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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894121101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V- - T fW r . SfeMl VOL. XXII. CnAB ORCHARD. Weekly Interior Jgu rnal. STANFORD. KY,. TUESDAY. DECEMBER .DEATH OF A. R. PENNY. A Good Man Called to His Glorious t V" i IA il, 1894. NO. 80 W 3 o 3 a Y Reward. The Garrard public echool teacherB P- 3 No dentil could have occurred in were paid part of their Bnlaries Saturday Stanford that would hnvo occasioned1 era by Supt. McMurtry. n 3 Biich wide spread Borrow and regret an Mr, Charley Morris, tho furniture "iff I o r. m that of Mr. A. It. Penny. He breathed dealer, has bought and moved into the n " n o bin Inst nt nn early hour Friday morning, Pullins property, adjoining T. W.. Keid, 1E9fll-- l r n o on Richmond Btreet. after being seriously 111 less than 10 days. o rr 3 Mr. M. F. Elkin, of Stanford, whb His dleeneo was n chronic stomach alloc-lioO P o A frioml contributes the following: hero ooveral days organizing a lodge of complicated with heart trouble, but c n I fljBrWHWB H 9wEarfWf in n tho Knighta of tho Maccabees. He mot he nhvajB looked bo well nnd wns no The life and character of Mr. Penny o o more than h passing notice So with much success and thu lodgo will be cheerful withal that no one realized that" 3 o jirllTlSf ilf f"MrT a JL 9v9 denth hud marked him for n victim eo common it is to say of juiy good citizen instituted soon. a o o 3 c that the loss of him Is felt by tho con." The eight months old child :?ofMr. noon. in 3 n Born iu Ohio 53 yeara ago of English inanity that thu worda are thought to bo Booth Thompson wns found dead in bed parent., just removed to this conntryt a long used form importing little else at his homo in Cincinnati Friday. ZThe O o w 3 the Bubject of this notice, early in Ufa than tho friendly testimonial which all remains were interred in the Lancaster 3 3 P evinced n fondness for the drug business, are willing to offdr in thu presence of Seminary, Saturday. Mr. Thompson reM p o1 rr i which he entered na soon oa ho wb old death. A kindly notice is often the on- cently moved to the city from Garrard Q a. 3 I NHiHl lH enough and umdo himself proficient. ly trihutu surviving friendship can pBy county. cf5' V) S" n On Friday afternoon Anglo, tho oldi n Some time before the wnr ho cmuo to to departed worth. But it is not Bimply n rr W c2. 5" Kentucky and locating first at Georao-tow- an impulse of friendship, nor yet an un- est child of Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey in in availing eflort to give consolation to Bnllou, died after a brief illness and was was In business there with Mr. 9? 9? Trimble for bo mo time. Then ho came those who can not be consoled, to say of interred in Buffalo Cemetery, Stanford, worthy man that when his life went Saturday. 'She was a bright little girl here and on the 4th of July 1S01, was this 2! o n Mr. Wm. K. Buchauan nnd family married to Miss Mary Boone, who made out thu little city of his adoption was be- and beloved by all. The parents of the 3 55 3 have moved from Crnb Orchard to their him a true and loving wife nnd bore him reft of the good offices, the nncoUruuing child have tho sympathies of tho entire 3 will Rroat-l- y four children, three of whom are living, example of ih exceptionally intelligent, community in their sad los. rf n farm in Garrard Co. They bo O O Mrs. Jennie Tilford and son, of uiiftAod hero. Mrs. Buchanan was nn Dr. W". B, Penny, G. L. Penny nnd Mrs. public spirited citizen. A sagacious tf man, an honest und honorable Wichita, KanaB, are visiting friends in l,N i earnest worker in nvery ood cauro and It. B. Mnhony. Being a strong sympap lift ' thizer with the Confederate cause he man, a generous man, an unselfish man Lower Garrard. Misses Maggie Bright her departure will bo aeriouely felt. 3 P Mrs. Cathorlno McAlister is ntlll quite was forced to leave here early in the war aa far ns ono can be and remain consid- nnd Ethyl Beazley, of Stanford, are the siclc from tho oifocta of whooping cough and during its four years ho wan in busi erate of family ties, he gave to every guests of Miss Lizzie Thompson. Rayornomethintt similar. Mrs. Perkins is nee in Columbus, 0., and St. Louis, Mo. popular public enterprise the benefit of mond Haselden and Carpenter Stewart improving. Mrn. W. A. Ufazloy Is bet- ltettiniingnftcr the close of hostilltlis, his judgment and experience, the moral made a business trip to Crab Orchard ter. Mrs. Clara Singleton In mill confin- ho opened a drug stofo here with Dr. b Hie fit of his Influence nnd to every Sunday. Mr. Charles Denham, of J. DI. HUBBARD, A. ML, President. was here Sunday. ed to her bml, but improve stlily. Jack Craig, but neither would tnke the charity liberally of his purso. In his The largfBt crowd that has been in The reit of the sick are, doing reasonably oath of allegiancu nntl t Jie had to noo mike up there whs no element of little4, 1894. o since the famous Boone well and we trust will aoon lw entirely peud operations. Aftervwirda ho was ness and much to be admired juflt- - tho elected constable one or tno terms and minded, clear of envy, possessing neither Pihher temperance meetings assembled convMlecent. Full corps of Conservatory and Normal teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and Art, rdlcg Department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. Kxce After a faithful ministry of two years made quite a reputlon as a faithful offi- wrath nor malice nnd nlways respond in that building last r rid ay evening to Harry Saxton's minstrels. The enfor tho Christian church hero, Bro. W. cer and good collector. After his term of lug to the touch of sympathy. It was n N. Brinoy preached his farewell Bermon o til co ho returned to tho drug business its pleasure to know him; it In a grief to tire centre of the commodious circuit last Lord'a Day. He had greatly endear prescription clerk for Mr. K. It. Chetmu)t lose him. Much do we fear that many court room was "reserved" beforo the ed himself to the hearti of our people and eoon bought a hnlf interest in the slow years will come and go hofortt an- day for the show nnd tho best people of and all were reluctant to plvo firm. Since then ho hushnd several part- other shall be with us of whom wo can the town attended. Yonr reporter nohim up. Many Rood wishes nnd warm ners, hut for Beveral years he has con- Bay, he fills thu measure of Albert H. ticed old married people there that had ,tiot been seen at any public gathering .prayers will atteud him in liis new field ducted a most profitable business alone Penny. and was steadily amassing h. competency. Resolutions of Resnoct of Lincoln Lodge except church, in ten years. Saxton of labor wbornvr that may be. No. GO, at Stanford, Ky. He was exceedingly genial and popular and the members of his troupe aro all MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. WtiBitUAS. It has pleased the Supreme gentlemen nnd make friends wherever and his fltoro was the headquarters for Tho "wlfo of Charles Urolanf, of many friends in town and country, who Architect to call from his labor to rtst they go. The show is far above the" avCleveland, 0., wants a divorce from him, will endly mlsa his happy greetiuga and our beloved brother, A. R. Penny, who erage and was highly enjoyed. died nfter a short illneaa at 4 o'clock a. m., becauso ho is fond of dog meat and re cordial welcome. OF A LOCAL NATURE. In early life, Mr. Penny joined the Dec. 7, 1804. fuses to supply the table with any other 1st. Therefore resolved that in the Baptist church and living up to ita teachkind. The Elizsbethtown Nowb has this to Will open his Immense Stock of Miss Adeli. tho pretty daughter Of ings, ho was n moat exemplary mnn and death of Bro. Penny, the MasoniOv Fra say of the promising Bon of Hon. and Kills, of Canny, and Mr. a truo Christian. It was this life of faith- - ternity has lost a most devoted Mason, Mrs. G. A. Lackey, of thia county; Prof. 'SqulioQeor Joel Murphy, a clovor young mnn of tho fnlnesa nnd rigid integrity that sustained the church ah exemplary member and Will Lackey, of the Hardin Collegiate Inname county, eloped to Jefferson villa last htm in the last trying hours and enabled tho city of Stanford ila most useful and stitute, ia one of the brightest and most progressive citizen. him to niy, "All la well." week and wore married. promising young men that you could Noxt to his church, Mr. Penny was ce. 2d. That we deeply deplore the sad find in a day's ride. Bends happy The IsTRiuoB Jourkal In additon to hia greetings to its friend, J. A. Owens, of voted to Masonry, which inculcates tho dispensation of Providence in depriving college claBsea ho belongs to sev the widow eral literary societies and iaetudyinglaw Barbourville, who has just taken unto noblest principles and dnties of man. ua of a valuable himself n wife in the person of Misa Mar- Timo and again ho waa honored with a loving husband, tho children an afiec nt the eamo time apd they do say that ho Ontha i:ilzeman, an attractive young ladv election to the Worahipfut Master's poel-Io- tionate father. is tho brightest law student that has In his lodge and until he had to ab3d. That wo tender the bereaved wid been in Elizsbethtown for many a day. of Cincinnati. Mr. Owens has beon conwith tho L A N. for many years solutely refuse to Borvo longer. He went ow and children our sincere and heart' Prof. Lackey expecta to complete hia law nected and used to send this paper some inter- to tho top round of tha order, being hon- felt sympath'es in thoir Bad boreavo-raencourse at Centre College next year and ored in every stop by office to Comesting letters from his section. when he is licensed to practice you will This Stock has been selectecl with great care and any and everything mander of Ryan Commamlery, Knights 4th. That thesu resolutions be spread hear from him. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. from a cheap Toy to a most Elegant Present can be found. Templar, at Danville. Ho was also a upon the records of the lodge and a copy The Louisvillo Critic says that Col. Andes, member of Hope Lodge, Knighta of sent to the family of the deceased, and W. O. Bradley is a practical politician, Born, to the wife of George Honor, which carries 12,000 insurance that a copy bo sent to the Inxukior Jour- accustomed to knowing what he wants girl. a -- 0. V. Michler has moved bis mer- with it nnd he also had a liko amount of nal and a copy to tho Masonic Home and asking for it. He led the greatest chandise business from tho old Faris tnruranco in tho Mutual Life of Ken- Journal for publication. That ve wear battlo over fought by the republicans in They will be sold Astonishingly Low. tucky. the usual badge of mourning for 30 days. this State. He is their natural leader, stand to tho Catching building. A man of illimitable pride of town nnd Done by order of the lodge: F. B. TWIDWELL. T. J. Johnson, who haB been flltct-e- d and he is their logical candidate for GovA. V. Sizemohe, consumption, died lost Satur county, Mr. Penny was over ready to with Hustonville, Ky. ernor. The Critic hopes that he will be and of his means to ev of G. D. Uo'i'KU, day. Tho remains were interrod on give his timo nominated, and it sincerely hopes that enterprise that would advance tho J. H. Hilton, Cemetery Hill 8undny with Masonic ery he will be beaten. It wants him to ' Lon- Intoresta of either. Public Bnlrited to a Committee. honors. Mr. JohnBtou was ouo of hnvo tho honor of leading his ticket, and .4G.