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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895112601 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. mi w eekly Interior VOL.XXI1I. CHURCH AFFAIRS. I Journal. NO. 77 STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 26. 1895. LANCASTER, CARftARD COUNTY. Preach-ersvlll- .,v n , ) r I . nody and bride, of Crab Orchard, are MATRIMOmAL MATTERS. tho guests of Mr. F. D. Sottou and wife, Rov. 0. M. Hold preached at Itev! R. B. ftUhony will prenoh tlio e Under itn new constitution South . iu the Fork neighborhood. S. M. Braun, . I.. ...... ill,. ft. i. i i Sunday afternoon at .'I o'clock. annnKKiyinj; Bormon ri Carolina will recognize dlvorcoi granted Elder J. C. Maddos, of Lexington, of LouUvllle, in In Lancaster looking In other States. Thursday nt lto'clook. Gcorpo filled the pulpit Sunday morning at tbo after the Interest of hia store. A Rood ploturo of Kldor Mr. Nathan Bolden and Misa Sallio Gownn, tlio popular youiu Ijaniwater Uhnetlan church. Belle Hszlett were married by Rev. A. V. HUBBLE. Mrs. H. A. Prico entertained preachur, appear in Saturday' Courier-Journa- l. Sizsmoro, Saturday. dining iu honor of her daughThis neighbortiood is uuusually Frank Anderson, of Clay City, Ind., thickly settled aud has more clever poo- - sold the family Bible for money with Klilor J. T.Sherrard will bej;ln IiIh ter, Mre.8. P. Grant, of Danville. L. Y. Leavell Hold t!m remaindor of plo to the square mile than is tho rule which to buy whUky; pastorates Ht thu Christian ohurub next bis vifo whipped will preach at 11 a. i. hlfifarm, on the F.Ul Liufc pike, last aud they aro amazingly hospitable. Sunday, when ho him for it and now he wants a divorcp. week to Mrs. Grlgiby for $2,000. Several hitudrcd barrels of com havo and 7 p. M. At Topeka, Kan., George Bailey, A vory interesting meeting is in sold in ttin comimnity at ahont ?1.25 who had repeatedly proposed marrlHge The Mills revival continues to bear at tbo now Baptist chiirch In Flrt per barrel, Tho farmers generally aro of to Fanny Thompson and been rejected, frail, ono thouaund convereioim liuvlnx Louisville b!duo tlto Woods, and much onthuslain Is being tho opinion that not less than $2 per fired threo bullets into ber body and been recordod hi barrel pays well for raising it. cloao of thu meetluxd aud as tho rwult of manifeeted. killed himself. -- The Lndiea'. Aid Society of tho To rodly know wh.it a real artist thorn. Mre. Roba Webb, nee FoBter, of Olive Rev. Wnj. A. Borum returned lust Christian church will moot with Mrr. Mra. Bowen W. Oivons Is one baa to Green, O., married last Friday night, Moiidny from Lcxlnftton, Ky., where ho Elizibeth Simpson, on D.inviile Btreet, mako a visit to tho hoipiUblo homo of 1 10k arsenic Sunday night and died. Tl.o her and her exemplary husband. The causo was that her parents were opposed hold a very successful meeting There Saturday afternoon. Th jury In tho of Shelby Nunn pictures of her own hanJs that adorn to her marriage. wore 39 addllionB to tho church. for tho killing of William Best, last July, tholr household show that artieta, like Xowa. W. II. Carrier and Mies Lula Lucae( The Loudou Kcho BayB tho contra rendered a vordict on Saturday morning poete, aro born and not made. both of Manchester, were married last -- Quite a number of tbo citizens of week. The groom is cashier of the bank Ration wrs bo well pleased with tho finding tho defendent guilty and fixing this vicinity aro going to Arizona wbout there and the bride is the pretty daughpreaching of Ho v. R. B. Mahony that ho hia punishment at 21 years. Thanksgiving services will bo held or before January 1st. Among tbo num ter of Col. John Lucas. will likely becallod to tho pastornto of at tho Christian church, Tnursday morn- ber the f iinily ol Mr. S. E. Owsley, Eph-raiBapllBt church there. tbo Fed Banker, of Amsterdam, N. Y , Pennington, Dolph Rico and fam stabbed and shot Miss Cora Harrison to Tho mooting at Walnut Flat con- ing. Theeorinoii will ho preached by ducted by Rov. II. N. l'aulconer ami J. Rov. J. W. Landor, If he Is here, If not ily, Mrs. Sim Eogloman, Mr. Eph death becauso sho had rejected him. 1. Halsoll, continues with three addi- by Rev. T. C. Cimpbell. Mr. S. E. Owsley has Banker then did the proper thing by "Maggie Mary," tho little seven year-ol- d beou tbero some time and has written catting hia own throat. tions and n number of requests for paydaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gooruo back that Arizona ibws with milk and er. The weather has inllitatod preatly John Ivy died at Washington, Ind., Llkins, fell ndoep in "the arms of honey. against the attendance. at tho very hour of the day be was to D. L. Moody'e rovlval services In last week at thb homo of her parents, nt A Maccabeo lodge with about 20 or have been married. His intended brido are attracting largo crowds. Manmi. Much uympathy la extended to 27 members will ba installed hero abort-l- was packing hor trunk when tho news of Atlanta and the members will take member- his serious illness reached her. At every servico Boats in the big taber- tho bereaved ont-e- . Another report is that a wodding will ship with Stanford lodge No. 7. Tho nacle aro at n premium, though It wiil Frank HoIIoway, of Bloomington, accommodate about (5,000 people. There occur soon on Stanford etreet. The citizens of this community folly appre- 111 , drove bin wife and children from bride in quwrtionia a protty lond of ciate tho multitudinous advantages oiler-o- d home and attempted to kill himself bearo 000 voices In tho choir. KIder Z.T. Sweeney, having reeolved 10 8umuira. Tho groom does not live by a membership in secret ordore and cause they hud nrranged to give u party no response to bin cliallonKO to Ingersoll, here but it mmn that ho is certaiuly tbo Stanford Knights of Pythiso, Odd without first gaining bis consent. to debate on tho inoplratlon of tbo Uibio, struck ou uoitiv oba that does. aud Masonic lodges will also reReport has it that Senator David B. -- Mim l'Mun G. Owsley (whom to ceive additions from this section. Charley Moore, tho li.iiry huathon, myn Hill has leased a large house in Washingho will BCCoiiimodAte him, If he Id spoil- know to to admire) entertained Friday What is probably the public opinion ton, and that ho is to marry, but when uvAiiitig at her krtistic homo on Danville was expressed to mo by a handsome tho Washington reporters get short of ing for Roiiinbody to debute with. Dr. 1, Allen Tupper, who held a revival strnet in honor of her two charming widow, Northwest of Unhide last Thurs items thoy generally Btart such reporte. here several ywwa dgo,!a silling round thu garsU, Mis Lena Arotier, of Danville day. "You meu organiza and attend seA Paris brido of last week web namworld and bai nn tnjtgiiient with the and Miw Eleanor Bucon, of Lexington. cret loJgea," wd ahv, "but mischief only ed Damitt. If hIio is Uko most women, Courier-Journto write it luttora from Don't forawt tho entertainment is at the bottom of it all." Sho occupies her husband will have occasion to use India, Afrlo, Palestine ami Ktirop. Ilia Thnrstav n.jJ.t at the Bantitt clior. b. a brick mansion and baa never become hor burnamo very frequently, unleea ho paper, As the adnil-)iowill only be 2.i cents t acquainted with the fact that secret is slow to auger nd thlnke twice before first letter appears In Sund-ty'lodgea have paid over $250,000,000 for bespeaks. Honolulu, Oct. SO, aud U a most is hopd a Urgtt audience will be dated interesting description of the mntmora It will m a good way ta the relief of aufierinv; humanity for tho Mr. William H. Carrier, cashier of and customs of the Ilawoiians. giving tho ts relief of brothers. Fraternity means in- tho Manchester Bank, and Misa Lula LuKiv. J, M, Hraci Irtdt Sunday mornbrethren a good attendance. deed a great deal. cas, also of Manchester, were marred at LaFnycttu Clark'n trial Saturday ing and night preached two erv nhUt "Your news gatherer has been bo that place last week. Mr. Carrier is an in an acquittal tho jury soon busy for tho past mouth that no timo oxcellent young business man, while and Inatrtiotlve sermon here. lie is ono of tbo very beet Baptist preschoro in agreeing upon a vordlot. It will bo re- ha been found to write," said your reg his brido bears the distinction of being tho Stato and there is n btroug probabil- membered that Clark was tried for rob- ular correspondent, Mr. J. A. Hammond, ono of tho prettiest girls in the mounity that be will be called as the pastor of bery, which occurred laat August. The iu your last issue. I cm verify tho tains. May they live long and be happy. this church, The members of the con- Uvfjur for the defense we Letcher Ows- truthfulness of hia statements, for in exMr. William S. Elkin, of Atlanta, gregation are oow undertaking to rnlet? a ley and in addition to the Common- change for his excellent stock of general formerly of Lancaster, nnd Miea Good-wsufficient salary to gtit him for three Sun- wealth's Attorney,. W. I. Williams was merchandise, he takes anything from a Sapp, of Thomasville, Ga., wire days in the month. Elbubethtown employed by R II. Batuon. pig to a pair of mules, from a duck to a married last week. The groom is a eon H. B. Xorthcott, ono of tho turkey 1,000 barrels of corn. He la business of Capt. T. A. Elkin aud is a prosperous News. The preachers at Mt. Sterling have denials hero hae slaughtered up to this from tbo word go, Is unusually obliging druggist in tho Gato City, the brido a adopted a novel means of reaching tho timo 1,200 turkeyH, payiug 5J. cts por and an gentleman. Tho peo- handsome and winsome young lady of masses. Last court day they assembled pound, and Mr. Butler Fox, who ie also ple generally have an abiding confidence the same city. Mien Mattio Elkin, of e stepa and by singing engaged in tho same businers, has killed in hi ji and regard him as the noblest Garrard, was maid of honor. on thu several familiar aongs, attracted a crowd, 1,000 this season, paying the same. The work of the Great Ruler an honest OF A L0CL MATURE. whloh they invited inside and then ono business ia not only quite a aourco of man. One can seldom, if ever, go to hia of the number preached an effective revenue for our citizens, but it is an aid place of busineeH without finding a crowd They have a Doodle Bug Society at sermon. Tho plan was so successful that financially to eomo of tbo colored race, and it is only a question of time about Barbourville. they will mko tbo services a feature of some of the more brisk of whom are bis becoming a millionaire. Srbtaw. A railroad Is to be built from Big able to pick as many as 26 turkeys a court days. Creek Gap, In Bed county, to Norton, A Suggestion. Rev. 0. 