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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894122501 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. r- -' rx sT ) rvT--C- T;?7 - rnr3 'JJl' . ritii"w r K ; 9 H VOL. XXII. . Semi Weekly iNferior STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 25, 1894. COUNTY. CRAB ORCHARD. Journal -- s i . . NO. 84 LAN CASTE n, CAMARD Mr. Itlco Boi(e, the nnwly fleeted jailer, lion filed his bond And ia ready to enter upon his duties tlio 1st of .Jnnunry W. S. Milter, of Knojvillo, Ib hern cIobIdr up sonto of Ida tjlil ontntniidiiiR btiflneM. Uo id look! tin fat hihI lienrty. The Christum" (iresentH to bo distributed on the "otli may bo numerous, but will not be exputiBive. Reason why bnrd times and scarcity of funilH. It is thought that tho "lien rMvin" and "Wlno Rap" applea now upon Urn tnnrkatarn vastly inftrior to the "Mi lam" and "Janet" of oldn titno. Tliern is undoubtedly a deterioration in Hih quality of fruitfl, and especially so .an to apples. The urchins of the city have laid asido their base ball batH and taken to stilts. They do this Iwcaubm it is nil fun and no work, and though the. pay in limited, it aliowa their willingness to to HometblnR, however nonbensical It may appear. The marrlapo of Mr. Fisher GaineB and MIm Matnio Cnrry at tho Ohrietian cburch Wednesday afternoon attracted an imtnenso crowd of tbo cltizena of tho town and county. Tho ceremony was performed by Kid. Oowen In his usual excellent style, and orerythiut; was con ducted with order and decorum. Tho nshfta worn polite and attentive; tho muaic was chirmlng and decorations of the cburch msgntlicttnt. Trio, bride and irroom, pftor receiving the conrntula-tion- s of friend, took carriages for where a banquet Hwnited them at the homo of the biidettroom's parents. Mias Kntio Simpcon is Kpnndln tl e holidnys with Miss Heowio Markxburv. Mis Mau Ware, of Uopklnsville, is tl o quests of Mrs. H. K. McRoberte. Mr. 1?. E. Hughes Is vliitiui; rulittivea here. Misses Alice Younp, Mattiu Walker. Oia llay and Georgia Miller are at home from school to upend Xmna. Mr. lliiy.. (rnnt in vihllitij: bh paiuntm, Or. and Mr. GrauL Mlm Carrie Gurry enterGained Fritained Mr. and Mh. Fial-rday evening. Mr. II. A. II. Marksbury bin returned from n business trip to Cincinnati. Mr. A. II. Kice is here from Dayton, Ohio He will return Wednesday with his wife, wlior8 they will reside in tbo future. -- The social event of tbo season was the large dining at tho hospitable borne of Mrs. Clara Singleton, given in honor of Mr. J. F. Cummins and wife provious Farris & Hardin Dealers in Dan-vill- e, 'HAPPY JACK" In IaTRnasir or 20 counties like Lincoln r Btid have about 2,000. people Jivim out of a Land Where There are no Fleas. Suinley. Twenty-fiv- o years ago there PoiitStanlky. Falkland Isr.N-n-s Oct. were not exceeding 5,000 sheep on those 20th, KSUt -- I shall try to be careful and Ulauds, now there are 750,000 or more, not lire voiu reader with this communi- and last year' output of wool was 3,707,-10- 1 cation; shall belu with tho town and its pounds, and that don't amount to a people as I st-- e them. snap of your finger, whencompared with Stanley ban u short 1,000 people, is the same business iu Patagonia and Terra Rkdccxd hatjwto Oiiicaoo. The Itouto will iell excursion ticketn from LonlavlHo to Chicago and return at SIO 05, also to all local point nn ita line and points on tho Big Four, I). &0. f., I. D. A W Vandalla, Wabash and T. fit. L. & K. 0., at ono and one third fares on Pec. 21, 25, 31 and Jany. 1st, good returning until and including Jany. 2nd. Also to all poiuta f8,?nclfied above, they will sell to students with letter of identification from tho Principal of their OalleRe or Bern nary, tickets with roturn limit of Jany, lltb, 1SU3. PAMOngefa ore received by this lino at tho Union Station, 10th & Broadway and delivered at the Dearborn Station, the one tntuuted nearest the central portion of Chicago. Excursion tick, els will be honored on either the Day Kxprrea lenvini? Lonifivillo At 7:10 a. m. or the elegant Pullman Limited, leaving Louisville 8:11 i, M. For fuller Infor mation, call at Monon Office, N. W. Corner Fourth & Market Streets, or addrea, E. II. Bacon, Diatrict PAsaenper Agent, Louisville, Ivy. Mo-non 8.-V- Prest-deuf- or The Queen & Crescent announces a special rate of a fare and a third for the round trip from Cincinnati and from all Btationslu Kentucky, account Lexington, Ky., Midwinter Fair and Exposition, December tho lVili to Juuuary 8th. It will undoubtedly bo tho xreateat exhlbi tion ever held in Kentucky. Tickets on oalo via the Q. A: 0. every day during Fair, good until January 9th to return. Ohah W. Zull, D, P. A., Cincinnati, 0. Wisconsin Central Lines. Through lino from Chicago to Jt. Pau and Minneapolis, making close connec- I"" u u tion (no transfer) with lines running to all poiuta in Minuesota, North and South Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, California, and Pacific Coast points. The direct lino to all pointa in Eastern, Middle, Northern and Western Wisconsin, Duluth and all Lako Superior pointe. Doublo dally through train eoulpment. For full a with partlcul are address any ticket agent in thn United States or J. 0. Pond, general pae8enger ifeent, Milwaukee, Wis. The Queen & Crescent Itouto always For ineetfl the public requirements. holidays this year they aro the first to announce low rates to all Q. & u. points, and to cortain territory on connecting HntB. Ask agents for particulars. AbIi-laud, aer-vl- rn flrst-clas- chap-nsorct. ulctrs, hands, chilblains, corn and all skin eruptions. no pay repuireci. u is It positively cutt pile, or litUfactlon or money ruaranteed to sve perfectper box. For tale by cent refunded. Price A. K. Penny, Stautord, Ky, tot ti,. i,.t ul,i In the world sores,can. bruises. tetter, ialt rheum, fiver Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo. od D, W. fuller, of Canajoharie, N. Y., ia) that he alwaya keeyi Or. KfnK'a New Discovery lnlne Uouae and hu family would not bo without It, If procurable. O. A. Dykeman. DruKKisI, Catskill, K. Y., says that Dr. KinB' New Discovery is undoubtedly the best Cougn reined; that be has used it In hfa lamily for eight yeau, and It has tevc. failed to Jo 11 that ia claimed lor It. why not try a rMtituyso Iodk tried and tct:d, TiU bottle lree"r A. R. Peony'i Drug Sun. Reju lar ilie joe. d Ji.co. A HouBohOld Troaauro. beautifully Bltuatd upon one ofthe loveliest hays that eurround the two main islands, on a gonfln stopn running back from tho bay without a break in tbo slope which renders the wide paved and piked streets perfectly level the long way of the town with only a slight elevation for tho croas streets. There aro numbers of a fine residences hero as you can find in Lincoln county, while there la not a nhnnty or tumble-dowstructure in it, and there are no rags or misery, while liens and bed bug have never invaded the iilands. 1 have seen grown people here who have never been so for as West Falkland, who nover saw a tree, field of wheat, corn, hemp or tobacco, or anything that in cultivated, who never laid eyes on a bg road waon, a pair of homed to a fine Carriage, n railroad or Btoam or electric par, a mill for grain or lumber, a factorj for fabric?, not even a public road of the rt leat kiud. Think oia woman who has ni ver thought of looking for a Ilea before going to bed, yet the people are as cultl- v cd and rerlued Inuvnrvnncin! un.l lum flUei WAV. as in UIIV D.rt nf nnr nnmilrv Tlvt ladies are well educated and accom- dillied have all the now music and sodgi, and the young gentlemen know hot to assist them iu all the dances that ourllKjye naaist our girls in anywhere in thell nited btates, whenever a cirl is in nei'U of that kind of help. I had hardly Untied before "After tho Ball" and "D.iUy" was ringing lu my enro, while ono V'ounv; lady "stirred the blood in nu old iban'8 heart" by slnslng in sweetest melcily. "My Old Kentucky ilomo " I felt liu taking her In my arms, ono time any lkw. Sly hoitrt got so big I had to go out do.iw to turn round. Stanley ia a poor (jlrice for a numskull, and he seems 13 found it ou aud stayed away and a felloW who is not sharp enough to drive down in hard to find in tho Falklands. Evvrylwjdy was up to snutT before coming herij to live except me, and if you uutiertaki to sit down on a native, you will finA :yourself seated ou a fUx hackle It you re not caret ui, As a proof of their shijtiwilnnsa one fellow sold a down East labkeu a ship load of peat to run his ship to Boston; they uso peat for fires here, theiYnnkee uever got out of the bay with Ins peat. The chap who sold tho peat wjh born and raised iu East Falkland, wis 23 years old when be made the Bale and "bad never been from borne," and am praying that he never will go the United States, because a raw hand who can ilq that, could break up a half dozen Jay Gould?, if bo had good training. TeU Stanford to look out, be in living yet and ia woree than auy Missouri, Kansas or Texas bank. I hope ho may never see SUter Hayden or Aunt Oath. They have tin Catholic, Episcopal, Methodist and Baptist churches here aud the buiho kind of religion seems to pre vail that 1 have seep everywhere I havo ever been. You can't tell.tho sheep from the goats. It make? tno feel like I web at home. The FaU'anda (ill to'.d) are about as' n hy where they are just beginning aud where they have the same kind o country and same kind of gross and the same way of handling their wool as here. They only beguo 10 years ago, and as tho islands have now about as many as they cin carry, they ship their surplus of oiresand bucks to those countries for breeders. is about the sire of Kentucky. Christmas, when the shearing begins, the sheep carry their o wn fleeces to the sea board are sheared, the wool compressed into 500 pound bales, loaded on a ship at the sheep pen, and away it goes to market, and this being tbo only busiuesa there is no use for roads, There aro uo burrs. The wool is of the finest quality of its kiud, that ie, tho coarse is the very best coarse, &c. Every care is taken iu breedfng. The shepherds absolutely live amoug their sheep. Nothing grows in those countries but grasd. After it has been close ly grazed and well tramped it seems to form a sod, that is more like our, blue grass than auy grass