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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894120701 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. V " - tf v' Hf ' ' J .j Sf i -- . Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXII. IIUSTONVILLE. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1894. : NO. 79 ROWLAND. The Business Dirt was broken yesterday for tho Tho ulcctlou coutefltnnts and tlioir Eld Jos. Severance will preach bore lawyers wore up Tuesday taking doposi-tlon- lounuatton to llio bank building. next Sunday. A car load of school furniture has Mrs. Steenborgen and Mr. Ira Tuckgrocery nrrived for the Inutltuto building. Hustonvillo boasts another er went to Danville this week. Mr. H. W, HartBengh, of Owenton, now, that of G. A. & A. B. 0. DinwidThere was an error regarding the dle. George ia as smiling and Hilly is hs la hero looking for a bank location. rental of Judge Oordler's house to Wm. Christmas will be celebrated nt the James. Biinve na a Spring breeze. This gives our Monday evening, Dec. 2t. town seven stores, one (or each 100 in Tho Iron bridge over Logan's creek Santa Glaus will como down a chitnuey. Ib nearly for Rood meaaure. habitanta'and one finished and it is a magnificent All are invited to attend tho box Tbantagiying hero waa very unllko structure. Thanksgiving in othor placeu. Perhaps Buppernt tho church next Tuesday Tho rhangea reerred to It will bo an enjoyable occasion. have been made by Judge in last issue ttio people thought they had nothing to Shelton and The oyster supper uiven by tho band hla premiss bo thankful for except that they were present n new appearance. living, and doubtless eomo wore not boys wnsn success. Tho citizens wero Tho box supper for the benefit of thankful for that. There was uo service treated to some music in addi- the Sunday-schoo- l at this place, wbb well at any of the churches and business pur- tion to the soup, attended and was a success In every reMr. V. J. Sparks and family, accom- spect. Too sued the even tenor of its way unuiolcst boxes brought f M.63, tho panied by Mins Kiy Jones, ,nre visiting highest ono bringing ed, aa all tho stores and business houses $3.10. friends in London. Mrs. V. M. Poyn-t- er wore kept opon ail day. Mr. Win. A. Mobtrly nnd wif-- j enis visiting relatives in Garrard coun- - tertained on The supper given by the Christian Thanksgiving. The dinner Endeavor Society, proved a success In was good enough for a king and the The fake special from Bsroa of nn at- turkey was n snecena. sense of the word, notwithstanding tempt to blow up the college with dyna- wero A Steenbergnn and Thoso present the many othor local attractions. The wife, Will groea recoipta wero something over $40 mite, fooled no ono hero. The manner and wife, Mrs. Cynthia Dudderar, and will leave A prollt of aboat f30. The in which tho message ran showed fraud Mrs. Cloe Murphy, Mn. Bettlo Hamilart display was an amusing feature of on its face. ton and Mrs. Iva Stncky, of Louisville. Messrs. Whito A Krelger havo ho tho uvening. Many went in expecting The Bchool at this place will close to seo some fine paintings, but were sur- gun the erection of two brick buildings Considerable interest and good prised to find instead object lessons, so on Main street, near railroad. Ono of feeling havo prevailed throughout the to speak, to represent oacn display men- these lll bo used for a bank and tho term und many patrons have expressed tioned on tho program. Ono of the moat other for a store. their perfect satisfaction. Tho assistant, A merchant from Paris purposes Miss Mollie appropriate was an old fashioned cradle Ware, is generally commento represent "The Home of Our Fore opening a mercantile establishment here ded for her splendid work. Tho princifathers." The most inappropriate was a aseooii na tho room in ready. A gna' pal manes a bow, with a smile and kind collection of three pieceu lo repre- deal of buslneas can bo attracted to our feelings for all, and ho cherishes n hope sent "Common Sense." Cent pieces are county snat, if the proper ellurt is made. that the studentH will become useful Mr. S. II Kennedy visiting his members of society. not very common over this way that is, brother In Garland, Txa they aru very rre. Mr. M. C. Your correcpondent regrets to leavo Mrs. Nannie W. Owens spent a few Williams went to the city yesterday. Mr. democratic headquarters, with all ita days with her Bister, Mrs. J. L. Goode. J. V. Nesbitt has returned from a busi- pleasant surroundings nnd tho. many 0nd James P. Cummins and Thomas Terry ness trip over the South Kentucky rail recollections and hallowed reminiscenvrero up last week on tho war path. Mr. road. ces of the land of his nativity and the Mrs. Georgianno Coylo is .visiting in Bllliu Speed and wife spent a day among homo of his youth. Ho also regrets to us. Miss Kate Bogle has returned from Louisville. Mrs. Georgie Hice gave a stop these scriblings, which have been 1'ittsburg, where sho has just closed a successful entertalnmont at the close of sent from time to time to tho best demoMIsa Lucy Alcorn her school. Kev. J. Faulconer, of Dan- cratic paper in the land. With the best successful school. went to Oxford, 0., to visit her sisters, ville, preached hero Sundny. Misses wishes for iu future success, I bid tho and Ella Joplln have returned from entire force Mifflcs Mattie and Dollie, who are attend adieu. ing school there. Jones Baughman ate their schools. Thanksgiving dinner at borne. Mr. Leo HUBBLE. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Courtney, who is studying for tho minThe iufant child of Squire Bouses Miss Chrlstino Bradley entertained a istry, was over front Lexington visiting. died of pneumonia Sunday night. few friends in handsome style ThanksTilden Cook ate turkey with his Pony Beazley bought some shoats in Sam Lusk came homo accompa- giving evening. tois settlement at $3.00 td $4 per cwt. Go to theshow r. nied by two of his friends, Mewirs. have n good, Wm. Hubble celebrated his 80th Kennedy was over from hearty laugh and Ret the wrinkles out of birth day on Wado the 4th with;ja good dinner face. liogsett Academv to spend h few days. that for all his children. Judge It. A. Burnsldehas rented tho Miss Beulah Vanarsdall and Miss Itoia B. W. Givens has lost two brood Yowell spent tho Thanksgiving holidays farm of Mrs. M. H. Owsley and will Uke mares in the last few days from somewith their parents. Mr. Jim Woods and possesion of same the first of the year thing like lung fever. Tho stores are full of Christmas wife and Miss Lena Woods art visiting Mies Lula Owsley's school closed Mrs. J. W. Held. Those who went from present. We notice that nearly every- Thursday with exercises showing good here to hear Gordon were Mr. J. V.' Al- thing brought on now in this line ia use- advancement during the term. Everyful. Tho day for candy and flro crackers len, Misses Jessie Cook, Jennie Held. body is pleased with her as a teacher. has about played out. (Mr. Allen says "Sweet Jennie") Mr. W. J. M. Pollard is moving to Otten-heiMr. George Jones, a grand son of D. Weaiherford, Misses Sallio Cook and Dr. Huffman, of Lancaster, ia Miss Anfta Held. James P. Harper has OapU Boston Dillon, died at his homo waiting on PierceJ Huflman, who has returned from South Carolina. It took near McCreary, Tuesday, with typhoid pneumonia, hot Is thought to bo some fever, and was burled in tho Lancaster him just six days to take a car load of better nt this writing. mules down, dispose of them and re- Cemetery, Wednesday. He was an bon-esS. M. Spoonamore and Fnnny Ball upright and exceedingly popular are turn. Mies Annie Cook Huffman, of now offering to sell lots off fof their Lexington, is visiting Miua Mollio Hop- young man. farms purchased at the.Blackerby sale at Everybody is going to Saxton's Min SoO per. Mr. Bud James, wlfo and children to $100 per acre, which will soon pot this our town on a nnd Mr. Vanarsdall, nil of llarrodsburg, Streisand Concortatthe boom. Friday evening. There are 30 uerform- are visiting at 0. C. W. D. Snowifclaims'to lhavo made ora in thoroupe. This is tho first good about $3.50 on the 30 feedinir WHITLEY COUNTY. snowiuanua been In Lancaster since to W. H. Traylor. ThisJ.don't cattle sold WILLIAMSBURC, look like the Opera House burned. The Lancas- hard times, but you can always bet on a Mr. It. D. Hill nnd Dr. A. Gatllff ter band hod to hustle to got thla excel- man of Snow's enegy at any time. went to Louisville Tuesday. lent troupe hero and the peoplo ought to Ed Minor was at homo Sunday Mr Torrill Foley died at his home help 'em out. from his work nt Versailles. in this county last Sunday of consumpFelix Tho denth of Mr, U. O. Arnold last White came home Thankej-ivintion. on bia Thursday was very sad indeed. He was first bicycle trip. T. G. Nunuellev ia A fow of tho young people gave Mrs. In apparent irood bpultli nml raa artMm nrranging to go to IMisaouri on n pros L. Whitehead n very pleasant sur- on tho petit jury. Hu J. went homo after pecting tour. prise Friday evening. court adjourned and during the night; Thi'turk-'speculators nro all in Three of our public schools closed tho dreadful disease, heart troublo, got hat week. Two of them gave public en lu its work. Ho was about 50 years of confusion sinco their creat llosa on tbo Thanksglviug market. Some aro oiler- tertalnments. MIsa Mary McCollough's ago, a consistent member of ttie church 'ng41 and somo 0c school had theirs at the school building and a Muster Mason. on foot, Jand there is some as to wheu the Cc man near tho Institute Wednesday evening Master Ware McRoborts has been will ba round again. and Mr. 0. S Wilson's echool had theirs quite sick, but is improving. Mrs. W. O G. P. Bright weighed up his larf o Thursday evening. Sweeney has at tlio been visiting her parent?, cattle to Monte Fox this we.ok ami font d by Both were good and much enjoyed Mr. nnd Mrs. Clemerdon. Mias Bernice that ho h.id graz-- nnd fed on them 49b present. the large crowds Biugtinian has returned to Richmond pounds Binco last Spring. Jim Suttcn Mrs. Elizi J. Blain died Nov. 27 of Angie, tho little daughter of Mr. Hum- sold his crop of tobacco, grown on ono pneumonia. Sho will bo known to ma- phrey Ballon, is sick with throat troublo. acre for 1100 to R D. Bruce, ny renders of thu I. J. ns tho wife of Dr. MIsa Llllio Dale Grant on tho entertained a fow stick. W. M. Blain, deed , who was raised In of her young friend Tuesday evening. Greeubeiry Bright, Jr., has just reLincoln county, but spent tho most of liia life, nfter lie became n physician A teacher in CritteiiUeii county turned from a trip to aMillersburg nnd here. Mrs- Blain was a native of this whipped four unruly 4oys nnd next homo via Uichmond;to see his girl. Mr. county and bad lived in Williamsburg morning tiieir lathers went with them Wm. Moberly and wile, noo Misa Fannie Swope, are visiting relatives in thla tho moat of her life. Sho wbb a member to tho school and made each boy whip and had been him to hla heart's content. Warrants vicinity. Miss Fannie looks ns sweet na of tho Ohnatlan church ever nnd nil extend to the newly d for many years. Her funornl was preach- havo been issued for thorn. couple their by Eldbr W. J. Masters, of Corbln, Flemlngaburg will attempt to vote Hubble hna tenue best wishes. L. G. ed to Houston, Toxaa, to niter which her remains wore buried in whisky out, Fob. 2. spend the winter. tho Briar Cr.eek Cemetery. For rheumstltm I have found nothing equal to A.MUllon Frlondd. Dr. J. J. Smith, of Huntsvillo, Tenn. Chamberlain'- - Pain