-jRUPLEY,--marked degree, Catholic in taste and al don's most enterprising citizens nnd The project of dividing Kentucky when the democrats do win, it wanta ways for tho greatest good to the largest built several of the best houses In tho tho party to have the credit'for defeating number, he did much for Stnnfora nnd into two Federal Judicial districts la place. strongest possible man the other side aided largely in its building up. The merely a project to make some offices tho for can nominate. town will miss him, the people will rules for cood partisans. It was started HUBBLE. Seven crap Bhootera were fined S21 him, the church will miss him and lie that purpose by republicans years ago, Old man Fred Yakey caught nn owl will be missed in every effort and un- and it is renewed now by democrats npiece in Judge McDowell's court. In n trap a few nights ago that was fivo dertaking for the benefit of man and the with tho same object. There ia no neo Gecrrgo Arthur confessed in two whisky Is Keceiving: His CO days in feet from tho end of ono wing to tho glory of God. CBsity for thu erection of a new district, cases and was given a total of aoid John and other. B. W. Glvena Instant in season nnd out of season, and tho increase of expense it will occa- tho work house. Advocate. -- : -:- FALL-:-AN- D Bill BlankB three acres of land near them foremost in every good word and work, sion is unwise nt a time when tho treae-ur- y This thrilling scene occurred at 15. James Huffman and Miss An for is suffering from a heavy and conMr. Penny demonstrated in bis daily life between Fred Schaefer and Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. na Spoonamore, tho pretty daughter of tho power of God unto righteousness. tinuing deficit. Louiavillo Commercial. Julia Coleman. They hai been lafit Thursday John Spoonamoro, eloped A polico judge, in Jacksonville, Fla., Charitable almost to a fault, frank and The man purchased a ticket for night nnd were made one. honorable, in hia intercourse witli men, locked a woman up for using profauo lan- Evdusville and tho girl didn't want him tender nnd fitithful nj n husband und guage and then let her out so that ohu to leave hor. He insisted, whereupon When Adam in blisa kips, kind and indulgent ns n father, he lion could uttend diviuo services. Askudlivoiora ay tho woman threw him down on the deWillio Holmes, of She puckered up her lips with h coo; ored and adornod every station in life pot lloor and sat on him until the train Gave n look oratntic Iud., weighs bo pouuds aud can pulled out. Then she got up. and gooa honce with uoue but worda of Schaefer And answered emphatic: praise of men,to hear the welcome plaud- easily carry his father, who weighs 175 slapped her and then the two walked on if you do. I don't care Adam 0 it of God; Well done thou good and faith- pounds, across the room, up the street. A man at Somervillo, Mass., only T. B. Itlpy'a distillery in Ander-bo- u ful servant, outer thou into the joys of Adry Hayward has made a confeshna resumed nnd is maBhing 1,250 thy Lord. Tho rich legacy of hia good paya seven centa taxes. His only prop- sion at Minneapolis, charging Harry bushela n day. Fifty men are employed. name la a balm to tho wounded spirits erty Is h monkey and he values it at 15. Hayward with complicity in the murder How could one display their taste and thoughtfulness more than to Stockings were first worn in Italy in of Misa Catherine Ging, who was killed that mourn his loss, and furnishes an select a nice Rattan.or Oak Rocking Chair for mother, sisterjor Wisconsin Central Lines. 1100. Before that it was cuBtomary to examplo worthy of their imitation. May conspirators might sein order that the friend. Certainly that would be a pleasure now and a comfort in Through lino from Chicago to St. Pau God glvo the weeping wife and sorrow- swathe tho feet and legs in bandages. cure, her life inausance. m and Minneapolis, making closo connec- ing children the graco to feel their declining days. that Ho AiMUllon Frlendd. tion (no transfer) with HneB running to dooth all thinga well, and muko them For'rheumatism I have found nothing equal to A fricad In need is a friond indeed, and not let! Chamberlain's Pain Halm It relelves the pain as nil oointa In Minnesota, North and South realize that the husband and father la thin one million have found juit tuch a friend in soon as applied. J, W, Youn?, West Liberty, Dr. King' New Ducovery for Consumption, WVa The p.otnpt relief It affords is alone Montana, Idaho, Oregon, CaliDakota, not dead but only gone before and in Cought and Colds. Ifou have never Utcd this worth manr times the coat, jo cents. Its continOpposite the St. Asaph. fornia, and Pacific Coast points. The di- a bolter world walta nnd watches for great CoughMcJtcine, one trial will convince you ued use will effect a permanent enre. powers in all thatitlus wo.iderful curative Lungs. Each bot- - For sale byPr. S. O. Mocker, drujglit, Stanand rect line to all points In Eastern, Middle, them. the Throat, Chest to do all that Is claimed or mon ford. il. Northern nnd Western Wisconsin, Agreeable to tho wishes of the deceas- ey will be refunded... Trial bottles free at A. K Duluth and all Lake Superior ed, who did not belivo in funeral ser- 1'ennj 's drugstore- - Large bottle joe and Ji. ! : polnta. Double dally through train ser- mons, the remains were conveyed di Four Bltf Siicceduea. equipment. For full make Whn Daby w&t slot, wo jjar her Castorl. vice with Having the needed rectly from the home Saturday after- good all ilia advertising merit to more than lol- claimed for them, the particulars address any ticket agent in noon to the cemetery, preceded by jwing four remedies have reached the sale. Dr King's Hew Di'coucry, aforphenomenal When she mu a Child, she cried for Castoria. In Endless Variety. goneral consump tho United States or J. C. Pond, longest line of Masons assembled here in tion, Coughs and Colds, each bottle guaranteed-Klectn- c When sho became Miss, aha clung to CastoriA. Milwaukee, Wis. passenger agent, h When aha had Children, she gate them Coatorla, Bitter, the great remedy for Liver our recollection and followed by a pro and Sidneys. Hucklen's Arnica Salve, the will re loice with J.. cession a mile in length. Members of best in the world, and Dr. King's New Life Pills, Any ono who hat children Plalnvile, N. J. Ills little boy. which are a perfect pill. All thesa remedies are Jr.'.?......V.-.wmiilc- k two croup. Preachersvillo Lodge, in claimed what recom Uy,,.i. nlfihts .he ...-- , -- with romlsllfifFor ... the was made a Mason, which Mr. guaranteed to do Just name Isis attached for them rlnu herewith dealer ? oar. and friend, and uelghbora. ..::-. were out and thwglad to whose more of tbem. Sold at A says, -- i Penny tell you lie him I wi.l be mend"! by Mr. Ira P. Wetmore, a prominent real estate in large forco, while tho Danville, R. Penny's Drug fctore. thought sure I thought sure I would loit .m man, San Angelo, Texas, has used Cnamberlaln's , Clumberllin. Cough Remed had Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in Ms fam.T.;ri.hrnffht I wnuia irv it as a last nope Lancaster, Hustonville, McKInney nnd Salve. ily for several years as occasion reqnlrcd, and al- If you want Christmas Presents for both old and young come to see to say th.t alter two doses he slept other lodgea were liberally roprosented. and am happy He The best salve In tu world lor cuts, bruisess ways with perfect successwhen says: "I lied it a us and get our prices. troubled with d perfect cum (or our baby fever cSrowVi elected. I keep this, remedy in the house Unfortunately just aa the casket was sores, ulcers, salt rheum, corns sores,all skin erup. or dysentery. I now feel that my outfit is colic not and hands, chilblains, any of my children .how i g a bottle of this Kcmcdy at home ud soon a. oions. It positively cures piles, or no pay requir complete without Irom home.'' the last 01 lowered into tho grave and when the Maon trip awiy of croup I give it to them and that i. d. It is guaranteed to give sperlect sauslactioa or For asate by Dr. S. G. Hoclccr, druggist, Stansons were preparing to perform the psr box It cents tr raoaey retunied. Price ', and S& cent bottle, far tale bj Tr. S. O. ford. that the deceased brother had eo For sal by A. R. Penny, Stantord, Ky. HoJker.drufgUt, Stanford. student from Bro. Courtney, Lexington, filled tho pulpit in tho Chris-tiachurch Sunday, Our merchiints nro bringing In their Glirlntmns notlorm and tho comttm promlBo to be Kay and plousitnt. Miss Koto Simpson and Mr. Wtn. Collier, of Lnncnator, nttondod church hero hat .Sunday nnd wero tho pleasant guratB of V. A. IJoarloy nnd family. Sir. Joo McOluro nnd hndo iinvo re- -t urn ml from Louisville- nnd will no im. lu their cory mediately to littlu homo near tho depot. Wo hnvo jnat had n delightful rain, slnct) which tho nun nhiues beautifully and thu air is balmy a May. Oar moonlight niKhU art) almost perfect- OolleRo Homo will rIvo h parlor entertainment on Friday night boforo Christmas, to which their patrons aro cordially invited. Other friends would bo gladly welcomed if their room wan eulllciently n Biblo n hoi-Idn- ya ouen penormeu lor others, rain bechn to pour in torrents and the large crowd was completely dronched and tho customary forms had to be dispensed with. A good iun Iihs fallen and the whote tomtnunitv bows in sadness and sorrow. Lib's fitful fever over, he sleepR in pence, whilo hid good works will ever follow him. do-Btir- vd LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. r ll-- J 32 n, ' 3.s L- - -. mL JJDJ o o houso-keopln- u n O ErnEP'r a n, Iur. bua-inee- a -- gmm&mi .-- 3-- v: I T - - ! Stanford Female College. NextSession Bejji;is Tuesday, Sep. Nich-olaavill- e, conrt-houB- a- -e ROtu-rall- y F.B.Twidwell 3"CJSTOITVirlSSf ST., Dealer In Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Groceries, Silverware, &c. Holiday-:-(jood-- s n t. DECEMBER 1, 1894. First Pick Come Early and Get & Choice. -- -H- ImitH-SttwM- t o, WINTER GOODS. aweet-heatl- R. Four-year-ol- d Le-por- le, Christmas, Birth-D- and Bridal Presents at W. W. Withers'. m W. W. WITHERS, Aah-lnn- d, first-cla- sa HOLIDAY GOODS btora-ac- - -- Chinaware, Banquet Lamps, Candies, Toys of Every Description. FARRIS & HARDIN. .n A ! Buc-Jln'sAr- alca ! chap-uc- ser-vi- co : jY""' fjj iig'jyt jMtii't'j'ti,' iiiiif.n.rpri "jr?r " r I 1 ' i f i ' 5 a. a1 If lit t I U. D. K ING. O. 1U P RU I IT. An ordor was made Saturday in tho Dr. Mary Walkkk, who has lagged su. INTERIOR JOUKNftL perilnousonstrige for lo this many years United States Circuit Court at CincinWo now have a full line ol wearing trousers and trying to look as nati directing tho restoration of tho old : much like a man as eho doesn't llko a wagea on the 0., 0., and S. W. railroad. Ky., December 11, 1891 woman, has written pnom entitled, "If Stanford, Sonatorllill is said to entertain a At the Lowest Tricot, You Want a Kief. Why Take it." Not purposo to forco a revision of tho Sonate And would cull the attention ot ladles to tho fact that Mr a. U. R. Pruitt in selling the from you, Mary, not if wo know it, oh rules by showing bow tho present rules W. P. WALTON. latest styles In We know that the town will be crowded with buyers for the next dear no. Wu had lief kiss a cut. Give mav bo used to prevent tho pasaago of ... your poem to a pretty girl and we be all the appropriation bills. : two weeks and we are determined that those who visit our establish- The overhead wire claimed a victim Congress had just aa well adjourn and too happy to accept the invitation. thpy last night nt New Orleans, whoro a bro- Cheaper than Produce can be bought elsewhere. nicnt will go away with the realization that they have witnessed the go home. The Senatorial caucus decided same as cash. not Iw stfd to ken telegraph wire in contact with a TnK Iobb of Kansas grandest distribution of bargains that have ever passed ovr Stanford's not to attempt any further tariff legislabe California's gun. Mary Yellin' Lease trolly wire caught n man around tho Wanted, 100 Barrels of Corn. counters. tion, cowardly assuming that the attempt As the old vear of 'o.t is nassinrto a close we have decid of cranks throat, roasting him to death. KING A PRUITT, could not succeed. This Bhuta off the has decided to leave tlie land ed to make Morelaad, K Tho Illinois Central will build a cut n bills, disposes of the talk about and grsihoppors and hie to tho goldens May field coast. If she will extend her peregrena-tionoff between Calvert City and free coal and iron ore, and leaves the difI.acUcs. to tho Cannibal Inlands aud fur- on the 0. 