0. Olino sectus to have struck day. Va. Whereas, Tho President of the United Tho friends and relatives of Mr. Bon a snag at lnat. Ho declined to notice Charles Young Bhot and killod T. O. Charles 0. Moore, the hoathon editor of Dnnnrogret very much to hear of tho States and tho Governor of Kentucky Norvilleat Fariston, while drinking and tbo Blue Grass Blade, whereupon tho sorious accident that befel him last havo set apart tho 2Sth day of the pros made his escape. ent month for a general acknowledgelatter publlohos un open letter in whloh week. LBt Thursday while ho wao Tho L. A. O.'a have arranged anothbin cousin, Mr. F. L, Austin, in ment of God's infinite goodness towards er g.iue with Centra College to take he uses Borne salty language and closes ss follows: I would not, uuder ordinary painting the new Pleasant Grove church un bs a people and as there is no public place November 30. circumstanees, assail Prof. Clino'a char the p.ank upon which he was Etaiiing response from us as tho citizens of StanA. Fold's clothing store, G. W. Robacler, but I do not b!ievo that he will jpivsi way ami he was precipitated to tho ford, Therefo7o wo auggest that evory erta' hai noes score aud other property publish that ho lft Daughter's College grouud with n great deal of forc. At family, who recognizing tbo goodness of burned at HarroJsdurg, los about atllarrodsburg, not lcn Blnce, with a rlret it was fwiritd ho ws fatally hurt, God, In tbo giving of evory good and perfectly oloar reputation, and if he doa but while ha ws found to be badly perfect gift, do upon that day after the Fielden Wnrren, 75, and David reception of the good things in store for 82, died near Eubanks last week. bo I may investigate and publish seme bru sd etlll he waa coualderml fortunate in having no born broken. things. He them, -- contribute through their respec- Tbo latter dropped dead while currying a Elder J. T. bharrartl preaohtKl his will be confined to bin (mkI for eume tive hoai to a fund to bo placed in the horeo. hands of a committee and by said farewell sermon at Old Union, lust Sun time. Judge W. W. Jones, of Columbia, Mew . W. A. and T. J. Price bold 21 several of ib to be used during tho winter has decided not to allow his uame to go d ly. After the T. B. Wither at Set. T. J. mouths in relieving the suffering poor of before tho republican caucus for U. S. oillaers of the church undo short Hpveoti-e- s shout to Conn, Jr , Bold 95 ho,ja to Jomes A. Wo further suggest Senator. testlfing to thu high regard in which our community. at 3c , average 200 lbs. Mr. E. LI. that said corumttteo be compos ad of be was huld nnd the splendid work ho J. The eeat of T. S. Ward, republican had noeompllBbed there In two years and Walker bought live oattlo from E.I. and B Paxtou, Joi- McGl&ry, John Aben, rjprosontative-elec- t from Boll county, N. B.Price, prico 3c, average lbs. Joj. Sevorauco and W. D. Tardiil, prin- ii to be contested by Howard, who wsb that It was with sincere rgrot that they nceflpt"d bis reaiguatlou and consented Mr. Sum Anderson Bold 2 hclfera to Capt. cipal of colored school. Submitted. me independent candidate. R R. Nobu to give him up. Said one: "Tharo feuot T. A. Elkin at 2Jc. Ebb Scott sold 15 Eagles are getting plentiful in this s to James A. McOarlov at 3c, n disjentlng voice In thu congregation in bo; section. One weighing 11 pounds and Wmt thk Si'Irjts. Alr.Jauiea Elmore bought regrd to ualllug you for another year. measuring seven feet from tip to tip, was Widow Ia that you Ja mtt? your now fouud frlouda of Frank Turner 3 cattle for 00. W. A. We pny that killed in Madison county last week. Husband -- Yes it is. What do yon may prove as true to you as thoeo you and T. J. Prico bought of J, Frank Ins understood that Col. E. II. Preacbersvillo, 11 yearling cattle want now.? leave behind." Puia Kentuckian. Gaithcr, of the second regiment of State for $2J0. J. B. Collier sold 23 ehoata to Widow Aro you happy, James? Guards, has, in deference to tho requett Hu8b!ind Happier than I ever waa on Johnson, C. James A, McCarley at 2Jc, average 01 U. Putcnruudlnoua of many friends, asked that his resigns oarth. Misoreoordt Moacham and E. Piurlbuo lbs. W. A. Price bought of Mr. Hnva tlon bo held up, Widow-Whe- re are you Jamee7 Walton will have to look to their laurels two yearling cattle for S50. W. A. and In Madisou, Frank Dickerson shot Husband-I- n boll. since tbo perpetration of tho following in T. J. Prico uleo sold 4 yearling cattlo to Albert Kidwell threo times, ouce in the tbo Coving Record: "Dabs la again free. J, B. Collier at $20 per head. Tho railroads will combine to forco groin and through each lung, Thoy bad Mits Mamie Noel hai returned from His continued freedom Defends on hia tho Pullman Oar Company to make low- a difficulty Unt Saturday and met and respect for tho law." Oovlugton Com- a visit to her grandmother, Mrs. Mary er rates, at least so far as the upper renewed tho quarrel. Dickinson has Noel, of D an villo. M Iss Altlo and B ssio monwealth. berths aro concerned. The rates aro too killed oneothor man and a woman and Tho report of tho postmaster goneral Marksbury returned Friday from the high for both, but an upper shouldn't Kidwell had ono murder to his credit. Bhows tho receipts of tho postofllce de- Southern Expoaitlon. Mies Fannlo Wal- command half what a lower does. Out of Col. W. O. Bradley's fa,nily consists partment during the last fiscal year to lace Is visiting in Gormnntown, 0. Mrs. the 173,370 milea of railroads In tbo Unit of a wife and one child, a grown daughhave been 170,171,000, and tbo expendl-ture- s W. N. Bush will opond Thanksgiving ed States, the X'uiimau uompany runs ter. Mrs. Bradley was Mies Margaret R. J80, 700,172. Moat of tho deficlen- - with her daughts , MIn Eaganla, who is its cars over 127,000 miles, It owns and Duncan, daughter of Dr. B. F. Duncan, nnmirriwi iliirlDi tlie first quarter of a student tula year at Bdaomont College. oporates 2.5S3 sleeping, parlor and din- of Lancaster. Col. Bradley was married tho year, the revouues having Increased Mrs. John Ribbon, and little daughter, ing cars. July 11, 1807, when a little more than 20 from Louisville, are guesls of her moth-etoward tbaoud of tho yoar. The last census shows that tbero aro years of age. Two childreu were born Mra, Oaeo Huffman. Captain James A Calilornian has constructed a In tho United States 1,235 women to him, hut his only eon died as he was btcycle principle which vill Douglass and faintly, of Jolico, Tenn., preachers, 203 lawyers, 4,555 physicians entering manhood n few years ago. Hia on tbo contain ulno poraonsliand swbich, it ia were gurss last wook of airs. Margaret and Burgeoiib; but in these numbers only daughter, Miss Christine, is now coma few are college women. The law, min- pleting ber education at Hamilton Feclaimed, will cover;a mllo lnJ20 Beconda. Ago. Miai Fiorenco Jenkins, of "uon- is a visitor of her cousin, Miss istry and journalism show especially few Tho now machinoula called the male College, Lexington, Ky. Maude Robinson. Miss Fannlo Frazee, college .graduatss. oplet." At Maysvllio William Sons was givBaby Turkey "Mamma, do wo celeThomas Jpnea, whlte,.was shot and tho popular guest of Miea Margaret loaves for her homo In brate thanksgiving?" en two years iu the pen for stealing a East Nashville by John Hale, s killed at Halo Maysvllio. Miea Msry Miller Is being Mamma Turkey "No, my dear; but chicken, whilo Hord Louhrldgo was only neRro. Jonea remonstrated with for beating two negro women and for his entertained by her nun, Mrs. W. S. Mil- if we're lucky wo will celebrate the day given a year for seriously shooting a man ler, of Knoxville, Tenn. Mr. Mike Ken- - after." Judge. without provocation. obsceno langunge. ! A Splendid Assortment or .? TOOTH BRUSHES; i HAIR BRUSHES, AND COMBS. Window Glass in all sizes. pro-im-- m PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Stanford, Ky Mid-dleab- oro cij Tb Okies Wheeler Emponra. War to the Knife. Prices Lower Than The Lowest, Your money never wooldbuy as much as at present, . reached the for; ' m Englo-manandother- n. we hjive ; Jt-gus" y Climax of Low Prices. JFchave but one desire, that is to show you goods and quote you Bed Rock Prices. Temple of Eeoraornv 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 1 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 Tail ors, of Chicago. Others may lead but you will never find us distanced more than a throat lacth. See? Highest market price for produce. CHAS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. al - n Bap-tto- ed 'tta."tl A Steel Range yn and 4 ees of Ware for $ 5TS.nethinr New."a Pie-- 5. d court-hous- W. H. WEAKEN & CO. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in JSTC.1 Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, J. H. BA.UOUMAN. I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices, S. H. BAUGHMAN. Es-ta- s, STANFORD ROLLER MILLS Make the Best Grades of Floor and Meal Try lomc of our brands and you wilt h'lve no other diurw - com-tnitto- Me-Carl- ey Fancy Patent No i, Alpiao Snew, Fancy Family, Utile of Lincoln aud Creole. - SEED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, RYE ol all kinds, mixed and crushed to order Corn, Rye, ShipstaST, Oats, XI Our Specialties-Ks- ds and Dran. Remember all Feed orders mutt bu accompanied with thu cash Address cr call on ar-le- 1,0-1- y aver-Hg4l7ll- bs. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO., Proprietors, Stanford, Ky. Pet-tus.o- f Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Ready-mad- e or made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any man. . H. ; J. . ; M'ROBERTB. H..RUPUSY,-- r, ma-cbl- ue Dan-vill- e, Jtn-nlng- ?, It deceiving' His to-d- ay FALL : AND : WINTER t Guarantee : GOODS. call' Goods Warrantcdjxnd a PerlcctT (fc'GIve me nV, iw.4-3- ii, ,', jj.jju-'x-- 3- - ' es & - .tjt .' ' ,Vk ., . A. $ f ? I IV I Several crops of tobacco sold at Lanm uir,w In a nimsou ue caster yesterday at 8 to 0J cents all ocrata, 37; populists, 8. There will be one cau3e his business waa so dull ho could around. vacancy in Delaware. To this Dupont not mako a living. Dan Holman sold nt Lancaster yea Stanford, Ky., November 20, 1895 will probably be admitted, giving the reWhile attempting to ford Cumber-lau- d terday a bunch of calves at 3c and a iI publicans 43. The two Senators to be river at Pond Ferry, Tenn., Miss bunch of heifers at $17 50. elected from Utah will give thorn 45, or Nora Work, Thomas Davis and David The wheat harvest of tho world for W. P. WALTON. Another gala week for the Economical' at The just oue-ha- li the complete Senate of 00 Oollens were drowned. 