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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894120401 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. J, X ,"- - '(-j- fe 'W-- V vol. xxii. Binco Semi Weekly Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1894. NEWSY NOTES. do-featCa-Bo- NO. 78 '4 h Tho Ynlo foot ball team defeated the CRAB ORCHARD. Princetons 21 to Oat New York SaturTho Stato College football team College Home moves along pleasant-- y day. tho Central University 3S to 0. and prosperously, with new accessions county. Tho successful candidates Tho expenditures of thp government 1'i.ouisvillo B. W. Twyrnan broko and their frlondn havo ceased to exult of for tho last five months have exceeded the 21 hour record by nding 382 miles every week. Mrs. Martha L. Harris nronrietreia less 3d feet. tho income fu:.710,2o5. their victory nnd tho anguish of tho Tho wife und three children of Hen- - nf tlm Tfltrrfa fTrtnoa tanntluatnt ,li.r.l Threo masked men caught and hung has apparently subsided. Tho old Hoy water mill threo mlloa a winohotise keeper near Albuquerque, i(y M,,(,rn wo burned to death in their somewhat better at present. ' . . . Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Stephens enterII iruinu in unicngo. anove ucro, which was minion down. ? . ai. ior no Known cause. A bill Iihs been intoduced In Green Atkina, witnena in a whisky BOtno time ago, line been lately rebuilt, by the Ala tained a number of.friendH on ThanksPierce it Grlder and is now in flno oper-- 1 cane, was shot by Charles While testify bama Ligialaturo to prohibit match, giving day and from reports their table groaned under many good things of the games of atlon (or grinding corn. Sown time in tho log In a courtroom at Mt Sterling, v Win. CourtH.iyi rtged and prominent season. grinding Honjamln Mills, of FlotninKsburir, is luturo It may bo prepared for At tliis writing wo aro having a very wheat. When it was first started it 100 years of bro, and celebrated tho occa. citizen of Logmi county, dropped dead bON'T ACCEPT IttlTATIONS. acceptable and long desired rain, though from heart failure. THE PROOTER GAMBLE CO CINTI. wouldn't go. It threw tho meal back to slon with a blgThankngivlng dinner. A negro chaplain will likely pray for during the extreme drouth we fiavrfbeen ward the hopper and soon "choked." iJnstles from a toothbrush used by Congress next session in the place of tho blessed with an inexhaustible supply of Grider, who had been used to running Dr. G. It. Fortiner, of Camden. N. J. pure water. steam mills, was puzzled and Bent for hIH lodged in his throat andilually caused minu preacher, Milburn. Our town is quiet, peaceful and orTho graud jury at Louisville fonnd I partner, Mr. It. T. Pierce, to holp him out tils death. of his dilemma. Pierce, though n mill The longest distunco a letter can be 51 indictments for violation of tho elec- derly, nnd wo sincerely wish that it may J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. continue on the up grade until it ranks owner for ruauy years, but never had oirrled within the limits of the United tion laws at the November election. A Detroit dentist, who inadvertent- among tho first in cultivatinn,refinement run one, was of the opinion that tho cogs States is from Key West Fla , to Ouna, 4, 1894. ly pulled tho wrong tooth for n lady pa- and morality. ought to be cut out and a band applied Alaska, 0,271 miles. Bro. Briney preached a most excelin their placo. Gilder' contended that Enough members of tho Toxas Leg- tient, has been compelled to pay her Full corps of Conservatory and Normal teachers. Superior crurses in Literature, Music and Art. lent discouree upon Thanksgiving Day, Excellent Hoarding Department. Caialogues and ciiculars turn shed on application. tho water should bo turned off and islature are instructed for Hon. Horaco $500 damages. Japan hns rejected China's terms of Ho and Bro. Anderson conducted sersteam applied. Unablu to agree, an old Clinton to insure his olection to the peace Bubmitted through tho citizen was called in to umpire ttio case United Suites Senate. American vices in tho Baptist church, and every Ministers, and has in turn submitted a ono present went away feeling that "it who had seen water mills run before and Tho London Echo Bays: Hon. Ed was good to have been there." ho decided that iho mill was geared the Parkor, of this placo is a candidate for MIbb Mary Leavel, of Garrard Co., is Representatives of $20,000,000 of capwrong way and recommended a change. tho oilico of Sergeant of the ital engaged in tho manufacture of plate tho guest of Mr. D. B Edmiston and famThe gearing was changed and it now noxt Houso of Congress. Tho ofllclal list of tho next Houso of glaes will meet at Pittsburg Tuesday to ily. Mr. John Brooks had the pleasui-runs to perfection. of taking Thanksgiving dinner at homo -- Walker II. itell, of Fryo'a creek, In- Representatives shows 214 republicans-10- form a combination. forms ua that tbero wero 15 acres of ineatatecan.not,impo6fl a tax by with his mother, sister and other friends democrats, aix populists and ono way of license upon the privilege of sell- who had gathered to give him welcomo. , White Hurley tobacco cultivated this There is one vacancy. Fancy-GroceriesMrs. Jnol Cooper, daughter of Col. -- Of tho 218 democrats In the present ing a patent right, held Judge Barr In year on his farm which will turn out O. A. Hedd, returned this week to her an opinion delivered. 30,000 or 35,000 pounds and that it is of Houhkj 83 have bneo re elected, bnt maGov. Flower hna refused the remits!- - home in Livingston, after a visit of some tlnt-a- t ny will havo to run thoCz.r Itiod gauntquality. Tlda tobacco was the tion for John I). Rockefeller and other letiitth to her friends hre. Mrs. Jas. raised by two tenants from Kenton coun- let in order to reuch their Beats. Will open his Immense Stock of ThomaB Dunn English, the author Standard Oil oillcials indicted in Texaa King and Miss Bishop, of Preacherevillo ty who know all about cultivating and handling tho article, and to whom all of "lien Holt," was defeated forCongrees. for violation of .tho State law. are visitors in our little town. Mrs. Gus Hofmann and little son Thurman Balling, Jesse Snyder, and tho credit is duo. Two hogsheads will hut then ho can choor up, for the author Bill Karris, members of tho Cook gang, Frank aro visiting friends in Louisville. Lo shipped to tho Louisville market next of "Sweet Mario" was not elected. The Alabama Legislature in joint were sentenced at Fort Smith, Ark., the Miss Annie Austin, a very estimable week and sold as Casey county tobacco. Ills tenants aro intelligent, enterprising selon olectod John T. Morgan to buc first to 30 years and tho other two to 20. young lady from Garrard Co., has been Mrs. Sarah Brady, of Indianapolis, sadly missed from her accustomed placo citizens. So It will bo seen that though ceed himself as United States Senator for wuuu Huiienng irom neuralgia, took two in College Home during the past week. tho fine timber of Casoy county has been the air years beginning March 0, 1S95. - On At Sevierville, Tonn., W. II. Gass email opium pills. Her husoand awoke Her return will be hailed with pleasute considerably culled, and that trade is not bo brisk as it usod to be, yet there are entered tho bedroom of J A. Henderson next morning to find his wife a corpse by her many friends. many undeveloped profitable resources and blow out the latter'a brains. Hen- uy ma Blue. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. For the year ending Juno 30, '04, the left to our county yet. Kvon on tho beet derson was accused of intimacy with the salaries of members and other expenses Cows. Want to winter; best of care. This Stock has been selected with great care and any and everything ridge land of the knobs, Mr. Marquis I wife of Gass. At Toledo, O., the extensive hlcyclo of the House amounted to $1)30,030, of A. G. Huffman, Stanford. Moore, late of Franklin county, who has from a cheap Toy to a most Elegant Present can be found. Wm. Rue and & Son's Gambonito a small colony of his relatives around factory of tho Lozicr Manufacturing which $250,539 wai for the hire of memhas lowered his record to 12:10. him, informs us that ho can raise the fin- Company, aald to be the becond largest bers' clerk?. John Traynor, tho youpg man who est quality of wrappers, but the tobacco of its kind in tho world, was burnod with Robert J. has beaten 2:10 oftener killed Distiller Iko Davidson and badly han any other horeo en the tnrf. will not bo as heavy as that raised on 25,000 bicycles. They will be sold Astonishingly Low. George Baker bought of John AnTho Pennsylvania system of railroads wounded Low Sharpo in tho tragedy enfarm. Your Mr. Boll's fine blue-gracorrespondent, who was raised by ex- handled, says its annual report 85,000,000 acted in Lexington several weoks ago, derson a small bunch of hogs at 4c. F. B. TWIDWELL. V Frank Holtzclaw bought in the Gilpert old Virginia tobacco raisers, and paneongera on its lines east and weat of was acquitted by a jury who had heard Hustonville, Ky. his case before Judge Bullock. berts Creek Section, a lot of fat hogs at worked in It in his early youth, has al- Pittsburg and f'M,000,000 for tickets A negro farm hand enticed A. B. 3jc. ways been conscious that Caaej would through 1,200 agents. Leigh from his home, near Newman, Ga., Montie Fox bought of 8. T. Harris Tuo Director of the Mint estimates be a fine tobacco county if it had citizens grade it that the amount of gold used in the murdered him and returned to the houso two car loads of 1,500 pound cattlo at 4 who knew how to handle it and according to modern jisage. wnolo world for monetary purposes is to assault his unprotected wife and two to 4 J c. A Traverse (Mien.) man has sold whilo tho amount of silver danghteis. One of the daughters seized To the Memory of E. Hume Carter. a shot gun and fired at tho negro, who bis applo crop this year for $10,000 and 1b M,055,700,000. bo used After an illness of over a year, E, Five and f tons of diamonds, returned the shots, but without hitting his cherries for $3,800. The Richmond Register says J. W. llutno Carter, passed away without a valued at from f 150,000,000 to 1200,000,-00- the young woman. The bruto is still at largp. Gass sold his farm of 240 acres on tho struggle about &30 o'clock on Sunday have been taken from tho famous In reversing a decision of the Lee Richmond pike, nine miles from Lexingnight, Novotnbor 18, 1894. Kimberly, South Africa diamond mines Circuit Court, Involving the law prohib- ton for $12,000. Just