I have ever Been. It stands the winter precisely as and furnishes the finest grazing. Cattle aud Merino sheep have played out. In the Falklands a thief aud murderer have no way of escape. They can't swim the Atlantic, nor is there a hiding place Argentine five ago Bold no wheat. Last year she exported 30,000,000 bushels. How is thnt for a new scholar? Looks likti she ia spelling up towards head, don't it? Walter A. Wood baa his ageuta aud binders there as well as in New Zealand, Romania and India. I camo down with two of his agents, and saw lois of U. S. binders in Montevideo cheaper than in Stanford. Tho world deems t5 be moviug aud Uncle Sim imia1 look to his laurels. Everybody, regardless of age, sex or "previous condition of servitude," will pfe.iHe tuke this as a personal letter to themselves and write accordingly. I have not been sick a day Good-ByB'pcc I left. .1. II. MlLLKB. del-Fueg- o, Terra-del-Fueg- o blue-nras- a yt-ar- s to their departure for Stanford. The menu which graced tho table was delightful in overy respect. There were over 103 invitations leaned and all were unanimous in pronouncing the occasion one long to be remembered. Among the holiday festivities at Crab Orchard, tbo one most to be remembered was the musicalo at College Home, Friday night, w hich was to the reuret of both teachers and scholars, only enjoyed by the parent and near rela. tives, ou account of scarcity in house room. The musicalo was a grand sue cess, each pupil acquitting herself very creditably and deserving special mention Tho chief feature of N the occasion was ''Santa Olaus' Mistake," which was participated in by every echolar and altbb' but little time was consumed in practice, not a mistake occurred and it would not have been more beautifully rendered bad there been months of practice devoted to it. One act of the play was a Christinas tree laden with beautiful presents for the children and distributed by Santa Olaus, which was of course much both by the pupils and audience. After the play ended refreshments in abundance were served; the Professor and his wife then gave the home over to the young folks and they made merry aiidenoed the treat immensely until late in the evening. Our town now has what we have long needed and our citizens should exert their every edbrt In behalf of the success of the College Home. Aschool with such competent instructors as Dr. Stapp,wifo and daughter is an honor to any town nnd we sincerely truot the principal will meet with such unbounded success that he will think it profitable to remain in our midst many years and instruct our children both in knowledge and social duties. Rev. Will Anderson is home from Mosey Creek College to spend the holidays. Johnny Edmiston, of Georgetown, came home Friday to spend Christmas. Mr. Craig Stafford, of Campbellsburg, and MIbs Anna Austin, of Paint Lick, who attended Collego Home, left Saturday for tbeir homes to 8pud the holidays. Miss McWhortor, of Laurel county, is visiting her brother, Mj. John McWhortor. Mrs. Alice Newland spent a few days very pleasantly with friends and relatives in Cincinnati during the past week. Part of her visit was with Miss Kate Cochran at the Conservatory of Music, where Miss Kate is, bo her teachers say, making fine progress in music. Miss Bailie Green is spending a few days with friends in Lancaster. Mr. W. A. Brooks is home to spend the holidays with his mother. Prof. Smith has gone to his home in Ohio to spend Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McClure are now at home to their friends in their new and cozy little cottage. MIbs Maud Pettus is visiting ber sister, Mre. Cummins, in Stauford. Mr. J.T, Chad-wic- k aud littlo Eddie Bailey are visiting friends in, Mt. Vernon, Mrs. Melinda Rjbs was unexpectedly called to Paint Lick Tnursday to att?ud tho funeral of her sister, Mrs. Mary Cochran, who died of stomach trouble. Mra. Cochran was well and favorably known iu this section, having been raised hero. Her many friends aud relatives regret her pre mature death, as it caino so sudden it found all unprepared for tho sad uews. The following is the programme of the 5th Sunday meeting at 0. O. Baptist church, Dec. 2U aud 30: Devotional exerciser at 10 a. m.; sermon 11 a. m ; aden-jov- ed .M Chinaware, Glassware, O&yx Tables, Lamps, Water Sets, 1. V CANDIES, NUTS AND ERUITS They beat the world. m & The St. Asaph Hotel, Wljich is under their management, is headquarters for the traveling public and is one of the best hotels in the State. ,' .For six month we have tried. THE CASH SYSTEM, YOU WE ' --i And find it a success, and every one realizes the advantages and economy of a strictly Cash System. Live more economical, buy goods cheaper, pay Your account as you go, are not annoyed ..with A collector and do not dread to see January 1st. prices, sell cheaper than the cheapest, save you money and carry a full line of S:t the WHILE Fancy and Staple Groceries, Hardware, , ' Tinware, Vulcan Plows, Arizona Stoves, Majestic Ranges''-- , . Salt, Lime, Cement. Heating Stove's.. our rnccs. W. H. WEAKEN & GO. ' TO MT PATRONS V Having sold my stock to Withers & Hocker, I am very desirous of Closing Up all of My Business And I therefore ask that all who owe will ! COME IN AND SETTLE, Without further delay. I can be found at the old stand lor the ent pres- READY : TO : SELL : YOU : GOODS Please Call at your j- Or rive you a receipt for those already bought. earliest possible convenience. - Mack Huffman. F.B.Twidwell Dealer In Drugs, Medicines, Silverware &c. Has Opened his Immense Stock of Fancy-Groceries- , journment 12 M. e, Devotionul cxergiBes 1:30 p. m. Subject, Refldx Influence of Foreigu Mta. sioiih3 i m , T. II. Campbell, A. B. F. P. Bryant. Second subject, How to develop the Mission Spirit, 3 r. m., A. V. Sizemore, R. R. Noel, G. D. Heudrick Bon. Adjournment 4 i. m. Dovotiouul exercises 7 r. m. Subject 3J, Destitution Within our llouuds, 7:30 p. M., J. E Co3by, J. G. Pond, A. J.Trib-b- y, Holiday -- -- (roods : And- e. Sunday, devotional exercises 9 A. m ; Sunday school 0:30; Subject 4th, The A" Winchester mercnant last week , 10 a. i , Revs. Need for advertised "mufilirs fjr a song," and a Towusend, A. J. Pike, Scott Anderson. This wag come in and picked a fine one and Subject 5th, Sy&teiuhtic Giving, 11 a. m , from Mirbled "Sweet Marie." Then he'walk-e- d J. W. Warder. out, and the merchant swore at tho For rhenmatUin I have found nothlni equal to ofiice boy. Chamberlain's Pain IUlm It relcives the pain as as Young, west LaoertT. Oapt. Buford A. Tracy, a promiuent soonVa. applied, J. w.relief It affords is alone W. The piornpt citizjn of Winchester, was accidentally worth miiir time the cost, so cents. Its continued use will effect a permanent enre. 'klllod by being caught in an elevator For sale byDr.S. U. llocker, druggist, Stanford. v shaft, ills neck was broken. Mound City, Mo , has a 13 year-ol- d boy wlio weighs 24'.! pounds, and Caaco. girl wuo weighs 2J5 Me. a 12 yettr-olpounds. u'ii n jby Tib sick, we pava her Castort. G. O. Bottoms, a Ilarrodsburg dry Wut-fcho w as a Child, tho cried for has. fii'ed for f 30,000. goods merchant, Sunday-Schools, -- CHRISTMAS TRIX, Stock has been selected with gre.ccarc and any and everything a cheap Toy to a most Elegant Present can be found. Come Early and Get Ffrst Pick & Choice. They will be sold Astonishingly Low. ' v d n S. H Clifford, New Cassel, W., was troubled and Rheumatism; his stomach with Neura'tr was disordered, his liver wasoiiecttd to an alarm appcmcuu wa iuiu us wh icrupiy ing ucirree, reduced in flesh aud strength. Three bottles 01 HlectiiC Hitters cured hiln. Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Illin running sore on his lee of eight j ears stand-iiiL- '. Used three bottles of Electric Hitters an . C.l AHI seven win 01f 1I..LI.. ,""'" nn.l U.I leir is sound and well John Speaker, CaUwbis U had live large fever sores on hut leg; doctor Due bottle ol saidis he was incurable. W . I. IA nVa Afirit Electric .l A. . C.Iha u rlC imier iinu wc ln iu.ivw cured him cuUrely. Sold bf A, R, Penny, druj- -- Speolmon Oasea. sae becaao Miss, sha clung to Castori. When she had Children, she gcvetbem CoxtorU. Wlum "" .. jtxj fck Mr. Ira P, Wetmure, a prominent real estate man. San Angelo, 'Ixis, hat used Cnamburlaln's Colic, Cholera and Dlarrhica Remedy In his family for several Years as occasion required, and always with perfect success lie says: "I Cod it a nerfrrt cure forourbabv when troubled with CO lie or dysentery. I novr feel that my outfit is not mw.mw tompieis wiiDDui s uutus ui iu, oron a trip away lorn home." Kor sale by Or. S. O. HocVer, druggist, Stanford. Kip, Calf andRubber Boots Men's Fine Shoes in Machine and Hand Sewed. Children s School Shoes. Ladies fine Kid Goods in welts and turns. rOOT WEAR Of Every Description. F. B. TWIDWELL. ' Huslonville, Ky. ' . i..j H. J. McROBERTS. ) .p "i - it ffi -- a- 'vrf ''"HP .1 ". &A ''n-n-iv'- T w.....i . IWI'Pfl111 "JIJ l' yrTigy nj i,nwPw1'iifPAM'yj"'"tl j " ,wwmi'M'J'ii'"j. Trtti JTMlMIMTMi I 1 (imkaalBZB IW ' Vi "'.' l kv r Interior Journal , V " NEWSY NOTES. ' FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. .semi-Week- ly (Stanford, Ky., December 25, 1894 i V W. P. WALTON. Another Christmas day ba dawned upon the earth, bringlnR with it Rlad- nesa and good cheer to millions of hearts. '! No matter how callous it aiay have be come, it is n stony beert indeed that does not warm up and beat faster on tho nn nual recurrence of this day of days, as it recalls the happy time when Santa O'laus was regarded as n living, breathing personality, omnipresent, omnipotent and of fabulous opulence, a fat nnd jolly old gentleman, who drove a team of reindeer to a sleigh filled with everything that childish heart could wish and which it cpuid get by bringing up a stocking 'near the chimney that be would descend on his rounds. It is one of the sweetest and moBt harmless delusions that childCould anything more hood enjoys. charmingly illustrato their abiding confidence and innocence as this stocking- banging and impatience for Christmas morning to come? And yet there are people so unutterably good as to think or rather claim, that it is wrong to encourage tho delusion. Hades is full, or will be, of such goo'd goody creatures. It can do no harm and the memory of it will linger lovingly as long as lifo shall last. What joy could the millions of little hearts have experienced this morning equal to that of awaking and finding their stockings rammed and crammed with what they most desired ? While commending and cherishing this innocent myth, we have nothing but ex. ecration for the other custom of celebrating the grandest event in the history of tha world by raising pandemonium and doing other heathenish deeds at variance the spirit and traditions of the day. Tho firing of bombs nnd other explosive may bs well enough for the 4th of July, but it is out of sense and reason to celebrate the natal day of the Savior of the world in Buch a way. It is strange too that while peace and good will should ani mate the hearts of every human being' the occasion should be embraced by the blood thirsty for deeds of vengeance and murder. May there bo a complete change in these things this glorious time and may thankfulness to God and brotherly love have full course and be glorified. Let ns not foriet that we are celebrating the birth of Ilim, who brought salvation to the world, a Savior which is OhriBt the Lord and join in the giad hosanna "Glory to God ic the highest and on earth peace, good will to men." Extending to each of our patrons, the paid up as well as the delinquent subscriber, the compliments of tho season and wishing them many returns of the day, we closj the volume of 1894, to begin a new and with fresh vigor, Jan. 1, 1895. 