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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895111901 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 1895 $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. Semi-W- e VOL. XXIII. CRABJWCHARD. ekly Interior Jou STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 19. 1895. -- JK.IN Alju, NO. 75 HUSTONVILLE- - FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Our November weather continues mild mill lovely. Alter a sevr illness of soveral days tho gonial faco of Mies Beasio Carson appears among lnr companions who aro glad to give her erecting. Klder Wm, Anderson, now of tho Louisville Seminary, Iihb hoen called to tho pastorate of tlio IMptlst church and will 1111 tho pulpit two Lord's daj-- in u pacli month. We hid him a douhlo ourcomtuuuity and hospeak for to him great results in his faithful minlstia-tlonB- . Ho will deliver tho Thanksgiving sermon In tho Christian church. H, should all Join in a truly, heartfelt tho manifold m ercles Thanksgiving and hlesslngs extended to us througout the past year. sympathizing Many Borrowing, friends assembled at the depot Saturday afternoon to meet tho remains of Mre. James The long procession George attested tho very high esteem in which she was hold by this people. Sho loaves a husband and two children with many other friends to mourn her loss. Tho dear little ones do not realize the sad loss they have sustained, but may God abundantly bless and raro for thorn and sanctify this sore allliction to the good of all tho bereaved ones is, the sincere wish of sympathizing friends. Mrs. Uus Hofmann and Mrs. Dr. Dick returned Friday from a pleasant visit to Cincinnati and Louisville. The Misses Huctianan spent several days in Louisville the past week. Mrs. Capt. Dillon has returned from p visit of boiiio length in New York. Mrs. Dr. Fay no and daughter, Mis Maybelle, made a Hying trip to Madison county Friday, re turning Sunday afternoon. Dr. Walter Ueszley and Miss Hettio Henry, of Lancaster, were pleasant guesta of V. A. Ueazley'H ftinily. Mr. U. 1 McMahan aud Mr. V. Alford. of th Uiblu College, Lexington, were guests of College Home last week. wel-com- fr JsmeB Reck and Alma Dovey Vanoy drove into tOTii Friday and were made one by the Rov. w. L. Williams. They were accompanied by Jbb McCormack and Miss Wright, all of tho East End. Drs. Humphrey and Urovvn operated Friday on a boy, boh of Chas. Steele, colored, of Rolling Fork, for douhlo club foot. Tho operation was eminently successful and in nourso of time the child will bo uble to walk on tho bottom of hio feet. F. H. Twld well continues to pick out the big fish of Green river and nnaro them with his little hook and line. Week heforoliist he and J. P. G"ode caught a line string of tho finny triho just below Liberty. Felix captured the king bee of the lot which was a fine yellow salmon . -- S that tipped the beam at 7J pounds. Felix must have away peculiarly his own of spitting upon hiHbait. Our hustliug young trader, Jas. Harper, after having bought a car load of choice stock, started to Saulsbury, N. C, IrtNt Wednesday. Wish you success. Jim Waller Greeniug gathered together a car load of tine horse etock and departed on Weduesday last for Columbia, S. C, where he expects to trndo and spend the winter. Uriah Dunn, tho veteran horse man and trader, left last Tuesday for his old stamping ground, Barnwell, S. C, with u lot of choice horses. There seems to be n move iu the stock market hero just now. The traders are getting about lively 4iid bnuches of stock pass through town nearly every day. Dr. Isaiah Wesley and brother, The. ophiius, of Middlehurg, while returning from Stanford last Wednesday were tin- lortuuate enough to participate In a runthat away occurrence. Their hors became 3 Lancaster's absent musicians will return cents. Record. frightened about Turuersville and runand plav the wedding march. UroiiRiigh & Horrin, of Crab Orning oil overturned the buegy and scat- chard, will haudle large Mips Christiue D. Bradley, the bright k number of cattered Isaiah andTtieophilus promiscuous- tle this fall and winter and attractive daughter of the Governor, and have bought ly along the pike as also their eflectB.The the slop at W. H. Traylor's and J. W. will give a brilliant reception in honor of doctor was rendered unconscious for two JanW distilleries. her many Lancaster frienda December hours and w hen he came to hiniHolf it the 7th. Au excellent picture of Mies Col. F. M. Woods, the live stock auc was discovered ttwt ho was painfully tioneer, of Lincoln, Neb., reports that he Christine appeared in Saturday's Cin- of aTocal NATURE. plnnnH Enquirer. bruised about tho left hip and ecratehid ha mild over 3.000 head of nure-breHarry I'rathur, oi Kichinond, broke about tho face and head. Theophilus -- the entertainment Thankegiving hogi since tho middle of last August fcr hla leg while playing shinuey. had thu bridge of his nose broken. They an average of 220 per evening by the members of the Baptist head. Joe Noel, of the Shawnee Hun neigh- wre brought to town and their injuries A "jockey"' club is to he orgnuized church, will bo both musical and borhood, killed 86 rabbits in three dayp, n. tended to by Drrf. Brown and Humincluding Mies Murphy's at Carrollton, tho purpose of which is to last week. Harrodsburg Democrat. phrey and tho next day sent to their bring the horse traders from Owen, Henclass, and as tho proceeds will Thomas 0. Adame, editor of the i.onm. ry, Gallatin, Trimble and Carroll togeth- go for tho benefit of tho church they Doc Smith, of Liberty, had been to Richmond Pantagraph wants to b clerk er for tho purpose of awappiug on coun- hope for a large audience, o! tho incoming railroad commiwion Moreland on Friday and late that night ty The exercises for the laying of the court days. started to return to his home near Liberboard. corner stone of tho new Methodist James II. Gentry sold to W. M. Tho Richmond Register has secured ty driving a team of mules and having a church here, wero held Saturday afterot Lfxinuton, the phenomenal the servic.H of Prof. Whlttv Waldrop, httht load of goods. After crossing the Oracle, by Imp. Odor and out noon at 2 o'clock and consisted of praylato principal of Klliott Institute, Kirks-vill- railroad the team became frightened and of a Hindoo mare, for 21,500. Mr. Gen- er, song eorvice and a short address by ran oil and came down thu hill into town as field editor and solicitor. try raised the colt on hie farm on Haw- the presuut pastor of the church, Rev. Centre College defeated tho Ohio at a 2:40 gait. Stranco to Bay, however, kins' branch. f. m. iiiii, and a blessing upon the University foot ball team at Danville the mules pesaod by ail possible obstrucstone. The box contains ttio list of the inJohn T. Hughes, of Lexington, Saturday 18 to 0. Tho HogeettH and the tions on the streets, made two turns and cluding the 21.050 which he captured at members of the church, officers of the V2 to 12. pissed down tho Liberty pike without L. A. O's tied at Lexington the recont St. Louis Fair, has in 29 years church, building committee, board of The Richmond Climax says that Mr. doing any damage to themselves or taken 229,750 in premiums at that fair. directors, name of the pabtor, the preE, Tutt Hurnam will be ono of the aught else. But Doc fared not so well-HHughes says that ho will never dio hap- siding elder and the bishop, and discipwas discovered early Saturday mornyoungest, tallest, talkingest, handsomest, py until lie has reached the 130,000 mark line of the church and Holy Bible. brightest and brainiest members of tho ing by the roadside in a Charles Frisbie has returned from at that place in 30 vears, and it now condition and was brought to town. On newly elected House. seems an if his ambition will be realized, a visit to Danville relatives, Mr. Smith Owsley Stanhope, who lives near examination Dr. P. Humphrey as he has one more year to go on and on- of Ohio, is tho guest of Mrs. William three of his ribs broken. In ad- ly Versailles, made his RihUi tho depository lacks 2350 of having tho debited Smith uud family. Mrs. Cleo Williams of his savings, thinking the Good Rook dition Ins head and faco bcro tho appearBrown is the guest of Lancaster relatives amount. would bo free from investigation. A few ance of having passed through a threshJune Armstrong sold to Judgo John Mrs. John Henderson, of Richmond, nights ago thieves broke in and stole tho ing machine. He was sent home in a D. Goodloo 20 visited Mrs. D. M. Lackey last week. head o( feeding cattle, Rlhle and its precious contents, a goodly buggy. W. W. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mount and daughters) 1,050 pounds at 3c. Less Reld is with us again. 'Squire sum iu greenback. of La Grange, aro guests of Mr. and Peyton, our famous violinist nnd general Watts shipped to his Texas plantation Mrs. R. E. McRoberts. Miss Pattie Reynolds, for register of tho land of- musical prodigy, is at his sinter's, Mrs. Wednesdoy a car load of cotton tnuhs Beazley is in Lexington being enter W. L. William", and his friends rejoice bought in this locality at from 250 to fice, got tho biggest plurality U.S78. Miss Moodv Poulter dis2S0. Co). J. W. Caperton sold to T. D. tuned by friends. Kvery county in tho Ashland in Ins in' ntionu to spend the winter returned Thursday from a protracted trict elected b democrat to tho Legisla- with ub. Miss Lily Goodo left a short Chenault 10 first class, extra fino feeding visit to relatives in Mercer county. Miss ture. The democratic majority iu tho time since to take a position with the cuttle, reds and dehorned, averaging and Gaiuea, of Star-forlb., at 3 cents. He also sold to Billonaro young Mr. Mr. E. B. Nugent Co., dry goods and notions, district is :U'W). tho cueats of and Mrs. H. Out of a totnl of 90.505 vnta cist in Louisville. We wish Mian Lily Bticcess John Euibry, of Jessamine, 30 head of M. Ballou. Mrs. Emma KaufTman has good stoppers at at f J S5 per hundred, tho First Railroad Commissioner distnef, in her new field. Last Thursday we lbe-- . Also to J. II. Boggs returned from a visit to her brother, Mr. the majority lor Dempsey, democrat, is were pleased to see E timet McCormack averaging 1.000 Ode Hhoata at 31 cents. Rich- John Greenleaf, of Richmond. appear on our streets again after his long 32 only 07, with all tho olllcial returns in. ShugarB left Monday for the Atlanta ExAt ft republican jolificntlon at Fal- illness. He is yet weak and a little the mond Register. position. Mrs. Joe l'axton and little woreo for the wear, but gettiug his mouth, H. J. Poor, the The two most critical times in a wo- daughter, Josephine Denny, have been announced