Halm It relelves the pain at A friend In need Is friend indeed, w not less XounB. is here visiting relatives. MieBes Farris W. Va Wi"'1, J w relief It affords Liberty, than one million havo afound Just suchand friend iu Ihepiompt a it alone Wilder, of Corbin, spent a day or wuim ui.ui uinp mo cosi joceutt. lit contin- - Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, ami Coughs and Colds. If you have never used this effect a 'Gentry last week. ued ute willov IT, a. permanent enrc. two with Mrs. u Hocker, drucglit, Stan KrcatitCoughMediclnc, one trial will tnnvlnoe you roraaie ford. that has wonderful curative powers in all disDr. Mnys, of Paint Lick, was hero last eases ol the Throat, Ches t and Lungs. Each botMr. Ira hla son, Willie, who is In tle Is guaranteed to do all that Is claimod or mon Wetmore, a prominent real eitato week viaiting ey win bo refunded. Trial bottles free at A. R . na used Chamberlain'-Coli"2.? "cli echool at the Institute. Mr. J. Speed S I'ennj 's drugstore. Large bottles joe and fi. Cholera and Dlarrbcra Remedy in Mi family for aeveralveart aioccaaion required, and a Carroll, vho has been teaching school at wi.h pcrfe.t aucccu. He aya: "I Ittd u a Four 13 Successes. Ib at homo. l.ev. L. 0. perfect cure tor our baby when troubled with colic Having tho ueodediffmerit to more than make Harlan or dysentery. I now feel cot Partridge and wife, of Jelllco, wero vuiupicin wiiuuui a noma 01that my outfit atIshome gooil all the udveriuing claimed for them, the fol- tnis uemedy wing four remedios have reached a phenomenal on trip recently. Mr. Clifford or Kor aaalo away Irom home.' down a few days by Dr. S. O. Ilockor, druirglat, Stan- sale. Or King's New DiscOuery, for consump tion, Coughs and Colds, each bottle guarantecd-Klectr"Welsner, who'haa been under medical ford. littlers, the great remedy for Liver Stomin Louisville a few weeks, is ach and Kidneys Uucklen's Arnica Salve, tho treatment best in the world, and Dr. King's New Life Pills, a II. Mulfotd, of I'lalnvile fu at homo much improved. Miss Rowo-n- five yean of age, vratilck N. J. croup. little boy which are a perfect pill. All theso remedies aro with Kor two what claimed Stnnfill is nt home from nn extended oaya and nlchti he tried varioua rcinedlea recom guaranteed to do justname tais attached for them herewith and the dealer whuto neighbor. Bister, Mrs. mended by friendi and euro I would lie tayi' "I wt.l be Ud t teil you more of them. Sold At A thought aure I thought visit to Springfield to see her lose him. I J a. ' court-hous- o, ev-eal- first-clas- s ov-cr- y Dud-der- ar to-da- y. i- Lu-cl- lo home-folk- s. Por-to- woe-bego- t, court-hous- o r-- Mr. c y court-hons- e d - nini-rie- 4, 1894. letter in which I can give even one new thought, that I oncountor a difficulty alFull corps of Conservatory and Normal teachers. Superior'courses in Literature, Music and Art, most insuperable. Mr. Tarrant ia n No. 1 Excellent Hoarding Department. Catalogues and circulars lurnished on application. correspondent nnd both the proprietor and patrons of the I. J. appreciate hi8 services. He knows a news item, knows butter than almost anybody how to ono and better than all, he never lets ono slip by. Circuit court ia in session here nnd on Mondny, tho first day, a big crowd was in town. The persistent and irrepressible patent medicine man was also pres, Fancy-Groceriesent and he and myaelf did all In our power to make the good people lay in a supply of patent medicines and papers. Of course he succeeded, while by dint of Will open his Immense Stock of hard labor I did fairly well. Tho docket is a heavy one and if half of the cases are tried tho court will last till Christmas Thero are three murdor caaes; Flinchum for killing Watkins; Dovers for killing Purdom and Allen for killing Barlow, but it is more than probable that Mr. Devers' case will betheonly ono tried. - On Judge Jones' instruction to the grand jury was a lengthy one and particular BtresH whs put ou violations of tho election laws, buying and Belling votee, &c. As a good deal of this waa done at .tbo recent elwition, tho workers and possibly This Stock has been selected with great care and any and everything a few of the elected and defeated will from a cheap Toy to a most Elegant Present can be found. make themselves scarce till the g. j. adjourns. Liberty hasn't changed n bit since I was here last and is still entitled to tho They will be sold Astonishingly Low. blue ribbon for being the quietest town inthoStato. The hum of industry doesn't F. 13. TWIDWELL. disturb one's slumbers, yet it ia a good Hustonville, Ky. solid town and a great deal more business is carried on than an outaider would imagine. The young people are making vast preparationa for an entertainment to be given at the court-houou Friday evi ening, Dec 14. There will be farces, dialogues, declamations, drills and the like and tho prettiest girls in town will tako part. Meeare. A. Wash and O. H. Port-ma- n aro at tho head of it, and a rare Is Kecciviiiff His treat is in store. Col. Silas Adams left Tuesday morning FALL-:-AN- D -:- for Washington to finish out his term. Ho takes his defeat philosophically, but Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. freely admits that ho had much rather give his Beat up to a democrat like Geo. Stone than a republican of Dave Colson' make. There is a decided friendship exay isting between Col. Adams and George Stone. One of the greatest drawbacks Liberty baa is its fearful mall service. Some days tho mall comes, but frequently two or three days go by without any. This trouble la caused by the irregularity with How could one display their taste and thoughtfulness more than to which the train runs on the jerk water select a nice Rattan or Oak Rocking Chair for mother, sistcr'or road between .Kings Mountain and Yose. friend. Certainly that would be a pleasure now and a comfort in Ib the duty of this train to mite. It bring the mail for Liberty and other their declining days. points in Casey, but it seems that it ' brings it only when it ia perfectly con vonient. An effort ia being made to have mail for thla point put off at More-lan- d Opposite the St. Asaph. and then delivered here by the hack, which runa daily, except Sunday. It is to be hoped that the change will bo made. About as little whisky is being sold in Casey county as in any prohibition county in my knowledge. The distilleries may cell it, but there are certainly very fow blind tigers in tho county. Yose-miis Baid to be free of Buch .a thing, which if true, is quite a change for the better in the last year or bo. Whero is Lowia Withers? This question waa aaked u hundred or more times Monday. In fact it didn't look uiu U like Liberty court without that gentleDinner Sets, Chamber Sets, &c, all go at Cost till that date. man and his string of buggies. Every-bod- y knows Lewis Withers in Casey county and from the many kind, oxpres- BionB about him I judge that everybody likes him. o S Q w n 3 Birds are plentiful Here and bo are in C p in . hunters. Tho citizens do not .bolder O B 3 c n' them much, but hunters from other CD g. 3 p O 3 CD -ountles are making war on them rf n c Mesara. T. L. Carpenter and Gill Cowan, o a cr of Uuatonville, killen GO in ono day in 3 o to n the Mt. Olive neighborhood and it wasn't M 3 1 H n hcj 7t a good day for bird hunting either. o o VJ hi cr p o E. C. W. p c pre-par- o Manager Invades the State of Casisy. With bo diligent and eillcient a correspondent as Mr. EaBtham Tarrant to give our readers the news from tho ".State of Casoy," I find in attempting to write n Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Nc.vt;Scssion Begins Tuesday, Sep. F.B.Twidwell HT7ST01TVIliI.X, KTT., Dealer In Drugs, Medicines, Silverware, &c. Holiday-:-Good- s DECEMBER 1, 1894. First Pick & Choice. Come Early and Get H.6.RUPLEY,- se IPmhmtH SatftaUk 4 WINTER -:- GOODS. Christmas, Birth-D- and Bridal Presents at W. W- "Withers1. W. W. WITHERS, At Cost Till Dec. 1, '94. te Queensware, Glassware, 4 p Lamps, &c, p FARRIS & HARDIN. r I N t Q O -- r 3 I-- 1 c, There wero two total eclipses of the buu in the year 1712 and two in 18S9. Thla rare phenomenon will not happen again until tho year 2057. . The United States has more than doubled in population since the civil war bugan, and has trebled sinco tho Mexican war. Wisconsin Central Lines. 3 a o 3 o en p 3 o n O 3 rr P 31 O CD 3 era o s a 3 U) O i M CD B -- CD Ul 3 al-w- O.-H- ., Through line from Chicago to St. Pau Noo. lasting four years. The Bummers were intensely hot nnd tho famine prevailed everywhere; 8,000,000 people died of huDger. In 934 a drouth began in Europe ;;!. and Minneapolis, making close connection (no transfer) with lines running to all points in Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregop, California, and Pacific Coast points. 'The direct line to all points in Eastern, Middle, Northern and Western Wisconsin, AshPenny's Druj; btore R. had icen ChainberUin'i Cough Remedy advertised and thought would try It as a last hope land, Duluth and all Lake Superior and am happy to say thnt alter two dotes he slept Buciiln'aAxnlca Salve. points. Double dully through train seruntil morning. I gave it to him next day and a tor The best salve euro was effected. I keep this remedy in the house sores, ulcers, saltIn the world sores, cuts, bruisess vice with equipment. For full rhoum, fever tetter, chapnow and as soou as any of mv children show sirui all skin erup of croup I give it to hm and that is the last of ped hands, chilblains, corns and no pay rcquir particulars address any ticket agent in olons. It positively cures piles, or ad. It ia iruarantced to irive perfect satisfaction tho United Slates or J. C. Pond, genoral 15 and 50 cent bottles far a tie by Or. S. G. tr money refunded. I'rice. aj, cents ptr box, II jrker, drujjltt, Stanford. paesonger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. For sal by A. K. Penny, Stanlard, Ky, ic 1 first-class FALL GOOD IS My stock of Cloth il FiiMshitw "6 - Bnnris Rnn(.s -- r Shoes, &c, is now complete Call and see me. I H. J. MdROBERTS. f- - - &MI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford Ky., December 7, 1891 W. P. WALTON. Tiik president's message is tbo longest and least sensational ho lias over sent to Congress. It contains 15,000 words and a Rrcat deal of it is about aa dull reading as last year's almanac. We thought of civini! it in full full to our patrons, but as not one in 100 would read it, wo conTub Lonisvillo t'oat celebrated ita redense it for the benefit of those who moval to ita haudsomo new quarters on would lileo to know its contents without Third street, by appearing lu a beautiful having to wado through ito dreary new dresa and issuing a edition, chock full of interesting matter of a The paper begino with an oxlmustivo noway and miscellaneous nature. Under reviow of our relations with foreign gov- tho management and editorial control of square dealing, a surety of Lowest prices. ernments, Which aro , most satisfactory Mr. Richard W. Knott, the Post has FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. of adhering to a grown steadily in stature and in public and show the advantage firm-bu- t just policy, freo from envious or favor, until it is not only a gratifying fi-:- Buckwa cold at Lexington to Jim ambitions National schemes, characteriz- nancial success, but a powor in politics Murphy for $4,600 ed alone by honesty and sincerity. Tho and a tremendous lever in good governCows. Wnntjto winter; beat of cam at random from the various departments, hundreds