0. & 8. W., which will Bhorten A ferential duty on BUgar. The body aleo nish a GtuiitrrHS iant for the heathen the distance to Memphis 20 milea and Miss Moore will arrive October 1st, with everydecided against cloture and this settles thing that is new and nobby In the way of tough body, a loug suffer- throw Paducah out in tho cold. that question until after the expiration of with her own for gratula-tioThe Administration's currency prothe term of Vice President Stevenson, ing public will Unvo We arc going to add hundreds to our already long list of satisfied cusposals were favorably received in Lonfor under the present rules the president Please call and examine my stack beforo buy Mypiices shall be the lowest. Thanking tomers. general belief that Ir We would rather invoice a dollar than invoice an article that of the Senate holds tho power to allow a A Xbwpoiit stirl tried everything else don, but owing to the you for past favors, respectfully, KATfc DUDDkRAK. Manager. Cost us a dollar, so we will give you a chance of life time to secure the member to keep the floor just as long as for the toothache without avail, till f- there would be no immediato legislation ,he pleases, and tho member can surren- inally in sheer desperation she threw her on the subject, they have not Hffected cheapest line of der the floor to a friendly colleague to self into the Licking river. This had the tho stock market. Tho Southern lines have granted the continue the discussion of tho question desired effect. The tooth stopped ach22, '94, ad infinitum. Such action aa this is suf- ing, but the girl was drowned. It Is a Southorn Educational Association low ratea to Galveston, Tex.. I will sell all ot my property consisting of a , air u ficient to disgust the average democrat never failing remedy, but wo hope none Fairbank Stock Sea es worth Jioj per year and December 22, 23 and 24. Tho round-triand make biin ashamed, not of the prin- of our girl friends will resort to it. faro from Louisville haa been placed at A COOD COAL BUSINESS, Ever offered to a bargain seeking ciples of his party, but oi tho cowardly public. And we know that you Tub laws of Michigan provide that the $28.75, tickets good lor 11 days. Tho New Scales, Coal Uln, Corn Crib. Offlcc. All new who incompetents, who have been honoreu felt the value of a dollar will not fail to grasp the iron while have party shall bo represented on rates from other polnta are proportion- audio good repair and one of the best places in the with its leadership. It Bhows that they miim-it- y country to sell coal. , it is hot. We are of public all the committees of the Legislature and ately low. are incapablo of the conduct present constituted we aa thero is but one poor lone democrat I SoU 75,000 Bushels A Year. affairs and as at , FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. confess that tho people did have cause to in the body, he will have to sorve on 0 Also ahoutso Barrels or Com in crib. 39,01 rise in thoir might and scourge tho un- each. Poor fellow, his lot is a sad ono At last Maud S. Is belleved'to bo In Baltd Millet, faithful servants from the temple, as they and death would doubtless bo a sweet re- foal. SEVEN : GOOD : MILK : COWS', did on the Oth of November. Tho dem lief. E. W. Loo Bold to Montie Fox 112 All young and part of them Jerseys. J heifers, some shoats, hogs, 5 horses, r extra laimly mare, And to him we will say bring your few cents along and secure dollars' ocratic party must bo thoroughly Genial, clever old Silas Adams wants 1,471 pound cattlo at 4jc. sound aod all right, s a year old mate, year newer and better men in to be doorkeeper of the next House and with -- Alex Uoltzclaw sold to John Bright mtjl Rtuvuuul ir.illUHUIIGlUlli UUC a WCIU1 worth of goods that will gladden the hearts of the loved ones at home by Capt. the lead or it will continue to receive, here's hoping ho will be. If his dem six butcber cattle at 2lc IJmif filly colt Hornet old I'owolrs English Hunter, In men's Overcoats we ant! Kitchen Fnrntfiir. Hanti. have a lew left at $2.25 to the handsomest ul and what is worse, deservo defeat. COW8. Want'.tO winter; best Of care, I about 60 head of improved geese. Hae a wild ocratic friends in Kentucky, whose name running wun mtm anu 101s Ol oincr sters. A. G. Huffman, Stonford. things too numerous to mention. We had intended bo far as this paper is legion, could decide tho matter he Tkhms. All sumsof fioamt under cash; over is owned Guy, tho old that amount a credit of 30 days, parable at the old Steve would go in without contest. is concerned to let the evil that First'Natiqnal llaok of Stanford, with approved by a minister in Mississippi. security No property removed until terms ot Burbridgo did bo interred with his bones, Ten head of Ketcham Farm horses sale arecomplied Kith. NEWSY NOTES. but the eulogy that a G. A. R. post at S. U. ADAMS, Rowland, Ky. averaged 81,200 under the hammer. P.S. All persons knowing themselves indebted Louisville haa passed on him, com pels us The weather bureau coat $931,100 Silver Street, 2:10$, haa started In 62 to me for coal oth' rwlse will nleaic settle as I At your own price. Suits of clothes at what our competitors will scl to say that the expressions contained last year. am bound to have a settlement of my business. races and won 23. He ia by Neleon. you a pair of pants for: We mean what we say. Come this week therein aru entertained by no number of L. S. Cravens was killed in a game G. W. Wohman, a good patron of tho respectable Kentuckiana. Thoy loathe the of foot ball at Indianapolis. and let us prove it to you. Santa Claus will be at our store and if the I. J. at Livingston, was hero Saturday. nume of the fiendish butcher, who cloth- . -- Tho new pension bill calls for an apgot enough of Fying Salisbury haa boys and p.irls will jprijltc him a letter in care of us we will sec that he ed with a little brief authority after the propriation of $143,331,570. Jib and will not handle him next year. gets it and do the best wc can to sec that they get the presents writwar cut such fantastic tricks that they John J. Decker, thecelobrated piano Ed. Corrigan's Watterson, valuQtl ten for. mado the angels weep, ilia deeds of maker, la dead In New York. The undersigned $3,000 fell dead in a race at 8an Francis- themselves together stockholdersforhereby associate a corporation in order to savagery, murder and other cruelties ate A son of Gen. Alpheus Baker died co. pursuant to Chapter 171 ol the General Statutes of written so indellibly upon the minds of at Louisville from cigarette smoking. "Capt" Wilson is tho oldest driver Kentucky. Their corporation shall possess all the powers the older Kentuckiana that no mocking Tho State controller of Texas esti- in active service now. He ia 71 yearB enumerated in Chapter i;i of the Geneial of Kentucky. An Act for the cmtion and eulogy can ever efface. Better had tho mates a deficit of 1500,000 in the reveegulation of private corporations tecame a law old. Louisville post let the death of this bru' nues of the State. April j, ihj. Jerome Eddy, 2:16$, haa earned S2,-30ARTICLE . tal dipgraco to soldiery gone unwept, Edwin Porter, aged 60, the bailiff of Too name of the corporation shall be the in stud fees. He cost H. O. Jewett Canning Company and its princlpaljplace unsung than to have re- Athens, Ga,, blew out his brains in the and $25,000. of business shall be the town ol McKinney. coun . . A: URMANSKJf 8c CO., Proprietor called his damnable deeds by fulsome streets of that.town. ty ol Lincoln, State ol Kentucky. J. A. Saunders bought of Joslah ARTICLE j. and untruthful worda of praise. Besides pensioning all who ask it, T. D. RANEY, Manager. a lot of fat hoga at 4c Central The general nature of tbe business to be transthe government is now supporting 35- ,- Record. acted bv this corDoralion shall be the canning and In his notice of contest, George Den- 564 in soldiers' homes. preserving of fruits and vegetables, the purchase Branch Stores: John Murphy bought in Caaaj coun- and sale thereof and ot any other business perny charges that frauds were committed In a fight between a lot of tramps In ty, a bunch of fat heifers and steers at taining to the same. Paris, Carlisle Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenceburg, Cynthfana, against him in every county of the disARTICLE. a box car near Fostoria, O., two were $13 to $16. trict and that he verily believea that if killed and authorised capital stock ol this corporation Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. The another fatally injured. shall be Five Thousand Dollars divided Into Wm. Moreland bought In the he had gotten his dues his majority shares of Kilty Dollars esch, but this comran deTho democratic Senators have section a carload of butcher may begin business when as much a 50 per cent would havo been COO. Thia hops pistol clared in fayor of the election of United stuff at 2 and 2ic of the capital stock Is subscribed, and uo stock THK OK .claim waB fired for the benefit of the shall be issued at less than Its face value and exStates Senators by direct vote of the peocept for money actually paid in for propetty at its It ip rnoro than probablo that Bull of Bashan ple. groundlings. The roariog market value actually received and applied to the "the greatest genius of them all," autborued purposes ol the corporation or for ser doesn't believe any such thing, but ho Owing to tho hard times, receipts vices rendered and for labor done and accepted at knows who will hear and decide the con- from Btamps,stamped envelopes and pos- will drive Alix next year. Its market value. It. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Subscriptions lor stock shall lj paid as fellows: H. A. Pleasanta sold in Cincinnati test, and relying on their rascality, he tal cards fell off over $2,000,000 during cent, to be paidooortbefore 1, 1S05, 30 a car load of fat hoga and Buoats of hia joper or the balance to be paid Jan. or before cent, Grab Orchard, per on firmly, and with good reason, hopes to be the last year. Kentucky. April s, i&)j. GO. tho beneficiary of it. At any rato he haa Henry G. Bliab, of New Mexico, a own raising at 4.10 to 4 All later subscriptions fsr stock to bo paid fcr Stamboul. 