on tho verge of manhood, ho was slnco their; d'ecovery in 1871. iting tho payment of employes in checks J. C. Caldwell, of Boyle, sold to J. Has the most complete stock of General Merchandise in the East cut down In tho morning of life and with Tho City Council of Paris has conor orders on stores, the Court of Appeals W. llales, of Madison, 203 End of the county and at unprecedented low prices. Full line of Stad blest assurances of a Savior's love. What tracted for 140 gas lights at $2,840 per holds that reasonable ple j maybe cattle at 5c. The lot brought Mr. O. the a aolace to bleeding hearta is the knowl- yor, and 20 arc light at f 1,700 beryear. fixed, and if an empioyo applies between snug sum of $10,000. edge of his perfect resignation to; God's Tho light nre to burn till 1 o'clock, and for an order tho law does not Monto Fox, of Boyle, bought for will, though anxious to live. Yes, he tho contracts aro for five years. prohibit the employer from giving it. Goldsmith 17 export cattle of G. O. wished to live, and why not? IIo (cerEvery member of the new Kansas The Bchool teachers of Bell county of Garrard, at 5. They were extainly had much to make life a pleasure congressional delegation is a lawyer, and are in a blew, particularly thoee who do tra good ones and averaged 1,824 lbs. to him, with loving parents and sister to all except one wero brought up on farms. Clothing,, Men's, Youth's and Children's, The yield of corn in Kentucky tho makG smooth the rugged pathsjof life. Tho exception is Charles Curtis, who is not hold certificates, and.tlieroarea large He was a patient sutlerur and his tho only man in tho delegation born in numbor of them. County Superintend-ou- t past season is estimated at 67,892,301 McCoy has received a letter from bushels, a falling off from tho crop of thoughts seemed to be entirely for oth- Kaunas. Of tho coined gold In tho United State Superintendent Thompson stating 1893 of nearlyono million bushnls. ers and not self; seeming to havo'a conthat no teacher can draw pay .from tho A Bhip cleared from San Francisco fiding faith as to his future ntuto and ad- States tho Federal Treasury holds Stato without holding a certificate. Tho last week with over 2,000,000 bushels of Mothers, if you want the best all wool suit of clothes at Js2 ever offerand tho people hold 00,iSl,o03. monishing all who were with him to live wheat aboard bound for Liverpool. It ed for boys from 5 to 14 years old, do not fail to see them. Boots right, accept his Savior and meet him In Of the coined silver dollars tho TreaRtiry teachers will lose their time. The annual report of tho Secretary is said to be the larpest cargo ever taken. and Shoes a specialty. A well selected stock always on holds J3!l5,332,73S, and tho people Heaven, not falling to remember thoee hand. Our of War bIiowh that the last year has Been Strayed or stolen from my farm a $i.Soand $2 Dongola Shoes can not be excelled. near and dear, who were not present, Nothing better Henry Simppern, of Wlnfleld, was tho largest movement of troops Binco the dark sorrel mare, 3 years old, with star than our ladies and children's oil grained Dongola Shoe,s. with messages of earnest solicitude. Oh, The very civil war. Still, good management saved in forehead. Any information of same what happiness and comfort is alforded murdered by George Wilinnn, his Shoe for winter. A nice line of the Forwood Shoe Mfg. Col's Boots with a hatchet, because he in- half a million dollars on Balariesand con- will be thankfully received. D. W.Van-dovee- r. and Shoes on hand. Nothing to his devoted parents in those manifesbetter made and at reasonable prices. terfered when Wilmnn whs beating his tingent expenses of the Department. tations of his Abiding faith. Though Call and see our stock before making your fall and winter purchases. Monroo Salisbury Bays that Alix of a stay for their declining years, wife, who In the murdered man's Bister. Secretary Lamout recommouds an increase in the army to 30,0jo by a return will trot in 2:02 nnd Direct will pace in It will cost you nothing to look and we take pleasure in showing our feel that he Is "safe in the There aro thread) of lynching. they can but A negro convicted of criminal assault to tho act of 1S70, which will give an In- 2:00 next Reason. The old gentleman goods. farms of Jesus." Hume confessed his Respectfully, W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. faith early in life ami always triedto livo at Atlanta has been sentenced to be crease of 10 per cent, in number, an in- his proven himself to be a mighty good hanged. This will bo tho first legal exe- crease of 20 per cunt, in efficiency at an guebuer when boms are in question. he life of a consistent Ohristian, acting Tho Secretary of Agriculture in his part nobly and well, but never will cution for the crime in Goorgia, and tho increase o hut 0 per cunt m cost of maintenance. his annual report shows that farm pro for haviiig pursuit of such policy generally would lug to receive commendation reduce tho number of lynching. done his duty. Mre. Krauk llugneudiedut her homo ducts furnished 72.5S per cent, of the to The Ilryson Mountain, Mingo Moun- near McKiuuey last week after a pro- tal exports from tho United Statos last To you, kind, patient! fcther, mother and sister, I would that I could imprees tain and Fork Riduo Coal & Coke Compa- tracted illness of that dread disease, con- year, the aggregate valuo being J028.000,-00yon with what a beautiful, rich legacy of nion closed down their mines last night, sumption. Besides her husband she left Richard Croker, of Now York, is aflYction and true fidelity to God he has and between 800 and 1,000 men are three daughters, none of whom aro eaid to have at least 3500,000 invested in left you. True to his conviction?, kind thrown out of employment. Tho caiuo grown. Stie was a devout member of tLo horses nnd turf and breeding property, to all nnd withal a sincere Ohristian, was tho raising of freight rates on tho K. Baptist church. whilo his racing Btable contains winners O. G. & L. whose radionce will ever beam brightly Ed Corrigan Is thinking of holdh a A foot-bateam at Southbridge, trotting meetings at Hawthorne Park, that havo eurnod nearly $200,000 for their in the memories of all who know him. 3 owner. A life to be desired by all of us and an Mass., while on ita way to tho grounds Chicago. W. Hedges bought of J. W, J. example worthy of imitation by our (or a game, loaded in a largo wagon, was A Quartor Contury Test. 11 cattle that averaged 2,022 run Into by a train. Two of tho players For a quitter ot a century Dr. King's New Dli. pounds, at 5.23. children. These cattle wero phowero killed outright, two wero fatally covery hai been tested anil the millions who have Dinnc'r Sets, Chamber Sets, &c, all go at Cost till that date. received beiufit from its ue testily to Its wondertographed by L. Grinnan, and attracted Wisconsin Central Lines. injured nnd four or five others may die ful curative powers in all diseases of the Throat, large ciowd. They were shipped ThursChest and Luncs. A remedy that baa stood tha Through lino from Chicago to St. Pan of their injuries. n univor-n- l sttis- test so lenifnnil that day, and will bo exported to Germany. and Minneapolis, making close connecbottle ts positivelaclioo is no experiment.-Ily order of Judgo Barr, of the Fedly guaranteed to give relief or the money will he Paris Kentuckiau. tion (no transfer) with lines running to eral Court, a hospital for Its sick and dm refunded. Il is udmitted to be the most rellablo C. Alexander, the Paris banker and all points in Minnesota! North avid South ablod employes will bo built by the for Coughs and Colds. Trial bottles free at A. 11, Penny's drug store. Large size yc and$t. raiser, bus Bold to M. Goldsmith 545 head Idaho, Oregon, 'Cali- uueaapeake, Uhio and Southwestern at Dakota, Montana, M of Durham cattlo, averaging over 1,800 It May Do as Much for You fornia, and Pacific Coast points. Tho di- Paducah. Over $20,000 of the a tun to bo Mr. Fred .Mi lor ol Irving. 111. writes that he pounds, tho lot bringing nbout $00,000 rect line to all points in Eastern, Middle, thus expended was raised by assessing had a Severe KIdnoy trouble for many years, bacic with severe that his Northern and Western Wisconsin, Ash tho employes monthly for a hospital blidder was pains m hisHe triedand also ss called They will bo shipped to Paris, France; affected. many My stock of Kidne.t cures but without any good result. About London and Liverpool, and are for the land, Duluth and all Lake Superior fund. Tho annual report of tho Cominis-eiono- r a year ao he began useol Ktectilc Hitters and Christmas market. dally through trajn serpoints. Double found relief at once. Electric Hitters is of Internal Reyonuo shows that adapted to euro ot all Kidney and Liverespecially Faulconer & Rue claim January 24, troubles equipment. For full 8 vice with and olten gives almost instant relief. One trial particulars address any ticket agent in in point of receipta by States, Kentucky will prove our statement. Price only 50c, lor 2o and 20 as tho dates for their ninth At A. R Penny's Drug atore. combination sale of horse and jack stock tho United States or J. C. Pond, general holds second rank for tho past fiscal year, arge bottles. tho sum paid in amounting to 121,303,. at Maple Shade Kindergarten. J. C. passenger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. Buciiln'a Arnica" Salve. 030. Illinois was first with $30,042,233, delivered this morning to J, W. The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruiscss Caldwell Since his marriago Gen. Clay has and Now York third with $18,272,111. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- Bales 203 head of export cattle that aver Shoes, &c, is now complete Call and see me. chilblains, corns and all skin kept White Hall barricaded, fearing that The total collections were 147,103,440, a ped hands, It positively cures piles, or no Day reamr aged 1.5S0 pounds. They were sold d. It is guaranteed to give perfect satistacttos ' aomn tlrriH iilo at fivi r.,i.tH n.- .,.,.! his girl wife would bo abducted by Lis decrease aa compared with tho jear trico 35 cents per box, U money refunded. r" ,uuuu of $13,830,540. and brought Over 110,000. Ad VOCate. For sale oy A. R. Penny, SunJord, Ky. relatives. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY, the olection everything Is running in tho usual rut in Liberty and f 14 foot-bal- l. 99&b . PURE Stanford Female College. Ncxt;Scsslon Begins Tuesday, Sep. il ' counter-propositio- n. at-Ar- o F.B.Twidwell HTTSTOITVIIiIiSJ, K"?., 1 te. Dealer la Drugs, Medicines, Silverware, &c. anti-tru- st Holiday-:- - Goods DECEMBER 1, 1894. First Pick & Choice. Come Early and Get ss l 13,90-3,900,000-, one-hal- W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. ij 0, 1,580-poun- pay-day- s pay-da- ys Gil-lispl- Dry Goods, Dress Goods, At the New Tariff Prices. ISl,-410,10- 1, $50,-413,07- brother-in-- law, bo-re- ft At Cost Till Dee. 1 '94. 0. ll Queensware, ..09lGlasswar I Fer-Kuso- n, amnc &C """T FARRIS & HARDIN. WAlJu rGB I3 flrst-cla6- Clothing. Furnishing Ms, Boots crup-oion- s. be-'o- ro H. J. MdEOBERTS. -- Vs. ir t SgAJrsjtjtfrii MMMNiMafeiiMI 2 '' V'm "V" ' ' Hi i Tns old war governor of Georgia has destruction, Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1804 Stanford Ky., Deccmuer 4, W. P. WALTON. . t t s fc i 11 8 I r 3 - , & Tiikhk is no reason for apology, wo nro Bure, for devoting bo much of this Ikjuo to the visit autl lecture of Gen. John B. Gordon. It is not often that a town of the size of Stanford ia honored with ao distinguished a guest and wo for one are duly appreciative of it. What a wonder ful man ia Gordonl And how nobly has ho acted hia part in every station in life to which he Iibb been called! St the breaking out of the war he was running a mine in Georgia. The minors and other mountaineers raised a company and elected him captain. They hurried off to 'Atlanta, fearing that the war would be over before they could take a hand. Reaching the capital, tho company presented a most picturesquo appeal-ancno two men being dressed alike, though all either wore coon Bkin caps or coons' tails attached to their hat3. Marching down the street, some one asked Capt, Gordon, what company that was. "The Mountain RUles," he proudly replied, when the answer came, "Moun. tain H la. Those are the Raccoon Rjnghs." And this name stuck to the company through the war. With io military training whatever, .Capt. Gordon entered the army the greenest kind of a soldier. But his indomitable will and his wonderful genius caused him to at once forge to the front and he was rapidly promoted till he reached the high' rank of lieutenant general and became Gen. Lee's most trusted assistant, all before he was 33 years of agel Tho war over he accepted the conditions in good faith and his people delighting to honor him made him their represents-- tive in the U. S. Sennte. He has tilled the office most acceptably for two terms, evincing as much statesmanship in peace as he showed genius and heroism in war. He will voluntarily retiro from public office next March to spend tho remainder of hia days on his large eBtato near Atlanta engaged in the peaceful pursuits of a planter. He was great in war, great in peace and he will ever be grpat in the grateful hearts of the Southern people for whose eakes he bears the ecars of eight wounds, received in battle for the cauBe he thought was just. May his last days be hia best days and when the fiaal bugle shall sound may be cross o'er the river and restjwith the immortal Jackson, under the shade of the trees, o, answered tho last summons. Senator Joseph E Brown died at Atlanta, Friday, aged 73 Ho was a horse in hia day and during the war put an army of 10,000 men in tho fiild, besides doing many other things for tho advancement of the Southern cfcuse. Four times elected governor nnd twice a U.S. Senator, his hold on tho hearts of tho people was wonderful, though ho forfeited some of the lovo for him by acting with the republicans a short time after tho war. At the time of his death, he was president of the Western & Atlanta railroad and ia reputed to have been one of tho richest men in the S6uth. be good news to everybody to hear that Kentucky has resumed the payment of her debts after a practical suspension of four months. The warrants for the school teachers' pay, salary nud other demands took out over a million the first day, and unless tho sheriffs are unusually prompt the supply of cash may soon he exhausted. It will privations and Bufferings tried men's souls in the Last Days that of tho Confederacy, Interspersed hero and thero with lively anecdote nnd tho grim humor of camp and battle field, to relievo tho strain of horror created by tho depicturo of the the terriblo ordeala though which tho brave men passed. Referring to tho visit of Gun. Lee's army to Pennsylvania, tho speaker humorously said that tho Johnnies believed in social reciprocity aud wanted to pay back somo of the numerous visits of yaukee soldiers to them and to get something to eat. The reception at Gettjs-bur- g was decidedly warm, but it was not of that naturo to make the bojs long to protract their viBit. In fact tho intention to npend tho summer underwent a change and they returned oven more nnirnrlv nnil n trlll'rt leM clieOrfulU' hd GEN. JOHN B.GORDON g LecDelivers His ture to a Delighted Audience. Soul-Stirrin- His Visit to Stanford U&do Momcrablo in ManyWajrs. A QRAMD MAN: A GRAND TrtE visit of Gen. THME I Judge Gcffv, the old kangaroo elected to the supreme bench bjrpeople who ought to be disfranchised, went to Louisville the other day and created as much of a sensation as a Comanche Indian would and was regarded as much of a show as a whole cage of monkeys. The jedge" talked very knowingly, but murdered the Queen's English with apparently no regard of the horror it gave his hearers. Tho old man is evidently stuck on himself and tries to get himse'f up to look like Abe Lincoln, to whom he has bfcn told he bears a resemblance. Gov, Oatks was inaugurated governor of Alabama Saturday with the usual ceremonies. Kolb, tho usurper and all around nuisance, had himself and staff sworn in by a notary and made his inaugural address from tho tail end of a wagon. His performancqwns regarded as a farce and little or no attention given to it, though tho military was on hand in sufficient numbers to quiet things had there bean any attempt at violence. With a majority of 140 over tho democrats the republicans ought to be pos sessed of enough magnanimity to discourage the Congressional contests that are being filed for tho seats of the democrats fairlv elected. Already 2S contests hayo been entered and it is likely before tho thing gets through that the seats of the entiie 104 will bo contested. There ia nearly $3,000 in every contest for the contestant whether be wins or loses. TriB last words of George Centre before the ropo cut off bis articulation at Belleville, 111., were, "Oh, that woman makes me tired !" She had assisted him in the murder of her husband, when ho discovered their liaBon, and she was permitted to bo present at the execution and his words were in reSho ia yet to sponse to her "good-bye.be tried and may also feel tho halter draw. for-oy- er " ft' . In moat of tho States a the drawer of a noto has three days in which to pay it after it falls due, which aro called days new constitution of New York just adopted wipes them out and there the debtor will bavo to walk up to the captain's office and settle on the day named, or have his credit impaired by it going to protest. of grace. The paper, spiced with a variety to cover any kind of taste, the Cincinnati Enquirer is If you want a newspaper as is a newej proa k the one you aro looking for. Seo its pectus ia another column. Its twice-a-wee- edition is just tho thing for rural readers, who want to keep fully posted on events at a nominal cost. Congress is on the president's bands again and yesterday ho submitted to it his annual mwaago, which is said to bo a very long document and to treat exhaustively the financial question. to Stanford must have proved as pleasant to him as it will ever bo a delightful memory to all who heard him toll in his matchless way of tho Last Days of tho Confederacy and the more fortunate ones who enjoyed social intercourse with him and felt the power of his magnetic perA delegation consisting of sonality. Col. W, G- - Welch, Maj. J. W.Alcorn and others met the distinguished ex confederate soldier and the no less distinguished Statesman of a reunited country, at Junction City and escorted him to Stanford where a carriaga was in waiting to convey him to tho handsome nnd elegantly furnished home of Judge Alcorn. After giving the general an hour or two to rest and recuperate from a long journey, he was presented to n number of soldiers and other friends whom Judge Alcorn had invited to meet his guest, and then at 5:30 dinner was announced. And such a din ner! The tablo was beautifully decorated with fruits and flowers and aa course after course was served tho wonder grow over what would come next. Oysters on the half shell, turkey stuffed with oysters, ham, other meats, salads, French peas, Roman punch, cakes, ices, fruits, coffee and numerous other good things to please the tasto and tickle the palate composed tho menu, the direction and preparation of which gave further evidence of Mrs. Alcorn's skill in that line aud increased her reputation for a knowledge, of just what to have and how it should be prepared for a dinner complete in all its appointments. With the veterans largely in tho majority the conversation was principally of war times and the incidents and reminiecen-sa- s were intensely interesting. Gen. Gordon has the moat complete veneration for Gen. Lee we have over known one man to possess for another, and tbo little insights which he gave of the mind and heart of the most remarkable character of one of the greatest sol diers ever known, gave his bearers a still greater love for the man, who wbb so great nnd yet so modest and unassuming. Two houra sped by in the enjoyment of the feast of good things and a flaw of soul and then it was nearly time to repair to the hall. With expressions of gratitude to the host and loving adieus to his honored guests, the happy party took its leave. Thanks to tho taste, skill and patience of Mrs. Pamelia Brown, the stage at Walton's Opera House had been transformed into a thing of beauty. Around the opening of the stage white bunting was intertwined with vines and bows of blue and gray, while pendant from the centre were the words in evergreen letters, "No North, No South." Potted plants of blooming flowers, evergreens and cut flowers were tastefully placed on tho handsomely carpeted stage and every thing was arranged with true artistic instinct. A Federal flag, the property of Mrs. J. M. Hubbard, and kindly loan, ed by gracefully over all and the tout ensemble formed a most perfect picture. One of the largest and decidedly tho most intelligent and cultivated audiences that ever filled the house had gathered and shortly after 8 o'clock Judge J. W, Alcorn presented tbo lecturer with this brief, but expressive and appropriate introduction: L&diks and Gbntlkmbn: All of you, I know, agreo with me that his reputation as a soldier, so well won in the days of the Confederacy, and bis exalted reputation throughout the United States as the noblest type of the American Statesman, patriot and orator, aro, of themselves a sufficient introduction of Gen. John B. Gordon to this audience. lAfter gracefully acknowledging tho happy introduction and expressing the gratification it gave him to address auch a magnificent Kentucky audience, Gen. Gordon launched into bis subject and for two houra held bis hearers almost d as he eloquently, feelingly and beautifully told of the days of death, John B. Gordon her.