ot others all over suggestion is made that our joint A. G. Huffman, Stanford. ment. the big store are waiting to be gathered in. over 8amoa be withdrawn. At Mt. Sterling, Kidd & Judy bought A FAsnwx paper says tnutumall waists Recommendations are made for a 64 fat cattle of Henry IJall at $4 30 per slight increase of the army; extension of are all the rage and that the now French cvvt. the coast defenses; the building of addi- corsets squeeze bo tight, that a girl will F. M. Ware sold to Wm. Moreland a tional naval vessels; the appointment of havo no further need for masculine eOort lot of butcher stull at $1 SO mid several fudge for each Federal cir in that direction. We don't believe it. edge. f edera at 3c. beautifully embroidered, always io and FIVE cents this week. cuit; reform in mail classification and in When tho girls have to giye up stays or In 1892 tho two year-olrecord for of Appeals handed down Tho Court Ladies' ribbed cotton vests and pants 30 cents per suit, worth Indian policy; increased effective- the good right arm of a vigorous aud lov- a decision yesterday in which it wrs pacera was 2:1GJ, now little Diiectly ha the 50. ness of the agricultural department; tho ing man, we suspect that corsets, French held that it is not unlawful for business leduceddt tot2:07j. Ladies' black wool hose 20c worth 35. fall into innocestablishment of a National board of make or what not, will T S. Mobarly, of Madison sold 28 " fleece lined hose 25c worth men to combine for the burposo of ' 40. health and an extension of the civil ser- uous desuetudo. against dishonest shorthorna in Chicaito at ?fl 45. They themselves Misses ribbed wool hose 15c, worth 25c. 10-- white Blankets vice. weighed 1,702 pounds and brought $110 75c Tub Catlottsburg Democrat haa chang- creditors. and 1, worth 1.25 and 1.50. Good heavy alico omforts'at Trie pension rolls increased 3,532 durO. L. llowerton, a white man of Par- a head. 75c ing the year and now aggregate 009,544' ed hands, Editor T. D. Marcum has is, has created a sensation by marrying a Anderson Carr has rented 83 acios and 1. Satin covered omforts 1. Our transferred his interest to G. F. Friel and requiring $140,000,000. As it is now 30 ft in tbo negro woman. Tho ceremony was per- o' land from Dr. J. B. Owidcy, near tho years after the war, this will likely be G. H. Sherlock, who will keep We wel- formed at Cincinnati and when he took Rish Branch pike, for f500, and will the limit and henceforth it must decline. middle of the democratic road. sanctuary his bride home, a brakeruan jeered at plant most of it in tobacco. The courageous and generous veteran come the new into the inner S.G. Rogers Bold to Perry Jefferson him aud he shot him. So the first day departing guest. soldier at the bead of tho bureau, has and speed the of bis honeymoon are being spent in aal John (Hunter, cf Milleraburg, IS exposed and stopped many barefaced and hotses at $40. Some ut these animals And Overcoats at $3, $$, $7 and $ 10 arc one of the drawing cards The Congresdiuun wno got left are jail. This ia Secretary Carlisle's estimato cost $200a piece several years ago. Par- the day: Why is it ? Because you can save on them extensive frauds upon the government striking the president fore and aft for 25 per cent and he will continue his vigilance to the jobs. Nine want to go aa minister to of appropriations necessary t tor 1895 is Kentuckian. end. Tbo accusation that an effort to Brazil and some would be willing to go For the legislative department $10,377,-61-- Farris A Whitley sold to U. P. Mor-tlt- t, defeat pension frauds is evidence of un- to Hades, if this country exchanged oxecutive $194,024, State $2,00S,218, of Washington county, 40 yearlings treasury $133,735,362, war $55,296,3'J0, of 650 pounds averago at 3. They friendliness toward "our worthy veterans courtesies with that. navy $20,726,752, interior S173.S25.071, bought of T. V. JenkinB of Garrard a lot For Infant only 25c, worth 50. Men's fine Shoes and a denial ot their claims to the gen90, 1.10, 1.35, e f2,46S,932, agricultural $3,227,-2S- of 1100 pound cattlo At TA and sold to 250 and 3.75 erosity of the government, suggests an Hicks, the weather prophet, is without labor $170,011, justice 87.730.3S9. Weihl 50 slop cattlo at 2. Reuben Gen unfortunate indifference to the commis- honor in his own country, if we are to sion of any offense which baa for its mo- judge by tho number of votes he receiv- Total $415,700,943. try bought of N. H. Gentry, of Sedalia, tive the securing of a pension, and indi- ed. In his race for Congress recently It ia reported that the Illinois Cen- Mu., a young Berkshire boar that is a 9 cates a willingness to be blind to the ex- - only 46 persons voted for him out of tral holds that the failure of the Louis- fulL brother to tho boar that took the ville and Nashville to comply with tho championship premium at tho World's in hiB district. iitence of mean and treacherous Crimea terms of agreement between the two Fair and fold for $350 He is a beauty. which play upon demagogic fears and Mibadilk Dicru, the democrats car- companies terminated that agreement make sport of the patriotic impulse of a Advocate. A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor ried a number of towns in their munici- and leaves the Illinois Central in posgrateful people. pal elections Monday. Thus does the session of the C..O. and 8, W. The The expenses of the government exT. D. RANEY, Manager. ceeded the receipts during the year by Lord dispense small favors and kaep us President of the Illinois Central sajs Branch Stores: his company has bought the road and There cime to my trm Not. tath a SORUKL, $69,893,260.58, although there waa a de- from losing heart entirely. MAKti, blue .ront Owter of the expenses of nearly, sixteen and operate it, and it is said cangethtr by face, let Ilor this foot whito, charges Pari?, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, will hold It crease none and paying Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana NEWSY NOTES. J M. KKID, Stanford. on good authority that it will be operat- 10 millions. On Nov. 1, the money of all ' Virsailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. kinds in circulation was Sl.072,093,422, or The exposition hall and First Bap- ed in connection with the Big Four. I $24.27 per capita. It estimated that upon tist church ut Omaha, burned; loas $175,-00Fifty national banks were organized TUS OK present revenue laws with during the year ending October 31, the basis .of the 79 with a capital of the government during Mitsjarboe, wr trimmer, Is in the citlet buytho receipts Tne fire los9 in this country, for No- a capital of $5,2S5,000, Slock, and I will bit Kail the current fiscal year ending June 30, vember was $12,135,800, making the of $10,475,000 went into voluntary liqui- ing utual filland Winter ilU larbocand not makemy trip. Uoth her nurbanks, with a cap- ensscs will arrive next week and you are cordially 1895, will be $424,427,748.44, and ita ex- enormous total for 11 months $117,023,-40dation. Twenty-on- e Hi H. Bronaugh, Pror, invited to tall penditures $444,427,748 44, resulting in a ital of $2,770,000 were placed in tho MISS LICCIE BEAZLHY, Orab Orchard, - - Kentucky. SUnfatd Kr. deficit of $20,000,000. In a fit of jealousy Gus Walker, of hands of receivers. Tho total number evidently regirds the Selma, Ala., shot one woman mortally, of national banks in existence on the 31st The president list foi aalefrom thebcit trnot of Hfttt.t tariff as somewhat of a dead issue, at another through the thigh and a third day of October last, was 3,750, being 40 Stock. Ilrccdett lecured from th beat herds In Mverat different Statei. Correspondence Solicited. less than the 3lst day ot October, 1893. east he dovotes but little of the message through the arm. Of Lincoln County. $072,671,-39- 5 to it. Ho insists, however, upon freo A residonca costing $5,000 was re- Tho capital etock paid in was being f 0,977,461 less. iron ore and coal and the repeal of the cently successfully moved from Seattle The Ntw differential duty on refined sugr and to Olympia, a distance of 90 miles, withTo the Lincoln County Democracy. nbrogation of the McKinley the out tearing it apart. ' Mill, We have decided to abandon the conduty ou sugar upon which There w'll be three women in the other countries pay export bounties. Tho next Colorado legislature Mrs. Clara tests recentlyinstituted by us for the ofLancaster, Ky., repeal of the law denying registry to Cressingbam, Mrs. Francis Klock and fices of county clerk and assessor, aud IN STANFORD. party which nominated I now In 'ult operation, and lovitea the attention is also urged. we owe to the foreign built ships Mrs. Carrie Clyde Holly. ol the LuiIJcm of Lmci'Iii coji-tt it mater-alWc make this announcement that all may avail themselves of the and supported us an explanation both of lupeiio workmaninip and low pricei Ncte Deprecating the financial systom which A Detroit urin la preparing to manmakes it necessary to sell bonda to keep ufacturing the new remedy for diphther why we began and of why wo now OUR P51ICES: SOME up the gold reserve, thn president Bays ia, these contests. which haa created such because, in Perfectly clear poplar or yellow pice floorin at First. Wo undertook them he will resort to such sale as often as wideapread interest in Europe. y per hundred, pei Hundred. A low a. good faith, we did not believe that tho l'crfectly clear yclljw potla Ji emergency requires to save the crodit of boarding at' Louise Albertl, of Galveston, Tex,, certificate of tho Canvassing Boaid, ((.coper minuted, iviiowat wrxthtr niirjurcd ji 30 per the government, or until Congress shall Allpn'.terrn and thlckaoret ol Ceiling In yellow Of buying Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats. &c, at LESS poisoned her five children while suffer- which gave to each of our opponents a title. popUr, chciinut ami aib, at low at Ji at per THAN supplant the present monetary aystoin. ing from dementia. Two of the women majority of six, certified the true verdict hundred I'oubli dretied lumber at low at Ji per COST. Everything that is not sold by that time will be boxed and The ideal relationship of tho governclluw Dint finlihlnir lumber. hukdrtd. qiurter This is a chance of a life time to buy ment to the circulation of tho currency are dead, and tbo others' in a critical con- cf the people. We know from an inspec- urdeia. oak, &.. Save money by giving us your shipped to our other store. -v of the country is it absoluto divorce- dition. THE LANCASTKk I'LANING MILL, tion of the election returns that not ItBS the best of goods at a mere shadow of a price, so don't delay but I.ancaaKTflKy. 