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ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Past Master Hamilton has a flock of Mr. Absolum Wash in now making Jns P. Ilarpur will go South nest Our public school closed Monday. 10 livo quail on exhibition in hh ofllco active preparations for his school uxhihl week with 150 mules. ' Tho Aid Socloty met with Mrs. Alza window. IliiHtonvIllo is iu need of a good, tlon Friday nlht. A very ttiruu nml Thompson, Thursday. Col. Bradley Is having n hnndsome woll arranged stage wjs put up in the cobbler, one tliat will stick to The Eaglo has moved to its new The business heretofore owned by A. R. . Penny, deceased, will be monument placed in his family lot at the quarters on Church street circuit court room on Tuesday, and n his Inst. , large assembly is expected, as tho dra.j continued by the undersigned Executor at the same stand and in the J. It, Cook has beou assigned and is cemetery. It is said to be ono of tho finTho furniture, desks, etc., for tho inatlc talent of this place generally draws now at Lawrenceburg gauging. Geo. B. est iu Central Kentucky. new Institute building has arrived aud is same manner as before. A full stock of Drugs, Books, Jewelry, News was received here Tuesday of being placed. Cooper and Bledsoe Bailey spent a few Rood crowds. Paints and Oils will be carried and special attention will be given the Circuit court closed on Monday ov tlayn among us. Miss Lizzie Twidwell is tho death of Mrs. John Selvldge, which Griffin, who killed young Coffee on oatiiK after n very busy term, with a full visiting In Danvlllo. Moso Cook will be occurred nt Chattanooga. 8ho was a sis- a K. O. train near Berea pome montbB Prescription Department. attendance all the time. A number of homo Dec. 21st to spend the holldajs. ter of Messrs. J. A. and R. A. Burnside, ago, Is being tried nt Richmond. It is earnestly requested that our customers shall give to our busimisdemeanor cases were tried and some Several of our bird hunter nre on Green of this place. The box supper was a brilliant suc- ness the same generous support which has heretofore been received. Tho alarm of fire Tuesday night was cess, showing that Bweet charity still" interesting civil ones, In tbu uiisJe ltlver this week enjoying tho Bport. Assuring you that the best of service will be rendered and that the meanor cases, tho jury was much inclin- Misses Sallio Cook, Helen and Jennie caused by the burning out of a chimney reignB in tho hearts of our citizens. and liberal policy which has always characterized the at the residence of Dr. Phillips. There ed to convict the culprits much to their Iteid went to Danville Tuesday. Christmas will be appropriately cel- same chagrin and Inconvenience, The murder Mrs. Annie Cash, wife of Mr. Clark was a great deal of excitement, but no ebrated in all tbe villages of this county. house will be continued, I am, very truly, Wo have heard of a number of Sunday-echooCMea of Allen for tho killing of Harlow, Csh, deed., formerly of this county, was damage was don. G. X. Mr. M. F. Elkin, of .Stanford, has and Devnra for tho killing of I'urdom married Inst week to oneMr. Brown, of that will have Christmas trees. Mr. Koehler, stono cutter at Lovell's wore both continued on account nf Arkansas City, Kan. Tho writer could succeeded in getting the required num. witnesses. There not learn the Ohristlan namo of tho ber of names aud a lodge of the Maccn-bee- s quarry, fell whllo lifting a largo stone of important will bo instituted in Lancaster, Sat- and lost two fingers from the left hand was only ono homicide case tried that o' bridegroom. Mrs. Brown was granted a Frank Flinchnm for the kllllnx of A divorce from her husband about three urday night. This will mnke five secret by tbe rock falling upon it. The fingers had to be amputated. Watklns. The prosecution was conduct- years ago aud wan married to'hlm again organizations in this place. Last Sunday's Courier-Journa- l conMr. M. O. Williams bas returned ed by Oomraonwealth'a Attorney Mun-ci- aittle over a vear ago at Dallas, Texas. tained an excellent story from the pen of from the city with a fine stock of Xmas alily assisted by V. A. Morrow, of Mr. Cash died last Sprinp. Somerset. Mr. Fllncbuui was defended The best thing of the season was a Mr. II. Clay Sutton, df this placo. ' Mr. goods. Mrs. Georgie Rice visited friends by Stone St Stono, assisted by the lion. fox chase, or rather a would-bfox hunt. Sutton differs from most story writers in in Livingston recently. MIbs Berta Mar-tivisited Mrs. S. W. Nesbitt this week- Edwards Ritchie, of Cincinnati, a broth Down iu Casey's pretty woods, under a that ho confines himself strictly to the And TOTtNADO. Temporary office at D. W. Vandeveer's store. He never exaggerates. of U. S. Senator Brlco. lloth moonlight sky, tho crowd cantered gai- truth. The band boys will give a dramatic Maj. Irvine Stapp, an old and highly entertainment at the court house Christ-run- s aides did tholr best. Morrow made a ly; respected citizen of Buckeye, died Montolling speech for tho Commonwealth! evo. Aside from tbe rendition oi Nor were ye hunters all of men; Ye ladies fniro took prt, day ot general debility. He leaves ono the play, which wo know will be first while Geo. E. Stono mado his usual eloAdd ure!y none who rodit tlnit day, child, Forrest.a young man about 10 years class, the music will fully repay the paquent effort for tho defundant. Tho Could have a btotiter heart. of age. Maj. Stnpp owned n largo farm trons for money expended, as we hnve splenspeech of Mr. lUtclilo was also a ''On, on they went, and on nnd on, and was quite wealthy. His wife, Mra. one of the best braes hands in the State. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. did one, and was universally praised. Still on nnd on. No lack Belle Wilson S'tapp, died several years Santa Claus has concluded to make only retired for a short time The Jury There was of on and on, and yet Sep. 4, 1894. ago. bis trip here tho evening of the 25th. when rt verdict was brought in of acquitThey were not on ye track.' A large crowd should hear the lec- The tree at Maretburg will be given on tal. They were all young, handsome peo- ture to be given nt to- Tuesday afternoon, e tho This is a time to Full corps of Conservatory and Normal teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and Art, rdlog Department Catalogues and circulars iurnlshed on application. ple. They wore .Messrs. J. W. Allen, W. Exec BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTl.r"COUNTY. morrow, Saturday night, by Fred Einer make tbe children happy. You who ft. King, L. M. Hold, D. S. Skinner and son Brookn, the noted have plenty of this world's goods should J. It. Carmical commenced a meet- I). S. Carpenter, aud Misies Jennie Reid, Tho members of tho Ladies' Aid Society look about you for some ono who is not ing at Oak Hill church .last Monday Kate Cook, Jessie Cook and Mary Lusk under whose auspices the lecture is giv- expecting a Christmas treat and make night, mid Mrs. D. S. Skinner. en, have secured the beat local talent to one more heart glad that it is tho merry Mr. X. B. Padeett and Mls Bottio furnish music for the occasion. Christmas timo. Cash, elopml to Tennessee lant night, bo Three Score and Twelve. The Louisville Times, of tho 12th, Miss Fannie McPherson, of Pine report eaya. (To the Editor of The Interior Journal. contains a .notice of the probable candi- Hill, and Miss Berda Martin, of MaretCass Is at home this week Mr. J. It. On Dec. 11, 1801, Mrs. Edna K. Hill spending a few das'wlth his family. Mr. celebrated her "I'd birth day. She is un dacy of W. B. Mason, of Lancastor, for burg, visited this placo during the week. EaTST., David Hart, tho section foreman, is re- usually healthful and active for one of clerk of tho court of appeals. Ho is now Supt. Baker is iu Frankfort Mr. S. L. pairing the switches at this placo this her age. She seemed perfectly well and clerk of the Garrard circuit courtnnd his Whitehead, of Big Stono Gap, was with term of oflice expires Jan. 1, 189S- He us Tuesday. Copt. B. E. Roberts la visweek. iu her happiest mood on J. G. Frith, Thomas Cherry and A. receiving all in "her own this occasion, is not only polite nnd accommodating to iting our champion chess player, E. B. sweet way," J. Pike were appointed by the court b with h smile for every one. She was the tbe members of the bar, and all having Smith. II. W. Hartsaugh, who has been homestead, Sec, business in the court, but understands here from Sparta looking to the estabAppraisers to set apart the recipient of a number of pretty aud use his duties thoroughly and performs thorn lishment of a bank, has returned home for Mr. J. II. and Mrs. M. K. Albrigbtt ful glfUt. Among thoso present wero her Flas Opened his Immense Stock of promptly and satisfactorily. The Mason and will be here Jan. 1st and they finished up their work on Tueschildren, Mra. P. W. OarterT. J. and J. family is one of the oldest in tbe State, day evening -- Mr. A. 11. Albright will open up a M.Hill, with their families, and her and its record is ono of honor and dis IN MEMORIAL. niece, Mrs. G. A. Peyton and family. tinction, His r and grand now stock of goods In a few days in the Resolutions of respect of Brodhead Two sons, Robert M. Hill, of Texas, aud e uncle were members of the Senate of adjoining tho post Frith Lodge, No. CCO, F. and A. M., Brodhead, - Win. II. Hill, of Kansas, were absent Kentucky, while Wm. B. Mason, an unMr. Albright is a nice youug gentloAt the proper hour tho guests were in- cle, andvfames B. Masou, the father, rep- Ky. man and will do tbu people right, and his WuBitBAB, It has pleased the Supreme vited into tho spacious dining room, resented this county In the Lower House. line will be principlr groceries and we Architect to call from his labor to rest, (which had been darkened and brilliant- Wm. B. Mason, Sr., was, at bis death - And hope the public may patronize him. ly illuminated) where a lovely scene was clerk of the Garrard county court. Hugh our beloved brother, Isaac N. Newland, Somo unknown parties went to the presented. The long table was hand- L. Mason, a brother, is a distinguished who departed this life after a protracted house of old Uncle Johnny Cummins, somely decorated nnd supplied with all lawyer, and a member of the Chicago illness of several mouths, at 8:15 Dec. 1, who died a few w.eekaago, and his family 1S94, therefore ns well as the. dainties bar. bad moved out of tho old homeatoad and the substantial Keeolved 1, That in the death of Bro. and delicacies of the season. Tho lareo left it vacant, last night and threw ir I Should Loss You. Newland the Masonic Fraternity has lost five or bIx difleront varieties, so This Stock has been selected with great care and any and everything the house down. It is supposod that cakes, If I should lose, you, sweetheart, a most devoted Mason, the church an And alone be doomed to tread they did tho act to keep tho property nicoly baked and beautifully iced in ilo ' ' exemplary member and the town 0 from a cheap Toy to a most