-hun- g spell-boun- how many of tho horses, almost as largo as the hujje barns of the thrifty Dutch population of Pennsylvania, found their way into tho Confederate camps. Ho mado no inquiry into the cause, content to think that it was either from a sympathy for tho Confederates or tho of southern conscript laws. Ono day a Dutchman approached tho speaker very excitedly and Baid: "You have my mare." "Well," Baid the goneral, "we t manv horsea in the hum lfidt n simply a game of South nnd this is Observing tho Dutchman's grief, he kindly offered to glvo him an order on President Lincoln for the price of the mare or pay him for her in Confederate money, but the Dutchman didn't like that kind of money and waa auspicious of the speaker's ability to draw successfully on tho president. In tearful desperation the dependent of Holland finally Baid' "I've been marrit dree tinx s and I would not give that maro for a'l dose vimmins." This argument waa too much for the general and he gave the the Dutchman his mare. The general then paid tho highest to the noblo patriotism of a Penn sylvania womau wbom he called tto Heroine of the Susquehanna," and then in thoughts that breathed and words that burned told of the fortitudo and self sacrifice of our own Southern women. It was tho Bame North and South, tho degree of enthusiasm differing only according to the temperament of the women of tho two sections. The eeneral next told a remarkable atory of how he had thought he saw Gen. Barlow die from a desperate wound at Gettysburg and how the Federal who had recovered, had Been the name of Gen. Gordon among the killed at another battle; of how they met 17 yeara afterward at Washington where tho changes of life had taken him aa U. S. Senator from bia beloved State of Georgia, at the bouse of a friend, '"each presenting to tho other indisputablo evidence of the resurrection of tho dead and life eternal," after surprises and mutual explanations had been indulged in. The lore and affection begun in this way was bayond expression and such as he hoped would bind together the hearts of the gray veterans of the 'GOa and their decendants long after they had Tho Horso Snow veterinarian answered the last bugle call summoning Allx as sound as a newly milled them to their last camping ground dollar. the skies. Arion, 2:07J, will not be campaigned The absolute confidence of tho officers next year, but will spend the full season OF and soldiers in Gen. Lee's infallibility us iu the stud. a commander was not in tho slightest Thirty-eigh- t Rons of Electioneer are diminished by hia failure ut Gettys- credited ao being the sires of new 30 burg, which confidence in a comman- performers. Tho old horse himself der was nover equalled except perhaps has 10 for thisyenr. Orrln Ilickok by tho army that followed Joe Johnson says that Directum has earned $13,000 As wc must vacate the rooms in a very short while, our stock must be from Dalton to Atlanta. this season. Speaking of tho scones along the Rapi Several records were lowered and lau. in Virginia, called by courtesy h one trotter added to the 2:30 list at Cecil-lia- n river, and not much wider than this hall, Park, Danville, Friday. The 2:30 tho general told of many amusing inci trot or pace was won by Allietta, by Our thousands of friends dents of the "National Commerce" car Garabetta Wilkes in 2:2o. He is a two- ried on by the pickets, who exchanged year-olll trot or pace fell Tho yankeo coflee for rebel tobacco and got to Rosa 8., a chestnut mare by U.r.Clay; so familiar that they waded across tho heat best time 2:23. Tho second To come and get some Grand Bargains of Remembrance. stream and exchanged visits in truo so was taken by Pattie Bollo. DdLong, a by Gambetta Wilkes, was style. Tho armies wore so close to cial gether that the music of the bands on put in'the 2:30 list. liesiflcf, being used for enMro gowni either side waa plainly heard by the oth er. Ono evening after drill and a calm or parts of tho costume, tho now pertwilight was settling over tbo scene a forated cloths aro employed for trimming tho bodico and bordering tho nkirt Federal band played several national airs hem or ovcrskirr, which were cheered by the ConfederPolk's best Tomatoes $1. 1 o per doz. cans. Gfanulatcd sugar 20 Tho reps of tho new shot nnd ribbed ates. It then played Dixie, when all velvots aro softer and richer looking pounds for $ 1. Green coffee 20c. Pickles 5c dozen. RollcdOats 5c along tho rebel lines a yell of Relight than ever, but tho chief distinguishing rent the air. This waa lolioweu ny foaturo is found in tho exquisite mix-tur- a pound. Coal Oil 10c a gallon. Soda (bulk) 5c a pound. "Home Sweet Homo" and a solemn and of color effected in tho weaving. imprcasiyo silence fell upon all sldea. Boof cater crowns aro again fashion-abl"Among what other people under the with oithor tint or rolled brims, sun,, inquired the general, "except tho and liko tho long popular English walk- Heavy trace chains formerly 75c, now 50c per pair. Hunter's and American people broadened by this ing hats aro trimmed with n simplicity Tin Rim Sifters 10c. Prunes 10c a pound. Evaporated pears 10c a heaven guided and heaven protected re- whioh should characterize all hats in- pound. Evaporated Peaches 10c a lb. 1,000 Matches for 5c. tended for utility purposes. Now York public, could such a scene bo possible?" These are not leaders, but a few prices given in a nut shell how The slaughter of the battles in the Wil- Post. we sell every thing. derness, and the killing of the immortal For rheumatism I haro found nothing equal to Stonewall JackBon, whom he paid a trib- Chamberlain'! Pain Balm It relelves the pain at Young, Weat Liberty, as ute worthy of that greatest of military soonVa. applied. J. W.relief It affords is alone W. The prompt geniusts, were depicted with maater worth many times tba coat 50 cents. Its conUn-ue- p use wiucfftct a permanent enre. hand and at tho mention of Jackflon's For tale by Dr. S. U. Hocker, druggist, Stanford. name tho audience broke into prolonged applause. Gen. Leo had Bent Gen. GorMr. Ira P. Wetmore, prominent real etsto don to hold Spotsylyanla C. H., as he of San Aneelo, Texas, hai used Chamlxulaln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoe Remedy In his famknow that Gen. Grant would consider ily fnr icveralyoars aa occasion required, and alShould be considered when ycu go to buy. Every article I sell is says: "I fiud it a ways that his beat etrategetic point nnd would perfectwith perfect success, lie troubled with colic cure for our baby wheu not move there. Lee's estimate of Grant was or dysentery. I now feel that my outfit Ishorn the best that can be had for the complete without a bottlo of this ixsmedy at fulfilled. He did moye thoro and in aud or on a trip awaylrmn borne." For sale by Dr. S, G. Hocker, druggist, Stanoccurred around that old ford. moat desperate battles of the Borne of tho ,. Civil War. Tho roll of musketry ex-- c W. A. McGuIre, a citizen of Mcseded any thing in history, lasting with- Kay, O., is of the opinion that there is nothing as wood for children troubled with colds or croup si out cessation for 20 hours, tho balls fill- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. He has used it Is You invest. TJie'same standard is maintained in each department. best ing the trenches with dead soldiers aud his family for several yearsofwith the house.result Aland always keeps a bottle It In the trees, the stumps ter bavins la erippe ho waa hiwelf troubled with literally mowing down a severe cough, tie used other remedies without of some of which aro now ou oxhibltion benefit and then concluded to try the childreu's ut, Washington. medicine and to his delight it soon eflectcd a pereloquence the Bpeaker manent cure. cent with sublime sale by Dr. S. G. 35 and 50 told of.the cheerfulness that marked tho Hocker, druggiit, Stanford. than they bud gone. It was remhrkablo, said tthe general, re-bu- ll ort-ei- t." tr'-bu- te gen-era- l, uu-uau- al men during tho days of suffering '.an d absolute starvation. He had seeu men with sticks scratching up grains of corn from under the horse's feet to eat and tho surgeons had reported that their blood was so thin and impoverished that tho slightest ecratch woold produco VVc want to impress on the minds of customers our appreciation of and dnath. Gen. Gordon's command had covered Gen. Lee's retreat their support and encouragement towards our success in a substantial from Petersburg, and ho told how his way to them by giving the most liberal money's worth they ever had men had literally dropped dead of star in their lives. Low prices with us arc the rule. Every day proves vation while otheis left bloody foot prints the wisdom of this plan which we adopted when we began business, along tho stony path cf duty. Speaking of tho private Holdtrr, of and which is now so fully understood by the public whose which he was reminded by telling of Boeing one of the few who failed of capm "i fw i m v wra w ture with Gen. Ewell's army, running at & break neck speed, aud who said in response to his inquiry why ho ran, "Go ly, general, because I can't lly," ho de We enjoy to the fullest extent. Wc are determined to establish for livered one of tho finest eulogies ever ourselves a name which shall be synonymous for good quality, a heard of the men who made ther reputa tions of tho officers and who from n lofty guarantee of fair and square dealing, a surety of Lowest prices. tense of duty were ever ready to bleed and die without hope of honor or re -:ward. Their heroism and devotion, ho said, deeervod to be written in letters of burning stars and to bo f mblezonrd for at random from the various departments, hundreds ol others all over the big storciare waiting to be gathered in. over upon the records of the country. Then cauio a description ol tlm last council of war which Gen. Leo held witli