2:07, received tho first on demand. ligs foi sale from tb best types ot Recittcrd nothing to lose and all. to gain. The student at the Danvilie Theological SemARTICLE 5. government pays for the contestand then inary, died of consumption. He was 30 prize at the New York horse ahow for Names oi residences, number of share and Stock. Urcedets secured from lh beet herds In several different Stales. Correspondence Solicited. BtallionB, with records of 2:25 or better. amouh's subscribed by stockholders: remunerates the contestant bandsumelyi years of age. K, I.. McKinney, Ky ..io Shares Mrs. John Gibson, of Delawaro, O., K ,M. Tanner, cocoa-nuwhich accounts for the. milk in the Widows who have a sufficient in Ware. 10 MIHMmIQ was killed while trying to aeparato her Wm. Chesterfield, come from other sources to support l I. I las. II, brother-in-la. , who. were David AV.tnhook. brother ilaugh, If thero were any wrath in thia casef them comfortably will hereafter bo re- engaged anda drunken fight. " .. I W. A. Coffey, in " J. I. Reck. which of course there is not, the follow- fused pensions. Tho only cattlo on the market yes- A.1I. Dtvidton Carlisle's currency bill grows in ing soft answer from Bro. Keller, of the Kd M. Kates for S. Estes" " .".'.'.'.3i 1. terday were three Alderny heifnra, be- Ed. J, Tanner, Carlisle Mercury, to the charge that ho popular favor and it will be laid beMt. Salem, " '.'.'."."Z a t). D.McCarty, longing to G. A. Peyton, which wor A. C'amenisch, IN STANFORD. MeKIntiey, " 5 had appropriated from thia paper with- fore the House committee on bankiug II .1 3 sold at S15 to $17. A couplo of plug A. II. McKinney, II out credit, would turn it away pretty and currency today. I I. T McKinney, Wc make this announcement that all may avail themselves of the I Kennedy, At a church In Carter county, George mules brought $27 to $31.50. Our court l). V.M. quick already and make us glad that he .'.'."".'.' a Owens, Sim. out. u were dayB are petering I). K. Sluder, helped himself In any way and in any Ful z. his son and his lustcnville, " Bob Ewell passed through Saturday G. C. Lyon, shot and killed in a fight with Thomas amount: We copied sevoral articles ARTICLE 6 with R. M. Jackson'B two racers, Ranwhich we gave you credit for, dear Wal. James, whom Fultz accused of having This corporation shell begin business as providdall 2:25 and Judge Clark 2:18, pneer, on ed for in Article 4, on or before Jan. 1, i)5, and ton, but we found so many other good ruined his daughter. its existence for 25 years thereafter, unRecent prairie fires in theTexas pan- his wrv to Danville to place them in tho continue terminated according to law as prescrib- Of buying Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, &c, at LESS THAN less sooner things in your paper we wanted, that we & Son, who will work ed In the General Statutes ol Kentucky, hands of Wm. Rue purposely failed to credit for fear our handle have been the most destructive COST. Everything that is not sold by that time will be boxed and ARTICLE 7. walkknown for many years. About 25,000 them thia winter. Mr. Ewell had readers would accuse ua of republishing The affairs ot the corporation shall be conduct' shipped to our other store. This is a chance of a life time to buy ed by such officers and amenta as the stockholders square mileo of territory had been burn- ed them through from London. the Interior Journal. my deem necessary to elect, consisting of a presiMonte Fox acting for Goldsmith it dent, the best of goods at a mere shadow of a price, so don't delay but ed over before the fire was checked. secretary and treasurer aud and Crank reformers, having tried to reguThe President has pardoned Henry Weihl, haa bought 200 slop cattlo from general manager, board by a board of rive directors. come at once to the last great sale of being elected annually by The odicers and late everything else, have inaugurated in Zink, sentenced in Louisville to two Farria & Whitley, Wm. Robinson, John the stockholders on the 1st Monday in December hold office for one year New York City, a crusade againBt the years' imprisonment, with fine, for vio- Woods, Joe Ware and others. They av- toreelected and qualified. or until their successors In the annual election IF1eraged about 900 pounds and were ot officers of directors each shareholder shsll have the full evening dreea as worn at fashion lation of the postal laws, upon a physia right to cast as many votes in the aggregate as able parties. 'They thiuk it too too utter- cian's cortificato that he is in the last bought at from $2 to $2.00. They will he shall hold abates multiplied by the number of or directors be slopped at Lawrenceburg. Mr. Fox officers may cast the to be elected, aod each sharely horriblo for a pretty girl to show a stages of consumption. whole number of votes either holder aho bought of J. T. Huguely 70 head of in person or by proxy for one candidate or distrib pretty arm or neck and Bay that the cusFerdinand Orsbel, of Shelbyville, ute his votes among iwo or moir canuiaaics. tom is peculiarly a weapon of the wicked Ind., made a wager that ho could cross export cattle that will average about 1,- - Should a vacancy occur it shall be filled by a Hood Worthing- - vole of the stockholders, at any special meeting one. Old maids and angular young ones tho railroad track in front of a pas 550,atf4and$150;of called for that purpose. may heed thia advice'of these Bupereen-tiv- e senger which was coming with much ton. 23 head at $4 and $4.50, and oight ATTICLE 8. The corporation shall not contract or incur debts head from James Harbison at $4.25. people, but tho girl with a faultless speed. The wager was accepted and Polk's best Tomatoes Si. 10 per doz. cans. Granulated sugar 20 greater than the stock subscribed and paid for, Advocate. neck and a beautifully modeled arm will ivas run over and killed. ARTICLE 9. pounds for Si. Green coffee 20c. Pickles 5c dozen. RolledOats 5c continuo to wear "decollete gowns and do Jamea Jordon, one of tho oldest and Two nreachera were kept busy for .The private property of the stockholders shall o oi the exempt a pound. Coal Oil 10c a gallon. Soda (bulk) 5c a pound. it too Bans peur et sans reproche. most prominent farmers of Barren coun- two houra at Hopkinsvillo Sunday bap- be ration. from liability for tho debts ARTICLE 10. ty, committed Buicido by tying a large tising 175convorts in Littlo river, the The articles of Incorporation may be altered or That modern specimen of adamantine rock to his neck with his suspenders and vote ol she stockholders outcome of a Baptist revival of several amended by ft two thirds pruvlded, however, reckless effrontery, the gubercheek and meeting, jumpinginto a creek which runs thro weeka' duration among the colored peo atanyaunual one month's notlca shall be giventhat of not leas than natorial usurper in Alabama, haa issued his place. Temporary insanity is supof tbe dclired change. pie. a certificate of election as U. S. Senator posed Hunter's and K. L. Tanner, Mcft.inny, Ky., 10 shares; F. M, Heavy trace chains formerly 75c, now 50c per pair. to have been the cause. The Brooklyn Tabernacle, of which Waie, McKinney, Ky , i" shares; Wm. Chesterto W. S. Reese, who will present it to Prunes 10c a pound. Evaporated pears 10c a Mountain, Ky , 10 shares: J. H Tin Rim Sifters 10c. field. Kings The mark was passed Dr. TalmBge was until recently pastor, Vanhook, McKinney, share; Ed M EsUs for that body. Atia secret meeting of his during the week in markoting tho cotton was Bold Saturday under foreclosure pro- S. A. Kates, McKinney, to shares; A. Camenisch, pound. Evaporated Peaches 1 oca lb. 1,000 Matches for 5c. followers, Kolb agreed to make no eilort .Mcivtuney, 5 snares, j. a.. iiecK These are not leaders, but a few prices given in a nut shell how crop, the total movement into sight ceedings for $73,000, about $10,000 in ex- .McKinney, TanneT, McKinney $ shares. II. L. sharo;E.J toward securing control until the LegisS.tge'8 mortgage on the Johnson, SlcKinney, share- b. R. Walls, Mc- we sell every thing. Bince the opening of tho season aggrega- cess of .Russell Kinney, shaje. lature bad been given a chance to pass ting 5.411,000 bales. The amount brought building. The within articles of Incorporation were signed , the contest law demanded by the popu- into sight and acknowledged before me in Llncom county, during the week waa 495,277 Dr. Talmage, in speaking of his Ky , by K. L. Tanner. F. M. Ware. Wm. Rev. lists. Patience will seem to be a pecu). II. Vanhook, Ed M. Kites. A. Camenbales against 405,270 the corresponding plans for the future, said tho other day: isch. J. L. Heck and E. J. Tanner, to be their act liar virtue of the Alabainaians if they put period last year. "I will never again enter a pastorato in and deed, this Nov. 46.1894. 0. COOPER, Clerk, up much longer with Kolb and his anarGEORGh. Ferdinand de Leesops, "father of the Brooklyn. I settled that point with myLincoln Connty Court. chistic following. By Cicero Koynotas, Deputy ueric. Suez Canal" and origuator of the Pan- self when I saw the Tabernacle last in 1 STATU OF KENTUCKY. ama Canal project, died near Paris Fri flamea." Congressmen-olec- t Two republican COUNTY OK LINCOLN. J Set. I, George U, Cooper, Clerk of tha Lincoln CounDavid Doty, a prominent farmer and have died since Nov. G, the last being A. day. Since the disclosures of corrupty Court, do certify that tho foregoing articles of Campbell, of the 10th New York dis- tion in connection with Panama funds, Magistral of .Madison, was foully were onu.. aum uay ui norc moer. incorporation 1..1 J. n i j im v r .r.n.. r w. My stock of 1304, miuur, nt his home, near Waco. Wa ickduwicukcu uv n, II. Vanhook. JM j,,. trict. If this keeps up and democrats ho had alowly wasted away in mind and M Win. Chesterfield, I. Estes, A Camenisch, I. L lkck, hd J, Tanuer to body until death doubtless came to him Three negroes have been arrested. are elected in their stead, wo may yet I kbo their act and deed and be'orc Cicero Reynolds Lateb, Wm. Taylor, ono of tho ne- ray deputy as shown uy his onuorscment thereon have a majority in the next Congress, as a welcome relief. ''The in figures and Two masked men entered the house groes arrested, made a full confession within articles words as follows, but that F is n long crooked letter. of incorporation were sisned and ofThomaB Edglngton near Springfield yesterday, declaring that he fired all tho acknowledged before me in Lincoln County, Ky., K. L. tanner, r. M. ware, wm Uhesterticld, Tub Lexington Manufacturer's Exposi- Thursday night, and while ono held shots, and that the other three prisoners by II. Vanhook, Ed M. Estes, A. Camenisch, J. I. L. Beck and EJ. J. Tann-i- , to be their act and tion is pronounced a succesa and is worth him the other ahot him through the had no connection with tho crime. In deed, this Nov si.ilgx Rtorge II Cooper, Clk., Shoes, &c, is now complete Call and see me. a visit to that thriving city too eeo. All head. There is no clue to tho deed, tho hope of averting the threatened by Cicero Reynolds, U, C." And the same was lodged for record, whereupon have tho railroads gives reduced rates. The though it is thought that it was commit- lynching, county officials have given as- same and this certificate in myI office. recorded the Witness tuy hand this Dec 1,189-exhibition will last three weeks from last ted by relatives of the dead man's wife surances that the murderer Bhall be tried GEO. Il.COUi'ER, Clerk, Friday. to whom ho was very cruel. IlyJ. H. Durtoa O. at oo ce. iEMI-WEEKL- Y General Merchandise, P. T. T. P. P. T. T. P. Millinery Goods. pop-Ru- Treat For Tlic The Effort of Our Lives n. PUBLIC SALEI On Saturday, Dec p Staple & Fancy Goods m The Poor Man's Friend. 