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NO. 79 The Ladl' Aid Soei.'ly will iwot Saturday nftumoon with Mrs. Imolntltt Green leaf on Danville Btrfft. A hop wa nlvtm Friday oveuinR iu honor of Mips Oiirintlno UmiIIoj-'- vIMtor, Mliw Murtha IJtirnott, of Cadiz, Ky. Elder GoorKO Goweii has roturnt'd from a ing with 20 MdditioriB to tho oluirci). A donation juirty wni tendered Itv. P.M. Mill and wihi ou Frldny oveninn by thu n.tsniuerH of his ohuroli, (tho Muthodlnt)' Mr.J.I. Kuaker Imonold Win iuturtot nt the flour and plnnint mill to tli.Vird llrothem. Mr. Hucker and Imisily think BometliiiiK of moving to Tuiint'Meu to live. Htv. 0. M. Held linb I) nil miotliercnll to tako charge of ouo of tho UptMt churched iu Colorado. Tho churoh ho hasbeon oalled to preach for it in the city of Denver. Tho following nmrriso hcBiinaa hut o been iiumeil by the county clerk: Win. McUrurfry and Mnry Ailnmn, George Law son and Kntio Scott, Win, MatthuwBnudl fluole Comley, Win. Howard nud IU'h'O-cRoberta. Tho j:rud ji'ry itdjourued Saturday. 19 indictiuentH wore found, unu also against tho L. & N. railroad for frtllitiK to mako certain improvements aboiu tho depot for tbo comfort of itn patron and for which it waa nod f 100. Ilia reported tint El Lane from this county waa arreeted in Jeaaatniuo last Saturday by tho uhoritr on a warrant from Woodford county, eharglriK him with Btealiuuo lot of nrttclua from Sin gletun'a Btont ut Troy. Tho day before Ttitinki;irlnK onu of Gov.-elellradley'a most anient oonntlt uonta ruuivmburtxl him with u very constructed lotf fabln; from ono of itri windows protruiled thu hend of a very lore turkey weighing from 10 to bO pounds. Tho gift arrived in tttno to grace his Honor's table. A duublo wedding occurred again iu Lancaster Uht week. Tho contracting parties aro K. S. Ilngn, of Kirkaville, aud MissTillio U Leavell, audJ.O. of Madison, nud Miss Hattie 11 lis giin. Theolllcluting mluiater wbh llv F.M.Hill. A reception una tendered tho nowly wedded couph Hi the home Mr. and Mrs. John Lave!l on I'hursday. Tho entertainment Thursday overling at tho IliptitU church was pro nouncod a moat decided aucceas and it was found that it was impossible for the house to hold the large crowd that gathered and a number had to bo turned away. To show tbo high appreciation of the nature of tho ontartainmenl there have been a number of requests that it will be repeated; (SO were takou in at thu door and J7- - cleared. Miss Leltio Brown, of Loxlngton, is tbo guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Beazley. Mrs. T. M. Goodknight. of Frankfort, is a visitor of Mrs. It. U. Uatoon. Mosira. Ode Shugtrs and Char-le- y Frisbio attended the gmo of foot ball ut Lexington Thanksgiving. Mit-Fannie Weal is enjoying (tho hospitality of (rienda in Meridian, Miss., at prcent Mrs. JooS. Uoblnson and Mirs Maria Cook have returned from tho Southern exposition. Herbert Trice, of Danville, visited his granduilther, Mrs. Susan Frico this weok. Miss Stillle Noel, of Danville, is tho guest nt her brother, Mr. H. T. Noel, and family. Mr.. Thomas E. Arnold, ol Klchmond, ',6 a visitor of hls cousins, Misses Jennie and (Lucy Arnold. Miss Kato Burdotte ban returned from a visit to frieuda in Covington. Miss Ethyl Beazloy, a populur Stanford young lady, is the guest of MisaJ'LizzIo Thompson. MleaLula Frewilt.Jof Kirkaville, waa a visitor last week of her cousin, Mrs. It. A. Stone. Miss Nora Francis, of Madi-son- , is tho guest oLMr. and Mrs. Joe Francis nt Point Leavoll. Dr. A. 8. Price and Jack Uout, of Stanford, wero visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price. Mrs A. E. Pascoe luaj, returned from n ahort vialt to relatives; iu Kicholaavillu. Mrs. A. U. Prlco baa joined her husband in Nashville. Miss Jane Lusk ia being entertained this weok by Danville frionds. Mr. M. L. Cook, a missionary for the past ll;yeara in Africa, has been tha guest f it the last weok of Lancaster frlendB. Mra. W. O. Bradley has returned from a visit to Mrs. Wm. Barnes at Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Rigney are at tbo bedside of Mr. IUgney'a father, Rigney, of Casey. a tlBy!lok, wturu meet- 11 linl-lar- d, e for Bracken cpunty, a herifTa potso eur rounded him in a hut and fox4 R trance, after u member o tha poes hsd been klllod andUtwo others woandod. Inside tho but were found Eats and hia wife, both dead. Soldiers ofjtbe regular army are a ujeadBgo by reUys ql bicycles from Washington to New York. car-ryi- ng In attempting to arrest Orvillo Eals the murder of James Fields, in e. A Million Frlendd. A Wend In need It a friend indeed, and not lest than one million hare found jusl uch a mend in Df Klna'i New- Diaceverjr fef Coiuumplion, Couahi and Coldi. Ifyou haTneer uied thi. Coma Mqdiclne. one tilal wUl coaWnce you ktmi llUl woaJexfal curaUTe pawere nU di -iwb bpu eilbe Thioat, Cheat anl U ctaimed or mon arnteea to do all UuU wlfi beufundod. Trial bolt ei free at A. - ee Uw tdtugitore. LarjebotUe jocaad i. Huntsmen comnUin f the scarcity Walter Greening sold his crop of to- - of ''"da this spason The auvero The Rowland Bro. recMv- - ,,r ,aflt wintirdestmy.l ('eat numbers, Poor Bnh White, it's nil tho same to od 7 nod a fraction f,r their crop. We're having ft l0, t JI ites tune ilu- - h'111 H htt P11" tliriiiinjn Mio winter, it ring the favorable weathor nnd Biiley, ' "'J' to P"HfJ iiMkin fun for A Co , of color, aro Hluyiui:. foahl flrs' T'1" Georgetown Times U very inui h ing nnd scraping at tho old Maud. s Tlu big storui of Jaet week oausod n ",W'H," " u Lincoln coun-gredeal of mifUhUHHj here, but iu ,r ',,r'i,hes no apniiocuiw for ollko tlamogo was done, fti'iim trenl ,,Br t"B '"""'"K rijpulnns.ui iidniiulatra-wtr- e UoH' ritrn r fiuriny.tl and promi-l"'bio am down and ehiiuii.v8ileniol uitbt rt'tm ihkmim of tint M nsfcing for Last Friday night tho Uuntmivillo H l"tw f I'"', if yoh p'ww, i:ojrding to hop club gave n nodal dumv nt thu wmniuii rp.jrt IVo if in placet Hotol. h hh i'linnmip'tt jU(1 l'ir havmiiUrien artaciimi of not less and uo vi6itois fiom a iiBtnu- i- weru. l,,M" J2,(M), h thmi will tiring the luckv prveenl. until i00 pnr aniiuiii, itio f jtuth wo do -- J. W Alli-- Iih bought exvral lum not know ahotit. Wo hope our distindred barrtilH of eoru from Flon nw Yow-- ! guished townsmen may nil get there. ell, Jnhu Good mi. othos. the prevail Mrs. G. M. Givens tells us that he Ing price being l 85 He fe storing iu met iu tils travels last week u; little girl Isaac Steel', oiih. iu ItockiMstlu county that had not tho Coloy Sno'v ti h us wo were misin- aign of an arm ;on either side ofutho formed iu regard to tin ele of lit) couu-tr- oody, yet who performed moat of the btori' projerty to I): F.'niiiiiKHii Co required of children of her age, ley ways he did imt . 1: iih-rut lie b heir ye!, very nkillfully without them. r not ut nil aiixl.'ii to (o ho. Ut'Hi Ht vire rib nnd drink e for hrHkfit tvnr dii,Uy without Union i)nii'-- i wrn licl.l Thur-dn- y morning at th ProbhytttriHit church. litijfMiK hikI.i.i tttmaiiig n dime on Rvs Piultorton and W. L. Willimnb j tin' ll .or :ic picaed it lip with her toce. made appropriate nddrtssiH, which were very quickly. Charles Wheelor nud F. B. Twid-wugreatly appreciated by those present. are back from Cincinnati, where Jf anybody can sell Block In the South, JHtnes Harper can. He is a hus- they laid in large stockn of holiday goods tler aud no mistake. He disposed of the in their respective Jiae. Bmley Drye our hud of mules he took to Hanlqbury, hns returned Irom Richmotid, whither e h. C, rtcuntty in about a week aud Mon- ho wont last week iu uuswer to a day of last week Ike Shelby sent him an to come and consider a piopoaitiun to trnvol lor an Onlo linn repreeutHl;by other enr lod to stt.l. Mr. Shui W. Menefee, ever popular agents at that pl.e. Wh trust ho secur-m- 1 iu this oommunity, gave an exhibition the position if he wanted it, but wo nt the Christian church ThurMlay night rather hoped that he would hold out for with his phonograph. All wer highly thntSouth Atnoriott consulate, .s he had picked with tho performance of wonder- promised toemud us a gr?rn parrot and n ful instrument. Stm ootidurte his red headed monkey when ho gob these. with all the grace nnd com- MsiSrah Phillips Itft last week for posure of an old campaigner. Louisville to visit relatm-H- . Mr. end W. W. Bruce and wife were Mrs C. T. Griggs have departed for Rv. agrwiibly enrpriewl Thanksgiving dy expectingto nuke that city their by receiving fro.n the grtnerous people noma for tho present. Thoy leave a of his congregation h hiindeomn donanumber of friends to regret their drp.irt-mtion of good things to meet ilortiHstir tie. Mr. Uriggi while hero established s c'eities. Their thanks aro returned to a reputation na a miller, while thw donors for this renewed oxpreseion Mrn. Griggs wxs geueraily,, beloved for of their kinduens and liberality. her ainiabto disposition nnd Christian We respectfully suggest that our piety. Mr. und Mrs. J. B. Weatherford, good people examine the holiday stocks of MilldHle, eprmt Thanksgiving with our euttirprisiiig merchants are opening relatives hero. Undo Will Reid, who up for tho Chtitttmaa trade. It will eclipse cutiiiH to tho wants of tho ininr man by anything heretofore been here. Why go eupplj ing the fattest, juclest, tenderest away from homo when you can And pri- beef the market allbrds to our people, ces and quality to suit nt home ? WatcL haa been on tho sick list. His old enethe advertising columns of the Intkhioii my, the grip, tackled him and knocked Jouhnai. for further particulars. him nut in one round. It lb rumored A bunting and fishing party com- that our suave and hustling townsman, posed of Les. Reld, Jamea Oook, J. P. Smith Yowell, is Boon to pack bis grip Goode nnd J W. Allen took in tho hap-P- and take the road in the interest of u hunting ground of Casey with indif- larco notion houeo in Cincinnati. We ferent success Uat week. Some 14 birds venture the prediction that Smith will and a dozan flab rewarded their efforts. sell more goods than any man of his Mr. Goode fell sick nt Liberty the first inches in Central Kentucky. Rev. W. day out and had to remain In bed while Butler Harrison, of Lebanon, was the the rot fhhed and hunted. guest last weok of Mrs Char'es Wheeler Ono duty religiously performed by Mr. Harrison expects to leave this countho colored brother is to go hunting on try this month for Corea, being under Thanksgiving day nnd he was very much appointment as misiionary to that couniu evidence last Thursday. Every one try by the uxecutivu committee of fornblutotmr