73 6in Now than 70 fraudulent votes had been cirt-WA. W. Dennett, a wealthy ment from tho business of banking. The come at once to the last great sale of Yorker, has bought the farm upon which AyMAyrVyAyAyAy know also that not lees than 80 demcondition can not be reached immediateAbraham Lincoln was born, in La Ruo ocrats in the county had, through carely; but as a step iu that direction and aa a means of securing a more elastic cur- county, and will convert it into a public lessness or ignorance, practically thrown away their votes eo far as the county rency aud obviating other objections to park. The river at Pittsdurg reached a ticket was concerned. They bad stamp-earrangement of a bank circuthe present b)ating Btage Monday, and 5,000,000 their ballots in the first square under lation, the, secretary of tho treasury preb labels of coal were started down stream. the party device, instead of in the square sents in his report a scheme modifying containing 60,000 bushels containing it, and were counted only for the present banking laws and providing Four barges, were sunk. McCreary, when their manifest purpoto for the issue of circulating notes by State A bill has been introduced in the was to vole for the whole democratic Polk's best Tomatoes $ i.io per doz. cans. Granulated sugar 20 banks freo from taxation under certain provides for a repeal of Alabama Legislature making usurpation ticket. Thus fortified, on both moral limitations. It pounds fpr Si. Green coffee 20c. Pickles 5c dozen. RollcdOats 5c the law requiring the deposit of bonda of office a felony, punishable by a fine and legal grounds, thus believing that a pound. Coal Oil 10c a gallon. Soda (bulk) 5c a nound. The measure is aim the people had been cheated of their aa a security for circulation; that bank aud imprisonment. means so much more than ed at Kolb. choice, we felt it our duty, not less to our can issue notes equnl to 75 per cent of The rumor ia again received that Mr. party than to ourselves, to make an ef. you imagine serious ancli a tax of ha f their paid up capital, that theVresi-denc- y fort at least to right this wrong if it could of 1 per cent be levied on circulation to M. H. Smith will soon resign iatal diseases result froirn Heavy trace chains formerly 75c, now 50c per pair., Hunter's and of the L. and N. and take that of be done by lawful means. pay expenses of printing notes by the trifling ailments neglected, i Tin Rim Sifters 10c. Prunes 10c a pound. Eyaporatcd pears 10c a treasury department and that a guaran- the new Southern Railway Company at Second. A very brief experience, f Don play with Nature's pound. Evaporated Peaches' ipea lb. 1,000 Matches for '5c. in taking proof serves to satisfy us tee fund of 5 per cent of the total circu- a salary of $50,000. greatest gift health. The earnings of the L. and N. for that while! there is no difficulty whatever These arc not leaders, but a few prices given in a nut shell how lation shall be paid for the immediate reIf yoq are reeling we sell every thing. notes of banka that November wore $1,811,740, an increase in showing a great number of illegal demption of the out of sorts, weak J of $77,023 ovor November, 1893, but a votes, there is an insuperable difficulty fail. and eenerallv ex 1 ' haustccj, nervous, J decrease of $144,869 from the earnings of in allowing truthfully how these votes The message closes with an assurance November, 1892. and can't work. J were cast. Tho only attainable and comthat the executive will be glad to ucx"i ui uin idlSenator Vest announces his conyer-so- n petent evidence on this point, under a se with the legislative department in ing the most rella bio strengthening to a belief in the necessity of cloture any laws that shall tend to already been deperfecting cret ballot which has medicine, which fs Brown's Iron lilt the prosperity and wellfare of our coun- if the Senate is to retain the respect of stroyed, ia the oath of tho voter himself. ters. A lew botthe people. He declared that the pres- The trouble, which in ourinnoconce we try. tles cure benefit , 1 J Sa ar . comes from the Sbr The late catastrophe seems to have had ent rulea plainly "encourage parlia had not foreseen, is this: When a voter very first dose mentary blackmail," and asserted that is clearly shown to havo had no right to . un't itaiu tour ita effect on Mr. Olovoland and ho is far Should be considered when ycu go to buy. Every article I sell is tuth, aud It's from being as self assertive as formerly. astbe question of changing the,ruleshad vote, and both his past party affiliation pleasant to take. the best that can be had for the In fact that or the gout haa apparently been debated for yeara the Senate was and his presentcolor aro found to be he iHalso found to taken much of the snap out of him and In position to act at once. Kolb haa written a message, address-alt- o be, under judicious coaching, serenely the catch phrases which formerly markDyspepsia, Kidney and Liver Wj the Alabama Legislature, but real- and cheerfully ready to swear that he ed his productions are conspicuous for ' ' II Neuralgia, s Troubles, So only one is ly meant for the groundlings, in which .their absence. About the the straight democratic ticket. Constipation, Bad Blood "protected to the point of strangulation," he reccommends that his followers rofuse then, to eliminate from the poll these Malaria, Nervous ailments i Youjinvcst. The same standard is maintained in each department! and even this ii charged by the envious to pay their taxes until he gets what ho late and entirely unlookcd for recruits to Women's complaints. Louisville Times as not original. The wants. As the tax collectors in 38 of the our party rauks, would bo merely to in l Het onlv the rrenulnr ll . ... vvvv red .. , lines on message ia a straight forward honest doc- GO counties in Alabama are K 01 bites, crease our opponents' apparent majority r atltutea. me wrapper. of All others are sub. On rccciltt tunic, stamna we ument, nevertheless, and ahowa that the this move may embarrass tho adminis- of six to one of 70 or 80. "We aro further f will send set of Ten Beautiful World's 1 hair Views and book free, president baa the courage of his convic- tration and cause much confusion in fi- advised that tho kind but inadequately BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MO, B.. PEIT1T"2". expressed intention of our 80 democratic tions and dares always to express them. nances. do-tai- ls. Lexington that tho Breckinridge followers havo declared war to tho knife and the knife to tho hilt against Senator Blackburn for the part he took against tho and say he must bo beaten for at all hazards. Tho wish may be father to the thought, but wo believe that Gov. McCreary will save the disgruntled very much effort. Ho ought to bo and wo hopo will be tho next U. S. Senator from Kentucky. He is eminently fitted for tho position aud he has wou his spurs by faithful service to his people and to his party. silver-tongue- It is sent out from 2S-pa- guar-denshi- The House has passod a bill to establish a national patk onShiloh battlefield. Senator Quay has proposed a substitute for tho pending sugar bill which will abolish tho difforontial duty. II. O. Havomoyor receives a salary of $75,000 a year as president of tho Sugar Trust Bnd $23,000 a year ai trustee The auditorium theatre at Kansas City built in boom times at a cost of $350,000 sold under foreclosure tho other day for $75,000. Tho college at Georgetown, D. O. haa forbidden ita students to play football with outside teams until tbo present brutal methods aro adopted. Tho Missouri Supremo Court siys that tho distribution of liquor by a club to its members is not sil within the meaning ot the license laws. The President has nominated Edward II. Strobol, now Minister to Ecua-dotosucceod Hon. James D. Porter, of Tennessee, as Minister to Chili. died Two prominent Leon Abbett, of Wednesday, New Jersey, passed away in Jorsey City, while ox Gov. Bowie, of Maryland, died at Baltimore. Hon. B. Johnson Barbour, of Charlottesville, one of the most prominent Virginians of hiB time, is dead, at an advanced age. He was especially well known for his literary culturo and knowl r, friends can neither bo proven uor in any into effVct. We havo learnthat frauds and mistakes ot this character are incapable of correction under our present ballot system, and that they can bo prevented, if at all, only by greater vigilanro on the part of election officers and by a much neodod course of We want to impress on the minds of customers our apprcciatin of Kindergarten instruction to white voters, Tho colored troops are already and al- their support and encouragement towards our success in a substantial way to them by giving the most liberal money's worth they ever had ways carefully looked after. For these reasons, and with the kind- - in their lives. Low prices with us arc the rule. Every day proves oat wishes for our successful opponents, the wisdom of this plan which we adopted when wc began business and with the- liveliest gratitudo to all who voted for us even to tboso who and which is now so fully understood by the public whose tried to but didn't know how arid with unshaken faith in our party, in its prin!i ciples, and in its final, full, ordained w ,m m ii mil ... m.v "!' Mj i'Jk. LC j a i LsJ a& iJ triumph in county, Stato and nation, wo voluntarily rotlro from tliU at beat disWc are determined to estabfish for tasteful controversy, and own ourselves Wc enjoy to the fullest extent. G. B. Goopbii, beaten. ourselves a name which shall be synonymous for good quality, a Dec. 0th, '04. E. t). Kknnkdy. guarantee of fair and wiso carried ed, in short, WONDERFUL EARGAIN SALE ! IriPfc TfcTTC IP TP1) IE mir iPti IE vi x x 1 f f- - Ex-Go- v. BARGAINS SELECTED 2D Dozen Ladles' Handkerchiefs, isc ' t , 4 a pro-tectln- g 4 MCIE1N9B 0 K3 UIT 7, FINE SHOES : STANFORD, K i post-offic- 2, 13.-87- LOUISVILLE STORE, Estray. 0. TO THE iHieataaaaataannaiani HHE-OUASS.HK- Duroc Jersey Red Swine 0. ffiQJBBVRIiBnf TO THX CIT1ZBITS i Lancaster Planing Only One More Glorious Week , tur-render- anti-tOxin- e, OF GREAT : OPPORTUNITY e d. In Poor Health t IB. IB GTOlsTES &c SOILT I FIGURES TALK. NAILS. 2 POUNDS FOR 5C. bow-ove- r, f T 1 Brown's W. H. WEAKEN & CO. Iron timers It Curds hnr-rnr- vo-te- d m rti D r A. r- - DRUGS, BOOKS, JEWELRY. Druggist ijj.j; AAykgaA l fryiflfm& criminal assault on Ellen llubhard, a Interior Journal cripple, aged nnd feeble woman. "After Fon IIrnt. Tho Vluk Cottage, Apply committing tho oritur on tho woman tho three men had a row, which, it is claimSrA'jrotiD, Ivy., December 7, 1891 at this oil co. ed, resulted in Helton and Foley murNotick our display of books. Every dering their companion. All threo wore drunk. E. C. Walton, Business Manager thing new. V. II. Mrltobertfl. McKln-noy'a- emi-Weekly Wkatiixr atrlpM nt" Higizliis A . MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Onyx tables and bunmiet lamps in Mr. Tim Root, of Mlllodgoville, and magnificent designs at Dunks', tho Jew'MEAH3 feuSIKESS, eler, Miss Stella McOarley. of Itowland, elop Buy your Hchool books nnd school sup Orei'k titMi paper, beautiful colors ed to Jcllico, Wednesday night and tho pliea of all kinds nt A. H. Penny's. 'Watciiks, clocks and jewelry repaired for lamp shades ami decorations. W. B. twain weru made ono fl"sh. Everything new next wce'k. After marriago tho French woman and warranted. Engraving a specialty, Mcltobertn. (tains her lihert, thotEngllsh woman at A. H. Tonuy's. Bia lot of ChristumB goods. Cotno loses hers and the American woman conTiiiclargoBt stock of Druga, Medicines, Terfutnery, Paints and Wall Paper at early and get them whilo they aro frerb, tinues as before to do as sbo pleases. Pescriptious a special- Farrls& Hardin. A. It. Penny's. Divorced from K. A. Black awBy Bookseller and Druggist. back in 18511, losing a husband durirg Foil Salk on Runt. Itesldence occupt PERSONAL POINTS. rd by B. K. Wcaren. Price f 15, month- tho war, and another by death after the war, Rebecca Jarvis Iibb just been mar Mrs. Alick Uauoumah continues very ly payments. Thoa. Iliciiards, Stanford.' ricd onco more to Black. 