'I i s ft-- ; v I W Iff f I m r V r n i.' A npgro was lynched at New Orleans for firing into a crowd. Three men are said to bavo been killed iu a riot in Wilcox county, Ala. Citizens of Newmarket, Ind., applied torcb to tho only ealoon in town and the destroyed it. William Dulin and bis Bon wero fatally buruediby a gas explosion nt V. Va. a wreck on the London and In Northern railroad 19 persons were killed and CO wero seriously hurt. George Work, a prominent farmer near Louisville, was killed by a falling limb while felling some trees. Statues of Daniel Webster and Gen. 'John Stark were unvailed in Statutry Hall in tho Capitol at Washington. Tho boiler in Hearing's grist mill near Glasgow, exploded killing fivo men, one of whom was a bod of tho owner of tho mill. Capt. B. A. Tracy, a prominent citizen of Winchester, was struck on the head by a descending elevator and instantly killed. James Mack, colored, was given three years in the penitentiary at his trial at Lexington for stealing a horso, which he sold for 25 cents. John Hines struck Joo Latimer on tho bead with a bed slat, at Catlettsburgi killing him instantly. Thoy quarrelled over a game of craps. While playing around a bonfire at Bowling Green, 0., Frank Hazelman, was pushed into the flames by play mates and burned to death. Senator Quay has introduced a bill authorizing the expenditure of $1,000,000 for the purchase of a site on Columbia Heights for a President's residence. Rev. Ebenezer Todd, pastor of a Baptist church at Wichita, Knnsan, is in jail awaiting trial for assaulting Miss Delia Coffey, a 1G year-ol- d member of his Park-orsburg, -S- chool Is ouCat Laurel Seminary to-- f Rubenetein, 2:03, has won 22 heats day, tho 2 it h. at an averagu of 2:10. The Swiss cit'ZMis had a Christmns county comes to tho front with riko treo at their church Sunday. a hog that weighs u76 pounds. There will ln ChrlntmH trees at tho Cut Glass, 2:17, has been yraced two Methodist and Christian clrtirrhi-syears and hns nover mado a break. oven-lu- g Judge R. Boyd arrived W. H. Traylor bought of Silas hands with ''la and wn shaking 17 cattle averaging 093 pounds at way. many friends in his 3c. Pleasant Gregory found his threo J. T. Embry sold to Montie Fox, o old gelding for months old baby dead ii bed Sunday Danville, a three-yea- r morning. It was thought to have been $110. Anderson sold to W. II. Prow-it- accidentally smothered. Jobn The Londoti Dramatic Company Mill of Boyle, a small bunch of fat Bteers produce a splendid plty at the Jacksott at 2Jc. Dandy Jim trotted tho fastest beat Opera Houho during the holidays. The will not produru over trotted In Texas, whon ho wont In Knights of Pythias their play "D.iuion aud Pythias" until 2:14 at Houston. James Monroo Ler, the largest im- Feb. 21th. porter and brooder of jacks, died at his Any one who has children will reljtu with L KMulfotd.of l'lalnvile. N. J. llu little toy home near Paris. five years of age, was tick with cioup For two g a Bprlng Lexington will hold eight tried various oyi andby mendhe and neighbors mnrdlet rccom meeting, beginning April 20 aud mended lute thought sure wculd lie tayst "1I thought lot nun had icen Chambetl.in'i Cough Remedy dtf tilcontinuing eight davs. ed and thoucht I would try It ai a last hops Jos. Garret has sold tho great saddle and am happy to lay that alter two doiet he airpt gavo it to hi in next day and n until motninj; Sprat-lemare, Lou Ohiof No. 1142, to Jobn keep thi remedy lu the home cure wa effected. now and a oon as any of my children ahow ign of New York, for $2,500. ol croup l give it to idem anu mat iioe iai i P. W. Green sold to Moes & Rue, of It." o cent bottlea 3 and Danville, tho gray mare formerly owned Hooker, druggist Stanford for tale by Dr. S. G by George D. Hopper for $120. Anderson & Spllman bought thiB week 200 barrels of corn from Allen Kennedy nt $2 delivered. Advocate. e Chas. E Butler has sold his ono mile from this city, to Geo. W. farm, Wyatt, at $110 per acre. Paris Keutuck-ian- . . An-deraon old-tim- In the history of Stanford has such an opportunity been presented to tlw nnnlf? Cnmrnencinrr at once we shall offer such unheard of V.ll- ties as to make this week's sales a veritable harvest for the consumer. Remember c have promised you the greatest e t, CUT 4; -:- - SALE 3c; 8c; On record for this wcckand a few prices below will show you that we do not intend to disappoint you. Read carefully, you will be sure to find something mentioned thai you are in need of, as our stock is largie and assortment varied. run-nln- 1 1 y, 1 1 213-acr- DecendantB of 'tho American brod sires won $21,S70 of tho 873,000 paid out by tho German trotting associations this year. Tho 1st of January is about here. Those owing mo for horse or jack Bervice will please cousider tho situation. E. P. Woods. Ivory 6oap lr Floats ' )Cp FOR RENT. All Calicoes, Indigo blues, Simpson blacks and all best brands go good extra heavy unbleached Cotton at 3jC. Trion AAA flannel 4j4c yard; Apron check and dress heavy bleached canton all shades double width dress goods all shades ginghams half wool Henriettas I2jc; ladies' pure linen silk embroidered hand-chie5c each; ladies' all silk handsomely embroidered handkerchiefs All linen Damask napkins white and colored borders, combed 10c; fringe 35c dozen; elegant towel 5X2(3 in nice patterns colored borders only 20c pair; 36 inch long Turkish bath towels for same money. Men's underwear pood and warm only 45c suiL Don't forget to lay in a supply of our standard knitting yarn 25c lb. Men's unlaundcrcd shirts, don't (ail to sec them, at 25c. Same in, boys' sizes 20c. Men's-""-niij- ht robes; Eureka cotton handsome silk embroidered fronts extra length sec. fs Down Go THE Priees. 1 How, Is This For Shoes. Can any one undersell us ? They have never done it yet ? So here goes. Infants' Shoes at 20c; a pood heavy woman's shoe 50c; gentle-man- s nice dress shoe 90c; good heavy working shoe (or men Coc; full flock. Sis-son- s, 1 The report of Warden George give the gratifying information that the con yicts at Frankfort are nearly self support" ing. There were received during the year 561 prisoners, leaving after deducting discharges and deaths 1,150 within tho walls, Dec. 1, of whom 133 are Berv ing life sentences. Tho cost of feeding and clothing the prisoners was an average of 14 2 5 cents per day per convict. The net earnings of convict labor wpb J0,833.C0. which only lacks $80171 of feeding and clothing them for the year- An awful object lesson for prohibition is the statement that of the prisoners received during the year 429 claimed that they committed their crimes while drunk. This may or may not be true. Drunkenness is no excuse for crime, but it is often given as an excuse, and in a major, ity of the cases truthfully. ' h inorary member being notified of bis election as of the Young Men's Bradley Club at Louisville, Gov. McKin-ley- , of Ohio, acknowledged the honor a ad took occasion to pay Col. Bradley a high compliment and express his respect and admiration for him. And speaking of the gallant colonel the opposition, i there was opposition, to bis nomination for governor, is melting away and bis is the only namo heard now in connection with it. ON The nomination of Mr. Clark for1 U. S. 0 I district judge of Tennessee, was promptly confirmed, but it was recalled in order to investigate charges against him of unprofessional conduct, such as taking fees on both sides of a case, &c. Those who know him say that he is incapable of such acts and that the- - disproval of the charges will be an easy matter. A Sam county came near being mobbed by his hearers, who reconsidered and gave hiin a reasonable time to leave. He didn't take half of it, but standing not on the order of his going went at once to more congenial fields. Jones imitator down in Da-vieB- S 11 Tub Carlisle currency bill has been doctorod until its daddy hardly knows it. Tho prospect of any currency reform at this session has gone glimmering. Meanwhile tho gold reserve is dwindling and another sale of bonds will soon bo necessary. . Tubus were three killings in Kentucky Saturday night, a pretty fair start for tho II I. usual Christmas Blauahter. ington. while iu South Carolina. rrenident Cleveland raback in Wash- II h killed 50 ducks in ono day, The snowfall in tho vicinity of Cat., during the last fivo days measures 90 inches. The railroads are blockaded and many small buildings have collapsed. President Debs, of tbe A. R. U. has changed bis mind and decision to appeal from Judge Wood's decided. Tbe case will be carried to the United States Court. This has been the worst year for 20 years for railroad building. The total number of miles built is 10,19 1 8. Thirteen States, including, Kentucky, didn't build a mile. Recent gales have caused great loss of life in England, besides much damage to property. Many ships have been driven ashore, and 90 or 100 persons are reported