strength back rapidly. Miss Flora Wlflt- representative-elec- t man's life are the tunes which make tho visitors of Mrs. A. O. Robinson. Mrs. that ho would vote for a republican for tington, a charming belle of Blooming girl a woman and the woman a mother. Gulley, of Lexington, has been visiting United States Senator. ton, HI., is the pleasant guest of thu At these times, Dr. Pierce's Favorite her sister Mrs. J. L. Broadus, in this The dofeated republican candidates Misses Reid. Col. John Bulden, of Lib Prescription is of incalculable value. It county. Col. Samuel H. Stone, of Rich for municipal ollices in Lexington make erty, waa m town Saturday. Mrs. Sam strengthens and invigorates the orgaDB mond, was the guest of Lancaster frienda eoino serious charges, in their notice of Reid 1ms been sick but is now convales- distinctly feminine, promotes regularity last week. Mrs. Captain Dillion haa recouteat, against the oillcers of election cent. Rev. J. U. Hopper was visiting turned from a visit to Stanford friends. of tho (unctions, allays irritation aud in ono of thu voting precincts. in town last week. Carroll B, Reid is at checks unnatural, exhausting Miss Mary Adams, ot Hustonville, ia Lucas Moore, who has been elected home on a visit to relatives and friends. drains, aud puts tho whole delicate or- with her friends, the Misses Thompson, commissioner of agriculture, is tho first C. T. Griggs is suffering from a boil on Almost ganism luto perfect condition. disof the now ofilclals to aunounco tho his right cheek, which causea him con- all the ills of womankind aro traceable to Secretary Hoke Smith is announced seHo position of his bit of patrouago. siderable pain and quite disfigures his of what is known as "female to address the Georgians again on pubbomo form lected John Faulkner, of Lebanon, to bo countenance. Tho worst part of it is that complaint." There are not threo caseB lic topics. He says he will oxprees his his chief clerk. when you montion election ho can't o in 100 of woman's peculiar diseases that unalterable opposition to the free Col. Bradloy received 10,000 moro Binilo without bursting tho boil. Mrs. 8, of silver, and advocate tho financial Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will to Elkton, votes than any republican candidate for Walton Forgy returns policy of the Administration. not cure. Gen. her future home. Wo accept tho inevigovernor over recolved before. The superintendent of the Life SavHardin received 19,000 votes moro than table iu Riving Miss Lizzie up, but wo Au exchange roportsjthat tho teacher ing Service says in his report that thero any other democratic candidate for gov- don't like to have to do it. Nevertheless of a city school received the following wero 4S3 disasters to vessels within tbe ernor over received. Col. Bradley re- we wish her a long and happy life. Har- ample apology from the mother of an field of the operations of his service ceived 17,000 moro votes than tho Har- ry Uocker, of Danville, waa at home laet absentee: during the last year, involving 5,402 perrison vote in 1888, which has until now Snnday. Miss Holon Taylor opont last Dear mam: plcso eggscuae Willy He sons, of whom all but 20 were saved. been tho republican high water mark. Sunday with Misa Martha Paxton Rout-Mrs- . didn't have but one pair of pants and I Russellvillo can boast of the only laGen. Hardin falls 20,000 votes short of Margaret Gill, the widow of Mr. kep him home to wash them and Mrs. dies' football team in the State, and as demothe Oloveland vote of 18S8, tho John Gill, of Lancaster, and Miss Graco O'toole'a goat come and et them off the far as we know the first in America, sajs cratic high water mark. of Mrs. Sophia line and that awt to be eggscuBe enuff, the Ledger. The young ladies of Logan Kinnaird, Carson, wore visiting Mrs. Mary Brown goodness nose. Yours with respeck. Airs. College have purchased a How to PrevontjCroup. and interesting to and Miss Nunuie last Thursday. gone into training. Some reullng tht will prove B." against the disds Elder W. P. Waldon preached at Potatoes am Riilllntr nt 12 rnnrn nnr Scott'a Fork on Sunday. bushel in the Northwest. . A. Messrs. and T. J. Price sold a Egbart, at 4 to 1, beat Uranio, a 3 to ' . HsafiffSSSai.'i 10 favorite, and a good field at Latonia drove of 123 turkeys to Fox for G cts Prof. O. H. PoagiiB !m accepted the Friday. principalship of Elliott Institute, Prof. The Winchester Democrat reports ' sales of 92 cattle, 1.8S0 to 1,510 pounds Waldrop having resigned. Court began yesterday with only one average, at 3 to 4J . murder trial that of Shelby Nunn for Vatican, tho well known Biro of trot'"r5 'rrb'Wi vv vv ? rrr vv? ;.g W99v:5??v W: ters, died a fow days ago at Montclair the killing of William Best. The "Mite Society" of the PresbyStock Farm in New York. W. II. Traylor bought of Gaines terian church meets this afternoon B(, Bros., Sm Holmes and othera 1,000 ba- 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Mary Allen Weia-ige- r. O rrel of corn at $1 2.rj delivered. Rev. A. E. Dtwes, of Louisville, bo Woods & Lynn bought of A. J. UBn a p'otracted meeting yesterday at Hayden and George O. Givens 80 the Fork church, Baptist, which will hogs at 3c and 05 sheep for S0. continue for several weeks. J II. lUughman A Co. have bought Y t Rov. J. W. Landor, of Southern about 1,000 barrels of corn at $1.23, delivered. They are also getting in eomo Kentucky, preached able BermonB at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning wheat at 5Sc. Seymour Wilkes, 20SJ, is the fastest and the same evening to large audiences. Marrioge license were granted last pacer Pired by Guy Wilkes. Uulda, by week to the following couples, William Guy Wilkes, holds the fastest trotting McCarley and Mary Adams, "William record, 2:0SJ. M. E. McIIenry may never again ho Howard nnd Rebecca Roberts, and Moses seen in thosulkv. It is said that his Lawfion and Katie Scott. Mr. William Zinone, who has been health is such that his put vocation will alarmingly ill of blood poisoning, is have to be abandoned. some better but not considered out of The fastest of 1S95 Bingen, exhibition, 2:12; Tommy Brit-to- n, danger yet. Mr. FA. Bishop, who has 2:151, and Palita, 2:10 -- all belong to been very ill is reported better also. The following officers have been electthe Electioneer family. ed for the Garrard County Biblo Society J.B.Gentry's Oracle cou'd do no better than come second Ht Lexington R. G. Ward was re elected president, Saturday. Ho was a hot favorite, but the ministers in the county vice presiFormerly President of the Columbus Painless Dental Co., of ChicaIda Wagner, at 3 to 1 beat him to tho dents, W. U. Wherritt secretary and W. go, 111., now permanently located at Louisville, Ky., will visit H. Kinnaird treasurer. wire. Madam Rumor, and she is known T. L. Sanders sold 21 hos to B. F Robinson at 3 ceuts, that averaged 250 to bo quite a gossip, reports that we are i3 .irs. reacmo urow sold to samel to have a wodding at tho Presbyterianof party 20 shoatfl weighed 104 Ibj. at church Thanksgiving, and that one I Teeth Extracted Without Pain. Teeth. Crowned .., ...z7 SMyiMMtiSAG'.yi' Teeth. Filled 9 siMmmm Without Pain. Without Pain. 200-pou- a a g isi DR. E. P. BENDER, Famous Surgeon of National Reputation. STANFORD AZ THM MYERS ilQUSg, until Saturday, Nov, 30th. IYioiday, Nov Co?" Remaining one week "S d Dr. Bender has been connected with some of the largest Dental Colleges and Institutions in the country and has no superiors in the profession. He is prepared to e'ocu-tionarkind-o'gard- y, en extract, mmm &m FJLL TEETH WJTH0UT PMfi. And without the use of Gas, Cocaine, Odontunder, Chloroform, Ether, Electricity, or any sleep producing agents, but by a method invented by Dr. Bender and used only by himself, who is the easiest, so quickest and best painless extractor in the United States acknowledged by the dental profession at large. Where he causes n.iin in anv nnnr.ation he makes no charpe. to-da- y Wal-lac- e, two-year-ol- d, e, Teeth Extracted Free of Charge and Without Fain Between the Hours ofbibuand 9:80 Each Day. e Teeth $5. "When Teeth $8. Teeth $10. pio-uounc- ed Fillings with all kinds of material without pain at reasonable cost. Many symptoms of citarrh. headache, earache, indigestion, dyspepsia, etc., are the resultof decayed teeth and roots of teeth. To be cured of these aches and pains one must commence at their origin, which is the teeth and gums, which ar only cured by the skilled treatment of a dentist. Tlioo who are in a delicato and nervous condition can come and have teeth extracted and tilled and feel as calm as if they had had no work performed. Dr. Bender guarantees all work aud does a he advertises. Come early and avoid the rush, as his rooms aro always crowded. Office hours 9 a. m to 5 r. m. Free hour S:30 to :30 each day. CONSULTATION FliEU Plates are ordered. Tooth Extracted Froo of Charge I DR. E. P. BENDER. 1,-1- d, The GharlBs Wheeler War to the Knife. n i swim for we have 100-pnu- populist-republica- n Prices Lower Than The Lowes- Your money never woold buy as much as at present, reached the Climax of Low Prices. IPe have but one desire, that is to show you goods and Bed Rock Prices. quote you cq'U-ag- Temple of Economy. to-da- y When you arise some morning and find the sun rising in the West, that will be the day when Charles Wheeler will be undersold and not till then. Headquarters for Ladies' Wraps, Millinery, Dress Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishings. Drew, Selby & Co's Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. Sole agents for Royal Tailors, of Chicago. Others may lead but you will never find us distanced more than a throat lacth. See? Highest market price for proCHAS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. duce. grand-daught- er pig-Bki- u "croup to Ruard to young mothers and to pot Is terror and them concerning tbe cause, first symptoms origin Item. iomentUtto object of this ChildrenThe are who common celd. croup l aubUeUolt take cold very easily and is hoarse-mm-l- b to follow. Tbt Brit symptom luie by a peculiar rough followed It U ea.ilyreeognl.ed wueh, which to one who Jul heard and The time It. by .T. h.n the LblW first becomep hoarte. If froely given all SndwTtoWBp will oon disappear, wIUfiven prevent thS eroupr cough ha developed it j- -. in eivlne Ihil dV tor' It eonulnt nothing lajurloui. rerat llocktr.SUatwJ, Ky. ky Cralf fer llo hlootten The wife ol Mr. Leonard Well, of East Brim-fielMan., had been lulltilag from neuralgia for two ilayi, not belnir ablo to alcop or hardly keep still, when Mr. Holder), the merchant there tent her a bottle of Chambtrlaln'i Pain Halm aud aikid that ahe cive It a thorough trlil. On meetday he was told that the ing Mr. Weill tho wai all rieht, the pain having left her within two hours, aud that the bottle of I'ain Halm wit worth $5 00 if it could not be had for lets. For tale at so cent per bottle by Craig & Hock-c- r, Htanlord Ky. d, nt tr A Yaoceburg il that weighed 33 man caught a coon pounds. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, III., was told by her doctors she had consumotlon and that there wiui no hope for her, but two bottlti of Dr. Kidr's New Discovery completely cured her and she sayt it saved her life. Mr. Tnos. Ssgers, 119 Florida St., San Francisco, suffered irom a dreadful cold, approaching consumption, tiled without result every thin else then bought one bottle ol Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was cored. H" U naturally thankful. It is such of which the.4 are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine iu coughs and colds. Free trial bottles at O. L. Penny, Exor's Drugstore. Regular size joe and It. kJ Two Lives Savod. This remedy is becoming so well known nj so popularastoneed.no special mention. All who have used Electric Hitters sine the same son? of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Kheum and other affections caused by impure blood; will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all malarial fevers. For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion, try ElacirU-DltterEntire satisfaction guaranteed or money relunded. Price 50c add t per bottl at A ,R. Penny's drug store. Electric Bitters. j mwwn. ZMSmVBVJk. sister His w v la Ktcflirin FALL : AND : WINTER GOODS. call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit GuarantcedGIve me ' R berless electric lights arranged in every ( tha great variety of tho resources of the Louisville bonds to tho amount o frttuaatical mnnnor imBRinablo. illlLAlUioUUniiUi It is a 8unny South and ahow you how rapidly $100,000, bearing 4 J per cent, interest flight worth much money and a great the Southern people, since they wore sold In Chicago at '$ 102 OS. deal of time and inconvoninnco to see. Tom Kohnhaw, of Franklyn, O., fell forced to do so, are doveloping them. I SrANFORD. Kv., NovEMupn 19, 1895 Besides tho regnlar buildings for the spent three days In the grounds and from a third story window on to a brick government exhibits, tho agricaltnral, could have staid a week and found some- pavement and escaped unhurt. John Koch, of Cincinnati, whllo forestry, liberal and fine artB, tansporta-tion- , thing new and Interesting all tho time. W. P. WALTON. electric, machinery, etc , a number Every department is full now and from drunk and jealous, shot his wifo and then of States have Jbulldlngs and several of this time till the close, Dec. 31, will be ended his miserable oxistenre. The Illinois Supreme court has do-- . Our claims as to Inducements. Better goods at equal prices. them very fine displays. Georgia, of crowded with THE ATLANTA EXPOSITION courso, heads tho list, bIib having two I might write this pago full and then cided that tho law requiring barber ehopa Equal goods at lower prices. You can't stay at home and answer buildings to show the products of her not toll half I saw, but this must sullico, to close on Sunday is unconstitutional. And Other Incongruvial Notes Picked Up baron that question. Come here early this week and sec the -S- enator David B. Hill is goimr soil, her mines and her manufactories, asyour patience must bo as fully exThere and Thereabouts. Every department teeming with my apace is. Atlanta is a the lecture platform and CIiIchko will bo gains in desirable merchandise. and it Beeiua that sho makes everything hausted as Atlanta, Nov. 16. It is better to servo necessary to eat, drink, wear or othorwiso great city: the Exposition is a magnifi- tho city of his debut. His subject will just the kind of goods you want for little money. tbe Lord than to put confidence in prin- enjoy. Hers is a wonderful display of cent one; go thou to see it. V. P. W. bo "Liberty." ces or railroads, especially tbe latter. I her industries and 'progress A trolley and proves P. S. Iain at home again, none the through thought when I Rot on tho "Kxpositloa her people are allvejto an ope of worse for wear. the importance Aftor my diMtfreo-abl- e Flyer," my trials were ended, but alas her resources and of manufacturing her people were experience at Somerset, I stuck to for human hopes. The eniue broke products at homo instead of shipping the trains when I boarded them, and got feet below and drowned. No one in the the peoplc.s Headquarters, where they get the most goods for Ave thorn down midway between stations to New England and tho East for home without getting left again and car escaped. the Least Money. miles apart and refused to turn a wheel. that purpose to be returned and Bold at A Kansas judge sent a man to jail without incident worthy of mention. flagman bad to be sent for another en' a big profitjto refused to taste A for contempt, because he the Yankies. W. P. W. gine 2 J miles afoot and that occasioned a liquor supposed to bo beer and upon Onoof thejlargest buildings was erecta delay of an hour and from bad it went Although he asserta that he had no which the judge wanted his judgment ed by the negroeslof the South and is to worse till the Flyer was a .misnomer as an expert. filled with articles of thoir own product part nor lot in the alleged surreptitious and instead of stopping only a few times Frank Jordan, of Brownsville. Iowo, and manufacture, which show the won. withdrawal of his A. P. wan en route, it was laid out at nearly every in the 0th shot at his eon when ho told him he derful advancement of tbe race not only opponent for the Legislature Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods, going to marry and tho bullet struck his telegraph station to await orders. Fiin the various industries, but in tho arts and 7th wards in Louisville, Hon. A. J wife who was in an adjoining room, fa nally 2 hours late I reached Chatand sciences as well.SJThere are numer- Carroll has resigned the seat in tho Gen tally injuring her. tanooga, to find that tbe ladies bat taken ous industrial as well as other important eral Assembly to which he was elected, Within a fow days a New Jersey care of, themselves like veteran travelers sphoola in the South for tbe colored peo because by that withdrawal without their and none tbe worse off for losing their pie had no chance to woman has been found guilty of being a Carpets, &c, at less than manufacturers prices. Ladies Fleece-lineand many of them have taken ad. knowledge, the people common scold and fined therefor, while escort. Men are not half as important as vantage pf these in a most gratifying express their preference for representa a New Jersey man has been finod $3.50 ribbed vests at 15c, worth 25c. Ladies' union suits, an extra good they imagine thomselves and.it .does not manner. They imako nearly everything tive. This course may be a quality, sell at 50c, worth Si. Ladies' all wool hose at 15c, worth take even tho new woman to get along as you can imagine and with such perfec- and honorable one, but we fail to see the for swearing in public. George It. Spriggs, of Pittsburg, Pa., 25c. well without them. Ladies' and children's Mr. Carroll bad tion as. to challenge the admiration of necessity for it, Bince Ho pushed a After getting to Chattanooga we bad nothing whatever to do with bringing is n modern Sampson. the visitor. The exhibits are presided plain sailing over the historic country, to over entirely by members of their race about the situation. The people may freight car loaded with pig iron and Atlanta. Every inch of it was contested and they are exceedingly courteous and vindicate his course in the matter.butthe weighiug 05,000 pounds 25 feet up grade, I some 30 or more years ago by hostile likelihood is that they will not and that after eight men had tried and failed. attentive. what cither side wanted with it About 800 persons are said to havo Worth double the money. Men's heavy undershirts at 25c, worth Saturday wasl'Kentucky day, but it Mr. Carroll will lose entirely out and the r is bard to imagine. It is as poor na a democracy its only chance to elect a U. been massacred at Kharput, and eight 50c. Men's Genuine homespun and home knit socks at did not draw a very; large crowd of the 15c, worth flew ovor and must have been tbe "Colonels." The fact of the business is S. Senator. Liko in love and war, ev- - out of 12 of tho buildingB belonging to 40c. Men's good suspenders at 10c, worth 25c. Men's, Hoys' and section, which caused the poor Johnnie Kentucky is not.'much in it here. If she erythinglhas gotten to be considered fair the American missions were robbed and Children's Rob to remark after viewing tho- landmen it is seldom hs a building I could not find it and in politics and oilice and give that other burned. The missionaries escaped. scape o'er, "The next lime I go to fight the fie only thing I saw with Kentucky on throw away an ing for the country, I'll see whether it is it was a little 2r4 room in annex of tbe party tho advantage as Mr. Carroll has worth it beforo I make a fool of inyeelf.'' Woman's building. It has a few pic- done. A special election has been orderIt is a God forsaken looking territory and tures painted by a clever lady artist of ed for Dec. 7th. Will be slaughtered worse than ever. These prices arc genuine, so no mistake. Scrubby wools of pines Oivington and a portrait of don't fail to call and be convinced. Child's suits 75c, worth Si. 50. end white oak with here and there The computation ot the official vote Jolm G. Carlisle only these and noth Boys' long pants suits go at $2. 50, worth $$. Men's suits at J5S.50, fields of nubbins and a lew couon ing more. At tho exercise in the Audi- was concluded Saturday and is: Hardin Us worth $7. Our Overcoats all go at prices correspondingly low. patcheB, which seem to have given up torium 103,524, Bradley 172,430, Pettit 10,011, t Bradley made a cred tbe Btrupgle early in the action, makeup iUble speech andLieut. Gov. Alford was Demareoi 4,180. Bradlej's plurality The other candidates on the demo- Furniture, a monotonous scene, which reminds one somewhat in evidence. John D. Harris ' Pictures, of some parts of Old Virginiai was "tending like" he is a great man and cratic and republican tickets ran from somewhat Easels, Carpets democratic soul! to 10,000 behind Hardin and Bradloy. Rugs God blees several other small bores were on exhibi-bitioScreens, owing to the ignorance of the voters. The Oil Cloth has been four years almost to a day It Clever Dave Colson was on Window Shades since 1 was in Atlanta before. Tho hus- hand, but he is as modest as he is briebt total vote is 337,057 the largest over cast tling, bustling air of a great city, so sharp and his only speeches were to tho pretty in the State. Compared with tho vote Coco Matts, A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, in contrast with the other cities of tho women. Late in tho day and after I had for president in 1S92, tbe democrats cast Room Mouldings, T: D. RANEY, Manager. South, was a surprise to me then as it is a left, Mrs. Eugenii Dunlap Fotts read an 11,037 votes less and the republicans Lenolimus, at growing wonder now. It suffered eomo-wb- address, which if like her other produc more. The populist vote fell oil from Picture Mouldings, Branch Stores. from the boom times, but its tions, was highly meritorious. Mies Ida that yeorlO,5S9 and the prohibition 2.2M Rattan Rockers, enincrease May Paris. Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, growth has been steady and its Wood Rockers. Grant read her very excellent poem This 0.000 voters seem to have gone Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. in commercial importance vnry uurked. "The Miner's Own Piece of Luck," and tirely to the republicans, but there was This is the place to get a thing Magnificent buildings have reared their others perfomed, but as our readers such a shifting all around that it is no Pre tall summits to tbe skies almost, giving know little or nothing of them I omtt use in speculation. The ded is douo of beauty and a joy forever! the city a decidedly Chicago appearance, further mention. Let ub make the best of it and try never sent your mother, sister, brother which metropolis it recembles in many or friend with a useful article as a As at Chicago, I found both amuse- to let such a result occur again. ways. birth day, holiday, or bridal pre ment and instruction in the Midway. It Tim free eilventea got it in tho necK The Legislature is in seesion and Wed- was the Plaisnnce there; it is the Heights sent. even in what they thought was their But no LINK can compare with ours for nesday niRbt was addressed by hrp. Though hardly bo cosmopolitan stronghold. The candidate for railroad & HOCKEK, Crisp, of the National House, in their nature, many of the best feaOons-borwho did so by a unanimous invitation tures of the other fair are retained with commissi mnr nominated in the Undertaker & Furniture dealconvention, whore all the trouble resolution. The extended through joint ones added. There is a Phoenix originated, only pulled through by a ma ers, Stanford, Ky. gallerua ere packed and tbe vheel from the top of which a bird-ey- e floor and Wc want your trade and we are going to get it Pertinent isn't it ? distinguished Georgian was accorded a view of the grounds, of tho city and jority of C7 in a total vote ol 0(5.555 and -- 3 But the prices and quality of our goods warrant us in being built even that is to be contested. The gov perfect ovation, as ho arose to speak on the country cun be bad, which presents just a little that way. Our cast iron garantee is to your interest tbe political iseues. The speech was of a panorama of beauty seldom enjoyed. ernor has been notified that un oilicer in S3 through H'-course mainly upon the currency ques- The streets of Cario, with its camels and one Greenville precinct failed for CD tion and his declarations in favor of the d mkeys, its fakirs and other features, clerical error to count 20S votes cast included, would give and unlimited coinago of silver at the Moorish Palace, the Mystic Maze, tho Porter, which, if free cantho preEent ratio, seemed to touch the Drthomy, Equimanx. German and other him victory. A hearing before tho vassing bourd was atiked, but the govpopular chord, judging by the applause, villages, the Colliseum, the trained wild which is not always a fair test since the animals, the wiggling dancing girls and ernor replied that a certificate of election W free silverites usually make up in noiee so on all take one back to tho aummer must be itsued according to the returns remedy Is by and bluster for what they lack in argu and fall of 1893, when that conglomer on file and thut Mr. Porter's ment. Mr. Crisp asserted dogmatically ation of curiosities first bewildered the contest. The Place to Buy W that the United States was sufficiently observer. The noi?o and confusion is If Carroll is not re elected and ita dolpowerful to eiU&blish bimetalism tie 80 great on the street that the spellers 02 j lars to dimes that he will not be, the world over, without international agree- have adopted huge trumpets through Lglslature will bo republican on joint in ment. He ulso as dogmatically asserted which to expatiate upon the peculiar ballot without that party uneeatingaain w Wc sell at the Cheapest Price. that the next National convention would merits of their respective exhibitions, gle democrat. When there was so much adopt a free coinage plank, when the which give their voices a most sepul at stake we think Mr. Carroll acted exmost cursory glance, at tho standing of chral and unearthly sound. It is a good ceedingly unwise in not calling tho bluff o W M tho States shows that it will almost cer- place to indulge in the study of man, of the opposition. His action will in all By an Kxpcricnccd Pharmacist. c tainly repudiate such a proposition. The which Pope tells ns is the proper study probability keep Gov. McCreary from beM to be the opening of of speech is understood mankind. ing Senator. Mr. Crisp's campaign for U. S. Senator to In the Plant railroad system exhibit succeed Gen. Gordon, whose term ex- are transplanted orange trees laden with The editor ol the Loudon Echo on Druggist, Stanford, Ky.j CD pires in March, but if woll posted men their luscious fruit fully ripened, banan- hearing that hell had gone republican by affirm, Georgia will know whereof they as and pineapple, cocoanut trees in full a million promptly applied to Gov. take positiop with Kentucky for a sound beariug besides other tropical fruits and Bradley for the position of organ to his currency and send Mr. Crisp to grass ts flowers in profusion. It also has a majesty tho devil. But neither would. Senator Blackburn wbb sent pretty quick cotton field, with. its white por hve him and the poor fellow will have alroady. td continue to prevaricato at his old duct ready to bo gathered. The Cotton States and International headquarters for the presont. Atlanta seems fully able to care for Exposition is a marvel. That a city of Seeding time is now right at hand, wc hive a largc'stock of the large crowds that are flocking hero It Ib only about two weeks till Presiless than 100,000 people Bhould havo atreasonable rates. There are sev- dent Cleveland will havo Cougrepson his tempted such a prodigious undertaking andat eral fine hotels and any number of thoeo hinda again, and a wild and woolly one speaks volumes of praisB for Its enterof a lower grado. Fortunately I did not it will he. Of the 350 membero, only H 5 prise and plvck, but to have carried it to how indom- have to! look alter accommodations of aro democrat, 83 of theso being from tl 0 as successful an issue showB ucceuorstoj. B. Hljfgin, Dealers in Kmbracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle that character as Jiny brother, Mr. T. I!. South. Crisp will be tho lender of tho itable are the energy and perseverance "Walton, who a resident of At- minority, if it have a leader, but it will nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine of the people of the Gate City, who aplanta for several ayears, bad arranged be blind leadinc tho blind. our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting pear to know uosacb word as fail. The evarythlng for our comfort. Being short and wc are offering special inducements to close out a nice line Exposition is all and more than the meat Pkkpakations on a big bcalo are althoroughly acquaintod both with tho Kv. of Buggies and Surreys. fdBtidiouB visitor to the World'u Fair ready being made for the inaugural of We will continue the coal bunuuM at Mr. III? Though hrrdly fair to city and.theifair grounds, ho was of incould expect. on and will all Gov. Bradley, Dec. 10. All tbe railroads gint' old itJoilcoal whlcnhavo will hand at promtimet valuable aeflistance in our U10 very bctt wr deliver illy compare it with that huge afldir it does W. L. WITI1KRS, Salesman. give half rates and the largest crowd We will tell ttrictly for eaah and will make It to and in every other way. A great many will the intercit of tbe people ot thit section to pay suffer by it, for while tdike in many not nvor in Frankfort is expected. As larue Cli of our patrons remember liim us llio 37 particulara it is very unlike in others and Jouknal's first business manager number of Northorn people, will be ou better in many. to tho ( and will regret to bear that owing to ill hand to bee Kentucky turned over In the first plco the location is nathealth he has bad to give up business in radicals. urally a lovely one, and its beauty has Atlanta and will go to Thomasville, Ga., Having sold my farm and deteimlnpd to co Tho libel suit for 150,000 agninBt tho been enhanced iu every conceivable Wot, I will sell my personalty on the pnmiici on in search of a more equitabio climate. way. The buildings, which, with two Sunday. Truth, whie.h was brought some Chicago made a treranndous display weeko ago by the Mason-Foar- d Comor three exceptions are built of wood, 20, '95. substantial minner, are ar- here last week, but New York proposes pany, will be pushed. The papers were in a more lleginalng at 10 a, m., a follows: ranged around an ampltheatre of hills, to see her and go several better. Al- served upon Editor Finley last week, and One saddle and harness horse, i large work mule work horse, a All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Renairinp with a beautiful lake at thoir base over ready 00 Pallman cars have been en- both Bides seem eager to get into court horses, i and colt, I aged horse, four milk cows, good ones, i boiler, three done in style. which electric launches skim with swan- gaged to bring the New Yorkers and and settle their differences. shoats, J. B. Foraker will, yearling heilers, o 1st hogi, 14 wagon, half ,n. wagon, ,1 carriage, spring like grace and through which electric the rush continues. Tho Exposition is in iiindor andalto a half fountains shoot their myriad of jete, ar- on a paying basis now and it is hoped early in the coming January, be chosen terest onea Whlteley corn planter. Other iats in isrminir . every color of the rain- will come out ahead. Ohlojand take the place of implements top numerous to mention, also mv ranged to show Senator of household and kitchen furniture. horses wjth diseased feet. We have an Our advice to all who afford the lux- Senator Calvin Brico on March 1, 1697. Teruj. Allsurajof $10 and under caih, over Special attention to bow. The general appearance of the artistic a credit interCity" strikes the beholder by day ury, and It is not a very expensive one, Them are but 40 horses that ever that amount negotiable-an-of six months with Farrn.r. Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work! "Gray est. Notes parable in d with wonder at its beauty, but at night is to visit the Exposition. It is an eye trotted In 2:10 orlbetter, while there ares llank u Trust Co. of Stanford, and to be appiovcd MR. H. H. KINLEY. ilhaye to carry a vviw.y .suit., ua property. O. r. opener, an educator and a mind lirnn.i. seven othereltbat will ita grandeur is almo3t beyond belief, HATDKV . II, , T. in 1890. with ita almost ,num- - "' 7' Walnut Hit,.Kr. ' ener. 11 win give you a better idea of fraction until the HaschargVbf our "Painting Department. Give us a luminated an it la I I ....,!,,.,, ulUrliLC.liLl ,.,n I.,., tasIraeorltsM mid-season plght-seer- e. LOUISVILLE STORE '! SSSSS u jrv ms l in ininep umss Bnnds BOOTS AND SHOES. 5 Cts. high-minde- d I Fast Black Hose at O IL O crow-eve- - T H I N Gfo life-size- d Before You Buy, Gov.-elec- 2. 7,-0- 00 br THE LOUISVILLE STORE, n. JU,-0- 95 ker o WITHERS n-- vv THERE AR1 OTHERS STYLE & QUALITY. BASICS, The Jewefier. t s Ol o H 4S O mo W K P a ficRoberts' Orisig Store Compounded. m P K SCHOOL BOOHS & TOILET ARTICLES o m TS Prescriptions Carefully w min-atur- e ft n w "W. B. M'ROBEBTS, I w O O H LOOK HERE R Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land R. Noel & Son, Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, of Coal, Stanford, has-bee- n All Willis sight-Beein- g B. K. WSA2i3B3jr. on Sale of Personalty. ;t. Asaph Carriage Co, STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Wednesday. Nov. 1 three-year-ol- MERSHON first-class & GREER, Proprietors. d ld 1 two-ho- or 1 two-hor- ie Horse Shoeing and Blachsmithing of all Kinds. . bell-sound- s tfR GXmiEWED WETER. trhl 1 tWai, 'T' , mi-Wee- Stanford, KLy., E. C. Walton, wraps, at or, a raliroad man, was killed. Sbo went insane from the shock, and from that day to this she has met every train, In Bin lino ol dinner acta, at Farrid & Ladiks' and fcentlumun'a mackin- - the hope of seeing her lover return to toaht8,nt ShankB. jNovkmurk 19. 1895 Hardin's. hor, nnd (Irmly believes that ho will do Nkw line perftimn, toilet wnter, sachet Laying all jokes asidr, if you owe tbia so. She may b seen standing on the V. B. Mcltobflrts. powder, olllce, you muat pay up. We have wait- platform BwaitinR the arrival of the train ed till patience has ceased to be a virtue. in all kinds of weather. Ohlcago ChronBusiness Manager Takkh glnnco at oui window display icle. of fine China. Dankc, the jawetor. DEATH'S DOINGS. Interior Journal Boots and Shanks'. bU ops In great variety, at A nick lino of jackets and Shanks'. Eight Is j nd Might is Power. Mi mill BpoouB? I1eati.no stoves, cook stoves and Kouiemupr overytlilni? goes at ranges at very low prices, Farris A lUr reducud prices. A bentitlftil selection of din. rings too. Come and look them over, Fon Sale. Our desirable residence on Store. fenny's Druir and Jnwe-lrUpper Main street. Call on or address Dr. Hugh Held. Don't you need some knivex, forks or Mrs. A. T. Olionault, aged 01, dropped dend from paralysis of the heart at MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. These are our sentiments in all dealings. We endeavor to eivc you value received and not to misrepresent our rrnnri; PERSONAI POINTS. Mas. J. II. Ykaobr vWteil friends nt Springfield lust week. Mips Lauiia Jakiiob spent Sunday with her friends at Lebanon. Mb. and Mps. J. H. Owblry, Jh , wont to the Atlanta Imposition laat week. Mit. S. P Saltish, of UarrodshurR. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Klkin. John Women went up to Crab Orchard yesterday to work for Mr. A. II. Bastin. Mil. J, B. UiaoiNsand daiiRhter, Miss Julia, returned Saturday from Eveiiytiiino you need for Thanksgiving, turkeys, oyatera, celery, cranborrieB, &c. Fnrris Hardin. t Wk are now showing somo of those Xmas presents wo Blinks, tho jeweler. bought for you. dnr-key.di- IIaiijios Lkk, an old and respected at bis hnm nt Turnorsvillo, FrI. day. Ho was said to bo nearly 100 years old. Ladies and children's hair cutting and i A pi t . , w r i shampooing a specialty at Wilkinson fc Cain's tonsorial parlor, opposite St. AsMn. A. A. Wahkkn left Saturday for aph Hotel. Atlanta to work the Kncyclopiu Jia busiWk have tho best stock of overcoats ness. Mn. Jamu IIosk, of DavieBS county, clothing, boots and shoes snd at tho low-eprices of any houso in tho c'ty. W was the Kllesl ' l,i8 ftunl M Hughes A Tato. Tate. Mkh.T. A. Bicacame up from Louln-vlll- o lv yon want n tailor made suit or a Saturday to spend a few weeks pair of t'owsers remember that you can with relatives. get quicker and better work at Shanks' Mian Lucilk Mi:nkfkk, who Is attend-inthan anywhero else. Georgetown College, spent Sunday with her parents. Tiik chrysanthemum exhibition is frr LktciiskOhslby, 1'j , has returned tho benefit of the Joseph Price Hospital, from the Atlanta exposition, where he Admlpsion 10 and 'JO cents. Deckleman's had a great time. orchestra will furnish tho muaic. Mit. and Mil. W.T. Smith have reGov. Bhadlby says lie is n candidate turned from a visit to Prof. J. M. Sibold for no ofiico ou earth, but all the samo he and wtfe at Islington. hopes tho election will Miui. J. II. Tavwii and two daui;htera strike him and wo hope so too. Midfles Helen and Evelyn, of Huston vllle, were hero ahopping Saturday. To avoid carrying stock over tho win- Mb. W. T. Saumirkb went to Junction tor, I am selling boxing, studding and City Friday to take the olllce of marshal joist at a lower price than they were ev of that place. He w ill move his family er offered in this market, A. 0. Sine. later on All persons who desire to have Dr. 'Ool. D. H. Coixibk, of Lancaster, will, mnko plates for them will please Is said, bo assistant secretary of State, Bender it CHURCH AFFAIRS. call at tho hotel on Monnay, Jiov. lioth, W hope so at anr rate. Ilia services to have their impresaion taken. Williamsburg claims to havo tho deserve handsome recognition. Mk. W.J. Hooan, of this place, ecle I have an overstock of wire and slat largest Sunday school in the State. brated bis O'Jrd birthday last Friday fence made of oak pickets; tho beet fence Rev. S. F. Smith, author of tho paby a uica dinner to a number of his in tho market. In order to reduce Btock triotic song "America," dropped dead at friends and relatlves.BryantsviUo Cor. I will sell it at extra low price for the Boston. Record. Rev. F. D. Hale, who is in Palestine, next todays. A. 0. Sine. writes that ho baptized a woman in the L. Li.knby, foreman of the Mn. Will Don't fall to attend the chrysanthe- river of Jordan, Oct. 10th. advertising department of the Loulnvillt mum show at the Odd Fellows' Hall toRev. J. D. Mitchell, of Whites Chap-- ' I'oat, ws on yeaturday's train on route morrow afternoon aud evening. It will el, Madison county, will preuch at the to Pinnvill. Years ago, he slung type he well worth tho prlccf edmission and Presbyterian church Wednesday night. for this olllce and did it well. go to a moot Rev. A. V. Sizemoro closed a meetof Danville, who besides tho proceeds will Mhs. J. O. Ka.s, excellent cause. ing at Crab Orchard with four additions Joseph Price Hospital has been at the Twbnty-on- k YhAM. Ship IvdeB, who to the church and n general iiwakoning for some time, is rapidly improving. Her daughter, Mia Annie, is also here under shot and killed Thomas Singleton, near o( its members. Rev. W. W. Bruce, of Hustonvil'e, Kubauks, "just to see him fall," as he treatment for catarrh. of Pino Blull( Miid after lie htul tired the fatal siiot, was was the guest of Riv. S. M.Logan SunMn. William Uockkk, Ark , is visiting tun sisters, Mis W. M. given 21 years in the penitentiary at day and At night preached an ablo discourse at the Presbyterian churah. Lackey and Mrs. M. J. Miller. He is Somerset last week. At tho Mills meetings in Louiville with a cancer on his chin, but np Two Good Things. Wo havo just put Sunday, J30.S32 was subscrihed to the pears hopeful and clier rful, and is enjoyon sale W) drztm Udles pants and veetsi Y. M. O. A. building fund. Of tho $150,-00- 0 ing his visit very much. necessary $70,000 have now been wya that Mr. and ono lot 50c suit, one ut Too suit. These l The goods were made to sell at 75 and $1. raised. Mre. K. II. Slierley will make their home we closed out tho lino consequently Rev. R B. Mahony preached at Lonwith Mrs. James T. Carbon, 1100 Garvin But theso low prices. Severance Son. don twice Sunday and wni dbhghted Place, when they return from their bridal trip. MrH Sherley la a sister of Mrs. The Record says that there is talk of with tho people, who oxtended eveiy Carson ami has a number of friends discontinuing the telegraph olllce at thnt courtesy to him that hospitublo hosrU here. place. In the event it is done meeeages could suggetit. Rev. John G. Fee, of Berea college, Mhs. S. C. Thltiiiiaht has been elect will be telephoned to Danville and telo od se crntary of foreign slfairs of the wo- graphed from that point. Poor old Lan- who recently withdrew from his old man's board of missiona of the Southern caster. She'll bo fortunate to have a church nt Berea on account of disagreeMethodist church, making her practical court-houif she continues on hor ment with members ou the mode of has organized n new church known ol the foreign policy of down bill career. ly the dictator as "Tho Church of Baptized Believers." board. Mrs. Trneheart, who is now tlie The jury in tho damage case of J. S. At tho Christian Workers' convex.