1895 ii calculated to bo about 100,000- ,members. So it will bo seen that they Standard Oil Company baa ac- 000 bushels less than that of 1891. The Thk Hanover, Va., Herald, whose edi- can not control (the body without tho quired several rival interista in West Reward for return of lost mare, tor ought to read the Intkhioii Journal vote of at least one populist, the presid- Virginia, Pennsylvania and Now Jersey brown, 1CJ hands high, two scars on left clo8or and abeorbsomo of ite sound money ing officer being a democrat, the vico- - at an outlay of $2,500,000. fore leg. V. H. Parsons, Stanford. principle, copies a parnsraph from it preaidont. They will however have ev- Col. Fitzgerald, tho New York resThero were about 60 cattlo on mar- The Feast continues. Look in any direction and the eye rcst upon stating that Hardin ran ahead of the erytum thoirown way in March 1S97, taurant man, who was arrested for dress ket at Lancaster yeaterday. A few butch- an elaborate price feast. Not a single item, big or little, gets away ticket in every county but ono in the for Ohio, Maryland and Kentucky will ing his waiter girls in bloomers, boa sued er ntnff Rolrt nt L'lc. Heifers ?13 to from the price reduction. Each department adds its quota of cocccp. State, to prove that bla freo silver falla- each contribute a Senator to Bwell their the city for S10.000 damages. $1C tional values. To take you throuch the store in this announcment cies had nothing to do with his failure of majority. Fred Pickard, n boy living near Alex Tho Adfocate says that Ruben election. Wo have said more than once andrin, Iud , committed suicido on ac- Gentry won prizes in 11 out of 17 shows showing the countless ways, Sksators Morgan nnd Pugh are siid to count of a montiil trouble cnueed by of hia Berkshire hoga at the Atlauta Ex but we will say it again and finally that for be doing in Alabama what Blackburn hue exceepivo cigarette smoking. Hardin ran ahead of his ticket position. the same reason that Bradley ran ahead done in Kentucky, utterly demoralized Two weeks after Robert and John Fred P. Bishop eold to J. M. Sallies of hia the ignorance of the voter, who tho democratic party in that State by McCord, twins, celebrated their 85th of Boyle, 100 barrels of corn in the field Would be and endless task. We take those nearest at home, leaving it seems will never be ablo to catch on to forcing tho ailvor question. It is strauge birthdaj nt Versailles, Ind., John died at $1 25. He sold to W. P. Carson 60 at that these Sonatorial bosses do notliwn and tho other is not expected to live. your good judgment to urge a visit early this week. the miserable BjBtem of ballot voting same price. In every county, and there were 50 o some sense. Experience seems to teach W. Billings, a lawyer at Robert Lee, . Hamlin's uUble in Knid to have won more in this, there were voters who them nothing and the downfall of Brice, Texas, tied a stono about hia neck and $50,000 this year. In it wore such win thought that it was necessary to stamp Gorman, Hill and Blackburn carries no jumped Into a dcop hole filled with nera bb Robert J., Star Palmer and both under the device and in the square lesson to them. Truly thero are none eo The suicide waa caused by poverty. Nightengale. Fine quality, plain or ribbed opposite the first name in order to in blind as those who will not see. OmcIo won at Lexington Friday Tho baby cirl born to the Czarina clude the whole ticket. Btllota so mark Empress cf Russia if she Jim Gentry should havo kept hlrn an- black cashmere, value' 25c, 15c for Tna democrats will be mighty lone- Friday will be home knit socks I5c, ed were only counted for the head, when some in lives and has no brothers. Should that other week. He waa a hot favorite and week. the next House. Twonty-foblack and gray cashmere 20c, have- been credall on the ticket should Extra quality of Fast Black worth 8tates will have no democrats among happen she will be the first ruling Em waa always in front. 35c, Coyle, Kennedy A Co., are killing Fleece lined Cat ited. Others thought that a cross in the their representatives, preBS sinco Catherine the Oreat. Hose, value 40c, while all the terrijfirst square was all that was necessary to tories have solid republican tho moro ednca about 1,600 turkeys daily and giving em- this week Statistics show that Of delegations. 25c. MEN'S UNDERWEAR. the lees ant she is ployment to fully 100 perRons, says the include the whole tickot. For theso rea- Only four States, ir Ladies, Misses and Children's! rraux .wTSwrinaWvjvr-wrX?Alabama, Arkansas tion a woman receive sons Hardin ran 7,000 and Bradley 8,000 Florida and Georgia, fully 40 per cent of college wo Richmond PanUgraph. A good heavy ribbed suit never nuucu nose worth 10 now 5c. have solid demo to marry, matrimony or getting Two tobacco barns, with a crop of umtK ahead of their tickets. On a square cratic representatives sold less than 75c, we arc selling and they wont men shunning case may bw. 30, 000 pounds, belonging Henry W. sound money and free silver issue Hardin have them after tho radsget LADIES' UNDERWEAR. them at 50c per suit or 25c per a chance at flhunnod as the would have been as much in tho minori- tho contests. In a fight near Bowling Green wnicn Middleton, in Shelby county, were de Heavy ribbed, fleece lined Union garment. ty 09 the silver men were in tho State originated over tho ownership of n hog stroyed by fire. Loss $5,000, in the Extra heavy fleece lined that is horse- suits s oc, worth Si. A. J. Welch, the convention. Misbry loves company. Bro. Dan. M William Lindsay cut Ben Bullock disem- Ladies' Vests heavy ribbed, considered cheap Si. 50 per suit, completely axe man, Iirb tho best matched pair of mares Bowmar, of the Versailles Sun, says he abdomen with an we arc selling them at Si. The Hon. Gua Wilson, of Louisville, suQered a similar bowling him. He lived but a few hours. in tho country. They aro Miss Bower-ma- n worth 25, we sell them at 15c. experience to ours in who thought he was in it forU. 8. Senaconstitution makers in bouth The and Bermuda Girl and each has a getting left by a train, when he was on provided that the legal record of 2:21. Tuey aro blood bays tor, findB that Dr. Hunter got in hi8 his bridl tour and a groom of only a day. Carolina have of any victim of a lynch- and are bcautio. work against him even in his home diswill therefore be seen that the editor representatives hesitato to express It $2,000 damages br civil trict and ho does not Balea A Wagers shipped Tueeday to of this paper is not the only d. f. in the ing may recover county in which the lynch Jersey City 30 head of export cattle, The newest and his contempt for that kind of business suit from the State. most fashionable material, beautifully made up, and to sy that whatever of strength ho ing occurs. bought of William Jett per July contract ranging in prices from Si. 75 to Si 5. 00. may haye in tho Legislature he will A Madison county, Texas, mob, thirstAt Lexington the State College foot at 4 cents. Richmond Register. The throw to Col. Evans. The desire for of ing for blood, hung the wrong negro the ball eleven defeated tho Louisville Ath- - Bntne paper enys there are still unsold in No person in want of a suit or coat should not fail to attend this most fice has held the republican party tolera other day, doubtless on tho idea that it is InHr ninh tpam bv tho sooro of 10 to 10. Madison 2,000 export cattle. important sale of men's and boy's clothing. Wc have just opened a bly well together in Kentucky, but a di better that 99 innocent men be hung Two men were hurt. On tho same day The October receipts of hoga at Chi- new lot of single and double breasted sack suits, made up from the vision of the pie is already producing than that one guilty Bbould escape. Yalo scored 20, Princeton 10; Peunsyl cago aro the largest on record, while the newest and most fashionable material and very attractive patterns. discord and before a year it will be torn vanla 17, Harvard 14. pricea aro the lowest in the decade. The NEWSY NOTES. to tatters. At least that's the way it Nearly three Inches of rain h& fall- quality nleo was tho poorest, fear of disloaks now even to a man np tree, who en in Louisville since Friday morning, ease having ciused large numbers of unGeorgetown is in the throes of the wish from being tries to keep down and about one inch has been recorded in finished stock to be rushed to market. prohibition fight. The copious rains KnnhA-- n Knnluckv. to the thought. father ZTST., Isinglass, Mr. McCalmont'a great John Eads was accidentally shot and hftwn Alrendv had effect on the Ohio race horse, who is about to be put to tho killed wbilo hunting in Lewis county. A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, It makes a good deal of difference begun to rise Blightly. stud, will command $4,000, tho highest A mob took a negro murderer from liver, which has Georwhether tho victim's skin ia white or T; D. RANEY, Manager. A law baa been passed by the prlco ever asked in England. The$2SG,-92- 0 black in the matter of sentiment. All the jail at Wartburg.Tenn., and lynched gia Legislature requiring all male perhe won during hia career of four of New York is wrought up over the him. ages of 15 and 50 to years waa made in only 12 racea. Branch Stores; Seven boys were buried by the fall sons betweon the prospect of the execution of a whito wo roads five days In each year, work on the The crop of potatoes ia estimated at Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, man who murdered her paramour, but of a bank of sand in Louisville and two or in in lieu of working to pay the coun2S2,000,000 bushels, the world's crop be, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. two negro women were hung at Warren-ton- killed. $1 a day for each of the five ing 3,478.000.000 bushels, an unpreceFire at ABhland destroyed the union ty road fund Ga., Friday, for the murder o the days. dented yield. The price is in many husband of ono of them, and nothing depot and a quantity of railroad freight Treasurer Morgan reporta that the places too low to make it profitable to was said about it, at least in protest. records. revonue of the government dig them, and many acres are being left The grand jury has roasted the fiscal net ordinary Hanging ia about as poor a use as a man fiscal year were $313,309,076, In the ground to rot. for the last or woman can bo put to, but when either court oi layette county, charging exMr. M. W. Curry sold a large quan- Fancy pieces in genuine I Iaviland Limoges, mAr hn vBftr before. The total receipts travagance. Sazcrat Limoges, Gercommits a murder death should be the accounts,' including the public tity of corn at $1.40 per barrel on board John Kelly, of Peru, Ind., ate 12 on all to man goods, Royal Victoria Vases, Dresden Lamps, Bisque Candelapunishment. A woman mean enough total debt, wore $720,510,025 and tho tho cars at Jackson switch. Sines this do a murder is not to good to be hung, cans of oysters on a wager and died with$710,427,157. sale waa madn corn is being offered nt brum, Plates, A. D. Coffee Cups, Plate Sets, Photo Frames, Comb and the sonliment against her execution in three hours. The annual report of the commis- $1.25 a barrel delivered in the crib. Sales and Brush Trays, Genuine Cut Vases, Imitation etc., etc A woman connterfeiter was sent to is a silly ono. revenue bIiowb the to- of hogs at 3.15 and 1,500-l- b cattle at 4J prison at Auburn a year and a half by sioner of internal during tho are also reported in the Uarrodaburg tal receipts from all Bources Tub labor organizations of Ohicago g ve the Federal court. fiscal year to havo been $143,240,077, a Democrat. Eugene V. Debs, tho president of the Oharlita and Henry tichaffer were 13,923,371. There waa a delate A. R. U. on liis discharsa from jail killed by a premature explosion near decrease of Rev. Grlnotead will conduct Thanks-Givin- g crease of $5,390,024 In the revenue