arras w.u in the field in eign missions of the Southern Presbyteanarch of the festive hare and all sorts of rian church. Mins Fannie Harper, who arms were brought into requisition, from has been teaching at Somerset, is nt tho old army musket to tho modern home for the present, there having been double barrelled breech loader. We hopo so much typhoid fever nnd diphtheria ut they left enough rabbits for seed. that town lately as to make it undesiraThere's n brand new firm in town. ble ns n plnce of residence. Miss Stella Arthur Carpenter anil Owen Willinme May, of Somerset, waa tho guest of Mies are the members thereof. Thoy have Julia Stagg last week. Miss Sue Irving, fitted up elennt parlors on the north of Danville, has been visiting Miss Bou-laside of Main, opposite tho Woatherford VnuArsdale. Miss Carrie Lanier, of Hotel. Their line is tailor mads clotlws Mills Springy wus tho plo.isant guest of and laundry. They will wel Misti Rosa Yowell lust week. Miss Min-nl- o come any one In nend of a new euit mid Woods spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. solicit a flhare of your laundry business D. Woods. She was accompanied by They aro polite and ivcommodating Mlea Hutchisou, a school frieud. Dr. II. young m mi and we wish them success in Brown is oil on n deer hunt. News was their enterprise. received hero Saturday that the nged A boy namtnl Goode appeared in father uf J. W. Brewer, of Harrodsburg, town last week with his hand bitten by formerly of this place, waa critically ill a dog. Ho feared hydrophobia, but thu und uot expected to hve..2)Tho ,older medical man allayed his fears and an old Brewer made a number of friends while darkey Btauding by said: "Look here, living here, who will regret to hear of bud, ifyou want to draw tho plzen out his sickness. of that baud you go homo and pull a Tho Louisville papers Bay that Cenhandful of hair out of that dog and bind it on the wound and it will euro it sure." tre College will play the rL. A. C.'s at We did not know beforo that our color- Louisville Saturday, but a dispatch from ed friends made ao literal an application Danville eaya that Cent has decided to of tho pioverb, "The. hair of the dog is close the foot ball season aa she has all good for tho bite." tho laurels she needs. In the six games Mine host and hestess of tho Weath-erfor- Centre made a total of 72 points, cdnat Hotel, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Speed, bix by her opponents. She shut out y gave a special spread Thanksgiving day Vauderbilt, University of Ohio, 'University, and State College. in honor of their two bachelor boarders, The prohibitionists have decided to J. W. Allen nnd Juno Raid. To say that the menu was preparod under the super- abandon the proposed, fight for local iu tho city as well aa in the county vision of Mrs. Spoed ia equivalent to baying, that it was olegant and delightful. uays the Hopkinavtllo Kentuckian, m All tho delicacies of the season were laid Queen and Crescent to Gov. Baadley's under contribution to make the dinner inauguration. Half-rat- e tickets on sale such oa would delight the eyes and pal- via tUb Q, &.O. and Ky. Midland at one ate of an epicure. In addition to MeeBis. fare for toe round trip, Dec. 8, 0 and 10, Allen and Reid, the following gentle-mo- n guod till the pith to return, Ask agents wore present. E I Hoppor, 0. B. for particulars. Reid, L. M. Rsid nnd Doc Dryo. The Four Biff Successes. than make Ha via the adv d merit to clh"nar of tho occasion' oDJoyment was good all ur reaeJtulnK claimed morethem, the folfor furnished by the presence of beauty's lowing fo Klni'.iei have reached a phenomenal, Urhaand New graces and Accomplishments as exem- tale, Coughs and Coldi, Pitcouery. for coniump-tioneach feotuq Kuaranteed-Eleclbitten, the great remedy for Liver Slom- plified In the persons of the following antlllittereyt. Uucklen'a Arnica Salve, the .tch young ladtaa who attended: Misses Jes- best in tha world, and Dr. Klng'i New Life Pill. aro which are perfect pill. All se and Kate Cook, Jennio and ABoa guaranteed a to do jutt what i theie romedieathen claimed for Mary Lusk and Flora Whltlngton, and thodealer whoie name It attached herewith Reid, wUl be glad to tell you more of them. Sold at A of Bloomfleld, K.i'ennr' Drujf S tore. weath-baeoonlSj- e. A Znu Promt For Everybody. ic hunt-Coop- er I . t'" th' at ol Christmas is most here and you have friends or relatives who must be supplied with Christmas Presents. A splendid line to select from can be found at I d. 1 1 P. B. TWiDWELUS, SailSTONYIIXE, KY. Any thing you want from the cheapest Toy to a handsome piece of Gold or Silverware. The I y nc-Uo- ns I li-- cof-f-- ll mes-eug- Lou-iaviil- e. e. firnt-clns- V Were remembered in my purchases with Dolls, Toys, Candies, &c. Lincoln county's representative-elec- t was born in Madison county, near llm Rockcastle line, Jan. i'9, 1839, of parents who canin from Montgomery county, Va His father waa William King nnd when With Manicure Sets, Toilet Sets, Banquet Lamps, Jewelry Hoxes, Gold Rings, Wathes, Silverware, &c, &c, the aubject of this sketch wna very young and In moved to Crab Orchard, where the vicinity lio lived up to tho war. The old mnu was quite poor und tho son's chancea for education were limited to a With Table Sets of various kinds. Limps of almost every kind, few mouths in winter, nn he bud to work knives and forks, carving sets, work baskets, and many other things to assist in making n support. He hired to fannerant $ 1 to $15 a mouth nud at the too numerous to mention. Iksidcs Christmas goods wc are headquarters for Fancy Groceries ngo of 18 wont to pchool three months -and pure Drugs and Chemicals. Give us a call and save a trip to Danpaying his ovn tuition. When tho war broke out ho went to Camp Dick Robin ville or other markets for your Christmas Goods. F. B. TWID WELL, Hustonville, Ky. sin nnd hauled wood and water for the troops nnd waa afterwards made wagon master nnd given churg of a team of 25 In the full of 1&01 ho was given n commission of captain to raifiu n company in Hackloy's regiment, but after recruiting Of nearly 'ho fill number be whh taken sick nnd tho war closing soon after he did not go into active service. Ho wkb married to M'ss L'szic Berry in September 1S01 and moved to Boylo county whore he. lived for 17 yeers. Thirteen children blessed bis mnrriRge, 11 of whem aro Window Glass in all sizes. living. In 1875 he went into the tan bark nnd stave businrBa, which ho has followed more or leas over since nnd dono well nt Stanford, it. Iu 1877 ho bought a farm nt More land this county nnd since has lived there adding farruiog nnd merchandising to his buoineee. Ho ban been u hard worker and his laid up quite a nice little sum for a rainy day. Mr. King has nlwnys been n republi War to the Knife. can, believing that its principles, if carried out, are better for tho State and nation, and has always voted tho republican ticket in National races nnd with few exceptions in the local races. Ho never Btood (or ollica before and wns as much surprised as the next mnn when his majority for representative was anuouticed Your money never woold buy as much as at present, for we have HON. BENJAMIN B KING. CHILDREN SWEETHEARTS WIVES A Splendid Assortment TOOTH BRUSHES, HAIR BRUSHES, AND OOMBS. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Ky n Tub Curies wlieoler Emporium. Prices Lower Than The Lowest. reached the at 160. Mr. King is u man of flue natural sense and being n practical buainesa man and a man ol property will not, we are sure, aid in nny legislation ngainBt the inter ests of tho tax payers. OF A LOCAL Climax of Low PFieos. Wc NATURE. have but one desire, that is to show you goods and Bed Rock Prices. quote you George Catron, brother of Judge W. M. Catron, of Pulaski, committed suicide li ilrst-cln- ts Friday. Centre College downed tho State When you arise some morning and find the sun rising in the West, College iu ;; foot ball game at Lexington that will be the day when Charles Wheeler will be undersold and not till then. Headquarters for Thanksgiving lb to 0. Tho deaths of two 8ged persons occurred ut McKinnay last week Mrs. S N. Davidson and Job Douglas. Drew, Selby & Co's Wm. W. Williams, n Mudison county Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishings. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. Sole agents for Royal Tailfarmer, had every rib crushed by a vicOthers may lead but you will never find us distancious horse crowding against him when ors, of Chicago. ed more than a throat lacth. See? Highest market price for prohe went in his stall. CHA.S. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. At Lancaster Clay Royston, a email duce. boy, fired at Johu HuHman, a big negro. Tho ball struck tho man in the forehead, but was turned by the hardness of the Temple of Economy. Ladies' Wraps, Millinery, Dress Goods, skull. A. C. SINE, FLOORING, Stanford, Ky. CEILING, d Ken-tuck- op-ti- ou m fowler. from Burnable, Dealer in- county, that three small boys while at play discovered an immensa cave near that place and in it found numerMetal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, ous human skeletons. is said that Judges Vincent Bore-inIt 3ETC SIDING, of London, and James H. Tinsley, of Barbourville, will bo candidates for I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. the republican nomination for appellate THE BLUE GUA.SS HERD OK judge in thia district next year. Mra. Bessio Broadua Erabry, who attended Stauford Female College for several years, died in Richmond last week. R. H. Pror, She bad beon ill a year. An infant sev- - Kentucky.' Crab Orchard, en months old is left to feel the qea of a mother's tender care. Plgi iorsalt front the bejt typi ol Rofistere Wiley Landers, an aged farmer, the father of 19 ch ildren and grandfather of o:t Breeder ecilrel from tn bet' 1erJ In Yral different States. Correspondence Sollcltep half a hundred, was killed on tho railroad track at Harrodsburg Thursday. S. H. BAUGIIMAK. J. II. I1AUCHMAN. A sou and daughter of bis met sudden deaths and a was murdered. The Richmond papers tell of the death at Huntington, W. Va., of Mrs. Nettie Phelps Russell, who was married about a year ago in great style. Her health had beon bad ever since her marn riage. Deceased was here Try ic5e olourbriadtwd you will hvHKohffFaCT Patent No (.Alpha 8now, Fluey Family. where she used to vialt Miss Mary Belle of Lincoln $ni Creole. She was a niece of Dr. CU'ton Pu-las- ki -- It is telegraphed Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles. g, Duroc Jersey Red Swine Bronaugh, son-in-la- STANFORD ROLLER MILLS well-know- lake the Best eedt Grades of Flour and Meal y. nc Buoklln's Arnica Salvo The best aalie la the world for cult, brutau Qur Special orei, ulcers, iaii rneum. lever aorea tetter, chap- - ley and Bran. icd handi, cUlblalni, corai aad au aaia araptioem.1 t poaitivc cure putt, or no payrepuircd. hit guarantee to give perfect aatfafactioa or aeoney refunded. Price c ceuti per box. For tale by A.R. Penny, Stanford, Ky, SEED WHEAT, IflNTER OATS, RYE of all kinds, mixed andcnlth'ed to order Corn, Rye, ShlpitaC, Oiti, Bar Remember all Feed orders wmt be accompanied with the caih. Addreu or call oa J.H. BAUGHMAN - & CO., Proprietors, Stanford, Ky. - J ..!. kJu. . ..J . v. emi-Week- ly Interior Journal Kr., December P. WALTON. 