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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895112201 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 WEE SLY INTE RIOR JOURNAI js "j tg NO. 76 VOL. XXIII. OF A LOCAL WATUHF. LANCASTER, STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1895. a GARRARD COUNTY. wero guests Wednesday of their friend, "The gloom of winter haa Bettlcd Gemge It. Hardin. Mits Eleanor Ba con, ol Lexington, is being entertained own on everything." Ik 1 Kev. F. M. Hill preached on eunctl- - by Miss Ellen Owsley. t Brad ' ficalion at the Presbyterian church on ley returned Wednesday morning from the Atlwnta Exposition, where be made Monday evening A marriHtfo wbb granted TueH a inobl excellent address on Kentucky lay to AlviflThornsB to wed Miss SubIo day. Henry Cartright is eojouruiug at Croucher, of OartorvilK tbe Sjutbern Exposition. Mies Ethid Charlen W Frisble hsa in his nos- - Grant, of Danville, ia visiting her cousin, eetkioii a pitcts of money made in the MiiMer Joe Price. Mr. Jcsee.Arnoid and rear loOO and bearing the f en of (jjeeii sisti-r- , Mies Itellrt, attended tho burial of Mr. Humber, in Crab Orchard, on Thurs viztbeth of England. K.'v. rindnr, of Miysllck, w)ll Oil day. Miss (Jrtrrin Curry haa returned the pulpit at the Ciiristiati church on from a iHntby visit to tier bister, Mib. in Danville. Mibe Hough- Sunday in thu absence of tho pnotor, F. I). Gaiui-etoo, of Knoxvill , bos been the pleasant . der lieorge Go a ho. Mr. Ike Myers has rented tho farm guest of the Mies Tillet. Eider. 0. C. of Mr. John K. West and will move to Cline, of Cincinnati, woo is lecturing in WILLIAM MILLER LACKEY. It tho bi'RiuniiiK of the new year. Mr. the interest of the A. P. A.'s, was in Lancaster Tuesday on ins way from et and family will move into town. Next Monday at hie pleasant home on Miss Evatie, of Louisville, is here Itkhmorid, where he received auch a to Logan Avenue in Stanford, Mr. William rying toorgaruzj a Missionary Society bull in one of his lectures. Miller Lackey will do what seldom falls amongst the children of tho Christian to tho lot of man celebrate hia 80th MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Mit.8 Eianx in a Statu church birthday. He haa taken life easy and n this worthy cause. The Ladies Aid Sjciety met with grown old so gracefully that no one who Mr. George Farria and family will Mrs. W. J. Sparks this week. does not know hiB age would fever immove into town next week nnd occupy Mt. Vernon Institute cslebrated agine ho is four score. His mind is clear, the S.ormoi house on Dauvillo atreet. A with interesting exercises. hiB Btpp is firm and his general appearMadam Rumor saya that there will ance is that of a man 15 or 20 years bis mountain uinn, Mr. binith, will rent tlio Farris Iioiikw nnd farm, a milea from be a wedding in high life in the near fu- junior. ture. town. Mr. Lickey was born Nov. 23th, 1815, l'he teacher's county association does Baltimore Wednesday inaugurated in Madison county, Ky. Ills parentB wore not meet us we first reported the first republic hi imyor It has had for Samuel Lackey and Jennie Miller and of but Saturday week. At all of the teach JO years. the children born to them three brothers ers in the re expwted to Ih Th attendance of pupils cjntinueB and two sisters survive. His present and an interesting programina good, many new names will bo enrolled on both eides emigrated from Virwill be arranged of Itolh u niUHlr.il aud after the holidays. ginia at an early day and were among inatructlvo nature, visitors are invite!. Oil prospectors are Mill leaaiog land the lnrdy plonenrs, who helped clear the Ioirty nsriiiB have been listed as in this ooucity. f a a very short time way for the building up of the great to the circulating library that two oil wolla will bo sunk by represenCommonwealth of Kentucky. The his been Ghtabliahed In our midst. As tatives of the S'.audard Oil Co. advantaged of that section, oulj '2b were necessary for a library we Charley Simpson has completed when Mr. Lackey was a youth, were con are now certain of having one. Tbe his uew residence. Mr. Will Arnold is flnsd to the Old Field Schools, which on book n til be kept In the millinery building a residence and Mr. J. M. Joins ly taught tho lower branches of mathestnrr of Miss Sallia I). Tillet. will noon bsgm trie erection of a brick matics, geography, reading and writing, Yee, Mr. Walton, we certainly have dtore on Mam humi-i- . Tnus our town but he made the most of them, and at an the court bouw and It is likely to be cuutlmie tu improve. euly rue left the paternal roof and struck lie Sunday ectiool instiiut" will be with us for some time to coino, as it is II first entered tho neld here L'l'ail und L'3J by Sir J. C. out for hiimxlf. pronounced ono of the hnudsomust in LumH Athe Urgu itttendauce is la expect mercantile business by taking n position the Stale, and far eurpasilng that of any ud. Parties on program are .Messrs. W. with a leading merchant of Richmond of our Bister cities, ptrtfcuiarly one in J Sparks, J. F. Watson, R. i. Willuuns and M)ld goods lor boverul years. Mr. 11. W. Kice, of a nertatn town about nine miles distant and J. C. He learned much by experience and Li illusion, is county president. from us. before he was 21 decided to set up for .Mr. Jiitues Maret after a continued As tbe telegraph wired will not be in service of l iiueny 10 yeais his himself in busineBS. He also decided to and longer at the lpot new connection with the L. i: N. ht this take a partner to ehare his fortunes, lree have bseir erected here that will point. No ngint in the employ ol which pirtuership has not been diesolv uineet Hiehmoiul and other points. the L. fc N. or any other road ed to this good day and to which he conTbe Hceommodating arid polite young can.Mr. possibly have as many friends tributes more of his success in life than as Maret dial prosperity will attend operator. Mr. Clay Hamilton, will Lbvc him in wijiuever direction he sees fit to to auy other cause. Tbis partnership nirgoof the wires at HaReIdcn& Bro.'s employ his talentH, was entered into on the 8th of DecemThe Salamagundi Club held its third ber, 1S37, when he was united in mar hardware store. Tht-ris n strong probability that Kav. monthly meeting at tbe residence of Mr riage to Mies Martha Ann Hocker, n M. iliiams. Toe exercUea were varMr. Ijindor and family will move into ied C and interesting. Members on duty daughter of Col. Nicholas Hocker, of community aud become residents. The were Mrs. J. W. NeBbltt, Miss Helen Madison, a prominent farmer and stock two sermons lie preached hero Sunday Ritchie, Mrs. Cleo Brown, Mies Mattie raiser of that day, who induced him to wero much complimented, and as the Williams, Dr. E. J. Browo, Messrs. R G. give up merchandising and return to tho Presbyterian congregation is now with- Williams and S. M. Lewis. A delight- firm, which business he baa followed ful lunch served after adjournment did out a pastor, Mr. Lmidor'a services will full credit to the culinary ekill of th continuously since. most likely be s'cured. If ever marriage waa nude in heavon, hostess. -- Although this county gave n re Numi's trit.1 for killing Best came tin this was. Their lives have been one conTuesday morn ngend will consume mest markable republican majority, yet the tinued honeymoon and to this day Mr. county seat is still democratic of tho week before it is completed. It hotels, as all are run br sterling in her and Mrs. Lackey are as considerate of demo took a venire of 50 men from Boyle and crats, Jss. L. Joplin, the pioneer in this each other and as attentive as lovers. Lincoln before tbe jury could bo made business, having begun about SO years children blessed their union, both up. The following six ;.from Boyle, ngo, keeps a table ao excellent that its of whom lived to manhood, Mr. N. D. is National, as Gov.-elrager, Mack Hughes, H. K. reputation Churchill Lickey died Nov. 10 18S5, but the other, Urailley can testily. Messrs. M. F Hindrou, hi Haig, S. Durham aud Brtukiey and Hugh Miller have taken Mr. Samuel E. Lickoy survives, and is Tbomns P. Curry, an I thrdo from Lui charge of the other two hotels within one of the wealthiest and most useful oln. G T Ashlck, Taylor Hou-.'- B. K. the past few months and the traveling citizjns of Sumner county, Tenn. he Wenren, nd the three from Garrard, public willthis well taken caro ol when In politic!. Mr. Lickey, who was a city. it reaolie great admirer of Henry Clay, was origiL. F. Bro w n, George Naytor, an I .1. T The alarm of tiro was sounded upon Ciiristopher compost) the jury. It S'lems the frosty air Inst Sunday morning about nally an old Line Whig and a Union to bo the Impress. on that Niinn will be :.:U) o'clock, when tho residence of Mr man, but eeeing that the war was inevi1'iIUb Adams was found to bt rapt in all its turrible consequences, mmH to thu penitfiitiary. Very little was saved from the table with (lames. Coroner G. S. Greanleif ami Dr. H. burning building, the family barely es- his sympathies were naturally with his M (irant bed an unpi-f.Ma v. people and he espoused their causo with upon the caping with their lives. Mies of Jam-- fi O. Hiimber, who wss aged i.l proved herself a heroine, carry ardor. After tbe war he cast his lot with Bister wrapped in the democratic pirty and to it has since found dead in bis bed on Wednesday ing her three year-ola quilt almost half a mile along thu R R. l milea from morning, town. Every- I nek, continually crying tiro to summon given his warmest support. In religious faith, Mr Lackey is a thing indicated hia death was a untural aid for her mother, her father being abone. mil not from any violence. Ho was sent from homo. The first parties who Presbyterian nnd a zealous advocate for of unsound mind mid had bou far anme answered the alarm met her and relievod what he beljeves to bo right, though not of her burden, which sho had four or five yoars, having escapod from her regardless of her a stickler from the letter of the law. He for ho teuderly the asylum at Lexington e.ome four