his lieutenants in the lonely woods tho night previous to the surrender. It was a pathetic scene aud one no ton gnu nor beautifully embroidered, always ioand 15c, FIVE cents this week. pen could fittingly describe. It waa Gordon should try to cut his Ladies ribbed cotton vests and pants 30 cents per suit, worth 50. way through tho cordon of bayonets Ladies' black wool hose 20c worth 35. Grant had placed around them, but it " " fleece lined hose 25c worth 40. was a failuro and Boon the word camo Misses ribbed wool hose 15c, worth 25c. 10-- white Blankets 75c that Gen. Le had sent a flag ol trucu to Gen. Grant, not however, until Gen, and 1, worth 1.25 and 1.50. Good heavy alico omforts at 75c Gordon had refused Gen. Sheridan's de- an J 1. Satin covered omforts 1. Our mand for his surrender, Bent through Gen. Custer. Gen. Gordon then described tho meeting of Gen. Grant ami Gen. Leo at Appomattox and his words stirrou every heart as he unfolded tho picture of the And Overcoats at 3, 5, 7 and 10 are one of the drawing memorable scene. Geu Leo waa dressday: Why is it? Because you can save on them 25 per cent. ed in his btHt uuiform out of respect to the Gen. Grant while tho latter appeared with no signs of hia rank and no exultation over hia victory. In fact the beholder wonld have thought that he waa the fine Shoes 90, 1.10, 1.35, vanquished and Lee the victor. The For Infants only 25c, worth 50. Men's and 3.75 two men never showed their marked 250 o a greater degree nor characteristics ahowed to so full an extent their sublime greatness. With a tribute to them both worthy of tho muu and of the Bpeaker, Geu. Gordon closed with a panegyric to the stars and stripes and a plea for brotherly love and a thoroughly reunitA. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor ed country, that filled tho hearers with a ' 'J T. D. RANEY, Manager. loftier and aublimer patriotism and caused them to burst forth in enthusiastic Branch Stores: response. This imperfect synopsis will convey to Paris, Carlisle, ML Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, the mind of the reader but a slight idea Virsaillcs, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. of tho lecture, which was grand in composition, eloquently delivered and greatly THE OK enjoyed. At its close many old soldiers pressed forward to shako aud others bands with Gen. Gordon and a number remained with him till tho departure of R. H. Pror, his train, when they reluctantly bade e and God speed in his no Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky. him good-byble work of cementing tho sections of t Kegtstcrtl I'ifrs foi sale from the btst Irpe our country into ono indivisible and full Sloes'. Urceders secured from the bet turds la several differed States. Correspondence Solicited. of glory. THANKSGIVING EARDAIiT SALE jiau-grrn- s, wjr D0WFI3D 9JHJW uj--n u -"t--i- BARGAINS - SELECTED 20 DDzen Ladles' Handkerchief's, 4 MEKP8 ngn OTTB FINE SHOES STAITTOKD. ETC., LOU3SVILLE : STORE, -1 D Duroc Jersey Red Swine Bronaugh, t 'S!5isiS? 33. IE1. ES pro-nouue- ed re-yo- The Farewell Sale J-OlsTI- ! Sc S03iT I Closed Out At Once, Regardless of the COST. d. free-for-a- ARE CORDIALLY INVITED three-year-o- ld FIGURES TALK. o o NAILS, 2 POUNDS FOR 5C. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. .&. court-hous- o : well-know- n nonrirr ful&-j-.s&ii. J ... "' DRUGS, BOOKS, JEWELRY. A. K. FXT2T3r. Druggist dv" P - ,fcj .aSf-.'f-- . .;, ..JUij. jrjj-gtg- '4&'?:A&3&J&l!i$&i)Zi vJumxjikA, .v, r- 5- ;' rr- -' ft irrrfer iTIV"1 " ' 1p--- -- Vfigr .t')7'?,, .,..(.,. " -- J1 (t"l" J Tff W i ; ws oemi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Stanfohd, Kv., E. C. Walton, Business Manager Tug election contest la progressing slowly. Misa Annlo Alcorn is nctlnij as I'lnkOottafje. Apply DXfltiiincr and stenographer and tlio bulk Fon Kknt.-T- Iiu nt this ofllcu. of testimony Is very large. It will take Dkcemiwu I, 1891 1200 lints and caps to o at lialf price. many days to completo it. Severance & Son. .Xmab presents from 25o upnt Danks'. MATttlMOHIALJVlATTERS. modetit little Methodist church can not longer hold them, so the invitation of the Presbyterian church to use their build, iug was accepted, beginning with last night aud tho meetings will hereafter He held there, at night, at least, and indefinitely. con-tinu- A JOHN H. KIRBY, v rsrs-arRAircE o HI II.S' T Tilt at A. Mr. William Harvey Wearen, tho Receipts for gold Ht the minte during generally enjoyed. head of n prosperous bird ware and gro- November amounted to MEAH8 EU3INES8. $501,027, against family hoiauof Mrs. Logan cery firm of Stanford, and Mies Kather-In- e $171,814 for November, 1893. Thk Buy your bcIiooI books and tjchool aup-plio- a Baughman, Recotfd daughter of Mr. DnwHoti, "John," is dead. Springfield, Mo., Rev. John Deny, a ot all kiinlu nt A. H. Penny's. and Mrs. S. II. Baughman, woro mar- local preacher, pleaded guilty to horseclocfen and juwelry rcpnircd Watchbb, Uuv your wifo a Mackintosh for a ried at tho Broadway Christian church, stealing, and was seutenced to two years ml wnrmuted. Knruvinv; a specialty, OlristmnJi present. Bevcrnnce & Son. Louisville, at 7 v. si. Nov. 28, by Rsv. 1. It. l'unny'n. 20-ye- ar TlIANKSOIVINO WB a lovely day ami TirVtiT I, W M IH'I 11 ageitt, staxtfoeid, T TTT li I f lXjiaL. --t -. If KCCWER2 And TORNADO. Temporary efpee at D. W, VandtYeer'i itpre. A. BIO-- been ovidunt even to tho casual observer that the marttage would occur sooner eler. ty. or later, hut the secret of the time and . Don't Ml to see Sexton's Minstrels at place of ita coiiHunimttiou was guarded lRSbNALP0iHfs7 Walton's Opera House, Thursday night" S3 jealously that the happy pair succeedMiis. J. M. Iluiiii.viiii ri'inains quite Dec. 0. Every cloak in our stock goes at a big reduction. Some of these ed iu driving to Junctiou City, reaching 9 sick. city and being united beforo many goods have come in in the last few days, but they go too. Prices on Bio lot of Christmas goods. Come the Mil. J. T. Lvnk, of Louisville, is at of their friends knew about it. The obchildren's cloaks cut half in two. early and get them while they are fresh Mrs. MollU Wray's. ject of the illght and tho secrecy of it Farris & Hardin. Joiin UHiainyof Grays, spent Hunday was more for romance perhaps and novwith his hogiefolks. Pin. Mr. Frank Holticlaw left at this elty than anything else, since thero was Kd Wilkinson is spending n low days oflice a Masonic pin, which the owner no parental objection to the union. Af.VKW ADVEKT1SKMEN"W. hunting and fishing in Catey. ter spending a couple of days in Louis can get by paying for this notice. Mies Eva SricuiH, of Grab Orchardt Our MCut Price" Dress Goods Sale. We have some surprises for ville, Mr. and Mrs. Wearen returned to Foa Sale or Hb.nt. Residence occupi Stanford and nont at once to tho groom's hos been visiting friends hero. you. New Corset Cloths, new Broad-Clothcheap new Serges, all go in En Pkyton SmoLn has gono to Lvx ed by B. K. Wearon. Prico 1G, month home, where they are now pleasantly this sale. We bought them that we might have plenty for all who come. Ington to enter the Commercial College. ly payments. Thos. Richards, Stanford. domiciled. It is customary to say that a Goto IlowUnd lor the cheapest and best ' (J a ever made to Lincoln county. it. J. 0. lloUKMKH, of Gallatin, Saxton'b Minstrels, brides are beautiful, that the man has Tenn., was here on a business trip last won a jewel and use other extravagant Card Size, per Dozen, : : : 75c. Walton's Opera House, week. Thursday night, Dec. 0. expressions, possibly when they are not Diamond Shape, : : : 75c. Mibi LeaiiStkukk, of Crab Orchard, deserved, but we say it in good truth Typea almost We are still giving away printed Cloth Figures with each purchase wont to Cincinnati laBt week to vltlt Taxk8. All city taxta must be paid n aud with full knowledge of tho character edTin proportion andetren away. Alt wrrlc reducIn warranted. I wilt apare time or rxpente in keeping up the reputation of Si. friends. Makes the best toy out. onco or property will be levied on to satt of Miss Kit, as she was called by hor In the rait. Misi Kachkl Aluco.v, o Lexington, iBlyaame. 0. J. Newlaml, city mar- - friends, that Bhe is as lovely of disposi- I have earned FRANK CORDIKR, Rowland. 83 itthu guest of her sister, Mrs. Stophen shal. tion as she is bcaitiful in person, and as 8 Btircli. engaging and captivating in manners bb Jambs W. Muiuiion has opened up a lUv. J. P. Stiiotiibii and wife, of ia cultivated and accomplished. In shooting gallery in one of. Mrs. M.J. she I detlre the fact are viiiting Mr. anik Mis. W. E. ue is a perfect woman, nobly am ready to call your alteution to Manioc that I to iere you In Drii in any Miller's store rooma and is raking in the a word, Arnold. plann d and will prove a treasure to her and all ittleii. I take the best fashion Journals ducats. and keed posted on what ladles should wear. II. Hhkiht Fkiiiiill has been asalgned huso nd more precious than rubies. Of Pricni reasonable Come in and give me a trial. Mil Frank. Cohiubr Bays it wsb a mis. Mr. Wearen naught but good can be I employ ntrnc but firA class help. to Wnrren tfc Oafooruo'tj distillery near t MISS MARY D. SMITH. Respecttully, take about he renting the postollice and said. Ho is noble by nature, oxomplary lieu Lick. Stanford, Ky. 77 6ra W. in conduct aud honorable in business. Missies MAdniB and Evelyn Uuchan gallery building at Rowland to J. largo brick onw CTH DC OlUiXlj DOHMC Two for sale Our Hpliday stock of Silverware must be seen to be appreciated. an, of Crab Orchard, are vislt'uK Miss James. He has not done so. The union of such a pair must prove a or rent. They rVUUlVlO. inSUnford, principal arc nn Main titrtet. in the Esflle llurch. Mrs M.J. MILLER, Manford. We are making a handsome display in this line and trust you will happy one and wo can wish them no block. 75 Tub articles ol incorporation of the Misa Anna Kiid, of Hiwtonyillo, is married McKinney Canning Co. havo been filed greater boon than that their $1,500 WANTED. per cent, inter- come in and see how far your money will go in our silver department. the guest of Mrs. W. L.' Evans at the undertaking is life will bo as free from ripple as the Eivc security and Eight for publication and the Our styles are artistic and quality can not be questioned by anyone Mytra House. est. Call on J. It. PAXTON, Attorney, Stanfud. course of true love has been smooth. accomplishment. yesterday to certain of goods. Our prices are put right down one who is a judge of first-clrs- s Miss Uellk Koot left Mr. W. A. Moberly, of Corrydon, at RENT.nartrMy eline Mrs. Tur.