3 1895 SrANFORD, VV. The dow constitution, which Gov. W. 0. Bradley championed and voted for, i? t now falls athwart his political pathway and rises up to vex him. Before the The Feast continues. Look in any direction and the eye rests upon adoption of that fearfully and wonderan elaborate price feast. Not a single item, big or little, gets away fully mado instrument, a lieutenant governor succeeded to the ofllco of governor from the price reduction. Each department adds its quota of excepfor the full term if from any reaaon the tional values.' To take you through the store in this announcment governor became incapacitated. Now if generate representatives of a noblo peoshowing the countless ways, a vacancy occurs within two years aftor ple should have been the first to sound a of it the inauguration a new election has to be note of discoid. But comu to think beta. Hh? recent victory does not near the peoplo are not so noblo themselves satisfy Col. Bradley' s political ambition whon they put forward such creatures to but be is confronted with a difficulty. If represent them at home and abroad. The ould be and endless task. Wc take those nearest at home, leaving he were to be elected president or stream never rises higher than its source your good judgment to urge a visit early this week. he would be seated March 4 and tho people of the Palmetto State are anything that '07, loss than IS months after his guber- themselves to blame for natorial inauguration and in the ovent of Tillman and Evans may do to tarnish a new election, ho is not so cock sure their good name. that a republican would euccaod him. via Barbourville that Fine quality, plain or ribbed All wool, home knit socks 15c, In a fight at Hczsl Green between made no purchases. The situation will thereforo resolve itself The report comes Auditor Stono will appoint black cashmere, value 25c, 15c for black and gray cashmere 20c, James Williams and David Rose, two in a question between patriotism and J. H. Baughman & Co. have stored John H. Wilson insurance commis- prominent stock traders, the former wkb worth 35c. ambition. He has got the governorship about 1,S00 barrels of com 1 ought at week. sioner. This is tho veriest rot, for sever killed and the latter fatally injurod. Extra quality of Fast Black nailed down for four years ns it is and $1.15 to $1.25 and havo about exhausted al reasons. In the first place, wo do not A nortion of tho Lillio Foster mine ricccc lined Latl lose, value 40c, his friends Boom to think that be can get their capacity to store. suppose that Mr. Wilson would accept nearCarmel. N. Y caved iu. Five MEN'S UNDERWEAR. cm first or second placo on the National B. holds threo world's recordp, this week 25c. David such an oOice, and in the second he dead bodies have been taken out and Ladies, Misses and Children's viz: Four-yea- r ticket. He can also be elected to the U. old race record for gold couldn't get it if he wanted it. Col. perhaps ns many as 13 lives were lost. S. Senate if he wants to, so it will be inge, 2:12J; record, 2:10( black ribbed hose worth 10 now 5c. jigJA good heavy ribbed suit never Bradley, to whom the candidates owe Tho directors of tho American Palseen that the colonel is between the devil old record, 2.091. sold less than 75c, we arc selling their election entirely, will have a say ace Car Company will leave Boston this and LADIES' UNDERWEAR. and the deep blue sea. But we predict A number of farmers are bavin u them at 50c per suit or 25c per in the appointments, as he should have, week for a tour of tho Central and Souththat he will hold on to what he has got and is dollars to doughnuts and storing it. They say they can Heavy ribbed, fleece lined Union garment. it that he ern State", with a view to selecting a fac cornafford and wait, for bis experience proves that not to raiso it at $1.25, so they will say John Henry is not in it this tory site. Extra heavy fleece lined that is suits 50c, worth $1. all things come to him who knows how will let their land rest next year. PittB-bur- g considered cheap 51.50 per suit, deal. Ladies' Vests heavy ribbed, The presont run of coal from to wait W be has for the honor of ruling Bcssio Leach, by William Rue's wc arc selling them at Si. 's worth 25, we sell them at 15c. has been attended by a loss of Hess. Hknlb & Co., Louisville, who over Kentucky. on wrecked boats and Gambonito, paced over the Cecil track failed some time ago, believod that when about $140,000 She is only three at Danville in 2:15 The Louisville Times says that yon go a'cattin you should go n'cattin barges. Tho Little Fred and three bar- years old and has been handled very 'friendslof Hon. P. J. Foree are urging so followed it up in practice, and when ges sank at Deadman'a Ritlle. -- Some fool hUsed Gov. Bob. Taylor little. him to mako the race for the democratic they "bueted they buBted wide open." The export ol American horses to nomination for Congress in tho Eighth The report of tho commissioner just at Cambon, N. J., while he was lecturing The newest and most fashionable material, beautifully made up, retired from tho Great Britain has Increased rapidly, district." Of course, friends always do made public shows that the general cred- on "Dixie," and he having more than doubled Biuco 1893, ranging in prices from $1.75 to S15.00. that way when Barkis gives them itors will get lees than 4 cents on the dol- stage after administering a scathing re- amounting in the first eight months of No person in want of a suit or coat should not fail to attend this most coward. buke to the a pointer that he is willing to be urged. lar. this year to 25,755 head, valued at nearCol. Breckinridge refused the profimportant sale of men's and boy's clothing. Wc have just opened a From what we can learn Mr. Foree will Secretary Lamont reports that the U. fered hand of Editor Pat McDonol 1, who ly $3,000,000. not have to be urged to any great extent. At the sale of tho lands of D. B. new lot of single and double breasted sack suits, made up from the The fact is thoy do say that he is a full 8. army consists of 25,35S men and 2,120 opposed him bitterly during hiB canvass Stagg hero next Monday, 0th, I will bpII newest and most fashionable material and very attractive patterns. fledged candidate without any urging olicers, o one officer for every 10 men. last vear. and scornfully said he did not a pair of work mules, two horsee, 35 and it is also said that he is a most capa- There seems to be soldiers enough, but want to have anything to do with him. turnpike stock and the Lincoln -- Col. Lamb has been chosen to suc- shares ble and deserving young man. That he tho paucity of officers is alarming, unCo. right to sell the Lane fence. S. P. is a popular on too is shown in bis elec- less the Kentucky colonels could be call- ceed Gov. Mahono as tho leader of the Stagg, Admr. Ho was republican party in Virginia. ETC., tion to the Legislature from Shelby by a ed into Borv'ce. A Richmond man has shipped on an of tho State committee elected chairman big majority, when the rest of earth A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, Mr. Watte rson bloesomed forth yta and Virginia's representative on the Na- avorage of 1,403 dozen eggs a week for and hades was going republican. We six months and last week sent away !), tarday in a three-colueditorial on the tional committee. T; D. RANEY, Manager. have a very kindly feeling for him for 010 dozen, paying 15 cents for the last situation, after a month's silence. The and the further reason that he is a that shipment. A Berea merchant ships 1,- Branch Stores. CHURCH AFFAIRS. t MeOreary man and it is said will grb.;i editor is always interesting and 200 dozen a week. Pantagraph. whether one agrees with bim or not he Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, manage his interests in the Senatorial Bishop Wayman, of the A. M, E. Gay Bros, sold to Charles L. Bailey, fails better after reading bis charming Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. race. His end of the country deserves church, died at Baltimore. composition. Lexington, the premium saddlo mare recognition too from the fact it went Rev. Joe Hopper's meeting at Dan- Neville, by Chester Dare, dam Gold democratic while this roiled up a repub TnE prospectus of the Cincinnati En- ville resulted in 15 accessions to the Dust, for 1700. She took 30 premiums Wc arc pleased to announce the arrival of our- lican majority of 1,007, that being the quirer, which is always np to date and church. at Kontucky and Missouri fairs the past number of votes that Bradley beat Har- manages to get more news than any othElder Brewer will preach at Rush two seasons. They also sold to L. II. din, although MeOreary bad carried it the er paper, appears in this issue. It is a church next Sunday. All the Hudson, of Danville, five saddle marcs year before by 1,250. We are afraid that great newspaper and a perfect reflex of memberB are requested to attend. at $200 to 1400. it is going to take an unusually good passing events, printed ra Boon as they Rev. A. V. Sizemore held a 10 days' Simon Wiehl bought here this week And that wc are now ready for business with a rare assortment of man and a pile of money to bring the transpire. mooting at the old Union church, in the following bunches of cattle: 110 ot district back to the democratic fold. eight addiGarrard, which resaltod in Joe Gibbs t $3 87); 105 of Dudley Trib-bl- e It was not likely that the president's tions. K at $4; 57 of Jan. Bennett at $3.90; 27 tho 070,524 pensioners on the boun message was read in Congress yesterday, Of McKeo has resigned of Rev. J. Lapsloy fcx Kw T!7 Jake White at $4; 21 of Robert Duer-boty of the U. S. government, Kentucky so we made no attempt to get a synopsis, mijj .TEtSi the pastorate of the Second Presbyterian