aching, bare feet anil unclosed fnn laexcseding'y libsral towards all other innnthnngn, and has been confined to Tho citizens hao shown great sym denominations whoo cardinal principles his room in bla Iioihh over since. His pathy for Mr. Aduins and family in their are like his and whose spiritual aims and purposes are the same, consequently htf burial occurred on Thursday at Crab misfortune. Orchard, his old home. Tho deceased N has transported 14 press attends tho other churches in town whon The L. it leaves a widow and tvo children, two associations to tho Atlanta Exposition bo opportunity o ire re and joins heartily In far. tuelr services. sous and threo daughters. Mrs. Richard King is one of tho Mr. Lackey's pluck and activity can Tho following persona compose the wealthiest women iu Texas. Her landgrand jury In tho present term of court ed estate includes about 200 square miles not be better shown than by telling that Geo. T. Farris, foreman, David Hose. and a Congress dlutrht. She employs he 1ms just gotten back from Cincinnati, Thomna Stoue, Lnfayetto Brown, W. N, an army of men to work on her property. where he went with a car load of cattle, Dr. Thomas Flonrnoy, a principal in taking pot luck on a freight train, none Grow, T. E. Adams, Jack Bourne, Lean, bowle knife duel with Edgar der Davidson, J. N. Teators, Fred Stone, tho famous Uolvorsiay of Virginia in tho worse from the trip. Men half his Garth, at the T. I). Kemper, nnJ V. N. Carter. from the a jo look on such a trip with aversion, Tho 1S54, died at Richmond, Va petit jury is composed of the following effects of wouuda received In that en- but ho doesn't mind it at all. Hospitable men: J. T. Uhnstopher, II. O. Arnold, counter. Both were wounded in the af- and kind hearted, he is fond of company Ed. Price, Robert Gulley, Allen Toaters. fair. Tho accidont caused by the explos and his house has for years been the Sampson Archer, Alsx. Gibbs, 0. B. En inn of a boiler at Stamper's sawmill, on town home of his nephews and nieces Rleman, Albert Hardin, Ollio Terrill, Grassy creek, wa9 much worse than first who think there is nobody like "Uncle Will" and" Aunt Maitha," whose lives Bright Merrill, Joe Bryant, S. W. Poore, reports indicated. Two were killed n and out of 12 others Injured n hayo been so beautifully blended. Well Luke Montgomery, Joe Burnside, Geo. may die. does Mr. Lactey attribute his success in Naylor, W. B. Moss, George Grow, L. F. The statement of the accounts of Brown, It. It. Denton, Samuel Bruce, A. Bamberger, Bloom & Co has boon com- life principally to his wife, who has been K, Yake, William Wallace and James pleted. The assets are appraised at one in every sense of the word. She is 5 1853.988.1)5 The total liabilities ar indeed an excellent woman, the worthy N. Walker. 403. of which $715,977,72 la to Eastn worthy man. May they still Miea Grace Kinnaird has returnod 85 wife of ern creditors. Of the aeeU $136,960 from a visit to friends In Hustonville. ha 8 live long together to enjoy each other's been pledged to secure liabilities, Mrs. Vf. G. Dunlap, of Lexington, is leaving $722,022. assets available to meet confidence nnd love and demonstrate hero visltlnj her mother, Mrs. Addle general liabilities of $1,078,430.15. The that That marriage, rightly understoood, LanJram. MIbs Kato Burdett loft Men firm wlshesto resume. (it yea to tne tenner anu tne good, day to visit friends In Covington. Mrs. The two mott critical tintM In a woman's life A, Paradise below. tho JcUl a woman and which Hoot and Miss Evans, of Louisville, were arc the lim a mother. mk thc timet, Dr. Purce'i At wnmtn gnesta this week of Mrs. R. H. Batson tbe e Prescription, ot Incalculable value. It Some of the democratic employes In organs dittloctlr strenctheni and invlKOiatei the of the functions, the departments at Washington have Mrs. Robert Young, of Louisville, is the feminine, promotes recularltjr exhausting been making a canvass of the officeguest of her father, Dr, Wtn. Huffman. allart irritation, checks utnatural,organlsm-intdrains, and puts the whole delicate Mrs. A. G. Scott left thia week for a visit perfect condition. Almost all the ill ol wcan-kin- d holders at the capital and find that four-fiftposof the best places are formofwhut i ere traeablo'toso-nto her sister In Lexington. Engineer at "female complaint." There are not thr known session of the republicans. in tbe Li a case This peculiar disease tint Dr. Rice and Conductor Price, of Covington, in too ot woman's shame if true. Plsrce's I'atont Prescription will not curt. E. A. Whlto soul to M. F. Klkln bunch of liclfoiHot-'- c. Tho Advocate haa uiforuintion of tho death of M re. Kate Stone, wife of Jno. ''. Stone, foritiHrly of Lincoln coun- N, . TeeEli Bxfracfeil Without Pain. teeth Filled Gov.-oUc- j ty. Ky. - taking Tim Standard Oil Company optioiiH on k lar; uurcaje of oil lauds near l'ltiuviltrt. Several wells have bum aunk and oil in iibiindnne Iihh been found. An the Houlhbeuud freiuht train from Corbln was pkmIijk Wnlwita tlio rallH eproad and lour cam loaded with corn were wrecked. Traill 3 of nil kinds was delayed 12 bourn. At Richmond, n lira occurred in which Hurt Million loet Foxhound, a race ReldliiK, which ho vl.ied at f 1.000. Other Iokh was about 14,000 worth of tobacco that had beou Blured. A syndicate has purchnnd thu Herald and will nuke It a democratic paper, the first of ita kind iti Hell county. Maj D. E McDowell will bo oJitor aud will advocate Bound ! money. Walker Utllard and Genu Sliankr, d were tried in the police court at aud lined for interrupting Prof. U. C. Cllne, thu A. V. A. lecturer, who the people there Saturday night. They called him a liar. The couuty clerk ol Uoylo refused liquor liuetiou to MetHra. A Tribble and G.I). McCullom at Junction City and they entered a petition for an election, which Judge 1'rovdtt will jtrant if such action is ltK''i H")'rt tlio Advocate. It is understood at Frankfort tliat A. J. auaceHHor to Adjutant-Gen- . the GroFB ban been Buttled Uvon bv Governor-eBradley. Tne IncScy man In Col lect Dan Collier, wiio is nald to be a ditiUut relative of Col. Bradley. Tlio place pajn or JL'.OOO a year. This In tho the third olHor the clever colonel ban been named for and it U hop jJ tlut he will Rot at least one. Stamhiu, Nov. 'JO. I'leaie allow me through your valuable Journal to oiler my (Hateful acknowledgements to the ladle and gentlemen who so faithfully at tended uio uttil and day during my re cent ll no, lliey were inuceu u m inetaatiKHtB of 'love and UTiupathj ; w itb out their timely aid I surely woti'd hive crossed the txiid hhiI mleiil (stream. The doctorf; lltayen bliss liiem (oi holr coutinuous aud unfaltering devotion; 1 can ueviT repay tiiem. lint pray that '.her may lie spared to a ilpe old nun of mofulnemmiid tnen bo received into the realms of blia where there lire job . Hhonau.ii. O. forerermore. Ih Mid-dleabo- ro 4a i Teeth Crowned Without Pain. Without Pain. w. , i. 7) Us a a e jCWBlli -- ? Y- -j imr-niT- -r day Rich-mon- J fe-- mm tion. nwy grand-paren- ts DR, E. P. BENDER, Famous Surgeon of National deputaFormerly President of the Columbus Painless Dental Co., of Chicago, 111., now permanently located at Louisville, Ky., will visit sulxK-ritwr- s edu-cition- 1 Monday, Nov. 25, 995. "3 Remaining one week until Saturday, Nov. 30th. 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 STANFORD 6l XS.S MYSQS &&&& ib. huas-svurei- on EXTRACT, e V 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, vvho is the easiest, quickest .and best painless extractor in the United States so acknowledged by the dental profession at large. Where he causes pain in any operation he makes no charge. to-da- y Fill TEETH mown MB WITHOUT PAJN. WILUAMSBUBC, WHITLEY COUNTY. Key. I, ! Sunday at Mtddlesboro. Mr. Tavlor. of the llrm of Taylor A Orate, is here looking after hid lumber interests. Uol. Thomas O'.Mara is preparing build a flue brick store in ttie lot adjo to inc the bank. Miss Neli Freeman is at home after buiuK in Louisville under medical treat merit, much improved liie blizttrd struck us in unmeet Tuesday nignt, freezing the ground ami covering it with snow. L'rof. J. O LewiB, of Bowlinu Gruen, will be here next Tuesday and Wednesday to couduct n Sunda) -- School Teachers' Institute. Judge J. W. Alcorn was hero on business this week. Mr G. M. Hiatt, compositor on the Times, was cullnd to Kvansville, Iud., last Tueaday night by tile nerioua iilnewi of his brother. The Wllllaiuhburg Inatituto foot ball team played its first Kmo at Komewt Saturday with tne team of that piHce, defeating them by a score of 30 to 10. The Somerset boy a will bo here to play Saturday. Our county comes forward with several applicants lor places under thu now State administration. The boys think they biionid have a considerable share of the Bpolla living in the banner republican county of the State. The meeting Iconducted at the M h. I III... A...I Dittlnnb- nAtt. CllUrCil l)y KeVS sillier nun imuwtuutlnueH with much Interest and there has beeiiBeveral additiona to tho church. vi.i... t i." T.rrw nt Winchester, la ex- -' peeled to b here Sunday to begin a meeting a' the Christian church. le-K J. N. PreatidKe and wife Bpeiit Teeth Extracted Free of Charge and Without Pain Between the Hours of8:80and 0:30 Each Day. Teeth $5. Teeth $8. To ct , When Plates are ordered. Fillings with all kinds of material without pain at rca tollable cost. Many symptoms of catarrh, headache, earache, indigestion, dyspepsia, etc., aro the result of decayed teeth and roots of teeth. To be cured of these aches and pains one must commence nt their origin, which is tho teeth and gurus, wlilch ar only cured by the skilled treatment of a dentist. Thoo who nre in a delicate and nervous condition can come and have teeth extracted and filled and feel as culm as if they had had no work performed. l)r Bender guarantees all work and dies as he advertises. Come early and ayoid the rush, as his rooms are always crowded. Oilice hours fl v Jt to o p. xt. Free hour S.30 to 9:30 each day. CONSULTATION FREE Tooth Extracted Froo of Chargo Teeth $10. DR. E. P. BENDER. 