dead. John Stanley and Clarence Cox were banged from the eame gallows at Tenn., Saturday, for murder ing an aged couple at Union City, Tennxl in February last. The Japanese have defeated 10,000 Chinese near New Ohwang, in what is deecribed as the fiercest fight of the war. The Chinese lost 500 killed or wounded and their assailants suffered soverely. China ban at last decided that it has been whipped enough, and will sue for peace. Two envoys havfl been detailed to go to Japan, and if an armistice can be arranged a halt will be called at once on the fighters. The work of testing the constitution ality of tho income tax is actually afoot. The aim is, if possible, to get a decision A.9. JTIUUIB BllllllJCU vai.wnu w. the Government goes to thti Tuesday night and trouble of putting the collection machin fatcattlb to Louisville Quest steer over one of them waB the ery in operation. shipped out of Hopkinsvillo. He weighJ. B. Gay, a school teacher at Picton, was raised by Ben Tex-isstarted to whip Wilmer Randolph ed 2,205 pounds and price paid for him by one of his scholars, when the boy stab- D. Moore. Tbe 5 ctr., or $110.25. New bed bira nnd ran t)ut. Gay then drow a Mr. Tribble was Era. The Bame Bteer brought $6 10 in knife and stabbed him as he went. Both tho Louisville market. fell and are badly wounded. A good crowd attended Lancaster State Srsasurer Halo, in an intercourt yesterday, but very little trading fiview on the condition of the State's wero about 50 cattlo nances, said the situation could be per- was done. Tbero market. Butcher cattle wero'dull manently relieve! only by legislative a- on tbe foeders brought 3 30. ctionan increase in the tax rate or a re- atSjcand a few Plug horses and mules were Blow at any duction in authorized expenditures. bought privately 20 A tramp walked into a bank at Tole- price. Dick;Gentry 3jcand22 1,350 pound do, O., and demanded money. Tbe do 121 pound hogs at mand was promptly refused when he cattle at 3.37J. produced a package he claimed was a OF A LOCAL NATURE. bomb and which ho threatened to ex. Richmond has 32 lawyers. plode if ho did not get money. The bank It is highly probable that another officers bustled bim out and on examinLauing tho packago an orange instead of a Swiss colony will be established in is in correrel county. Col. Johnson bomb was found. The real cause of Robt. Louis Steven- spondence with tho 8wies Government son's death in Samoa was excossive regarding tho advantages of tho country. Tho killing of her husband by Mrs- smoking of cigarettes. The novelist smoked from 100 to 150 a day, and when John A. Cox, at GrayB, turns out to be ho Btarted on a slow dulse to Samoa he a very bad case. The woman is in jail at carried 200 large boxes of cigarette pack- Barbonrville with her four children and ages with bim, and then fearing that bo it is said that tho chances are that she might run short, had a large reserve sup- will hang. James L. and ply of tobacco and paper. has been entered by Capt. J. O. Alcorn, who moved from this State to Suit Bryant, of the Second Regimont, K.S.G. MlflHlRBinnl in 1844. after holding several asking for a writ of mandamus to com- important offices, djed at JackBon, Thurs pel Gov. Brown to approve tho" pay roll day night. Ho was a relative oi tno ai of Capt. Bryant's company for services corns of this county. Tho injunction in tho Pinevillo ma1891. The while in camp of instrnctiou in suit is to test the the legal point involv- yoralty (fontest was dissolved by Judge ed, and nffocts the vovchers for tho en- Clark. Tho effect of this action is to pertire Second Regiment, amounting to mit tho finoville Council to cbooso a Mayor or recognize as Mayor Mr. HurEt, about $4,000. Judge Lurton has appointed Gov. who was elected by part of tho Council. Turnoy a Special Commissioner to sell The announcement of tho official certain stock of tho Cincinnati Southern, Texas shows an overwholmirg and Alabama Great Southern railway to vote in malorltv in favor of the two constitution satisfy a judgment for $450,000. The sale proposed. Ono of these will cause a sharp contest between tho al amendments authorizes tho Legislature to expend any Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton and Bum to S100.000 a VBar in aid of a homo the Southern Railway Company for pos for Confederate BoldierH and sailors. Tho session of the 6tock and control of tun other makes elective oincers oi mo ltau-roa- d Queen and Crescent. Oommisdloneis. Su-pruMay-nordavil- Joe A. Cohen shipped threo carloads of 250 pound hogs to Cincinnati yesterday that ho bought at 3J to 4c Woodford Sun. Three of the get of Shadeland On. ward have an average record of 2:07J They are Online,. 2:04; Ontonian, 2:07J and Fred K., 2:09J. John Cook boupht of Dr. J. t, l'ev. ton a harness gelding for $110. He iB shaping up a half dozen or moro hones for the Danville sale. BEST POK SHIRTS. Carpenter Bros, bought in Western THE PnCCTCR ft OAMBLX CO. ONTL Kentucky 150 steers averaging about pounds, at 3 15. Theso cattle will be fed at Saffell's distillery. Anderson News. A car load of race horses belonging The Rodemcr place at KowUnd, Ky. Good to George Hays' of Fayette, were eith er dwelling and 104 aire ol fine land. I'oiteiticn killed outright or badly injured In a given Jan. 1, 1895. J. S'. OWSLEY. Jr., 80 if Blanlord, Ky. freight collision at Pulaski, on the Cincinnati Southern. MISS LOU ELLIOTT, M. F. Elkin bouaht of R. G. Collier a a lot of fat hogs, 250 pounds at 3J; and lot of Dwight Root at samo price. He beeves of also bought soruo STANFORD, KY. Worley at 3 10. H. F. (P.O. BOX 161.) Mrs. John Logan this, fall sold 44 Dra. L'alley, Peyton and CarItKrKXKMCfi: turkeys for $58.00, a record hard to beat. penter. 81 It Brock &. Reilsback shipped Wednesday a car load of hogs, which wero bought nt 3.40 to f3 60. and a car load of butch er cattle which cost about 2Jcta. Win A Nice Fire-ProBrick Store-Rooi- rt Democrat. chester at South Somerset, Hon. John S. Owelov. Sr., who took t for GenM Ftirnlihlng Ilett location mulea to At gcodsorany In of two year-ol- d a Je tiumrt where a cash trade i Dr. mrcd. Addreti Pcrkio & Kedduh, or call on lanta, has returned. He lounu it almost lleddlih on Pf So . preroitrr, botneraet, Ky. impossible to dispose of them, so had to leave them in the hanils oi a commis I sion man. It taken a mignty goou muie he Bays, to bring $75, prices being off All perioni having clatmi agiintt A. It. Frcny fully $15 from last season. will them properly proveu to me at once, 1,-1- 00 stock, solid leather boot, at Si 25. Our clothing stock is the largest and most complete in Central Kentucky and is one continuous bargain. through the entire line. : LOUISVILLE , : STORE, 7STZ., . , STAJNTOHD, . Branch Stores. A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor T. D. RANEY. Manager. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, 'jBardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthtana, v Virsaillcs, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. At These Prices and Then Decide Where to Huy Your Christmas Goods. 23 25 25 25 1 LOOK! ; .' ? 1,100-poun- d 20 pounds Granulated Sugar " Light Brown Sugar " Stanford No. 1 Flour $ 1 00 00 47 FOE, .RENT. oi Son-crM- 3 Stanford Fancy Family Flour ' Stanford Uclle of Lincoln Flour package Arbuckles, 4X or Lyon's Coffee pound cans California Apiicots i " z A..1 39 22 ii ii car-loa- d -- ii 1TOTICE and thotc otvuii; the citatn aro eat neeti v request OHO. 1.. PENNY, Kaor , ed to ellle. 81 td .'tacfsrd, Ky, priucnt Bank Stools for Sale. Ai Executor of Mri, S. M. Newlard, rlecM. 1 will, on County Court Day, MOMDAY, JAN. 14, IOOC, In front of the Court Houac ,dot.r in Stanford, , Best Citron. " Best London Layer Raisins " Best Dates " Best California Prunes.... 3 .' " Stick Candy 2 j " Nice Mixed Candy " Mixed Nuts 2 .'. 1 Dozen Large Oranges " Lemons 1 J " 1 1 " " reaches " Nice Table Peaches " Pic Peaches " Nice Apples ,., ,.;... 20 15 15 jq in ic 10 35 M 25 ; 15 10 25 I Xjclllillltle? J I IJQCS kjul CllllCSf ky , expose to public itle , Bushel Bolted Meal WMIStMlliMSllilMMSIIIMStlMMtt tatttfatt : 20 15 JO 2C 5c 20lSbares of Stock in tho First National Bank of Stanford. ;. Slid ExecutorofMn. And lot; of other Bargains too numerous to mention. " ! .A- - jS c.M.MASON, Newland. CALL : AND : BE CONVINCED in TO THE CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. The New That wc sell goods Cheaper than any other house of Xmas goods, dolls and toys. the city. Lots E. L. EEIITHABT'S Cheap Store, On Depot Street, Below Carpenter House, Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., ol Mill, THK IlLUK-GHAS- S Stanford, Ky; HKRD OK In full operation, and Invite the atlenllcn tbe bulldera of Lincoln county to its material, tuperior worknmnihip and low pricci. Note It now Duroc Jersey Red SWine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Stock-- , SOME OF OUR PRICES: Perfectly clear poplar or yellnw pine flooring at ipei hundred. Al low ai $1 50 per hundred.' Perfectly clear yellow poplar weather boarding at 81.50 per hundied. Aa low ai Ji jo per hundied. Allpatterna and thlcknetiei of Ceiling In yellow piue. poplar, chcitnut and ash, aa low as 81 as per hundred. Double dressed lumber as low hi )j per hundred. Ueautiful vellow pine finishing lumbr, quarter oak, &c. Save money by giving us your orders. THE LANCASTER PLANING MILI , Lancaster, Ky. 73 6m l"igs foi sale from the best types cf Rtgiiterd ilreeders secured from the beat herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited. Ex-Go- v. JOHN H. KIRBY, HTSTJH A1TCE ACBNT STANFORD, And TORNADO, Temporary office at D. W. VanJtveer's store. LAND & STOCK FOR FIRE, LIFE. MCCIDES1 ! PUBLIC SALE OF will irll to the hieheit and belt bidder at our place t mile Irom Turnenville on the McKln uu ney, Knou l.ick ot W Saturday, Dec 29, 1894, Our Farm of SIXTY ACKKS, on which there it ana ail neccsiary uuiuuiiunigi, a good dwelling najBMinrhtfWtil ..At.! anil nvtnieilt to l. tchoole. aoacreaalreadyin wheat, chnrchfsand . -- -.find .m n4M. n A ti4iarifi. In rtiltivBtlnn young orchard .and abundance of water wA.lr X1ul. m Smithilnwrn twtl ir. .1.1. .nil 3 milk cows, 3 pood mares, a sows and pigs and a good lot of farming inip.on.ents consisting of wag- 11 itwiu. !";, , -- f$kcs FALL-:-;ANI .....,.:.... wajraipw lmmWW4.