1 side-wheele- r, LADIES' CLOAKS & WRAPS r Articles of Incorporation ns maawm OMIT. tttal-ut- M LOUISVILLE : STORE, 0 ed STAITJTORD. KT y, Mc-Klnn- ey D Mc-Henr- y, Duroc Jersey Red Swine aBjMHHV9SQ& t. 1 Only One More Hlorious Week s. ,J, 1 I son-in-la- I 1 GREAT : OPPORTUNITY B. - CTOIfcTES eSc ESOIfcT I FIGURES tALK. Or-Bh- ol A cir-p- NAILS, 2 POUNDS FOR 5C. five-milli- 1 1 1 - 1 Qhes-ternVt- W. H. WEAKEN & CO. FALL (G0B Fsrn -- Clo'.hing. w Si vM Goods, Boots C- - H. J. McROBERTS. ..."I. -- , kWS&.v'm. V days meeting nnd men and women, principally tho latter, aro going around telling tho wonderful sweetness of this new Notick our din play of books. Every If you want Christmas presents for thing tbttt has come Into their lives. It SrANFOitD, Kv. Decemdhk 1 1, 189-UiIuk now. Wi II. McHoberts. your friends read our ad. and then como Is to bo hoped that they can always livo Hughes & Tato. and boo for yourself. The business heretofore owned by A. R. Penny, deceased, will be in this ecstatic stuto and that they will Mks. Maiiv E. MoWilliams Iibs been . E. C. Walton, Business Manager nppointed postmaster at O. K. this counSaxton'b Minstrolsgave a most enjoy- never have occasion to doubt that which continued by the undersigned Executor at the same stand and in the ty. able performance. The munid was tip they hove now accepted so readily. Tho same manner as before. A full stock of Drugs, Books, Jewelry, top and some of tho features unusually strango part of tho business is that the Paints and Oils will be carried and special attention will be given the Chki-PERSONAL POINTS. tissue paper, beautiful colors good. new not been confined to memfor lump shades and decorations. W. B. bers of the Methodist church. Cold- Prescription Department. Judor J. 8. KtNiiH.cK, o( Somerset, is Mclloberto. Tea. seta, chamber sets, dinner sets, blooded Presbyterians, hard shell BapIt is earnestly requested that our customers shall give to our busiwith his daughter, Mrs. J. W. Alcorn. voBPg, lamps, hanging lamps at reduced tists nnd self satisfied Reformers havo nil Bto lot of Christmas goods. Corno ness the same generous support which has heretofore been received. JmrniKs YkAuku, of Boyle, was the prices till January 1st. Higginstfc Mc joined in tho enjoyment of the blessing, KUt'Stof his brother, ThotniiC. Yeagar. early and get them whilo they nro fresh. Assuring you that the best of service will be rendered and that the n Kinney, and aro really Bhoutini- - louder than Misrf A lick IhiDBO.v, of Lnncastor, is Farris & Hardin. same and liberal policy which has always characterized the the Kuest of her cbueln, Miss Mary Ueaz-leJ. T. Hockkr has sold his stock of the most emotional Methodist ever dared Skk us before you buy your OhrlstraaB to. It is passing strange, but no more house will be continued, I am, very truly, & Slntfle-tocandies, nuts, Ac. Wo aro headquarters. goods at Turneratillo to Ware strange than trne, that certain people Mite. Linda IIaydkn enmo up from of McKinney, who will continue the Ulggins& McKinney. can bo wrought up to most any pitch ol Louisvlllo to attend the Juneral of Mr. business at Hocker's old stand. enthusiasm on most anything nnd if they I'onny. Fon Salk on Hbnt. Kesidenco occupl- containing $28 and choose to exhibit ebuiition in religious Lost. Pocket-booMiss Dollik McltoiiKKTS la helping lllT hd by B. K. Wearon. Price f 15, monthe on manors, no ono win say them nay, even nncle, Mr. W. I). McHoberts, sell Christ ly payments. Thos. Richards, Stanford. Borne receipts, between pike and town. Liberal reward if he believe such things should be done maa (roods. Taxes. All city taxes must bo paid a if returned to mo. John W. Watson, decently and in order. A few of the Miis. M. A. QiiAVsn, of Lebanon, came once or property will be levied on to satt Stanford. overzealous remained at tho church all over to attend tlit burial of Mr. Penny isfy samo. 0. J. Newland, city marand console hor sister. wore two interments in Buffalo night aftor tho closing Service wrestling A choice selection of large and small Bibles with references, concorTubus Mr. H. V. aiVM.se, of Lincoln, wns shal. Cemetery Saturday afternoon. The peo in prayer till tho break of day. dances and indexed, at prices to suit all At Fulton, tho Christian and Baptist with his brother, Mr. L. B. Qlvens, this & Sinolkton havo rented tho plo that followed tho remains of Mr. Pen Ware churches held rival meetings, former week. Ilnrrodaburg Snyines. at Turnersville, advertised by ny met others with those of Little Angie, bad 118 additlon8,latter 250 between BapMips FAMNiBSi(ANKshasKonotoIOuiB ol daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Mrs. Sallie E. Bailey nnd will open a tist, Methodist and Presbyterian. Rev. vlllo to visit her sister, Mrs. T. A. like, stock of goods there. Ballou, of Lancaster. J. Williamson conducted the latter, El- Christian Endeavor and Holiness people. and see the great Joe Jeflereon. The earth has at Inst got its first soak- der Updike the former. public school boys and an eleven The Mks. Gnos', wife of Adjutant Goneral New Books new Poems, Novels and Children's Books. A. J. Gross, who has been visiting Mrs. from Prof. Duffy's school will play foot ing einco last spring and now there is NKW ADVEBTLHKMKNT8. A. M. Foland, returned to Frankfort Sat ball on the grounds at tho water works, "water, wotor everywhere." Tho weather has been as warm as April and showWednesday afternoon. urday. b ers and sunshino have alternated almost Mies Ella Fast is the natno of a Mn. A. 0. Sink will deliver a free lec- as rapidly as they do in that month. AfBookseller and Druggist. Bontbon county lady, although she is ture on OJd Fellowship at tho hall of ter a heavy down pour most of the night, quito diminutive in etaturo and light in A Nico Firo-ProBrick Store-Rootho order here Tuesday night, 18th, to tho sun camo out ut 10 yesterday, but It weight. which tho members' families and friends was too late for tho court crowd and a at South Somerset, Ky., Samuel L. Babtik, of Bell county, who are invited. very sin ill one gathered. Thesignal ser- Jleit location In Somerset for Gents' Furnishing has been visiting his parents in this good, or any business where a cath trade is de Ladies' Aid Society, of Lancaster vice nf'-- r predicting the rain says it bo Mreil. Address Perkins & Itedduh, or call on Dr. Tiik county, left Saturday to visit a eieter in So lleddlsh on premises, Somerset, Ky. announce that Fred. Emerson Brooks fair and cooler Tuesday. Baraboo, Wis. is the next Tiik Jossatnlno Journal says that tho California Da Cmikadinr hit a voluble sister George McAlialer, son of Mr. ami Mib. lecturer in the course and that he will who had "got it" and was testifying a Until you have seen our new stock of Holiday Attractions, late in Hobert McAlister, was soTorely iujurtd appear at thu cohrt house there next lick that must havo cooled tho ardor of The Kodemer place at Rowland, Ky. Good Saturday night, 15th. in a foot ball game. hor new found lovo. She seemed to be dwelling and 104 acres ot fins land. Possession style,' sound in quality and sold strictly on their merits. Every one Mr. and Mr.s. J. C. Hays have moved J. S. OWSLEV, Jr., Agt., Mr. J. T. Wiliiite, who died at his wound up and nothing apparently could given Jan. 1, 1S95. So tf Into Mrs. Matheny'a property, corner homo In Monticello a couplo of weeks stop her till she ran down. The doctor Stinlord, Ky is sure of a straight, square and certain Bargain at the low price we Main and Mill streets, but will continuo tridd in various ways to cpII her, but sho Hgo, was a member in good standing of put on all our goods this season. to take tuenls at tho St. Asaph. the Hustonville Lodgo of Knights of kept right along, till he finally said, "I Wallace W. Witiikiis his just return- Honor and his heirs will receive 12,000 can now appreciate more than I ever did ed from Cincinnati, and largely increased the meaning of tho Scripturo, 'Suffer not in a low days. MARBLE. his stock. In his absence Mr. J. Warren . . your women to speak in churches.' They llockor ran his store and sold car loads The iron bridge over Logan's Creek is would never know when to stop speak-iug- ." J. KARINS&CO., Iluildcra from original and best material of goods. completed and is a handsomo and masOf course this was said good and workmanship. Office 349 Third Street, Louisville, Ky. Mil Oiikist Anon left yesterday to sive structure. It Is higher by several and with the holy laugh, but it Vara and Work Shopi, Montpellicr, Vermont visit relatives in Burne, Switzerland. He feet than tho old wooden One and above must have hurt all the same. and Carrara, Italy. Long experience; original designs; satisfaction is going on In "Old any possible rlao in tho creek. President wants to know what guaranteed. 0 Kalntuck" while he is in a foreign land Jack Bostuy is as proud of It as a boy is CHURCH AFFAIRS. and had his Intehiok Journal sent to of his first tronsers.v PUBLICSALE OF 4 Uncle J 00 Hopper's meeting at Carhim. Alono with a monoy order. Mr. Jack lisle cloed with 24 addititiouB. Court day wouldn't be complcto with' ' Tho Christian Church at Frankfort, out thu presence of Mr. Elijah Withers, Conn, who haa removed from Aransas of Cincinnati, and Mr. Max Salinger, of Papa, Texas, to Guthrie, Ok., expresses Eld. George Darsie, pastor, has. during And TORNADO. Temporary office at D. W. Vandeyeer's store. We will the bidder at Louiaville. Both wvre here yesterday the "hope that tho Interior Journal may tho' past year, received 154 members and our place isell to Irom highest and besl the McKln-ne- r, mile Turnersville on continuo to do business at tho old stand raised $5,000 for various church purposKnob Lick McCormaeka pike, on a ad thu latter gave the boys at the Louisville Store some pointers on selling goodc and under lis present management for es. Dec.--. 29, 1894, Owing to ill health Rev. R. B. at least a thousand years." JuikibC. H. McDowrll, of Dnvil!o, has resigned the pastorato of the Our Farm of SIXTY ACRES, on which there Is was here Saturday and told us that his Tiik Lancaster Record commends tho Baptist church at Carthage, Tenn., and a good dwelling and all necessary outbuildings, neighborhood Is in a brother-in-laHon. J. N Saunders, is action of its fiscal court in supplementing will remain hero for the present. The churches good schools, so acresand c nvenient to and already in wheat, slowly tho salary of John S. Owsloy, Jr., Com10 acres in grass and balance In cultivation. Good sitting up and though improving local papers pay both him and his excel- young orchard and abundance of water. appears to be on the road to complete ru monwealth's attorney, and adds: He is a Will 11 work Mule. 50 ewes lent wife tho highest compliments' and 3 nfllk also sell pood mares, 3 sows Southdownand a cows, 3 and pigs storation of health. His Stanford friends very fearless and eillcient prosecutor nnd cxprees regrets at giving them up. good lot of (analog Implements consisting of wr- cartninly hope so. the compensation given him is nothing Tho Baptist church will vote on the TERMS.-land, cash, balance in t and a but what is Justly his duo. On personalty. 