1 9 et Ia HO d ylliiuOE ffllyOli r War to the Knife. fioponui, cad Prices Lower Than The Lowest. Your money never woold buy as much as at present, reached the for we have am - CHURCH AFFAIRS. n. Joe Forrest and wifo. of Grant's Lick, have juat beon Bent to an itsylum. Both of them wont crazy from religious ercllemeut. -- Rev. R. H. Noel will proach nt the Baptist church Sunday morning In the nbsenco of Rev. A. V. 8eizpmore, who is holding a protracted meeting nt Union church, In Garrard. The Glasgow Times saya that tho Columbia Avenue Christian church of that city waa bo well pleaspd with tho two fine aermona that Ed. Graham that he Frank preached for It Sunday pastorate. will probably bo called to tho P easant congregation of the Grovo church last 8unday called Rev. Jab. L. Allen to tho pastorate for another year. Tho actfon was unanimousof and the expressed tho love and admiration served members for a pastor who fasMr. Al them ao faithfully and bo len accepted tbe Wllmote here Sunday and Sunday Sfftlil Miss Oora Klrkpatriek has r.. visit tarnd from a lengthy Baatlnto .ncldsuRh. Ky. T.f'Tui.Y.nra hare been v a Tho rall.-rAdvnn- ate. Columbiato hold a meetiuit. Dr. Joaoph Ballou left yesterday for Climax of Low Prices. Vc have but one desire, that is to show you goods and Bed Rock Prices. quote you 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 Temple of Economy. out-righ- t, half-doze- 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 distanc-e- d more than a throat lacth. See? Highest market price for proCHAS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Kyi' duce. $1.-'21- 'i . 8AuriiY:-l?ev.8.Ne.l- from Kavo-lt- ! ffiflXtHwUf: q:w: deHvarlng fruit buy Jnla bibv haa linen quite aick, but at tblf writing. tWW ........ .... M.HU la . hs lb Ktctirife HiB e better FALL : AlD : WINTER tli : ' GOODS. call Gooda Warrantedand a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; vGhe me iiTMitttiriiiT!. ilinWiriftflifcfc. ticket and the governor's counter charge was a liar. Tho clerk may Mn. P. M. McUjiikkts waa at Somerset n Our claims as to Inducements. Better goods at equal prices. If Col. Bradley bas tho spirit of have lied, but it still stands out in bold this week defending Talbot Davis for and the heart of gratitude with relief that the governer didn't turn a killing Colo Hudson, anothor darkey. Equal goods at lower prices. You can't stay at home and answer which wo have always credited' him. lie hand to help elect the democratic tickBradley's canes that quc&tion. Come here early this week and see the It was ono of Gov.-olebarcan't do too much to repay Walter For- et. and at its first trial Davis wan given 17 gains in Every department teeming with desirable merchandise. rester's servilo'eupport and tireless de years in the penitentiary. Ho was givToe fight is on in Louisville. The demto leavo nothing undone or for little money. termication en n now trial and this time got five just the kind of goods you want unprinted to show thut tho Governor-elec- t ocrats have re nominated Hon. A. J. Caryears. . . is the greatest man of the hour. roll and th republicans 0. A. Blatz for Pombuouy has sent us copies of the Mr. Forrester accompanied the colonel the Legishture. A great deal depmds Albert Times of Uurghersdorp, Cape of to Atlanta and if a word or look from on the result and both sides will fight Good Hope, dated August 21. Che alhis chief escaped him it was while he with desperation. Strange to say that Press, Pictou, New 'A inland, of Is the People's Headquarters, where they get the most goods for was asloep. Everything he did even to though it is in Wilson's home, tho rads Sept. 17th, and the Evening Bulletin of the Least Money. the alleged holding of a prayer meeting smote him hip and thigh hy nominating Honolulu, Hawaii, dated Oct. 10th, which a man opposed to him for U. 8. Senator. on his train Sundav, while returning anyone interested in those countries can from the ehor, waa chronicled Hnd dihavo hy calling. Hon. Boyd Winchester is lecturing lated upon to tho fullest extent. Tho on the ''Latin Poets" at Louisville, but prayer meeting story wont go in this sec- if he doesn't make himself clearer than For boiiio unexplained reason the Signal Service has censed to send this tion, however, unless we have another he did in his letter repudiating Hardin, offico the forecasts, bo we can only tel instance of the of the proof of the as- no one except those entirely exempt from Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goof's, what weather we havo had instead ol sertion that while the lamp holds out to tbe peculiar woodenness or purblindners what we will havo, unlets they are reburn the vilest sinner may return. Capt. of intellectual vision will comprehend Yesterday's bright sunshine William Herndon, who ought to know what ho is driving at. sumed. soon dispelled tbe snow and the weathwhereof he affirms, said in a speech at er grew rapidly warmer. Lancaster once that if the colonel were TiiKnB are said to be 5,000 and more Carpets, &c, at less than manufacturers' pries. Ladies' Fleece lined Mies Ella Tickel, said to be the smal to walk down the aisle of any church in applicants for the few offices within Goy. ItecKi'TioN. We are in receipt of the ribbed vests at 15c, worth 25c. in Ohio, died nt Mlamiaburg Ladies' union suits, an extra good town he would be arrested for disturb- Bradley's gift and he finds truly that un- lest woman the other day. Birnum once offered her following: Tbe ladies of the Christian quality, sell at 50c, worth $1. Ladies' all wool hose at 15c, worth ing religious worship. easy lies a head that will wear a crown. parents $20,000 a year to havo her go with church will give n reception at the homo All his kinsfolk are said to want someLadies' and children's of Mr. W. P.Tatp on Nov. 29. from 3 to 25c. his shows. Somb of those who do not know tbe thing and 83 their name is legion, he'll hundred Indians in Colombia, 0 and from 7 to 10, to meet their new Two reason are claiming that Hardin did not hivf a merry time fixing up things to were massacred by soldiers who, after pastor, Eld. Sharrard. Each member of defeat tbe ticket, because he ran so far suit them all. imprisoning them in n canon, rolled the church, ministers of other churches ahead of the rest of it. We believe that he contributed more than any ether of Tub Blacicburn organs hoot at the idea heavy stones from the mountains, shoot- with their families and tho editor and Worth double the money.. Men's heavy undershirts at 25c, worth wife are cordially invited. There will bo the numerous causes which led to tho that he will run for Congrees in the Ash- ing all who sought to escape. Louisiana negroes who weut a box in the hall to receive any contri- 50c. Men's Genuine home spun and home knit socks at 15c, worth Fivn election of Col. Bradley. Tne fact that land district as his Senatorial aspirations Men's good suspenders at 10c, worth 25c. Men's, Hoys' and ho ran ahead of tbe ticket was simply have gone glimmering. His ambition is to Mexico to work on a railroad were bution to tbe O. O. Orphan's Home that Oc. It is the friends cf that worthy institution Children's because bis name was at tho head. In not on tbe sliding scale, they say, but it found hanging near Port Barrios. this county he ran about 75 ahead, but begins to look as if it will soon be any- believed they were banged for attempt- - may he disposed to give. We hope for 1 ting to escape to the Unitod States. an unusual display of liberality as it is the election officers explain it iu this thing Lord for poor old Joe. Frank Smith, a member of an In- much needed. war: Many good democrats who wanted Senator Morkill, of Vermont, has dianapolis suicide club, whoso time had to emphasize the fact that they were for A Close Call. Yeeterday Dr. William Will be slaughtered worse than ever. These prices are genuine, so rooster and been connected with tho Houses of Con- come, according to tho club rules, drank the ticket, stamped under the gress since 1835, and his years date back a mixture of morphine and beer, but Shelton, president of tho college, got on don't fail to call and be convinced. Child's in the square opposite Hardin's suits 75c, worth Si. 50. the Northbound train to seat his wife, ballots should have been counted to 1810. This is a long time to be in the has been saved for future follies. Boys' long pants suits goat S2.50, worth S5. Men's suits at SS.50, Columbus Phelps, who was to have who was going to Nashville. The train for the whole ticket, but the officers public service and have no measuro of public importance connected with his been hanged at Bowling Green Friday, started while he waa on, but bo succeed- worth $7. Our Overcoats all go at prices correspondingly low. thought otherwise and only gave Hardin will go to prison instead of the gallows for ed in jumping off Feeling, doubtless credit by them. We suppose this waa name. tho murder of his half brother, tho gov- - that he would be jerked down when he case everywhere. Certainly Hardin the Gov. Altoeld, the anarchist governor ernor having commuted his sentence. let go the railing, ho held on till the was not more popular in this bard mon- of Hon. Larkin J. Procter died Tuesday train's speed forced him to loosen bis Illinois, has announced that he is out aged 74 He was ey county than Tyler, who was with of politics. So glad, and now if he will in Edmonson county, of the constituhold and then he fell apparently under the youngest member ub and the platform on that issue, and kindly get in jail and pull the door to after tional convention of 1S48 and probably the wheels. Everybody held his breath everywho made a speech here which A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, him, the evils he bas done may be for- the last surviving member of that body. expecting to see the old gentleman body complimented, who heard it. gotten, if they never can be forgiven. William A. Shoemaker, one of H. H. ground to pieces, but iortunately he esT: D. RANEY, Manager. Holmes counsel, has been held under caped with apparently only a few bruises $1,000 bail charged with having paid a Campbell is dead. " Well Miss Clara The Nicholaaville Democrat names Benjamin F. and his clothes considerably torn. It Branch Stores. who was Bhe and what if sho is?" our Gen. Hardin as the strongest candidate witness $20 to swear that Pietzel, whom Holmes was accused of was the closest kind of a call and the readers may enquire. Don't you remem- for Congress in the Eighth district. If having murdered, committed snicide. wonder is that be was not instantly kill- Paris. Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, Cynthiana, ber the Bweet little "Bunny" and "Baby he is the strongest God help the weakVersailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. ed. As the doctor ia getting along in Bunting," who figured so extensively in est. But why not let the dead reequiat MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. years and is quite a fleshy man, thw fall a breach of promise suit several years in pace? Miss Hattle Turner, of MiddleBboro, will dovbtlees affect blm seriously, al- ago against Millionaire Arbuckle, the majority in eloped to Tennessee with Huston Ball, a though bo claims that he is not much Tub official republican coffee dealer? She sued for $100,000, but hurt. As soon as be could Capt. Matt stepfather. the unsympathetic jury only gave her Ohio is 92,622. Campbell wont be the brother of her "They Bay" there will be a marriage Lowe Btopped the train, but it was too democratic candidate for president next $40,000 to salve her broken heart. It was But no LINE can compare with ours for Presbyterian church Thanksgiv- late then, and ufter finding that the vicin tho trial of this suit that letters and year nor a'mother year. A great maDy at the principals. tim could walk he went on his way. ing. Who are the other proofs were brought out to show booms got frosted on the fateful fifth. Rutherford Morgan and Miss Bailie how intensely affectionate tbe old man Tris chrysanthemum show was a thing NEWSY NOTES. Byrd, each 20 years ol age, were marwas and for months afterwards his favorWaynes-burg- . of beauty and proved as profitable to the Mrs. A. Reynold's, near ite names for her were houeohold words. We want your trade and we arc going to get it- - Pertinent isn't it ? A blizzard prevailed in the North ried at cause as it was pleasant to the visitors' Tussday. We do not know that she ever got tbe west and a foot of snow fell in some On account of unrequited love, The arrangement was most artistic, Mrs. But the prices and quality of our goods warrant us in being built money, but it is to be hoped she did, places. committed suicide at Pamelia Brown's practiced hand having just a little that way. Our cast iron garantcc is to your interest. though it does not appear that any other John Caudill is in jail at Whites-burg- , James Vittitoe by shooting himBelf been ably assisted by Mrs. Wm. Geor Atnertonvllle, man was attracted by it and her other this State, for assaulting a and Mrs. Mary Oraig. Deckelmann's through the heart. charms to seek her hand in marriage. blind girl. and Mrs. Mary Orchestra furnished tho instrumental Mansfield Hanks, 70, Poor girl, she escaped thereby a great Miss Susie Winters, of Warren, O., Gatlin, C8, were married last week, in and Miss Mary Oowen and Mrs. A G deal of trouble, trials and tribulations, drank wintergreen by mistake and dibd Hopkins county. Both had been mar- Huffman the vocal music. Mias CoTen( and let us hope that sho bus gone to the in a few hours. who is one of the most obliging aa she is bofore. place where there is neither marriage Albert Fields, of Wakaransa, Ind , ried three times and the sweetest of singers, favored the visiJames Rickets, of Mt. Vernon, nor given in marriage and where few if fell from a wagon loaded with Btraw and loudMies Sallie Boone, of Maywond, were tors with several solos, which were any men will ever enter. broke his neck. 1 he Place to Buy Livingston's Wed- ly applauded. Mrs. Uutlman's contrihu Modisonville waa visited by a $100,- - married at Eld. J. G. tions to tho pleasure of tho evening Tih.br is some talfc of contest for tho 000 fire. A large part of tho business nesday by that gentleman. wore also greatly enjoyed and hradmlr. M. Logan attended the marRev. 8. office of superintendent of public in- section is in ruins. riage of his brother, Mr. J. V. Logan, ers showed their appreciation hy prestruction. Davidson did not resign the Five brothers named BhII are in jail We sell at the Cheapest Price. Taylor, which occur- senting to her one of the finest plants in office of buperintendent of schools in at Parkorsburg, W. Va., charged them Jr., to MUs Jennie dnesday. the display. A lover's corner was arrangred at Richmond Wr according 1 3 the requirements of the with various thefts. Thomas Cecil, of Wolfo county, and ed and it never lacked for occupants. On law. We are opposed to contests, especA vein of gold discovered in Southto the screen in letters of evergreen were ially on technical grounds. When a man ern Colorado is said to bo tho largest and Miea Helen Oaks, of Rowland, drove By an Experienced Pharmacist. Mum's tho G. Livingston's yesteruay anu the words "Ohrysanthe Eld. J. or a party gets beaten as budly as the rchest ever known. Word," which were peculiarly approone after God's holy ordi democrats were in the last election, and Louisville is somewhat of a railroad were inado priate nud suggeativo. Tho proceeds, thing to do is to make centre. Tho number of trains arriving nance. as fairly, the best niima finnnor. hardly 14. and Mies which the pretty little a virtue of a necessity and swallow the and departing daily is 340. Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Misses Nannie Yande7er and Dollio Helen Shepherd, barely 12, were medicine like a little man. John L. Peak, of Kansas City, has They McRoberts, tell us amounted to 131, for in Russell county last week. been appointed minister to Switzerland need a good spanking for rushing into the benefit of the Joseph Price Hospital, OiiJBi may not eveu get the com to Mb. Bucceed Mr, Brondhead. which Drs Carpenter and Peyton have trouble so soon. plimentary vote of tho democrats in the At Benton, Robert Wyatt killed Martha Pickett, a sister of Mies established here and which is proving Miss next House for speaker, at least Walter McDonald by itriking him on d here, and such a n to suffering humanity. Sudio Pickett, of tho sound mouny ones, as tbey tbe head with a bowlder. Mr. Charles S. Burgess will be married do anything that do not wish' to A thief crept up behind Mrs. F'ed Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a largcJstockJof Mr. W. A. Trib-blFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. may be construed into an endorse- Schwomevor, of Indianapolis, and cut at Maysville, Nov. 28. will attend. of this place, ment of his wild Bilver views. It off her beautiful suit of hair. Tbe get of St. Simon have won this Mr. M. L. Sharp, a prosperous young is to be hoped that this is true and that year $143,815. No lees than six colored clergymen and Miss Cora they will stick to it. Mr. Crisp deserves are candidates for chaplain of the Na- Casey county farmer, Potatoes are selling in Michigan for Hail, a handsoJie young lady of the on the to take his place with our Joe tional house of representatives. place yestorday eight cents a bushel. West End, drove to this Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle Bhelf. G. R. Englemanlsold to A. G. Shelby Frank Smith, an Indianapolis prin and were married in the court house by nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine a bunch of fat bogs at 3c. ter, wound up and extended spree by Judge Davison. The LouiBville Times is after its rural taking Prices all right. The season is getting Shelby & Shelby have bought a num- our stock before buying. an overdose of morphine. contemporaries for playing the roll 0' Mr. A. B. McKinney, who went from short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line ber of cotton mules at The Columbia, Tenn., Herald doubting Thomases as to Tony Carroll's this county to Kansas in June of last William Porter Bold to W. R. Gaines of Buggies and Surreys. sales of a car load of mule colts at from his and Bays it Is.not in tbe cards year, has obtained a divorce a lot of yearling cattle at $0.60. $25 and another of yearlings at $35. wife who was Miss Katie Carpanter and to beat. We hope this ia true, but soma-hoW. H. Simpson sold to Thomas Fer- W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Miss Mabel Fuller, of Columbus, or somehow or other we have lost is now located at Maryville, Mo., where rill a small bunch of hogs at 3Jc. Minn., took rough on rats because sho confidence in the Times as a prophet. he orders his paper sent. couldn't get a drees that she wanted. J. W. Allen sold privately at Dan- End, have bought up to date about 50 8. II. Shanks bought of John a A Boyle county man and a pretty a prognosticater and prophet that As A California astronomer baa discovslop cattle. They paid from 2 to 3c. a mule colt for $15 and two of John wood are to wed ville Monday 22 yi B'ling cattle at 3c. maiden from near May paper baa fallen into innocuous desue- ered a new comet Best hogs $3.05, do cattle $4.40 and with a short tail. It Horses were probably never cheaper O. Tucker nt $17 50. in a week or two if Madam Rumor is to sheep 3J, are tude. was probably docked for neglocting the Cincinnati quotations. now. Good, sound combined horses -- Capt. T. A. Elkin, of Garrard, has is another marriage be relied on. There W. M. Lackey sold in Cincinnati this were slow Belters at $25 to $35 at Danvillo bought a number of cotton waa reserved for a paper away down soon, but you can't make umlea in the to occur here week a car load of mixed cattlo at 3.60. Monday. Fivo theaters on the Midway at Atlast few days at $35 to $55. in Tennessee to suggest Judge T. 