& .. fl.6.R0PLEY,-6- . ,t ,HV Is lEoceiving His D -:- - cash, balance in t and a On personalty. 6 imii. enual carments. Negotiable notes, mouth's payable time without interest. 1 EKMS.-- Oit land, In rimers HanK .rnstco WINTER -:- - GOODS. call. Sotd McKinuey, Ky. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me fv "Tn 4 !& 1!,T' w.1-- .. P Lf . - W "JL mi-Wee- Interior Journal Nkw whlto kid ellppora at Sovorance A OyKit gaiters for lad'es rit Severance Son. SjiO & 8rAFORD, Kv., Dr.cnMiiai26, 1894 nt this ollico. FoiiRknt. The I'ink Cottage, Apply Cca line is Hi u tiutsi m the county E. C. Walton, Business Manager Danks, the Jeweler's. ft PERSONAL POINTS. PvL.O. JJohlby Tb up from Catnp-belMl- U Titans remains hut two inoro days for you to get bargains at B. F. Jones & Bio reduction on everything in our Son's store, nnd if you are as wise as the line for tho balanco of tho holidays. bee you will improve each shining hour. .. Danks, tho jeweler1. m Fink China will now be sold at cost, at and our prices were never so low. Dunko, 4 tho jeweler. MiuSiPi Saltkh, of Lexington, Is at Mr. M. FTKlkinV.. Mrs. rnn:Ti.Y, of Glapj;ow, is visiting Mrs. K. P. WoocIb. Mi, F. M. Anblky, road master of the L. & N., was hero yesterday. Mwflim. W. 1). Staoo and A. P. Younjr, of 0Bey, wuro here Sunday. Miss Maud Sraiud, of dominie, is Miea Kllzaboth Menefeu. Mips Dora Sthauh came on yesterday's train to spend Xniaa at homo. Mlwfl Uattik Kli.is, of Eminence, is vhitinK Hov. and Mm. W. . Mka UtUN TiiuitMONnisupfrom liar-dicounty tospond tho Christmas. Mr. Giokii V.Tniiini.E, of Springfield, Mo., is visiting his sou, Mr. W. A. Trlb-blvia-lU- Gkt your Xmas presents stock. Reduction on Danks, the jeweler. our everything at from Wk expect to move to tho houso occupied by Mr. Mack lluirman, January 1, and will move everything in our Btock Times may bo hard hut the vonders of Christmas trix tell ub their sales exceed those of a year ago. Tub weather has continued warm and ... T , clear till yestorday when showers were Over Gaiters. . predicts threatened. Tho signal service Fino Underwear. u fair Christmas day. . . A pair of Waukcnpliost Shoes Mr. K. II. Bkazlky aays the prospect Collars, v has made an assignment, in for a full houso at his declamatory conwere united in marriage. Tabic Linens, Night Shirts. tho fact that wo recently published on Virgil Winters, of Chillicothe, O., test, Thursday night, 27th, is very fino. Manager Wtu. Chesterfield's statement Reserved seats on sitle at McllaberuV nt that it had cleared 35 per cent this sea- was run over aud killed by a train while US. CALL AND going to tho home of his intended to be 60c. son. Somebody made a big mistake. Dr. married. o day Ed Alcorn is assignee. Q o It looked very much liku court Mrs. Edna Craycraft, of Robertson In town yesterday, except for tho. fact polcounty, took 'Rough on Rats' when her Tub pennywtse and pound foolish Dr. J. Uaixeck Ballou has rented tho that so many Indies wero on streets. Tbo icy that seems to prevail at tho water sweetheart went back on her, but the i brick homo belonging to Dr. W. N. stores did a good Christmas Kvo btul-es- works is destined to get botlUuein and doctors saved her with their stomach Crl.v , JB tho town in trouble. Every piece of ma- pumps. Mr. WflL. Kyanh and wife aro spendMies Lucilo Gruber. of Toledo. 0 , Tits regular election for oflicera of Lin- chinery that can bo duplicated, except ing Christinas with her mother at -: coln Lodge No. 0), A. Y. M. will be at great cost, should be kept and wo has filed a suit for $75,000 damages for should bo spared in tho future the breach of promise of marriage against 1:30 v. M., Dec. 27. The members MitBM Bkllb Denny, Mattio and Dol-li- e held at of two nights in darkness and Roswoll Messinger, a young man who will please observe nnd govern themAlcorn are homo from thu Oxford, 0., accordingly. II. J. Darst, Wor- nearly a day without water, especially recently fell heir to 1 100,000. It is kind selves Seminary. bIiico wo have to pay for them. Accidents in her not to try to take it nil. " . D?W. N. Ouaio has laid asido tho shipful Master. Wc expect to move the 1st of Jangary to the house occupied are liable to happen in tho best regulasawbones for a few days and is enjoying CHURCHAFFAIRS. Tub Preshyteiian Young Ladies' Mis ted Unit les, but they can bo reduced to Mack Huffman and will make the effort of our lives to sell all a visit hero. slonary Society will give a missionary tea tho minimum in water work by the the goods we possibly can before tdattimc. Relief to strained pockPaint Lick, Garrard county, has IS Mips Lucillk Mknifrb, Emily Alor-aud- at the Presbyterian church, Wednesday prope' foresight and expenditure. The young men who are studying for the et books will be our motto. We will sell more goods for the same and Allio Uuttla aruup from Lynn-lan- evening, :20th, at 8 o'clock. There will tstopjugt) of water might have caused a money now than was ever sold for the same money in our city. Wc ministry. College. be no admission fee charged, but any at the Holler Mill had Rev. J. W. Fitch closed this week a want to carry as few goods with us as possible and low prices is Prior. W. O. Lackky, of Ellzubeth-- r contribution will be gladly received. not tho emtineer been very watchful and very successful meeting at Pleasurevillo, . town, is with his parents, lion, and Mrs. tho failure of lights without notification which resulted in 33 additions to the Xancy Find, au old colored woman put people to untold G. A. Lackey. trouble. Let us Mas. K. P. Owsley ami Mnttio INyc, who lives on the creek near tho bridge have what we pay tor, or at least notlco church. Winchester Democrat. Tbo Pope has again forbidden mem We shall offer. We want to sell every Cloak and every Overcoat we of Columbus, Ga , aro visiting Mrs. Kit on tho Hustonvlllu pike, has lost a bus that wo are to be deprived of it. bers of the Catholic church to join secret have and will make pricerdo it if possible. Our men's, boys', youths' bund and nine children within tho last Itnrnaldo. . . tie Mr, A. T. XcNNtLLEY is hero from year and a half. The last death wus that Killkd. Another Jtowzio has died societies, a decree emphasizing this in Clothing shall be cut to suit your pocket Novelty dress goods, broad Texas to spend the holidays, as fat and of a daughter a lew daya ago of consump- with his boots on, tho way most of the terdiction having just been promulgated. cloths, Henriettas, figured and plain black Dress goods, ladies' cloths Wo are sorry to record the fact that brothers havo gone. At Junction City as Jolly as ever. tion. everything in that line must go. Men's underwear 20c to $1.25: Bro. O. S. Lucas, pastor of First Chris- and Saturday afternoon, Cago Kowzie, after Mr. and Mks. Willis Adamp, of Mt. ii7 The I.ntbriok Journal inbibing freely, bought n lantern and tian Church, of Alleghany, is again dis- ladies' vests toctoSi; boys' underwear 25c to Si; ladies' godolashoes What is Vernon, were hero buying Christmas $1.25; our French kid shoes $2 to $2 75; we offer the best man's boot Bays that the boys of Stanford aro ar- went around holding goods yesterday. it in people's faces abled. ie has recently undergoue a ever offered at Si. 2 5 to Si. 50. 'Besides all these we have a big line of ranging a hop for Christmas night and making them tell surgical operation for abscess on Mh. II. I Gexr, who is engineer on a their names. He critical we do not want to move. for Christmas that import uirls to dance. , scared several almost into spasms and at the brain with assurance of recovery in goods road out of Chicago, is with his parents, and will have to Sleigh Lap Robes, Fur Rugs, .ladies', misses' and children's Muffe, You can't get any from Falmouth. timo, which we earnestly pray may be last Marshal Frank Ellis went to him Cspt. and Mrs. Win. Geer. wn have a different name for dancTablb Covers, Towels, Napkins and Dining Sets, Lace Bed Sets, Missies Katik ALCOK.vand Annie with a warrant and told him ho was un- realized. Penn Disciplo. ing down h;ro. Democrat. The Christian church has now called Lace Curtains, Draperies, Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear; Kngletnan are up from Nashville, der arrest. "You can't arrest me," the that excellent preacher, Rev. W. E. El Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Fascinators, Gloves, samples of Carpets in enjoying the season at homo. Somb Bcoitndrel "tolo Mrs. Suo Singlo-toti- 's man replied and at tho same time thrust B." and "P. D." Corsets and everything in the lis, for an indefinite time, and everybody 1 yard pieces, Mr. W. II. Wkauin has rented Mrs bay mare, the only horse bIio had, his hand in his pistol pocket. He bad who knows bim is glad. The church you can get at Kato Hays' property on Main Btreet and and she is in much trouble The mare tne weapon nearly out, when Elllis seewas packed Sunday morning as evidence will move in about Jan. 1st. has a knot on her left hind foot and an- ing his danger let go a bullet into his D. B, Edmibton wbb hero yester- other under tho chin. Sho is not able to breast, which felled him to tbo earth. of it and ho did not Bend them away Mr. day for the time sinco spring. Dr. J. F. pay for her recovery, but she will bo Even then Kowzie attempted to raise his empty. He always gives hia bearers something to think about. Cooper, of Livingston, was alao here. grateful for any information that may pistol and shoot, but Ellis shot him again Wc want to move as few goods as possible. With your help we hope and a third time; all in tho region of the Mr. akd Mas. John 8am Owblky, Jr., lead to getting her. to have very few to move. Come and see for yourself. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. . breast, and a tempestuous lilo was ended. wont to Franklin Saturday to spend tho Tub editor and bis force aro tired and A son of Cage attempted to go tho body( holidays with Mrs. Owsloy'a parents. e Wtgon, MrssRa.JoR Skvbranci:, Jr., Klchard we Bupposo our readers aro tired also, so but Ellis prevented him and putting him CAD OAT D Kaitbank Scalei that OiljU. wlnhlog to purchasenearly and Will Hocker and Kirhard Bnsh am we are Roing to take & rest and give under arrest, lodged him in jail. He draw 4,000 lbi. Those new, will over from Lexington to enjoy the festal them ono by missing the next Issue. We then gave himself up and was put under please call on me at Stanford. John S. niedioe ahall beonhand attain Jan. 1, vultlin stout guard. season. Ellis will have his examining trial CoCk. Polk heart and a steady determination to glvo Mr. G. K. Johnson, son of x.fef- Wednesday. It is reported-tha- t Cage Johnron, wasihero Bering after boiiio re our patrons a better paper in 18'J5 than (or I will give aud had killed a man or two himself, but we conviction of the above reward broke the arrest store into my the thieves who cont thefts on tho L. & 2s of which ho is ever btfore, could not learn how true it is. He had in Stanford on the night ol Dec. aid. ) S&5B ?! ?