111. .VEW ADVEBTlSEMKNTrt. Yesterday at 4 o'clock nt tho homo Tiik hand wjth Haxton's Minstrels Miss Sue Cozatt, ol Parkflvlllo, is with mado good music for the parade and the of her father, Dr. J. W. Jamison, at ParMr4. Mnttio Xuvlu. is, Mies Fields Jamison, tho lovely nieco Miss Kei.uk Dillok, of Lancaster, is show laBt night promised to be a good of Mrs. G. 0. Givens, and who has many one. violting Mlna Annie Straub. friends hore, was married to Mr. Parker Ou 22, Miib. Janr Miooinb, of Lancaster, lies Taxis. All city taxes must bo paid a Graham, of Terro Hauto, Ind. I will tell ll ol mr property consisting of a i air of with Mrs. V. M. lUggins. been onco or property will be levied on to satt A West Virginia youth, who killed Fairbank Stock Scales worth $100 per year and Miea Mollik Dhookr, of Crab Orchard, And TOTtNADO. Temporary office at D. W. Vandeveer's store. isfy same. 0. J. Newland, city- mar- his sweetheart because aim wouldn't is visiting Mrs. J. Q. Corpeuter. A GOOD COAL BUSINESS shal. marry him, eays ho hopes a mob will m- - r.. irc MissJknmk Duncan, of Lancaster, Is ill c..1. hang him and that ho would kill himself and ill good ruiair and one of the belt placet iunevr the with her sister, Mrs. It. 0. Warron. ItoiiBti? Jackson, charged with mur- except for tho Scriptural injunction country to tell coal. MkpsHs. W. A. TittiiiiLK and I. M. der in Laurel county, was brought to against self murder. Ho might I Sell 75.000 Bushels A Year. Bruce went to Llborty yesterday to at jail here for safekeeping by Sheriff Mor regarded tho injunction against any kind tond court. an, Tuesday night. Alwalotit 50 Harrel of Corn in crib. 30,000 lt of murder. Ililtd Millet, Miss Plokkmck Jkkniso'. of Boyle, Mr. Enoch Barnett, a widower of 38, This oflico was treated to a watermelon has joined Mica Lizzie Dunn at Mrs. M. SEVEN : GOOD : MILK : OOWS, yesterday by Mr. It. O. Engloman that and Miss Mooro, n dumure maiden of 10, 8. BauRhman's. , ol them Wed All young and part horici, t Jcrtcyt. a heifcri, wero married at the Mini. Bsttik Woodios and daughter, ho had kept on ico since lstt summer. txtra lamily mare, tone thoati, hogt, 3 nesday by Itdv. A. V. Size more, in the ound and all right, t 4 year old mare, 3 year Mla Mary Woodson, of Casey, aro guests It was rr cold ns charity and its flavor filly, a Rood one, t yearling hone colt, one weanpresenco of a number of ladies and the ling fillv colt by Capt. I'owcll'i Fngliih Hunter, was retained remarkably. of Mrs. Kdgur Wilkinoon. Kitchen Furniture, Every cloak in our stock goes at a big reduction. Some of these around the building-Afte- tome Hams, Ilouienold and gone. Have a wild usual luincers-oabout 60 head of improved Mks. It. O. Hail and son, Qeofco Dr. Gkken Moohk line been appointed tl ceremony the groom froze on gandtr running with them and lott ol other goods have come in in the last few days, but they go too. Prices on Wearen, of Somorset, aro vlsiling Mr. to mention. postmaster at McKinuey, vice W. It. to his bride's arm and they meandered thingi too numerout of Jioan't under cash; over Tkkhb All mmi and Mra.Ueorgo D. Wearen. looking as happy as a pair that amount a credit of 30 days, payable at the children's cloaks cut half in two. Davidson, removed. Hu 1h n staunch up the street, First National liank of Stanford, with approved lUv. It. B. Maiiom--, of Carthargc, a and attracting much at- - security No property removed until terms ot democrat anil has had no opposition of Teun., has joined his wife at the bedside sale are complied with. since Mrs. Montgomery became Mrs. Mc- - teutiou. S. D. ADAMS, Rowland, Ky. of her father, Mr. A. It. Penny. Kinney. P.S. All persona knowing themselves indebted CHURCH AFFAIRS. Mkmiis. M. F. Elkix and J. 8. Owsley; to me for coal rr othi rwlse will pleaie settle as I I am bound to have a icttlcaent of my business. Jr., have secured 22 names and will or Tiikiik will bo an educational meeting New York City is to havo a new Our "Cut Price" Dress Goods Sale. We have some surprises for g.tnlzo a Maccaboo Lodgt) at Lancaster. at Janle Wnih Institute, Middleburg, Young Men's Christian Association you. New Corset Cloths, new Broad-Clothnew Serges, all go in Mu.0. F. TiLLrrr, of LancAster, was Saturday, Dec. 15, and all lovers of edu- building which will cost 1500,000. of cation are invited to attend. There will here Tuesday. lie has written a sort this sale. We bought them that we might have plenty for all who come. The American Baptist Homo Mis- THE barletque history of his town, which he also be an entertainment at the college) sionary society has a debt of $128,000 is preparing to print. that night. and but for legacies would bo seriously The undersigned s'ockboldcrs hereby atsoclat M11. Will T. 8 aun nuns returned from themselves together in order to for a comoration F. B. Twidwbll, of Hutftonville, hue hampered. Frankfort Tuesday night, to the nrmB of pursuant to Chapter 171 ol the Genersl btatutes of The Methodist church at Columbus, Kentucky. the handsomest line of Christmas goods his faithful and loving wife. II 0 is in 1 heir corporation shall possess We are still giving away printed Cloth Figures with each purchase ever opened in that town and ie selling Ind , has expelled a member of 23 years enumerated in Chapter 171 of the all the powers General statfloe health and is looking well. them cheaper than over before heard of. standing for renting a house to bo UBed ute of Kentucky, An Act lor the creation and of Si. Makes the best toy out. Hkv. W. E. Ellis, Albert Severance, reguUMou 5f private corporations tocame a Uw Go to his store and make your selections aa a saloon. April j, iSS Misses Annie Green and Sue Itout, C. E. AllTICLK s. Elder It. 0. Flower, a former pastor before his stock is broken. Tne name of the corporation shall bs the Tato and 8. V. Menefeo enjoyed I)ix of the Christian church at Bowling Canninit. Company and us princlpallplaee bn's lecture at Danvlllo Wednesday eveTux Moores wero held in $1,000 bonds Green, is in jail at Chicago, charged with ol business stall bo the town of McKincey, counKentucky. ot ning. each for shooting on a 0. S. train and obtaining fiS.OOO from N. C. Foster, a ty Lincoln, Statool ARTICLE 3. In tending her eubtcripliun for anoth-o- r otherwise terrorising passengers. The The general nature of the business to be year, Mlsa Anglo Btllou, of the Clif- examining trial was to have been at Wisconsin lumber dealer, by false prebr this corporation shall be the canning and tenses. preserving of fruits and vegetables, the purchase ton Forge, Va., Seminary Faculty, writes Georgetown, but it wbb waived and the and sale thereof and ot any other business perThe oldest church in America of taining to the same. that the sovoral Lincoln county pupils caso will be heard before the circuit Protestant denomination is St. Luke's, ARTICLE 4. are making rapid improvement and that court. The authoriied capital stock ot this corporat'on five miles from Stnithfleld, Vn. It was Miss Edna Courts is winning golden shall be Fire Thousand Dollars divided into comtan Our Holiday stock of Silverware must be seen to be appreciated. Tub sensational story of an attempt to erected in 1032 and not entirely aban- sh. res of Fifty Dollars esch, but asthis pr cent, opinions bb editor of tho paper of the may begin business when as much 50 blow up Berea College with dynamite doned until 1020. Five years ago tho of the capital stock Is subscribed, and no stock, We are making a handsome display in this line arid trust you will Library Society. less than its lace value and ex be At this writing, 1:30 r. m., tho doctors grow out of a prank pf the students of work of restoration was begun, and last shall for issued at money actually paid In ror property at its come in and see how far your money will go in our silver department. cept week tho church was actually received and applied tn the market value pronounce Mr. A. It. Penny's ctao hope, that insttlutlon. The Louisville Times ot the corporation or for Tho Methodist meeting at tho Pres- authoriied purposes for labor done and accepted serat Our styles are artistic and quality can not be questioned by anyone contained a scary head-linaccount of it vices rendered and loss and say his death Is a question of a market value. s goods. Our prices are put right down Tuesday, to bo corrected by tho Courier-Journ- byterian church continues at fover heat, itsSubscriptions lor stock shall bo paid as fellows: one who is a judge of very short time. His heart action is very and tho religious fervor and enthusiasm 50 per cent, to be paid on or before Jan. I, 1805. 50 rock bottom and we think that you can not fail to agree with us that day. next or tho gives vent iu any way the subject choos per cent, l&jj. balance to be paid on or before feeble and there are frequent long lapson April 1, , ToTkachkbs. I have received this es to express it. "Whose got it?" asks All later suoscnpiious jorsiocic la uv paiu iu. yon have never seen such good values for the money as are now offerin its beats. A rood man seems very ed by us for the Holidays of '94. near the end and tua whole community morning a draft for 40 per cent, due you, tho preacher, meaning eanctlfication. on demand. ARTICLE. vhich will bo paid Saturday, 8th inat. "I have," will feel the blow. at oner. Names ot residences, number of shares and Bays several Mies Pattib Bxazlzy joinod Miws As I wish to see all tho teachers before "Then toll about it!" ho responds, and a'noun s subscribed by stockholders: 10 Shares McKlnney, Ky K. L. Bessie and Jenniu Burnside, all of Gar- their terms expire, I trust all who can men and women vie with each other in K M. Tanner, ..10 Ware, .to ' Wm. Chesterfield, rard, at Mr. and Mm. A. G. Huflman's will call in person for their money. telling what good things the Lord has " . Jas. II. .. " Monday and that evening they wero en- Books for library aro also hero. W. F. done for them. Then tho holy laughs, David A lUugh, " .. W. A Coffey, tertained at a popcorn party, which wsb McClary, Co. Supt. .. 1 " tho aniens, tho praise God and other Ilflck, J.I. Davidson, .. I " enjoyed by quite a number of couples, aro indulged in. Men em- A. II. F.stcs for 8, A Estes" " ..to " Kd M. A vkiiy annoying error, to tno editor .. S " who were delitfhtod with tho visitors brace each other, women kiss and tho Ed. I. Tanner. ... J " at leapt, occurred iu the "make up" of Mt. Salem, " D. MeCarty, ami their hospitable hosts. hundred or moro participants feel, appa- G. (Vmenitch, ' .. S " McKlnney, A. the report of Gon. Gordon's lecture in rently, like . a " A. II. McKlnney, they wero already enjoying J. T McKmney, .. t " our last ibrtuo and nearly all the papers CITY AND VIP.INITY. " .. the bliea of heaven. To tho phlegmatic I). V. Kennedy, .. a " wero printed that way btfore It was diswo .Sim. M Owens, nnd those who hnvo been taught 4hnt I O. R. Sluder, Xmab presents from 25c up at Danka'. covered. "Tho "imposer" in "Justifying" 2 Huitonville, " need not expect to bo taken to heaven G. C. Ljon, Only a few days more and our hearts shall be made happy. ARTICLE 6 Visit our reiiiuunt counter. Sever- the columns accidentally put n "stick in a hurrah, these scenes aro surprising This corporation shsll begin business as providfull" from tho second column into the ance tic Son. and novel. Tho church is crowded to ed for in Article 4, on or before Jan. t. i)$. and third and entirely destroyed thu connec existenco for 25 years thereafter, unBuuocation each night by anxious be- contiuue its terminated according to law as prescribWantkd -- A good farm hand. J. E tion, ine poor leiiow, wlio did it was lievers and those who go out of curiosl less soonerGeneral Statutes ol Kentucky. ed In the Bruce, Stanford. immediately killed, so we will follow tho ity and ARTICLE 7. services last three or four the bo