6 month's proposition next Sunday morning to years, cr.ual payments. Negotiable . time wltnout interest. notes, payable CITY AND ViniNlTY. monthly business meeting In Farmers Ilank A l'rtist Co, Tiik democratic county committee met chnngo the Every cloak in our stock goes at a big reduction. Some of these II O. & J. L. GOODK. 2d Sunday immedRead DankB, the jeweler's big "ad." Satd McKinney, Ky. yesterday. L L. Dawson presided and M. from Saturday to tho goods have come in in the last few days, but they go too. Prices on iately Biter tho morning services in order Wanted. A good Urm hand. J. E F. North acted as secretary. Tho re6ig to give members who livo in tho country I children's cloaks cut half In two. nations of Chairman R. R. Gentry and Bruce, Stanford. to bo present and vote on Secretary W. A. Carson were tendered n better chance Holiday display tills woe in every' and accepted and G. D. Hopperand Win. matters pertaining to tho wollfaro of the Miss Jarboe, mr trimmer, is In the cities buying my Fall and Winter Stock, and I will not make thiug at W. B. McHoberts'. Stuart chosen fn their places as commit- church. IlothSUss Jarboe her purOur Methodist friends seom to havo my usual fall trip.next week and you and cordially chases will arrive are Mr. Dawson wan then elected teemen. A nick Xmas present for mother. A permanent chairman and Mr. Hopper gotten tho cart before tho horeo, in hav- invited to call. MISS LICC1E J1EAZI.EY, pairof gold spectacles from Danks. " secretary. Roth aro flrrellenit selections. ing Dr. Carradino to proparo tho way for Our "Cut Price" Dress Goods Sale. We have some surprises for Stanford, Ky. Rev. U. E. Ramsey. Tho former is n new Serges, all go in you. New Corset Cloths, new Broad-ClothWr. didn't forgot tho babies. Scoies Mn. J. Kaiuns, of Louisville, who haa man of genius and power, tho latter says of nice gilts for little folks at Dunks, the been in tho monument business since ho is simply tho weak vessel that tho this sale. We bought them that we might have plenty for all who come. jeweler. tho ilaysthat President Franklin Pierce Holy Ghoat haa chosen to bear His MesOf Lincoln County. presided over the destinies of tho nation, sage, and those who havo heard him aro .- -j, Oun holiday stock is ready, is low in is making his periodical visit hero and is inclined t6 believe him either in whole The New price and bound to please you. Danks, securing many jobs fromthoso who know or in part. Tho meeting will continuo tho juweler. of hia excellent work and fair dealing. as heretofore at tho same hours at tLo Mill, hia notice in another column and Presbyterian church. haa two mayors, when evIPinkvillu We are still giving away printed Cloth Figures with each purchase Rev. A. V. Sizemoro preached Sunen one is no more needed than thu fifth patronize him, if you need anything in Lancaster, Ky., of Si. Makes the best toy out. hia line, with tho absolute assurance that day on tho Influenco of tho Holy Spirit Is now In 'till wheel to a wagon. . begau with tho 01 the buitdersoperation, and invites the attcntlcn you will get exactly you what order. nnd argued that aa all life of Lincoln county to its material, . Ouu stock is large and must bo reducgorm and grow gradually into fullnetB, superior workmanship and low prices. Note 8 8 Tiik following is tho program of tho ed by Jan. 1. Now is your time. Hig- 80 did tho spiritual life. There waa no SOME OUR free entertainment to bo given by tho gius & McKinney instantaneous perfection of animal life, Perfectly clear poplar or yellnw pine flooring at Maccabees at Walton's Opera House As low aa bought n Thursday nisht, 20th. "Music by tho neither was tbero of tho spiritual, and Sapei hundred. yellow poplai Si o ner hundred. Wallack W. WiTiiuiia has Perfectly dear perfection of Xr.co per hundred As low asweather boardinc at THE GREAT-Si 10 ner hundted hcarso and stock of cofHua and will do Stanford Orchestra, nddress of welcome Banctlflcatlon being the ycuuw life, it was only attained by All patterns ana thicknesses ol Ceiline In .. tl... Christian undertaking in tho future. as by J. S. Owsloy, Jr., music; address, D. steady ami natural growth In grace. pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, ai low low Si. as per hundred, l'ouble dressed lumber as as fa per P. Markey, supromo commauder; vocal Thero Is only a stop, said he, between hundred, lleautiful ellow pine finishing lumber, For Uknt. House and premises on quarter oak, 4c. Save money by giving us your Mifca Mary Cowen, music; nddress Danville Avenue, now occupied by J. boIo. full faith Bnd fanaticism and those who orders. THE LANCASTEk PLANING MILL. Judge Varuon. N. 8. Boynton, 'supreme M. Carter. Apply to tench tho instantaneous process of Lancaster, Ky. 73 6m music." Tho stago will bo decoratod for Mary Varuon. to have taken that Btep. Miss Boom tho occasion and the members of tho Rov. V. E. Ellia' sermon Sunday, I. 0. 0. F. A full attendanco of tho lodge will do all in their power to mako while not intended for an attack on tho members of Stanford Lodge, No. ICO, la the oveninc a pleasant one. You aro prevailing methods of obtaining sanctifi-catiorequested for this (Tuesday) evening. cordially invited. There will be nothing like it. We are burdened with too many showed how absurd was tho teach. Business of importance. A. 0. Sine, transition to tho Btato goods and want help to carry the load. We will pay bjg wages for In the county court yestorday tho will ings of the instant Sec'y. growth of A. R. Penny was admitted to probate. only to bo obtained by a steady all the help we can get. Our posters are out and we mean what we Tub collections in this revenue district It is written in his own hand and is dat in grace. Ho bellovea that Banctlfica-tio- n DEALER IN- say. In additions to all the old customers, we want 200 new ones to is taught in tho Bible, but not in tho I ill of from 11,000,000 for October to 20,. ed May 14th last, when as ho stated ho help and they shall be paid in low prices for all the help they give us. A31.18. In November. Sinco tho Increaso was starting on a short journey and re senBO of sinless perfection, and takes no to $1.10 a gallon, with alized tho uncertainties of life. It gives atock in tbo theory of tho burning out of tho whisky tax Our Cloaks, men's, boys' and youtns' Clothing and Overcoats must : drawala aro very Unlit. back to his wife the $3,000 gotten from by firo of. inbred sins or any other kind. be reduced. Our ladies', misses' and children's, men's and boys' a her father's estato, notes advancements Sinctlficatlon ia a gift of God, an exerHoliday Goods. The biggest and best shoes and boots will receive special attention. Besides these we have and desires after all have cise of will, and a process of growth. It lino over brought to Stanford. Toya for to his Children, manDoa line of stuff suited to every age and condition in life for each be given is not to bo had by any miraculous tho children and handsomo presents in been made equal, that residue of hia prop ifestation of divine power. God haa not Clilnawaro and lamps for grown folks. $500 additionalThe absolutely "to my dear promised to give this or any other blessCall in and see our lino. Farris & liar- - erty is given any reason to wife, Mary E. Penny, to do with aa shall ing In thla way, nor had ho din. expect it iu that way, and aa a public please hor, knowing that sho lovea our Yesterday was tho measliest court day children aa well aa I do and that sho teacher it waa hia duty to present God'a Sleigh Lap Robes, Fur Rugs, ladies', misses' and children's Muffs In our memory. The few people in town will bo juat." Mrs. Penny and G. L, word upon this subject and to atop with Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars Table Covers, Towels, Napkins and Dining Sets, Lace Bed Sets' havo any business, or to Penny aro named as oxecutors, but Mrs. what it teaches. didn't seem to transact It if they did, but instead stood Penny declined to act and her son quail Dr. Carradino'a great meeting closed Headquarters for almost anything Lace Curtains, Draperies, Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear, around tho fakira and laughed at their fled with heraa security nnd ho will con' Friday evening and heJeftntS a. M.noxt all must be reduced Last haying'torn up the town you want. When you want a first-cla- Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Fascinators and Btalo wit. tinuo tho drug business at tuo samo morning, alter it- bethough not least, is our Dress Goods. To this department we call religiously aa it hnd never been torn The cdtatejia estimated at meal for 25c, call on him. Tiik Knights of Honor, through Re- stand. especial attention.' We begin at 5c a yard in this line and run to fore Ho is a man of learning and Joseph Soveranco, paid Mrs. John porter of those who havo gono the greatest Other transactions of the court wero $1.50. You will be astonished when you examine. Come and look. Boll Gibson $2,000 Saturday, tho amount or Banctiflcation thein they tho probation of the will of "Wm. Stopp, oil on tho holiness We are here for business. nf thn nollcv her husband hold and preaches long before hia tho crantintr of brandy licouso to J. II. ory, which ho embraces order. He joinod not 1125 and the awearing iu of W. L. with unusual power. There wero fully Stanfor-l- , Ky. death and bad only paid JO in assess- Carter aa magistrate. during hia 10- proleesed aanctlficaUona Daweon y ments. &mi-Weekly Interior Journal Fon Hunt. Tho Pink Cottage. nt this ofllco. Apply lego. IIousk for rent, opposite Female Col W. H. HlRKins. 2 ANNOUNCEMENT. -- e gift-ha- s m m fair-mind- y. n, m m m k toll-gat- Hub-tonvil- HOLY BIBLES. Btoro-roo- m Sunday-Scho- Teachers, m m m W. B. McROBERTS, FOB. HEITT. of m Hang On to Your Dollar. poet-humori- st, FOR RENT. MONUMENTSs GRANITE and BAHKS, the OTWIEiyEB.. JOHN H. . KIRBY, .A. I1TSTJII A1TCE 'ACB2TT, STANFORD, LAND & STOCK FOR FIRE, LIFE, Saturday, Ma-bo- BIG- On DROP IN CLOAKS You Should Attend s, TO THE LADIES ... TO THE CITISBITS R-- ad Lancaster Planing For the Children. & OF PRICES: SJEVEJMAiTOfflJ -- B(TJMo' record-keepe- r, eanc-tificati- on DECEMBER in SUE n, m ... R. Zimmep, -- Fancy Groceries, cic'gu and mestic Fruits, CHMISTMA Oo ss $25,-00- 0. per-hap- a R ZIMMER. HUGHES & TATE. a: r P ' f ' jP ' i " m.K)i'n.ivt uf'-'-- i . 'nffi,""i'i' tj'im i; i j H0H ' cri);i'Hffi;'ii;if , jiiirjriiwwysnrt-iisi'ihrjp- i u " ' mMiyni.) nnymji i;m ;. in ip ",. ' i jiff 'l t 'j'M ' mm Hl M iq n iniyni'mi'"i'itm,iM"iiiii"i'H'inj hi ii . jr Semi-Weekly Interior Journa: Xf l 1 0 "MIbs Siinpglcs," began tlio youth "You shouldn't havo soiit him thoro, " tremulously, "mny I speak of n matter romonstrntcd a friend. 3 that lies very cltwo to my heart? "What's tho matter with tho placo?" not so paid 32.60 will be charged.'Plcao, Mr. Spoonatnoro," slio In- asked tho old man testily. terposed, with n pleading gesture, "don't "It's too llttlo and poor. Yon ought Bay anything that" to send him to ouo of tho big colleges "Lot mo Bpoakl" ho went on. "I and give him a liberal education." havo held my heart in check and choked "Liberal! Liborall" squeaked tho "E3 VDEiaTT hack tho words that havo risen to my farmer excitedly. "Why, man, niii't it When necessary. lips until" liberal onough when I allow him ?25 a "Oil, Mr. SpoWniorc! Don't" month for his schooling tuid living "ox K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. "Until my feelings havo mastered pcusos?" Detroit Freo Press mo and tho timo has coino whon I can returning mTrain naves Rowland at no longer" Conversation of tho Day. at s:ro P.m. "Cau't you fco" CARD. L.