'A Moryet, who will be the contracting us tell G. A O. P. Cecil sold to A. E. Stack-neDr. Hugh Reid bought five 322 -- Cattlo aro a little off this week. row for U. 8. Senator, when it seems lanta have been closed on account of im- parties. pound hogs nt Mr. B. F. Hayden's Bale n of San Antonio, Texan, Miss Cecil, Hogs are bringing about 31 cts, young Frank Dills, a that all of us should have thought of morality. The proprietors were fined Mr. and $1.50 ate. 2:21J, and Ohastino, 2:293, for per barrel delivered, seems to bo tho the genial and learned judge tbe first $100 each. engineer on tho O.S. railroad, and Miss at 3J Sthaybd. Black sliOHt weighing staple price for corn. Winchester DemTrain wreckers caused a fast express Amanda Farris, a society belle of Sotner-sat- , man. Let the republicans unite on him At B. F Hayben'a sale Wednesday ocrat. and were married. about 115 pounds. Has white Bpot on sins of omission and on the New York Central to be demoleloped to Liberty and many of their heifers brought from $14 to $17, milk S. Woihl has bought from G.T. Fox, commission will be blotted out of the ished. Three men wero killed and sev- Mr. Dlllfl is Bald to have been engaged forehead. M. F. Elkln. cowa $18 to $30. fat hogs 2 00 to 31 and of Montgomery county, 00 1,550-lb- . cat' Wm. Bedford, of Bourbon, Bold 08 eral others injured. book of remembrance. to the young lady six years ago, but she at 4 cents, and from W. H. Reed, of same fat cattle to.Kahn at 4 35 They averag- horse b 50c to $35. The Chicago Daily News prints the jilted him. He then tried hie hand on The Lexington races are not draw- county, 50 feeders, same weight to ed 1,050 pounds and will be exported at 3J. W. Harris, poet laureate of the story that Benjamin F. Pietzsl is alive, her sister, who waa more responsive J. ing well. Running in the snow and Corn is selling at $1 to $1.25 per bar Dec. 1. . Louisville Post, is writing some mighty aud that he will reveal himself if Holmes his affections, but she died before the Henry Halloy Bold at Ed de Cernea, of New York, hascold standing in tne ingiu niasis ot winu are rel Uellvored. wedding day. Then helsought surcease pretty lines for that paper, in addition to is not granted a new trial. captivating amusementB. Lexington court day a lot of sugar raulea filly Tryphoaa 2:201, not The Court ol Appeals sustains the n rrnl. but his first love haunted him tbe good State column. getting up a rattling It is claimed that Richard Orokor to go South at $80. There wero 100 cat-ti- e Marriage bas certainly not dulled tbe 2 per cent, tax on the gross earnings of and returned and once more plead his by Nutbutst, to A. O. Bush, of Itbica, paid Milt Young $20,000 for My Favor-iton the market Monday and thev sold touching N.Y., for $3,000. the dam of the (sensational Hand at 2 to 3 35. Mule colts sold at $10 to imagination of this rising poet at any lorelgn building and loan associations anlt This time he succeeded in Bronough & Herric, of tbe East spring. Sho is in foal to Hanover. 1 doing business in TimeB. this State. her heart and the oequel ia told above. rate. The glad tldinga comes from FranWort that Gov Brown and Clerk Newhall have amicably settled their diflerences and I 8rANFORD. Kr., November 22, 1895 that white wiuge peaco hoyere over cap Ital tquare. The differences grew out of the small matter that tho clerk charged the governor with voting tho republican W. P. WALTON. kMI-WEEKL- ( Y lNTERlORJOUKNfll tint the clerk appre-elatio- MtzIa Hardin died at HarrodB burg of cancer of the stomach. Two sons of Rev. Thomas N. Arnold , of Frankfort, were drowned at Biscayne Bay, Fla. Six hundred people lost their lives by a boiler and magazine explosion on a Chinese troop ship. Tho governor has pardoned Columconvict from Smith, a bus couvictod of manslaughter. Ho had served four years. George Shanks, colored, was sentenced to tho penitentiary for two yoars at Lancaster, for the crime of sodomy Ho confessed to the crime. Tho Minnesota Sunrome court has affirmed the decision of tho lower court that Harry Hayward, tho murdorer of Catherine Glng, must hang. Mrs. Fannie Goeset, of Montgomery countv. mother of ex Chief Justice Wil liam U. Holt, celebrated the 92nd anniversary of her birth November 10. Brooklyn day nt tho Atlanta Expo sition Saturday promises to bo one of the most notable days sot apart for the municipalities at the great fair. Ono hundred thousand Armenians aro said to be dying of starvation, Bud a pathetic appeal has been made to the Aesociation for assist- n MU 10-yo- ADDITIONAL LOCAL. The boys havo givon up the minstrel projoct for the present. 50 sold at B. F. Hay den's ealo for cents, but come to think of it, n horso that would soli for bO cents isn't worth more than 50 cents. A HOR8R IteTfleorttsJtot mid-season Mor-ce- r, ct Marl-boroug- LOUISVILLE STORE! h m Dry Goods, Clothing, Dress Goods, B Anglo-Armenia- BOOTS AIMC OES. m Fast Black Hose at (O JL 5 Cts. O T H I N Gfo name-Thes- e THE LOUISVILLE STORE, THERE ARE OTHERS STYLE & QUALITY. PANKS, The Jeweler, IVScRoberts' Drug Store Carefully Compounded. SCHOOL BOOKS & TOILET ARTICLES Pu-lib- ki Prescriptions 4 door-kenpo- rs. "W. mar-rie- d B M'ROBERTS, I woll-know- God-sen- LOOK HERE e, Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, b. k. wsaK5cet. ts w Pep-ple- -- A. bue-ine- sa. It y, well-know- $2,500.-Advoc- . . three-year-o- ld e, $20.-George- town Ji mmmmw 38- - ' Z. iC MC AC Uc 4MMkkm . jMl-WEEK- lHTERIORjQURNAL A nick line of jackets and wraps, at Shanks'. Stanford, Kt., Novkmiikr 22, 1895 merchandise. Hilton carries full stock of all kinds of mackin- - Ladiis' and gentlemen's E. C. Walton, Business Manager i t ;t toshes, at Shanks'. up. Skk our line genuine V. U. McKoberts. store-rooms B at CLOSING SALE! 3 briar pipes 25c ' A . :.a !f i . & Two good in centre of spoons? Remember everything goes at A. ueautltui pciecllon ol town for rent. Apply at this office. reduced prices. rings too. Oomo mid look them ovur. Look out for Hilton's display of Xmaa Penny's Drug and Jewelry Store. kuuiib. no win oe in time, Have your PERSONAl POINTS. money. g Mb. P. M. McRohkkts has beta ottent-inTim hunters tell us that birds are very tho Pulaski court. scarce rail tl 0 few that can be found Bro Miih. V. 0. Hanky instill confined to as wild as deerH. hor room by sickness. Advocate. We are now Bhowing some of those Mies Eva Lamm una cams homo sick Xmns prtsents we bought for you. from Georgetown Uollege Tuesday. Miss Mamik Hkazlsy is now house- Danke, the jeweler. keeper at the Jowph Prico Hofpital. I am selling seasonable band sawed Mhh. Mary O'Nkal Kvanh, of Louis-vl!lumber for less money than you pay for of Mrs. A. D. Hoot. knob lumber. wasthe AC Sine. Mu. Joe Emiihy is down with some Ladies and children's hair cutting and thing liko fever, iiis temperature was shampooing a specialty at Wilkinson & 103i Wedneadav. Mips Mahy McAfjcb, of Rowland, has Cain's tonsorial parlor, opposite St. Aa- been very ill for several weeks but is aph Hotel. getting some better. We have the best Btock of overcoats Hunt McAmstkr, of Jessamine, spent clothing, boots and shoes and at the low-esuveral days with his young friend, prices of any house in the c'ty. Thomas Newland, Jr. Wc have never before succeeded so well in getting just the fjoods Hughes & Tate. M:is. Anna 1) VanAiisdai.e, of liar the trade wanted than wc have this season. Our dress goods have rodsburg, is on a visit to her daughter, The May wood lodge of Knights of the been just right in colors and fabrics and prices. Maccabeta have united with the lodgo at In cloaks wc have Mrs. U.J. McKoberts. JuookStitiikn Buiich came up from this place. This gives the Stanford tent been running on the new Jackets and every day adds to their popu Tyrone- h ttw days ago quito sick with n about GO members. larity. All through our many departments the same. It is all the fillet. t H'iok of pneumonia. result of careful study of the styles before hand, and of buying direct If you wantu tailor made suit or a Mt- - iUciiBi. Allison, of Lexington, pair of fowsorB remember that you can from the manufacturers. We have built up our trade by pleasing jimt r. turned from New York, is with get quicker and better work at Shanks' her Pinter, Mrs. Stephen Burch. customers. Right now than anywhere else. Mu. and Mns. J. U. Dauoiiman spent B. several days in Loxlngton, whero Mr. Goon News. Dr. Bender, the painletQ went to attend the millnr'n association. dentist, will be here all next week with Jambs M, Sacflhy, of this place, will otfice at the Myers House. See him ear- bo one of the contestants in the oratori- lv nml Avnlil (tin rnoli cal contest at Paris on Thanksgiving All persons who desire to have Dr. night. Is at its height. Wc are sending out from I o to 15 garments a day. Bender make plates for them will pleaee Hon. J. N. Saunders and his call at the hotel on Monnay, hov. 25th, Up to this time wc have been continually receiving new cloaks. No w missioners have gono to Washington on unsinees connected with the to have their impression taken. K Don't you need bomo knives, forks or Worth of Fresh, New Goods to be closed at cost In order to make some changes in our business on Jan. 1st, we will offer our entire stock, beginning MONDAY, NOV. 25, '95, At cost. Nearly everything tn this stock is new and fresh and will be sold at prime cost in order that wc may close the entire stock if possible by Jan. ist. Most of these goods were purchased before there was any advance in any line of goods and there has not been such an opportunity presented to the trade or to the merchants to get stuff at less than value. Wc invite all to come and help us and help themselves. We have always carried the choicest line of Clothing, IJoots, Shoes to be found any where Our Dress Goods, Trimmings, Velvets, Silks, Ribbons, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets, and in fact every line of goods are in superb shape and yet we are determin ed 10 maKe a saennce in order to close tnis stocK. i nose wno come at once will get the choicest styles. It is useless to say that these goods will be sold for cash or something we can convert into cash. AVe invite everybody to help us. gut Danville, Kentucky. V HUGHES & TATE. - Wherejo Buy. Buy