conductWe have evcorporation ancient precept: De mortuis nil nisi bo hours. Dr. Oarradine's engagement ends The affairs ot theand agents as shall stockholders If not, come and let us help you in the preparation, the Elegant lino of hanging lamps at num. ed by such officers elect, eonsutmtf, of a presiwith but that will not end tho my deem necessary tosecretary nnd treasurer and erything for young and old for the table, the parlor, the bed room, HIgginB & McKinaey's. dent, manager, and by a boird of lire the well, 'the sick, the cold, the warm, the poor, the rich all can The election contest is oil and County meotiug, Tho efforts of tho St. Louis ceneral oihcers au.l board being elected unnualty by Solid silver bolts, webbing complete, to convert 1 hestockholders on the 1st Mondty in December the Jamea F, Cummins, and As- divine havo been principally to hold office for one year or until their successois for $1.75 at Danks', the Jeweler. sessor Thomas Terry, will tnko charge of Christians. Itov. U. E. Ramsey will are elected and qualified. In the annual election officers ofdirectots to keep up the good work ot right to cast as manyeach shareholder shall have Oun big nd. Bajs a fuw words about those ottlces without further lot or bin votes in the aggregate as a Jow- - dranco. , Messrs. G. B. Cooper nnd E and to try to lead sinners from the he thallhold shaics multiplied by the number of silverware this wuek. Danks, tho If you will only present them withisome of the beautiful and useful officof s or directors to be ilccted, and each shareeler. D. Kennedy find that there wero u great error of their wsy. holder may cast the whole number ol votes either Beautiful Dress Goods from in person or by proxy for one candidate or distrib- presents we have bought for Christmas. Illegal votes cast, but under the ute his votes among two or mqr candidates. by a See notice of Mr. Adams' ealu atltow. CRAB ORCHARD. for ladies and gents, beautful tashall he filled 10c to Si. 50 per yard. Underwear Should a vacancy occur it no hnd on tho i!2d. Ho seams to hnvo hateful secrot ballot system, there iscast! vote oT the stockholders, at any special meeting way to prove how theso voteH wero Mrs. W. E. Terkina Bnd Mra. Kath-erin- called for that purpose. ble cloths and napkins to match. Lace bed sets, table covers, throws, of. something of everything to dispose ATTICLE 8. and having been posted, the men invarMcAlistor are suffering with handkerchiefs, mufflers, cloaks, capes, sleigh robes, fur rugs, ladies' The corporation shall not contract or Incur debts ItEhT. House ond premises on iably swear that they voted the demo- whooping cough and are quite ill. Fon greater than the stock subscribed and paid for. muffs and sets for children, ladies work tables, tec. 1 he prices on Danvlllo Avenuo, now occupied by J. cratic ticket straight, or at least for tho Mr. J. U. Oollier moved hia saw mill AK TlClt. of the stockholders shall all these things are private property M. Carter. Apply to Judge Varnon. two contestants. Of course wo should to Fariaton, Wedneaday, and ho and be exempt from liability for the debts ol the corMiss Mary Varnon. liko to see our democratic friends hold Mr. John Melvin will enter tho mill bus poration ARTICLE to. on, if there wero any good and legal iness at that plnco. Incorporation may be altered or J. II. Oaiitek will apply Mondoy for grounds for them to do bo, but at tho The articles Miss Sabra amendtd by a of thirds vote ot ihe stockhu ders Mr. J 00 McOluro and two liconeo to sell liquors at his storo at Halls meeting, same time wo doprocate a contest as Hays were married at the residenco of atntany aunual one month's provided, however, that nolico shall be given of All can buy something to make brother, sister, mother or father hapleu thin Gap and John Traylor to sell in quantimuch as anybody. In politfa as in lovo Mr. J. F. Holdam Wedneaday morning o! Ihe dllred change. bis distil. ties not leea than a quart at i.y K Tanner, and war, everything is regarded as fair at 11 o'clock, Kev. A. V. Sizemore, of 'are,L.McKlnney, l.vinny,shires;,10 Wm.- - Chester. py. Wc are determined not to carry these goods. Come and make Ky , to lery. Mountain. Kt . 10 shares: J. 11 is gone. and usually ono eijlo is as doop in tho Stanford, otllclatlng. The bride looked fieli vm.i share; Ed M Estes for an early selection before the choice Bou Hanbkobd, of color, who was sent mud as tho other is in the mire, and Is 'very pretty in a dark blue 'traveling cos Vanhook, McKlnney, 10 shares; A Camemsch, S A. Kites, McKlnney, j. u. irew up for two years for breaking into and just as well to take your medicine with tume and Mr. Joe looked perfectly hap McKlnney. 5 snares, McKlnney j ...i.n..u..cy, L. B. share; K J Tanner, W of bacon from J. M. extracting pieces as littlo show of grimace as possible. py in having won bo handsome aqd in- Johnnon, McKlnney, share- b. R. ul s, Mcwhich ho averred Messrs. Cooper and Kennedy publish a telligent a lady for a wife. Thoy left on Kinmy, share. Hail's smoke-housThe within articles of incorporation weic signed and Btill avers that ho did not do, re- iqanly cardinal nnther column explain- tho nbon train for Louisville, where they and acknowledged before me in Llnco'ii county, L. Tanner. K. M. Ware. Wm. ChesKy . by turned to tho bosom of his family Wed ing their action and announcing their w(l purchase furniture for tho pretty terfield, K. II. Vanhook, Ed M. Kstes, A. Camen. I. Beck and E. J Taoner, to be their act nesday. j home owned by Mr. McClure, and will isch.J.L. this -- & & withdrawal from tho contest. and dued, COOPFIt. Clerk, Almost perfect winter woather has como homo and sottlo in their own home Lincoln Connty Court. has OF A LOCAL NATURE. Ty Clcoro Reynolds Deputy Clerk. provalled for soveral days. Tho air at onco. Mr. McOIure is ono of our best young men and the wholo town joins STATE OK KENTUCKY. been bracing and puro Bnd tho Bun has Has. COUNTY OF LINCOLN. Madison county has just completed charming cloudless sky. It is gome in wishing him and his rlden high in a 1. George B. Cooper, Cl?rk of the Lincoln Coun$8,000 worth of improvmenta on its i na sue ivitkuiub bride a long and happy life. It ia said ty Court, oo cermy on the 6th day of November, ing to continue ono more day at least if incorporation were wedding. i$9, acknowledged by K. L. I anner, K M. the signal Bervice knowB wuerot u at Harry, eon of lion. John D. Good- - wo aro Boon to have another Chesterfield. J. H. Vanhook, Ld M llrms, for It Bftya, "Fair, warmer, Fri loe. of llichmond, and a member of tho Gueea who. rmniieh. L Heck. Cicero Reynolds r are, Wm. nd duedI.and be ore Ed I.Tsnuer to be their act day." my deputy as shown by his endorsement thereon senior class at Odntral University, , died BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. "The iu figures and words as follows, and within articles 01 mcorpcrauun Gentry, chairman of tho demo- of hemorrhage of the brain,. This ia the ll. It Lincoln Coucty, Ky., me in Mr. ltichard Pike ia at Tino Hill this acknowledged before M. Ware, Wm. Chesterfield, 1 anner, K. cratic county committee, requeata that second bou Mr. Goodloo has lost this by K. L. week, MiBa Oleo Mullina, of Llyingaton, I. II. Vanhook, VA M. Estes, A. Camenlsch, J. the raetnhora meet hero court day, Doe. year. Tanni, to bo Cooper, and of this place, Mra. L Beck and Ed. J.1894 Gsorge U their act CI k., J. Ah Ilolton and Matthew Foley is viBiting her aunt, deed, thii Nov. s6, 10th, at 1 o'clock, to accept hia reaiRna-'tloby Cicero Reynolds. D. C." And the, same waa N mado necessary by a recent ruling havo been arrested at Uurboursville, A. J. Tike. lodged for rncord. whereupon I have recorded the Mr. I. N. Newland, tho brother, same and this certlhcate in my office. of tho State central committee, forbidini; charged with tho murder of Lank Walmy band this Dec 1, 1894 ters, whoso dead body was found on the whom we reported in our last letter aa Witness QEo u COOI'ER, Clerk, that Federal oillcora Bhall hold auch By J. II. Bunoj, D. C from railroad tytck, and also on tho charge of 'being bo very ill, passed quietly and to elect hia eucceusor. m this world and wo hope and beliovo into n better one. Ha wan buried Sunday at 2:30 in tho cemetery at tho Christian Church, by tho Masonic Fraternity, of which order ho was an honored mernhor. Bro. Newland whs a faithful Christian gentleman and we have reason to believe that he has gono jip higher to meet his dear wife, who has been in that better world for n number of yenrc He Iibb left behind him seven lovable children four girls, two little sweet helplpss ones, and they aro left to tho care of their brothers, who showed and proved their manhood in the sickness and death of their father, and wo feel safe in saying that those nobto young men will sen that their little matera will he woll cared for and we feel like every good man and woman in the town will render them all the afslfltanco thoy can. 1 To read and for a present. Call and sec our line o - . ;3 HOIIDAT GOOD Oo W. B. MoROBERTS, PUBLIC SAIiEI Saturday, Dec. JOHN H. KIRBY, ABIO- mSTJBfANCE AGENT, STAXTFOIRD, '94, FOR FIRE, LIFE, MCCIBEM1 - r.i also-hav- Court-house- DROP IN CLOAKS You Should Attend s, 1 n r turtl-jdovt- ... Articles of Incorporation MIMfiiS GlfAE For the Children. SEVERANCE. 8 & SON. trans-acte- d illvEIHWA UKo first-clrs- o al BANKS, 1 the oJEWEILEM., 1 1 1 . 1 flo, lor GMsteas ARE : YOU BE : . -- READY ? HAPPY ! t, dlr-ptor- s. Clerk-elec- t, bo-gi- n MADE : m-in- o ai a -- ;iw. 1 1 - "'. - HUGHES & TATE. e, 1 Economist Steel Range :S3QL-UL.i,- l 1- P"' . (Jourt-houa- .. t: '"' DON'T E.X TO SEE IT. n, HIGGINS & McKINNEY. " vyw m"ttftk wyiwiF-'rni- it- ""fty "wtEtijpt:lj' yggfrwWrSfrlWW ""'"' """ W" .. -- WW-- -- 'gy-tiffSm- ' A fmi-Week- ly Interior Journai AT - THANKSGIVING. . r-- r . Ctibllabed Kvory Tuesday and Friday " ""rr" .. j- &.., ad ;, f.muj ,..,.;.,..... tAinHunuinHtu .- -.. -- r mo ....- lime. 1 or rent. They block. 'STORE ROOMS. -- 3 Xxfc YKAK IISen not opid 32.60 .AJD VVNCJBB will be charged.- - 6 OR 8 PAGES. "EIVBBY IFK.ID.A.'X". When necessary. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning t S:k p. m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North HANKSGIVING day la hailed with equal mid uniLocal form delight by tho lovers Soutb.. passengers. The Latter tralna alio carry of turkey and tho lovers of The above it calculated on standard time. Solar football. In fact, tho honabout 1 o minutes fatter. laa it ors of this ovor pleasant and interesting festival are QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. o divided between tho rich .and Going North traim pan Junction City at fobipod and tho almost universal Vestibule starts 6 a. m.Ves-tlbnls llows: After tho turkey, tho Limited 3:3$ p. m. Local t:o p. m. Florida pigskin sphere. Limited 3:13. a. m. plum pudding; aftor tho plum padding, m. Florida O. BouthN which soothes and sustains ono liko tho Limited ii:i.a. m. Local tt:s3 p. m. kiss of a nammer girl by tho moonlit VestiDule arrives 3:40 p. ra. Exprlss train " South... ....... .......-- .- it S P NorthM....M..............3l am freight North................-93- 0 . ..ao7pm " South......... .... ..U pm .......i3pn 37 .WV tooth-Bom- .Blue-Gras- .... e Blue-Gr- an ffisoIateJy .rawaer m Pure A cream der. strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. of tarter baking powHighest of all in leavening ROYALBAKLNGiPOWDER CO., 106 Wall Stroot, Now York. SURGEON DENTIST. Office over McRoberti Drug Store In the nts Owsley Building. fflHlP 0 A. S. PRICE, Stanford; ..For a EefreshingBathlJHot or Gold, A atyllsh Hair Trimjor Clean Shave, go to Cook & tFarmer'a jBarber Shop. Joint B. Cattleman. A. O. Lana ROYAL Insurance Company OP LIVERPOOL. BARBEE &OASTLEMAN MANAGERS, Oommorca Building, Louisville Agenti throughout the South. VT. A, TBISBLB. Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. San Francisco. Portland A World's zzxznyjjrt & Fair Record. CHICAGO VIA ii ft'MPPT,wr . layiUaraMiusui JB'tBi MHV -ici'isvr-tHtwAiB- m RnBbSIBllt1"Vfar. cmcAto (dVs-i- PABLOR CABS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE RUNNING - DINING - CARS. WRITE' TO F. J HEED. G. P.'A. BACON, D. P, A E. H. Chicago, 111 Louitville, Ky. St. Paul. Denver. ..IF YOU ARE GOING....... OR ISTOHTH..THE..WEST, ST Ii (5) V5b IC Ft. R. Louisvillc a Nashvii the line for you, at ita Daily Doable close connectionTrains at Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI 9 For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For anr information eaquire of JOES. RICE. Agent,Ky Stanford, Or W. A. McQUOWN, Trar. Pan. Agent, function City, Ky sea, tho football. Somo mon go from tho country to tho city to 800 a ganio of football, while others go from tho city to tho country, when there is no game, to shoot birds. But they all cat turkey if this divino bird comes within their pecuniary roach. Tho Ethiop who is so nufortunato as to havo no pecuniary reach worth speaking of must depend upon his natural roach to ponotrato tho foliago of his neighbor's troo and pluok therefrom tho moonlit fowl as a watcrmolon or a Bartlctt pear. Somo mon will eat corned beef and Irish stow on Thanksgiving day and imagino that they aro doing tho day and themselves justice Such men aro "Tit-Bits- . moral monstrosities that defy analysis. Thoso who would attempt to fathom Iloth tho Same Color. them and arrive at an intelligiblo and Whilo it lasted a big orowd had inu satisfactory solution could mako moro money writing visiting cards with a tel- on Broadway near Chambers street reegraph ofUco pen. Not moro vain would cently. Tho proprietors of a big drug it bo to attompt to preservo in musical storo in that vicinity thought thero was notation tho spirited barcarolo of tho a flro or something serious when a pushoverripo November pig or to attompt to ing, pulling mob crowded up in front .J iuu .1 .,. nuujjti A.I- .- uupuis iu n country piumuer h i of thoir doors. Tho causo of it nil was tho sudden cnr1icfrT v?fli n, nlntril. linn ' entranco of a young man clad' entirely Tho old fan tailed gobbler will uo uv iwuu, ....uv mnro Rtrnfc nhnnt tho fnrrrft-nrwith tin . " " (1 WllitO lawn tie, whito shoos, HirrnirT-- nnrl rmntnnw r n foll walker. No moro will ho wavrjiis great whito kid gloves and a wliito Eoft hat. scarlet wattles liko a danger sifmal pro-- 1 ?. TCns ndvortis tag clothing flro by paratory to chasing tho small boy, who distributing cards, bat his conspicuous would mako him tho unwilling recip appcaranco nttraotod such a crowd that ient of a bucket of cold water. No moro ho got n littlo frightenod and darted will ho sit in a statucsquo ball on tho into tho drug storo, whilo rnossengor old olm and look wistfully ovor tho boys and short haired young "gents" russet cornfield, whoso furrows uro pic- from Essex street raado many and divors turesquely punctuated with dull gold marks. "How did mamma lot 'im got out?" pumpkins. Ho has hoard tho whining "Hello, Cholly, old boy. Whopourod winds of autumn rustling in tho rosy foliago and his blazing Bido whiskers you inter do pants?" for tho last time. Yesterday ho was full ' "Say, whiskers, you look liko a gumdrop." of hope Today ho is full of chestnuts, "Got on to ecs hoofs." and his drumsticks play a solo of joy on Aftor awhilo ho vonturod out, and tho souls of tho pooplo congregated about tho table, especially that of tho small tho uproar became greater. An Irish boy, whoso eyes throb with joy aqd who truck driver pulled up his horsos aud white. is as full of anticipation as tho tnrkoy took a long look at tho figure in "judg-i- n dressing. What a beautiful ' "Wull," said ho rofioctivoly, is full of from yor actions, mo byo, yor livor's study is tho old gobblor as ho lies upon tho platter, bronzed to a crisp, with his tho same color os yerhat " Now York whito meat shining through his tawny Mail and Express. envelope that over and anon breaks Harlnc a llully Time. with a sound that sends ripplos of softest musip across tho lilied millponds of our souls I When tho turkey is so good, it is no wondor that ho usurps that portion of our innor man usually set apart for plum pudding or pumpkin pio. Tho man who likes plum pudding hotter than turkey, if such a man exist?, should not fail to cbango matters by . putting the last first and tho first last. 3 mi rfwv A Shanghai on Thanksgiving day scratches gravel in tho background of 5SHC oblivion. Ho is moro remote and obLifo. scure than is a baseball player in tho He Wiu Abeutmlnded. height of tho skating season or a furrier in tho swelteriug dogday. Coming out in tho G:3f) train a fow Thanksgiving day is a day of tender days ago I took tho seat directly in dreams that fill our souls with sweetest front of Air. Suburban. Ho had been to mnsio. Usually it is a still, gray day, a fair in which Mrs. Suburban had been during which tho dark, leafless trees activoly interested. Tho spaco bctweou stand sharply etched against a liquid him nnd tho window was filled by an atmosphere in which you can hear tho enormous bundlo almost as largo as partridgo drum and tho blue jay squawk Mrs. Suburban herself. a niilo away. Tho smoko curls from the When tho conductor camo along, Mr. old farmhouso straight into tho air, and Suburban handed out two tickets. from its quaint windows tho crow can "What's this for?" asked tho man of bo seen ciroliug wistfully over tho old tho punch. cornfield, with outspread wings, as if Mr. Suburban turned with a start tofearing to break tho silencoof tho scene. ' ward tho bundlo that was pressing And tho old farmer is thankful that his against him. Thon ho looked up and sons havo conio back to spend this festal sold in tho utmost consternation: day with him at their old home. Tlioy , that I was traveling with are delighted, for once moro thoy scout my wifo. " Boston Trauscript. tho roasting gobbler and dream of Injured In tho Accident. cracking tho wishbono again, just as Sufferer I supposo wo shall suo tho thoy did when small boys. And again thoy will havo tho dear old nightmare railway company for about $3,000 dam- in tno actio roqm mat is coiner man nio ago. Lawyer Threo thousand dollars dam- barn in winter and hotter than tho po-tato patch in summer. But thoy aro ages! Nousonsol Thirteen thousand at really no happier than thoso who cclc- - tho very lowest, man. Why, I think I Sufferer (surprised) brato tho day in n Now York fiat that is so small that it docs not furnish sufil- - should bo quite content if I got $3,000 ciont olbow room to carvo n turkey and damages. Lawyer Yos, probably you would, therefore compols tho family to havo a fricassee or a conned turkey, noithdr of but I want at least $10,000 for mysolf. Somorvillo Journal. which is a dish equal to tho require ments of so glorious an occasion. llltnlry. Tho only time that Thanksgiving is "What made you wear that horrid not a success is when tho turkey is so tough that tho only way it can bo (lis- - high hat to tho play?" asked tho sensiinititort Konms tn bn liv lilimHmr it ble girl. with dynamite Such n turkey fills tho ' "Humphl" repliod tho silly young . .wctnt.Hr.nol.nncnuT.-fowirlUnmr nml thiUL'. "I WBlltcd to 6ll0W thOSO StUCk makos her register a vow - to over after P PPl0 lu tho box that I could dis subject tho turkey to a thorough drub- turb tho audienco just as much as thoy bing with ft rolling pin in tho samo way did." Dotroit Frco Pross. that sho docs tho averago mustang OITset. steak. A turkey should bo treated in Client (angrily) I say, this bill of this fashion before tho dressing is inI serted or not at all, Yet tho gobbler is a yours is a downright robbery Great Criminal Lawyor (who has won peerless classic fowl that does moro for Thanksgiving day than Thanksgiving his client's caso) So was your crimo. day does for him, and wo should cherish tho sweet associations that surround Hints Tor Hoiuewlvee. him from the with his Mrs. Noxtdoor How does your mamdrumsticks to the tug of war witli his ma keep your littlo hands so clean? chasto enameled wishbone. Willio Neat Sho lots mo blow bubJ 1 1 St., l'lcasuro to Learn. y. vacated by Dr. Lee F, Huffman, Stanford, Card Size, per Dozen, : : : 75c. A general arrived from St. Petersburg : 75c. : in a garrison town in tho interior ofi Diamond Shapo, : The .ares Store' Room Russia to hold an inspection of tho occupied oy . F. Tin Types almost given away. All wrrk reducU XlilsLN I troops. After tho roviowlio stepped into 1 Son. Size 45oo uct. i'oasession Jan. 1, Jo" I will spare IB45. ed In proportion and warranted. Draleri n ......... S tl time or expense in keeping up the reputation tho officers' mossroom, whoro ho noticed Apply to S P Stagg, Stanford, Ky. I have earned in the past. on tho counter a row of bottles, to S3 FRANK C0RD1ER, Rowland. which, instead of tho usual labels, white tickets, with a siuglo letter of tho alKy. phabet on each, wore afllxed. Tho bottlo I desire to call your atteution to the fact that I Mating tn any am ready toaeive you In Dt stood in rank and fllo, and in alphabetand all tttlts. I take the belt f.uhlon Journals ical order. and keed potted on what ladlei ahould wear, COURIER-JOURNAL I Price reasonable Come in and give me a trial. moan?" tho gonoral 1 "What docs this employ none but first clasihelp. asked tho lieutenant who was showing MISS MARY D. SMITH, Respectfully, All creditors of tbe firm of Mri. D. G. Sauch Stanford, Ky. Is a ten page eight column democratic newspaper. ter & Hon, doing business at Crab Orchard, Ky , 776m him round. It contains the brst ef everything going. HENare hereby notified to present, properly ptoveu as "That is an officers' charade, your RY WATTEBSON Is the editor. required by law, within 'hire months Irom this ! excellency," replied tho officer, rather date, their claims agalnit said firm to the V. Main St., Louisville, PRICE', $1 00 A YEAR. ' embarrassed. Ky. GEO. W.STUOrilKR. Atmyatore you will find one ol he fineat Tho general continued his inquiries Assignee Mrs. O, G. Slaugtcr St Son, The WEEKLY COURIEILJOURNAL makes Oct. 30. '04. tocks of Millinery and Embroidery Material ever very liberal terms to agent., and gives ttee pre4t and olioitcd tho following information: Stanford, lhave paid cath for my goode miums for clubs. Sample copies of the paper and to "Each bottlo contains a different kind brought them for cah, o will be (our page Premium Supplement sent free to any lrr that you of liquor. At tho mooting of tho officers' and lell buy Irom me. An examination will con- address. Write to forced to club ono of us mixes somo of thoso va- vince you and you aie invited to make it. CO. Tho COURIER-JOURNA- L rieties in a glass so that tho initials MRS. A. A McKINNEY. Cation the undersigned at Rowland, Lincoln LOUISVIL&E, KY. spoil a name, and tho oldor and moro county, Ky , lor terms. Wo want to negotiate loam on first mortgage security on real citate, The experienced mombora of tho club, aftor stocks, bonds and commercial Agent tasting it, guoss what it is composed of A Semi -- Weekly Interior Journal, the Missouri Urokerage Co., St. paper. Mo. for Louis. " everyM.N EARLY. and nomo tho word intended. Mit Moore will arrive October tit, with And The "Very original idoa, " remarked tho thing that it new and nobby in the way of w. n. JONKS. J. T JOHKS, MCR. gonoral. "And aro you uD.