Elegant Present can be found. ral designs with appropriate dates and Tim bleak nnd gloomy highway, from being rented. Brodhead one of ita most useful and eninscriptions, appeared to bo from the With its flowers drooped and dead, Mrs. Mary A. Bower, who lived near terprising citizens. hands of a skillful confectioner, althongh I would feet one sweet emotion, Beo Lick, died last Friday, aud was That would quicken love anew 2d. That we deeply deplore the sad they were, prepared at homo. The fruit brought to the cemetery at the Christian It would be that God's owu hlessing dispensation of Providence in depriving baskets nud bowls so tastefully filled They will be sold Astonishingly Low. Made me happy', once, with you! , church here and buried lost Sunday evui) of a valuable and tbe chilening by the aide of her husband, who with luscious fruiu, added much to the If I should lose you, sweetheart, dren a kind and affectionate father. F. 13. TWIDWELL. And the songs you sang to me dopartcd this life about two years ago. beauty of the table, as did tho pretty 3. That wo tender the'boreaved orfloral designs. This birth day feast was Were but the laiutest echo Hustonville, Ky. Bro. Pike camo from hlsmeotlngnt Frro From the land of memory, phans our sincere and heartfelt sympaa very planned and supervised by her daugh dom and preached the funeral to thy in their sad bereavement. ter, Mrs. John Hill, who is ever thought' They would cling, and be my iriUBic, large crowd. As hi days when loving grew 4. That these resolutions be spread ful of her comfort and pleasure, and was I would listeu, and in dreaming -Bro. Pike closed his meetingnt Free upon the records of the lodge nnd s copy tho aicst fastidious could desire. She Onct) more, sweetheart, be with you! dom church Monday, after eight days of all sent to tbe family of the deceased and faithful work with that congregation. was ably assisted by Miseea Mary D.Car- If I should lose you, sweetheart, that copies be sent to tho Intkrioh ter and Annie Johnston, who nlso provAnd the touch of tender lips addiThe result of tho meeting was 'ill Be denied me in the future, Journal,, Mt. Vernon Eagle, Mountain Bro. Pike baptiz-o- d ed themselves admirable table waiters. tions to tho church and As the weary waiting Blips, Echo and tho Masonic Home Journal for Sutllce it to say thu dinner whs beau18 Monday morning Tho church was gave me, tifully served nnd heartily enjoyed by I would kiss tho rose you sparkling dew, publication; that wo wear tho ueual much revived and nil factious seemed to Gave me crowned with badge of mourning for 30 days. more than 30 peruous. Lute in the af- And its fragrance would, forever, enjoy tho meeting. Done by order of the lodge. Is lieceivinff Hiu ternoon nil reluctantly departed, with Bring sweet thoughts to mo of you! Mr. J. D. Ilamm, tho constnblo in Jl S. Martin, having somo trouble in many good wlahes for grnudma nnd this district, la These beautiful thoughts from Myrn -:- -:- hoping bIiu may be spared, as was her Jas. II. AuntioiiT, getting possessing of the horses that Mra Goodwin Plnutz are very comforting to E. Woodall, Grandma Miller, to celebrate herPQth Lillian Wilson had given him mi order tho discouraged: (Jommittee. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. birth day. for, to hor father. Sho married about a "1 ho nod my seed in the morninat Appeudedlsn sketch of her family Ami wnlerered it oft with tears, year ago and moved to Bardstov n nml KIDDLEBURG, CASEY UOUNTY- history. Her parents, Hon. Robt. MilAnd prayed th.it 1 might he gleaning sent word back to Mr Hamm to sell her ler, Sr., and Sallie Ivitill Miller, weru life Rich grain through tho future yenrr?. Tho colored school on Indian Creek, stock, viz: One cow and two horses, and Hut I waited, with heart despairing, taught by Fnnnle Beard, closed Friday. long citizens of Madison county, dying Mr. Robert Woodall, refused hor father, nt the advanced ages of 82 aud 84, re- O'er barren, unfruitful sod; Ilev. II. M. Sliouse filled his appoint Till I heard the sweet assurance, to surrender them to Mr. ilamm. spectively. Of the 10 children born to The increaio comelh from God." ments nt the Baptist church Saturday them she, tho youngest, alone survives. Wisconsin Central Lines. and Sunday. "I rest on this blessed promise, Through Hue from Chicago to St, Pau Sho wnn born nnd lived iu Madison, near Nnr grieve when I see no sign Uncle Jltninie Williams, of Lower Of fruit where my hands are toiling, Oasy, and Misses Mary Coffey nnd Dora and Minneapolis, making close connec- Richmond, until '2o years old, w hen elio Myers will start in a few days to Florida tion (no transfer) with lines running to came with her husband, thu Into Col. Or life from eomo word of mine No etlbrt will be forgotten, nil points in Minnesota, North and South Wm. Hill, to tills county, where she has Though I rest beneath tho sod, to bo absent several weeks. How could one display their taste and thoughtfulness more than to Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregou, Cali- elnco lived. There were 80 witnesses summoned And others gather tho harvest: select a nice Rattan or Oak Rocking Chair for mother, sistcr'or of Capt Tho incrcaso will come from God." Mrs. Hill is a in the case of the Commonwealth against fornia, aud Pncillc CoaBt points. Tho dl friend. Certainly that would be a pleasure now and a comfort in Flinch urn for the killing of Al Watkius. rect lino to all. points in K,isturn, Middle, James Estill, tho hero of Littlo Moun-td- n A kind of paper indestructible by und of Estill Centennial fame. Her Western Wisconsin, AshNorthern and Flinchum was acquitted. their declining days. fire is the invention of a Parisian. After The Teachers' Association will meet land, Duluth nnd all Lake Superior mother, Sallie Ann Estill, was his only " being subjected to the nevero heat of a at Janio Wash i Institute Saturday. Supt. points. Double dilly through train ser- daughter aud youugeat child. Sho remany details of the potter's furnace for MS hours it came McOlary, of Stanford, is expected to be equipment. For full members accurately vice with Opposite the St. Asaph. present, also Profs. ThouiBou, of Hustonparticulars addrets nny ticket agent in thrilling adventures experienced by her out intact. ville, and V C. Grlnslead, of Danville. tho United States or J. C, Pond, general ancestors in the early days of Kentucky's history, as heard from her mothpaeeongor agent, Milwaukee, Wis. The young folks will have a social at er's lips, and often vividly portrays those night aud that will be the drawing card, I Anyone who haa children will rejoice with L. pcenes to her children nnd VIiph Jlaby wn Mot, wu pnxo her Caston. : ills little boy, and about tho only thing in which there U. MiiUoM.ol Vlatnvilo. N. J croup, tor two AIk'H fih.1 wu. h ChJU, slit cried for CastorU. five years of ae, was sick with will, be much interest manifested. The cay's and nighu he tried various remedies recom .Vbca sno became Miss, sho clang to Caslorta. mended by frieuds and nelson, lie says: "I teachers' association as a rulo is a failure, Curo for Hondacuo. I In Endless Variety. thought sure I thought sure I would lose him. When she had Children, sho gcvethnm Cantoris, advertisthough it has usually been a success here, At a remedy for alt form of Headache Electric had teen Chamberlain's CoughIt Remedy last nope as a Bitter ha proved to be the very belt. It effecta thought I would try ed and owing to the interest taken by the people slept and am happy to fay that alter two doses he and a a permanent cure and the mott dreaded habitual generally. Our people always encourage until morning I sve t to him nejt day home sick headache yields to ita Influence. We urge all who ore aflltcttd to procuro a bottle and give cure was elfected. I keep thu remedy inthe anything of an educational nature. now and aa soon a any of at cluuucu liuw ugui thii remedy a fair trial. In case ol habitual . fair-minde- ANNOUNCEMENT. d ls FEXTXr?, Zzr. ab-een- co JOHN H. KIRBY, e, HTSURA1TCE AGENT, STAITFOHD, e n FOR FIRE, LIFE, ECCWM1 w Stanford Female College.' NcxtSessIon Begins Tuesday, ,. court-hous- poet-humoris- t. F.B. Twidwell HTJST01TVir.li2., - Dealer In Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Groceries, Silverware, &c. f grand-fathe- store-hous- of-fle- Holiday-:-(rood- s CHRISTMAS Come Early and. Get : TRIX, First Pick & Choice. er ,' H.G.4RUPLEY(- FALL AND' WINTER y -:- GOODS. Mas Era-Da- j and Bridal Presents at W. W. Withers'. grand-daughte- r i W. W. "WITHERS, first-cla- ss , grand-childre- n. HOLIDAY GOODS . on Electric Hitter curei by giving tbe needed tone to the bowels and few caaea long druggist to sell you We authorise our theme ot thl mediclni . Try It once. Larue Dr. King's New advertised for Consumption, for aale by Dr. S. G. Discovery cent bottles a and 5 bottles onlv v cents iat A. K. l'cnnr Drug Store condition: If you drugglit, Stanford Hocker, Couuhs and Colds, iipon this are allllcted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, equal to Throat or Chest Trouble andwill use this remedy For rheumaUim I have found nothln Salve. Iluciiln'flArnlca Chamberlain's Pain lUlm. It releives the pain as accordlhg to directions, giving ita fair trial and The test nlve In the world lor cuti, brultess soon as applied, J. V Young, West Liberty, expennce no benefit, you may return the bottle talt rheum, feer sqres, tetter, chan- W. Va. The p.otupt relief it affords if alone and have your money reluuued. We could not orei, ulcers, all skin ced handi, chilblains, coma and no pay offer If we did not know that Dr. Kings mauy times tbe cost, jo or requir It poiltivoly curei piles, perfect satislsetien worth will effect a permanentcents. Its contin- make this enre. Now Discovery could be relied upon. It never ued use guaranteed to give It li For sale by Dr. S. U. Mocker, druggist, Stan- disappoint. Trial bottles free at A. R. Penny's Price 15 cents par box or money refunded. ford, drugstore. Large sire joe and $t. yornU by A. R. Penny, SUntord, Ky. it." of croup 1 give it to them and that U the last ot Quarantood Cure. re-a- ltt erup-olan- s. Mr. Ira P, Wetrnore, a prominent real estate man, San Angelo, Texas, has used Cnambrrlalu's Colic, Cholera and Dlariba-- Remedy in his family for several years as occasion required, snd always with perfect success lie says- - "1 find ita perfect cure lor our baby when troubled with co He or dysentery. I now feel that my outfit Is not tompletu without a bottle of this Kemedy at home or on a trip away Irom home.'' For sale by Dr. S. G. liocker, druggist, Stanford. a Chinaware, Banquet, Lamps, Candies, Toys of Every Description. If you want Christmas Presents for both old and young come to see us and get our prices. FARRIS & HARDIN. "' Hv ,4.i pm) ihwiwiiiiivs,V ifbggyyr- - iMtfP rfw tH J a 1H. !!