-tio- n loaated in Nashville, is ono of the best - Huudlny against the L. & N. giuo Mr. at New Haven, Conn , Mrs. E. M, known women in Kentucky and the boHundl-;1,5C0. Ho sued for 12,000. Poteat, tho wife of tho pastor of Calvary lection is n most excellent one. Judge J. W. Alcorn, the attorney for Baptist church, where the convention A laiiok ulcturo of the beautiful the railroad, rb!ui1 (or a new trial but was in session declared that she "would young lady which does not do her jus his motion was overruled. A few orders as soon (end a son of hers to hell as to tice, appears in Sunday's Courier Jour of minor importance wero made Friday Yale College." Miaa Evelyn nnl with this mention: and Saturday and they ended tho fall The Mills meetings closo to night Bucbaunn is ono of the handsomest girls term of Lincoln Circuit Court. A spec with n farewoll service at the nuditorium. in the State. Sho is n sister of Mrs. John ial term will be held Decembor -- 0 to The revival mill result in about I.OCO A. Haldeman, of Fourth and York, hear some tipiity cases. conversions. Many of the churches in guest. Hiie streets, Hiid ic t present her She is n In a brunette with a fine fimuu. So far as wo can learn Lincoln county tho city will begin revivals tomorrow Mr. and Mrs. John Buchnnati will furnish no aspirant for oliico under night, so as to continue the work. Yesdaughter of terday's Courier Jour nl. of Crab Orchard. the new State administration. Jud&o Rov. Henry N. Fau'coner, of D n Davison is ready the only republican ville, is nosieting Rev. J. P. Halaell in a CITY ANDVIPINITY. hero who io deserving of recognition and meeting at Walnut Flat and good resultB he has about as good a thing bh he wnnts. Lamps of all kinds at Farns & Har- are already manifesting themselves. Two When you come to think of it tbero are din's. persona wero up for prayer Sunday night not more than a half dozen men of that g is going ut about cost at fiiith hero who could (ill competently and others appear interested. The im Ci.otiu.nu will likely continue all tho week. a t even tho smallest office in tho gift of Shonkb'. Bradley or bio cabinet. Cab drivers of New York are on a Biqoxst lino of Xmas goods ever Lu"KY. Capt. William Herndon, of strike and from 600 to 1,000 aro out. brought to town, nt Farris & Hardin'B. . Gentry it Carr sold to J. II. Bangh-ma- n Lancaster, returned from Texas Sunday Fon Rodger' knlvea and forke oeo whither ho had been to look after propit Co. 100 bushels ol corn at il 5 Dauke, the jowelor. Our line beats them erty left by his uncle Patrick, who weu' delivered. nil. Two men were killed and six badly from Kontucky iu 1831 to Missouri and Ai.LiuenohonId examine our "Peer- from there to New Orleans with a lot of scalded by the explosion of rotten boil Hughes & mules In 1831. Ho was never heard of by or at Vanceburp. less Sauitsry" underwear. Gov.-eleBradley will now shine in tho family after that till recently n Texas Tate. society. Ho has been elsctei lawyer discovered that he left somo Ladikb, and the public generally, inviof the Awoinbly Ball Club at acres of land on the Rio Grande. Tho ted to call and examine our stock. Farcaptain wivj notified and he went to in- Frankfort. ris & Hardin. John Steele, of Fayette county, pro, vestigate. He found that the land is rich in coal and otherwise valuable, with a duced this year 200,000 pounds of tobacA iibautiful spell of weather has of homp, 3,000 barrels prevailed tor n week oulminating yoater- - railroad buildingttowards it and will be co, 1S0.000 poundB Mo lo clearly establish his rights as of corn and 5,000 buahola of wheat. in the lovoliest day of the season. Edwiu D. Bither has bought tho heir. After leaving New Orleans, his T. J. Bknkdict bought of Mrs. M. E. uncle went to what wob then tho Repub- yearling Bister to Constantino, 2:12, from Daviess a houso and lot iu Rowland for lic of Texas andljoined tho army to fight T. O. AuRlin, of Loxington, for $2,500 the Mexicans. He with many others was Tbo filly has Bhown a mile in 2:30. $250 aud will move to it in a few days. captured shortly afterwards and the There is a girl 'living', at Flora, Ind., is our whole lot shot. There are four seta of who nover idiesea a'pasSGngor'tiraln durnovel and New, aud'Svatches intently Btock this year.' Gcrae iu n&d see. Glad heirs to the estate and the captain will ing the daytlmo, to get bflf'lHer atory io a to show you the Roods. Danke, the jew- come in for a fair Bharo and hero's hoping for some ono About four yeara ago her 'lov- J aad one. he'll get millions out of it. eler. st R i Richmond. Mrs. Margaret Holmes James, wife of Mr. Georgo Leo James, of Crab Orchard, died at o'c'ock Friday afternoon at the Joseph Price Hospital hero, after n pro tracted illness of n complication of troubles. Beaides her husband nho leaves two children n daughter and a son a year-olwho will (eel keenly tho loss of a loving mother. Mrs James was u daughter of Mrs. Sue Holmes, of the East End, and besides being a moat excellent woman, was a devout metnbor of the Preebyterian church. Several times before hor death she expressed her willingness to meet her Maker, but a) wayB added that she leaving those that wore dear to her and especially her children. Her remains were taken to Crab Orchard and Sunday morning at her late residence Elder J. G. Livingston preached a most touching aud appropriate funeral, after which they wero laid to rest In Cemetery Hill. The Borrowing ones have the sympathy of the ontire community and that they may find consolation in God's word which says U doethall things well, is the hope of their many friends. A here contributes the following tribute io her: Iler last days wero of extreme anguish wliitu silo bore with unexampled fortitude, uover for a moment forgetting those who attended her. but smiling at her loved ones through mortal agony, and spent hor last breatii in giving loving assurances to her devoted husband and broken-heartemother. She was a lovable and consistent Christian woman, loved by nil who knew her, and will be missed as only a devoted mother, a loving wife, an nilectionate sister ami dutiful daughter can be by thono whose lives and hopes were bound up in hers. .'1 d, rcg-ett- ed William Smith, of Louisville, wanls a divorce from his wife becauso she unmercifully whips him. A woman discarded her convict garb for marriage robes Bt Frankfort Friday. A convict wooed and woo her while within tho walls and when his timo was Our Children's Clothing is what we sell it for. We will give you out plead with Gov. Brown to pardon another opportunity to get some unexcelled bargains. A few more hor which he did, and the knot was black, Cheviot suits at $3. All-woCombination Suits, tied. Dr. Samuel Weatherford, of Louis- double seat and knee, $5, and many others which will convince you ville, who was recently made defendant on examination. in a breach of promisesuit of a sensation-a- l nature Qled by Miss Maud Spurgeon, has disappeared, at least all eflortsof the sheriff and his deputies to locate him 1 his line is large and bargains are numerous. Good wool suits at $5. and serve Bummons have thus far been We sell no cheap goods but good ones at low prices. unavailing. R. M. Kindred, formerly a carpenter of this city, and twice a widower, -:- couldn't contain himself for'joy over the prospects of the republicans and feeling Good, all wool double and single breasted suits, $10, have no equal that he must do something tn commem lor the money. Also a good line at $7. 50. Some which cannot be oration of tho election, took unto himequaled for $$. self a wife in the person of Miss Battle Gaines, a Garrard county damsel. Richmond Register. Frederick Gross, a widower aged 72 Gobd years, and Mrs. Catherine Thomas, a And we have a big line at prices to suit the times. pants, $2. Corduroys at 51.50. Fine dress for Sunday. Side widow aged 07 years, were ratirried at pockets and top pockets. Latest styles. Call for these goods. Oshkosh, Wis. The couple were sweet hearts 40 years ago, but quarreled and drifted apart. Both wore finally married. Recently the wife of Grofa died. Tho husband of the woman had died Bhortly Ask the boys about them. They are beauties; after her marriage. They renewed their acquaintance, which ripened into love, and married in spite of the objections of their children. Mr W. Thomas Beck and Miss Dov-i- e Vanoy wero married by Eld W. L. Williams at Ilustonvillo Friday. Mies Dovie is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanoy and is a most excellent In this department wc cannot say too much, as we had a much yuuug miiy, wnuo mt. uecK, who is a larger trade than we looked for and are getting in goods every day. BJn of Mr. William Beck, is a prosperous yountr farmer. They wero given a re Call and examine for yourself. Our stock is still complete, but there Get your choice before it is caption at Mr. J. W. Bibb's Friday night, is no telling how soon it will be broken. at whirh wero a score or more of the too late. We have everything a man must wear. young couple's friends. Mr. Beck and SHIRTS Of every description, white colored, wool and heavy, Sqare Dealings at One Strictly Low Priee. ol all-wo- ol BOYS' CLOTHING! .CLOTHIjNG MEN'S ! All Men Wear ats. all-woo- l, NECKWEAR! Underwear to Suit Everybody and at Prices to Suit You. OVERCOATS. wife will go to house-keepin- g ripe old ago and grow happier as thoy grow older tho In tehior Journal joins their many friendB in wiahing NEW AUVEBTISEHKMH. that they may livi) to a atonceand working shirts and night shirts. Duck coats for feeding purposes Satisfaction guaranteed or Money refunded. u-Xollx- e Strictly One Price Clothing House, 9 The firm of Jones content An ami all nmem ha.imr claims igiinit and firm will p!vno present them for settlement Dee, i, io;. to J. T. Janet, Mgr. -r7l... .t. f - ir I will talce all the hides I can eel HIDES. for caih or in t.adntor lp.ih.mn court daji at Stanford or at my home in Uttcn-nelChui Knmlin, Tanner. by mntual DISSOLUTION. ..' ..).. i f- J. L Frohman m Danville, Ky. & Co. Sale Courier-Journa- oft On Friday, Nov. 29, 1895, in Middlrburg, Caiey Co., liy., all my personal prejurty, ci muting ol I will tell at public auction, SHOE Personalty at my residence, TALK! Everybody is interested in the shoe questios, so we have bought accord ingly. 45 6 Fat Hogs, G Sows and Pigs, Suoats, 1 26 Pair Work Mules, se head of horses, 3 colts, t mule coll, j head of cine, oj neau uietp. aoo barrels of corn in crib, jo bushel shelled oats, 30 bushels ol BW' ouimiesoi oau, to stacks 01 hsy. 100 shocks ol fodder, 1 buggies, a carts, t waxon, 1 mowing machine, bar rake, 30 acres of iiuM.ouaujiinui 01 urminj; tools too numerous to weatlon, also all my and kitchen furniture. TEKMS Made known on day of sale juuhk Our stock is more complete than at any time this season. Wc have sold the celebrated v .. 1 et-iu- Gov.-elec- 150 shock of fodder, 3 stacks of hay, about 50 shacks of orghum with grating lands on wuicn 10 iko me icwcutr ana sorghum, 2 wagons and n generj let ol farming implements auo u Hii 01 neuscnoiu unci Kitcnen lurmture for all sums of $10 and under cash; f.lBKMs uvcr uuk aiuruui a (rtpnt 01 six montns on note with ir od security, bearing interest from sale and payable in bank. EDWARD CARTER. 