where you can find the OUR CLOAK SEASON" The Largest Stock. The Newest Goods. The Lowest Prices. we will stop reordering. Come and see our immene variety of new Everyone new this season and most of them only in a Hox Coats. few weeks. Prices from $5 to $25. More at So to $15 than other prices. As there arc at least 50 styles wc can't dkeribe them, but wc will positively sell you any one for less than any store in Kentucky. Cloth capes from $2 up to Si 9. Misses' and children's Jackets from Si. 75 to $10. While many are talking hard times we have been busy looking for the best goods ynd hammering down prices so you might make your money (if you have but little) buy a great deal. We are glad to tell you that opr efforts have been crowned with success. Come and exrallroaiKt. HosSucLiiv &S11KLI1Y have Bold to J. R. amine our prices on Capes, Jackets, Dress Goods, Underwear, Mu. B. K. Weaiirn was the only man Routt their stock of livery at McKinney. Flannels, Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, and be convinced that from this placo taken on the Shelby During the few months they rab the sta- iery, Canton we have been trying to help you out and not making times harder by of a number ble Nunn jury at Lancaster, out there they made about $500 clear. summoned by Sheriff Tom Robinson. talking it. co-corly CITY AND Vir.lHITY. gle Eaolk. Mr. Foreatus Reid shot an eathe other day, which measures Bix ft. N it. B. Undecidkd. t Boots and shoes in great variety, at B. King, in answer to a letter of inquiry Shanks'. from the Cincinnati Enquirer, says that he has not decided who he will vote for I Skk our new stock of pipes. Oraig & for U. S. Senator, but will wait further You want a handsome black dress, something new in Houclc, Crc Uocker. " djveiopmentn. pon or a Mohair fancy, something you don't see in every little store, Gst your Thanksgiving supplies of E. Two Good Tui.saa. We have just put come and sec us. Wc have exclusive patterns that are not only the J. Foley. on sale 50 dozen ladies pants and vests, correct things now, but will be absolutely sure to be the craze next seaNkw lino perfume, toilet water, sachet one lot 50c suit, one at 7oc suit. TheBe son. The prices of these goods arc Si to $2.25. All kinds of staple powder. W. B. McRoberta. goods were made to sell at 75 and $1. prices. But we closed out the line consequently These are our sentiments in all dealings. We endeavor to give you black goods at money-savinSpkctaclbs at cost at Oraig & Uocker's these low prices. Severance & Son. value received and not to misrepresent our goods. " cash store. Fit guaranteed. Thk ladies of tbe Chrysanthemim Go to Hilton's, Junction City, for salt show extend their heartfelt thanks to till at $1.60 for seven bushel barrel. who aesisted them iu making the entei accurately and cheaply tainmenta success, and especially do we PrtESCHUTlo.NK tiiank the musicians, the Odd Fellows filled at Uraig& Uocker's cash Btore. aud others. The best 25c vests and pants in Kentucky. They were made to sell Take a glance at oui window difplny in weave we can sell at 25c. at 50c, but on account of slight defects A aoon picture of Col. W. O. Bradley Our Children's Clothing is what we sell it for. We will give you ol fine China. Dankp, the jeweler. appears in thecurrent Harper'd Weekly, They arc full size, fine yarns and fleeced. Popular "Oneita" union another opportunity to get some unexcelled bargains. A few more Wk are selling guns at coBt to close out but no picture bus ever appeared which black, suits at S5C, $1 and $1.50. "Florence" union suits 50c. Children's Cheviot suits at S3. All-woCombination Suits, so our stock. Oraig fc Uocker's caab store dooj the handsome governor-elec- t double seat and knee, $5, and many others which will convince you Same in ladies' vests, pants underwear that will not shrink much justice as tiie one we have. He Fon Rodters kuives anil forks eeo sijb it is the beat likeness ol him he his on examination. and union suits. We can save you enough on underwear alone. to DaokB. the ioweler. Our line beats them saon and he ought to know. pay you for coming to Danville. all. We begiu witNi th's Octooe.narianb. All men should examiue our "Peer issue to publish pictures and sketches of Hughes Jt leas Sanitarv" underwear. Good wool suits at $5. people in this county who have readied This line is large and bargains are numerous. Tate. We sell no cheap goods but good ones at low prices. e years iu the journey uf life. A nick lino of fancy vestings samples, Mr. W. M. Lackey appears in this itsue at Shanks'. Have you one ordered and to be followed by 'Squire J. S. Murphy, -:- 1 to J2. Col. John Buchannan and others. All with the "Clue patent thumb." We fit them be in the swim. From $ Representative-elec-- IF Shanks'. feet from tip to tip. It is only Blightly Hilton leads on Obelisk flour. wounded iu tbe wing and is already get0 loth 10 is going at about cost at ting used to his surroundings. SEVERANCE & SON. "Our stock is larger and more complete than at any time this Season. Eight Is Might A nd Might is Power. m LADIES' UNDBBWBAR. m Sqare Dealings at One Strictly Low Price. all-wool all-wo- m BOYS' CLOTHING ! KID GLOVES ' tour-scor- on, and you know you have good fitting gloves before you pay for Fob Salb. Our desirablo residence c n The Louisville Post and other papers Good, all wool double and single breasted suits, $10, have no equal wc lose it. So we keep only the best. Uimer Main Btreot. Call on or addrefs announce that Mrs. Letcher Owsley, a for the money. Also a good line at $7.50. Some which cannot be them. If they burst Dr. Hugh Keid. Luicaster confectioner, has aeaigued. equaled for $5. Tnere isrio Mrs. Letcher Owsloy, unltss 6Cc 160 A tik sensation. at 25c, the popular young Lancastrian has kept ties, Tecks and it a mighty secret. The item grew doubt-le- s Serverance & Sons. e out of the fact that Mrs. E. A. And we have a big line at prices to suit the times. Good assigned to Mr. Owsley for the beneEvKHYTnwa you need for Thanksgiv pants, $2, Corduroys at 1.50. Fine dress for Sunday. Side her creditors with assets of about None bctttr. Every grade you can ask for. Our 25c hose have ing, turkeyB, oysters, celery, cranberries, fit of and liabilities of $500. pockets and top pockets. Latest styles. Call for these goods. f COO &c. FarrisA Hardin. heels, sole and toe. At nairs for si we offer extra hne. or ' double Tub Amatour Dramatic Club of Mt. LKAVKyour orders with Higglns & extra heavy "Peerless" hose with double soles, heel and toe. Wool MnKinnev for vour Thanksgiving tur Xenia covered itself all over with glory en hose extra values at 2?c and c. Fine French cashmere hose at key, cranberries and celery. of Tuesday night in the rendition They are beauties. Ask the boys about them. Children's hose in every grade from 10c to 50c. "Among the Breakers" and "One Night 50c. Pay your taxeB this month before the in a Bar Room." Tho bouse was crowdm MEN'S CLOTHING all-woo- ! m new-Btyl- e "PEERLESS" HOSIERY four-in-han- All Men m Pas-co- Wear Pants. l, NECKWEAR ! Bix is advertised. . all-wool per cent, is added and your property T. U. tfewland, bneriu. m te . 1b our Eiderdown Flannels, at 25c a yard. New wrapper goods New, novel and Spec afmir this vear. Come in and see. Glad at ioc, I2j4cand 15c. Outing cloths in 25 new designs at 10c. to show you the goods. Danks, the jew- ial values in Handkerchiefs at 5c, ioc, 15c and 25c. olor- (ggSm Danville, Kentucky. -j Dh. Bkndku is coming next week. Read his big ad, on first pago and if you noed hiB services, then will be your w chance. at For Salk. Hotel and Good location and doing nice business. Address P. W. Green, Mc Kinney, Ky. bar-room - ed and all wero delighted. The Cook Brothers, of Danville, distinguished themselves, while Misses Pearl White, Margaret Lewis, Adele Feland and M. B. Myers proved themselves star actors of great magnitude. The entertainment was under the direction of Mica Georgia Lewis, which accounts largely for its excellence. . 1 Underwear to Suit Everybody and at Prices to Suit You. In this department we cannot say too much, as we had a much larger trade than we looked for and are getting in goods every day. Our stock is still complete, but there Call and examine for yourself. soon it will be broken. Get your choice before it is is no telling how too late. We have everything a man must wear. SHIRTS Of every description, white colored, wool and heavy, working shirts and night shirts. Duck coats for feeding purposes. Satisfaction guaranteed or Money refunded. OVERCOATS. y. Elu. O. O. Clink had a stormy experience at Richmond, where he is prosecuting his labors for tbe A. P. A., while pretending as he did here that he was in the service of the Lord. At hia lecture for mnn only, ho made his usual charges against tbe Oatholica and was several times called down. Finally Eugene Shanks, who though not a Catholic leans to that church, denounced him as a liar and Ollne called on the police for protection, who succeeded in restoring order. Tho roverned gentleman deserves somo jostling, for giving up his holy calling to enter Into such businesses he ia engaged in. It would be much better for him to devote bia talents to the saving of souls- - - mstmLmaLmimi Tub first snow of the season fell on the morning of the 20th and tho mercury went down below the freezing point. It la said that the" number of snows in the winter is governed by the number of tbe day of the month of November on which the first falls, bo wo will have L'O if this be true. A good start has beeD made on it too for another fell Wednesday night covering tbe earth with ita winding eheeti Strictly One Price Clothing House, Danville, Ky. J. L. Frohman & Co. d Semi-Week- ly ,. 