-- WV H WHII, , Vl Richard Eistls, nearly blind and unExposition at LexTits jemfWeekly Interior Joukhbl ington Manufacturers' to open Monday able to work, starved to death at8holby-ville- , was not ready Ind. and tho date was postponed to Dec. 17. The Japaneso hayo landod an army magnificent one, The display will bo a Stamford, Ky., December 14, 1894 tho exhibits in the art gallery alono being of 25,000 men noar' Takhu, only 80 Peking. worth $100,000. Tho olectrical display miles from Tho first shipment of oysters in very grand, the marine search Commissioner's salo to Ambroso Wilson, at $G0.aO per acre." South Carolina has doubled hor cotton crop this year, while Misslalppl reports a gain of 10,000,000 bushels of corn, Arkansan 0.000,000 bushels and Texas 8, 000,000 bushels. W. P. Glvens has km Ml li A1 ii W. P. WALTON. ! f. r 9f I L5 J ter justice and punish crime, as it should be done, swiftly and sure ly. Latt Friday night Wm. Taylor wont Doty, in 10 the home of Farmer David to Bteal a mule. He had gotMadison, ten possession of the Bnimal and was leading it away, when Mr. Doty appeared on the scene and ordered him to halt. The negro responded with a pistol bullet and continued to fire until his victim was dead. He and several others wore arrested next day, when he confessed as above. The grand jury being in session, he was indicted Monday and n on the promise of a speedy trial, a lynch-igiven was averted. The case waB precedence and on Tuesday it went to trial. The confession of the brute and , the confirmatory facta in the caBe were soon brought out and by 11 o'clock Wednesday tho jury, aftor 32' minutes' retirement, returned a verdict of death. Thio breaks the record, but the excepthe rule. The law's tion should become delay, the uncertainty of punishment, the chances of escaping it by hung juries or pardons all combine to give men stoutor hearts for the commission of their devilish deeds and breed the mob spirit which so often takes form and disgraces the State. If punishment wero as swift and sure in every caso as -- it is in this one, Kentucky would lose her reputation for deeds of deviltry and be no longer known far and wide as tho dark and bloody ground. m A counT in Kentucky has sho'vn that when spurred by a mob it can adminisB light, one of the wonders of tho World's fair, being included. A Midway on a small scalo will also be an attraction. Tho 10th will bo Kentucky Frees Day, and an unusually attractive programme has been arranged in honor of tho newspaper workers of tho State. In tho big auditorium ft beautilnl panorama of living pictures will be given, rep resenting the history of the State from tho time that only red men and wild beasts roamed through tho State down to the present day, 'and some of tho features will be tho most beautiful imaginable. Ilemembor tho day for opening the expo sition has been postponed ono week, makins tho opening dato December It, Greatly reduced rates on all railroads. Plal-sance will bo crates to England from Norfolk left Newport News Wednesday. Tho now court of appeals, which begins business at tho old stand Jan. 1, will find 1,000 cases on tho docket. A wlthbrawal of $2,150,000 In gold from tho sub Treasury in New York yes terday reduced the gold balance to f sent two vory fino Wc know that the town will be crowded with buyers for the next yearllnc thorouchbred fillies to Chinn two weeks and wc arc determined that those who visit our establishACo., to be campaigned with tho Ken tucky Stable next year. They are botn ment will go away with the realization that they have witnessed the by Imp. Wagner. Ono ofthom is out of grandest distribution of bargains that have ever passed ovr Stanford's a maro by Leonatua and the other's dam counters. As the old year of '94 is passing to a close wc have decidUby Montroaa. Advnctto. ed to make 103,-378,4- 77. HUBBLE. George Willis, of tho Frankfort Cap ital, nokes fun as follows: "If. Judge Guffy wants to look like Abo Lincoln, as handsomo a man as Walton, of tho Interior Journal, has no right to offer any objection." Jess so. Neither has as bald headod man ns Willis the right to object to our objection, if wo do object, but having no objection, we do object to being made to object. If Judge Guffy can change himself into looking like anybody else, no matter who, wo shall hail tho improvement and confess that he is not altogether so big a numskull as ho is credited with being. fix. i r if :E AT 4: w; f f fcMt li i Kr I 1- LV L - -- Nels Morris, of Chicago, has bought c1ass meal for 25C, call on him. out of tho ring. ayetto politics. Four men went to the homo of Goo about 900 bead of fat cattlo in . nd adjoining counties for immediate do- fl fl BQVB thflf fl O., and after ninunIID W. Sanford, near Ironton, livery, at A to 5c who dies rich, dies disgraced, but all the breaking into tho house, choked tho old ll-.Mf1.. Tn Wnodford. tho farm of Brooks if he expected to man until no torn wuere no Kepi nis samo he ifl living as Stanforl, Ky. a8 sold at Bros, containing 218 acres, money. They got $1,6S0 have a pocket in bis shroud. TT1 ZrcZrZ The L, & N. R. R. will sell round trip Thomas HoDDer. a prominent lar- mer, who resides near Pratt mines, Ala., tickets to Galveston. Texas, on the 22d. money rewards for Japanese heads. As iraa Ponr!rP,l in the Criminal Court of 9.Tj1 anil 94th nf PWrnnrmr. bachI rftlnrn- Bhot at in the this would include the emperor himself Judge Floyd Hall was B Ttnniten-lri- l ! court-rooat Hazard, Perry county, by Southern Educational Association anu Kiu "D" " .inl.nM n thfl Fields, when he or- little wonder that the Chinese are slow in a m'urderejrnamed Rate $29.15 for tha round-triJ. 8, Rice, .uuh. terms of peace. A head on tiary. ue ougni iu dered him to jail. 'The judge escaped accentinc the -- On a oomnlaint from tho Commer- - agent -basket through a window and reached his the snouiuera is worth two in the cial Club of Lebanon, tho Railroad Com followed and oven a heathen Chinee prefers his ml.olr.norn l.tvn Antflfed Bn OrdflT TQ Atlanta fa already advertising hor boarding house, whence he was who bombarded in its place to ornamenting a silver sal- straining tho L. and N. railroad from oxpositon to bo bold Sept. IS to Dec. 31, by Fields and his gang, 1S95. This office is in receipt of much the house for an hour, with no one to ver. charging a greater freight rato on tho matter from it. or make them afraid. This mnlest them The signal Borvice department claims Knoxville branch than on its main line The island of Ambrlro, New Hebri terrible state of affairs demands imme- that of 1.827 weather predictions made and other branches. diate action and Gov. Brown is not the during the year 90.0 per cent, wero ver" went skating at Little des, has been destroyed by a volcano. Two children man to shirk responsibility. Let him ified. This is pretty good if true, but ton Iowa. When they failed to return A village with all ita inhabitants was use every effort for the enforcement of the facts do not sustain the claim here. n naarchincr nftltV WBS Organized. FlVO swept into the sea Henry Harris, the sole survivor of n section. the law in that Reverse the per cent, to fl 00 and it would of the party ventured on the ice, which - gave war. nnil all wero uuu-"- . Later the terrible murder which occurred In ,a t uio,i uoiuo iiemcr mo uuiu, ui iuo a near ZZ dictions nude okitbbwe.k, but o- -e their bodies, together with those of tho box car Alrthi Fostoria, O., is stil alive his though found in bullets b Hi-recovered. rhilflrnn. were " Sr body. Miss Dona Miller, an attractive gone over to tno one- landslide, has also tSmm were no 8COOp9 for "Scoopy" young lady of Now Hope, who is visitmy body and bouI. A republican mayor Ool8on in Owensboro. so he will return . ing tho family of Rev. W. T. Cheek, in . . . was elected Tuesday by 1,000 plurality to his first love, the uourier-journLexington, was brutally assaulted by a and nil the aldermen elected are republi That is to say that Mr. R. S. Colson has the fact that I detire burly negro last Sunday night, and as a m ready to call your attcutlon to Mating in any to erve you In DrM cans. The wish may be father to the re8;gned , pOBition on tho Messenger in a dangerous condition and all tttlta. I Uka tha bttt fothlon Journal is now thought, but we feel very confident that and will hereafter let hla light shine on result and keed potted on what ladlca ahouM wear. from nervous prostration. Tho negro Prici rtaaonablo. Come In and glr me a trial, very flick of the the larger luminary. tha dbodIo will become I employ none but 6rtt clauhelp escaped. MISS MARY D. SMITH, Ktapectlully, change they have made before two years Stanford, Ky. Clarence, the former ruler 77 6m Editor It. E. Morningbtar, of the gone and bo very glad to scourge tho are is Enjoying of the Mosquito Territory, has been Bowling Green Democrat, unfaithful from the temple. $22 per day by whatever of fun there can be in fond- granted a maintenace of A as Tillman ling a first born. An British Government. The Nicara- d son tho The election of such a man Mlti Moore will arrivft October lit, with to the U. S. Senate by a practically unan- now cements the union of him and his guan Goyernment Issued a decreo grant that li new and nobby In the way of ing amnesty to all tho members of tne and the previous honoring of lovely young wife. imous vote defunct Mosquito Territory Government, such an one as Irby with a like position, Clarence. Pleai call and examine my ttock before buy NEWSY HOTES. with tho exception of BhowB that South Carolina is rapidly Thanking Mypiiccs ahall b the person, who Carlisle's bill to reform lnz for past favor, respectfully,lowcit. Secretary you and that tho young Russian railways run smoking cars Manager. KATE DUDDKRAR, the currency was introduced in tho was inaugurated governor a few days for women. referred to tho Commark when he grandilo. House Tuesday-anago, missed the Ley v Bros.' clothing house at LouisI PT7BI-I- C mittee on Banking nnd Currency. The quently said in his address that ho was ville was damaged $30,000 by fire. proudto tho presented his bill assuming the rulerehip over tho Tho Southern Hotel at Chattanooga Secretary also Dec. 22, committee, with comments upon its pro- On est people on the facV of the earth. burned, causing a loss of $100,000. embodying what is I will soli ull ol my property consisting of a , air cl The Commercial Bank at St. Joe, visions. A bill Kaubank Stock Scales worth $100 per year and Congressman Paynter isn't in politics known as tho Baltimore plan was also He will not resign his Mo., has suspended with heavy liabili- presented. for his health. A GOOD COAL BUSINESS, seat till Jan. 5 and as he will be sworn ties. near New Scales, Coal Din. Corn Crib. Office. Alt new Robert Webster, a farmer A Wolf county man got 43 gallons of the and in good repair and one of the best plaees-in as appellate judge on the 7th, he will South Haven, Mich., became Buddonly country to sell coal. There will then honpy out of two bee trees ono day last lose but two days pay. tno night set Insane and getting up in have to be a special election in tho 9th week. watching It burn I Sell 75.000 Bushels A Year. Baptist minis- fire to his barn. While Rev. J. W. Morris, a district for a Congressman, who will sit neighbor camo up to talk to him and Also atout jo Barrels