& Xjj l special agent. S . S. II. SHANKS Mr. M. F. Elkin, who got up tho Mac had many scrapes in his lifo and Tns a Prop. J. M. IlciitMitn left Saturday Thanking you for your trade, we Still Sell eabee lodge at Lancaster, was paid a high very bad man when in his cups. There night to vleitjhis pons, Ernest and Kit Compliment on life work as an organizer was a large family of them, but wo gene, who aro in n leading banking by Supreme Commander, D. P. Markey, all have been killed save one. houso at St. who was hero last week. Mr. Matkey Mib'h Mary Holmks I.uhc took the ft Thk Maccabees were in high feather also btated that Mr. Elkin could get a Lancaster, where train permanent position with tho Maccabees Thursday night. They had the supreme And Everything in our line at the Lowest Prices. she will apend tho holidays Mr. Leslio It commander of tho world and tho suhe eo desires. M. Hcld(acLompankd her this far. preme chaplain as their guests and kept MiAsia Sub, Annlo Hello ntul Bessie Sc.s Time. On Sunday, tho 10th, Mr. open house iu their honor and for tho Woods aro over from MillersburgCollepo Robert Fenzel, who has charge of tho benefit of their friends in Stanford. The Bookseller and Druggist. to spend tho holldaya with their parents, click on tho changed It from Opera Houso was filled with people to Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Woods. sqiar to standard time, but tho mots back hear Hon. D. P. Markey expatiate on v Misses Sithik Hhinkley, Calla Ilix and truaistrates met Saturday and ordered the beauties and advantages of member Katharine Waddell, three of Somerset's tint it be set up to solar time again, ship in tho Maccabees and they wero re' most charming young ladies aro vialtinc wlich is 20 minutes faster. John Bailey paid for their timo. Tho oxercises behere, tho former, the Miases Menefee, moved that tho clock be turned over to gan with an invocation of Divine blessaid tho latter, Miss Suo Willio Halo. tht town to keep in repair and run us it ing by Rev. A. V. Sizemoro. The StanA Mn. 8. It. Kennedy, who has been setto tit, which should have carried, but ford orchestra gave ft selection and then Mr. John Sam Owsley, Jr., In a few wt U mister of trains on tho 0. andX. railroad it tlidu't. flvo yenm, has resigned that pofor over chosen words extended a pleasant wel Buy now for the Holidays. liiK College closed for the hollidaya sition. Mr. Kennedy has been in Texas come to the audionco. A solo by that Buy with the Cash. You make the time clear by getting more recital, in which for three weeks, and has secured n vory with a pleasant littlo charming vocalist, Miss Mary Cowen, pupils took goods for your money. , lucrative railroad position out thoro nnd all tlie music nnd elocution followed, which was pronounced by judgpart' and acquitted themselves most cred- es Store is the place to buy good designs and get The Cash Furniture will leavo his old Kentucky homo foe to bo ono of tho finest efforts ever Or any article in itably to themselvcfl and to their teachbig bargains the West. Owensboro Inquirer. heard hero. Sho was loudly encored Hughes. As there The Falkland Islands Gazette of Oct. ers, Misses Cowon and and responded in another beautiful sewere'32 numbers on the program, our lection, 11, has this personal: His.Kxcollency the uhairman A. J. Erp thon in. ! a notice of each Opposite the St. Asaph Administrator has this day beon pleased spaco will not permit troduced Supromo Commander D. P to to recognlzo John Harris Miller, Enquire, performer, and it would bo invidious Markey, who for un hour told of the ca did bo well. Tho as Consul at Stanley, for the United particularize when each blessings of beneficiary societies in gen-oro closed with a solo by Miea States of America. By Command, entertainment and tho Maccabees iu particular. overybody away Charles W. Hill, Acting Colonial Secro Cowen, which sent cs p. The growth of the order has been ho went. tary. Colonial Secretary's Onlce, lth Oc with a feeling of gladness that largely exceeding any other of n t)ber. tho 32 bonoficlBry societies, and having 1 was en0 Tub storo of Mr. S. II. Shanks now a membership of 175,000. It pays CITY AND VICINITY. tered by thieves Saturday night, who got out about $4,000,000 annually in insurconSeverance away with at least f200 worth of goods. ance, of which it furnishes thocheaptBt My stock cf Millinery and No tlons is kept Read our list in big "ad stantly complete by weekly pi rchnesand j(u was eflected.by raising the bolt Eotrance A Son. 73 known, it requiring less than 1 a month can always find what you want I luvi'e you lo if 13 3 P O of tho collar door with n wire, and then to carry $2,000. Ordinarily statistics and call and inspect a 3 3 era HowisthiH for r present. A Down boring a hole in tho door of the cellar -.MISS LICCIE BKAZLEY, re figures aro mighty dry and tiresome to Suniorl,K.y. comfort at 2.00 and $4.85. Severance & steps largo enough to insert tho hand and n 3 listen to, but tho speaker relieved them X Son. pull out tho bar that holds it down. For- by an occasional well told anecdoto nnd 3 c 11 o d Mr, Shanks bad removed overy kopt up tho interest throughout. Ono Fon Rent. My largo new dwelling on tunately in Z, erg. re money from the drawer, but tho A mof tire ol the stockholders of the Fanners re o- beauty of a policy in tho order is tho Upper Main Btreet. Eight rooaiB. 8. P. cent of ? Ilauk and Trust Co. will be held at their banking way they took ofr ovorcoats, shoes, hots, quick time in which it is paid after notirt Stagg. house in Stsntord on the first Wednesday in Jan. uary, 189;, bolts of cotton, Ac., Bhowed that tho o of death, not over u week elaps- to serve thefor the purpose of electing 11 Directors ensuing year Fon Salk ok Rknt. My houso and 11 Bcamps must havo had a teanj to haul fication p J.B OWSLEY, Cashier ing as a general thing aud as proved in aero lot on Danville pike. Mie. Fannie thorn away. The store was greatly torn tho case of Sir Knight Wm. Moutray Dunn. O C cL to pieces, goods being scattered bolter here. At thu cloe- of tho lecture, Miss Ft .. aBiE flBMvKT iJFfTTrv any Bkelter in grea confusion. There ia no Nora Moreland Bang a solo in her moi-- t Toys and candles cbenpVr thnn " -- tfS A meeting o( the stockholders of the National tt n JV cj era flEflBrff jjEwB Bit DBoffISir n houso in town. If you don't holiovo it clew to tho thieves, but as tho job was captivating manner nnd the audience Ilauk of Hustonville will bo held at tbeir banking house in Hustonville on the second Tuescayin " evidently dono by thoso fully try me. R. Zimmer. January, 189s, lor the purpose of electing nine Didispersed, after benediction by Mr. 9? ensuUi; year, between 9 and tho room, thore aro hopes with 3 Tho lodge hero now numbers rectors to serve the O la o'clock, a. m. For Rent. Houeu nnd premises on that they may yot be apprehended. W. HOCKER, Cashier. 30 members andjs in a most flourre J about o Danvlllo Avenue, now occupied by J. This ia tho Becond timo Mr. Shanks ishing condition. M. Carter. Apply to Judgo Vernon. has euireredlfroin thieves in two years rr m 3 Miss Mary Varnon. 3 Tho killing of n prominent farmer ho is getting, pretty tired of it. In and A minting of tho stockholders ol the Kirst 3vj offers a reward of $50 of Brooks county, in Southern Georgia, tional bank of Stanford will be held at their Na- g Ovuu 300 invitations have boon issued another coluip ho n of the house on the second Tuesday injanuary, 1895, is reported to have caused a conflict in to thu entertainment of tho J. G. nnd B's for tho rrest und conviction lor the purpose ot electing 11 Diretors lor the to leave nothing which soven negroes wore shot to doath, ensuing year. and is ging at Mr. J. N. Menefeo'e, Christinas even3 p JOHN J. McROnEKTS, Cashier, and a race war seeina iminont. to bring them to punishment. ing and a royal time is anticipated. " Mulls, Silk Handkerchiefs t Mufflers, 9 t v Wk aro to have another bloodhound, claims, tho court shut up shop forever. Fine Shoes, Under tho now order of things only four jru-- s i luiuiii-- , Messrs. S. II. aud M. 8. Baughman,T. D. Newland and others having made up a magistrates will compose tho new court, Silks for Waists. puree- with which to buy ouo. Col. Huff against 10 now. Hamburg, Dudderar will keep him with his and Pocket Hooks. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. train them both. Card Cases, Sunday at Mr. Jonathan Singleton's, Eider Down Comfort, Tub Kings Mountain Canning Compa- Miss Julia Singleton and Mr. G. W. Sims Towels, ny faco of by that ti.no. Head nur ad. and then come and seo us. Hughes & Tate. final mcctingSaturdav tho magistrates failed to adopt any of the plaus for road working nrmed by tbo last Leu islaturo, so it will devolve upon tho now fiscal court to do so. Sheriff Menefeo'a delinquent list of 705 names wfcs allowed and sold to him for S 10. Judgo Yarnon vtrm allowed $00 additional for making settlements and S. M. Owons was given thu balance of his claim of $09.60, which was rejected at the last meeting. An order was made to pay J. S. Owsleyj Jr , $125, to supplement his pay as Commonwealth's attorney. J, B. Paxton was appointed to s'ottle with tho sheriff, nnd after the passage of a number of minor At their A XMAS For Ladies. Ladies' Mackintoshes. Ladies' Fine Shoes. . Fascinators. Gloves, Silk nnd Woolen. 1 For Gentlemen. Fino Shoes. Fino Suspenders. Fino Half Hose. Ties. Fino Linen Handkerchiefs Mufflers. PRESENT o . Cloaks. - ,. ; 1 i' J j! t -- niAVOa Silk Hnnillcnrnlilofa Hats, Sllirts, Cuffs. ' W i s, 'Down Comforts, ' p... . f, m . ! E". n SEE - o. SUVJUmAJTOU 8 & SCDN s. COI.IOSX -:- Hun-toHvlll- e. co XMAS SUE ! ! by-Mr- v er d boiler-explosio- The GREAT MAGNET Bo-Bid- Hro-nau- the'J. m rU Onea-hrn- HUGHES & TATE. $50 BEWABD. m m 'wwfmm. t &'! S-X- bo-lie- r fit : Cost. DRUCS AsUD Watehes, Jewelry, Silverware BOOKS, . .,. W. B. McROBERTS, court-houp- o, Till January WHEN TO BUY, HOW TO BUY, WHERE TO BUY. W. W. WITHERS, al pho-nomin- al, 1 G.L. PENNY, Exr. TO THE LADIES $ ' 1' z c Stockholder Meeting. o 0 z o en m - Stockholders Meeting. rriTresB I 2 g Sizo-mor- 3g y e. ... Stockholders' Meeting. 