attention of to tho fac off till tho raft was shipshapo and her and a meat knife from tho chos-- t in his "Moro dry rot, Jack, just Hko I told for a sea parson to nay grnco onto tho that this Is th ih public is invited iu Stanford only Nstinnal Hank teeth. It was an all day's job, but with ye," roared Bill, lookin back. Under the provisions of th National Hank Act grub. stores lashed proper, so wo worked and depotiturs are by the pumped till near noon and swung tho an occasional dram to kcop out tho cold , That miunto I near foil over into the When wo had cleared tho Ixvtrd, wo nock, but bv secured not onlv liability capita) the stockholders' tor wo got off tho sails and tloated tho chains, for up out of tho cabin compan- brought out tho pipes and Intey from amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ta wholo outfit overboard bv tho mizzin- ol this Institution are secured by a fund of 400,000. ! nnd lashed ono on ion behind Bill was a human head as tho chtt, and all hands Mowed wo had Five aworn mast boom and got onto it in onr oil- - II,asts en,l for statements ofthocondition of the bank are made each yearto the United States tovern-meskiu pajamcrs nnd plenty to lm thankful for. tho Nancy ' onr starboard sido with tho boom across bald as a grape shot. &CASTLEMAJN in timo to 6eo hor goclear ofbow ou. and Its examined at stated tiraoa tIm storn aml t,)0 ot,lur to lMtt wJtl ,lt,r down "What tho h 1," says tho head, "I'ui( a plain sailonnan," hays Bill ty covernment assets are thus secunneadditiloca agents, across thobows, and with tho gaffs and Bill was that skarcd, being power- Marlinl'"and n yo hcavo ho, but when 1 snd perfect safety 10 When I asked Bill what tho nature 'worn MANAGERS, This onsinally eslibllshed of his engagement with Hawkins of turned up and guyed forward and rig ful superstitious, that ho started to run makes n date witli a hhipmot I'm goin Depominuitulion,Star lord In if jJ, then as tha ltank of Oo ninarca Building, Louisville Now Bedford might be, ho said it was ged with canvas wo had a craft that no and caught his too in tho main hatch for to keep it if so bo I can, and tho same ued as the National Hank ot Stanford in iS6$ and jsnind s the Ktrst National Uaak ol social aud religious aud included weariu sea could niako under, although it and rolled over on tho dock. Tho for Ligo Hawkins from Now Bedford acaia d Agents throughout the South. Msntord in iSIj, has had practically an might sweep us off. alongside and hcaviu aboard a Thanks- man camo out in his shirt, with town, aud a yo heave ho, heavo ho. " years Ills better supplied now with tacilitles for IraatactiUK business prompt "Thore,"snys ' got hor after givin dinner, and ly and liberally than ever before in Its lent Mid Looal Ageat, consent boforohahdho had tho old man's under way, with Bill sun anwo high W. A. TEIBBLS, tho hour for tho cruiso ashore. ' boncrable career Acconuta of corporations, Grms and iodividuals respecttully scllc-tetho not "sho STANFORD, KY. "I was two year shipmet with Ligo ovorsIih'k I'ort bow,nml may I1MH11lw fast, z.. bnt stanch. ...... wn'rn ..... ...,. j ..- - . nvv abound a Bedford whaler up north The Directory of this Hank is composed ol 1'oreuui Reid, Lincoln county ; Portland JJ8 and 9, aud then I 6truck him agin in for Bedford." San Francisco. Afore sun set wo sighted n ship to S. T. Harris, Llaoaln; 43 aboard a West India linio juicer in 0. A, Lackey, Lincoln; the coastin trade, ondcomin into Boston ward beatin up against tho wind, A J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. J. W. Haydtn, Stanford; on timo wo had shoro leavo togothcr whon sho camo alougsido sho hovo to S.II. Ilauehman, L.ucoln; on Thauksgivin day, and bein New Eng- and sent off a boat J. 8. llocker Stanford; I was feolin mighty chinnor at tho 4, XS94. land born of honest flshcrfolks wo kont W A. Trlbblo, Stanford; VIA tho day propor, nccordin to our lights. ' Prspect of sooing tho American ilag ... M. D. Elniore, Stanford; .. Full corps of Conservatory and Normal teachers. Superior courses fn Litmturo, Music aud Art. again, imt BUI jIarlin sat on tho chost Tho next I seen of o' Ligo after wo left T. P. Hill,Stanford.TF wi'iw'frTt r - ir ra Kxielent Hoarding DcpurtmenL Catalogues and ciicilnrs lurn s e o i app l.a lull. ;rt whywwhXEM tho linio juicor was when wo saw break-i- n nmidshijw pufllng away at his pipe. nr- inv K. L. Tanner. McKir.nev: "Lower away tho mainsail aud easo out tho Nancy's cargo alongsido tho J Ml"". ML Yemen-. S. llfcVcr, President; " Liverpool docks him his Wroari-dBillJohn J. McKoberts, Cashier; I lowered tho Fail, and tho raft laid QjjgUKVUlt HtWlSAIIT CUICAtO Rtjlt)- last day aslioro aforo tho schooner sailed A A. McKinney, Asnitant Cashlm, for Now York and long with 'im a Ka- - to, and by that timo tho boat swung alongside, night oars up, 3?tJLIiMAW3AWD stylo, and tho starchiest Yankeo mate in Do PARLOR CASS. tho stern that ovor sailed out of Boston. Call for- "Come, tumble aboard here, 1116:1," ONLY LINE PROM LOUISVILLE Or STANFOKD, KY., Fays tho airy mate, "and bo quick about Is ncwfu!ly;orf,aniied - DINING - CARS. ud ready lor Business wita RUNNING it "Thoro's no room for that chest." Whero yo bound?" says Bill Jdarlin, WRI1EJT0- -' Paid;up Capital of - - $200,000. takin out his pipo and spittiu to windK. H. BACON, D. P. A.. P. J impn fi P. a Surplus, . 