at $3.75; and 4 of Charles Oolyer at has 28,900 and draws S4.234.472 53 of tho knowing that such matter would keep church at Richmond to take effect Jan. $3. Tho average weight was about $140,000,000 disbursed for pensioners this and that Con cress would pay very little 1, and will the Roaistnr Bys, take the pounds and it took a apecial train of For old and young. Style, merit, worth, quality and low price all year. Only 10 States draw more than attention to what a democratic president evangelistic field Mar. 1 next. combined. IS cars to transport them. Richmond Kentucky, Ohio heading the list with BJJ8. The meeting at Walnut Flat hold by Register. $15,558,567 70, although New York eent P. Halsell The Danville Advocate has a capital Revs. U. N. Faulconer and J. t 100,000 more soldier to the war than Sunday nicht with eight profesclosed New York soldiers, it seems, were cat off on the sycophantic reporters who hang around Col. Bradley and acquaint sions. The weather greatly interfered fighting for principles, while Ohio and with the atteniRnce, but many braved most of the other States went in for the the world with his every movement, the storms and got much spiritual benstuff and aro still after it. Oh patriot- which must be as annoying to bim as it efit. ism, what stupendous steals are being nauseating to the public. Eld. Joseph Ballou, of Stanford, who made in tby nami! A very excellent "writo up" of Gov. is conducting the protracted meeting at Of the finest line of Pipes ever shown in Stanford. W. O. Bradley appears in yesterday's the OhriBtsan church in thlB city, preachIt is reported that Judge John E Louisvillo Commercial by Managing Ed- ed tho Tnankpgiving sermon at the BapCooper, of Mt. Sterling, will resign his seat on the circuit court, hunch and will itor Walter Forrester, who seems to know tist church. He is preaching aomo very interesting and instructive eermonB at In Stationery, Toilet Aiticlesand Dtuggist Sundries. make the race for Oongrees in the Tenth a good man when he neps onn. the Christian church hut thero haye district. If the judge has enough senee HEVSY NOTES. ONLY bien no additions yet. Columbia SpecCTS.AYEAR? to know when be has a good thing, he will not give up the substance for the Five hundred people lost their lives tator. Rov. W. N. Briney, of the Bible Compounded from ncwdrugs and chemicals by an experienced pharshadow. Politics is mighty "on sarti-idaring a recent storm in Russia. Lexington, haB accepted a call to is worth several and a bird in the hand macist. A new trial was refused Holmes, the Carmel, Bourbon county. in the bush these republican times. The and he was sentenced preach at Mt. Ho delivered excellent and interesting recent vote doesn't givn democracy much to hang. and night more hope in the 10th than it does in Thomaa Milburn, of Washington discourses Sunday morninn And any one sending two yearly Druggist, Stanford, Ky. last, and the members of Mt. Carmel aro other former strongholds. county, was accidentally killed while lucky in securing euch an orator and subscribers at 50 cts. each, gets a hunting. The republican members of Congress scholarly gentleman for a loader. LexSeven prisoners were Bent to the Copy One met in caucus at Washington Saturday ington Leader. night an unanimously nominated penitentiary from Somerset at the last Rev. J. T. Sharrard began hia paspaper and 9 long colAn of court. Thomas Brackett Reed for speaker. The term torate of the Christian church Sunday by The net receipts of tho umns to a page, makes it the democrats complimented Speaker Crisp preaching an excellent sermon on the foot ball game Last Saturday week yesterday, by renominating bim. At noon "Perfect Man." He prefaced his reSeedingtime is now right at hand; we have a largejstock of the two parties confirmed their action, Wire $38,003. marks by saying he was glad to be here Size I In a collision between two enginea and hoped that tho bright day was an and Reed ws given charge of the team at Middlesboro William Harknesa wca of wild horses by a very large majority. omen of a bright and successful pastorin Bcalded seriously. ate. A very largo crowd was presont Mrs. David Lamb, the largest woAll tho Christian Endoayorors in Cleve. and tho general expssslou was most faland, and thore are many thousands of man in the State, died as English, Ind. vorable to the preacher, who seoms to Always Most Reliable for Facts, Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine Truth and Markets. them, united in prayer at the same hour She weighed 509 pounds. be as pleasant socially as ho is gifted It is stated that there aro made in our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting on Thanksgiving for tho&conversion o' Ho will preach again next Bob Ingersoll. This Beema to be a waste Eagland, for home use and exportation, Sunday morning and night. short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line of effort. Bob has all the lights before more than 20,000,000 pins daily. of Uuggiesand Surreys. An oiu woman Docatne insane on a Family Newspaper in United States bim and it appearing that he prefers FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. darkness to light, he should be 'permit- train in Wisconsin, and throwing herW. L. WITHERS, Salesman. for News, Intelligence, Fashions, M. 8. Baughman bought of W. D. ted to go to hell without let or hin- self from the car window, was killed. Household, General Miscellaneous Thomas Ingalls, of Peru, Ind., while Bright a good cotton mule for $55. drance. kneeling at family prayers, was badly O. M. Jones has sold to Montie Fox Reading Matter, Stories, etc. TiisElkton Progress must be a gold bitten on one of his legs by a pet dog. for Goldsmith GO export cattle at 4c. mine. Notwithstanding this has been a Ike Bultrey and mother were shot The Midway Clipper Ulla of the sale PAY TO AGENTS trying year on country newspapers, Mr. to death near Fort Smith, Ark., by an of four hogs that weighed 2,100 pounc'B has erected a fine two officer. They were trying to elude him. at 3T. L. W. Gainea Double that of other papers. An story building for his printery and moved A hop at Midway endod in a bloody Lillard & Cobb bought in tbia couninto the spacious quarters. Energy and fight forced by aomo drunken boye ty and Boyle 2,000 barrola of corn at excellent opportunity for those out pluck will accomplish most anything and from Georgetown who attended uninvit- $1.25. of employment to make money. ed. Mr. GainHJ is well endowed with both. The Harrodsburg Democrat talis of Try it. Samples free. Address, Three men and two women were the sale of 400 bushels of Iriah potatoes running his pardoning drowned in tho Monongahela river near at 45c. Gov. Bbown is ENQUIRER COMPANY, The total winnings of Mascot, 2:04, machina night and day now and turning Brownsville, Pa., by tho swamping of a a period of two ycara is a by the dozgo. He hasn't ekifl. which covers out pardons CINCINNATI, O. Ready-mador made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any Bland's proposed llttlo over 525,000. been profligate with the power, howevmai). dri A. brother to Azote, 2:01 J. was er, and the peoplo will pardon him for lecture at Savannah, Ga., on free Bilver pardouing now that his pawer is Boon to was declared off, only one seat haying en in Washington by President Olevo- been sold. land for two years. cease. Friday was South Carolina day at tho Atlanta exposition and over IdO.OOO por sons are said to have gone through the turnBtyles. Senator Tillman and Gov. Evans made epoeches and added to their reputation for assininity. The former went out of his way to abuse President Cleveland and to rejoico that he and Evans had been received at the exposition by more people than tho president. Evans folio wed and in a dramatic manner declared that tho South proposed to rule this country, forgetting thBt she tried that once andfailed, All tho speeches at tho great show before these had been in the lino of fraternity and National unity, and it is to be regretted that these de- vice-preside- Laban Withers sold to B. K. Wearen a lot of baled hay at 50c por cwt. A feod and coal barn and eight hoad The fiscal court of Gallatin county loan to pay for of horses belonging to W. T. Jones were wants bids on a $17,000 burnod at Lexington. Loss IS.000. tho turnpikes. Two negroeB who bad been senEli B. Dooley, of Clark county, tenced to prison for attempted assault weighed to Moses Knhn, Monday, 110 wore takon from the jail at Fayottoville, export cattle, weight 1,020, at 4) cents. Tenn., and hanged. Montle Fox, 8gent, bought of N. I. The Ohesapsako & Ohio is to build a Buster 04 exportcattle, to go tho lat to $2,000,000 depot at Richmond and it can't 15th of December at 4 conts. Advocate do it too soon. Tho present makeshift Tho New York Hos3 Show, accord is tho worst in the country. ing to a careful estimate, will clear for The "University of Pennsylvania its stockholders this year over $100,000. football eleven defeated tho Cornell Tho beetthreo heats for a three-year-ol- d eleven Thursday, giving it an unbroken this year were thoao of Zombro at record of victories for the year. Los Angoles, which were 2:13, 2:13 and Charles Smith, the ball player, was 2:14. hauced in Illinois for killing his baby L. V. Harknees, of Lexington, paid His neck was bor and his sister-in-laGeorge Ketchtun over $0,000 in stallion konand ho died in 5 minutos. fees for the use of Robert McGregor loot At the rate that the 6eala aro being season. taken, leaving the pupa to die, it in estiMoees Knhn bought for Goldsmith mated that they will be extinct in tho in Bourbon last week 900 export cattle Behring Sen within fouryears. at 4c. Tboy ran in weight from 1,500 to A movement is on foot in Lexington 1,700 pounds. to give a benefit to Georgo Lewis Clark, Mr. O.S.Smith, of Tennessee, was the original of Mrs. Stowo's "Georgo hero last week to buy cotton mules but Harris" in "Uncle Tom's Cabin." found nono of any conaequeneo and Alexander Dumas, tho famous French author, is dead. Bargains I Another gala week for the Economical at The LOUISVILLE STORE! YOU CAN SAVE if Ladies' Hosiery. Men's Half Hose. five-year-o- six-ye- ar '1 AJ?im AJB JACKUTS THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAJCTFORD, red-ho- -- ch HOLIDAY -- -- : STOCK, o 1 1,-5- GIFTS t she-Bu- WHAT I 50 The Jeweler. WINDOW DISPLAY DAIV9KS, ICTIEiW The Great Enquirer EVIEIEyTHIIlsra- Col-leg- e, " multi-murdere- r, YES! PRBSCRIPTIOIiTS I "W. IB. M'ROBERTS, LOOK HERE I Free Year. Yale-Princeto- n Largest in Cheapest Price! Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, y. THE BEST CLOTHING J. ! Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, e v- H, : I 1 M'ROBERTS. x 1 mi-Wee- kly Interior Journal ICy., CITY AND ViniNlTY. Ladies' mackintoshes at Shanks'. Ovkiicoats fihuuks'. aro Hoing very lo Hilton leads Olothino Shnnko. Shanks'. A ou Otwiiek (lour. fc Hock-era-'. Ammunition at Craig Ladies, see our increased offer for you to show your familiarity with tho auat thors, which nppearaon the 4th page. r Do you know our JDo you know our Stanford, December 3, 1895 ia KOiujr at about cost ot variety, at wraps, at E. C. Walton, Business Manager Booth and shops in groat nick line of jnckets and I everything roks reduced prices. A beautiful selection of Hilton carries full mock of nil kinds of rlriKS too. Como and look them over, merchandise. i'enny'a Prim and Jowolry Storo. Si'RCtacleb at cost nt Craig & Hocker's PCRSOHAl POINTS. cash store. Fit guaranteed. Do Do Our Mm. T. A. Kics roturned to Louisville Two good in centro of STOCK? Saturday. town for rout. Applv nt this olllco. of Boyle, is visit-la- g MiaaKoDtB Adams, Always new, bright and attractive It is complete with all the little Phkschii'tions accurately and cheaply Mies Nau Rtugiimnn. goods in our dress goods stock. necessities that belong to such a Mil. and Mas. V. II. Wkaiirn went filled nt Craig & Hocker's raah store, over to Lexington Saturday. Wool Dress Goods, Silks, Underwear and Hosiery, stock. Wk have the llni-s- t line of Xiias presMh. II. I). (JimioiiY, of GrnjHon, Bpent ents you ever saw. iJunkn tho jowoler. Eiderdowns, Flannelettes, Gloves, Yarns, Zephyrs, Blankets Bivrntl days at Mr. J. P. Uailey'n. Pcnangs. Buy your new Dress Hoods, Fascinators. Many other Misa Mollik Dauohkkty has roturned Wk am selling guno nt cost to closo out Goods of us. from a visit to friends in Knoxvllle. Craig & Hocker's coh Btorc. things you don't see in every noour stock. Rev. A. P. Turner, of Richmond, and At tho election held nt the First Na Mr.s. J, E. Pobtman la back from n vie-- it tion stock. Sometiii.no for every tlonnl Bank Saturday on the question of Mies Edith May Bohon wero married at to Mis. P. W. Greon at McKlnney. Versailles. II. ItntniiT Fkiuiiix tins been asnignod for every person in Danks tho jeweler's reducing the capital Block from 200,0U0 RuftiB Suits, a wealthy man of Kanto $100,000. there wero 1,4 Hi share cast to Barker A Cooper's distillery in I'ulua X man stock. for tho reduction, tuorothnn 100 over the sas City, committed suicide rather than ki. A nick lino of fancy vestings aamplep, s necessary nnd it will bo mado. acknowledge that he had married hia Mil. I. W. Fish attended Mlus Ijln nt Shanks'. Have you ono ordered and The amount will bo returned to the housekeeper. Burks candy pulling nt Lexington and be in tho swim. Because of disappointment in love stockholders as soon as practical. had a big time. OURBenjamin Mans, tho son of a wealthy Fon Sale. Our dtsirablo residence on Mn. and mm. r. v. M'I.vk have gono Soicidk. Mr. Dill Moms, a Pike county farmer, committed suicide to bouso kooping in one of Mrs. Woodio Upper Main street. Call on or address traveling man from Somerset, ended a by blowing out his brains. Dr. Hugh Reid. Hale's houses. tjngspreont Chattanooga jumping At Canton, 0 , a peculiar double If. E. Rudolph, representing the I'a- n from n third story window nnd dashing wedding occurred Thursday. The brides Foh Sale. Four good horses and n ilucah Jluildlng and Trust Co., is at Mrs. himreif to piccts. He married a Mies and grooms of both wedding? wero brothpair of No. aiigni milieu, mnres. S. M. Lewis Dudderar's. Sheppti and sho with ono child sur- ers and sisters nnd twins at that. Ow-n- , McKlnney. Is now in full blast. The greatest opportunity ever offered in Central Mirs Annix I'ahki, who has bsen vis-- ' vive hu. He told the hotel peoplo that Mirs Maggio Reid, of Warren couny hlng M!m Hattlo House, returned to I am soiling seasonable band cawed his d meetic relations were not pleasant. ty, tho handsome young lady who vial Kentucky. Paint Lick yentPrdny. lumber for less money than you pay for Miss Mattie White Inst year, was Giin.u' Rkadi.no. And also good read- ted Mn. and Mrs. Hunt Looan, of knob lumber. A. C Sine. married a few days ago to Dr. Wright, a y ing. Wo will send the with Mr. nnd Intiihiok Journal with 021 poges ono prominent physician. Mrn. Edward Carter. Tub Parogon says that Tnomas Dirk, Jacob J. Douglas, a widower, and year, tho Now York Monthly World with Mits. W. 0. Wiihiuutt loaves Saturday of Pulaski, had four Miss Elizabeth May Jennings, of LanWorth of stuff to go at cost. Now is your time. Come while stock 352 pages one year and a copy of the for New Orleans, where her husband has born In four consecutivo days. caster, wero married In the parlors of World Almanac and Encyclopedia 584 engaged in business. Woodford Sun. is well assorted and you can find what you want. Clothing, Boots, tho Carpenter House Thanksgiving oveOne word moro. Don't put off buying page;, in nil 1,550 pages, for $2.35. Mus Klla WitifiiiTcIoKi.il her school is all you afford to let such an opportunity ning by Rev. S. M. Logan. The brido is Shoes, Hats, Dress Goods, White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Napnt Krlger last week with appropriate your Xtnao present until our stock a pretty blond and the groom is a trust- kins, Towels, Table Linens, Gloves, Hosiery, Ribbons, Ladies' and Blip? exercises and has returned home. She picked over. DaukB. .the jeweler. . ed employe of the L. A N. with Gents' Underwear, White and Colored Shirts. Everything goes. gave bo much satisfaction that alio ws At Lancaster, Mr. George Denny, Sr., All that is new, novel and appropriate nl Lebanon Junction. engaged for another term. tried to convinco a jury that he had been If you want nice, useful will be found iu our desirable selection Mr. K. L, Tanner, Jr., of McKinney, Don't forget our Capes and Jackets. Mk. W. II. Muhi'IIY has rented tlio of Xmas gifts. Danks tho jeweler. damaged $5,000 by an accident in getting had more than the most of us to bo property now occupied by Mr. V. 11. oil one of the L. A N.'b trains, but Gov. thankful for last wook. A pretty little The young ladies of tho Presbyterian Bradley, whose tonuuo has lost none of Wearen and family nud will move to Odd its cunning In legal lore, though so long woman assumed the sacred relation of town Jan. 1st. Hu will continue to run church will give a blrthdny party at wife to him and he is now as happy bb Fellows Hall, on the evening of Dec 20. used in political pyrotechnlcs.aoon showhis lino farm on the Htetonvilln pike. the dava are long. Her name was Miss Mim Son Kout returned from Bowling Eich person invited Ii expected to place ed that he wna entitled to no damages Myrtle Clark and the knot waa tied in Buy now and lay them away while you can get them cheap. We Green yesterday. Her sister, Mlaa Mar-th- in the little Bilk bag accompaning the in and the jury found for the railroad. Danvlllo near where sho lived. Mr. Tan- want the money out of this stock and intend to get it. 9 Paxton Hout, filled her place so well vitation a ponny for each year of his lifn ner an excellent young business man in tho that few people be- the proceeds to go towards building a Tiik Knights of Pythias elected the aad h hia nil friends rpjoice that he has following officers for the ensuing year at sides her sweetheart know she was gono. church in the mountain;. won a wife, who is said to bo in every , their meeting Friday night: Joe F. Mns. Alick Nkwland Kas down from Always up to Bnuff, our friend Mr. Fe0.; B. H. Dinks, V. 0 ; J. S. Rice, way a charming woman. Crab Orchard Friday to get Dr. E. P. Wo aend hearty congratulations to lix B. Twldwell, of Huatonville, is tho P ; Greenberry Bright, M. A.; J. F. Bonder to removo tho roots of a tooth first to advertise Christmas goods and K. of R. & S ; GapL W. U. Kirby. Mr. Robert Lee Davie, editor of the Rich that had boon broken off in pulling and got them to advertise too by a M. of F.; Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, M. of E.: mond Register, on winning tho heart and says the operation was entirely pain- ho has largo majority. Tho West Endera will J. Warren Hocker, M. of W., W. F. hand of a beautiful helpmeet and makless. not hnvo to go from home to buy any- Sheridan, Trustee. W. II. Wearen re. ing her hia own on the day when Thanks Mim Nannib Galdwrll, of Boyle, thing in hia line for ho has the best signed ox district deputy nnd J. S. Weill giving was especially in oriler. He was spent several dava with Mr. and Mrs V. married in Louisville Thursday last to goods at the lowest prices. was recommended in his stead. II. HiggiuB, and took part in the ladies' Miss Joe Green, a cousin of the Into entertainment at tho Preabyterlnu son Francis Mnrion Green, The Greon River railroad, which runs Adam Pence, Jr., the of the church, greatly to tho delight of all who from Kings Mountain to Yosemite, was of E. T. Pence, was found in his father's Richmond Register for 25 editor years, who Ib attended. sold by the master commissioner at Lib corn field Thanksgiving with a fearful said to be a very lovely These are our sentiments in all dealings. We endeavor to give you Mr. 0. A. Mooiik, of Stanford, who erty last week to the Alabama & Grent gash in his head at the ear. He was un- - was born nnd raised lady. The groom value received and not to misrepresent our goods. here and was alused to bo locHtod here, is in tho city Southern, which held n judgment against confcioua and at first it was thought that ways noted as an unusually bright and taking Mr. M. Woodson's place aa train it. Tho price, J5.000, was pretty low, but ,it was an attempt at murder, but on ro- - gentlemanly boy. May rosea lino their dispatcher while the Utter is In Lotiis-vlll- tho road is so much out of repair that a caininc consciousness, tho boy said a pathway and not a wave of trouble roll Inking high degrees in Musonry. band-cn- r couldn't run over it. horse had kicked him. The doctors who across their peaceful breasts. Middleeboro News. were culled to dresa the wound Bay it is Mu. J. i;. McClaiiy bus bought oj Mil. John M, Hail suffered a stroke of Sauflby. The prayer meetings, '. very Bevero, but not fatal, unless tetanus paralysis Thursday evening after return- Messrs. M.S. & J. W. Baughmnn their supervenes. which have beon conducted at Logans ing from Mr. John G. Lynn's effecting h harness Btore and till continue the busiCreek church on Saturduy nights, will Our Children's Clothing is what we sell it for. We will give you Tiik tea at Hon. and Mra. G. A. Lackwhole