- - suako a Courier-Journ- al guoss of that kind?" examine my itock before buy Will be lent one year to any address for (OS 7C. Pleate call and "If it is your oxcolloncy's ploasuro, ing. Mypiicet ihall be tbeloweit. Thanking Address W.P.WALTON, von for bait favors, I will try," tho lioutonant rcpliod. SS Stanford, Ky KATt ftUDDKRAR Man,ger. Tho general went to tho counter and mixed a glass, whilo tho officer stood at Ky. tho other end of tho room with his f aoo Soli proprietors Dean's Black Diamond Rool to tho wall. Paint. Kstlmaies furnlined for palattag Wood, Metal and lion Koofs. Sailsfaclion Guaranteed. "Now, guess what this means," said UEST LINE TO AND FROM All tools painted with Dean's lllack Diamond tho general as ho handed tho glass to We have a Large Line ol Paint guaranteed for years. Dealers lu best cistern Pumps and Galvanized Iran filters. tho officer. Locust Fencing Posts, Tho latter drank it at ono gnlp, Solid Vcttibuled Trains, with nuifct Pallor smacked his tongue and replied: Plank Fouce, Cars, Elegant Coaches, Uininif Can, Wagner "That was 'Anna, ' your oxcollonoy. ' Sleeping Cars and latest improved Private Com. Granger Stakes, partment lluflet sleeping Cars, magnlgcently fur. "Bravol" oxclaiinod tho general "It F. D. niLKY.JProprltstor, nithed with toilet accessories In each compartrequiros a lot of practice, eh?" & Lumber ment. Shingles London, - - - Kentucky. "Your excclloncy, 'Anna' is oasy enough, but thcro is a captain in our AN ABUNDANT SUPPJLY I have moved to my new Hotiljand aa bettii corps who can oven guoss 'Nobuchaduez-zar- l' Solid Vestibuled Trains with Ilufiet Parlor Cars, prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Very Low Figuret. I An Alplinbct That They Considered a 75 are en Mtn ptr.ei, in inn priucipai Mri M.J. MILLER, Stanford. My netsville! tore-liou- W cheap mm fob - isir.n sm DR W. B. PENNY at Tur. I fine location I will boird irtr reuting it. Mri. Sal il 0 cured 69 I.eH Ualley, McKtnney, Ky. FOR RENT. Goto Rowland lor the cheapest and best Pictr ure ever made la Lincoln county, Dentist. Oflice South Side Main In office re'-nt- ly tiat It J i. I J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, nei-tli- sr TO THE liADIZJS. THE WEEKLY All Kinds of Coal, NOTICE To Tiio ILkdias $500,000.00 to 6J-- 4 Ion TrcatFo Weekly JOITIS BROS., Stanford, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Attention Farmers! Big : Four : iBouto, CHICAGO. 67-i- m THE RILEY HOUSE ST. XiOTJIS. I Andat KING A-- PREWITT, Moreland, Ky Coaches and Dining Cars and Wagner bleeping Cars, Uuuct Uood Livery attached and every conTenlenc.de-nre- d. Give m. a call. The Myers House, ,1P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. The only Through Sleeping Car line from Elegant Vagner St.eplng Can. 'bostohst. No Ferry Transfer. 77 TRANK RILXY. D. S. CAUFmTTEB,, At the well-know- n isriEi Stanford, : : : wtll-know- Kentucky. pot-le- The "Southwestern Limited" Solid. Veilibulcd Trains, with Columbian Library, Ilulfct and Smo es and Dining Cars, landing w "3lTOK;k:. old stand ol J, II. Green In Hustonvlllo, Has - Kantuo juit received a beautiful line of I .. n Hotel aad Iamitill running thli will continue to give my gueett. theaQurdi. alienai well at the belt the market king Cars, Wagner Sleeping Cars, Elegant Coachpassenger! In New York Cay at sd Sttcet Depot. Positively SurroyB, Phaotons, Buggies, &o. Furnituro nnd Stoves. Call and see his stock and get his prices which ar.lowtr than anybody. Il you want a nice set of harness, a whip or adulter. Hinder Twine for sale. Special Attention to the Travel 11 ing When you want a firtt-cla- JTUU1IU. ii K. O. McCOUMACK, turnout come to my sure your tickets read via "Hig Four,' D. II. MARTIN, Gen. Pass and Tkt. AgU Pasa. rtafflc M.njr Cincinnati, O. 11. 3IYEKS HOUSE UTVERY STABLE, rricei to suit the hard timei. attheMyeri Houie Oflice JAMES YEAOER. Call or leave order Ky. Midland R'y, Only Direct Line between UYIRT STABLE P. W. GREEN, Prop. This stable, which Is run n connection with the n Myers House, has bcn supplied with will-know- THOMASVIAOKR I I YEAGER & YEAGER, LIVES?, FEES hClticlniiatl nnd Frankfort Shortestland quickest between va-nill- er IM TUip STABLE, Frankfort, Qcorffotown nnd PnrlB, A Mew Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, Oarlislo, Mnysvillo, Oyuthlana, Fnlmouth nnd Oovintrton. Trains No. j. p, m. 1 1 1 Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Tune. STANFORD, KY. Time TabU Nov. it, 1S94. Nothing but TRAINS EAST. No j. 11 you need livery give ui a call. No. 1. firtt-cla- ii p. tn. a. m. turnout! will leave our liable. See ui ' eave Pranktort A 00 In our 4 00 7 forratei. Summit...... ........7 06 ,06 Special nates to Commercial Men. prepai. FIKST-OIiA8- A 'rtuiaer't Supplies S and Is better than ever supply the public with RIQS OF ALL KINDS. 00 10 15 10 HARNESS SHOP Vnu will find irood auortment of Haincu, Dri- done by dlca, yaddlei. 4c. Have vour repairing We have a ourman, he uiiderttandi hl bunneet. mechanic in our BLACKSMITH SHOP. -- 2!S .UQ m v.t- ",- 11 - ' Will guarantee flnt cla work and latltfactory EIuabth...... I so Arrive Pans... .C...--- 8 30 nricea. Tiv ourhorte ihocr. -- .... " Paris Junction AgenU for Deenng Machmei.the lightest diaU machine on earth. TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. a.m. p tn. Lve Paris Junction .. 4a 6 03 Lve Pam ...,C....... 94c Arr Blliabeih... 61s 9 j8 Arr Ccntreviile... 619 Arr Newtown ........ io oJ 617 Arr C. S. Pejot.....io 18 64a Georgetown It 103s 643 Arr Arr Johtiwn 631 041 6 7 Arr Du vail ...io 47 ArrStamp'g Ground 1054 703 " " " ,......7 " ' Stampiog Ground.7 J3 Duvall... ..........7 J4 " Johnion.. ..7 40 " C S. GcorfetownU ' Klknorn.......7 it 18 Switier Depot..- .- ..-- ? JJ 4 11 4 4 ; 4ft 4 34 4 40 it iS 100 so 3 00 3 45 140 Personal and ptompUttsntlon givento Wedding! Partita and Burials. P.W. ORKKN, AI.nURNS.Mauager. Proprietor. 446 4 Newton.......8it6 Centreville...........8 JJ 30 311 js FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, a 3 so KY. 31s 3 s8 j jj 315 400 Capital Stock Surplus - $200,000 21,300 1793. THE 1804. No. 8 No. a. m Weekly Gazette li OF CINCINNATI. Twice-a-Weok,!! 747 Arr Swiiirr.........u Arr Elkhorn ........ ..11 Arr FtankfurtA.. ArrHuuimit.... 04 11 7 13 ft The'Best Family Newspaper ""Intho'West. tn Columnsof the choiceit reading every week tnn .(icr Ian. I. IBO. It will or 6,6j6 cofuuins In it months Now Issued .1117 ..1113 710 736 733 905 913 913 b 30 810 830 too C connects with K. C. Nots Nos. 1, J, 3. 4, 7, 8 and is, daily Sunuay See Sunday trains below. A connects with L. N. II connect with Q. A C. and L. S. the public n invited to the fac only National flank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Dank Act depositor! are secured not only by the capital 4 jj stock, but by the stockholders1 liability lor aa 4 51 amount equal to the stock, ao that depositors ol 311 this Institution are secured by z fund of $400100. 330 Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank are made each yearto the United States govern-tnsnta330 Its assets ar. eiamined at stated times by government agents, thus lecnring additiloaa and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hatk of Stanford in 1I3I, then tied aa the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S63 and sgain First National Hank ol buntard in iSai, hat had practically an uninterrupted exiitencaof 31 years. It Is tetter supplied now with lacilitiesforlrantactingbusiueis prompt ly and liberally than evor before in its long and fiduexcept honorable career. Accounts of corporations, sollc-leciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully Attention of n that thills the d. Re-id- , nd Only One Dollar a Year. Every department ofllfn Is covered in Its columns. The latest news of this country and all foreign countries given iu each lsiue. The Farmer Can rind food for study In' the "columns devoted to political news and discusiions, and. In addition, find stores of useful In. formation relative to agricultural mailers gleaned irom the experience ot the best tanner In the land. The Directory of this Hank is composed ol SUNDAY TRAINS. Porestus Lincoln county ; West Leave Georgetown 10:33 A. M.; arrive S. T. Harris, Lincoln; at Frankfort 11 35 A. M. G. A, Lackey, Lincoln; East Leave PrnnLlorr s:ij P. M.; arrive at Georgetown 3:15 P M J. W. Hayden, Stanford; The Kentucky Midland Railway and connecS.H. Iiaughman, Lincoln; tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all ,J.8.Hocker Stanford; points Houth, Hast, North and West. W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; For further Information apply to their agents. C. D. IIKHCAW, Gen Pass. Agent. M. D. Elmore, Stanford; GEO. U. HARPER, Uen Supt T. P. Hill.Stanrord.-pr- r. K. L, Tanner, McKiniey; M.J.Miller, ML Vernon" J S Ifocker, President; John J. McKobcrts, Cashier; A. A. McKinnr, Assistant Cashier, AND NORFOLK RAILROAD. SOLD TO ThelHousekeeper Will find much to help her in' lightening the buiden ol her work. WESTERii Farmers Rank&Trnst OK Co ' STANFORD, KY ready for business rita The Young Folks Isnow fuUy'organiicdand 1 Are the Joy o the household. Their wants How best to amuse are multitudinous of and lutrurt them is the vexing problemformotherhexd. None or them things are Twlce-Week Gai:tle. gotten in the a TICKETS ALL POINTS: Paidup Capital Surplus, . of . Reading for Old and Young. In addition to the current newa of tho day on all subjocts there will be hundreds of columnsof the choicest rea ling upon every topic History, Science. Art. Interesting Stories, 1'oetrr, Correspondence Irom Abroad. All will find their placo In Paper. 4 the columsof this great Fa-nil- OHIO, INDIANAILLIHOIS, WISCONSIN, $200,000. 21 000. MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA,, ... The Old War Veterans Have a Department.ipeeUlly devoted to their interests. TEXAS, 4IE WEST, NORTH-WEST, SOUTH-WESI .. I . The Laboring Man and Employer FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, Now doling up) with the same asseu and under the same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are ai fully protocted as aie depositors in National Uankt, ita shareholders being held individually liaole to the extent ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to th amount invested in such shares. It may actaa executor, administrator, trcstec, Ac, at fully as sn individual. To those who entrusted their buislnets to us while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will contiuue to transact their buiinoss with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to aame, our twenty yean experience li banking andas liberal accommodations as are con. sistent with sound banking. DIXICTORi: s r Have a Department devoted to them. This alone Is worth twice tbe subscription price. NORTH AND EAST. 'ULIMaN Market Repoits vestibuled coaches, Are mtde a special feature, nnd will be found thoroughly reliable In every detail, and complete up to the hour ot Issue. SLEEPING AND DINING CIRi J J. Williams, ML Vernon; . II. Shanks, Stanford; Owsley, Stanford; Stanford; J, B. Owsley, Stanford; J. F. Cash, Stanford, William Gooch, Stanl'ord; A. W. Carpenter, MilledgevilU, K W. II. Cummins, Prcacbertvill S. H.Sunki, President, Dr. J.'P. Owsley, Caihier, W. M. Hright.TeUer. S J, S. S SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE J. 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