from a very remarkable reception and he Kingwood, W. Va. services at McKendree church Which for a Wedding, Birthday or Xmas gift arc u decreaso in the tax on oleo and unequaled and can made a nvst Inflammatory speech A bill haB been introduced in the spirits only be found at the store of margarine, but an increase in omer Thursday. against capital, the. president and the Horse to prohibit the sale of patent Mr. Ethel Stovens, 22 and MiaaiDIra Horns. Federal judiciary. His experience with- medicines in Georgia. Secrotary Carlisle 1ms Ann Waddle, 10, of Crab Orchard, came A medalion of in prison walls has taught him a lesson The general assembly of the Knights been engraved at the Philadelphia mint. down yesterday and had their fortunes if it could bs imot Labor indoraed Mr. Sovereign's boythat it would be well It baa hia head and ono eldo with his linked for better or worpe. pressed on all labor leaders, for be cott of uiitional bank notes. around tho outer edge, while on that he would never Hgtiin lead anAt Center, Ala., Mrs. W. H. Walker name Tho Wlialo niul tho Sprat. other appoars: Representative in Con other strike. It ia his intention now to shot ttnd killed her drunken husband in the As tbt whale iiml Uui pprut apeakor of the Iioubh, gress. Quae tluvvu Ararat, go on the lecture platform, but hall man- order to save horseif and child. u tk4ru to p on n but. They and 50th Congress; Senator, agers should beware of him. Mrs. DuRolle, wife of Mr. GeorgB 4Sth,40th secretary of tho treasury, Of the finest line of Pipes ever shown in Stanford. Bald tha eprst to the vrlMvln, DuRollo, recently elected to the court of "Shall wo travul by rail, March 0, 1893 Blackbohn ehdnrj to have 29 members Appeals bench, diod at Louisville. Or would you prefer Jant on uttomoon for The Now York World shows that in of the Legislature, who will 6tand nail?" Fire at Chicago, destroyed J350.0CJ New Jersey, In Stationery, Toilet Articles and Druggist Sundries. him till hell froez-'- over and then fight worth of propnrty, burned five llremou the clx States of New York, Bald the wlmlw to th wynit, Marvlaud. Ohio, Pennsylvania and Ken- "I riioulil much prufVr Uuit. on the ice. Hi3 friends also claim that and fatally injured threo other persons, tucky 460,000 democrats, compared with The land nhvayo uialiM ln utf HkJt u."N oat." 6omo of the fruo Bllver republicans will Over 0,000 now buildings have been tho lost preoideutial poll, did not vote at Said the eprot to the wbula; vote for him, but that ia even more wild "Will you huv a oockUll erected in Louisvillo during the past tho late electing. The republican Compounded from newfdrugs and chemicals by an experienced pharin hardly a than the first claim. Thero To tone uj your nyttUttnl 7ci knii nvthor oggregate 333,000 yeir at a coat of nearly a million dollars. in those Statoo pala." will bo electpossibility that a democrat macist. exGov. Brown has pardoned Robert So that the democratic ed U. S. Senator, but In the event there Said the whulo to th? Hjirut, pluralities 133,000 IIVC'IR-OIBIEIRT"I nm Kt'Ul'itf too fat, is, Blackburn ouuht to he out of tho Ogawell, sent from Shelby county for ceeded the republican I am drinking too much. Uit I ain't ruatxt one year for ahootina at Robert Darling- The republican voto fell off 78,000 in question. He succeeded in shaking tlmt." Druggist, Stanford, Ky. It New York and Pennsylvania. dawn the tower of democracy in Ken- ton. Then tho bjiml nnd tho whalo four States. Threo of tho delegates to the Sout h 92,000 in th othr ought to be forever buried tucky nnd he Iiml another oooktall, Carolina constitutional convention have And nevun.1 uthum, nnd thon Uy VxJc ulo. iu the debris. TRADE HEMS FARM AND died since it convened a couple of months So tho whalo nnd the hpmt Thoy pliiyul tit for tat bio ago. Gov. Brown has at last issued -- John Goocb sold to Jeese Lynn nine From thu Htraltt of Dollo Irilo to the nnt Tho Carnegie Iron Company's fur shouts at 3s. ThaukBgiving proclamation, but it is arctic Int. a nsrhinctory performance. Like nace at Johnson City, Tenn., was sold George P. Bright sold to Montie Fox Till Kjirat said to whale, Seedingjtime is now right at hand; we have a large"stock "Do lot me pruvall tho rest of uahe doesn't feel vory thank for 120,000. It cost $150,000 five years 45 export cattle at 4c. of On j our dolioato etomaott with totwt undo ago. ful for some things and it is hard for him Bread and Butter is the name of a quail." John Preston died at Paintsville, atallion owned up East. to "tend like" ho does. Two weeka from "My dear Mr. Sprat, governor will surrender whereupon his wife, who waa ill, comthe Rubenstoin, 2:00, won every race ho I raally am Rrat lflod ut your oiler." Sodownthny bothflu. the reins of government and become mitted suicido by drinking a pint of vin- started in this season. a back number. Sic transit gloria mundi. egar. a sheep ranch In Texas iimbracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle Enid tho sprat to tho whalo, Thero is Two negroes outraged a negro girl which contains 40.000 acrea. "1 ndinlro your tall; His star seta ami Bradley's rises. In the nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and I Hhould think It would bo cf euoh uao in main he hsa done his duty well. May near Henderson and were pursuod. Re ' our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is examine H. O. Jowett has eold his stock farm gulo." getting of his successor four fusing to surrender, they were shot to nearXiagara Falls for $105,000. the same, ba said short and wc are offering special inducements to close out a nice line Said tho whalo to tho xprot, death. that Star Painter years hence. Ed Geera thinks "I udiniro your chat-- So of Buggies and Surreys. imm Information from Chinese source will be the pacing king next year. charming I hardly know whoro I am fi. otlicaru are getting is that the quen of Corea and 30 of her TnB retiring State "The ixoplo all quail Josiah Bishop sold to George S. W. L. WITHLRS, Salesman. When I wallop my tall, up a rep as fighters. Gov. Brown and a female attendants were soaked in oil and Shelby 18 feeders averting 1.125 pounds And I thrash tho harpootiooi lib olnff clerk came uear having a sot-t- o and now burned. with u Uall. nt3Jc The L. & N. will abandon the lease Secretary of State Headley ia said to have Matt Martin sold to Leer Bros, 47 lay tho Bona Out "I gone for u man named Brand with a knife, of the Cumberland and Ohio branch be- cattle, averting 1,100 pounds, at S3 GO As a crumpled doormat, Or churn them 'all up llfco tho froth la it d d scoundrel. Tho tween Bloomfield and Shelbyvi'le, on after calling him a Midway Clipryr. vat. -- California is behind tho times. Thb whole sot atoms to bo in bad humor since Decomber 31, "Tho ww hi my poll, A Georgia mob is reported to have faatest mile trotted in that State this STANFORD, KENTUCKY, the election and no wonder. It is tough Tho shlntflo and sliato Aro thu dreg-- j when I uhako It to boo If it1 luclf oure, to have to let go the public cut the throat of a colored school teacher, year waa 2:11, by lago btalo." The full meeting of the Kentucky teat and become a common, every day who was charged with botraying his fe i.,Unr, nt I.fixinaton baa been ex male nealstant. "Dear mo," mid tbo sprat, man. "That'n nil vory pat. The Courier Journal's Washington tended to November 30 Cut urun't you ofruld you will talk through Mil. Waltbu Fokkestbb, managing ed- correspondent shows that out of a total your hatt" 1 will Boll at the King eale Friday and of 101 democrats, 58 are for free silver, next 300 barrola of corn and 000 Bhocks itor of the Louiavillo Commercial Thon tho high dudgeon whalo Flew off on a trail. Col. Bradley's right hand man during tho 41 are for sound monoy and seven of fodder. F. P. Bishop. And be rounded tho Horn with a flip of hU doubtful. Of the seven doubtful, five ehoat weighing campaign, was up Sunday to see the uYKD.-Blauk tnll. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an incidently to talk office are thought to favor free silver. Has white spot on and about 115 pounds. artistic Said tho cutollttlo uprat, At Chicago a man placed a roDe forehead. M. F. Elkiu. v w. 0uai "" w..,M, is said that the editor will 01 tnemost fastidious, in .hisg with him. It "I am woll out of that!" work. for his pair And ho winked to hlmtolf as be tied hli be satisfied with the office of insurance around tho neck of his mistrees and J T. Hocker refused $200 cravut. H. KINLEZ MR. to hanged her te a inu'lea" tho other day. This is the best He Bat calmlv of rnrnmiasoner. a email enough reward FEIRTER Biles Carman In Life. i by and saw her die. Has charge of our Painting Department. bo sure for hia valiant services. price we havo heard offered. Atercia icMI-Week- ly U. 8. Senate.'which convoneB next( Oarl Schrador, n mvava a Interior Journal (Thkwill Ptand: Republicans, 42j detn- - cemetery at PUteburg, Kinio hung ANOTHER GALA WEEK ! LOUISVILLE STORE ! YOU CAN SAVE $$ wa-to- r. Ladies' Hosiery. Men's Half Hose. All-wool, --I ur - well-kno- wn OAFJB3S AKD JACKETS THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STA1TFOHD, IMPORTED : CHINA Cut-glass, ! RICH ELEGANT DECDR1T10NS tlo-clar- od 1877-1S9- fo-l- t 1890-189- 3; he JeweBer, WINDOW DISPLAY I UMilK;; 1 piu-raliti- PRESCRIPTIOITS I ZB S, stay-at-hom- WJj evi-den- tlv ii LOOK HERE Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c. St. Asaph Carriage & 'i 1 Co, MERSHON GREER, "Proprietors. ct -Su- Horse Shoeing and Biachsmithing of ail Kinds. E. ' '"" gas-je- t. IIS SIFBEIESGED Give us a trhl ' 1 4- - - A .ff r Olotiiinq is gong at about cost at .m-Week- ly Interior Journal 2U. 1895 Stanfobd, Kt., November E. C. Walton, Business Manager Don't you need boiiio knlveo, forks or spoons? Ittunoniiiur overyihliiR koi-- ot reduced priced. A beautiful selection of rlriKs too. Oomo and look them over. Penny'a Drujr und Jnwelry Store. PERSUHA. POINTS, 'MibsNiLLiu Dillon, of Lancaotor, vieltliiK the Mieera b'truub. ia spend tho winter iu Fort Worth, Tuzab Jin. ami Miia. Matt Woodbom ami children, of Middleaboro, are at Mr. O. J. Grow 'a, Mr. amd Mitn. MK. J. TltOMAH ClIIKItY, ttlO llUBtllllK Droadlurv) merelmnt, wbb here Saturday. Mita. I.ihda Uaydkn Irlt Saturday to J. A. Doty, of Garraid, returned Saturday from tho Atlanta exposition. Mita. J. II. Tuhnkk. of Nicholasville, Id visiting her parent, Uov. und Mrs. W. S. Grlnatead. Mk. 0. 