7 Interior Journa Logan's Creok and Land of Goshen. A turkey buyer purchased about 300 in this vicinity last week Ht 5 centa on BeB-st- HUBBLE. DB. W. B. FKXNiN x, Fnbllahed Bvery Tuoad&y and Friday foot. AT 35 e -- Mies Glenn Bibb ia visitinR Misa of Montgomery. Mr. J. H. Gaines, WWfaon not so paid S2.SO will be charged."; Lexington, has been visiting bis parents. "Lovo tliv noighbor as thyeell" ia a K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. Biblical injunction that could bo closer Trains leave Stanford i 7:15 a m nJ 3 p. m. adhered to in tbia neighborhood than it arriving at a:y p. m. and 9:13 p. in. apparently la. L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. A valuable mare ridden by Joo Swcthimi New No. 14, Train going North .. is ;p m Gainea waa badly ciippled by being "run ' No, 6. " 3 iS a m inly" by a wagon at the bridge over Dix No. j, " South ia 04 p m " " No.3, 113pm river. Joe narrowly escaped being precipitated into tbo river, a distanco of 30 QUEEN & CRESCENT. or 40 feet. Train pats Junction Lity as follows: Mr. James Dadderar and wife celeHo, 1 South ti 37 a ra No t North ..3 56 p m 4 ,.i 46 p m brated their "wooden" wedding Tursday 35 3 " "i laoj m " 6 " 5 " ..3.13 a m by having all their II 7 " " 00 am " 8 ..3 37 a m near Dudderar'a Mill " 9 " 8 40 p ra " .6 00 a m 10 neiahbora aud friends eat an unusually Notk. Nes. 3 and 6 aud 9 and 10 run no fur- Dealer in big dinner with them. They are her than Junction City, nor on Sunday. p. t man conversant with the plan of dis Kentucky hospipensing tality, gonuiuo and unadulterated. Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, -- Mr. W. Henry Traylor is an extremecomplely close calculator. Ho has juet SIDING, ted a warohouse in which there are 30,000 I handle the best grade of floods and sell at the Jowest prices. feet of lumber and he figured the amount of lumbar hiniBelf eo closely that only an S. H.llAUGHMAN. J. H. BAUGHMAN. arm full of waste material was left. This warehouse will bold about 2,000 barrels of whiBky, of which be has on hand now in his various houses about 3,500 bairels, and will begin Dec. 1st to make 10 barrels per day, for which he is finding ready sale at good prices and band-sonprofits. He is doing u tremendous Try some of our brands and you will hive no other Fancy Patent No i, Alplio Snow, Fancy Family, Hellc of Lincoln and Crtolc. businees and shipping it to market by tho car load. Ho has purchased in the last week 2,500 barrols of corn, which is Absolutely Puro.f now being hauled in by about 25 wagons Oats, Ha OurSpeciattics-Saedsall kinds mixed and crushed to order Corn, Rye, Shtpilul ot at $1.25 per barrel, air. Tom xrayior, and Uran. Remember att Keed orders must bo accompaniei with th cash Address rr call en of larter baking powA cream his brother, has the reputation of being 8c der. Highest of all in leavening one of the very beat yea9t makers in the strength. iLatest United States country. Mr. Will Bnughman, of Boylo, Ky. SI ji ii Government Food Report. there now. is storekeeper-sauce- r PER YKAIN ADVANOK A Steel Range and 40 Pieces of Ware for $25. "a Everybody hero is pleaBed with tho now proactier pent by tho conference. Virgil McClnre, of Loxington, gave his sister, Mrs. J. A. Hammonds, a visit thin weok. Mrs. Mnttie llurkley and husb.iiid, of visiting her father, J Ohio, have b.-en V. hoc Mrs. Dr. W. B O'Bannon wan culled to Funnio Hull, who has been sick for a few dajH. HiutriiiR Alcorn ia building hla nttw houfro on Ohorry street. Jack YenUey U liubankB. Ucxilist, : Staiirorci. OiTiee : 5i.y. c. on Msln Street, Opposite the I'ost-Olfi- OUR HtSTUMJINSfRANCK MAN, . 1 W. H. WEAREN & CO. A, C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. FLOORING, CEILING, ETC. Mr. ISncliMiian aud family aud Mr Owsley'ri f.uni y will start to Arizona aVout Dee Mr Ed Minor ia going to put up a mill on tho pik ntar tho pond on Envjle-mua n ho bought last weok. farm .Mrs Mt'iiifeo him rented here rf 10(5 Mfffi to (it'nrgn and Ebb .4 arm for 5130. She will go to Stun the contractor. M. W. JOBlTTSOIT, s lt. n hr 1 tbor-oughl- y Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, STANFORD ROLLER MILLS 4KlNe n Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal POWDER SEED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, BYE J. H. BAUGHMAN CO. ord soon. Yours tie b gatherer hero bos been oo SI'KINO AND SUMMKK. no time husy for the past month, Something to Beautify tho Ladies. has been found to write, mid then ni'Hln uuuaKeniH have been very cuarce. sJ Dally "w The Methodist church Is receiving n Wc rl opMiinint Neto thi irstfo that they tt wil Iho assiiraiuo new coat of paint by Hold en brother, findin our alillshment the ssme estluslVeaess the hats and Thev hrtVoalnocotitiHiMed to paint Mm. n stjleof piterus, MilllDcry bctiBtts and wall ate for which Itallnj notoitltsin Monifco's and H W. G kens' house. the country known tbrauuhout 1 hate ivcuied a trimrofr for the seaThere aeeniB to be an over produc son. Thanking you lor past favors, we tcspect Hon ot most everything elae, but demofully solicit your patronage hnriofeio so literally crats mid this gnus to phow that they biued. M I). DUDDhKAK will poon be on lop, as Pitpply regulate KATL DUllUhKAK, .lunsKtr. tho domand aud price of all thlniM Corn is selling dollvnred hem nt 13AST1N and alow sale now rtt that Tur-kehave been brlmiiiiK 5Jc dultvcrfdul Crab Orchard, Ky. scAlee at this place. Tho market hn. phnt Thanksgiving. II. W. Mtct all TiaiBs.nttfht ami day. ralreivs taken to down till after any part oftown Kcc of Charge. (livpns hoe been selling some meat hogq at 3jc. Kar of Halo) Ji.oo pi Good I.Uety Attached. , a. ii. IIASTIN, l'rop. Arthur lsnv poiu ius nay mu-- u too. day. T. C Knkin M Vpnonamoro for ?S0 has returned from Pulaaki county, where I cost bi bought 12 trood cotton mulea nt aplpn Uo reports 10 per liotl. of alwnt f v nf nenrnn Rod fat Imua and corn nol- AH persons havins claims against J C Oooch are tciUMtd to pretoui thM br Nov, barrel In the fWd ling at about $1 Who terrescHls the Old Relisble Mlchiiran Mutu MrtU Mich, can al Lift Insurance Co., r.f write you all the most fawrable pUn tht old rtliable Central ance. He a.so reur.-nlvnll Tebicco Warthuof Unissllle. Ky , rt,nsre. be clad to have a liberal shale of ywir ail the fixots that oan t Will be toady to conler elven by nny arhOH! I.lkrrsl cash advance-wen- t " ',01 madtfouowicnmixits, leth tManfoi. crery I ilt b at wai.tuif hofhnid, prlsw or court day. I'a.ties metier should addiess mo t I'alut McK,V Ny. "" ProroptmicnlloaKiiarantted lor ad tht H. Hrst-cla- ss vs THE U0USE, 4 i'-t- m 170TICES L. pr preecny proven Proprietors, ford, ORODHEAD. nOCKCASTLE COUNTY. ft U. UUOi.II, Asujnee, Woyn.sbuin, Ky. j, !, EOYALIBAKING POWDER 00., 108 Wall Street, New YorS. AO THE XjADISS I struggle he strangled, and his distracted wife attempted to relieve him by placing her finger in his throat. With the last gaspa he clinched his teeth on his wife's finger. His jtws had to be prized open. A. G. Lonhao It was found that Mrs. Clay had been Jean D. Castltsaan. badly injured and the finger waa ampu tated a faw days ago. Now blood poison has set in and it is said she can not recover. Carroll county is this jear the ban. ner democratic county in the State. The ilpmofirats carried every preciuct in the county, not leaving the republicans even at a town office of any kind. BA.RBEE &OASTLEMAJB a chance received 1,474 votes, Bradley Hardin MANAGERS, 004; TomTetitt had only eight follown rreice Building, Louisville ers in the county, while Demaroe, the prohibitionist, got 2S The democratic Agents throughout the Sonth ticket got more than twice aa many votts aa all others put together. W. A. TBIB3LH, XiSoal Agcst:, Dr. A. O. Corey, a prominent denof Fort Scott, Kansas, attempted to KY STANFORD. tist a girl of 17, outrage his and in attempting to eecapo from the poW lice, fell from a Becond story window and alighting on his head, was instantly killed. How to Prevent Croup. New coods of the latest style juat received. Call In and ice the lsrgast and lest assorted line ever brought to Stanford J'riccs as low as the lowest. Klegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. MISS LICC1K BKAZLEY, Stanford, Ky frcm Louisville, who married Miss Mas-sey- , daughter of a former representative from Warren county, a week or two ago, In the death was taken suddenly ill. Frank Ulay, n traveling salesman Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Ready-mad- e ROYAL 'ance OF LIVERPOOL. or made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any mmmm step-daughte- r, THE RILEY HOUSE H. : J, ! M'ROBERTS, nxt London. Lamps, . Queensware, B. B. MAS0HBT R. R. Noel & Son, Glassware, '" All Kinds of Coal, Stoves, &e. week. I far cash or In I situ tor leather on ooMit days at Slanliird oral my home In Uttoalm. Chas Knnslie. TatioM 3S. Mrs 1 Horron and little daughter, Annie, are both ettll fl ve. but beema to Attornoy at Law, all be trowing wenker fHcti fiour. family. Mifs Hob-t-- rt - - JCcntucky. aymphti it witli the b. Yenky, one oi Hrodhead'a aad Assign- left u lapt MonWill act as Ksecutar.lAdmlnistrator and day niistit to itiakn ber futur home with ts in bpecUl her bitter, Mrs. Thomaa MclloufriP,Co'-v- ttc4, as attoeUwi given tn Settle scnti at of and Division aed Iudinna Mra W. II. .