of Corn in crib, ao 00 a ouly one month. As Pugh beat Hart G02 ter, has been arrested at Birmingham, was shot in iho face by the madman. Kaltd Millet, charged with counterfeiting. it is likely that tho short term horse will fire to his residence, SEVEN : GOOD : MILK : OOWS, Tilraan was elected U. S. Webster then set bo a republican. on tho floor was burn- All young and part of them Jerseya. a heifers, Senator over Butler from South Carolina and laying down some shoals, hoga, 5 horses, tatra family mare, ed to death. a jcar sound and all right, 4 year old mare, The Washington paperB are booming by an overwhelming majority. ' possession of ralloads and tel- filly, a good one, yearling horse colt, one wean If tho Twenty-twSecretary Carlisle for everything in sight. democratic Congressling filly colt by Capt. i'owell's English Hunter, According to them he muBt run for gover- men want the job held by a republican egraphs is a guage of civilization, then some Hams, Household and Kitchen Furniture, will held of tho United States certainly atands far about 60 running improved geese. Have ola other nor of Kentucky next year, when ho wil1 District Attorney at Washington. gander with them and lota ahead of any other nation. In railroads things too numerous to mention. elect him carry the State by 50,000, then Hon. John O. Black, formerly Comsums of Tbxms. miles, or 31,000 that amount AllcreJit of fio and under cash; over 2 a 30 days, payable at the United States Senator, and nominate him missioner of Pensions, has been nonii. America has 218,871, all the remaining coun- First National Hank of Stanford, with approved In 1890. This is a good deal nated for United States District Attorney miles more than for president security. No property temoved until terms ot tries of tho world combined. All Eu tale are complied with. to expect of one man and one people, at Chicago. S. D. ADAMS, Rowland, Ky. mlleB, while Asia, o and we fear it will prove an iridescent farmer rope has but 144,359 P.S. All persons knowing themselves indebted Thomas Hitt, a size, counts tome for coal or oth'rwlse will pleate settle at I living near Maysville, committed suicide notwithstanding its immense dream. onlv 23.219 2 miles. Africa has 7,212- - am bound to have a settlement of my business. his barn with a The Southern Magazine is no more. Its' by hanging himBelf in miles, and Australia 12,085 miles of 200 a month trace chain. owners have been losing Tho ontiro cost of all tho railroads Hon. Caasius M. Clay "Jr., denies the iron. on it right along for months, but hoped and a half billion dollars. is thirty-thre- e reports that bitto Btem the tide and anchor in safety. industriously circulated bimsdlf and FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. The hope was a delusive one, however, ter feeling exists between Gen. Wat. Hardin. for a paper house shut down on it and it Joseph Coffoy bought o! West End At an oDera in New York last week was forced to assign. It wan a meritor2 to 2c. Vander-bllt- a parties a lot of butcher Bluff at ious publication and it is a pity it could it is estimated that tho Astors, $1,335,-00n Geo. S. Carpenter sola to A. 0 DEALER IN- and other rich ladieB wore not have gotten on a firm foundation. averaging 100 poundB at 8 ahoata of jewels. worth Near Ridgeway, Mo., David Spragg, 3Jc. "Shut your mouth J" This unparliaJosiah Bishop baa rented Mrs. M. J. mentary utterance was heard for tho first in a fit of insanity, murdered bis wife : Champ and two children, mortally wounded his Hubble's farm near Shelby City, and time in Congress this week.when will move to it next week. fired it at Boutelle, of two Btepchildren and killed himself. Clark, of Missouri, Twenty 1.490 pound cattle at 4 and Mary Anderson Navarro, the great Maine, with whom he bad becomo Boptelle needs calling down actress, became tho mother of a son a 67 of 1,420 poundB average at 4.3o are News. always on general principles and if he few days ago, at her home in London, sale noted in tho Bourbon racer, will Dobbins, the could roally be made to shut his mouth but the little fellow dtod tho same day. race no more, but win 00 Bent 10 uio would be The greedy republicans in Califorand keep it shut, the country Belle Meade Stud to do service. nia are asking the Supreme Court to tho gainer. Tho Winchester Democrat reports snatch the gubernatorial victory from nl dnm nMl InlSi. .11 The "snivel" service has been extend- pftUPftrfl the democrats by throwing out about .i i l.,ilnrta all no -, ..i 1 .iKrtnniinfin nvnrft.ro. nr. n. Candies, Nuts, lobacco, Clears. anuoii;woi'iui'"""-"- -' 20,000 vote. and clerks in tho internal revenue do- -- William Moreland bouRiit ol Jerry Headquarters lor almost anything John L. Sullivan Bays his money will nnrtment. President Oievelariu issued anu 01 var- an on Fitzaimraona to whip Corbett. Ho BriBCOO 40 fat shoata at ajc -. .c you wan, When you want a Hrs, an order to that effect Wednesday and -of every China official, who has offered 1 - China is in the middle of a very bad She wants to stop the war, but tho Japanese not only insist on an indemnity a of 400.000,000, but demand the heads $00 month. The Board of Education has prohibited the boys of tho city schools from on tho school playing foot-bain Georgetown. ' Au attempt was made In the Senato hMnt nn tho bill repealing tho differ in ential duty on refined sugar, but consideration was refused by a vote of 23 to 27. John Morton. Town Marshal of Stanton, Bhot and instantly killed John Klllen. n citi7,en of the town. Morton immediately gave himself up to tho jail- ! er. It seems a case 01 The Ohio returns were canvassed by Um nroner officials Monday, when it wbb Bhown that the highest republican plurality is 137,777. The 10th Congressional district elected a republican by 15,197. At Sadiovllle, Scott county, Ellen JackBon, stabbed her lover, Juno Hopper, also colored, to death. They had been living together and tho woman claimed that Hopper treated her cruelly. Congressman Berry has had tho man. Mat Calvert, who carried the banner in democratic praile8 In tu0 ctu district, appointed hostler at tho government printing office at Washington at ll play-grofluds e. E A. White Bold somo400 lb. hogs to Gentry Bros, at 4c. S. M. Spoonamoro had Surveyor John Bright to stake off 0 acres of his Blackerty farm to Abe Brncoj Higglns Alcorn, Tom Penman and WU Wc arc going to add hundreds to our already long list of satisfied cusWc would rather invoice a dollar than invoice an article that Trmnbo, nil of color, at $100 per acre. W. tomers. II. Underwood sold some hogs to E. B. cost us a dollar, so wc will give you a chance of life time to secure the Miller for 4c for meat hogs. Hunloy cheapest line of of Lancaster, bought sorao butch er stuff of Wm. Hubble and others in this vicinity for 2. Hammonds A Co , has bouught turkeys to the amount of $2,785 up to date, and this is only a small item of what his been paid out for tho Ever offered to a bargain seeking public. And wc know that you birds in this aufJ surrounding territoryj who have felt the value of a dollar will not fail to grasp the iron while This will eivo the good women of the We arc country and idea of what inonoy they it is hbt. bring in, by their efforts in that line. Sin-gloto- n, The Effort of Our Lives Staple & Fancy Goods Tho loveliest roao ofttimes is put Br side the sharpest thorn, And ou the 'cutest little foot May be the sorest corn. The Queen A Crescent Route always For meets tho public requirements. holidays this year they are tho first to announce low rates to all Q. A C. points, and to certain territory on connecting lines. Ask agents for particulars. A The Poor Man's Friend. And to him wc will say bring your few cents along and secure dollars' worth of goods that will gladden the hearts of the loved ones at home In men's Overcoats wc have a lew left at $2.25 to the handsomest ul sters. col-ru- LADIES' CLOAKS & WRAPS Suits of clothes at what our competitors will scl you a pair of pants for. Wc mean what wc say. Come this week and let us prove ir to you. Santa Claus will be at our store and if the boys andrjirls will itc him a letter in care of us wc will sec that he gets it and do the best wc can to sec that they get the presents written for. At your own price: no uu p. LOUISVILLE : STORE, Cynthiana, T"Tr SK5:i:S ..... crime-ridde- "F ev..p.r...Urv.H. I MA-- A A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor T; D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores; Paris, Carlisle, Mr.. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, ai TO TH1 LADIES. Virsaillcs, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. THE nLUE-GltSS.HER- D 1 OK Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Grab Orchard, - - Kontucky. Ex-Chi- ef eight-poun- Treat Fo The Ladies. eTery-thi- WPaSgWPPIffgrU StocV. "' llreedrti - .! frnm fat secured Iron tho Ixwt litnls la several different Slates. - llrt ss' ....,,, m., ., m lK K ima . Corrcipcmlcnce nrillltlUI 13 .... Solicited. ng f d SALE Only One More Glorious Week Saturday, '94, IN STANFORD. Wc make this announcement that all may avail themselves of the GREAT : OPPORTUNITY Er-Go- 1 1 1 Of buying Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats. Sec, at LESS THAN COST. Everything that is not sold by that time will be boxed and shipped to our other store. This is a chance of a life time to buy the best of goods at a mere shadow of a price, so don't delay but come at once to the last great sale of 1 o IB. DEf1. CTOZtsTES Sc SOILT I 1-- well-to-d- FIGURES TALK. Polk's best Tomatoes $1.10 per doz. cans. Granulated sugar 20 pounds for $1. Green coffee 20c. Pickles 5c dozen. Rolled.Oats 5c a pound. Coal Oil 10c a gallon. Soda (bulk) 5c a pound. 1-- 2 R. Zimmer, NAILS, 2 POUNDS FOR -- 5C. bteen-berge- exaa-perate- d. us Fancy Groceries. Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Heavy trace chains formerly 75c, now 50c per pair. Hunter's and Tin Rim Sifters 10c. Prunes 10c a pound. Evaporated pears 10c a pound. Evaporated Peaches ioc a lb. 1,000 Matches for 5c. These arc not leaders, but a few prices given in a nut shell how we sell every thing. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. afnrn-kppnnr- .l..n FALL (&B M:, Boots -- fl. .1 ta nlnra Mm i!Ufnrnian will make him luinn Sic. .. n- - My stock of Clothing,, Furnishing Shoes, &c, is now complete R. ZIMMER. Call and see me. a a a ? H. J. McROBERTS. MM I amftisii ir-" il ' "'"',' fcf ' " rtfTa MJMJV8 nitlllh iyMlftlMiMsmMWM irjssssasrirf-MrTjjr- ' 1 ' MfrHBisi rfhtlr a I i iT .. .,t--- U tT ( nn-. fmffW N 'y V- emi-Week- ly InteriorJournalI Ky,, Decemiiuk 14, 180-- i You thorn. want presents? Danks has Apply BrANFOiiD, nt this office. now. For Kent. Tho Pink Colin. Notice our diaplny of books. W. B. Mnltoberts. m E. C. Walton, Business Manager Every-thin- Houbb for rent, opposite Female CoPERSONAL POINTS. llege W. II. Hlggins. ' t Mrs. P. W. Giikbk wont to Loulavlllo Ik you want Christmas presents for Tuesday. your friends road our ad. and thnn como Mits. J.S. UicbJh vlsltinp; her paronta and soo for yourself. HugheB & Tato. m at Crtvo City. eovornl days with iriunda in Louisville. Mififl&i'BiK Lablkv wont to Louisville Wednesday to hear Joo Joflcrson. Mu. S. W. Mkmekkk is cctnhinliiK a visit of bueineen and plebsuru to tho Falla City. Miib. FitANCKs A. Merabon, widow of G. 0. Mutation, liaa been granted n pension. Mibs Mary McICinnkv, who hnn been visiting 'rlenda in ltlcbnioutl, will return Mn. W. It Oritciilow, train dispatcher, has returned from a visit to his old homo at Bonorn. Mibh Essie Buhcii went up to .Crab Orchard ycBterday to visit her cousins, thu Misaea Buchanan. I)n. J, G. returned from Philadelphia yesterday, where ho has boon attending lectures. Mies Noha Morklano Jibs returned from viflitM to Versailles, Georgetown .Lexington nnd Winchester. Mn. Gkorob JJ. Dunn is helping in Penny's during tho busy season and Ernest Warren in Dr. 8. G. Uocker'e. Miw. II. D. GmooHYand little daugh ter, Catherine Louise, of Gray boh, are with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. James P. Bailey. Mn. J. V. Oumminb. county court clork elect, rented tho Myera property, corner Main and Cut Oil", nnd will move hero next week. Mr. Richard Walter, who tins been slcx for a long time, is growing gradually worte and his death seems only a question of a short time. Tim Lebanon, Tenn., papers say that our young friend, Mr. Thomas M. Owsley, won the medal in tho oratorical contest nt Cumberland University. Tub Satellites of Mercnry will have their annual ball at the Gait House, Dec JS. Miea Badio Cecil, of Danville, is the . only amid of honor from this section. Mr. F. T. Loo ax has rented the improvement on Mr. A. G. T. Bmith'a farm tind will vacate the premises ho now occupies to his brother, Lucten Logan. Advocate Mr. an n Mrs. Wm. Wxlch and their daughters, Mlwea Maud and Jessie, have moved to Milldale, much to the regret of many friends made during their several years' stay here, Mr. W. II. Shanks has returned from . Georgia, where ho went to collect for ' mules sold for bin father thero last spring He did not succeed very well as timer? aro hard and money very ararce. Tub Uopkinavillo Now Era says that D. It. Carpenter and family aro preparing to move to Nashville, whero he has "been appointed ton very lucrative position in tho eervicu of tho ..Etna Life In-Biirance Company. Mu. Jon Comtv and Miw Ella May Saunders left Wednesday for Livingston, wiiero they will inuku their homo. Mrs. Ootl'ey is visiting Mis, Kate Broaddus nud will join them Saturday. Wu hope tho move in only temporary. Uaki-entkk Mhs. J. T. Ksjiiry spent Oiiki'k tiseuo paper, beautiful colors for lamp shados nnd decorations. W. B. Mcltoborta. Bio lot of Christinas goods. Como Walton's Opera House, Thumd.iy ove-- l early and got them while they are fresh. ning, Doc. 20th. Thu invitutions that Fnrris & Hardin. are being sent out hth pretty and with Fon Sale on Kent. Iteaidonco occupi- each a program and tw complimentary ed by B. K. Wearou. Prico f 15, month- tlcketa aro unclosed. Should you fail to receive an invitation, don't think tiiat ly paymonta. Thoa. Richards, Stanford. you aro not warned, but como auy way Judqk Bauflky hau called a special and vou will bo heartily welcomtd. R. torm of his court for Dec. 20 for tho prep- member nverybody, both old and young, aration nnd trial of certain equity cases. is cordially invited and that n pleasant and prolltalilo vHniny Is unarauteed. S. P. Staoo has added greatly to the MATRIfrlONjALMATTERS. capacity and the beauty of his house opposite Mr. Tate's, and made it a most Mr. John Scott and Miss Mary Nave residence. both of Danville, went to Harrodoburg Holiday Goods. Tho biggest nnd best Wednesday and were married. J. B. Wade and Miss Maggie Elmore line over brought to Stanford. Toys for wero married Tuesday at tho .bride's the children and handsome present in Chinawaro and lamps for grown folks. mother's, Mrs. Josephine Elmore. A bachelor merchant who has been Call in and seo our lino. Fan-i& Harin btuiness here for n number of years, din. tells us thnt hois fixing to sell out anil W. B. Mason, Jolly "Old Keg," of get married. Guess who ho is and tako who Is one of the best circuit clerks hi in, in tho State, will likely enter tho race W. W. Dudley, of Buffalo Gap, Tex-afor clerk of tho Court of Appeals and mil Mis Nannie Privett, of this here's hoping if ho does ho will get thero county, both deaf mutes, were married at in great shape. Ueoru. Maxey's, in tho West End Wed Tiik L, & N. It. It. will uell round trip nesday. JameB Harris, aged 23, committed tickets at 1 J fares to nny point on this syBtem Dec. 22d to 2oth inclusive nnd suicide in Richmond with a slmt-i-nDec. 20th to Jnu. lut Inclusive, j:ood re- because his Bourbon county sweetheart, turning until Jnn. 3d. All tickets good declined to couits to Richmond Christgoing only on day of sale. J. S. Itlce, mas, even after his threat to give the sexton a Job if she did not, agent. General Konnedy, who ia to hang nt Gov. Bon Tayloh, tho great lecturer Chattanooga next Monday for tho murnnd humorist, will expatiate on "Vis. der of a depot agent, was married yesterIons nnd Dreams," nt tho Danville Opera day to Mitw Martha Taylor. Honey-moou- a House, Tuesday night, Dec. 16th, aud a aro frequently rnoro or less short, number from here will taku advantage of but this one will necessarily break the tho opportunity to hear tho gifted record (or brevity. Mrs. William Kreozen, of Logans-por- t, Ind., secured a divorce from her Lkctcrk. Illustrated by stereopticon husband and within three minutes from views, subject, "Odd Folic WBhlp. What of tho decree she was licensIs it?" Freoto Odd Fellows and their the issuance ed to marry Martin Rub!, from whom friends. On account of limited room, waa divorced a short while before children under 10 years will not bo ad- she she married Krenzen. mitted. Beata reserved for ladies. Odd FellowB Hall, Tuesday, Dec. 18, 7 o'clock CHURCH m lo s Aid Society' -J- ohn H. Milliken, tho redheaded wil linwtHtMfH. A. G. iSMtta.iil'H this' child of destiny and the huBtlingpaBsen-(brl.Uy- ) , hi. Htu.fi :30. gor agent of the L. & N.. has been nlmam. A riiADR i on bet Aeen W W. Withefai(lireCl0rKene,al of a""KemenU for the j. v. it. meeting. A capital nnd a deand Mack llufr.n.iii, whlc'i will dkoly r served appointment. suit In tho latter Nelinu out Inn furnitnro ! A former Garrard countv man. non I business to the fnruer. living in Springfield, 111., Inst week paid "Somk dy must i dark nnd dr rary.' "Pnrln TIam Vanarsdale, of Harrods- . i .i. "" "UfciDurif.a tailor bill contracted 20 years shown Ita fico nine Mond.y and tho K0. It will take a good deal to keep skied are liUvk and owtiritiif. with mi ti.. ..,.. ... i i ...nu uut ui ui'Hven Afivocnte. " ouuMMiuiiHi tinzz n. ruir. Biationnry tern perature," is what we aro to expect to- Holiday rules on tho Q & 0. this year aro made at a fare nnd a third the round day. Tub Murcubet-- uro matting big prepa- trip. Tickets on sale Dec. 22ud to 25, rations for their Iroo entertainment t and Dec. 20th to January 1st, inclusive. Tint Prtubyipriaii MM HOLY BIBLES. Sunday-Scho- ol Christian Endeavor and Holiness people. 3 5 .,.. ' -b-- A choice selection of large and small Bibles with references, concordances and indexed, at prices to suit all ,' "i "j .. Teachers W. B. McROBERTS, New Books new Poems, Novels and Children's Books. " " ' ' Janunry 3rtl- - Bookseller and Druggist. H...UHj H,, A Muncie, Ind , preiB dispatch sayt: "Yesterday a daughter weighing 14 pounds was born to Mrs. P. J. Hnyden who is 85 yearn old. Tho father is CO years old and tho parent of 18 rhlldren. Twelve were by his first wife." Tho Japanese commander baa ifsued orders that his men must not gouge out the eyes of their prisoners nor cutoff Until you have seen our new stock of Holiday Attractions, late in their noses and ears. style, sound in quality and sold strictly on their merits. Every, one The official returns cf Tennessee's' is sure of a straight, square and certain Bargain vote are nt last all in tho hands of the at the low- price we Secretary of State, and the canvassers put on all our goods this season. are in session. An Arizona court has sentenced Oscar Rogers, convicted of to be hanged February 3. - CIIA8. W. ZkLL. D.- I 'or return. A.. - f fMni-lnno- . Hang On to Your Dollar, - 'A 3 f- -i train-robbin- g, BANKS, the OTWIEILIEB. ! NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. Gar-ran- f, a, trained STANFORD, (P.O. BOX ItBrRe.-CE:-Dr- MISS LOU ELLICrr, anrnsE, KY. Car161.) B WHAT WOULD YOU THINK and $2.66. . penter. Ualler, P.yton and If we tell you we are selling fine all wool Dress Patters at $2, 52.40 Our competitors think 1 r 1 n. NOTICE All will I clalmt Elnt prwent them properly provm. to A. n. Pmnr me at once. na inofc owing the estate art earneit.v reciuett cd In Mile. uEO. L. PENNY. 81 td Stanford, Ky. perom hawg We Are Very Foolish I To sell such goods at these low prices. But we are not working for our competitors but for you. This is one of the many Bank Stook for Sals. ?!",iSnrOUf"70ou,J Stanford, Ky., A Tenn-eseea- K"cur of Mm. S. M. S'ewlard. "..- - ti to public lc dee'd. u. epoe We have in our Dress Goods for you. We have a stock of 20 Shares of Stock in tho First Gloves, Hosiery, Fascinators, Hoods, Fine Suspenders, HandkerNational Bank of Stanford. chiefs, Muffs, Mufflers, Neckties, Stamped Linen, Flosses, Laundry Bags, Towels, &c, for Christmas Presents. Our Remnant Counter is J'C. MASON, Slid ExecutorofMn. S M. Newland. the talk of the town. first-class JAN. j7 . I &OOB THXITGI JEVKRAJTOE -- 1 FOR RB1TT. A Nice Fire-Proo- f Brick Store Room at South Somerset, Bcodi or any -- r. m. k Pbrsonb seekiDg Xinas presents will do well to inspect tho magnificent stock that is now being shown by our leading Jeweler. "Presents to suit all purses" Is bis motto and everyone who oatrs may feol assured of courteous treatment. You will find Danks, tho Jeweler, up to date in stylo and prices. Tub Ladieo' Aid Society at Lancaster is foitunate in securing Fred Emerson Brooks, the California to lecture thero night, 15th. Mrs. Ellen L. Owsley, president of tho society, extends an iuvitation to the Stanford people to como over and enjoy it and it ia hoped thnt many will accept. poet-humorim m Rev. II. M. Wharton's meeting at tho Georgetown Baptist church resulted in 05 additions. The Paris Kentuckian says that the Methodists have decided to build a now church thero at a cost of 110,000. It is said that Senator Daniel, the silver tongued Virginian, will enter the ministry alter the expiration of his term of oillco. Rev. B. F. s & 8 SON. Beit location In Somerset for Gents' Furnlihlne bunnett where a cash trade it Oe V.r. .A,lllr" Perkins & Iteddish, or call on Dr. lleddltb on premuei, Somerset, Ky. So THE GREAT-- FOR RENT. The Rodemer place at Rowland, Ky. Good dwelling and 104 acres ot fine land. Poiiesiion Riven Jan. 1, 1895. J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., ABt 80 fclanlord, Ky. DECEMBER m A Tub Court of Appeals has revoked tho decision of tho Lincoln circuit court which hold that J. W. James, of Crab be