eido and his tongue. Hisconditlon ness at tho present otand. He will also from now on be held at the neighbors' another opportunity to get some unexcelled bargains. A few more Ophelia was critical for a time, hut ho is some- carry a large lino of undertaker's goods ey's given by Misses Clara and houses. Mrs. A. 0. Marein has gone to black, Cheviot suits at $3. All-woCombination Suits, Lackey In honor of Dr. nnd Mrs. W, N. nnd with a handsome, new heaisa will what improved now. r by the following in Somerset to consult an eminent physi- double seat and knee, $$, and many others which will convince you Mr. W. Vkhnon Biciiaiidson, who has be well equipped to attend to burials nud Craic was attended cian on the euro of consumption. Her been in this f flko for a month, returned other work in this lino. Mr. McOlary addition: Misses Nan Baughmnn, Bessie brother, Mr Will Napier, went with her. on examination. A. Glnsa, who is now conducting a has had 10 years' experience in under- Richards, Georgia and Nettie Wray, AnK to Danville Saturday, having given much taking establishments and knows tho nie and Mary Alcorn; Messrs. Jock Kout, dairy nenr Danville, bounht several milk satisfaction. After Now Year's ho will He Richnrd Denny, George McRoberls, eow 8 in this county nt 325 to $30. bglu tho atudy of law nnd powdbly enter business well. bought one of J. S. Uockorat the latter Walker McKlnney, Carroll Bilay, Dr. price tho Law department of Centre College. This line is large and bargains are numerous. Good wool suits at $$. Tub quarterly court of the county A. S. Price, Dr. W. T. Willis nnd Mr. and t' A F. Mbberly sold to Hon. J. 8. S. Mk. W. A. TiuniiLB lies returned from We sell no cheap goods but good ones at low prices. judge i not ofien a movable body, but MrB. W. II. Wearen. The eupper was Owsley COO shocks of corn nt $1.50 per weddiug and reportn Judge Davison will movo up to Crab Orthe BurgeM-PIcke- tt barrel with fodder thrown in. all the most ardent epicure could wish arojal time. Mies Sudie Pickett vsa" chard to try tho enso of Mrs. Hnd tbo ovening proved a very delightful maid of honor and vltd with tho brido Lewis Dishon against Fontaine Fox Bob-:NKW ADVKBTlHKJiENTS. ono. in beauty and attractiveness. Over 200 bin. Some time ago, one of Mr. Diahou'H y house at Rowland Firk A gueHts Hat down to the sumptuous sup boys was chargod with stealing a hog and Good, all wool double and single breasted suits, Sio, have no equal by Mr. B. P. Martin and occupied owned por. : : for the money. Also a good line at $7. 50. Some which cannot be he gave Mr. Bobbitt hia note for $25 to Those old soldiers, Meeeta. W. P. Tnlo clear him, which he did. Whon tho note by Georgo Vanhook and family was dis' equaled for $5. and K. 0. Walton, braved the storm and fell due, Mr. Dishon couldn't meet It nnd covered to be on fire Saturday at mid wont to the Liberty court as usual. Mrs. Mr. Bobbitt had three of his cowa sold. night, and but for tho efforts of the Walton nnd Lucy Leo accompanied her Ono of them was claimed by Mrs. Dishon neighbors who succeeded in waking up HUSTONVILLE.rKENTUCKY. Offers husband es far as Uustonvillo and is and eho sues Bobbitt for its value $14 tho inmates after kicking the door down, coln aud hUiervictt o tne ipeople ol West Lintill itock of Coffins Catcy Counttei. And we have a big line at prices to suit the times. Good might havo boen burned. Tbo and Caikets always on hand. now the guest of her sisters, tho Misses There are soveral hundred witnesses they Carpenter, Manager. D. S. 95 pants, $2. Corduroys at $1.50. Fine dress for Sunday. Side houee was totally consumed and nearly Cook, more or less and to save them a long pockets and top pockets. Latest styles. Call for these goods. Lahlhy left yesterday for tramp tho judge goes to the mountain in- all of Mr. Yanhook's furniture with it. Mn. Thomas Orange, Texas, and later this week Mrs, stead of maklDg tho mountain come to He had no insurance, but Mr. Martin held a policy for $1,000 in tho London, Lasley, Mrs. Seargent nnd John Lnsley him. Liverpool & Globe, which tbo agent, Mr. will go thither to spend tho wintor. Miss Lincoln Circuit Court. W. A. Tribblo says would have expired Maiiiuki) in tub Louisville Store. Sue Lnsley, her friends will bo glad to D. II. SUs's AdmlnUtnioi, Plaintiff. Agatnit They are beauties. Ask the boys about them. J eni8 P. Stage and othrrs, DetenJients. know, will not leavo, at least till altor Yesterday was about as raw a day as ov- - in flvo days. Notice of Sale. or came in early winter, but it did not Christmas. Thompson. Many of our young peoPursuant to a judgment and order of tale of October term, Court, rendered at L. Pknny accompanied deter Mr. James Gastineau nnd Mies ple will remember the fresh young fel- said above st) led action,its the undersigned 1895, in Miis. Gkobob Comthe Jnmra M. Saufley to Paris, whoro hu Margaret Lay, of 0. K., from coming to low, who camo hero with tho Christian missioner will on matrimony bent. Their hearts convention and made himself eo obnoxDec. 9U1, 1895, JK, took part in tho declamatory contest, town on ' taking 'Sparticus" as hla pieco. II. D. might have been warm, forico nnd snow ious to young ladies, that tho boys gave Being tst day of the December term q! the LinCourt, telcre the Court door, m Friable, of Cynthiana, won thn first med to do no harm, but tbeir bodies gavo no him a wild goosochaso one night. The coln County of Stanford, Ky , between Houm, hours the in the town of Richmond, indication of it, for they were as cold a proprietors of tho St. Asaph have hlso a of o a. m. and a p. m.. soil at public outerr to the al nnd J. Speed Smith, the following described looking couple as wo overBaw joined in lingering remembrance cf hlra, for he lit hlgrtcat and best bidder,situated in Lincoln Countho second. real property, which is In this department we cannot say too much, as we. had a much waters cf the Ha ging Fork and Mn. Clarence E. Woods went with wedlock, as thoy stood in the clothing out without liquidating hia board bill. ty. Ky.,on the which the lato 1). II. Stagg being the farm owned larger trade than we looked for and are getting in goods every day. Casey Owsley home the other night, department of the Louisville Storo and Nobodv here knew where he wont and and upon which he resided at the time of his Call and examine for yourself. Our stock is still complete, but there as follows; death, bald f is bounded whon Misa Ellen Owsley was entertain were made one by Rev. W. S. Grinstoad. nobody cared but tho hotol men, until On the North im the Und of generally by w. V. Carter, on the is no telling how soon it will be broken. Get your choice before it is place, Woit by the ing Misses Lena Archer and Eleanor Mr. T. D, Raney acted as best man, wbllo this dispatch came from Lexington: A South by the Old Peak and on on theEast by the the Old Thurmond place too late. We have everything a man must wear. says: Misa Nellie Orndoff and Ed Nevius saw young man giving his name as J. L Hanging Fork. Said Bacon and In tho Richmond Roaster Mr. Joshua Lay, faSHIRTS Of every description, white colored, wool and heavy, It was worth a prince's ransom to bo one the knot well tied.who sooma to be much Thompson, and claiming to bo the grand- Farm 125 Acres, working shirts and night shirts. Duck coats for feeding purposes party with this trio of beau- ther of the brido, of the noted Harrodsburg lawyer, of a house son polts of land. The farm roods, and 13 ties, noted throughout Central Kentuc- older than the groom, und his Bitter, Phil B. Thompson, Hr., has left Lexing- 3 be sold as a whole and free from th clsim vf Satisfaction guaranteed or Money refunded. will Mlaa Ludie Gastineau, camo over with ton. He said he was a member of the Jessie P. !tagg to dower in the land, she having ky. Cortain it is their sweetness is not waived her Claim to nave her dower alloted ti her wasted on tho desert air with such fas- the couple. Christian Endeavor, and attended its in land and agreeing to takeofher aower interest in the land. out ot the Tho groom Deems somewhat of a mar- meetings. One young woman to whom moneyestate being sale price to pay the The per-of cinating gallants as Messrs. Letcher and insufficient debts sonal for the farm Oasoy Owsley. Tho presence of Mrs. rying man. A few months, possibly ho paid much attention mourns the loss the decedent, thefund towill be soldseid debts purdischarge pose of raising a and this 0 wsley completes tho quartette, for sho three, ngo his first wlfa went crazy on of a fine gold watch ahe loaned him, tho costs ofCreditproceeding.and 18 months. Bond, of 6, 11 Tkms is unquestionably one of the loveliest the subject of religion and was aont to and a medical student lost sn overcoat, with approved personal security required of purthe asylum, where she died in two weoks. mackintosh and other garments which chaser, payable to athe Commissoner and having and most accomplished of bluo grass force and effoct of judgment. Thirty-riv- e shares of slock iu Danville and Crab matrons, and her home could be no oth- It didn't take him long to dry his tears were appropriated by Thompson. Several pike aud right to sell the Lane Patent what It Is -- a contra of refine- over hur demise aad to lay siego to tho other persons aro poorer by his visit. Ha Orchard Lincoln County. er than Fence in R. C. WAHItHN, ment, culture aud typical Kentucky boa heart of another woman, who proved a owes Lundlord Hkain for two week' U-)" At.'C. L C. C. Nov. aa, 1891. board. very willing Pegotty to this Barkis. pitality. I 11 Don't you neod bouio kuivce, forka or BhnnkB'. BpoooeV Hemumh(r nt store-roo- ms ... A heavy rain fell Saturday and SunWs aro a itroat etirprisu to Santa Cltuie. day, followed by gusto of anow yestor Danks tho jowoler. day, making n very disagreeable day all Ladies' cloaks and jackets are going nt around. buihII profits nt Shanka'. To tho tax payers of Lincoln county Get a fancy vest at Shanks, It is the Don't romplain when you see your property advertised. I must have the latest agony for gentlemen. Ux. T. D. Newland. S. L. 0. Guns aud huntera' supplies at closing MnPnlmrla nntn.l.i,. W Banquet. -- The Ladies of tho Macra-bee- n and the Sir Knights of the K. 0. T. Go to Hiltou'a, Junction City, for Bait M. of Stnnford tents contemplate jointly at $1.50 for seven bushel barrel. giving a banquet and ontortainmont on Look out for Hilton's displny of Xmas Wednesday evening, 18th. goods. He will be in time. Save your Dn. W. B. Pknny received yesterday money. an order from tho Barbouryille bond Four cira of Capt. W, II for two cornet