&N. LOCAL TIME "I foo nothing but you, Jnpouica la 37 pm Snaggles! I hear nothing but tho sound Mail trin going North........ ..1 13 P to OOUIUmmm voice. I think of nothing but . ii Sipm of your Repress train " Squth.. ......3s)im yon. I can't sloop at night, I don't North .....038 n know what to do with myself in tho Lae'.l rrtlffht North, ..... 07pm South.. .. daytime. For threo weoks I havo taken The latter trains alio carry passengers above It calculated on standard time. Solar no interest in politics. For threo weeks The las it about to minutei fatter. I havo not eaton enough to keep a jumping bean alivo. I don't tako any moro QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. interest in tho comiug chrysanthemum nn exhibition of show than if it wo Going North trains pats Junction City as foVeitibule starts 6 a. m.Ves. farm wagons or Early York poultry. s llows: I Local x:, m' 'O"4 tibulo Limited 3:35 P. havo conio hero this oveniug to say" "so.uh-- x'' O.'vettibule liaiS p. m. Florida "Air. Spoonamoro, I ask you not tq" Limited 11:15. m. Local 11:5s p.m. "Do yon moan to toll mo I am arrive S:4o P Vestibule too much in daring to think of you, to carry your imago in my heart, to dream of a timo when wo two" "I did not say that, but" "Then, why should I not speak? Havo you not seen how much I" "Mr. Spoonamoro, will not protend to misuudorstaud your meaning. You havo como to toll mo you lovo mo." "I havo! I am at this moment n rag"Hollo! Got back?" ing torrent of lovo! I am nn avalancho "Yes. Havo you?" of of tender afloctionl Inma cyolono of ungovoruablo fondness! Japouica"-r- Pat's flrundinother. "With clasped hands tho beautiful girl A happy go Incky, ready wittcd Irishstood before him. man is in tho eniploj of Murrcll Dobffisototely "Ob, Mr. Spoonamore," eho said bins, tho builder. Ho is a genius, but wildly, "my heart pleads in your favor, withal nn industrious, trustworthy felbut why, ob, why, did you como this low, and Mr. Dobbins thinks tho world A cream of tarter baking pow- evening?" of him. Pat went to Ills employer a "Why not this cveuing?" fow weeks ngo and asked for a day off. der. Highest of all in leavening "Surely you coulu havo como at somo "Mo grandmithcr's dead, sor, nnd, Latest United States strength. other time." begorra, Oi'd loiko to go to tho funeral, " Government Food Report. "Suroly I could, but why should I eaid Pat oo., not hnvo chosen this oveniug to ask you Ho was granted tho leaVo of absence. to bo my wife?" Ton days afterward Pat asked for an100 Wall Streot, Now York. "Because, Mr. Spoonamoro," replied other day off. tho maiden, her oyes dewy with unshed g' "What's tho matter now?" asked A. S. tears mid her lovoly lips quivering, "it's Mr. Dobbins. Monday, nnd to say 'Yes now .would "Matlior it Is, sor," replied Pat SURGEON DENTIST. look so much ns if I woro getting you "Suro nu mo grandmithcr'fl dead, tho Office over McRobtrt Drug Store In the new from tho bargain counter!" Chicago saints rest hor sowl.!' Owtley Building. Tribune. Stanford; "Why, that's what you said beforo. " "Shure, I did that, sor, but that wor A Cruel Husband. mo niithcr's mithcr and this bo mo faShe was a silly young thing and ther's mither. " - shouldn't havo married for ten yoars Hq got that day, but when tho very yot, but shd had, and whon sho had set- noxt week Pat roturucd to his employer tled down to tho overydaynes3 of wed asking for nuother day Mr. Dobbins ded lifo sho was disillusionized, at was perplexed. least temporarily. Hor husband was no "Moro grandmothurs doadf" ho asked. longer her hero, oud tho dark cloud3 "Yos, sor, thero bo. It's mo mithcr's. gathorod thick in hor Bky so thick at mither, sor, and sho do bo gouo to bo lost that sho consulted on attorney in buried tho morrow, sor." the matter, of bringing suit for divorce "Aha, Patl'JL oxclaimed Mr. DobSho should havo gono to hor mother, but bins. "I hnvo yon there. Your mother's Bho didn't Sho went to tho itttornoy. mother diod before, yon know." "I havo como to seo you about bring"So sho did, sor, so sho did. But mo ing a suit f5r divorce," sh'o.6aid, com- mithor woro married twice, sor." ing plump down to tho business in .Mr. Dobbins was so complotoly stump-oFor a.....r hand. that ho gavo Pat tho day off- - Phil"Bless me," oxolaimod tho lawyer, a adelphia Record. EofreshingllBathHi or Cold, fathorly old fellow, "you aro too young A ttyllih Hair Trimjor Clean Shave, go to to bo gotting a divorce. " Very Llttlo Tjc. "I'vo been married six months, sir," SJiop. really doesn't pay to invito 'en"It Ooolc & Farmer's "Barber she said haughtily, "and youth can suf- - gaged' people to receptions or dances," A. O. Lanhtm l ferns well as age. I know what it is, Bnid a young society woman recently, jjobn BSattleman. sir, to bear tho burden of caro and. "for, as a rule, they furnish very littlo. doubt; to wait and to watch, sir, and amuBomont or entertainment to tbo to fool tho agony that wives aro subject- gracsts in gonoral unless it bo unconed to by unfeeling husbands," and sho sciously. 6obbed convulsively. "Whon he dances, ho wants to danco "Well, woll," said tbo attorney, with hor, and when eho dances sho soothingly, "don't talk about it, my rushes to danco with him. If thoy break dear child. On what grounds do you this rulo, thoy do it under protest,' aud wish tho suit brought?" her cyea aro seeking his eloquent with "For- - cruelty, sir, cruolry" and hor lovo nnd this sort of npology: with &CASTLEMAN faco grow hard.you!" exclaimed tho old " 'Doario, I don't want to waltz Iup-pos- o "Cruol to this man. I almost hato him, but MANAGERS, follow admiringly, for sho was oxtremo-lI must Don't bo broken hearted, pretty. my darling. I'll bo by your sido in flvo Louisville OoidaiercB Building, "Yes, sir," sho sobbed. niinutos," etc. "And in what did tho cruelty con- Agents throughout the South. "So much nicer when thoy got mai-rie- d 6ist, my dear?" and becomo sensiblo, " romarkod ' wny wny, sir, " sno boodou airesu, tho giver f ontortaiumeuta. New York TEIBBLE, Local Agent, W. A. "ho doosn't call mo Birdio any moro as Recorder. KY. STANFORD, ho did whon wo wero first married." Cruthed Agnln. And tho kind old lawyer broke down Portland complotoly. Detroit Freo Ptcsp. Francisco. awful?" Raid Mrs. Jenks to San "Isn't it her husband. A Movable Feast. "Isn't what awful?" queried Jenks. A Boarder Why in creation did you "Houston's boy was run over aud rering tho breakfast bell at 4 o'clock tills ceived infernal injuries." morning? "Internal, you moan." VIACook Tho missus hoard it thundor-in"2Jo I mean infornal. I know what and told mo to hurry up and servo I'm talking about" breakfast beforo tho milk sourod. After a quarrol of flvo minutes Jenks Tinioe. produced a dictionary nnd with consid$Mk erable troublo managed to find "inHEWAlBANYaCHICAto'RfCl Wanted All tho Credit. fernal." ' i, y Jagwoll What makes that hou in "Thero!" ho oxclaimed. "I told you your back yi xd cacklo so loud? eo. Infernal means 'relating to tho ETJLLMANSA1TD Wigway Oh, thoy'vo just laid a cor- lower rogions.' " nerstone across tho streot, and slio's try"Woll." roplicd Mrs. Jonks, nnd ing to mako tho neighbors think sho did thoro was a ring of triumph in hor ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE voico, "ain't that whero ho wns in- DINING - CARS. it. Philadelphia Record. AT Published Every Tuesday and Friday JPEJn, en lie A Lltarnl Education. A woalthy old farmer, as closo na tba Hadn't rroposcil on Monday, All bark on a trco, had sent his only sou to 'Would Havo Itocn. Well. a oountry ncadomy to educate him. A FATAL ERROR. YBARIN ADVANOM I' 6 OR 8 PAGES. :f:ri:d.a.tz". Ivory 6oap s cheap m iron : : m 75c. 7Gc Goto Rowland lor the cheapen and bcit Pictures over made la Lincoln county. DR. W. B. PENNY DcutlBt. y Oilice South filda Main St., In office vacated by Dr, Lee K, Kulfmin, Stanfont, Ky. rer-ntl- Card Sizo, per Dozen, : : Diamond Shape, : Tin Types almoit given away. All wcrk reduced In proportion and warranted. I will spare neither time or eapenie in keeping up the tipuratlon 1 have earned In the patt. C8 FRANK CORDIKR, Rowland. J. B. HIGGINS, ......... Dealers n ,.., ' TIE WEEKLY GOURIER-JOIMA- L it All Kinds Stanford, of Coal, Kv. I NOTICE 7- - - -- . At Floats asz BEST FOR 5H1RT5. THE PROCTER & All creditors of the firm of Mrs D. G. Sauch Is a trn pg eight column democratic newspaper. ter & Son, doing butlnets at Crab Orchatd, Ky , It contains the be-- of everything going. 1IEN-n- Y are hereby notified to preiimt, properly proven as required by law, witluu rhrre months irom ihit WATTERSON It the editor date, their claimi ugalntt said firm to the oOice, 337 W, Mam St., Louisville, 00 A YEAR. PRICE, Ky. GEO. W.STHOIUEIt, Assignee Mrs. D. G. Slaugter & Sen. The WEEKLY COURtEU JOURNAL rrlaVet Oct. 30, '94. 4t very liberal terms to agent , and gives Iree premium! for clubs. Simple copies ot the parr and (our page Premium Supplement tent free to any addrvM. Write to undvr-tlgnedat- $1 Tho COURIER-JOURNA- L CO. K'7 $500,000.00 to Xiosin LOUISVILLE, The OAMOLE CO. CINTU Semi - Weokly Interior Journal, And The ..Blue-Gras- Call on the undersigned at Rowlsml, Lincoln , lor terms. Wo wut to negotiate loam ou first mortgage ticurity on rval ettatc, ttockt, bo nut and commercial paper. Agent lor the MiMouri liiokertge Co., St. Louis, Mo 63-- 4 M N EARLY. count,, Ky P- - Blue-Gra- il pro-suroi- Two larse brick ones . in Stanford, for tale or rent. They are en M.ln Street, in tho principal M. J. MILLER. Manfoid. Mr block. 73 AU-UlYiO- CTHPT DnflMQ O I Weekly w. d. jonas. Courier-Journ- al J. T ;o(4KS, MCR. AmmW Xr V -- RENT. Pniuumn FORfiif .tvrw. fit- ocLVdTir,l I. Rnn. fn. -.-- Will be sent one year to any addreti for 8:2 7C. W. P. WALTON. Address .". Stinford, Ky S3 tprir - l9 e " e. . J 'aSE, ouniura, ivy. - "" .'.' ".llfll. tl JOXTSS BEOS,, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Ky. v Sole proprietors Dean't lllack Diaitond Root Paint Estimates furnitned for painting Wm1, Metal and lion Hoofs fcatUf.ction Uuaranrevd. All rood paluted with Dean's lllack Diamond Paint guaranteed for years Dealers In ben cis tern Pumpi and Galvanised Iron filters. 