- rock bottom and we think that you can not fail to agree with us that location neisville: with tho names' at San Bpond the winter WniTiNO from Montgomery, Ala., Mr, Tenn,, and Miss Faunio Swope, daugh- If oe sired I will board Salrentinc it. ibol Island, Florida. 69 M. F. Hulet says: ''Enclosed please find ter of Mr. Ben Swope, now of Indianap- lie K. Iiailey, McKinney, Ky. yon have never seen such good values for the money as are now offerMns. W. II. Kimuy and Miss Mattie about tho only consolation that a black olis, wero married last week and are now ed by us for the Holidays of '94. , Thompson roturned from Momphla and republican can ofler to ono of you poor visiting relatives in this vicinity. Mr. ri Son. Size 45x90 fret. Posiession Jan. 1, 1S95. tho West Saturday. 63 ti disconsolate democrata P. 0. order Moberly is a trusted employo of tho K., Apply to S I1. State, Stanford, Ky. Miis. Dh. W. D. Stone and son, Mr. for renewal of subscription for tho I.n- - O. G. & L. and a moat excellent young W. 8. Stone, of Liberty, have been man, wlille ins briue is not oniy preuy, TSHIOK JOURNAU I at Mr. W. P. Tale's. but suited in every way to mako a lovM. time was ushered in with n ing helpmeet Our congratulations are Winter Mini 8he Willie Ualk and Mr. J. At my stare you will find one ot (he finejt stocks of Millinery and Embroidery Material ever Alverson attended tho phantom hop at rain storm, which lasted all day Saturday heartily extonded. paid cash for my goods and the most of Sunday. It seems to Somerset and report a grand time. Thero was a double marriage at Mr. brought to Stanford. Ihave drug- havo been general over the State and to Ed Hubbard's last week. Mr. T. S. and sell them for cash, so low that you will be J. Q. Wbatiikhkokd, Mkhrh. forced to buy Irom mo. An examination wilt congist at Milldale, and F. B. Twidwoll, the have brought relief at last for the drouth Farmer. 22, and Miss Alico Brackett, 18, vince you and you are invited to make it. MRS. A. A. McKINNEY. llustonvllle druggist, wure here Friday. suffering section. "Fair, warmer, Toes and Mr. J. W. Brackett, 21, and, Miss Mimes Bessie and Jrnnie Hchnside, day," said yesterday's weather dispatch. Fannie Farmer, 17,twero the contracting X Ml a striking pair of Garrard beauties, are As there will be several initiations at parties end they are now aa happy as gueata of Mr. and Mrs. A, G. lloff-nutho Only a few days more and our hearts shall be made happy. the Maccabee Lodge Wednesday night turtle doves. Mr. Willis Chelf and Miss Geneva Miss Jarboo, inr trimmer, is in the cities buygoat will perform unusually when the ing my Vail and Winter Stock, and I will not make Miis. G. 0. Givbns was called to well, and as there are moro petitions, Bain, of Birbourville, eloped to Jellico my usual fall trip. IiothMlis Jarboeand her purbv telegram chases will arrive next week and you are cordially Ind., last week it is expected that the entire member- and were married. The bride is a daugh- invited to call. Mrs. W. W. Goltra, was father elster, will bo ter of the clever secretary of tho Knox ship will be present. A MISS LICCIE 1IEAZLEY, vary ill. Stanford, Ky. If not, come and let us help you in the preparation. We have ev it imperative that each County Fair and is a very handsome, passed making Danville, Lancaster, Mt. Vernon, member attend every meeting or pay a young lady. erything for young and old for the table, the parlor, the bed room, Iluatonvillo, McKinney and other places 5 fine. So a member says. For the novelty of the thing U. G. the well, the sick, the cold, the warm, the poor, the rich all can were largely represented at the Gordon Radford and aud Mies Debbie Watts, engaged Walton's The Maccabees havo lecture. n young people of Mayfield, Opera House for Thuraday, Dec. 20, were married on a 0, and 0 train while Mil Wm, CiiKSTEnviELU was hero yi having a big lot of priutlug donw when they will have their free entertain it was going at tho rate of 10 miles an for the McKinney Canning Co., of which ment. Sunremo Commander Jlarkey hour. If you will only present them with some of the beautiful and useful and Supremo Recorder H. S. Boyntou, he will be superintendent. While Nelson Byor, of Augustus was DEALER 1N- presents wc have bought for Christmas. 13eautiful Dress Goods from be Our long llmo friend, Miss Lavinia both of Port Huron, Mich., will ... tho arranging his toilet to wed Miss Anna t I. ..at .1 l.!l.. ioc to $1.50 per yard. Underwear for ladies and gents, beautful taShannon, is in Louisville this week play- apeaKerB oi ino evening wmiu um Fay ho was stricken with paralysis and ing the part of Julia Seymour in that musicians will furnish music, both voca tho coremouy had to bo indefinitely : ble cloths and napkins to match. Lace bed sets, table covers, throws, popular dramatic novelty, "Tho Power aud instrumental, for tht occasion. . postponed. handkerchiefs, mufflers, cloaks, "capes, sleigh robes, fur rugs, ladies' of tho Press." when Corhin Enteiprl60 sayB that wo ' Marriage is usually a failure The muffs and sets for children, ladies' work tables, &c. The prices on Mn. A. H, Penny's condition was most is marryiug nn angel, said that "its locals aro usually all one the man thinks he docall tlftse things are alarming yesterday. Nearly all tho is wedding a thing," when we never said any such aud the woman thinks she tors in town have been called into to have re novelist's hero. Chelsea Freo Lance. and they pronounce hi case al- thing. We do not remember Mr. John McOluro and Misa Sabra subject, hut if wu hsd marked oa the most hapoless wook. so we should have had to oxprtss Uaya will marry this Prior. HuiuiABD recoived a letter yes- done quite tho roverso. If Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. All can buy something to make brother, sister, mother or father hapterday telling him of tho promotion of on the contrary CHURCH AFFAIRS. 2d Bro. Ohesnut wants to pick a quarrel let his Bon, Earnest M. Hubbard, to be anything py. Wc ore determined not to carry these goods. Come and make so with Dycbe and not jump on Uncle Joo Hopper's meeting at Car- Headquarters for almost assistant cashier of tho Boatmen's Bask him do before the choice is gone. little man liko us. lisle has resulted in '22 additions. s an early selection you want. When you want a at St, Louis, an institution with J2.000,. a poor r Lee Harris, known rb tho Robert 000 capital. Heniiy Saxton'b Southern MinBtiels apostle of meal for 25c, call on him. E. O. Walton is iu Casey county with forty famous funny features, inclu- cowboy evangelist, and Mil died at Milan, Tenn. this week to see tho court day crowd and ding a vocal quartotto that can not be y Eld. J. L. Allen was called give them ft chanco at tho "cheapest and boM. will bo with us Thursday night. paBtorato of rieasant to tho host." We hopo tho good pooplo thero Sixton'a Military Band, of Lexington, heavily laden with well known hero, accompanies thb Grove church for another year. Advowill send him homo cate. Stanford, Ky. filthy lucre. troupe und assists iu tho big street paBro. J. K. Nunnolly reported at tho MibsGkoroia Lewis was horo a few rade, which occurs after the arrival of Pastors' Conference 337 Btudonts, of both days ago ml told u8 luat hor brothor' the 2 o'clock train on tho Cth. Secure ,Has. sexes, at Georgetown College, Including Mr. A. A. Lewis, has no connection with your seat early. Reserves now on sale 39 y for the ministry. Bro. students tho Somerset Paragon and consequently at W. B. McRoberta at tho usual price. is giving attention to tho Dudley subject to ft suit for ita utterances Is not Memorial. If f 18,500 bo raieed beforo TKXS by anybody who may think ho is agThk Stanford foot ball team wern't Iu February 4, 1895, it will eecuro the grieved. make a score, whilo it at all. It didn't 540,000. Western Recorder. Of Lincoln County. Col. W. 0. Bradley took tho train the Danvillea mado nine touchdowns The mooting at tho Methodist church Louisville. He Bays he and kicked flvo goals, making 40 in all. hero Sunday for has reached a red hot Btago and tho spirThe New does not often notice newspaper boys were outclassed in bIzo and itual inercurv is still colnc up. Somo 50 ready Our about him, but ho la always and bad practiced but littlei or more havo professed entire Banctiflca Mill, g weight to stump as Infamous any charge reuect-in- vybiio the visitors wero in flue condition enacted almost begscones npon his integrity oh In tho Nowpoit overy way. Wo do not know enough tion and the Lancaster, Ky., Louiavlllo Post, which he about tho game to tell its special fea- gar description. Dr. Carradine forgets lottortotho s his dignity in tho exuborance of his 1. nnw In full operation, and Invites the attention answered moat conclusively. tures, but wo do know that there was its material, and claiming that ho can jump a ol the LuUUers of Lincoln county topnees. Note A Danville superior woikmanihlp and low ono not down on the bills. chancol rail 10 rail fence leaps over tho Cin AND VICINITY. player smote Put Goer in tho faco with as part proof of his ability to do so and OUR & McKin-ney'Wkatiibh Btrips at Higgins his flat, when Tut went for him with falls prono on the floor in illustration of both of his and was eluding him like somo point, whilo tho sanctified testify, Perfectly clear poplar or yellow pine floorint: at fjnei hundred. As low as $i 50 per hundred. counter. Sever- hale till ho was pulled off. shout, halloo, laugh, shake hands, Perfectly clear yellow poplai weather boanlimr at ay Visit our remnant per hundred. At low 81.50 per hundred. jump and cry "Amen" at tho top AUpattcrns and thicknesses as ii 30 In yellow of Cwline ance (St.Son. Hero is another caeo Nkciho Killud. per aa loaded. Saturday of their voices. It is a strango, wlerd pine, poplar, chestnut and ash. as low low Ji.as per as Ji hundred. Double dressed lumber as WANTitD.Axood farm hand. J. E of didn't know it was theso latter and enlightened days, hundred. Beautiful yellow pino finishing lumber, night Ligo Baughman went over to John scene in Bruco, Stanford. country is quarter oak, && Savo money by giving us your Bright'a to borrow his iniiBket. He reach- hntuvfirv man in this freo God according to 'de',:riIE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, Lancaster, Ky. Elegant line of hanging lamps at ed for it and playfully pointing it at permitted to worshipown conacienco and 7J.6m IligginB & McKinney'e. BrlRbt, pulled tho triggor. Of course tho the dictates of his How could one display their taste and thoughtfulness more than to aro, and the the scoffers can consolo themselves by rewobbing complete, weapon was loaded, thoy all -Lord baa said: "If Solid silver bolts, select a nice Rattan or Oak Rocking Chair for mother, sister or load ofBhot buried themsolveB in Bright's membering that the for $1.75 nt Danks', the Jeweler. bo tho work of men, it will come to bowels. He fell to tho floor and linger- this friend. Certainly that would be a pleasure now and a comfort in ORCHARD, LAWN, GARDEN. about ed In great agony till next morning A 11 naught; but If of God, ye can not overwords Fruit nd Ornamental Trees. Oun big nd. aaya a few their declining days. A full It," Tho only fear is that tho Shrubs. stock olFruits. Grape Vines, Asparagus ' Small this week. Dank, tho Jew- when he died. There bad been no ill throw eilverware of tho weaker Bubjects and every thiog usually found at such an feolinc between tho two, but thero Is a minds of some Try " P"ci. We do not sell eler. , . , permanently unbalanced by through agents but direct to tha planter. Catalaw against pointiug a shooting iron ol may become election for you; bath, SroN0K3.