71 td twS-- For seven years, and the verdict of those who wear tbem is suffPublic Salo of icient proof of their good wearing Every body knows qualities. Having rented out my farm and civenun larra- - what the Stribley Shoe is. They Inir, I will, at my rebldonco near McCormack's .ucciiuK iouc, on tne aiantord v Milledirc vllle never turn out anything but the lurupixe, auoutnte miles west of Stanford, on best. In addition to these we can Thursday, Nov. 2r, X895, show you Men's, Women's and oen ai puuuc auciion 10 me nignest ouuer my Children's shoes, at all prices from I'cimin.t I'.vj't, ,jr luufi3iU 01 to the best. I hre work mules, i mares and colts, i work the cheapest horsp, 3 raillc cows, 5 lat cattle, aj nwi and SEVERANCE & SON. sho.ns, go sheep, about 100 barrets oi corn in the J. Mlddlihurjr. V. CO F KEY, Kv - ", w,u.- A, i. - -- A ' - T?r',i'siie.i-znjJi ..rTiLii V- 'J.. Th. Emerson Shoe 7 Personal Property! Mvfy ctlb, Farm at Public Sale i ! 11 county, Ky , lying ubob the watws of the Hanging Fork, will be tnl.l at fublic outer), without reserve, to the highest and best bidder, on Pursuant lo the will of Kid. S. II. King, deceas- eu.unu in oraer 10 a oiwsion 01 tie propeity among his heirs, the farm owned and occupied by him, between Uanvilh and Stanford, in Lincoln ry Goods, Clothing, Ladies' Capes and Jackets. That is what we want to do and will ,"do if you will examine our goods and prices. To be plain and candid torrid weather has left us with too many Capes, Jackets and Clothing and they are en the market to be sold. Come and examine them before you buy. It is universally conceded that we carry the best made, best fitting, best trimmed and best grade of clothing ever offered in Stanford and for less money. Don't buy until you convince your self that this is true. We call on the Ladies to examine our Dress Goods, Linings, Silk waists, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, &c &c. Wcshall be on the market for business and ask your attendance for a little while. Don't forget our 13oot and Shoe Stock. ct nt Fricltsy, Nov. 29th, 1895, The Farm Contains Is as well watered for both domestic and stock purpose as any farm in the stata. It ban a jIRICK DUELLING HOI SE, Uriek Smoko-Houaud Ice House, and other necessary outbuildings. There are also two tenant houses on tbe farm. 1 he land, though rolling, is rich and in a good stute of cultivation The farm lies upon aud on both sides of one of the best turnpikes in the State. The houso is within a few hundred yards ol the public school, and on the whole a more convenient and desirable farm cannot I be i found any where. The sale will take place on the premises at io o'clock a. rn., on the date above named. Tho usud al land terms will be given cash and the remainder in one and two years, equal pay nents, with 6 per cent, interest from date. F R. FKLAND, D. C. KING. For the Heirs. 73 it se ote-thir- -- 180 ACRES OF FINE LAND, Or its equivalent. INTO MONEY m in te ' J. HUGHES & TATE. jr Semi-Week- ly l Tho colleRO buildlnR at AuRUsta was APPLY TO destroyed by flro. JtMbUshod Evory Tuead&y and Friday Kentucky and -S- enator Quay Bays AT 33. Maryland will surely ro democratic next x Kor IJcnUsl, t -year. MTWheti not so paid 02.50 will be charged.-oped 03, Lifo, Firo or Torimdo Insurance. Office on Main Strstt, Oipoite the Judge llichard 0. Graves, and a prominent citizen, died suddenly K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Vnnr nollcr will be issued nromntlr and renewals OUR Hl'STLINO INSl RANCH MAN, carelully solced aflcr. None but the best comat Versailles. Train leave Stanford .s 7:15 a. in nil 3 p. m. "' panics roprcDim umcv un uiu bounu lor o Twenty-fivImmiRranta 69 'm ftitSt. Awph Hot!. arriving at 4:30 p. m. and 9:13 p. m. :&, California ate said to bo starvinR on the LOCALTIME CARD. L.&'N. Who represents the Old RrilaM. Mlchliran Mulu. n Colorado desert. J6rSv..nethinT New.""! of I al Life Insurance Co..favorable plan Ml' 1 ol Iniur Kentucky plun all tbe met , nilov Rmnnnn. th - t 7P m Ho. M.Traln gome North "nee. 7llea1sortprent.lh.o.l reliablu Cenlr. " - 3 5 m No, so. " $40,000 in a poker Louisville. Ky , and will WarchmiM-c.. 04 p Ker. la aald to have lost " South (In .5, K.ir fiiU Infornittion as to lime of trains, etc beeHl to have a liberal shure of jour prnsKe. . " ispm RameinNow lork. Mo.3, Hour Route. Wlfl be all the Isvors that can T. ritesiiv represen.s'ive Hi D iw ly MAUTIN, Liberal cash advance- O l:CdKUCK, by Rouicks Matthews, son of Gov. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Air riven Gin las. and lit. Pass rrir&f Mr attending " '"J of Indiana, died while heme and emmtry I will be at Trains pais Junction City ai follows court day. Paitut wat.tiir heK'1';d,I p m he Atlanta exposition. Mc,''r' No. t South ....ti 37 a m No 1 North ...3.C6 p m address w ft " ...1.46 ORCHARD, LAWN, GARDEN money should cuarantcea. " 3 1.5s am " 4 Prompt attention H. A. Thierroan &Co., of Louisville, " " ...3.13 a m " ") 5 II ......ts.oa m " 86 " distillery to . rn ..3.37 a m have Bold the Mayflower .. in . SPRlNGANU SUMMttK. .o.wj ". " 8 io .. m o .. for 123,000. fur- - D. W. Meecheudorf Something to Beautify tho Ladios. Dealer in All "ximls ol Fruit and Ornanentat TrtM, Notb. Not. s and 6 and 9 and 10 run no The remains of the only son of Gov, Shrubs, Small Kruits, Grape Vines, AsparJS", tor than junction uuy, nor on ounu.y, ,! Ac, Ac. No agents, llujr direct aud save monNew llais, WW Dally openlnms Matthews were buried at Clinton, Ind ey. Catalogues on aunllcatlon to assurance " t tnorsramunmem10. ..- - .mv- . vcluslveness of 4,000 people. l K H1LLKNMKYKR, . ...i.i Sunday in the presence in our LtxiiiKton, Ky. find style of psiterns, hala and btnnels ami all the 65 in n Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, we aie -- At Phoenixville, Ta., a father cut leartlns novelties in Millinery for which and known turoughout the country. the throats of his two little children CEII-INuimmer for SIDING, I ha. secured a fatally. . then wounded himself, probably son. Thanking yon lor I'ast favors, we wspeei prices. officer lully solicit your patronise hVetafU'" '"I'1-"sell at the lowest T Imnrll, th, host Prade of coods and Dean Tompkins, a revenue DUDDKRAR' M: bestewpd. c tlltltWlV county by Law, Attornoy K.TK UUI1UKKAK, Manager. was killed In Cumberland S. H. UAUGHMAN. Samuel Smith, whom be was trying to - J. II. nAUGHMAN. St I arrest. Omc.onl.nwti.r Stt.tt, oppa.U. h C.ut While BhoolinR at rats In bia barn .tt.Uliw,. 3 ll.u... C.llKll.n. icc.iv. f ak1. tllait (! Just trccivtd. Albert Albrecht, of Steubenvillo, 0., rc rn in .n.l .frthc lstir.uanJ bestaa asserted line low as the ever brought to SuntotJ. Prices cidentally shot and killed bia '0"e,U nEAZLKY. : : MISS LICC1K son. Sunferd, 1st Official report Bhow that of the seals XJNIJERTAKCR, fekilled this BeaBon nearly all wero --""" F"" " -- ' BAST1N HOUSE, males, which augurs an early extinction of the herds. Crnb Orchard, Ky. Oflet his services o tae pruplti ol West I.lo- comFull stoc of Coffins .. .miWu-Counties. A Pennsylvania traveling mBn .11 T..m wink, nl .I.V Patnms laken to n.i r.ltT. ifv4vt na hand. N. any part of tewn I ree ef Charge mitted suicide In a hotel at Buflalo, I) 8 Carper.ter. Manit.n" discharged by Absolutely Puro. Fare of Hnte4 S1.00 per Y., because ho had been Good Livery Attached A. 11 IIAST1N. Prep. day. employer. A cream of tarter baking pow- his-- A sansatlon was sprung in polities & der. Highest of all in leavening at Lexington by Mayor Duncan claim-in- c I ICy. a strength. Latest United States J K I'AKKBR. Pioanrtor, charter his term that under the Government All persons having claims against J C Oei - until 1897. to pusiu them lir I BGYAIBAKING POWDER CO., -S- ecretary Carlisle denies the story p,,e7,y proven L O. Kates l WO DOLLAHS l'r Uav. partnership New York. 7 108 Wall Street, he has entered into a that Krissedelcd and refuruttkcH threuf hiMt. Large A. G. Lcnherr with other gentlemen for the practice of Join B. C&itlcmin. anu CMi.iidlis Sample Kaems. Italia and e.e colllKtftl by KlcCtrlC Bells. litw In New York. 7 I'rvoipt and polne mvics to guests. board of assessment and Attornoy at Law, The State upon fixed the assessment V. Haitgkmai.. valuation J. - M. S. llAUOMMaM. whisky at 58 a barrel, a reduction of J2 a Aselgn- WiUac: as Utter.lAdliisira4r barrel from last year's assessment. has -J- ohn L. Morris, of St. Louis, "sprcUl at.tte4S SlHi raoraiRToKi LIVERPOOL,. to seven years in the stes, as Aitoiaey sad been sontenced SALE Blent' Lands. for perjury. He had accuspenitentiary OOieeon lBCatrSt. overSjpt. "A. I. McCla attempted bribery. y's office &OASTLEM AJSI al ihA phi.rifTof Davis, of Rockport, Ind , fit any man. Mrs. Sarah Ready-mad- e or made lo measure, as suits customer. Can MANAGERS, nearest - - Kentucky. A. S. ebotantl fatally wounded her They Isabel Goodman. Oojmmcrce Buildiug, Louisville neighbor, Mrs. Surgeon bat If you HmmI livvry civ us a Call. Nethla ! had quarraled about their chickens. Dentist, fint-tlAgents throughout the South luraouts ill leave our stabla. bee ua for rates, luour A mob of unmasked white men took Fred-prir- k. Ky. W A. TBIBBLB, Local Agont, a negro named Goings from jail at mur HARNESS SHOP Md.. and hanged him for a OMfce ever McKobfttt' Drug Store IB the Owsley f Itarncu, Bri KV. STANFORD, You will find a roud asHtat llulldirig dles, SaJdlw. Ac Havevr repalnatf Utfe oy derous assault upon a young white wo or man. he understands hn business. e have a man. mechanic in our Eight private detectives have been THE BLACKS MITHISHOP. K. B. K1L.KY. Proprietor, arrested at GhicRgo for the murder of wjrlt and s.ilsfseur Wlllsurant-1rt-eUEXPOSITION Frank White, who was killed with bul- Kontuoky, Try our ho shoer. ltcc London. lets from several revolvers while eeated WILL BE HELD . I have moved to ay u- t- lietel and am bctlll Se-ot18th to Dec. 31st, 1895. in a buggy. t prepared than ever to actomraodate lbs public. The Chesapeake and Ohio railroad ground traversed by ritla Ipits, over which On Uoed Livery attached and every convenience d Sherman threw the firt shell into Atlanta 31 yean n,, Ihrnnnll PrPfticlpnt M. E. In- ....uup... Farms near araa. Cvemeacall. The Air u r.AilitAn faef t.tinv shann UUUipaujr, R1LY Two Good Blue.Grass eellcnt railway facilities oi the great gilp, has given fl.OOU towara TepiaciuK Ilustonvillc, Lincoln Co., Ky. FUKULI THAT UONT the burned buildings of the University - AT deed., offer THE FAVORITE MILLS, of Virginia. The heirs ol Mrs. America llailey, her two Farms, silunted al. ut on the For the six months ending October lr aalo Musronvllle, in Lincoln county, one rnlle AT MittlNNKY, KV., west of landing in ...Hnr.l.villr turnmka road Thosx two rarms Have Just beea overhauled aed repaired fion bel 31, the number of immigrants contain 340 aerosol adjoin aoi! taken together ROUTE torn la top by tae famous Kichmund City Mill . New York was 142,104, an increase of lana ana can m uitiuw and .seo acres IB the- otn Works, of Richmond, Ill , and with capaeily And Its connections to Atlanta together with low corresponding period acres In the home plate de1 IN 49,191 over the now increased, are dwBf more and better work railway rates, will enable the people to make a . er. The buildiagi ana imprrovvmeuia before, and with the otd tellable O. V. c lightful trip at but small expense. PEOPLE. before. and suhsUntul. bach ol the larms than ever aa htad miller, you are sure of Rood are comfortable n For MONEY LOVING TheQucnn & Crescent rue. superb vestibuled the year .m... Kennedy fair Itealment. lie su.n snd btlng us well watered ami convenient to ( is trains with through sleepers and carrying Parlor, Five fiends attacked Miss May Mile clear. Flour and Terms reasonable. and churches direct your grinding and wheu Iwjlng call tar our old Cafe and Observation Cars, Irom Cincinnati LexingFor lurlher information l'P'y to either ol us. and her escort as they were return passing through Georgetown, and al! tsiauliibed hnwls. Favorite I'atrnl, La. to Atlanta, J. J'. HAIUr.I, Stanford. Ky., Ky than dies' Favorite and Makers Choice. H ton, Somenet and Harrlmau ea route. More rates ing from church at Elkhart, ind., anu J w. HOCKKK. Husionville. 