reduced Our ladies', misses' and children's, men's anl Vr,v-Orchard, waa subject to fine for Belling CITY AND ViniNITY. shoes and boots will receive special attention. Besides these we have liquor under a partnership license, after a line of stuff suited to every age and condition in life for BiLVKRcauo6tlckpins2.'icat Danks. the dissolution of tho partnership and Holiday display this week in every- before tho license had been transferred by tho county court. Tho Beveral tinea thing at W. It. McRoherta'. aicaitut Mr. Jumes under tbo ruling will Presents for everybody from baby to consequently not b collectable. grandma at Danks, tho Jeweler. Sleigh Lap Robes, Fur Rugs, ladies', misses' and children's Muffj. Cheap Rkadino. Wo can save our For Rent. My largo new dwelling on subscribers money on any kind of publiTable Covers, Towels, Napkins and Dining Sets, Lace Bed Set Upper Mr.in street Eight roome. S. P. cation from 25c to II. With our paper at Lace Curtains, Draperies, Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear, Stagg. tho regular price wo can send tho Handkerchiefs. Mufflers, Fascinators and all must 6e reduced- - lasttho Twicoa-Wee- k For Salk on Rent. My houso and 11 Cincinnati Enquirer, though not least, is our Dress Goods To this department we call the ditto Commer aero lot on Danville pike. Mm. Fannio cial Gazette, or tho ditto Now York especial attention. We begin at 5c a yard in this line and run to Sunn. . World for 75 cents a year. Auv of Har S1.50. You will be astonished when you examine. Come and look. Toys and candies cheaper than any pers publications sent nt $1 off. other We are here for business. house in town. If you don't boliovo it magazines from 50c to 11. Our natrons getting tho benefit of all tho discount al try mo. It. Zimmor. lowed publishers. Born, to tho wifo of Mr. L. T. Smith, n Tnu following officers wore olected by S T S? boy, which is hia sixth. Tho youngster 0 pj the Maccabee Lodgo Wednesday night has been named Archio Dean. for the term beginning Jan. 1st: Com, JE9EQ3sBssisHsssasaHlHssssasiS! . o For Rent. Houso nnd premises on mander, A. H. Severance; Lieut. c era n Danville Avenue, now occupied by J. E. O. Walton; 3 M. Carter. Apply to Judge Varnon. G. G. Wine; Finance-KeepoM. F. O a Mary Varnon. Miss Chaplain, Joe F. Waters; Phyaician TVSTBBBBBBBBBSSSSSSSBSHMmhmBSBbI n The game of foot ball between tho Dr. W. B. O'Bannon; Sergeant, John Meier; Master at Arms, Dr. R. L. Davispublic school and hill school elevens 2 P O Wednesday afternoon, resulted in a vic- on; 1st Guard, J. T. Embry; 2d Guard, JIssssssssssssisssssssV'SSCsssssssssssssssssssssssbI sI -rr 5. oq former by n Bcore of 14 to 12. Thomas Dalton; Sentinel, Dr.W. B. Pentory for tbo in o ny; Pickott, John Watson. n o 'A t s Mn. J. Waiirrn Hock eh will becomo a o Standard Timk. An attempt will be to n n Of Lincoln County. partnor in Wallace W. Withers furnitnro made at 3 5 S the meeting of tho magistrates en OF A LOCAL NATURE. O and undertaking establishment Jan. 1, on the 22d to have the town clock kept The New and tho firm name will bo Withers & at standard timo. negro boy named Phelpe suicided HHHHHMsslllMsaMsslMsssssss The difference be2- - S o llocker. tween tho standard and the solar time is in Madison because hia sweetheart went p sssssr'ssssssssMfltr'FSsBssVBassssssa 3 Mill, back on hini. BBBBBBSSBSBVgBlKn 'SrfrffKSaBBBWBSBBBBBsl Tub next isauo of this paper will be 18 minutos, and it occasiona an endless K p A son of Samuol Craw doublo the Bizo of this. Already a num- amount of annoyance, Aa now run the ley, of Madison county, while Lancaster, Ky., helping to town clock shows no correct time, being ber of merchants have engaged space Is in full Q in scald a lot of hogs; fell into the trough o"f ot now buildersoperation, and invites the attention n the u crq of Lincoln county to its material, nnd still wo have it to sparo. Speak ear- frequently too slow or too fast for the boiling water and was scalded to death. superior workmanship and low prices. Note standard. If tho cbango is inado tho ft tt 3 ly if you want to bo represented in it D fiP Tho Watts steel plant at MIddlesbo- - SOME clock could then be run by tho regulator sssssssssss9tsssssssMsaB!isMSl3&Srassssssfl nnd nil at once, if it suits you. OUR C & at the depot, which gets the absolutely boro, the largest basic Bteel plnut in Perfectly clear poplar or yellnw pine flooring at Mian Lou Elliott, a graduato of Dr. correct standard time by telegraph the United States, was started Monday Jjpei hundred. As low as $1 50 per hundred. SI o n Perfectly clear yellow each day at 10 a. m. Wo have Been tho and will give employment to COO people. 81.50 per hundied. Aspoplaiasweather boarding at Price's privato Hospital and Preston low i 30 per hundred. . P W S3 Philadelphia, baa located horo and confusion that results from two times in Jceao Hatton, the negro accomplice All patterns and thicknesses of Celling In yellow rr poplar, chestnut and ash, as low as Ji 35 per 3 oHora ho' eorviceB to those who need town and nslnearly every town in tho of Wm. Todd, in the murder of hip undred. iiouble dressed lumber as low as $i per S: rf O hundred. Beautiful yellow pino finishing lumber, o O W thorn. Seo her card. Tho doctors Bpeak country haBjadopted tho Btandnrd time brother in Madison, was given a life sen quarter oak. Ac. Save monev bv eivinir us vour CL very highly cf her nnd Bay she will bo a we see no'good reason for ua Inucluc in tence. Todd was given a like sentence orders. THE LANCASTER PLANING p MILL. rear of the procession. tho Bick room. the laat September. Lancaster, Ky. 73 6m valuable assistant in 3 atsksM C Weekly-Courier-Jo- urnal, -- Commander, Record-Keepe- r, r, El-ki- n; Jones and wife, who died at the same hour of typhoid fever, were, at their request buried in the same grayo at Shelby ville, Ind. Of tho 1,'JOO members of tho Paris Ghrintiahthureh leas than 50 held mem MARBLE. berabip when Eld. J. S. Seeney took charge 20 years ago. & CO., The Henderson G tenner says that Builders from original deigni and best material tho friends of Rev. Fred D. Halo fenr Office 349 Thirdantl orkmanhip. K Street. LouUvill aru and Work shops. Montpcllier, Vermont that he ia losing hia minds from tho efaud Carraia, Italy. fects of family allltctions. Long experience; original designs; satisfaction o guaranteed. Tho Christian church at Maysvllle has obtained Judgment against the O. PUBLIC SALE OF & O. railroad for l,5t)0 damages done its property in buildiug the road. The Methodist ministers of Louisville have petitioned tho city authorities to We will the permit tho Salvation Army its our place sell toIrom highest and best thebidder at mile itcKln-neTurnermlle on Knob LLk & McCurinackt pike, on on tho Btreets unmolested. services Dr. Carroll estimates that 2.000.000 29, 1894, religious Bervicea. not counting Sundav- Our Farm of SIXTY ACRES, on which there is Bchools, aro held every year in the Unit a good dwelling and all necessary outbuildings, neighborhood is in a ed Sates, nnd thnt 10,000,000 eerraonB charches good schools. 20 acresand c nvenient 10 and already in wheat, nro proached in 105,000 places of worship. 10 acres in grass and balance In cultivation. Good )oung orchard and abundance of water. Will also sell is work Mules, jo Southdown ewes A largo church being no longer nec- sows and pigs 3 milk cows, 3 good mares, eaaary for tho Methodist meetings, it waa good lot of farming implements consisting ofand a wag ons, plows, harrows, &c. deemed best to iinpos& upon the hospiTERMS. On land, cash, balance in t and 2 tality of tho Presbytoriana no longer years, equal payments. On personalty, 6 month's time without interest. Negotiable notes, payable and yesterday the services were resumed In Farmers Bank & Trnst Co. B G.&lX. GOODE. at the Methodist church. Rev. U. E. Sotd McKinney, Ky Rainsoy will leave for Moroland but that doesn't mean that the meeting will end. It will not, but may go on like I Tennyson's brook. Rev. W. E. Arnold tells us that h4 has not been ablo to keep My stock of Millinery and Nctlons is kept con an exact count, but be thinks that there stantly complete by weekly rurchues and jou havo been at least 140 sanctificationa and can always find what you want. I Invite you to call and inspect conversions. The "mourner's bench" or MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, rather tho mourner's altar, of which we Stanford, Ky. have read, was reinstated and at times dozens were kneeling in prayer either for a higher life or tho forgivonees of sins. SUE MONUMENTS. GRANITE nnd There will be nothing like it. We are burdened with too many goods and want help to carry the load. We will oav birr wares for all the help we can get. Our posters are out and we mean what we say. In additions to all the old customers, we want 200 new ones to help and they shall be paid in lo.v prices for all the help they give us. Our Cloaks, men's, boys' and youths' Clothing and Overcoats must LAND & STOCK 1 d CHBISTMA 00 y, Saturday, Dec. - HUGHES & TATE. I to-da- y, TO THE LADIES 3 1 s TO THE CITIZENS sCsMsiiiisHHB''tHBBP! I Lancaster Planing o - 0 o z 0 ffl 'BSBBfl ' OF PRICES: tlKliil is s 2 Ro-tre- at, TSsttssMSBBMssL """ 3X ( P . .jilijJtW iatrii j- - ao - j. ' "- -- -" Ji - .- -. ik j,y ikiA .1 I Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa HEIRESSES AT LAW. llolen and Ynna - Disciples of IllnoVstono. tlonld Arc Now Modest WHY IT WAS UNFINISHED. t 1 Gould nro cortalnly Tho youngfubllehod Every Tuesday and Friday progressive. Indiesmany years pooplo For AT S PBR VIC Alt IN ADVANCTJ know that Jay Gould llrcd on Fifth arenuc, bad a big family nnd was a oWWhen not 10 paid S2.50 will be charged." very good, domestic, sleepless llttlo man who boiled millc on a gas stove for insomnia and mado enough money to keep tho wolf from coming in tho oak front door. Tho publlo knew "BVEBT IFIE&IIXcVXV nothing further about tho domestic lifo of tho Goulds. Then Georgo marWhen necessary. ried an actress. Sho was good, bcauti-fuyoung, and old Jay Gould was vory K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. fond of her. That was nil tho public Train naves Rowland at 7:0a a. m., returning know about it, Bays tho Now York Re corder. Then Jay Gould died. Helen S OR 8 PAGES. l, 'ml&'n. local time card. Kail train going Ncrth.. " South... express train " South " North, M...M.....MM.....M ..036 am Local Freight North. South, ..307pm Tk4 Utter trains also carry passengers, The shove is calculated on standard lira. Solas 4aeit about so minutes fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT jtlilue-Grutf ..123 pm 11 s P SNSMKMltt mm: 'aSSLI SjltilUlU- - ROUTE. fol-lo- Going North trains pats Junction City as biatted tibule Limlttd 33$ p. m. Local a. m. Vestibule suns 6 a. m. Ves- 1:10 p; m. Florida n I South N O. Vestibule Jjj 18 p.1 m. Flonda Local 11:55 p. m. Limited Vestibule arfires Sua p. m. Blue-Cra- C MISS GOULD Right. Both woro young, nnd sho was fair. IIo had been calling ou her soven s and ono afternoon a week for six months. Still nothing was settled, although ho was in