players to accompany it A WitLcic Kirby's train jumped the track a little to tbo Bradloy inauguration, but he this side of Lancaster Friday afternoon, could not fill it. Most of tho doctor's men aud it was getting on townrda midnight aro too oick to see that sort of a sight. when it came in here. The 0 i M. train MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. was also detained by the wreck, Shoe Stock? Cloak Stock? When you pay for Leather you want leather. Come and see our line of solid Shoes for men, boys, women and children. We sell Boots cheaper than any house in Stanford. If you don't you should get acquainted if you want to be in the style and keep warm. Every day is special sale with us. Stoch has been replenished by recent purchases cf Capes and Jackets. you knowOur Dry Goods Stock? you know Notion Sat-tcen- s, purse-someth- ing two-third- SEVERANCE & SON. -- well-know- n 1 i 1 GREAT SALE! 1 Semi-Weekl- grand-daught- eis C-- m head-quarte- rs Presents Fop Christmas HUGHES & TATE. n m poet-olllc- o, Wa-tei- s, A a Cum-mln- jono Right Is Might A nd in Might is Power. Sqare Dealings at One Strictly Low Priee. all-wo- ol urr BOYS' CLOTHING - ! MEN'S CLOTHING all-woo- ! two-stor- J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, All Men Wear Pants. l, Commissioner's Sale hi NECKWEAR! Monday, Underwear to Suit Everybody and at Prices to Suit You. OVERCOATS. Contains 776-1,0- Strictly One Price Clothing House, J. L. Frohman & Co. Danville, Ky. Lj 5EMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOORNil To The Ladles. LA jpatillslieci Kvory Tuesday and Friday ass psit YiiLA.it iy jvJovvNOJi. so paid SlrWhen not 3U.60 will be charge J."W! K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. wiring Trains leave Sunforu . m at :jo p. ni. and o:aa p. m. ;:tj. nil j p. in, L.&N. No.- -, LOCAL TIME CARD. m Ne. n, Train going North " " No, 3d. " " South No. 15, " 2 " 4 ....... uijpn 315am ui it 04 p n 1 ,.... ISP QUEEN & CRESCENT. Train pasg Junction .tt; as follows: Mo. 1 South it 31 n m No North ...3.56 p m 3 5 7 i ...0 00 a m 40 p in ' 10 Note. Nos. 5 an J b anil 0 ami to run no fur her than Junction City, ror on Sunday. ' ' " 11.55 am 11 oj m 9 " ..... t.coam S "6 " 8 " " " " ...1.46 pm ...3.13 a m ..3.37am OWDER Absolutely Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. SOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wall Street, Now York. .it'.n it. Cattleman A. O. LoEbnc In order to enliven the long winter evenings, we print below a Hat of 50 fa miliar quotations and nak our lady leaders to Bend us the names of the authors of eicb. To tho one Bending the eutire list correct, we will mail freo one year any niARazme she may (select and a copy of th's paper free aud to the one pending tho nearest correct a copy of tula paper ono year. Should more than ouo send correct replies, the award will bo mat'e In any way that a committee may decide. Tna eame rule will apply to the nearest correct answers. This will Rivo every lady who contests a fair chance. As I here have been no responses to our offer made as above in our Inst isaue, we have concluded to increase tho priza to $5 for a correct credit to each of tho quotations below. Pity'flnkin to love. A snddor cud a wiser man. Frailty thy HRinb is woman. To beard the lion in hie- deu. A fool at forty is a fool indeed. While there's lifo tbero'B hope. Tho child is father of tho man. Faint heart ne'er won fair lady. Handsome is as handsome does. Fools for arguments nso wagers. Mau proposes and God dispoeee. Jealousy is as cruel as tho grave. Three removes aro as bad as a fine. There is divinity in odd numbers. To err is humau, to forgive divine. A thing of beauty is a joy forever. A verry pretty quarrel as it stands. None but the bruve dtssrve the fair. Hell is paved with good intentions. Tell the truth aud shame tho devil. Waste its sweetness on the desert air. llope deferred maketh the heart Bick. The trail of the serpent isover them all. He alono is blest, who ne'er was born. Oharity shall cover a multitude of sine. A fire brand plucked from tho burning. Tho post of honor is the, private eta- - JWrJO'.jA HPI X Av &Eg&F? TviiLyitsrtiraGTfoYn llJLt TO THE IsAIDISS in m i 1 DB. "W. B. F3S2TETZ', New goods of the latest stylts Just received Call In and see the largast and best assorted line ever brought to Stanford. Trices as low as the lwcl11' Elegant line Linens ami Embroidery Material. MISSLICClKHKAZLfcY, Sunfotd, Ky Ociitlst, Office on Main n. : Stanford, : Jy. Posl-OtC- n.lJJJ-.0court days at Stanford orat my home In Chas. Knnslin, Tanner. LTTTMTC . I will take all the hides I can et forcaih or In ttaooloi leather on Otton-ncli- Strtet, Opposite the I mnlualronsert clilmi agslnitatid by DISSOLUTION. 1. Attorney at Law, for settlwnent Dte Any and all mim n hu, firm will pWm rrrscnl them itiyt. to ). T J nlh: tix&l '". Mgt- Stanford, - - Kentucky. J. W. lUl'OIIMAS. BZa : 4 U : B0T7TE, In time of Irains, etc. WITHERS -:- - & -:- - MOCKER, Co, Office on l.aicaiter Street, oppoiite the Court House. Collections receive especial uttsutlnn. 83 Undertakers and Furniture Dealers. Stanford, Ky. M.S. IlAUOIIMSN. Pour lite any reuusO iat Uig H. H Ilfttite. MARTIN, O. McCORMA Osn Pass, and Ikt. A Pas Traltlv. Mgr. For full informal I. n as M.S.&J.W.Baughman, raoraiKTORS ORCHARD, LAW H, GARDEIT St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, FALL.J8y Alt kinds ef Fruit and Ornamental Trees, ShiuH, boiall I'ruil., Ompe Vines, Asparsgus, y. r mon-eMuy dlielalid Ac, Ac. Nu on STABLIJ, Stanford, - - Kentucky. It you need livery glvo us a call. Catale. ira ;eli ej Lealngien, Ky. MBRSHON & GREER, Proprietors. Nothing firit-cltt- jt for rates. turnouts will leave our stable. In our &oc n but All kinds of Wagon, Uuggy and Carriage Making'and Rcpairinf, done in first class style. HARNESS SHOP Havorour repairing don by our man, he understands tils business. We have a mechanic in our You will find a Rood assortment of all subject to register. J M McKOHEkTb,.' 69 ira ford. DUROC HOGS For Sale, both seics, set vice Maine, II Horse Shoeing and Blachsmithing of all Kinds. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in Jiis work. BARKER HOUSE, J F. 1IARKKR, Proprietor, BLACKSMITH SHOP. d'icea Tiy our hor intr. ik aal utlifscnr Somerset, - Kentucky. Rate TWO DOLLARS Per Day. Large KriiKMlcled and refurnished throughout. and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and office connect! by Kltctrlc Belts. Prompt and polite nrvtcc to guests. 47 OUR 11USTLINO INSl'KANCK MAN, ME. a. E. KIELEY. EB SXFBBIESCED MISTER, Give us a trill. Has charge of our Painting Department. FOR SSLiyK I H,cote ! 'U'tbl s Farms near Two Good Hustonville, Lincoln Co., Ky. Blue-Gras- m. w. josnxsojsr, Whorepresefits the Old Reliable Mlchiitan Mutual l.if Intursocc Co., ef Detroit Mich, can wiiie jou all tbc most fawrabte plant ot Iniur anee. He aisorcprrMntt the old rrliable Central Tobacco WamhnuM) of Lraisvllle, Ky., and will be glad lohtve a liberal share of yirar patrtnge. WlU nil tke favor that can be itf dv to Liberal cash advance-stent- s given by any arc nous ir mooo ow consigBinoatt, iMh in (be and country. 1 will be at Nanfeid every ceuil day. Paitie-- waLim? bvslwdi, prises or monevshoHtd address m at Paint Lick, Ky. Prompt attention guaianteed. The heirs ot Mrs. America Bailey, deed., offer fer sale her two Farms, MUAted ah ul ctue mile wr,( of lluuouvillf, in Lincoln county, en the rkM two Farms llradfordsville tutnpUtw rswd in Include about land and can be divided m me acre, lu the ti.ime pMe ao acres 111 on wn rr. The buildings ai-- Imprrevtinrnfs ami substantial. Kach ot the larms are cemfeitable is dl walerfdainl cofivrnunt to goml schools and churches. Terms reasonable. Title clear Per fuilhci mlermsdrn apply torithtr of us. lion. Coming events kind. God tempers c8t their shadows be- p ROYAL fc" fore. A follow feeling makes us wondrous the wind to tho shorn Steel Range and 40 Pie ees of Ware for $25. fSTS. .ncthinr Xew ac rcl c.lir ware-boM- t J P.AU.i;Y..1iaoferd, Ky, IIOCKKR. Ilusionvllle, Ky. J VAYRTTE DUNLAP. M. I)., Dsn- vllle, Ky. " (si" SPRI.NO AND SUMMUK. Something to Beautify tho Ladies. Daily OfenlfMSig New Hats, Aowcrsaad laccil Wc else the assiiranc to the trade that they wil, find in our ts aMlhrncnt the umi cseluiivobess d all the n style of patterns, halt asd t.tiiti noi4UaiH Millmerv lrwbscliv.e ale known throsif heut tho country n I harraecuM.l a irtiuaer fer tho season. 1 luHking yon lor post fasora, e respectfully sokclt your patrortage herrtufaro stlll-cratlM. I). DUHDI.KAK- KAIL DUDUhRAK. Manager. i! MTEitPOOl.. MANAGERS, BARBES &CASTLEMAK C:iB2Bcrce lamb. The want of decency ib tho want of sense. Music hath charms to sooth a savago breast. The lines aro fallen to me in pleasant plnces. On their own merits modest men aro FIRST NATI0?AL BANK W H. WEAREN & CO, OrSTANFORD. KY Capital Stock Surplus 8200,000 23,700 l'tlnr first-ela- Building, Louuvlll dumb. Ono touch of nature makes Agents throughout the South the whole II fe 1 M 7' : H world kin. Fairest of crentiou, last and best of all Y A. TEXS3L-I3- , Local Ag-snt- , God'a works. STANFORD, KY. 