8. Nikli), of Grays, is tho (meet of her Bister, Mrs. T. D. Lincoln, at 1,410 Garvin Place, Louisville. Dr. K. P. Hkndkii is at tho Myers Homo relieving ButfcrltiK humnuity by his system of paiiilres dentistry. Mk. J. II. Vaniiook, of McKlnney, went up to llroadhead Sunday to sen hia auut, Mrs. J. li. Woodyard, who is very low. Mijbks Katik Lkk Yuaciku and Annio Brace, two beautlea from Boyle, wero here Saturday accompanied by Green-ber- ry Bright, Jr. Mm. J. Flkck Kuuinzo writes us from Oolumbut, Gu., toseud his paper there, lie has not failed to Npend the winter in Georgia for many years. It is wild to bo n Btrclnlit tip that Gov. Bradley's private secretary will bo Mr. Kthelbert Dudley Srott, his handsome youm; nephew nf this place. Hon. D. B. Kdmmton came down Saturday and took Mro. Kdmiston back to Crab Orchard. Shu haa been In the hospital hero and noes home much improved. JcixixStm'HUx Bulcii wun as low ft6 he could be whn we went to press last night, with no hopes of his recovery. Brain clot nud paralysis are doing their deadly work. T. 0. Adams, of the Hlchmond Pantn-grapwants to bo clerk of tho railroad commission, and ho la about as much deserving ot a piece of the pie as any man we know of. Miss KsstR Btmca camo in from Nashville Sunday night to attend the bed side of her father. Mrs. S. A. tlig genu and Mrs. Jobu Buchannan, of Grab Orchard, are alao here. Mk. lIoiiACK BaowN nnd wife are tret ting on nicely in Seattle, Wash. Tliey board at tho Victoria Hotel and Mr. Brown has a lucrative position with th Diamond Ice and Storage Co. Mips Lola Ruxk has sent invitations to her friends lwre to a randy pulling to bo given at her homo 07 E. Short street, Lexington, Thanksgiving, from 8 to - v. M. The luillm wilt drew in blue calico. BldkkJ.T Siiauiuckii will preach at the Christian church next Sunday morning and night. Tim reoeplinn to be given him by the Indiea is postponed unti rOhih time in Dueuiber.of which dtienoi h, !- makmkwmk9mmmmmhmmmm Youn property ehould bo protected by lHAVKleftmy accounts with W. a. Shanks'. n policy is6Uod by Jeaso D. Tribblo for collection. Please call and Wearen. . aettle and save cobIp. P. W. Green. Bootb and ahoea in great variety, at Shanks'. Tub Centre CollogeGleo Club ia arYkstkkday was all sorts of a day and A nick lino of juclceta auit wraps, nt ranging to appear at Walton's Opera was morp like March than November. House, Doc. Oth. The warm wind was very strong in tho btiankB'. morning, but ceased with tho rain that n TiiANKShiviNo StiAva. Go to Skk our new stock of pipes. Croig A came pouring down at 2 o'clock. A Cain's parlors und get it early Uuy where you can find the tiociccr. - " and avoid the rush. Tub good rain that fell Saturday and Hilton carries full atock of all kinds of d I.NsoHE your property with Jesse D, Sunday was a to the Water merchHndite. Wcareu and you will get a policy in tho Works as well aa to everything else. 9 The woter had gotton so low that tho Lawks' and gentlemen's mackin- - bBt of companlte. railroad company bad been aBked 9 toshes, at Shanka'. Kvkiiythino you need for Thanksgiv- hold up from supplying its engines. to at coat at Craig & Hooker's ing, turkeys, oysters, celery, cranberries, Mr. W. M. Lackey celebrated his 80th While many are talking hard times we have been busy looking for castiRtore. lit guaranteed. &c. FarrisA Hardin. the birthday yreterday in a royal dinner, at best goods ynd hammering down prices so you might make your Go to Hilton'B, Junction City, for Bait LKAVsyour orders with Higgine & which wero his brother, Col. DeLaney money (if you have but little) buy a great deal. We are glad to tell at ji.ou lor eoven bnshel barrel. McKlnney for your Thanksgiving tur- Lackey and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Woodson you that t . " opt- efforts have been crowned with success. key, cranberricu and celery. Ballow end Mr. Samuel Lackey, of Come and exH Gar iho goon in cntrn of town for rent. Apply at this olllce. Pay your taxes this month bofore tho rard, Mr S.E. Lackey, of Gallatin, Term.. amine our prices on Capes, Jackets, Dress Goods, Underwear, Hos-ieiCol T. P. Hill, Dr. J. F.Pyton, Rev. s! Canton Flannels, Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, and be convinced that PjtLsciuiTiONS Hccurrttely and cheaply olx per cent, ia added and your property M. Logan, Mr. and .Mrs. John J. McRob we have been trying to help you out ia advertised. T. D. Newlaud, Sherifl. and not making times harder by filled at Oraii: ifc HockiVn cash Btore, oris and a number of local relatives. The talking it. old gentleman was in fine spirits and Wkiibimo presents in great varlotr tnd Wk will open to day 26 new and sty, and hia liindeomo wife Hat at the the lowest prices at Danks, the jeweler ishcipi-p- . Prices and styles are correct. head and foot of the heavily laden and -Wk aro selling guns at cost to closo out Come bofo'o stock is broken. Severance beautifully arranged lahlo they presented a picture of genuine contentment. our stock. Craig A: Hocker'a cah store. it Sou. r a"Our stock is larger and more complete than at any time this thn illmirtr hnrl hnnn tlin....i.i.. mi- w,.. .uuiuuKiujf ... Season. Dainty bits of China the genuine arLook out for Hilton'B display of Xmaa joyed the guests Bhortly afterwards took goods. Ho will bo in time. Savo your ticle at extremely low prices are now being tdiown by our leading jeweler, niru unpniiure wiiii many wisnes lor money. still loncer life for ....,., T.a.v, una i.o.i i.t him unu 1,10 Danks. OURyears unusually prolonged and conA nick lino of fancy vestlnga samples, Lost. Pocket-boocontaining notes gratulations to the two who have spent at Shanka'. Have you ono ordered and .. . .1 acd thresher accounts. Liberal reward H...I. Il... - t bo in the swim. moir iivuaui) nappny lOgPtner. if returned to Mr. J. T. Uoltzciaw, Gilt i. Foh SALK.-desirable residence on bert's Creek, Ky. NEW ADVERTISEMENT. Uppor Main street. Call on or address 9 TiURvr.s broke into the 0. S. depot at Dr. Hugh Held. Is now in full blast. The greatest opportunity ever offered in Central and robbed it of a lot of I am eolling seasonable bund eawed goodp unsigned to L. G. Gooch & Son. Kentucky. lumber for lees money than you pay for Loci' arties are suspected. of.tockNo. 33 issued by the Fatman 5 if knob lumber. A. 0. Sine. junk and Trust Company of Stanford, Ky , to To You. I will be found in my shop A. Spooniroore lias btcn lo$t. All person! an n,ti8i ft not to purchase 59 Head our "b.g nd." in thin iaeue. It in A. 0. Sine's lumber yard from now on certificate, aiiftheydo.liw.lt or Invest in said be at thc.r own rUk- will intereat you. Kvery article aold roady to do any and all kinds of carpenJ Z SPOONAMOItK, For the Heirs with a strict guarantee. Danks, tho Jew- ter's work. A. C. Alford. Worth of stuff to go at cost. Now 3 ycur time. Come while stock eler. is well assorted and you can find what you want. Clothing, Banquet. The Iodge Maccabees banBoots, queted a doz-- or moro of the members Shoes, Hats, Dress Goods, White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, NapFor Salk. Hotel nud Ht Good location and doing nice of that order from Junction City at Odd kins, Towels, Table Linens, Gloves, Hosiery, Ribbons, Ladies' and Lincoln Circuit Court. Fellows' Halt Saturday afternoon and businebs. Address P. W. Green, Gents' Underwear, White and Colored Shirts. Everything goes. had a royal timu. Ky. firBt-cIa- ss V Where to Buy. G-ood- Wilk-ineo- God-sen- m m - - The Largest Stock. The Newest The Lowest Prices. - store-room- m m y, a-- ho SEVERANCE & SON. -- Af-ta- n !. k Our m m Wayii-fcliu- rg LOST, GREAT SALL! ipXj 1 ""'' bar-roo- m Commissioner's Sale D. B Mc-Kinn- Uqd w!IUmi:iy!i. Trim , Mb S. K. Lack by, of Gallatin, A ... cauu up to so "" 'athsr pen the SQtii miia poet on thu journey of life. HIh wlfij, whshM bwn in b.ul health for some time, was unable to b rtrtJHtnt, much to the regret n( hII her friends. Hon. Samuv.1. Wamd, of Livingston, was here Saturday o!otetU with the re publican leaden", to bcttle upon what pie of chicken he will nek for. Ho in lug enough to hold down n great deal bigger oltte than ho will get, wo fenr. Job Ft Waikiw, who has bten eon neeted with the Intdxiok Jouiinal orHO many ears, resigned his position lnet week to become organizer for tho Knights Cincinnati Post. of MacoHbei.. Tho Post is mistaken. Mr. Waters haa not resigned, but ho received a lotmr y o ttrday from Mr. J 0. Jouts at Pinoville, Rbklng if bo would accept a position on the new democrats paper to be started at Middlebboro. Miia. W. M. Briout atteuded the , mnr- Van-Dere- n, ritgoof hercloPH-mate- Mies Muttio Bon Xlr of Lexington. Of tho 14 young ladles who graduated nt Daughter! College iu 1853, Mtss Bouta ia tho flth to marrv. One is dead and tho other four aro satisfied that Pnul was right when he wroto: ''They tbat marrv do well, but that marry not do Ijetter." Two of tho marriages occurred this mouth, Miss Lirzio Twldwell'fl being tho other. ti, at Harrodpdurg, to Mr Frank lUi Madam Occulta fistcr and MiBa Dollie Williams lky, her are making k triumphant tour through Texan. At Houston, Miss Dollio was Riven a handsome reception by h hollo of that city who was h echoohnate. Tho reception was preceded by a box party, tho boxes being decorated with chrysanthemums, and tho IndlfH carrying bouquets of the same lloworn. At the house tho gnesta of honor wero the thre'e beautiful musicians, who were overwhelmed with attonliona bv the admiring Toxons. CITYANUVIT.INITY. S2K Danks' window display. 111 Hilton, lcttda on Obeliak flour. Jessio P. btaes and othtra, Defendants. To of Hustonville precinct: Ik you want a tuilor made suit or a Notice of Sale. pair of t'ottera remember that you can You will please meet mo at Hustonville Pursuant to a judgment and order of aale of d ?""' r,nd"c1 hi October term. In got quicker and better work at Shanks' Friday and Saturday, Nov. and .l action, the underlined Comsettle your taxea for 1805 and save inter- missioner will on than anywhere else. est. It. M. Nowland, D. S. Tiiickk is another girl at Mr. T. D. 9 1895, A little daughtor was born to Mr. and it has been Being 1st day or the named Mary Moore, for Miaaes Mary Dav- and Mrs. A. C. Dunn last week but the coln County Court, December term of the Linbefore the Court door, little thing lived only a few minuUs. in the town ot Stanford, Ky , betweenHou. hours iess Dudderar and Mamie Moore. the ol 9 a, m. and a p. rn., sell at public outcry to the Lurlino Uoskina was the name that its hlene.t and best bidder, the following described Tim Htores will be closed Thanksgiving parenta had selected for real ptoptrty, which is situated in Lincoln Counit. ty. Ky.,onthe waierarfthe Ha ging Fork and uay, wo are requested to buUo. Tiie belDB the farm which the late D. B. "Wo have another of my kind of boys and upon which he resided at the Sta owned banks will be aa cioee as a clam and the time of his o at my house," said Mr. M. S, Baughman On the North by the land of W P, will ob'wve Sunday hours. Carter on the in answer to our inquiry for news yester- south by the Old Peak place, on the West by lie t Old Thurmond A bid hot prohibition fight ia on at day. Tho Iittlo lady arrived Sunday, Hanginj: Fork place and on the East by the Said Junction City, on the Bupposltion that weighed 10 Hj. and aho makea four of a Judgo Prewitt will order an election. kind in that family. Farm 125 Acres, The drya have already begun to import T11HL.1&N. haa ordered Mr. J. B. 3 speakers, while tho wets ure getting in polts or land foJ. !;' ' Higgius to movo his coal house occupied will be suU as a whole and free froa theThe farmf their work in tho usual way. JessieP htaeetodowirlnthe land, she dum by Messrs. 11. 