tho habit of lingering boforo jowolers' show windows and asking every young married man of hia acquaintance if it really did not cost as much to keep ono ns two. As for hor, Eli o was spending 10 hours a day over tho eiubroidoring of tnblo linen, which instead of dedicating to tho family uio, bho careiuny iockou away as soon as finished. Moanwhilo tho sister next in suooossion was clamoring for tho, rover-Bio- n of tho parlor, and tho younger brothers sat in tho scat of tho scornful. Ono ovening ho noticed an nnnsnal abstraction in hor manner. "You aro not offondotl with inc?M ho asked. "I kuow I didn't got hero until 12 minutes past 8, but tho oar stopped in tho tunnel and" "Offended? Not at all, " and sho gazed droamily into tho lire "Perhaps you aio ill thon. You know you had lost a pound aud a half last timo wo woro weighed, and you haven't oatou all tho candy I brought yet. Yon must bo vory careful of your ovou-ing- She Explained the Dolny, and It Was Mndo means so much more than you imagines-serio- us and i iatai diseases result lrom trifling ailments neglected. r Don t play with Nature s f greatest gift health. In Poor Health CHEAP HMffl HE THIRTY DATS, U. B. KINO. We now 0. hire : 11. PRUIIT. a full tine ol Oo to Rowland lor the cheapen and boit Pictures ever made In Lincoln county. General Merchandise, Card Size, per Doien, Diamond Shape, : : : : 7fJc. : 75c. 1 Tin Types almost given away. All wcrk reduced In proportion and warranted. I will spare neither time or cxpenie In keeping up the reputation 1 have earned In the put. 85 FRANK CORD1KR, Rowland. At the Lowest Prlcot, And would call the attention ol ladles to the fact that Mrs Q. 0. l'ruttt Is silling the latent styles in Millinery : Goods, Cheaper than they can bo bought Pioduce same as cash. elsewhere. THE WEEKLY G0URIER-J01MA- Wanted, 100 Barrels of Corn. KINO Jt PRUITT, MoroUtod, Ky L Is a ten pag eight column democratic nowspaper. It contains the next T evemhitia roinc. IIKN- IcY WATTERSON is tho isliter. )R W. PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. mium far clubs Sample copies of the paper and four page Premium Supplement sent free to auy address. Write to ThoCOUMER-JOURNALCO. K PENNY Dentist. rently Ky. Brown's hsusted, nervoui, J and can't work, J Ing the most reliable strengthening meaicine.vtiiicms Brown's Iron Bitten. A few bottle core benefit comes from the very first close 1 If you are feeling out of sorts, weak M ana generally ex- - 1 The WEEKLY COURIER.JOURNAL makes very liberal terras to agent , and fives Iree pre- ic led by Or. Lee Office South Side Main St., In office K. Huffman, Staolsnl, Iron LOUISVILLE, KY. The fitters I DVJBeTMU. Semi - Weekly Intorior Journal, Apd The J. B. HIGGINS, n.. All Kinds of Coal, .........Dealeri Stanford, W. B. JOHM. Ky. ), T JONKS, MGlt. stain yrur ttttk. and it's plcuut to take. xxvn't Weekly Will be sent on Address Si Courier-Journ- al year to any address for SIS 7C. W. P. WALTON, Stanford, Ky health." STUDIES LAW. T. Dad Blood made her debut and Georgo bought a Stanford, Ky. : : yacht. Helen was philanthropic and Sole proprietors Desn's lllack Diamond Roof Ncrvoiu ailments . Paint Estimates furnisnsd for painting Wood, entertained llttlo. feho preferred poor HEST LINE TO AND FROM complaints. Metal and lion Koofs. Satisfaction GusraniMt). boys and mission houses to society All tools painted wlb Dean's lllack Disrsond Get only genuine It has crossed red I'aint guaranlted for year wrapper. Dealtrs Id bett cispeople and donoes. Sho soon loft "tho lines on r stltutcs thethereceipt or AH ethers are sub-- 4 f aco?' tern l'umpi and Galvanised Iron Miters. a on two c. stamps we world" for home and oharitablo works. "Nothing so frivolonsl This is really f will send set of Ten Beautiful World's 4 Solid Veittbuled Trains, with Ilulfet railor Then It was reported that Anna was something important" Fair Views and book free Cars, Blccant Coaches, Dinioir Cars, Wacner BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE. Ma going to marry an actor a schoolgirl Sleeping Cars sad UtcM Improved I'rivate Com THE RILEY HOUSE "You you don't think of parting pariiueut nutlet sleeping wars, magnieccnuy iur. "'"J11,1"1.1 attachment for a curly head and a rose-le- your hair, do you? Or is it possible nuhcil with toilet accestoncs In ech compartV . D. RILBY.'iProprlator, complexion, llut Georgo would that you contemplate entering Two large, brick " STORE ROOMS in .UnforiJ, for units ment. Jftsolafefy sale havo none of It. Then enmo tho story nr rent IheyareMi Mln tore t, in tho principal London, - - - Kontucky. of Howard's engagement to Odetto Mrs M J MII.LV.lt, Minfor.l. "No, nol I can't tell yon what it is. block m Tyler. Tho public was determined to but" " he I have moved to ray new am better Solid Cars, 13 1? ijrn .aige T?n 13 JtJull J- leccuplei- r Ston Kooni CoachesVcitlbuled Trains with Duffel ParlorUufTel tteparld than ever to accommodate the public Wajner . A cream of tarter baking pow- marry some member of tho family to n JLUIX T rn it. nlll" ln Vinrt Wallace W Sleeping and binleg Cars and MT fifn U tinw ' Good Livery attached and every convenience deCji. jjio.1 f.ei. Pomoi Jan i, iSot r,,," ApphloS it. fied. Give me a calL i, der. Highest of all in leavening professional. Georgo raced tho Vigi- -' i' mtui. ,V uiv ospuciiiig uiac Aimer Witherxou tl VaU.'buiilorfl, K . princo TRANK RIL.KV. 77 of AValcs and follow. Woll, I will say Rood ovcuiiiK. LV"1?.! , WM " strength. Latest United States got badly beaten J.' Government Food Report. I Sleeping Car line lrom Cin D. Now llelen and Anna, two of tho I would not interfero with' such a do ThecnlrThrouch OAHP3BITTBJB,, " cinnati. Llegant Wagner SUeplog Cats. wealthiest young women in tho coun- lightfut visit. why you sny .Itmy store ou will find one ol "he finest "I don't heo 'that MilSOYALAKINGiPOWDER 00., try, ore about to take up a law course. -old stand ol J. II. Green in At the stocks of MilllMry They aro both eaid to havo inherited ler. I think him n charming fellow. " broucht to Stanford.and Embroidery AlaterUl tver 100 Wall Street, Now York. Ihave paid caih fir my goods Hustonvlllo, - - Kontuoky. "So does he. Good ovening, Miss their father's business instincts and The "Southweitern Limited" Solid. Vcitlbuled and sell them (or cash, o Jew Ihst you will be Daisy." llaa just received s beautiful line of Trains, with Columbian Library, lluffet and Smo are devoting their timet to spending in forced to buy Uom me. An examination will con- king Cars, Wagner Sleeping Cars, Klegant CoachA. S. PRICE, "I why, what is your hurry?" ways wise, judicious and charitablo you and jouaie invited to mile It. es and Dinltg Cars, landing paisengrra in New Surroys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. "You said that you expected Miller vince SURGEON DENTIST. York City at 4 id Stieet Depot. Positively the fortunes which wero left to them. M K . A . A M c K I N N E V. and"- -Furniture and Stoves. Office orr McRobtrts Dm; Store in the new Helen is interested in the building of No Forry Transfer. "Why, I said nothing of tho kind I houses for tho poor and has much Owsley Building-Genuine Oliver Chlltea Mews. Step In and see a Stanfsrd: property as woll ns countless philan- Ho is calling on Julia this ovening. I Be iur jour tickets read via "Hijc Four,' nice Use of Rocking Chairs and Vurniture. Moves Cheaper tban ever before. thropic schemes which Bho attends to saw hisshndowon tho blind. Noonoolso JL O. McCOKMACK. D. U. MARTIN, Gen. Pais, and Tkr,.gt. Paae. 1 raffle Msntr V.W. OllEKN. Propnetoi. herself. Anna has been seriously think- hns Bnch absurd cars." Cincinnati, O. "Ob, woll, Miller is n very nico foling of making a princess of herself, MYERS HOUSE wants to know how to keep her low But you haven't told mo yet what Stanford, : : : Kentucky. and royal husband within bounds. They you aro thinking of. " X.X1TXR TT I am Mill running Ihls "Oh, I can uover toll yonl You will Hotel and nro going to tako a full law courso polittlt mrt under tho tuition of Prof. RusselL Of think it silly. You nro always laughing will continueasl ibebestray gest theatiurds. alien- Only Direct Line between P. W. GREEN, Prop. as well the market course, in a very short tlmo thoy will at it" know tho difference betweon American "Can it bo about tho embroidered lin- Special Attention to the Travel- Cincliiuati This stable, which Is run n connection with the and Roman law, tho rights of prop- en?" ing Public. Myers House, has been supplied with Shorteiliand quickest between erty holders and how to creep out as "How clovor of yonl How did yon When you want turnout cone lot my Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, well as into a lawsdit, and these fair over guess? But I can never, novcr toll Oarllalo, Mayavtllo, Oynthiana, women will not force Howard to pay you." Buggies, Wagons, LIVERY STABLI'. Falmouth and Oovlngton. out 810,000, or wicked lawyers will not "Thon I ehall think it a joko at my .raiaeier's Supplies and Is better Ulan eves Prices to suit the bard times Call or leave o.dsr Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains rtti imposo on tho young millionairesses and expenso. I insist on knowing. " supply the public wltb prepate run by Central Standard Time. at the Myers lloute On ce foreign noblemen demand their purTime Tabl Nov. it, 19. "Oh, it's not a joko at all, but if you Fm8T-OLA8- 8 BIOS OF ALL K1NDH. chase prico down, or tho young ladies insist" THOMAM YKAOEK TRAINS EAST. JAMES VKAGER. No j. No. 7. No. 1. eFor A a, m. p. a. p. fa. Personal and promptatiantlon giventoWaddiogi w;lll "know tho reason why." "I do insist" 1 00 ave Franklort A VEAGER Sc YEAGEK, 400 iiniii uu u nais. or Cold, .BefreshingllBath.KHot "But, Mr. Smiffkins, I roally can't o5 10 Summits ..77 00 40S F.W.ORXEX, AMUSING SCIENCE. " KUnorn...........7 ir Woll, if you will know. I havo finish- nj AI.tlURNS.Manater, ,1'roprietor. iA stylish Hair Trimjot CIsin Share, go to " Swlucr ..........7 iS 41S 40 A Scissors I'urilo Which, AJthouch Mys- ed ombroidoring ouough of it woll, liveet. ffis 100 4 st stamping urouna.7 ss a to t Oo'ok 8s Farmer's JBarber Shop, 4 34 Duvall... .,.....7 3 tifying, Is Easily Done. enough for a a small family, and now it s so FIRST NATIONAL BANK Special Kates to Commercial Men. lehnssu. 7 4 40 Pasa the little fingers through tho I don't know what initial to put on it, Georgetown-4 4 M A. O. Lanhsas, B7s John Jl. Cattleman. S. Depot,..., handles of a large pair of scissors, keep- and it naturally makes mo rather 8TANFORD, fc.Y. 300 Of STANFORD, KY. z:VJ 43 "J 1 so Newton....-.- .. ing tho Angers forward, tho palms of thoughtful." Centrvvltlc...... j 11 II )eu Ld livery give us a call. Nothing but 3J tho hands turned upward and tho Tho next day sho took hor linon down 5 IS J 43 Capital Stock-Surpl- us tutnouis will leave our stable. .See us Arrive EUiabeth., .