'lis true, 'ti true, 'tis pity, Bnd pity 'tis, 'tis true. THE When the judgment's wealr, tho preju dice is strong. EXPOSITION Approbation from Sir Hubert Stanley WILL. HE HELD 's praise indeed. Sept. 18tlOo Dec. 31st, 1895. Stone walls do not a prison make, nor On grouud traversed by rlrli'pits, over which iron bars a cage. Sberm&n threw the first shell into Atlanta 31 years Tby head is as fall of quarrels, as an Ago, the Kxpoiitlon is last Ukiiu shape. The uc celleut railway facilities ot the great egg is full of meat. He that fights and runs away, may live to fight another day. Guocae not alone- a proper mate, but proper time to marry. ROUTE There's not a joy the world can give And Its connections to Atlanta, together with low railway rates, will enable the people to make a de- like that 't takes away. lightful trip at but small expnse. Tib better to have loved and lost, than The Quenn & Crescent runs superb vestibuled trains with through sleepers and carrying Parlor, never to have loved at all. Cafe and Observation Cars, from Cincinnati direct to Atlanta, passing through Georgetown, LexingMan's inhumanity to man, makes ton, Somenet sad Harriman en route. More than sou inllea shonett line Special low reduced rates countless thousands mourn. Ask your Queen & Crescent to the Exposition 0, that men should put an enemy in agent something about it in detail. Write to Chattanooga, Tenn their mouths to steal away their brains. A. J. LYTLE, D. P. A , He is a fool, who thinks by force or C1TAS. V. ZELL, D. P. A , - - Cincinnati, O skill, to turn the current of a woman's atlon and printed matter. For'free infore ATLANTA Lamps, Queensware, Glassware, Stoves, &e, - AT - FARRIS & HARDIN c II) J2 QUEEN AND CRESCENT u u H For MONEY LOVhG PEOPLE. to D u o o U v s c ?E 0.0 0 0 Z &' Have your Prescriptions filled at Craig Pure Drugs and Chemicals only us. & Hocker's. ed. Accuracy, Promptness and Atttnuon of the public is intited to ths I ai that this Is this oily National llanW in liUnfor.) ffn.l.r tho i.tiivntont of the National Ilaak Ac- dcpcoitors are stcured not only by the capita stock, butbr the UiK.holden liability tor amount equal to the stock, so that deposits o this institution are secured by a fund of Joa,ooo Ky. Five sworn statements of thacondltian of th ban) are made each yearto the Uultcd butct govern' Meet all TrainSfOlKbt and day. Patnmi taken to mtntand Its assets are esatnintd at statsd tiaili any part ol town Flee of Charge. ty government agents, thus securing additilosr enf perfect safety to depositors. Faro of Hotel J 1.00 pel Good Livery Attached. This institution, originally established as ths day. -- 6m A. II. BAbTIN, Prop. Deposit Uank of Stsuford lu 1S5S, then lied as the National Kank ol Stanford in iSot anc First National Itsnk o irxin I Stanford in iSts, lias had practically an umnter ruptsdesistcDceofssycars. It is better supplier now with tacUitirv for traniacticgbuiinsss prompt ly and liberally than ever btfotcin its long an All psrsoits havsog claims against J C Oooch i.w noneraoiecaicci. Auunu oi rtspcctfully solic are retivslcd to present them by Nov, jo, 1S03, firms and individuals L. O. UUOCH, Aa.igneet cianes, proncriy proven. ted. Wayntsbuig, Ky, ;, Ths Directory cf this Bank is composed ol Forcstu Iteid, Lincoln county; US. S.T. Harris, Lincoln; J. H. Colliei, Lincoln; Law, J. W. Uaydsn.Stantord; S. II. lUughman,! Lincoln; J. S. Ilocktr, Stanfoid; W.A.Trlbble.Stsjford, Will act as Baccutor,AdmIniiiralor and Assignee M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Special attention gtwn to Scttleftients ol EsT. P. Hill, tjtanlurd, and bale and Division of sies, as Aito-neK. L. Tanner, XIcKinnsy; ef ants'Lands. M. J. Miller, Mt. Ycrcoo,Ky Office ou LancasterSt overSupt. W, F. McCU J. . Hocker, President ; y'sofHce. 90 co. J. Me Roberts, Cashier; J A A.McKlnoty, Asit. Cashier bestl. THE BAST1N HOUSE, Crab Orchard, 1 1 ITOTIOE bi.ti.ui, Wllaoo at Veurncm. Attorney - Stanlord, y Kentucky. LOW PRICES! Guaranteed. O Us a. s. piiicr:, farmers Rgnk&Trnst OF STANFORD, KY., lsnowfully'organired Or WC..RINEAUSON, G. P. A., - - Cincinnati will. ..F VOU ARKGOING THE mmmmmmmmmmwmmmMMmmmmamiammm The devil wae sick, Ihe devil a monk would he, the devil wus well, the devil a monk was he. The witching hour of midnight, when church yards yawn, and hell itself breathes out contagiou on tho world. Tne old Btory of Prometheus is a fan-b!Prometheus was on terms of intimacy with ttie gods. From them he stole fire, aud uave it to men. For this sin he was bound to tho rocks of Mount and vultures were set upon him. They only ale his liver. This grew again as fast as it wab pecked away. Are his sufferings to be imagined? Take a modern interpretation of tho parable. There ia no cooking without fire. In cooking and eating the raipchief lies. The etomach la overtasked, the bowels become clogged, they can not dispose of the food that Is given them. Tne impurities back up on the liver. Then come the vultures the torments of a diseased liver. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is more than equal to the vultures of dyspepsia and its kindred There is no more need of suffer ingfrom dyspepsia than there iaof self. Sold by all medicine dealers the world over. mm- Uau-caEsuhang-tUROne'a o VI CJ A full line of Druggists' Sundries and ready for business wit' Surgeon Dentist, Stan for I, ICv. Office over McKoberts' always in stock. u L. H m CB.A.T.C! cSs HOCEEB. Paid up Capital of 3urplus, . $200,000 U0.O00 IliilUmn. Drugstore in the Owsley THE RILEY HOUSE Kontuofcy, ds-nr.- y e. LOUIIVILLC 4 NASHVIllt R. R. a, It the line for you, as its double Daily Trains Makejclote connection at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. lb Receiving His FALL : AND : "WINTER : GOODS, cal. V. 11. niLEY. I'ropriotor, SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATlONAi UANK OK STANFORD, - - Now closing up) with the smt assets and undo the same management. II y provisions or lis chatter, depositora are a. I have moved to my new Hotel and am bolter fully protected as aie depositors in Nations iirepsrsd than ever to accommodate the public. Banks, its shareholders being held individual!; Jood Livery attached, and every convonience liaolc to the extent of the amount of their clots Give mo a call. therein at the par value thereof, in addition to lh T7 FRANK RILEY, amount invested in such shirks. It may acta executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully u an individual. To those who entrusted their buisinest to nr while mnsglnjf the Lincoln National Bank si Stanlord, we we here tender our many thanks a&t uccessors to J. B. Higglas, Dealers ia trust they will conUnue to transact their businnr with us, offering as a guarantee for ptompt attention to samo, our twenty years' expenonce la banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. London. R. R. Noel & Son, nt All Kinds b1 of Coal, Kv. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information erqulre of JOES. RICE. Agent,'Ky Stanford, Goods Warranted and a Perfect;Fit Guarantr. i. Give me Ky. Midland R'y, Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysville, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Oovlnffton. Moor's Air Tight Heater. J J. Williams, Mt Vernon; . II. Shanks, Ht infold; J.3.lOwslry, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J. II. Owsley, Stanford; J.;F Cash, Stanford; William Gooch,. Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgovills, mnxcioRs: Stanford, We will continue the coal business Mr, Ills, gins old swud and will have 00 hand at all tiraea at " c1.wh'c cash "I" deliver promptly. We will sell strictly for and will mas. io the Interest of the people o! this section 10 Itpay DON'T FOROET THAT He Cincinnati and Franlcfort Shortest and quickest between Only Diiect Liue Between W.'H.CuremlDs.JPreachersl S. H. SbanksPrestdeut, Dr. THE FAVORITE MILLS, AT McKINNKY, KY., Have Just been overhauled and repaired fiom n to top by the famous Richmond City Mill Works, of Kichmond, Ind , and with capacity now increased, are doing more and better work than ever bofore, and with the old reliable D. V. Kennedy as head miller, you are sure of irood rlour and fair treatment. Bo sure and bring us your grlndmg and when buying call lt our old and wall established brands, Favorite Patent, Favorite and Bakers' Choice. HATES & SON, Successor to K. L. Tanner & Favorite Milling Co. bot-torLa-die- a' J.U. OwsJey.tCashler, W M. Bright, Teller. Time TabU Nov. 3. 1895. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. a. m. p. m. p. rn. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Lv Franklort A ... 0 js 7 Elkborn Stamping oround 727 Georgetown B. Arr. C. S. DepotC ParU 7 45 4 1 S 1 ' 1 4 75 830 S i" W 4 47 2 li S4 400 When most needed it is not unusual for your family physician to be away from home. Such was the experience of Mr. J. Y Schenck. editor of the Caddo, Ind.,Ter, Banner. when his little girl, two years ol age was threatened with a severe attack of croup. He says: "My wife insisted that I go for the doctor, but as onr family physician waa out of town I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Ueiaedy, which relieved her Immediately. 1 will not be without it in the future.1 For sale at 50 cents per bottle by Craig & Hock- er, Htintord Ky, Major C. T. Picton Is manager of the Stae Hotel at Dcnison, Texas, which the traveling men uv la tinant tKe halt halull In that SCCtlOO. In speakioff of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diai rhoea Remedy Major Picton says: "I have nte4 it sayself and In my famiiy ios several years, aadtikepleasuro in styins; (bat I consider it an ln&tlible euro tor dlarboca. and djsentry. I always recommend It, and havt frequently adramis' tered It to my guests In the hotel, and in every case It has proven Itstlt worthy of Kqnuajlfied eil. dcrsement. For sale by Craig & Ilockcr, Stanford, Ky, TRY ONE. We Portland. San Francisco. .To the XaL Viasssaa!sKC!VC" guarantee satisfaction. I WTt-i- NfOBTHWBST .......Vla The W -- .. V . m. - m m It Uses 10. TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. m. No. 8. p.m. a.m. p.m. a. 6 00 4 4" g 05 C Lve Parts 037 007 C. 8. Depot o 40 5 JI 041 Georgetown U o 10 6 jS 7 7 Gro'd IQ s8 Sump' - Klkhorn 7 IS 10 46 J x 00 7 3 Arr Frankfort A... SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Georgetown to to a. mj arrive Frankfort Less Fuel v - :&t 'ESfSJllT'.T. Wty Aibahys Chiuoq "(V)jiisyiu; OnlylDIning'Car iiMiM fcr"Ca G. B. COOPER, .....Proprietor 1 of...,...., STANFORD, KY.S and horses, wears hi JVS ixtxjisirruLX Elegani,'Putlman Vesilbnled - Route From Uvcry aua.Fe4d.;stable, 0f ,nl!fr"f biU.htnew f W. 0wn buggies DrtDared to furnish FIRST-CLAS1 Than any heater in the market. TO CHICAGO. O.N livery n m ltl?avunFrftnkfort 4 jo p. arrivo Georgetown prominent lumThe wife 5 'l& Kentucky MidlandTTa.lway and eonnec' berman, of ef Mr'. D. Rebinion, asick with Then Hartwick. N. Y., was and cheapest routa to all mathm for five months. In speaking of it Mr, .- -j kkmi. form t--- -: .Wat Roblnsoa says: "Chamberlain a Pain Balm Is ths esty thing that, rave law any rest frees pain. For ftheV information ply to their For i te beatv Many T" C. D. BERCA Ue relief orpajn II GEO. ErUARPKK,:KecVtoA.S.p. bad cases of rheumatism have been cared by it. Frankfort Ky. sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. For TUB STQVE For Halls and Offices.' J II ) aLassss Sleepers Of Modern Pattern. For naps;or any inlormstlon, address FKANKJ.RKID.J or 4f K. II. BAC D. P. A.. O. P Agent, Chicago S TURNOUTS Vt-H l Louisville oU. can-M- HIGGINS & McKINNEY, . yiA-j- i. Denver,.1 M.MMM.....MM.M. to call far MONON' Route, IMSUAb St. Paul. sh6tt notice. The traveling- - public will " always ready ana willing to turnish rJiMm. ages of soT kinds at very LOW PHlCrg t?1 boyslawd MMfAd sjrlll ,.Uo fl.4 plewdesiwi h. Stop wlthuj whenln towaS On I (I J 4 .ifc.'v .- - 3i,. . SiMii ... A d yv ..'aajfe.A.-- ., , .tMalA.VwfC -- 'f'wi J tf,.' r i4J:r j-.-- "y iw s s mim-aft- ,