11 Noel & Son oil of its waived her ciaim to have her dower alloted havinz to her and That this olllce may be bettor able to premises and the latter gentlemen have In land out otagreeing to taaeofher dower interest In money the sale price '1 he per. tho Itnd. give thanks aud eat turkey, if it can find bought of Mr. Higgins tho coal house sonal estate being insufficient to pay the debts of the decedent, the farm will be sold for the purono, the paper will bo issued HI hours and pcales now occupied by Mr. J. R. pose of raising a fnn-- to discharge said debts and the costs cf this proceeding. eirlier, or on Thursday morning. Our Hales for $100. 6, u and iS months. Bond, correspondents will please obserro nnu with approved personal aocunty required of Twknty-onpayable to the Commissonir and havlnir Yba us. Shelby Nuun govern thuuiBelven accordingly. got '21 years at Liucaster for killing Wil- force ande rlfect of n judgment.in Danville and T;iry-nyCrf b " or aiotk pil.o and right Two Goon TiiiNoj. Wu novo just put liam Beat last summer. Tho jury delib (Jrchard Lincoln County.to sell tho Lane Patent hence in K. C. WAHKKN, on mlt 60 diz-Udiea pants and veslB, erated 15 hours and at last the 11 had Nov. a, tBoj. m C. L C. C. ono lot 60c suit, one at 75c eult. These to come to tho ono smart man from Gargooda were made to sell at 76 und 51. rard, who stood out for a manslaughter But no closed out.tho line consequently verdict, Tho il'st ballot stood fivu for hangiug. six for life imprisonment, aud thesd low prices. .StiverancH&Suu. one for 21 yearn. Those for hangiug were A call on Mr. J. L Froliman, the ail from Boyle, only one of her citizens I will Hll at public auction on courteous proprietor of 'Tho Globe" favoring the life sentence. Three Lincoln clothing dture, at D.uivil!o, demonstrated county jurors wero for l!to also, aa were Nov. 27, '95, the fact thut he haa the largest houeo of two of the Garrard men. he PonaIty consistirg of llomehel and (?ood Harness .Mare. Good Kitchen the kind ever in the parto and that ho nAn.l i.ii- HlrnMl llnrci. M..u n.. Ifldolna MMiing.xid buslnew. Ho Is Thk residence of Samuel 11. Hout, of raare, extra good milk cows, one heifer, good two hotM wagou, binder, cultivator, good uriey h great n vvr in advertising oud finds the West End, burned Friday morning, arid iKiggj, and all farreing implements Ttrms made known ou day ot sale. tho I.NTKKio.t Jooknm. it capital med together will nil of tho contents save u MKS S. K OWSLEY, mm. few bed clothes. P. O Hubble, Ky The roof trunk and a " caught from the kitchen chimney and as Db W f. Sixitt, of Somerset, father there wns no oua at home except Mrs. of our townsman, D. Scott, and Rout and her two children 110 tifort wa brother-in-laof the governor-elecia made to extinguish tho tlunea and what strongly tipped for Hupanutendent of tho Kaatern lunatic ai) Jiuii Of course. Of little was saved was dragged out by 29, 1S95, The houso and contents were infico is a privato snap and to tho family I will sell at public auction, at ray residence, in belong the epoilu. All the flame the doc- sured in tho Continental Insurance Co. Middlcburg, Casey Co., Ky , ail my peronal for $1,410. Mr. Rout and family are proptrty, consisting ot tor would til the bill most satisfactoriuo w at Mr. Joe Rout's on Cemetery Hill ly. aud will remain thero till other arrange- 45 Fat Hogs, 6 Sows and Pigs, 26 TiihSjniHrHot Paragon says that "Um ments can he made. Shoats, 1 Pair Work Mules, Boldier frienda of Col. Silas Adams will 6 head of horse. 3 colts, t mule coll, 3 head of Shot. William Lattin, who lived in young cattle, 6j iVad shcp, aoo barms of corn petition Bradley to appoint this county for years and for awhile kept in crib, 50 busheU shelled oats, 30 bushels of him adjutant genoral." This would be a wheal 11,000 bundles of oats, 10 stacks of hay, 100 caeo of love's labor lost on tho part of tho tho toll gate near Hubble on the Rush shocks ot fodder, 3 buggies, a carts, 3. horse Branch pike, was dangerously shot by wagon, mowing machine, hay rake, 50 acres of old Boldiers. Col. Bradley couldn't mako ttilKsana an Kinus 01 larming tools too numera better selection, but its hardly proba- Daniel Bruwnfleld, in a gambling house ous to mention, also all my household and kitchen furniture, l'EHMS Made known on day of sale. ble that he would give ho good an oilico at Harrodsburg. Lattin, who is a pecuJ. V COFFEY, to Col. Adams, who isn't a Brodleyite by liar character, haa always shown n fondMiddlcburg, Ky. ness for whisky and cards, but was cona long shot. sidered thoroughly harmless. Tho ball 9 An I. J. man aud his other half enjoy- entered his nose, scattered his teeth over ! ed "O'FIarity's Vocation" as given by the floor, ranged down through bis neck those splendid comediaus, Conroy & Fox and lodged in his shoulder. Lattin is Pursuant Io the will of Kid. S. II. King, deceas to a division ed, and In .and a good company, In tho cozy iittlo an unreconstructed rebel aud io never bo among his order the farm owned ot tnc property and occupied by heirs, nt Uanvillo, Friday night, which happy as when telling of how he helped hlci, between Danvilla and Stanlord, in Lincoln ttioatre countv. Kv . Wing upon the waters of the Ilanir- has been greatly improved since wo whip the Yankees in certain battles. iug Fork, will be sold at l ublic outcry, without 9 e rcservo, 10 ine nignesi ana neriniuuer, on wereinitlost. Manager J. M. Oulline, Lndien Aid Society, of tho Preaby. Tub to whom wo aro indebted for courtesies, Nov. 29II3, 1S95. is doing his best to givu tho DanvilliauB torian church will hold a prayer aud The Farm Contains s entertainments aud ought to praise service in tho church basement, on Friday, tho 29th, at 2 o'clock. Every 180 ACRES CF FINE LAND, bo liberally patronized. femalo member of the church, old, domestic watered for B(0 Deal. Judge Vincent Boreing, II young und middle agod, is cordially in Is as wellas any farm both the hute, and stork It h.u a Surposes DWELLING in HOUSE, llrick Ford and others have bought of Judge vited to bo present. 0. A pleasing proaud Ice House, and other uvecssarr out J. F. Sluaher a controlling intereat in tho gramme of music, aldrenees etc , has buildings. There sre also two tenant houses on 1 he is the First National Bank of Pinoville and boeu arranged for the cccalson. A con- in a farm. statu land, though rolling1, farmrich and good The of cultivation Ins upMr. Ford will manogu it. Mr. Ford on aud on both sides of one of the best turnpikes tribution box will be placed near the iu the State. The houso is within a few hundred thinks they have a good thing aud they door to receive thank offerings from yards of tha public school, and on the wholo a more convenunt and desirable farm cannot bo will make tho moat of it. The capitalithoso whose who feel that thay have found any where. zation ia $50,000 and tho deposits $30, any cause for gratitudo to God for blef a The sale will lake place on the premises at to o'clock a. m., on the date above named. Tha usu000, with a email surplus. This will not inge of the past yoar. "Be ye thankful." al land terms will be given cash aud two years, equal in interfere with Mr. Ford's connection with "The Lord loveth a cheerful glveth." the remainder perone andInterest irora date. pay cent. raents, with 6 K R. r'KLANO, tho Manchester Bank of which ho will "And thy father which seoth in secret D. (iKING. to be president. continue For the Heln. X t 73 it shall reward thee openly." tax-paye29-3- 0, an SUks'i Administrator Plaintiff. Against Don't forget our Capes and Jackets. If you want nice, useful aionday, Dec. 9th, Presents For Christmas Buy now and lay them away while you can get them cheap. want the money out of this stock and intend to get it. We HUGHES & TATE. nost-oilic- Contains o Right Is Might A nd - Might is Power. J THKMS-Cred- itof These arc our sentiments in all dealings. We endeavor to give you value received and not to misrepresent our goods. nur-chas- er, k n Sale of Personalty. Wednesday to 1 Our Children's Clothing is what we sell it for. We will give you another opportunity to get some unexcelled bargains. A few more black, Cheviot suits at $3. All-woCombination Suits, double seat and knee, S5, and many others which will convince you on examination. all-wool ol Sqare Dealings at One Strictly Low Price. BOYS' CLOTHING -:- - I ! This line is large and bargains are numerous. Good wool suits at S5. We sell no cheap goods but good ones at low prices. t, Sale of Personalty MEN'S All CLOTHING all-woo- Mrs-Bout- . On Friday, Nov. Good, all wool double and single breasted suits. m li..,. ...,i for the money. Also a good line at S7.50. Some which cannot be cquiiicu ior5. Gov.-ele- ct And we have a big line at prices to suit the times. Good pants, $2. Corduroys at $1.50. Fine dress for Sunday. Side pockets and top pockets. Latest styles. Call for these goods. l, Men Wear Pants. ! They are beauties. 1 1 1 NECKWEAR Ask the boys about them. Farm at Public Sale 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. Call and examine for yourself. Our stock is still complete, but there is no telling how soon it will be broken. Get your choice before it is 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. Friday, first-clue- r Smoke-Hou- se u-loti- e oic-thi- rd Strictly One Price Clothing- House, Danville, Ky. - J. L. Frohman & Co. " nm- " 'vr. "ir:i U Train Wo, Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourm. AT - "Hullo I" Tiirorinod. woe, Published Every Tuesday and Friday C3 X?SR YJSAlt INCT'When not so paid 33.5Q will be charged. Walk riht up audteay 'Hullo!'' Sav "Hullo!" and "How d'ye dol" you?" "How's the world Slap the follow on Mb back, Brhn? your hand down with a whack. Walk rinht up an' don't jro nlow. Grin anil shako and eay "Hullol' Wen you neoa man in . by mntual constat. Any and all persfns having claims against sod firm will fleato presnt them for settlement Dec, t, l8at, to ). T. Jones, Mgr. DISSOLUTION I nhte TO T THE LADEEB 1 dr. W. DcutlHtt Offics on Main b. P2srls,, l;uifi)rl, : Ky. rosl-Olfi- BIG : 4 : BOUTB, New goods of the latest styles just received Call In and see the largsst and best assortod line ever brought to etaulord. 