1IATKS 100 mllea shortest line Special low reduced Z rAYKTlJV, Milling '" Successor to K. L. Tannerft Iravjrllo SON, Co. Have your Prescriptions filled at Craig i6 Ask your Queen & Crescent after driving the young man away fearto the Exposition vllle, Kj. agent something about it In detail. Write to "I outraged her. Chattauooga.Tenn. fully Pure Drugs and Chemicals only & Hocker's. A.J.:LVTLE, D. P. A., CJ Rev. David R. Wilkins, pastor of GIIAS. W, ZELL, D. P. A., - - Cincinnati, O. in 13 of Liucoin Co To the Tax-Payec the leading colored church of Lexington, Accuracy, Promptness and For free inforn alloc and printed matter. Proprietors of........ 3 wrote W. CRINEAKSON, G. P. A., - - Cincinnati. has been bounced because he O r) a have advocating several democratic The liwe is drawleg eWe when I lam 10 pay the . .11 rfu. romrllnt S San Francisco. cards during the campaign. Portland. SrANFOUO. KY. o to settle In full and will have to advcrtlie alt ..To the. paw "7 prwferly that the tas is not U officials have discovered Havlig bouiftt of P W tJtewi bis Livery arc Iowa State PI Q addeJ rivw bujsies aad horse, we largo number of lunatics brought Sun dries 'Sti that a Docombor 1st, I89D. prepared to furuisli 'Guaranteed. A full line of D. -- .Via The from Illinois have been cared for in Ktmf inlcr also that b per cent. Is added to each FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS O Dec. ' olllc' ahvay s in stock Ji mt tsuot bsld btlorepay, 1, i93the Stafe'B exppnse, and that to give you a chance 10 Un short noti'C The travelim? public will fijd have reaped large county officials to nth. at Preachersvitle. us always ready tnd willing or lureish C"'" Saturday in this (J single ' 1EC D Z profits from the business. Wedacday, Nov. o. at Uee Lick, In RcjBoJd'a we ofWagon., eitherscry LOW 1'RICk.S. Th ad kinds at . Jacob Mountford, of New Mrs. town will also find S&TTh MMl0y lujnol'u. will be at Highland at boys in aad arouud c..n ulirni.- whrti-us the at CO in town Cumberland, W. Va., is a woman of ..i. .', ....as; at Klngsvllle. iiieioucsi wini. )tbuisu:c nvjiQALif & Ckicago Pt x5- Friday, the and enttainmints and your horse and .j -- Wednesday. Nov 7jat ayuuur, nerve. When a negro brute auempieci Till. BLUBC.r.ASS I1KRD OK Only.DInlD; Car Route From n co()i,KK UID.U?r,R'M-"dw"be ,l VQ,rl5"d' 1 to outrBgo her she cut him so severely S; Mfrs House Stabli, J.anford, Ky Nov. ji. at Ml. Salem. Saturday. Mcritnney.l'uesday Nov.?6.at MIUciU-silwith a butcher kulfo that he begged for Wednesday, Nov. a,; at and she let him go. mercy a,aud Saturd.v..Sov o. .8gj. . Lane n ,ti woo refused W. Newton R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, I will be founl at tny oincc hi Elegant Pullman Vestibuled wort a and day lh tax psyers wi and dates fav rsetRodonbaugb, of places - Kentucky. the slayer of Col. H. 0. Sleepers of Modern Pattern. us at the Crab Orchard, ' AND """"Vor'nups or any Information, address tling their use. and saving cost and rouble. Versailles, and he has been committed E. H. BACON Sherlif Lincoln Co. ., Respectfully. RKID, February. Lane was allow-,- i f D. P. A , HANK j. to jail until Pigs torsi B"t tv(ni t Kbtttere or . G. P. Agent, hnil in S2.YOO0 for killing James Ro- I Louisville uriLspoodence Scticitrd Chicago. herds In several different Sta.e.. StoTaTreedcrssecured from tne best denbaugb, eon of tho colonel. Co !""b'L"t,UKE""j . . ... Congressman Al Uerry uecuneB to OS. JrOiUl. : to call 'or VlPTlVPr. MONO' Or STANFORD, KY., I deliver the oration at the Atlanta ExpoWo. te, i ready for businets vnt Kentucky Day. Some of the sition on SOLD TO managers objected to him because lady ALL POINTS: Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. of he took a drink of whisky in full view Bnrolua. . OHIO, IN PIAHA, 1H.IHO.S, Only Duect Lite Between the lato democratic State convention. colored, and Bettie WISCONSIN, Marshall Black, SUCCESSOR tnTHK LlNrOLN NATIONAL. BANK OK STANFORD, Wooten, white, of Ashland, elop-- d to Shortest and quickest between Now closing up) with the same assets and undet MISSOURI. RAHSAS. bride ifl the same management. Frankfort, Georgotown and Parle, Ohio and were married. The negro is n provisions of its chaiter, depositors, are as Oynthiana, Oarllelo, Maysvillo, WEBRASKA. COLORADO, only 10 and pretty, while the fully protected aa aie depositors In Matieaai and Covington. Falmouth Kentucky Midland. Trains black, ugly and over 30. Brothers of the be,ng held individually Banks. IU shareholders . ..'. ... ..-- . A. .Wa Iheir stock ARKANSAS. CALIFORHIA, uaoic to tne tiKoi in i.. .mnunt. nl AJte for tickets via Centra standard Time. We guarantee satisfaction. at the par value thsreol, in addition to tn young lady have sworn to kill Black on may act aa -. TEXAS, 95. Time TabUNov.3. amount invested In such shares. It as sight. fully M eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, No. 1 No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. an individual. Carter baa promised the Chairman a. m. p. m. p. rn. I01RB-WEn To those who entrusted their butsiness to ol SB W8H, SOHB-WB6 $i 100 15 republican National convention to Chiwhile mnaglog the Lincoln National Bankan Lve Frankfort A ..708 4 38 t'ao 4 i Elkborn Stanlord, we we hare tender our many thanks 48 4 47 cago for J54.000 cash and a guarantee to their businoec FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASR ' Stamping Otound 737 trust they will continue to transact prompt a 1$ 505 of tbe meet-in- c attenGeorEetown u..i 7 45 AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. with us, offering as a guarantee for 3 13 pay the working expensni ! 5 09 TS tion to same, our twauty years eapenonce Irr.dS. tePOtr 4 S will be considered 53o as are No other offers l'aris... banking and as liberal accommodations -T- HE BEST ROUTE TO THE with sound ruvikirg. 8. 10. a. 4. uutil Chicago has refused and Chicago WEST No. m. No.TO. No. m. No. TRAINS p.m. a. p. a DiHKCTaas: republicans have Bet to work to raise the 6 00 4 40 market. r,ve Paris .....C .... 90$ 'ULIMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, J J. YVlltiamt, 37 re R Tie not B .1007 664O 5 55 money. Than any heater in the 6 40 . H. Shanks, Htauford; R1FEP1NQ AND DIHIHO CRI ... olnrffetuWn 10 10 7 1 .. c,,,a'f Gro'd JO t8 6j3 Good advice: Never leave home on a J.'S. Owsley, Stanlord; 10 4 liS without a bottle of Chamberlain s Colic, iourney 7S ai xrildinrn 8 is SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE S.J, Embry, Stanford; 11 00 7JO nemeay. ant Uiarmoea Craig A HocVer, Stauford, Ky B. Owsley, Stanford; ilrr frank fort A... J. For sale by WRFOLK0?WESTERN RAILROM "..nMniVTRAlMS. Cash, Stanford; Frankfort Oooch,,Stanlord; CHCAPCST, BE8TrsO QUICKEST LINC. arrive William Bucklln'a Arnica Balvo. Goorsetown ro .0 a. mj For Halls and Offices. Lvem,.-A. W. Caroeutcr. MlUeifsevlIU, Georgetown Descripu The best aalve In the world for cuts, bruliti, .Write for lUtci, Jlat. nv - fort iMP. m. arrive ". ...- W.'H.iCurouiins.lPreachwsl Ut sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap"imphlets, to ony Stut iluuSKV"'', u chilblains, corns and all akin eruptions, Railway and 'President,; 17 P ped hands, Midland . U. Shanks, 3 it. r. siitAoa, ALLtH HULL, W. B. BCVILL, no pay repuired. ItU ,v1,..,t routo to all positively cure piles, or satisfaction l)lf. FMw.tr it-- Trantlag -t. la Or. J.'B. Owsley ..Cashier, aooney B,0.hK.it North and West. , .genu. Iruaranteed uto give. pcrtectn.. hAi. -Kr craalo DV Bright, Tsller. W. M. B0iO. MlOS.TA. .. j.i .nti noiats Ky. For Penny. Interior Journr NEWSY NOTES. Lools. A Steel -- O-Ufc- l nil subject to register. J M. McROllEkTS.Manv " iora. DTIROn HOGS F00wre.dVb0fo?.e:v,Ve DB, "W. b. PEiTirsr, Stanford, Range and 40 ces of Ware for $25. Pie- R. MAHONEY i K' c' Ppat-Om- I - ; w. JOECITSOIT, .- M " 1 W. H. WEAKEN & CO. A, C. SINE, FLOORING, f 11 1 nn-- i Stanford, Ky. G, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, ETC. "t ROYAi 111 i. nrd - W S. BTJItOH, -- firsi-cla- ss ,,... " Jk " STANFORD ROLLER MILLS milord, at Kentucky. rill TO TD33 IiADrES .- eight-year-ol- POWDER a Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal "Kf,?:(a:sE3c'r.!' """ hustonville,:kentucky. t,, - rf.d.-- i J. T. SITTTOIT, THE 1 SEED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, RYE J.H.BAUGHMAN CO., ,i -- Proprietors, Stnul'oril, ii-- BARKER HOUSE, con-tinue- " NOTICE Somerset, Kentucky. OC' .... '' ROYAL OF "VTallaoo E. Varxion, Stanford, al Kentucky. ssaranee CJcmpanv Men's and Boys' Suits and Over coats, M.S.&J.W.Baughman, LIVERY, FEED & STABLE, Stanford, 'SiinilWarf BAKBEE H. . J. M'ROBEHTB. PRICE, ATLANTA ! -- QUEEN AND CRESCENT Lamps, Queensware, Glassware, Stoves, &c, FARRIS & HARDIN 1-- Stanford, THE "iULEY" "HOUSE tor ss.iye .- - -- .- Col-lin- d u 0 uu.-siiAr.ii- '. A-- us-ie- d. w rs G. B. COOPER, nom-inee- c LOW PRICES! 1 - m (. ... Livery and PccciStnblc, Io-wa- cer-tti- n - o OR.xa & KSB. m- - ": -- Uriioi-mar- s' pco-.'- -., ...-court- s Post-offic- e, TO CHICAGO. X lLf'W& fflBIfei!!fe:kDuroc Jersey Red Svine JML e, - 1 "","-eve- ry 11 FOLIC .. J Farmers BanMTrnst Isnewfully-oiganiied'and Efr. Midland Et'y, Too?s Mr Mt Healer. WESTE-BiRAILROAD. TICKETS '.000. Cincinnati andFraulcfort TRY ONE. It Uses -- T, B1 4 Less Fuel cos-uste- nt t NORTH AND EAST. THE STOVE fetyT J.-- F i" Time-Table- s, ff..5;X.K. rrtMtJCY. ui..3.r" -- -- HiaGINS & McKINNEY,! . " bs'll'M-Mgrri- T- it. r'"-',BlB0- . T- . jvTia. - j, . v --