(ills' Liidi ia on th oio' Ut tbia week W F McCJa OlTics on LntMtt Sc ovtSu. " Hro 1'iku fllled hla appointment at v'toAce. Mad-io- n Kirksvllle and GilleadrhnrchiB in countv l9t SUunJay and Sunday. A.S. 1'KICXS, Hro. Hagin tilled hi app!ntm'nl at thin plat Saturday and Sunday and baptized Surgeon eprink hohio nlneor 10 by immert-ionanDentiit, The Method to.l four or live converts n b in (st and funetifled pple foem Kvi thi plan.. Hro. Pike will man. the lead at aeetieiof iiientinm at OfSce ever McRoberts' Drug Stre la the Owsley commonco IMMiac church nnxt Sunday. Hro. Colyr will condnct a meeting at Marelsbnrg uill-llnars Wallace Varnoxi, Stanford, Aita-ney t!iataf'f er iitniiford, Frt-do- rrrrT?C H iJrjV IwilltaVe all the hides t can gel V. n. H1L.KY, - Proprietor, - Uontuofcvr. At'PLV TO laavc ssiavsd te my new Ket.l and am belts, rsparid than ev.r te accetmdati the pbl(c jcod Livrry attachet snd.vtry coaveiiltac. d irsd aUcm.ae.il. arRANK RILEY. J7 , ... .For Liio, Firo or Tornado Insurance. Your policy "111 b Issued promptly and irnewals carefully I Wd after. Nene but the best oppoOffice on Main Strvel. reprNctitd site St. Asaph Hotst. uresorstoj II Hlg(lra, D.alers in s - AT - M.S. Dai-chmi- J. W. lUl'UIIMAfc. Stanford, Kv. n o pa to FARRIS & HARDIN 13 M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- rnorsiiTOH.s- young mothers, Some reading that will prove interesting to no to guard against the dts- - m orM H W w m P s 0 02 n M M o o o 5: N H fc Croup is a terror to young mothers and to post them concerning the cause, first rymptoms and treatment is t'e object of this item. The origin who of croup is a common cold. Children croup are Is alsubject to it take ccld very easily and follow. The tirst symptom Is hoarse-nesmost sure to this is soon followed by a peculiar rough cough, which is easily recognixsd and will never be iorgotten by ou who has heard it. The Uoe IT to act is when the ihild first becomep hoarse. all given Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is Kven alwill sood disappear. tendency to croup will prevent ter the croupy cough has developed it giving this the attack. There is no danger In nothing injurious remedy ior it contains Korcale by Craig .V Hocker, Stanford, Ky. s; fri-el- u CjO For MONEY LOVING PEOPLE. 8 13 C V 0 0 01 Z 01 U, H jy LIVERY, FEED & SALE Cash. DON'T rORUKr TH T STABLE. THE FAVORITE MILLS, - - Kentucky. Stanford, AT McKINNKY, KY., bet-tor- We will continue the coal business at Mr Hlg gins' old swt.d and will have on hand at all times c ul ithlcn will deliver pr.mptly. the very We will sell strlttly for cash aud will mat. It to lb. lDtetcst of the people oi this section to pay btt Have your Prescription? filled at Craig Pure Drugs and Chemicals only us & Hocker's. cd. livery slvo us a call. Nothing bm first-claturnouts will leave our stable. Src u for rates. In our II you ss nnd 3 O S Accuracy, Promptness and c ba Li o u Q c n M w --The first greenback note struck and issued by tho United States is dated August 1. 18G2, marktd "Series A, No. 1." oil LOW PRICES Guaranteed. I wir mechanic in our Ilri-disYou will find a good assortment of Saddle., Ac Havevour repalnag dose b, man. ho uudtrstands his buwaa. v o have t HARNESS SHOP HiiLs, .2 u VI O c A full line of Dajgists' Sun dries VVlllcusraiiteinr.wtsu wrk aid 1 17 our hor sboer. d'ic- BLAOESr.XITH:SHOP. itlretir Tax-Paye- rs Hat. just been overhauled and rrpa.red fion n to ton by iho Uraous Rlchuvud City Mill Works, of ltichmond, lint , and with capacity now increased, ate doing more and bettor woik than ever before, and with th. eld reliable I) V Keavrdy as head miller. ou are sure of good Flour and fair ticatmriil II suio and bring us your grinding and wlirn Inline call lor our old and wall rsianlished brands, ravoutc Patent, Ladies' Kuvonte aud Rakers' Choiic. IIATEb ft SON. accessor to K. L. Tanner Ac Favorite Milling Co G. B. COOPEK, M.Proptit t'.rs O always in s.ock. To the of Liuuoio Co. Livery and Fccd'iStablc, of...... E o o H The wife of Mr. Leonard Wells, of East Brim, neuralgia field. Mass., had been sufleiios from or hardly for two days, not being able to sleep keep still, when Mr. Jlolden, the merchant there enthtr a bottle of Chambsrlula's Pain Halm and asked that she Rive it a thorough trial. On meet- r, tvll. thn mil davhe was told that she n was all right, the pain havlos left her within two hours, and that the bottle of Pain Balm was worth $ 00 if it could not be had for less & Hock-e- r, Kor sale at 50 cents per bottle by Craig Stanford Ky. 0 THE BLUR GRASS HERD OK STANPOUU, KY.: The time is drawing clfsc wVcn.I have 10 pay the due. lam comprllcd Having boueht of P W. Green his Livery bus- Stateof Kentucky ill taxes to settle In full and will have to kdvcill.e all inns and addcil niw buggivs and burses, we arc prepared to furnish I property that the tax is not paid on by Docombor 1st, 1895. R number also that 6 per crnt. i added to each Ji tint ts not bald before Dec. i, 1893. In order FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS Duroe Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, - Kentucky. Crab Orchard, ock. Breeders secured from Sale of Personalty. Wednesday, Nov. 27, '95, The first use of the word democrat in American politics waa May 30, 1703, TOhpn the democratic Boclety was form ed. Ml A Quarter Century ToBt. tn. best herds In f Reistere lorsa fron tns IjK ty several dlBcreat Slates. Correspondence Solicited Pigs e I -- i- For a quarter ol a century Dr. King's Now Discovery has been tested and thcmillions who have I wilt sell at public auctlcn on to received benefit from 1U use testily or Its wonderthe Throat ful curative powers ill all diseases remedy that has stood the Chest and Lungs. A so long and that has given so universal satistest positiveThe personalty consistirp of Household and faction U no rxpcrimenL Each bottle is will be or the money ly eusranteed Kitchen Furniture, Good Harness Mare, Good relunded. It toirive relief to ba the most reliable is admitted Harness Horse, lfamil Mare and a good saddle bottles free at A. II. mare, two extra sood milk cows, one heifer, sood or Coughs and Colds. Trial joe and $1. wagon, btuder, cultivator, sood surrey Penny's drug store. Large size m and buggy, and all farmio implements. Terms made known on dar ot sale. It MayDo aa Much for You MR8 S. K. OWSLEY, Mr. Fred Miller ol Irving, III. writes that he P. O. Hubble, Ky. at had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, with severe pains in his back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried many s called KidneX cures but without any good result. About a year ago he began use ol Electric Bitters and found relief at once. Electric Bitters is especially adapted to cure ot all Kidney and Liver troubles and often gives almost instant relief. One trial Price only 50c. lor will prove our statement. arge bottles At A. R Penny's Drug Store, I will sell at public auction, at my residence, in Middlcburs, Casey Co., Ky., all my personal The longest trestle bridge is over proptrty, consisting ot Lake Pontcburtrain, New Orleans, 21 two-hors- e Moor's Air Tiht f?9 mm. The traveling public will flad us always ready and wllliu to lurnisli Drum , mers' wagons, cither single or double, or Carrito givoyou a chance topay,i urccatu ages of ailkinds al very LOW PRICLS. The Deputy O. P Newiana win uo in nth, at wtry Saturday In tnis mBee Lick, Preachersville, boys in and around town will also find us tho pco In Reynold's pie lo deal with. Stop with us when in lownal Wcdaetday, Nov. so. at courts and entertainments and your horse and veStore, Thursday, Nov. si. Deputy M O Reynolds will bs at Highland, at hicle wil) be well cared for. Nov. as j at Mngsvllle Friday, the G.ll. COOPKR Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. Wednesday, Nov 17; at Waynesburg every Sat87 urday in this i&onth. Deputy R. M. Nswland will be at Morrland, Thntsday. Nov. at: at Ml. Salciu, Saturday. Nov.c, Mllledgv-vlll33; aiMcKinnoy, Tuesday Nov.s6;at Wednesday, Nov. a;; at Hustonvllle, Pri-daNov. ajaud Saturdy, Nov. 30, itjj. I will be foun at my offi:e In tne Court-Hous- e Thn tK.nucii will conler a fav r by ,,..... u .tit- w..j meeting us at the above places sou uaw their taxes and savin? cost .and troujle. ling . Respectfully. On short notice. i'ost-office. ,.,,. ...i. -- "JN, deceas-e- Us Before You Buy. Pictures, Easels, Screens, TRY ONE. We guarantee satisfaction. Farm at Public Sale T ! d, Sale of Personalty among his heirs, the farm owned and occupied him, between Uanvill and Stanford, in Lincoln county, Ky., lying upon tne waters of tbo Jiang-lo- g Fork, will be aold at wubhc outcry, without reserve, (o the highest and best bidder, od I'ursuant to the will of Kid. S. II. King, property and in order to a division ol the by Furniture, Carpets Rugs Oil Cloth Window Shades On Friday, Nov. 29, 1895, It Uses Less Fuel For Halls and at 45 Fat Hoga, Shoats, 1 6 Sows and Pigs, 26 miles. Good advice: Never leave home on a Journey without a botUe of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Than any heater in the market. Pair Work Mules, colt, 3 head of and Ulanhoca Kemedy. Kor sale by Craig & Hocker, Stauford, Ky. barrels or corn . m crib, so busheU abclled oats, 30 bushels of la Buclclln's Arnica Salve. wheat aooo bundles of oats, ao astacks of hay, too carts, J.horse hock of fodder, a buWies. Ctt or The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, wsjron. 1 wowing machine, t hay rake, 5 Sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap -aa w talks and all skin eruptions, rarntion, alio all my household and kitehta red hands, chilblains, corns no par renuired. It I Dosltivelr cures piles, or to give perfect satisfaction or money guaranteed 'ttTfcRMS of sal. Midi known oa box. Tor tale by rsfunded. Pnc as cents Mldolsbarxi Ky. I A.R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. nf horses, t colts, l (..( cattle, 61 head sheep,mule aoo '- THE STOVE Officesr 1 Lenolimus, Picture Mouldings, Rattan Rockers, ACRES OF FINE LAND, 180 Wood Rockers. well watered lor both domestic and stock Is as nurnosesas any farm In the State, it has a MOUSE. BrickThis is the place to get a thing and Ice House, ano other necessary, outbuildings. There are also two tenant houses on of beauty and a joy forever! PreIs Ihetarm. 1 he land, though rolling, farm rich and sent your mother, sister, The lis upof cultivation brother in a good state on and on both sides of one of the be.t turnpike; or friend with a useful article as a in the State. Tho house is.withln a few hundreda yards ol the public school, and on the whaie birth day, holiday; or bridal pre. and desirable farm cauuot be more convenient sent. found any where. premises The Farm Contains - Friday, Nov. 29 1895; Coco Matts, Room Mouldings, Smoke-Hous- e '7 dy pr HIGGINS & McKINNEY, 1. A A. M 4. at 10 The sale will take place on the oclock a. m on the date above naped. The usud cah and al land terms will bo Kiveo oce-thU- the remainder in one and two years, equal payments, with 6 per eenl. int!e ' D. C'KING. for the ilciM, WITHERS & HOCKER, Undertaker & "aND jj 4 Stanford, Ky. 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