1'ricoi as low as the Elegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. MlSSLICCIK IIKAZLKV, Stanford, Ky K. C. LOCAL leave Stanford P' m- - TIME CARD. -- ..7:15 a m P- - nd 3 p. m. crriving at 4:0 al" o:J m m L&N. Vo. 4, 6, LOCAL TIME CARD. Train going North " " " - " South No. as, . " Ho. , QUEEN & CRESCENT. J -- 315am 11 04 p m 115pm ta a;p m la he clothed in rap.? 0 shol Walk right up and eay "Hullo!" RK3 ia but a cotton roll Jest for wrappin' up a eoul; And a soul is worth a true Half and heartv "How d'yo do!" Don't wait for the crowd to 110, Walk rifiht up and eity "Hullol" Won big vessels meet, they eny, They ealoot and sail away. Jest the same are you and mo Lonesome shipa upon aBfa; Each one sailing hia own jog For a port beyond the Ion. Let your speaking trumpet blow, Lift your horn and say "Hullo!" For full laformtuon at to time of trains, etc. Kotite. flte any reprcsen.ativj llig frour MARTIN, D 11 O. UcCOkilACK, Osn Pan, and Ikt. Ag Pass. I'rsiBc Mgr. : rj r PQ I will take all the hides t can set iTlUilO. for cash or in trade for leather on court days at Stanford or at my home In Otteu-hel- Street, Opposite the ORCHARD, LAWN, GARDEN All kinds ol' Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Ines, Aspar-gu- s, Shrubs, Small Fruits, Grape men-,Ac. Ac. No agents. Buy dliecl and save CataWgue.cn lexmgten, Ky. 63 im Chas, Ennalin, Tanner. FALLJ.8 M.S. lUvoiistiN J. W. lUvmiMAN, r OUR Hl'STLINO INSt'RANCU MAN, M. "W. JOHITSOIT, Wbotepresents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co., rf Dctrult Mich, can write you all the most favorable plans ot Instir ance. He aiso represents the old tcliablo Ccntial Tobscco Worehi'iiopcf l.OMisvllle, Ky , and will be glad to hate a liberal shale ol your patmniKe. Will be leady to tonter All the favors that can ba given by any warehouse. Llbiral cash advancements mad,, on consigumpnts, both In tho waif, house and country. I will be at Stanford every court day, l'aities war,tilir hogshtadl, prize or money should address mo at I'alut Lick, Ky. Promptaltentlon guaranteed. (46m M.S.&i.W.Baunliman, -- y. raoiKisroKS- WV3ERY, F1SED l SALE Trains pais Junction ciij at followi: No. 1 South ......ti 3; a m No a North ...3.56 p m " 4 " ...146 pm " 3 ....! 35 s DIIRDH HOGS all subject to Kg. iter jo 10 run Note. Not. 5 and 6 and 9 andSunday. no than Junction City, cor on 9 7 " ,... . 100am uoi m " " 840pm ' 6 8 " ' " ...j.ijara ..3.37 am ...600 am fur-h- lord .M. McROUKKTS.i-uti- 69 n'wtsd'v for so. vice im BTABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. firit-cl- Ho a" rtii ?". tjff POWDER f I . Perkins drlnkr" PerkinB "Jonathan Rates TWO DOLLARS Par Dav. Tho old man did not recognize tho bota mean, hateful, deceitful old vou're drawing himself up remarked thing, an' I wouldn't marry you ngin for tle, and Remodeled and rcfurnishuu throughout. Large nit her and Commodious Rumple Kooms. love ner money." Halls and office connected by Electric Dolls "No, sir. I never drink." 47 "It won't hurt you," Insisted tho wag. Prompt and polite wr ice to guests. twins' mother knocked "It's tho host." The Siamese "Young man," said tho old gentlonian, their heads together. "Take that!" Bho speaking loud enough for all In thu carBITECX-l- , observed. Absolutely Pure. remarked, riage to liear, "if you persist In drinking "That's a poor rule," they "ruined man whlak.&ou Law, Attorney A cream of tarter baking pow "about two heads hoing better than It is tlio will bo a land. Whun I at 40. of tho was a - der. Highest of all in leavening one." boy my mother died, and tho last thing call mo to strength. Latest United btates They never felt their position so acute- sho did was topromise mo her bedsldo and OfEceon Lancaster Street, oppotite the Court 8ay, 'John, that you will llouie. Collections receive especial Attention SS ly. Government Food Report. never touch a drop of liquor.' " case," said tho joker, "Oh, well, in aOYALr.BAKT.NG POWDER 00., The editor of a Missouri exchange say? "I must drink that It myself." Whereupon, lOO Wall Streot, Now York. that the world is to come to an end in suiting the action to the words, ho pulled A. 0. Liaaau' December and exhorts merchants to adI). Cattleman. tho cork out and took a good drink. loan liluv-Gras- s Farms near A moment later ho dropped the bottlo Two Good vertise so as not bo losers by having largo T an exclainntlou which certainly with Ilustonvillc, Lincoln Co., Ky. stocks stocks on hand when the flnal mo- dldu't sound llko a blading nnd yelled JL also Eays that it would out: "Ugh, ugh! My mouth's all raw." ment arrives. It The heirs ot Mrs. Am.iica Railry, rfecd., offer Then it wan tho old guntleuinn discov- lor sale her two Karns, i'utt4 ab t mi tniln ba to the advantange of subscribers to ered his and to tho amusement of the west of HutteBvlil., 10 Lincoln county, on the pay up, clear their consciences and eecuro two Karsn ld: "Ah, young niRn, Ilradfordsville turn.iko roait Th othor passengers wcras tl together tho influence of the papers when Gabriel you will bo careful In future boforo you adjoin and taken divide : u LintatH jc ultil 140 to l'tu Jc laud and can be morning. LIVEStPOOL. hlowB his trumpet in tho take othor people's property. I am Dr. aero la the home tla.e and 100 acres in the eth er. Tine building a.H imprrasein.ats on each , and that bottlo contained somo quiarocooifettable andub.ilil. Kach ot the farms Mrs. Gobbler -- Children, see that man nine nnd iron for one of my patlentH." is well watered awl cuiMii.t to geod schools tho next sta- and churches f tenia raonbl. Title clear SAKBEE&OASTLEMAK over there with the full vest? Tho young man got out at For iurthc, infemait- n apply to Mther of us. tion. PoaJxVs Weekly. Young Gobblers Yes. MANAGERS, J. P. JtAII.KV, us.fi rd. Ky., J v. HOCKKR. lUslnville, Ky. Mrs. Gobbler Well, your poor father 1,- The lonceat wall in China is over 50 Ganmerce Building, Louisville, helped to make it thus. vllle. Ky. 200 miles Mrs. Tid-Bit1 Tho ItlUir nit. In n Pullman car on tho Manchester, Shufllolil and Lincolnshire railway tlio Offers his services o tho people ol West Linothor weok a young traveler noticed an coln and Casey Counties, rull stock of Cothus on hand. old, whlto bearded gentleman trying to aad Caskets always Manager. 93 D S. Carpeutcr, get into a light dust coat. Tliu young man rushed to Ids assistance, and In helpMrs. Perkins (calmly ing him with tho garment noticed a guod we've bin married 40 years next Tues sized whisky flnak protruding from ono of day, an' never a cross word yit," tho pockets. Doing of n waggish nature, Mr. Perkins "I know it. 1'vo stood ho appropriated tho bottle, helped tho J V DARKER, Proprietor, stranger on with IiLs coat, and thou pullyer jawin' purty well." - ing out tho flask said, "Will youtakou Say "Hullo" and "How d'ye do!" Other folks are good as you. W'en you leave your house of clay, Wanderin' in tho Far Away, Wen yon travel through tho strange Country t'other side the range. Then the souls you cheered will know Who you be, and Pay "Hullo!" wouldn't hnvo her know It Sho So sho told mo. Oncu n Week. I'm awfully in lovo with Iter, but I for Uie world. J. T. : : srcrTTOiST, ferrates, lnaur If you nivd livery give ul a call. Nsthing but turnouts will icavv our stable. Sh us us SPRINO AND SUMMUR. Something to Beautify tho Ladios. Dally oixnining New Hats, flowers and lacesl give the assnraiico to the trade that they wil. esiahll.hment the same cxclusivencss patterns, hats aud bonnets and all the leaing novelties in Millinery for which w. aie known throughout the country. 1 a trimmer for the seahar. son. Thanking you tor past favors, we respectfully solicit jour patronage heretofore to literally bcttawftd. M. D. DUDDhRAK KA1 h DUDDKRAK, Manager. W'c UNDERTAKER, HUSTONLEKENTUCKY. HARNESS SHOP atsortinent of Harness, "ddles, Ac Havercnr ipoitnag duo by our man, he understands his business. Wc have a Vou will find a good llri-die- s, And In our n style of mechanic in our BLACKSMITH SHOP. d'ice Wllluir.1t04flrt-cla- first-cla- ss vrr Tir ourhoe.. shor. s TaK-Payors aiil sxisfactsr BARKER HOUSE, To tho of Lincoln Co. THE BAST1H HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. 1 1 Somerset, Kentucky. State. f Kentucky The time it drawing ckse wken I have to pay the sfi taxes due. lam cemptlled Meet all Trains.nlght ami day. Patrons taken to lll have to advertise all say part of town Kie. of Charge. to settle In full and paU oo by property that the tat is tun Good Livery Attached. Fare rf Hotel J 1.00 pet -- 6m day. A. 11. HAS II N, Prop. Docombor 1st, 1895. !l tn.t W. S. cin-M- .' Stanford, at Kentucky. ROYA OF Wednesday, Nov ,; at Waynisburg every Saturday to this suoath. SJ. Deputy K. M. Newland will be at MnnMand, Thntsday. Nov. 11, at Ml. Saieiu, Samrday. Nov. Mlludge-lll-e, iMcKiBMy, Toesdav N" Law, lluswnvllle, FriWedi.es lay, Nov. day, Nov ijaud Saturday, Nov ja, iSgj 1 will be feHin at my utfUe lu in C uf everyday The tax payers ill coalr a fav r by BittlBr ms at the above plscts as,d dats and set- eeWill act at Kxccnter.lAdMlBistrator ami Assign tling their taxes and savin cost aad trouble. s, T. I NkWL.VND, Respectfully. Special stttvtlon given to Settlements al Shw ill Llaioln Co. as AttoiRcy and SaU and Division of 7j elstita' Lands. Office an Lancaster St. over Spt. W. F. McCla y's office 90 I95, are rciuet(e.l to picseiitthem by Nov. jo, Stoic, Thursday, Nov si i.. O. UUOCII, As'ignee, at property proven. Deputy M. O. Reynolds will be at Ky. WaynesbutK, 7s n; at Klngsvlll Friday, N the 1 I'ost-otlic- e, Remember also that 6 per Cent, is added to each In order is not batd before Dec 1,195. to give you a chance lu pay, Deputy O. P. Newland will be In Crab Oichaut .v,rv S11t1r.Lv In Ibis m nth. at PieachcMville. Wednesday. Nov. to. at Dec Lick, n Reynold's NOTICE All persons havine I ...... cllnt aetlnst ICG eoch ;,t ..st Attornoy at Kentucky. Staulorcl, Fs-stc- Wallaoo Varnon, taranGe OosupaBf lo-- s, FIRST NATIONAL BANK A. S. PIIICK, KY OFSTAXrOKU, Capital Stock- Surplus - Agents throughout the South T. A. TSIBBL23, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. THE ATLANTA EXPOSITION WILL. BE HELD A necro Dreacher nddrpssed hia flock with great earnestness on the subject of "My beloved "Mimcles" as foilowe: de greatest of all miracles was fiiends, 'bout the loaves and fishes. Dey was 5- ,000 loaves and 2,000 fishes, and de 12 'poatlee had to eat 'em all. De miracle ip, dey didn't bust." When they put a man in jail, he cannot lo'.Iow cannot eat what incllrat.ons. to Dec. 31st, 1895. his natural he is limited to He very frugal diet. he a It wants to For all ot On ground traversed by rids 'pita, over which is not equally true of a dyspeptic ? he might the as out of life, Atlanta 31 years real enjoyment he Sherman threw the first shell into luei, nor ago, the Exposition is fast taking shapo. The ex- well bein jail, Hecaonot eat what he sympathy. enough. He suffers much, gets little cellent railway facilities of the great heaviness in the stomach, At first, perhaps a little a littlo sourness, windy belchings and heartburn; and biliousness and a tout taste in the headacr-emouth In the morning. Chronic coestlpation Is inevitable, and means that the body is almtst holding poisonous, impure matter that should be gotten nd of. The poison is being reabsoibed into the blood and the whole body. Impurity in Conto almost any disease. may AnJ Its connections to Atlanta, together witha low the blood is the lead or it all. Dr. Pierce's Pleasstart railway rates, will enable the people to make de- stipation constipation, cu-- e It so it stays ant Pellets cure lightful trip at but small expense. In the world will do The Queen & Crescent runs superb vestibuled cuied. No other remedy hat- and carrying Parlor, trains with through sleepers In one-cestamps to World's Send at direct Cafe and Observation Cars, troni CincinnatiLexing- Dispensary cents Medical Association, Buffalo. N. Y , to Atlanta, passing through Georgetown,More than and receive Dr. Pierce's tocS page Common Sense ton, Somer et and Harrlman en route. Medical Adviser, illustrated 