2L000. Chicago, III Louisville.'Ky. ward. And Paints, "What's that to yon whero wo'ro SUCCESSOR to Tlill LINCOLN NATIONAL Denver. St. Paul. HANK OK STANFORD, bound?" growls tho mato from Boston. Now closiui; up) with the same aiseta and under "Look says Bill llartin, tho same management. Hy provisions of its chatter, depositors are "I'vo got a dato with a shipmet in Now at ..IF YOU ARE GOING... (ully protected as am dipositora in National Bedford, and your bow looks to bo onto SSr Prcscriptfohs Carefully Compounded. "Q Hanks, its shareholders bemi hiM in.i...i...u- tho wrong oud 0' tho ship. I ain't goin liaole to the extent ol the amount of their stock therein t the par value thcreol, iu addition to the back to Livorpool, and yon bettor git ......THE...... smount invested in such sharps. It may net your boathook out o' my sta'b'ard sail. " executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as ai an individual. "What timeareyonduo in Now BedOpp. CourM louse. To those who entrusted their bulsincss to ui ford 011 that timber crab?" says tho while ntnaglng the Lincoln Nationsl Haev ,j htanlojd, we we here tender our mate, laughin. thanks and truit they lll continue u trar.a..t tLi "On Thauksgivin day," sitys Bill. with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten-:. tion to sanirt our twenty years' wperwuce ta "Whenover that is." banking nndas liberal accommodations as are con. -"Well, that's tomorrow by ordor of DILL SAT riON TIIK CHKST. intent with sound banking. LOUIBVILlt i. NaSHVILIC R. Ft. naka sailormau what I'd mcbscd with tho governor of tho commonwealth of iukxctohs: nforotimo on a guano ship from Callo Massachusetts," says tho mate. Is the line for you, as its "Yon might yer reck'nin," to Frisco, and after cruisln around with J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; . II. Shauks, btaaford, thom two all tiny, bein sober, I mado says Bill. "No, " said th mato. "noro's a Bos-toJ. S. Owsley, Stanford; tho dato with Ligo aud keen tho two Make close connections at S J. LmLry, Stanford; paper a week old with tho proclamanboard tho Lightfoot, which was'n thrco LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI I J. B. Owmy, Stanlord; of her anchor then tion in it," and with'tlmt ho hovo the master and For all points. J. K. Cast , bUnford, nowspapor o'lto tho raft. and thoro for to put to sea." Is Heceiving His THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. William Gooch, Staulord; "Well, wlitif bo wo nnyway, BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Bill hovin suid them word", a green A. W. Carpenter, MllledueviUs. K says Bill, softenin. For any Informstion e j.iulre cf sea combed over his end nf tho raft, aud . ... W ir f -:- -:- -- uiiiiuius, . JOES. HICE. Agent, iipy-"Wo'ro fivo out from Boston," when ho camo up blowiu ho pulled 5. II. ihanka, President Stanford, Ky Qt W. A. McQUOWN, Tra. Pass Aent, tho glass ont of his pocket, and boldin nays the iu;l Dr. J. B. UwsJey, Caihler, Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Junction City, Ky np agin a head ail it up ho Bays, eyiu it careful: "Sho's W.M. Hrlght, Teller. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa BILL MAItLIN'S Tir i gono np fivo points, ,Taclc KincowoBhip-pod- , and I 'low sho's modoratin. What iunrtor, vimi in?" IIow o T kumv? Halu,t L tho old inim pot the compass?" PENNJ n Dentist. rc-n- .l J. B. 6 OR 8 PAGHS. rrw (,imv jQSKSSRO s -- All Kinds of Coal; Stanford, dmiH-tio- ITOTICE ,i I n per-islic- d -v ,...w ..., $500,000.00 to Low ss Vet-tibu- ie P- - Blue-Gra- ss u JOITES BROS,, sea-woo- r n Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford. THE RILEY HOUSE k. PrtWdiPF J ! Pure w.mSFm'v u-r. XmJm, j- ! ttvy n msTirezA pry v m.&ss'y a Wyi, J i n 3. CABPEWTER, PRICE, MeR-bert- s S."vvJ IIOtJSE STABX.K n KinaT-OLAs- h all , I FIRST ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. it" $200,000 n 21,300 Insurance BARBEE Company v ! nt I dcr-'tor- j. bald-heade- fts tldu-ctan- d. loo-au- d Stanford Female College. NextjSessIon Begins Tuesday, Sex. World's Fair Record. CHICAGO .-. -- mMm -- mm J mau-o'-w- DRUG STORE -- I farmers Bank&Trnst I 1 Window Glass, Putty, ANB 8 ILMffiTOS BOKg 9 rOBTH WEST, W. B. McROBERTS, IMS- - H.6.R0PLEY,-e- Bouble Daily Trains n iPwtoi1Slte AND ship-met?- " , FALL WINTER GOODS. "A-benti- u !t-- ,- fcJfi;tvBB(.i J" ' -- ijrWilWMU- -- , avv