$200,000 Pani.......C.,.,..8 ta 400 points of tho scissors downward, aa in- town and had tho lcttor "S" stampod tor rates. In our Pans Junction JLiL 21,300 1 of tho occompanj-indicated in Fig. on ovcry piece, Chicago Tribune. HARNESS SHOP Attention of the public is invited to lbs fac illustration. Ily a slight movement of TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. t No. You will ftnl KoJ atsortment of Harness, that this Is the oulv National Hank in Stanford a.m. p in. a. m the two hands send tho points forward, Lucid. Urultr the provisions of the National Hank Act ai dlc, Ac. Have our repsinbg done by Lve Pima depositors are secured not only by the capital and, keeping up tho movement, let Tommy Paw, teacher wants us to Dur inau, he undtrttauds his buiinesi. We have a Lve Pana Junction. 4 33 ,...C.... 9il e 03 stocky but bv the stockholders liability- lor aa them revolve until they faco your toll what is tho differenco between mcihiuiciD our t 4 S3 Arr Klixaboth. ....... 9 3 amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol OF LIVERPOOL. 6 19 3 Arr Ccntrcvllle.... 10 eo breast, as in Fig. 3. Now place yonr "speak" and "talk." this institution are secured by s fsad of $400,000. BLACKSMITH SHOP. Arr Newtown ....... .1008 6s7 S3o flva sworn statements of the condition of the bank hands back to back, nnd continuing 641 Mr. Figg Um lemmo sec. Gen- Will guirttll.vfirit flam work and sstlifaclory ArrC. S. Depot....... .10 18 are made each yearto the United St&.s fovern-meArr Georgetown 3 SO tho revolving in the and Itsaisets are caamincd at ata ted times sbotr. BARBEE &CASTLEM AN direction, send movement back samo erally whou I, got into an argument ciicn. lit oir bureMachines, the lightest draft Arr Johnson .. 103$ 64J J 00 10 41 Agents fur Deenne tho points I foveroinent agents, thus securinr addililona 1 10 toward with your mother sho is outspoken nnd machine on earth. Arr Duvall ,.....io 47 67 0S7 830 ana perfect safe(y to depotilora. MANAGERS, ArrStamp'g Ground 1054 the spectators; then Anally raising I am outtalkcd. Indianapolis Journal. This inititutlon. onuiDally established ss the 1 3 Arr Swiuer.....ii C4 jc Deposit Hank of Stanford In iljf, then them upward that Is to say, In a posiArr tlkhcrn ........,u 11 90J Commerce Building", Louisville tion tho opposite of tho ono representised ss the National liank ol Stanford in 1S65 and 11 17 Arr .Suuimlt..... to j72 9 5 CongrntulBtetl. again reora;snucdae the First National Uank ol ose Arr Frankfurt A. . .11 is Agents throughout tne South, ed in Fig. 1, and similar to that shown bUnlord In iS8, has had practically an uninterJackson (mcotlng Dobsou, with whom rupted existence of sty ears. It is better supplied A connects with L. & N, in Fig. 3. now with tactlillea lor traniacllng bullosas prompt II connects with Q. A C. and L, S. ho was out all night) Hollo, old boy, ly and liberally tban ever before In its long and TEIBBLE, Local Asnt, If you try this experiment without got homo nil right? Cconaects with K.. C. F1CUE COISAG1E OF W. A. Note Not. r, a, 3. 4. 7, t and u, dally except honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidufollowing tho directions given here, you Dobsou Yes, but my wifo wouldn't ciaries, firms and Individuals rcspect'-ll- y Sunuay See bunday trains below. STANFORD, KY. SIK.VEII. will bo astonished to And that you in- speak to x nio. Th Directory of thts Ilsnk is composed ol variably arrive at result: SUNDAY TRAINS. The free and unlimited coinage of Jnckson Lucky follow I Miuo dldl Portland hands will come backthis back, but Tho Reld, San Francisco. to tho Mount Vernon Echoes. W&t Leave Georgetown 10:3s A. M.; srrlve ForeiusHarris, Lincoln county; S. T. Lincoln; silver, the product of American mines, at Frankfort 11:35 A. M. points of tho scissors turn downward Last Leave Franklort a:ij P. M ; srrlve ot O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; they should bo pointing at the old ratio of 1 6 of silver to i of Georgetown 3ns P M. Record. whenyou will bo unablo to upward, A Just ns Good. J. W. Hayden, Stanford; and alter that The Kentucky Midland Railway S.II. Maughraan, Lincoln; Traveler (to trainboy) Got any fan- gold, is the only solution of and tion form the shortest atrd chcapcit and connecroute to all position of tho scissors without disen ny books Murk Twain or any of tho remedy for the disturbed and unsatis- points bouth, Katt, North and veit. J. . Uocker, SUnford ; gaging your two hands Ask anyone V VIA l'cr further information apply to their jgent, W. A. Tribute, Stanford; humorists? C. D. HLRCAW. Gen Pass. Agent. present to try tho experiment, tho reM. D. Elmore, Stanford; Train Boy No, sir, but I'vo got a factory condition of trade, manufacT GKO. II, HARHKK.Ccn.Supt sult will always be tho fcame. T. 1'. Hill, Stanford. couplo of London papers containing ture and general business of the counIn order to succeed, you have to tako K. L. Tanner, Mc Kinney ; try. The surreptitious act of 1873, but a simple precaution, as follows: comments on tho American elections. M. J. Millor.Mt, Vernon-Chicago Record. S, Uocker, President; VTWt JVW.S Tt EKaZLUHtisssniBHmKlK. divorcing silver and gold in our moneJohn J. McRoberts, Cashier; Jouisyiitt jiwAiBAVvaCjiiCAco Rr (o- tary system, was a :rime of untold A. A. McKinny, Assistant Cashier. l'rovalllnir. AND 1 Nnwvico I don't quito understand magnitude. It was the rankest kind EULLMAITSAXTD football and couldn't follow tho gamo of class legislation in favor or fhc PARLOR :0AHS. Farmers Bank&Trnst Co very well. How can I distinguish tho wealthy against the producers of dofcated team? I mean, what aro their FROM LOUISVILLE ONLY LINE OY STANFORD, KV colors? wealth, and hostile to the. prosperity RUNNING - DINING - CARS. Is now fullyorganited and ready for business wilm Freshmanuo Er black and bluo. of the United States. It Avas an act . . .WRITE: TO of treason because done at the instance SOLD TO Paid'up Capital of $200,000. ALL POINTS: B. II. BACON, D. P. A., F. J UEED.G. P.'A. Full Returns rrohi the Game. 111 of a European syndicate and for bribe Chicago, juoulsrille, Ky. 2C 000. Surplus, , money, "giving aid and comfort to CHIP, INDIANA, ILLIHOIS, SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAX, BtTPaul. Denver. HANK OK STANFORD, WISCONSIN, our country's enemies." To shield Now closing up) with the sarut assets and under Tho moment tho points of tho scissors the guilty parties, the well authentitne same management, MISSOURI, KANSAS, point to your breast, as in Pig. 2, tako liy provisions of Its chatter, depositors are at .IF YOU AKE GOINO.....M Hi cated facts, often published, have been fully protected as aie depositors in National caro to introduce through tho handles NEBRASKA, COLORADO, Uruiks, its shareholders being held individually on only tho last joint, of tho little fingers. vigorously denied. tuole to the extent of the amount of their stock CALIFORNIA,' therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the ARKANSAS, This will permit tho scissors to describo ......THE...... The Enquirer will continue to examount Invested In such shares. It may act as a comploto revolution between tho executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, ru fully as TEXAS, pose this unpardonable crime until so individual. palms of tho hands and tho tips of tho To those who entrusted their business to us fingers. Then, placing tho hands back right and justice arc done the people 'BE WEST, 50UTH-WEwhile mnaglng the Lincoln National Uank ol to back, you will find that tho scissors Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and by the full restoration of silver to its trust tbey will conUnue to transact their bustnosi will b on executing a rotary moveFIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenold companionship with gold. We ment without further hitch or hintion to same, our twenty years' experience la AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. Princotou Tiger. banking and as liberal accommodations as are drance. need the assistance of the people in , LOUISJVILLt 4 Nashviilc H. n. with sound bankings THE BEStTrOUTE TO THE No Use for It, truth, to which end disseminating the Patbetlo Instances. ' ' NORTH AND EAST. J J. WillUmr, Mf. DixacTons: peddler That littio book on "How we invite all in your selection of pa Is the line for you, as its , At tho Taria Mont do Piotc, tho ofVernon to Preservo tho VESTIBUIED COACHES, ficial pawnbroldng . H. Shstiki.'itin'ord; Double Dally at H 4 t wedding ring pawned establishment, a imfirn aitrfntfin iiuir" is a koy to tho pers for the coming season to include UUMAN in 1857 has just ....w ...!.. v.... . . SLEEPING AND DIHINO CflHt J.S.Owsley, Stanford; Make.'close connections f been redeemed. Only seventeon francs BaldyI am vory sorry, but I havo the Enquirer, that costs only $1.00 a S.J. Eiobrr, Stinford; SEE THAT YOUtt TICKETS READ OVER TH LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI was lent upon it originally, but tho not a siuglo lock that it would UL Do- - year, (issued twice a wee.; J. II. Owsley, hunford; For all points. thirty-si- s , tickot was renowed times, troit Freo Press. ORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAi J. F. Caap, Stanford; Liberal commissions and cash reTHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. and tho owner paid fifty francs in inWilliam Gooch,,Stanlord; CHCAPC8T. BEST and QUICKEST LINE. UAOOAGE CHECKED THROUGH wards given to club raisers. Sample Remarkable, terest. Tickets aro still renewed every A.:W.;Carpeuter, MllledgevilU, K e jnulre of For sny information Write, for Rules, Maw, TlmcTablcs, Dcscrlpti W, H. Commms, Prcachersvill year for a pair 6f cotton curtains A housekeeper up town sayH that her copies free, Enquirer Company, JOES. HICK. Aeent, Ky to any Station Aeent, or.to 'nmpUlcts, S, H, ShinVs, Fresldent, Stanford, grocor is 80 6low with his dolivory that pledged for four francs twonf-n.v- j tJ tV. A. MeQUOWN, Trar. Pais. Cincinnati, O. W. B. ntVILU ALLCN HULL, OBAOO, M. f. Dr, J.'E. Owsley, Cashier, years ago, and for an umbrul when sho 01 dors oggs tho boy brings .i'lru.ri(l. 1)1,. rr.r,lt. Trlls Psm. function City, Ky W. M. JCigat, TeUer. B(UX0EX,TA. COUSIUS, 0. chickens, Philadelphia Record. U W0. 01SOir,Ti. threo-quartor 6;-Ir- Tho absent gazo wouderod over his head. "I am quito well, thank yon, only a llttlo thoughtful. Tho serious probloms of lifo must sometimes present themselves to ono's mind." "You can't decido whothor to havo a jackot or a capo? Or is it whother to havo your photographs profile or It Cures Neuralgia, Constipation, malaria, Women's Kldnrtv snit f Troubles, JOITIS BROS., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, lut Big Four Route, m. itawdep J af avcou-vent?- ll'ilu'u I -. 1 i Pure ST. XjOTJIS. -- - ttots ili W-- To Tlio Ladies BOSTOU. isriEi W sto:r,:k:. - S. well-know- n fflHbp . The Myers House, 1 Ky. Midland R'y, nndFrnukfort ST ABUE well-kno- first-cla- ts . 11 mmm ruu; 1 1 C ROYAL ' firtt-cUs- s I Y I g Insurance Company Dri-ul- ts, - , 11 nt S sollc-te- d. Worlds Fair CHICAGO LBIW gw NORFOLK RAILROAD. h J WESTERIi TICKETS Tit-Bit- s. NORTH WEST. MORTH-WES- T, S1 coa-liste- nt Trains ... , t, Afe-sn- KW lk 11.11' .,1 MUuAXvm W4w- - ,1 m rfu jA mil siirt sw fj'.vi-- !, -rf ; it rafcfluAasaiaasaLi frm