100 milca shortest line. Special low reduced rates to the Exposition Ask your Queen & Crescent detail, write to agent something about it in Fayo'a cornet is approaching at the Chattanooga, Tenn. rate of millions of miles a day and will A. J. LVTLK, D. P. A., CHAS.W.ZEI.L, D. P. A., - - Cincinnati, O. strike the earth with a force of 18.000,-00- 0 For free inforr ation and printed matter. tons. Let 'er hit. It won't be u cirW. O. R1NKAKS0N, G. P. A., - - Cincinnati. Sept. 18th gs Lamps, Queensware, Glassware, Stoves, &e. - AT - This institution, originally established as th. Deposit Dank of Stanford In iSs. then lied as the National llxuk of Stanford in iWj and jj the Fust National Dank ot again Sunlord in iSls, has had practically an unlntrr rupted esittenceof ss years. It Is butler suppiitd now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever befor.in Its long aaC nODorablc career. Accounts of corporations, fldu ciirtci, firms and Individuals respectfully eolir The Directory of this Dank is compoied ct Korcstus Hoid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Celliei, Lincoln; J. W. Haydtn, Stanford; S. II. lUughtnan.i Lincoln; J. S. Iiocker, Stanfoid; W. A.Trlbble, SUuferd, M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, btaoford; K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; M. 1. Miller. Ml. Vernon. Kr J. . Heckcr, President; Jos. J. McRobeits, Cashier; A A.McKinncy, Asst. Cashier Attention of th. public s invi'.vd to tit fai taatthtsis the only National Daak in Sixntor. Under the provisions of the National ttaua art secured not only by the capita stock, but by the steclholdcrs liability lor a. amount equal ta the stock, so that desxMitws o lals institutional seemed by a fund of Joa,o ottheconditwn of the ban. lv. sworn statewen is the United lie male oachyeartoare ciamteed States govsra at slated tint, and itsaiscts msnt by government agents, thus securing addiutoa. nl n,frrt faflv In doatllOfl 5200,000 Dentist, 23,700 Stanford, Ky, Office over Surgeon Mckotxn.' tr-,- Hiiiili.g t0re In th. Owley THE "lllLBY "HOUSE I'.U. RIIaRT. Proprietor, Condon, - - - Kontuoky, prtpuedlhia ever to accommodatei the public I.nery atlachftd sad every coav.clcacs d ilrsd. O.vcn.acalL Ihaveueetd to my new Hotel aad am bettar vd 77 .FRANK RILkY, R. R. Noel & Son, ucctisori to J. li. Hlggina, D.alcrs in ted. All Kinds Stanford, of Coal. Kv. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE s FARRIS & HABDIN c n tD D For MONEY LOVING PEOPLE. We will continue the ccul busmets at Mr lllg-giuold st nd and will rave on hand at all times th. very best c al whicn we will dcliter promptly. W will sett strictly for cah ami will max It to th Intrictt of the people ol this section to pay Cash. DON'T FORUKrTHAT nt 2 T3 to z rnSd H z ft '& THE FAVORITE MiLLS, AT McKINNKV, KV., Haso just been overhauled and repaired fiou bottom 10 top by the Ltiuous Richmond City Mill Woiks, of Richmond, luU , atid with capacity now Increased, ate doing more and better wotk ihsn ever before, and with the old reliable I) V Kennedy aa head miller, you are sure of KOOd Hour and fair treaiinrtit llri suie sad bring us your grluditig ana when buying call ler our old and wall esiablt.he-- braids. Favorite Patent, Ladies' Kavente and Makers' Choice. RATKS A SON, Successor to K. L lancti.'t Milling Co. d c o S a, U 6 Q o to 0 01 (ft QJ) Have your Prescriptions filled at Craig Hocker's. Pure Drugs and Chemicals only us Accuracy, Promptness and Fanners Bank&Trust Or STANFORD. Is new fully ;orsaaicd Ct H ed. KY., .if- VOU ARKGOINO. cumstance to what tho republicans to us. Cyuthiana Democrat. How to Some read. tig did OR .TORTK.THE. WEST. Louisville a. Nashville n. R. Is the Iioe for you, as its 3L2ontole Make'close connections at For all points. Bally Trains LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI .iiXOUnii TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOES. KICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky young mothers. How to guard against the ease. Croup is a terror to young motheis and to post them concerning thu cause, tint symptoms and treatment Is e object of this item. The otlgin Children who aro of croup Is a common cold. subject to it take ccld very easily and croup Is alfollow. The first symptom is hoarse most sure to ness; this is soon followed by a peculiar rouh cough, which is easily recognized and will never be toriotten by one rho has heard It. The time to act is when the child first becomcp hoarse. If Chambtrlain's Coujjh Remedy is fnely given all tendency to croup will soon disappear. Even alter the croupy cough has developed it will prevent the attack. There is no danger in giving this remedy (or It contains nothing injurious Fur sale by Craig tt Hooker, Stanford, Ky. dis- Prevent Croup. that will prove interesting n O LOW PRICES! Guaranteed. Paid up Surplus, aud ready ler bvstnets wif Capital of - - $200,000 . 2o,000 rrr!te of....... to .2 -1 c su A full line of Druggists' Sundries always in stock. a, o o f THK IJUUK-ORA- KRD OK Buroc Jersey Bed Swins R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky. ocV. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONA. BANK OF STANFORD, tfowcfeting up) with the ttni, asisiiaBd ujd the sa.ac managoment. liy f louswr.s of Its chatter, depositors ara protaclwi as am depositors in Natloa Banks, its shareholders btog hald individu..tl tutole to the extcat ol the amount of their v therosu Kt the par value thereol, in addition to tb. t amount invested in such shares. It may executor, edministrator, tru.Uc, 4c as fully w an individual. To those who entrusted their bulsmets to whild raaaglug the Lincoln National Dank 41 Staulord, we wo here tender our many thanks aw trust they will continue to transact their bustaw tth us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atls. uoa to same, our twenty years' experience and as liberal uccominodalions as arc with sound banking. G. B. COOPER, Proprietors EJvcry and FeccStalilc, ni SrANKOKi), KV.J Having bougni of P W Cttca his Livery bu-iand adaed now buggiiH ajd Iwrses, we aic prepared toturtish I 1 FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS cor-ittirt- it m Xy. Midland R'y, 43kiic3iiiiati and Fraulcfort Georgotown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, Falmouth, and Covington. Shortest and quickest between Only Duect Lite Between keep still, when Mr Ho'den, the merchant there sent her a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and asked that she give it a thorough trial. On meeting Mr. Wells the tuxt day he was told that sho was all right, the pain having left her within two hours, and that the bottle of Pain Balm was worth $5 oo if it could not be had for less. For sale at so cents per bottle by Craig & Hock-efiuctord Ky. r, wifo of Mr. Leonard Wells, of East Urlm-fielMass,, had been sufleiiog from neuralgia for two days, not being able to sleep or hardly The Dreeders se:u c J .rjin qr:o - tto bost herds Pigs forsne Iron the bsst typi in several different States. Correspondence of Rgitrere Solicited J J. Williams, Ml. Vernon, . II Shanks, Stanfoid, J S muacTOits: On short notieo The traveliai- - public will fijd us always ready and willing to lurmsh Drum- Va911na. pith.r rt.l nw .lAi.kl .... ?..;- aKosof ad kinds at very LOW 1'RICr.S. Th usiin aiHiareuni) lown win also find us the people to detl with. Stop with us when in town at courts aud entertainments and your horse and ve m.viv vi, wa WTH bareu lor. G. II. COOPER 5; Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. mr' s. Owsley, Stanford; Mi A Quarter Oontury Tost. tell for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Time TabU Nov. 3. 1895. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. a. ra. p. tn. p. m. Iwc Frankfort Klkborn a A 6 7 For a quarter ol a century Dr. King's New Discovery has been tested and the millions who have received benifit from its use testily to Its wonderful curative powers in all diseases of the Throat Chest and Lungs. A remedy that has stood the test so long and that has given so universal satisfaction Is no experiment. Fach bottle is positively guaranteed to give relief or the money will be reiunded. It is admitted to be the most reliable or Coughs and Colds. Trial bottles free at A. II, Penny's drug store. Large size joe and St. k Mt TRY ONE. IVn Heater S. 11. Kmhry, Stanford; Owsley, Stanford; J. If Cast, Stanford, William Gooch,, Stanford; A. W, Carpenter, MUltJROVills, 11a W.MI..Cuiouiins,;l'rckcbtirii Shanks, President, Dr.'.JB. OwsJev.JCaihier, W M. Drlght, Teller. J. J. 11 3ES "M2 Us Rcforc Vou Buy, Pictures, Easels, Screens, Portland. San Francisco. ..To the,, Furniture. Carpets Rugs Oil Cloth guarantee satisfaction.- - t 00 1 3oj tj ' GeorgetownB... 7 45 .., n. S. Depot 7 S3 509 S4 400 ..C.... 130 Paris 8. 4. WEST. No.. No.m. No. 10. No. m. TRAINS a. in. p. p. 600 4 40 3 -9 1 to Paris .....C C.S. Depot .....1007 ti 40 3 35 64.1 10 Georgetown 6 3 7 ar Stainp'gCrod 10 . Stamping oiound 7t8 a; 4a3 4 47 30 J 48 a 2 10 It MayOo aa Much for You Mr. Fred Miller ot Irving, III. writes that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, with severe pains in his back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried many S3 called KidueX 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 of all Kidney and Liver troubles and olten gives almost instant relief. One trial will prove our statement. Price only joe, for arge bottles At A. R Penny's Drug Store. Good advice: Never leave home on a journey without a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ant Dlarihoea Remedy. For sale by Craig & iiocker, Stauford, Ky. It Uses 'fllll ! Via The Window Shades Coco Matts, Room Mouldings, Less Fuel I S Ms&A)tisAJm' '(?)tooivitu NiwAtaAiira Chicaco SfTS From OulyiDImng'Car.Route JJikhorn rankfort A... 1 o 6 7S 730 a. V p in Than any heater in the market. n vn TRAINS. Leave Goorgetown to 10 trn; arrive Frankfort m i arrive Cecrgttown "voninkfort 4 jo-Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo. . 17 p. m. Railwsyand eonnec- vjjdUnd "Th hittt Bfi1ir in tht uitt,l frr ,... and cheapest rent, to all sores, ulcers, salt rbcuru, fever sores tetter, ?lm & GEO. B7HARPEU, Kec'r Gen.Sup, Frankfort Ky. THE STOVE For Halls and Offices. rifa fk . ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, luiuvctjr wum yuc, vi du pay repuireu. it huarantred to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded, i'nee ac cents per box For sale by A.R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. chap- Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. 7 !r;For?rnatn'.or any Information, address J. REID, ) f E.D- H.p DACO A i G. P. Agent, r or "1 ) Chicago, I Loultv're 1 TO CHICAGO. J Lenolimus, Picture Mouldings, Rattan Rockers, Wood Rockers. This is the place to get a thing of beauty and a joy forcvei! Present your mother, sister, brother or friend with a useful article as a uirui uay, Holiday, or bridal pre- JwlIVs HIGGINS & MeKINNEY, DCllVCr. i f t to call for MONON1 Route, ixiaUnK St. Paul. I WITHlDItS & HOCKER, ers, btanford, Ky. y?er?k? 5 Fur'tre deal-- I fiv i Att.