67.1m I To Tb Ladies I Big : Pour : tRoute, OBEIOAG-O- . Stanford, m. Powder I1EST LINE TO AND FROM At my 1 tore you will find one 01 'h finest ttocka of Millinery and Einbroldery Material tvtr brought to Stanford. !hae paid cath fur ray goods and tell them for cath, to low that you will te Solid Vtttlbultd Trains, with llufUt Parlor forced to buy from me. An examination will con- Cars. Klegsnl Coaches, Dinfc? Car, Wagner Stevplng Ctrl sad latest improved Private Com. vince you and you are iuritcd to mate it. partiuent lIutTrt alibiing Can, magulgcently fur. MRS. A. A McKINNEY. mthed with toilet acccitonea iu etcti compart. racnt. THE P. RILEY U. HOUSE Kentucky. FRANK RILEY. niL,BY,lProprlotor, Pute TO THE LADIES. I Solid Veitibnlcd Traini with Ilulftt Parlor Cart, detire to call your attention to the fact that I am ready toteive you In Dr.uMaaUy in any Coaches and Dining Can and Waruer IIutTet and allstxlt. I take the bett hshlon Journal, Sleeping Cars. and kecd potted on what tadlet thould wear. Price reasonable Come in and give me a trial. I employ none but firtt clatt help. MISS MARY D. SMITH,, R.tpectlully, Stanford, Ky. 77 6m ST. XjOTJIS. BOSTOlsT. London, 7; - - - 1 have moved to my new Ilolellsnd aa heme jreparsd than ever to accommodate the public, tlood Livery attached and every convtnicac d tied. Give me a call. . Tbe tnlr Through Sleeping Car tn Irom Cin. cinnati. Llegant Wagner Sleeping Cart. At the welltknownotd Hand ol J, D. S. OKPE2SrTE3a, II. Green royal;baking;powder The Myers House, 3STB'Vvr The P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. : PRICE, Stanford, : : Kentucky. "Southweitern Limited" Solid. Vettilmled Traini, with Columbian Library, lluflct and Sruo king Cart, Wagner Sleeping Cars. Elegant Coach-e- i and Dinlcg Cart, landing pauengtrs in New York City at sid Street Depot. Positively YORK. In Hustonvlllo, Hu just received - - Kontuo beautiful Hot of Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. Furniture and Btove3. Call and see his stock and est hit prlcei which are lower than anybodys. II you want a bice set uf harsret, a whip or a dudcr. Hinder Twine Tor ialew n Hotel an I urn ttill running this will continue to K,ve mT guests the politttt atten market aUurdt. at tha beat the No Forry Transfer. Be sure jour tickets read via "hig Four.'' D. II. MARTIN, E. O. McCOKMACK, Special Attention to tho Travel- Past. 1 rathe Mangr. fflF Q- ing Public. ttnt-cla- tt Gen.Pait. and Tkt. Agt. Clncinnall, O. MYERS HOUSE When you want a turnout come to my I IXVERY STABLE. Price to tult the bard timet. at the Myert Houte Othce. Call or leave order Ky. Midland Only Direct Line between JEVy, wMTTIRX ST&BX.X P. W. GREEN, Prop. . This stable, which Is run n connection with the n Myers ilouie, has been supplied with JAMEb YKAGER. THOMAS YIAOtR Ciueliiuntl and Fraukfort SharteitlanJ quickest between YEAGER & YEAGER, d nn rui.iraer't Supplies and li better than ever Atk for ticket! via Kentucky Midland. Tralnt prspai.. supply the public with run by Central Standard Time, Time TabU Nor. 11,1(94. FIR8T-0IAS- S RIQB OP ALL KIND3. STANFORD, KY, No. 7. No j. No. 1. TRAINS EAST. p. m. Personal and promptstlsntlon glvsnto Weddings p. m. a. m. If you Deed livery give ua a call. Nothing but t 00 Parties and liurlala. 4 oe tave Kranklort A 709 P. W.OREEN, will leave our stable. See ut 1 10 ' Summit 400 ....7 06 lor raits. In our AI, TtURNS.Managtr. Proprietor. t S ' Klknorn... ........... 7 It 1 40 41S " Swittcr.... 7 ifl HARNESS SHOP aS s 00 ' Stamping Ground.7 4 si s 10 Duvall...,. ....... ..- -7 J4 ' 4 34 You will find Rood ataortmeni or Hainett, BANK a so " Johuton.M. 40 Havo joui repairing clone by " t;orittownU .; 46 4 4 JJ our man, he uodtrttandt his business. We have a OF STANFORD, KY. s. ipot... .... 35 4 Jl a 300 mechanic in our Special Katei to Commercial Men. ..-- urn?, fees m mm Frankfort, Qoorffotown nnd Paris, A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, CarUalo, Maysvlllo, Oyntulauo, Falmouth and Govlnsrton. stable, Buggies, Wagons, ..7 FIRST NATIONAL Stock-Surpl- ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. BLACKSMITH SHOP. WIU Insurance Company BARBEE y I World's Fair Record. 'CHICAGO -- g Du-buqu- o Attention of the public is invited to tne fac that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital nock, butbr the ttockholderi liability lorfita amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol thli Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. riv awom itatomenti of theconditiou of Ine art mads each yearto the United States govtra-ine- nt and lit attctt are esamlned at itatsd times by government agents, thus securing addititoaa and perfect safety 10 depositors. This institution, ortirtnally eitabliahtd as tha Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1I38, then mil as the National Hank ol Stanford in iStj and again re organuidaa the First National Hank ol Stanlord in iS3, has hsd practically an uninterrupted rsiiteoce of 11 yean. It ii bVtter tuppli.d now with lacilities for transacting buuncia prompt Now II counectt with Q. .V C. and L. S. ly and liberally than ever before in iti long and Newspaper.;; Cconnecti witha,K. C. j, Sand is, dally except honorable career. Accounti of corporation!, fiduBest Notb Not. 1, 3. 4, ciaries firmt and Individual! respectfully toileSunuay See Sunday trains below. ted. theJWest. Tbt Directory ol thit Hank 11 compoied ol SUNDAY TRAINS. Korettui Reid, Lincoln county; na Columntof the choicett retdinj every week taS columnt, Wht-Lea- ve Georgetown 10:33 A. M.; arrive Soon alter Jan. 1, 1895, it will contala S. T. Harris, Lincoln; at Franklort 11:35 A M. or 6,6j6 colutunt In 1 a roonthi G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; East Leave Franklort a:is P. M.I arrive at Georgetown 3 is P. M. J, W. Hayden, Stanford; S.It. Haughman, Lincoln; The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the tnorteit and chcapeit routs to all J. S. Hooker. Stanford; pciula South, East, North aud Wtnt. Every department of llffl is covered iu its colW. A. Trlbble, Stanford; For further Information apply to their agents. of umnt. The lateit newt in thu country and all M, D. Kliuurc, Stanford;, C. I). H EH CAW, Gen Pass. Agent. each itsue. foreign countries given GEO. Ii HARPER, Gen. Supt T. P. Hill.Sunford. rr- K. L. Tanner, McKinnry ; M. Miller, Mt. Vernon- find food for study in the cMumni Can J SIfocker, Prciident; devoted to political uowt aud diicutiiom, John J. McRoberta, Cashier; and. In addition, find Mores of uselul relative trf agricultural matters A. A. McKinnry, Aimttnt Cashier, AND gleaned irom the expeneuco ot the belt lannein in the land. ZZ JV guarantee ririt clast work and satltfactory I'aria I unction. 5" prices. Tiy our horse shoer. n Machinei. Arnt for Deerinc TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. I No. is machine on earth. a. ui. p in. a. ra 1894. Lve Pnns Junction. 54? 6t 05a 1793. 4 35 Lve Paris ....C.....v.. 6 if 4 53 Arr Kllrtbeth. ... 9 j3 511 619 Arr Ccntreviile......iooo ioo8 617 330 Arr Newtown S, Depot ioi3 ArrC. 64' 64 747 330 Arr Georgetown B 1035 Soa651 Arr lohum 1041 ..... 10 47 67 810 Arr Duvall 830 Arr Stamp'g Ground 10 54 703 Arr Swttrrr........il 04 713 i jc 7 so Arr Elkhorn !i ic 905 ArrHuuimlt v J 736 1117 013 Arr Frankftiit...A 733 mi A connects with L. tt N. Twicc-a-Wcck,- ........ " E)iiabetb.............. so Arrive Parn C........8 jo Newion........S Centreil!e.........E oS 16 3J 5" Ito 3!( 3 43 35 400 Capital us .8200,000 - 21,300 THE Weekly 'Gazette OF CINCINNATI. H - Issued Family The; In Only One Dollar a Year. The Farmer NORFOLK ' J. x pablor:cars. TheHousekeeper Will find much to help her in lightening the burden oljier work. WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS mVoW OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, Farmers Bank&Trnst Co OF STANFORD, KY Itnowfullyorganiied aud ready for butincis with RUNNING Tho Young Folks Twlce-a-Wco- WRITE; TO K. H. BACON, D. P. A.. F. J HEED. G. P.'A. Chicago, HI Louiiville, Ky. t In Karly Youtli. "I was not- - awaro that you knew him," said Tom Snack to an Irish jured?" Truth. St. Paul. I Ii 1 Denver. ...IK YOU AKK GOING...... SfrORTH 0R WEST, ......THE LouiaviLtc , a, Nashviile R. R. .Is the line fdr you, aslti Daily Trains Double cloie connectiont at ' Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. Sympathetic. When Judgo Buxton of North Carofriend tho other day. lina as a young Inwyer mado his first "Knewhim!"hooxclaimed. "I know appoaranco at tho bar, tho solicitor, ns Burhim when his father was a boy!" is customary in that state, asked him to lington (la.) Gazette tako chnrgo of n enso for him. Tho young lawyer did his best, aud tho jury And Then Ho Wai Shown the Door. "Ihavohoro," said tho sculptor, "a found tbo defendant, who was charged plaster cast of a young woman of Bo- with Bomo petty misdemeanor, guilty. Soon after ouo of tho jurors, coming ston." . gouinlly. round tho bar, tapped him on tho shoul-dor"I seo." saUl his visitor " said ho, "tho jury did "Buxton, "Thopalo cast of thought, sotospcak." not think that man guilty, hut wo did Chicago Jtecord. not liko to discourngo a young man." Hurt. Green Bag. "I'd liko to find out.how I have ofIlls Field. fended Harry. " Soobjcll I don't know what to do ho called this week? Madge Hasn't "Yee, but ho only bid mo good night with my boy. Ho has St. Vitus' danco. six times last night" Chicago Inter His contortions aro frightful. Ynggers Mako a groat pianist of Ocean. Mm, nnd it will pass for eccentricity. ISrutuL Tit-Bit- s. Are the joy ot the household. Their wantt How bett to arnute are multitudinous and I iitruct them it the vexing problem of motherhood. None of theto thingt are forGazette. gotten in the k Paid'.up Capital of - Surplus, . $200,000. G000. Reading for Old and Young. In addition to the current news of the day tubjectt there will be hundreds of columns of the choicett rea ting upon every topic lliitory, Scieuce, Art, Interesting Stories, I'oetrr, Corretpondence Irom Abroad. All will find their place In the colums of this great family Paper. on all Tho Old War Veterans Have a Department tpeclally devoted to their interests. TEXAS, 'BE WEST, SOUTHWEST, - S0UTH-WE- S1 Tho Laboring Man price. FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. -- and Employer Have a Department devoted to them. This alone it worth twice tbe tubicription THE BEST ROUTE TO THE SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL, l HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the samt atsstiand undei tno same management. By proviiiont of lit charter, depositors are as fully protected aa aie depositors in NatiOuaJ Banks, iu shareholders being held Individually liaote to the extent of the amonnt of their itocb therein at the par value thcreol, in addition to the amount int cited In tuch shares. It may ail as eaecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as n individual. To tboie who entruited their buisiness to us while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanlord, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will contiuuc to transact their bu.iiibtl with ui, offering as a guarantee for proinpf en-tion to tamo, our twenty years' expenonce la banking and as liberal accommodation! ai are continent with tound banking. -"- NORTH AND EAST. 'UtLMAH VESTIBULED'COACHES, SLEEPING AND DINIHO CAftt SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS BEAD OVER THE .. siKKcToxt; VVIIIiimi, Market Reports J J. mMVW$SEZ8t&D n. THROUGH inal idea hi my verses?" said tho est poet. "What do you consider tho most origmod- Are mtde a sptcial feature, and will be found thoroughly reliable in every detail, and complete up to the hour oi ittue. SAMPLE COPIES FREE. Addreu WRFOLKjWESTERN FMILROA. CHEAPEST, BEST ANO aiailo rialn. yoranyinform.Uonit,reAornt( Stanford, Ky W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pan. Agent, unction City, Ky "Your idea that thoynro poetry," replied tho heartiess editor. Washington Star. morning nap by his papa's heavy hand, ho understood what was meant by being rapped in slumber. Boston Transcript tfit-i'- t Whon Joliuuy was aroused from his COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO., QUICKEST LINE. CINCINNATI, O. Daily Commercial Gazette it the greatest .Newspaper in the Wen. 43-The Wrlto for RAtcs, Maps, TlmcTablcs, Dcscrlplil hirnplilcu, to nny etatiou Agnt, or to W. B.OCVILL, ! K0150KCT1. I'ua t.r if U Dl. I'Mw.i.r AU Tr.ull C0UJHIlT,O. ALLEN HULL, M. T, BRAQO, Vtm. Ml. Vernon; . II. Shauki(it:tanlord; J, S. Owsley, Stanford;' S.J. Embry, Stanford; J. 1). Owsley, Stsnfnnl; J. F. Casb, Stanford; William GoochSUnlord A.,W.,Carpenter, Mlllcdgevills, K W. II. Cummins, I'rcacherivill S. H, Shtnkt, President, 5 R01OKr,T. if Dr. J.'P. OwsJey,,Caihisr, W. M. Bright, Teller.