- -A t.l.,1 UmlAil or unloaded ar. a mnn tho terrific strain they are undergoing. logue on application. , H,LLKNMEVER ... .. .... Opposite the St. Asaph. Lexington, Ky. sponges. W. B. Mc- - HUT KlllU iunuuu , continue to increago till the fine silk and buggy and Baughman should suffer tbopenalty.Tbo crowda RobertB. m TiiKUrKeetHtock ol Drues. Medicines, Onyx tables and banquet lamp In Terlumory, I'aintA and Wall Potior at magnificent designs at Dunks', tho JewA. H. Penny's. PfBcrlptloiw a special- J. SAjucpt. For some time past it has in tho penitentiary. Congressman Dingley, of Maine, says substantially that the republicans will nover restore the McKiuley law, but will retain the good features of the present law aud improve tho bad. Judge James Harlan, a brother of Justice Harlan, of the U. S. Sijpremo bench, was lodged in the alms houae iu Louisville, Saturday. He has long been a victim of strong drink and has steadily been going to the doits for years. OF IN CLOAK A You Should Attend s, mmi m mm mi i'ict-ure- For the Children. 3 nei-tl- itr m m Old-hi- TO THE LADIES. SEVUSBAfTOlE & gNo .rtLVEBWAME. first-ila- ts 1,.! f- - FOR store-hous- FOR RENT.UIudTy.jr. visl-tln- R To Tiie Ladies BANKS,, the OTWjHILEIK. Ho, for Christmas ARE : YOU : . u. TO THE LADIES Craw-fordavill- e, by-la- w READY ? well-know- R. Zimnier, BE -- MADE : HAPPY ! 1 ui con-imitati- Fancy Groceries, Foreign and Do mestic Fruits, first-clas- boll-ni'B- HUGHES & TATE. nnaui-uioual- R ZIMMF.R. Economist Steel Range 3ES3-ULk- l Nun-nell- Col-leg- o TO CITIZENS com-inon- ta Lancaster Planing DON'T FAIX. TO SXE XT. feel-inc- HIGGINS & McKINNEY. Christinas, Birth-D- s. S03IE OF PRICES: ,., em-brac- e, and Bridal Presents at W. W. Withers'. i Blue Grass Nurseries. 1 .. 2ft1 t. W. W. WITHERS, t.UMftm rti&vf- Mt'-tbe- .';.' - . 4h .V .. -- 8W.- wr"w,r" ii "'"""" ". j'f f!,UlJUkl''V?'!'W'yTW"r,i,r: --- ? ij i..ftniffiiffiiifluniii,iigTr Tin tfc.r - ' ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Jodrnw OVERDID IT. I GOOD HEALTH. tho Lmut Bt tays of Using: Fruits. of : ure. AT "TJnolo John lias at last consented to 83 PER, YJffijVR, IN-- JUT ViVNOBJ dluo with us," said Mrs. Fcathoxly. "Ah, that's nico of tho old ninn," Whtn not opid S2.60 wltt be charged.' Baitl Mr. Fcatherly. "Wo'll havo things rather lino for hint, oh?" "Well, yos, bntnottoo much Fa Yon don't know Duclo John. If hopecs that wo'ro Inclined to bo extravagant, ho' 11 IFIEailD.A.Y. go away with a very poor opinion of When necesiary. us. Ho'll think to hiinsolf that wo ought to bo saving our money." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. " ics, that bo. v 0 ninst jolly tho old man along. I'd givo $ 10 to havo a Train itavos Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning squint at his will." "Edward, how yon talk nbont Undo StL&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. John I Now, what slmM wo have?" 37 Pm "Oh, pork and beans ami liorso radMail train going North............ " South..... ....... .113 P ish, I Bupposo. If thnt doesn't mako .....-- .. .... 1151pm Express train .1" South North.................. .J1ia him think wo'ro saving, notliing'will. Local Freight North...... ......... M.93 m And, then, you see, after ho'a gouo QMtih ao7Dm homo wo can go lo tho club and havo a Th latter trains alto carry passengers. The above Is calculated on standard time. Solat duck and a bottlo of santoruo, oh?" Irae it about to minutes faster. "No, Edward, that will uovor da Wo can havo a fair dinner, and it need not ROUTE. QUEEN & CRESCENT bo costly. " "Lot'Bseo, tho old gentleman smokes, trains pasa Junction City as fol- Going North .. . ill t r tr.iMril trtt m. Vt. doesn't ho? I'll got n dozen real Limited 3:3$ p. m. Local i:to p. m. Florid tibulo Limited 3:23. ft. m. South a O. Vestibule i u 18 p. m. Florid "No, no, you musrn'tl Uo'd think T.lmit-,- 1 i.'Ki. m. Local i: d. m. you wcro indulging in oxtravagaut hab-itsVestibule arrives 8:40 p. m. Lot him offer yon n cigar if ho Published Every Tuoaday and Friday Cnclo John'f Dinner H'm a Financial Fail- Fcrmeutav-ll- e DRUG STORE! -- DR. W. B. PENNY Dentist. Office South Hide Main St., n, 6 OR 8 PAGES. EVERY ........! ' A per-foctos- ." Blue-Gra- ss U i havo oven cigarettes. " "I might buy a box of Pittsburg sto gies. They'ro 25 coute a hundred or Bonio such matter. Ho'll get a notion of my saving habits from them that ho will romomber forn long time," MrSWIHKw M "No, no, it won't do at all." L Absolutely F So tho dinner was given a very simple affair of fried liver and plain salad and prunes. No wine, no tobacco. And A cream of tarter baking pow- tho pressed glass, tho 6econd best china der. Highest of all in leavening and tho plated ware wcro put on and n strength. Latest United States darned tablecloth. Mr. Fcatherly woro a coat which had novcr fitted him and Government Food Report. which ho novcr wore except in tho colROYALAKING.TOWDER CO., lar or garrot. Undo John chatted gayly with them 100 Wall Street, New Torc and was not in tho least patronizing, nnd after dinner ho asked leavotosmoko A. S. and pressed a cigar on his nephew. After ho had gono Mr. Fcatherly SURGEON DENTIST. opened a bottlo of beer that was hid in Office oyer McRoberts Drug Store In the new tho refrigerator, got out tho remains of Owsley Building. Stanford; on Edam choobO and a bag of biscuit and mado Mrs. Foathcrly sit down with 'him whilo ho ato and drank and mado thinking of tho legacy they Gd5tEP- - morry, got would by Undo John's will. In tho noxt afternoon's paper they read that Mr. John Oldbam bad given $10,000 to tho hospital for dyspeptics, and now thoy koop asking thomselvos o whother thoy did not overdo tho at simplicity. Buffalo Courier. chooser" "But, great Scott, what kind of hospitality do you call that? Having your gnest furnish his own cigars, and, what ia inoro, yours tool" "Woll, ho'll think it's all right Ho'll admiro you inoro if you don't 'm. Pure Stanford, Ky. vacated by Dr. i.re V. Huf'-'-tho phosphorus but tho Call for- aoid3 of tho npplo aro of singular uso for persons of sedentary habits, whaso livers aro apt to bo too slow of action. Theso acids nid tho liver hi its work of .........Dealers n. eliminating from tho body (ho noxious matters which, if retained, would ninko And Paints, tho brain heavy and dull or in thno would ditto rheninntism, jnnudico or Ky. Bkin oruptions nnd othor allied troubles. 8 Tho malic acid of apples, oithor raw Prescriptions Carefully Compounded, or cooked, will neutralize any escessf I chalky matter ongondored by oating too much meat All creditors of the firm of Mrs I). O. Sauclf ter ft Nmi, doing business at Crab Orchard, Ky , Kipo apples aro probably tho least are hereby notified to present, properly piovcn as Opp. Court-House- . of all fruits, oxcept possibly required by law, within hrre months trom this date, their claims against said firm to the d tho banana. For this reason ripo and at his olfice, 5J7 W Main Ml , Louisville, Bound apples may bo eatn by mast parK.y. GEO. W. STKOUIKU. Assignee Mrs. D. G. Maugter A. Son, sons in even tho hottest weather, but Oct. 30, '94 4t oven tho npplo is s:fofc whon cooked. Wo havo tho support of eminent medical authority in saying that tho mobt healthful way to cook apples is to paro and coro them and bako In a moderate Call on the undersigne.1 at Rowland, Lincoln county, ky, lor terms We want to negotiate oven. If tho npplo is of a quito pout valoans on first mortgage scurity in real estate, riety, it may bo necessary to add a lit stocks, bonas and commercial paper. Agent lor the Missouri Urukcrage Co.,S Louis, Mo tlo sugar, putting about a saltspoonful M N EARLY. in tho hollow whouco tho coro was exw, a, JUNKS. Is kocoivinj? His tracted. Tho next best way to cook J. T JONK1, HOB. them is stewing. Contrary to common -:- boliof, apples baked in their skins aro FALL-:-AN- D tho loast healthful of cooked apples. Another erroneous boUof Li thnt raw Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. apples aro best if eaton with their skins. Tho writer of tho foregoing paragraph Ky. gives it, in Harper's Bazar, on tho auSole preprtetors Dean's Illack Diasosd Reol : I alia Eslimaiet furnuned for painting Wood, thority of tho distinguished professor of Metal and lion Roofs. Satisfaction Guaranteed. o materia medica of tho 2ow York All tools painted with Dean's Illack Diamond I1EST LINE TO AND FROM of Medicine, that tho skins of apPaint guaranteed for years. Dealers in ben cisLine oi We have tern Pumps and Galvanised Iron filters. 6lm ples, whether raw or cooked, aro very doletcrious in their offeots, thero boiug Locust Fencing Posts, Solid Vestibulod Trains, with lluffet Pallor in tho skin an astringent quality which Plank Fence, Cars. Elegant Coaches, Dmlnir Cars, Wagner counteracts tho effect of tho beneficent Sleeping Cars and latest Improved Private Com. F. U. KtL,EY,:Proprlotor, paitiuenl llunet sleeping Cats, magnlgcently fur. Granger Stakes, acids of tho fleshy part of tho fruit. nlthed with toilet acccstoncs in each compart "Constipation," says tho samo authorShingles & Lumber meat. London, - - - Kentucky. ity, "is suro to bo tho result of eating I have moved to my new llotsljand am bettar apples with tho skins. Thoy wf ro not AN ABUNDANT SUPPLY public mado to bo eaten, only to protect tho Solid Vestibuled Trains with lluffet Parlor Cart, trcrartd than aver to accommodate tb attached and every Convenience .And at Very Low Figures. Coaches aud Pining Cars and Wagotr ItutTct fruit from tho attacks of insects." Give me a call. Sleeping Cars. rRANK R1I.KY. II Dried, or "ovaporated, " apples aro KING & PREWITT, Moroland, Ky tho most healthful of all, for thoy havo retained tho host qualities of tho fruit, D. The only Through Sleeping Car Hue from Cinwhilo showing still Icps tendency to rapAt the well. known old stand ol J. B. Green in cinnati. Elegant Wagner Slreplug Cart. id fermentation than tho fresh fruit. Not only in ofuce rc'ntly Window Glass, Putty, HMMM&S9 "a W. B. McROBERTS, J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, BBUK8 8 AND All Kinds of Coal, 1TOTIOE lo undr-signe- 1 nto ijEttttar -:- $500,000.00 to Loan ' 3- "WINTER GOODS. : JOXTES BROS., Attention Farmers! Big Pour Route, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Col-leg- CHICAGO. THE RILEY HOUSE ST. XjOTJIS. 330ST03ST. - d. The Myers House, 1 S. CARPE1TTIR, - - Kontuo v Has Just received a beautiful Una or -- OBHfto PRICE. Effect or aroderu IllUe Itullcta. Professor Bois Reymond, tho physiol- W. GH EEN. Proprietor. h 6 ,.For pro-tens- A Wise Precaution. A Detroit man who goes hunting ogist, has been oxpcriincntirg as to tho effect of modern Gorman rillo bullets on tho humn'ubody. Ho say a: "Tho bullet of tho old stylo rillo bored only a comparatively small holo through tho portions of tho body through which it passed, whereas tho now bullet has an nstonishiug cxplosivo effect. If, for instance, tho ball passes tlirough tho head" of ho corpse, tho skull is burst asunc' r in all directions, and very littlo of the head remains. ' Tho professor explains by saying that tho speed of tho bullet is so great that when it meets an obstacle it dashes to pieces exactly tho samo as drops of hardened glaa burst asunder when tho points aro broken off. -- Stanford, : : : Kentucky. ISTE WThe "Southwestern Trains, with Columbian Library llufTet and Smo king Can, Wagner Sleeping Cars, Llrgaol Coach. Limited" Solid. Vestibuled YORK Hustonvlllo, via "Big Four.'' D P.. MARTIN, of harness, a whip n Hotel and I am still runnlnK this will continue to give my gueats the poliust atttD- market alionli. as well as the best the rt and Dining Cars, landing pauengcru in New York City at 4d Stiect Depot. Positively No He sure Special Attention to tho Travel- Ferry Transfer. Gen Pais and Cincinnati, O. Surreys, PhaotonB, Buggies, Sc. Furnituro aud Stoves. Call and tee his stock am! rtl Ms prices which are lower than anvbodvs. II sou .nt nl. - ing Public. first-class jour ticket read E. O McCOUMACK. Hinder Twine for sate. er a duster. When you want a turnout come to mj Pas. Traffic Maoir rkt.Agt, LIVERY STABLE. Price to suit the hard Umts. at the Myers llouto Oftcc JAMES YEAOER. Call or leave myehs house: X.X1TXHYSTABX.X P. W. GREEN, Prop. ThU stable, which Is run n connection with the n Myers House, has been supplied with ode Ky. Midland IL'y, Only Direct Line between THOMASYEAOER YEAGER & VEAGER, LMT, II you fir--- Cliiclniintl and Frankfort Shortestland quickest between FEES AKD to tho livo stock of tho forests though a. without any great detriment An Almost Magical Cure. ?iUB STABLE, RefresliingliBath.Hot or perhnps somo to tho livo stock of tho fields, concluded not long ago that ho would organizo an expedition of two Gold, and mako a foray. So ho consulted his ofllco boy. Insurance Tommio," ho said, "how ,'vwould you liko to go out on a littlo Oook & tFarmor's "Barber hunt with mo?" A. G. Laabtsa John B. Cattleman. "I don't know, sir, " responded tho boy in somo doubt. ' 'I'd havo to soo mother first." "All right- - Ask your mother and lot mo know in tho morning." Tho next morning tho boy saw tho Bay, -- A stylish Hair Trimor Clean Shave, go to "I No moro effectivo application of electricity is known in tho wholo rango of electrotherapy, says Professor Henoch, as quoted by Tho Industrial World, than in tho treatment of diphtheria. In a gravo case tho galvono cautery was applied in conjunction with gargloa of ico water. Tho applicationwns painless, and tho falso membrane rolled up and fell off as by magic. Special Kates to Commercial Men. STANFORD. KY. ned " Nothing; but u IWny eI turnout, will leavo our stable. St--e us In our lor rates. HARNESS SHOP You will nod a good assortment of Hainest, dles, Saddles, Ac. Hao jour repairing done by our man he understands his business. We bare a mechanic in our Bri- Ask for tlcketa via Kentucky Midland. run by Central .Standard Time. Time TabU Nov. 11,1894. No, t. No j. TRAINS EAST. a. m. p. a. eave I'ranklort A 4 00 7 00 ' Summits . 7 oo 4 06 " 411 EInorn.........7 7 ii 18 " Switier 4 iS " Stamping Oround.7 si 4 tl ' 4 J4 Duvall. MM.......7 34 Frankfort, Gcorcotown and Pnrie, A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, Onrlialo, MayavlHo, Oynthiana, Falmouth nnd Oovlnjrton. nn ruumer's Supplies and la belter than evi Trains prepare, supply the public with KmaT-OL.A- 8s No. 7. Personal and promptatuntlon given to WeddintS p. m. I'arftaai an. I ll..-8- .t MU IIUI1L, 1 maa of all. kindb, P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. 00 a 00 110 115 140 AI.llURNS.Manager. ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL,. MANAGERS, C S. Depot.-- .. ......7 3j and' aatlsfaetory Ctntrcville...m.8 16 Will guarantee first class work' to Tt our horse shoer. liphteit draft Arrive F.liabfib........8 30 the Pans .C...... 8 " Paris Junction ...... ... machine on earth. PT.AniTRTVTTTTT tf.i-lim- .i SHOP. '.'.. i.Lnn. " " " " " ' Johnion.........7 40 l.corgetownnU .746 4 40 t 10 44$ 4 Nerton.....8c? 303 311 3 jj a 3 3 00 ato FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. m so j j? 3 3 13 3 sc si 3 43 4 oo Capital Stock Surplus - 9200,000 21,300 t- Company gentleman. BARBEE &CASTLEMAtf Uoramerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. 77. A. TRIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD, KY. San Francisco. Portland A World's Fair Record. . CHIOACSO VIA n U 1 " I rrtfl0UISVUtt MTWAlEANTt CHICAGO RTIS PITLLMA1TSA1TD fl ? J t PARLOR CARS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE RUNNING - DINING - CARS. . WRITE" TO M: K. II. BACON, D. P. A. F. J HEED .G. P.'A Chicago, 111 !.oolsvi!le, Ky. H i" i St. Paul. Denver. vi IK VOU ARE GOING....... u t. f HORTE WEST, OR ......THE . 3s a I 'ft ' Louisville . Nashvii ic R. R. mother say?" "Sho said, " roplied tho boy very in, The free and unlimited coinage of nocently, "that I might go if you would silver, the product of American mines, tako somebody elso along with us to do at the old ratio of 1 6 of silver to i of tho Bhootin. " Dotroit Froo Press. O gold, is the only solution of and lie Hadn't IVlncs. remedy for the disturbed and unsatis"Of courbo boforo your marriago you told your wifo that yon would nover bo factory condition of trade, manufacabsent from her sido oxcept when busi- ture and general business of the counness demanded your prcsenco try. The surreptitious act jof 1873, divorcing silver and gold in our mone"Yes." "And yon said you would gratify y tary system, was a rime of untold wish of hers?" magnitude. It was the rankest kind "Yes." "And that you would nover speak a of class legislation in favor of the wealthy against the producers of cross word to her?" "Yes." wealth, and hostile to the prosperity "Havo you kopt your promiso in theso of the United States. It was an act things?" you tako mo for? Do of treason because done at the instance "Say, what do I look liko a winged 6ernph?" Boston of a European syndicate and for bribe Courier. money, "giving aid and comfortto A Viiln Scnrclu our country's enemies." To shield Customer Your picturo of tho miser the guilty parties, the well authentiis very good, but tho gold which ho is cated facts, often published, have been handling isn't so well dona it-- I tried to vigorously denied. Artist I couldn't holp got a model for it when I was painting The Enquirer will continue to extho picture, but couldn't mid ono. pose this unpardonable crime until Fliegendo Blatter. right and justice are done the people Tired. by the full restoration of silver to its old companionship with gold. We need the assistance of the people in disseminating the truth, to which end we invite all in your selection of papers for the coming season to include the Enquirer, that costs only $1.00 a year. (Issued twice a week.) Liberal commissions and cash rewards given to club raisers. Sample copies free, Enquirer. Company, Cincinnati, O. olso-whoro- ?" ov-er- "Woll," ho inquired, "what did your , fki;e coinage of SIIiYEK. Attention of the public is invited to the fae thai this Is the only National Hank In Stanford lk. h,ni.itl....f tiia ii.iiuhuf umi ACS - n.l .'iwimiuii,vi !- .- U..I. depotitora are secured not only by the capital Lve Paris Junction... C41 6 03 Lve Paris ,...C 4 35 stock, but by the stockholders- - liability lor aa 04$ 6 if Arr Kllnbih....., 9 38 4 55 Kuivuut cuai 10 inc sioca, so soar oepositors 01 Centrvllle..-.i- o this institution are secured by a fund of 1400,000. Arr 00 5 619 Arr Newtown ........ .10 08 617 5 3o Five sworn statements of the condition of the bank are made each yearto the United States govern-msniaArrC. S. Depot.-- .. io 18 64s 64S Arr Georgetown II 1033 its assets are ei,-ilo- d Sjo at stated times by government agents, thus securing addilitona Arr Jobnwn ,.... 800 651 1041 8 and perfect safely 10 depositors. ArrDuvall ......I0 47 6 7 8 10 This institution, originally established as the ArrStamp'g Ground 1054 JO 703 . n.nnitl tta.lr .f C...!...! - .... .1 & 3c .... I 04 Arr Switier 713 ised aa the National Hank ol Stanford In 1S03 and Arr Kllthorn 7 to .1111 90J ArrSutumit If un r.inrif 1nif.1l ik. fl... V,.A..l l..t. . .u 17 716 V S Stanlord in iSs, has had practically an umnter- Arr Frankf rt.KA... . 11 ts Twice-a-Wce73 05 Now LfiiuiiaiiiKiibavi iiycan. iiis oeucr suppusa A connects with L. .V N, now with lacilitits fir transacting business prompt 11 connects with Q .V C. and L. S. I . The Best ."! anil l,f,.rtt. .kan..A. l..r. i 1.. ma ana "i M..I..J ih.ii ti.i u.iui.ih ii. C connects with K. C. honorable career. Accounts of corporations, ndu- the Notb Nos, 1, J, 3, 4, 7, 8 and taa dally except """ uu muiviuuais rcspectlully sollc-V Sunuayf See Sunday trains below. it,. tiKi.aar retail Irtcr Vrv Wlai I"The Directory ol this Us is composed ot Crti tiler fill iRac. it will CUD til J 1X3 COlUITinS. SUNDAYTRAINS. Fortius Reid, Lincoln county; or 6.656 column In ia month. Wxst Leave Georgetown 10:35 A. M.; arrive S. T. Harris, Lincoln; at Frankfort 1135 A. M. 0, A. Lackey, Lincoln; Kast Lesvc I'ranklort :i5 P. M ; arrivo at Georgetown 3 15 P. M J. W. Haydi n, Stanford ; S.ll. 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