2 bank-lu- rus-caun-do- ls . ijpniiiupt "w" vj'.M", -- ;' .. w--r- -v "i "... .'- - - - . , - , - - f t ' WTT-V- ' ' t i S!W il IB . t- v ' ... " vj6HHaWeEKLY INTER108 ttablksfeed A . JOORNW fri- - FADLEY'S CHRISTMAS GIFTS. .j. or rent They are on M.ln tnr;;t, in the priticlpsl Mrs ,M..I.MlhLK,U,b'anford. block 75 STORE ROOMS! I Kn0 V ' 0.Jj,rrtUlTT , We now hsve a lull line ol vry.rHe8dRyJ'and Friday sepal aa.BO 1 Ill KKA'K 11. WKLUII. 9e 3?:kk. ybab ry ADVAygm ag-yhtfi- et be charged h,f 6 0B8 K.C. PAGES. VlVnrt'X' 1 When necessary. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 a. J legions of preL. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. cious memories Wl from the qj I37P Mail train going Ne rth..., South., ,...tj pa past and crowns the I uturo with a nalo .... t S P JCxpMts train" South...... jjoldcn, cheery promises. Outirom ,...M.......3Jra of shadow), " Nefrth...... IB como the festive times the Freight North....... .....9307pm Local j South... when Santa Clans was a verity, with The Utter trains alto carry patiengtrt. his fat paunch and great, rosy cheeks; The abore if calculated on itandard time. Solai when, on awaking, 6tockings filled to , I ma it about to minute faster. bursting greeted the eye, and at evenQUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. tide the Hashing Christmas tree fairly fct Train naves Rowland at s!oi. m. in., returning Aft i J? El HE dcur tvord, Christina i. vj ......." -l..iLn iltw at fft1 laughed its batisfaetion at the joyous Norm Ootne)iA.ri iraint p starts 6 m. w.tihitte j""""" a. " vet" gladness it was diffusing all around. Day of the children! An infantino p. m. Local j:io p. m. JFlorida Limited ttbme laugh is the diviuest of songs in tho iS p. m. Florida 8outhN O. Vostibule is s car of the Christ, who was once a helpT.(,iti.'rti.ra- - Local it:ss p. m. Vettibule arflvct3.40P. m. less babo, His only shelter a mother's ... .a -- Blue-Urat- loving breast. The took littlo ones in His arms and blessed them, declaring that all must bo ns they in trust and innocence, if they would bo friend. heirs to His everlasting kingdom. g Not daring to trust a messenger with Day of and when the loved ones meet tho presents for fear of some mistake and unselfishly live in tho pleasure Fadley started out hlmeolf to dolivor each of tho other. Tender affection them. First ho enlled at Harey's banishes self and man lives in touch honse, timingihis call sons not to catch with his fellow, glorified of the divine, his friend at home. With his friend's benediction of love. Ho is nearest to mother he intrusted the package, she divlulty who gets farthest from self, promising that it should not bo open and tho gifts of Chrlstmas-tidare so psred with until Harvey many pledges of disinterested esteem Jftsofafely for the recipients. A time is this when A care rolls away like a scroll in tho fire, r?! and mirth and good will become tho I fc?V genii of tho household. A cream of tarter baking pow? . WG1 i Er&a-J- S r.i der. Highest of all , in leavening Love and joy cross tho threshold and it kiss one another, as they pronounce a United States blessing upon all beneath tho roof. strength. Latest Government Food Report. Pcaco covers the dear ones ns a mangladness so nbounds that it is tle, EOYALBAKING.'POWDER 00., tho and of all dayb throughout tho day metes and bounds of Christendom. 106 Wall Street, New York. Christmas of sleigh-bell- s and crystal snow, Christmas of warmth and flowA. S. PRICE. girdles tho ers, for the Christ-da- j SURGEON DENTIST earth and embraces all climates and thank OSice over McRobsrtt Drug JStore in the new all nations, and everywhere, Man-Christ Young Mr. Fadlojf was in a worry, ne had somo Christmas presents to buy, and what to got was what worried him. First and foromost, there was Miss Damon, upon whom ho was anxious to crcato an impression sho must havo something appropriate and elegant, whether anybody else got anything or not. Then thero was his bosom friend and constant compauion Hnrvoy, a good fellow who had placed him under obligation times without number htm ho could not forget. This being tho case, Fndloy started out to rummage tho stores. lie overhauled all the leading shops in town, and by Christmas Evo had collected what ho thought was a pretty sensible lot of presents for an amateur Santa Clans to get together. For the lady of his choice he had n handsome toilet outfit of combs, brushes, powder puffs and boxes, mantQuro implements, hand mirrors, and no end of other elegant articles for feminine use. Theso were all iuclosid in an elaborately and inlaid cuso which was neatly wrapped and all ready to be sent to the intended recipient. For his friend Harvey ho had an elegant shaving set, consisting of razors, brushes, cups, hones, etc., done up in a substantial case which was also ready to bo dispatched to the home of his cd Lffl'w BY CHARLES Eb'GEtfC BANKS. FOR BENT. . Apply o r - it oingK, r...f...l omniumf ..' oca.ttwra u j. 63-1- 1 General : Merc&affdlse. Tact To T3ao Xiiidias I ' Al.ilie Lowest rriccs, And would ctll'tb attention ol Udlttto the that Mrs O 11 Pruitt It selling the latest ttylct in MJjJ ; Atmyttofe ycu vrdl find one ol he finest tlocksofMnilmry and Embroidery Material ever they can be boucht elitrvlierc. brouBht to Stanford. lhae paid cath for ray goodt Chiapr tluti j'louuce same vii. j. and sell thtm lor cih, to low that you wdl le forced to buy irom me. An examination will vince you and you aie invilt'Vto make It. MK&. con- Millinsry Good, RING .V , Wanted, 100 Barrolsof Oorrt PKOlTT, fr k ft iipthlehem. Thorny tho path Ho trod, Mournfully hojvy the orojt Ho boro, Heir to tlio wisdom of Qod. Mournfully heavy the crow Ho horo, llrokcn anil stoop the way, of jxila, Dearer Ills mosautro Lltfbt of the world y. Dearer Ills monoid boeatno of ruin. Ltko by its llko cortmctl, Urnciuus rs rain to tho plain. Millions thoso to.irs havo bloat. plain Gracious as rain to tho Turning tho dull earth bright, Truth Is In blossom bocvuso of Illm, Klnc fa tha Child of Light. Trutb.Ua.ln bloioom becauso of Hlrn, Sla J trrowa old aud gray. Weleoroo tho gladness of dolnc cood, Welcome tho gontler way. o to-dasun-drlo- d 1 tt m5$? i ia-y ' fc.i:jilr&wg&I i!MtTUK:s v . ti tjutit, ii"7tj A.A McKIXNEY. MoroUnd, Kr T "a24i;Av'i:fi TO TEEE LADIES. I dotire to call your atteutlon to the fact that I am rrady toteive you In DrtMiilnf in any lh aiulalltllri (lake what ladlefiihion Journa'n should wear. and keed potted on Come in and give me a trial Trier reuonnbln but fr-- clan help I Reipecllully, MlS.i.MARY D SMITH, Sianfurd, Ky. lj 6m DR W. 1). PENil Y in n mnnror Ut Bcmtlss. Office South Hiii. Main ?t In office recently vacated by Dr. Leo K, Huflman, Stanford, Ky. t J. B. HIGGINS, ,..w....D( licit n. ........ GRAN1TJS and IX AK1S1.C All Kinds Stanford, W of Goal, Kv. ; Uuitdett Irom vrizinal icign. and bett tnaleitat and wnrkreantlilp Sl Ofllce 349 Third alicet, Louisville, Ky. Vetmonl araandVok Shop, and Carrara, Italy. Lone xpci!cuce; original lUtljcua, taiUfaction 8o J. KARINS&CO., B.JONHa, t joxra, moii, tuarantrnl JOIT3JS 3HOS., home-bringin- homo-gatherin- g, Welcome tho cladn of doing good. Woloomo tho Joy of lore. Dnnlsh tho serpent tho luvrlt and owl, Wolcomo tho child and dovo. hiuvk and orrl. le creed. Danliu tho tnan-m- n "Wclooaio tho brotherhood broad, dlvino. Welcome the man-- indeed. Danish the nnrrovr and mean, So shall Ills kingdom bo over tho Ring In tho Nazareno. Tin & Sheet Iron Works, A Trent Fot TIic I.atlicK. Stanford, Ky. Mil. Moots ill arrlva Octobei Itl.mth rry-thi- tht It new an 1 nubby lu the way of Hanth tho serpent, the I'leatecall nJ mniee my ttuck brfore buy Ing Mypicct tball be ih loves'. ThanVin; Uvuit. r.tctfiiUx, von for it Sole proprietors Dean't Illtck Ditvond Koa Paint. Kttlmatet frnitaed for tuimlng Wood, Metal and lion Rooft Ssiitfsction Guaranteed. All tools painted with Dean's Illtck Diamond Paint guaranteed for yetrt Dcslrrt lo ben cl leru Pumptand Galrsmtrd I Mil rillert. 67-I- ra f KAlk DUUDhkAB. MnnK'r. tnm-bhou- ld THE London, RILEY V. U. BlliKV, HOUSE Kontucky. dt-trt- d. m. Mawdev J o Wolepmctho brotherhood broad, divine. JAMES KAOEK VIIOMAS YCAGKK earth VEAGEIi & VEAGER, Proprlotor, - - - Pure mm HIS CII1UST3IAS GREETING. ItV 1U.ISA AKMSTKONO. tmi, mi m mmt vtm, Special Hatet to Commercial Men, . STANKOItD, If you nwd livery brit-cla- tt E.Y. I have moved to my new llolclland aa brttst jrepsredthansver to accommodate the public tlood Livery attached tad every codvesitact Give ni a call. THANK KILKV. 77 Tho cemetery gates closed with a claug behind one man an ho stepped lorrsttt. out into tho road; It was HARNESS SHOP almost dark and he nearly run into the man who stumbled along as if You will find a good attortment of Haincat, other snow-covere- d cv u a call. Nothing but turnouu will leave our ttahlt. See ut In our Uri-dl- D. S. OAB,PaiTT2SBf, At th well. known old stand ol J. U. Green In Hustonvillo, llatluit - Kontucky. very weary. Owsley Building. Stanford. ; ....For a Befreshing Bath.Hot piness a fitting commemoration of tho fulfillment of tho promise made by the herald of God in the glowing words: "I bring you glad tidings of great joy, which shall be unto all people." It is peculiarly tho Christ day, a time when the beauty of His life is reflected in sublime majesty. Never a selfish shadow obscured His path; His tho grandest of all epitaphs; He lived and Ho died that others might live forever. A man without n home,' Ho has gladdened and brightened millions of homes, no was a man of Borrows, acquainted with grief, yet from His presence an ocean of consolation has spread out and covered tho earth with its waters of healing. His last prayer was an intercession for His eneor Cold, mies, and nis last sigh a breath of confidence in Qod. The glory song of the herald angels, Bung at the first Christmas, that paean of praiso to God and pledge of peace to man, shall never die. The grandest of aU carols, dearest of all angel hymns, time has destroyed .none of its sweetness and has preserved all of its promise. Peace and amity dwell where tho spirit of Jesus prevails, and each Christ day is a benison indeed to those who seo His face through tho clouds and the mists of mortality. Christmas, the home day, tho Christ day! May its lessons and its blessings gladden all hearts and make a truth of tho common salutation: "A Merry Christmas be upon you." William llossr.n ConuE. Godl It is a day of festivo joy and hap- shortest way out," ho grinned. "I'm glad enough to get out o' whero I was," muttered tho other. As ho lighted his pipe tho flame showed his "Yondcr's th' shortest wav into town, isn t it?" the latter asked. "Yep. Most folks yant to know th' "addles, At.. Have jour repairing dune by our man, he undcrttaadt hit buuorsi. We have't meilunlcin our received a beautiful Una of BLACKSMITH SHOP. Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. Furniture and Stoves. Wilt guarantee) first clait work'snd satisfactory Genuine Oliver Chilled Plewt. Step In and see a prices. Tiv our hor.e thocr. nice line cf Kecking Chairs and furniture. Agentt for Decnng Mscbinct, the hhtcst draft Movct (Jiapcr lLan aver before. machine on earth. Uvery Stable and Klaiktmith Sliep For Kent. "JUST AS IF I WERE IX SUED OF SHAVE." A A stylish Hair Trim'or Clean Share, go to .Oook & Farmer's gBarber .Shop. Joan B. Cattleman. A. G. Lanhav ROYAL fa, insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. "BABEE &OASTLEMAJN MANAGERS, Tho ring was answered by a servant, who said tho young lady was out doing her Christmas shopping. Hero was a piece of good luck. Leaving tho pack-ag- o with explicit instructions ns to its delivery Fadley said ho would call, Christmas night, as per previous arrangement with tho young lady. Thero was a big job off his hands, and Fadley mentally patted himself on the back at having done it up so neatly. He pictured to himself the glad surprise of Miss Damon when she should receive tho substantial evidence of his regard, and chuckled over tho little surprise in storo for his dear friend and chum, Harvey. Early Christmas morning Miss Damon received her package, upon opening which she exclaimed: "Well, I ncvor! Just ns if I were in need of a shave. Who ever has been so kind as to furnish mo with this outfit?" Then her eje caught the corner of a card sticking out of one of the compartments of the case. Thla she drew forth and read: ton-sori- al it himself tho next morning. Then ho called at tho abode of Miss Damon. pale face. Tho othor man edged away. "Yo ain't been in jail?" "Worse. Penitentiary. Yo needn't Only Direct Line between bo askcercd, though I'vo had enough. Didn't do it, either, but, yo see, I vras kind o' good for nothln", an' tho judgo Shorten, au4 quicken between was running for reelection, so I went up. Got out for Christmas, though, on Frankfort, Qoorprotown nnd Paris, account o' good behavior." Onrlislo, Mnysvillo, Oynthiana, "Urn, woll. so 'tis Christmas time-fo-lks Falmouth and Covington. oughtn't to bo hard on nobody Atk for tickets via .Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard 1 ime. now." Time TibU Nov. 8, 1(44. "No. I most took yo fcr a Christmas TRAINS EAST. No j No. 1. No. 7. ghost a bit ago." p. tu p.m. a. m. 00 eave rrankiort A 400 700 "Ilecn working Into. I'm a stone ma06 10 Summits 406 ...7 11 4,L son, and I'd promised a rich old party " S KUnoin. ........ .7 41S " bwitier..... n ..; 140 ' Stamping Ground.! j! too 4S s 10 Duvall... ...... ....7 34 ' 4 34 MVERS Ky. Midland R'y, LXITXHT HOUSE STABI.X V t' II Cincinnati and Frankfort P. W. GREEN, Prop. Ihltstalite, which It run n consection with th. Myers Iloute, has been lupplird with n A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, no niMmer's Suppluw and It better than Mupply the public with prepai FIHST-CLAS- tret 1 1 8 UlOa OP ALL, RINDS. Ptrtonaland protiplatttalloa givento Waddings Parties and llurlals. P. W.GREKN. Al tlURNS.Manager Pioprietor. " Johnson.. 40 46 " Georgetown.-.,- !! " a S. Depot..... ..,J ii .7 Newton...........Bo5 ". Centrevitle " .8 16 K!uabeth.............l so C...,..g jo Arrive f ant 11 .; 4 40 4 46 4 31 a so 35 SO) 3 300 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. lo 3 35 '.tl A, " Paris Junction. A 3V 3? S 3S 400 No. Hi 11 Capital Stock-Surpl- us TRAINS WEsT. No. t. No. 4. No. a. m. p ta. - .$200,000 21,300 trvM,-"- r.V !! " IV From yours faithfully, II Commerce Building, Louisvillo Agentt throughout the South. W. A. TBIBBLB, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. San Francisco Portland A World's Fairjj Record. CHICAGO VIA C4IJ r - .i-i-w M) teuieviiit.jiiwMeHT ChicacoRt IS 3?tjllma1tsa1td parlob:oars. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE RUNNING - DINING - CARS. WRITE: TO B.,K. BACON, D. P. A.. K. J IIEED.G.P.A Chicago, III LouitviUe, Ky. Bt. Paul. IK VOU ARE GOING Denver. 4 SS'OHTH OR WEST, IM.TKE.t.it. Iua rADt.nv" "Oh!" said the mischievous young lady; "Mr. Fadley, eh? Well, just wait till ho comes this evening. I'll bawl 'Next' at him; see if I don't." Of all tho mortified swains that ever got into a pickle Fadley felt the worst when the idol of his heart Hashed the shaving tools on him. Ho was utterly speechless, until It occurred to him that his friend Harvey had hit. dear one's toilet set and one of the sweetest of little notes that evor a loveiclt fellow put together. "Great snalcosl" thought Fadley; "if ncvor hear tho ho reads that noto-I'l- l last' of it." Then he explained the mistake und bogged oif long enough, to .hasten over to his friend's houfro to He found exchange the packages. Harvey at home, and asthat amiable young man jerked him into the hall he hiinperingly inquired:, "Is my hat on trnight, Ira dear, and how do my bangs look?" "Sayl" fiercely ejaculated Fadley, "if you donU bhut your hoad I'll break it for you 1" was no time to bo lost, so Hut Tho man in the moon hangs up his Fadley,thero duly acknowledging that ufter Days. stocking. Golden tho cigars were on him, gathered up An Uvun Exchange. tho toilet set and sped back with it to Mrs. Uride I suppose you and Fred tho one for whom it was intended. will give each other handsome holiday That was not the last of tho joke on presents? him, by any means. The thing leaked Miss Fiance Yes; wo have promised out, as such things invariably do, and to surrender our liberties to each other poor Fadley was so annoyed by faceright away. Raymond's Monthly. tious allusions to his Santa Clans experience that he was compelled to HIS CIIKISTMAS ADVESTUIIE. threaten with consequences dire anyone who mentioned tho bubjecL - '' era Av- the fad or Tin; houu. Hi 3 Mm l- J .y3 SS T SAW S ' r At U - V x&L(g JtV&s E&jl&i 7A SRTi "1 v' & T W "MAI'.Y I.YOX8 WAS TJIK rim. XAMK." vy f 0SRji? BhiS to have a stone put over a child's grave sure. He said ho'l llko her to have tomtthing fer a Christmas gift.;' "Poor soul! I'm better off of he '.t My rich. I'll beo my kid brother's been taking keer of her sinco I was took. I'll take her now, an' I'm bound to keep btraight, for her sake, from now on. That man got any more by to-nig- An Absorbing GlrL LOUISVILLE a. i . Nashvii It R. R, '' Rouble Daily Trains at jJakeclot connections Is the line for you, at its LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. rHaLoUSHTICKETS SOLD. JAQOAQB CHECKED THROTJOF of ,tot any information e.'quir Agent, JOE S.HICE. Stanfbrd, Ky McQUOWN, Trav. Patt. Agent, ." f Junction Citv. BIt ., :"'h, ,u. "Thero is no such person as, Santa Claus, is there?" asked a small girl of her mother. "Somo folks say thero is not," was the reply. 'Well, I don't care. I don't like folks who say thero isn't any Santa Chtus. They never give any nice presents." Judge. N. Y. Journal. A Mip. f kids?" "None. This was only adopted; belonged to some poor relation, but ho loved her like his own. Died Mtddon A. A Mcrvirnqr, Attittant Cathier AND about ten days ago ho took it hard, too; said he was forty-nin- e and she only about ten, bo he'd expected sho'd Co choose Aw headstone." My girl's most ten , "Poor soul! OK STANFORD, KV now." It now fullj'ortuiiel aud ready lor business with "I.emrne bee," he lit a match and consulted a paper ns they walked SOLD TO Paidup Capital of - - $200,000. along, "she was nine years, eleven ALL POINTS: Surplus, . months and three days old. It was a XAILE!j.1.& )1L 000. pretty stone; the boss bays: 'NothOHIO, IWD1AHA, ILLINOIS, SUCCESSOR to! HE LINCOLN NATIONAL. ing's too good for Mary,' bays he." DANK OK STANFORD, WISCONSIN, "Marj'J Why, that's my girl's name Now closing up) with theaamt aitett and undsr hdrc, lemma seo that!" Tho match the tame management. MISSOURI, KANSAS, By provmont of itt chaiter, depotitort arc at went out and his fingers trembled so fully protected at aio depotitort in National that he could not light another. NEBRASKA, COLORADO, Uankt, iu thateholdcrt being held individual lisoleto the extent ol the amount of their stock "Mary Lyons was tho name," said therein st the par value thereof, in addition to tb ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, tho btono mason, gently. amount invettcd in such tharct. It may act executor, adinintitrator, truttee, Ac, at fully at "Merciful God, my own child!" cried at an individual. tho To thoie who entrutted their bultlnctt to ut Then, through the still night nir, the 'SE WEST.HORIH-W-Swhile mnaglng the Lincoln National Dank ol S0BTK-WEStanford, wive here tender our many thtr.lt and glad church bells rang out. trutt they will continue to trantact their butinesl with ut. offurinp at n miftant. rv, ...... FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS Ho Was Surprised. lion to lamo.our twenty jtin opeiWe AND EMIGRANT TICNETS. Uakioff and as UberaUccouimodalioDj Mrs. Gazzam I'vo got a box of cigars are coal twi rr,u iuuuu UetUKlilg, THE BESTROUTE TO TOE for my husband's Christmas present, which will surprise him. DIKECTOHt: Mrs. Mnddox Women don't know J J. Williamt.Mt. Vernon; 'UlLMAH VESTIBULED COACHES, how to buy cigars for men. . II. Shanki, Stanford; SLEEPING AMD DINIMD CARi Mrs. Gazzam I know thnt, so I got J.S.Owsley, Stanford: S J. Embry, Sunford; brother Jack to get them for me. SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE Attention of th public it invited to thi (ac that thit it the only National Hank in Stanford Lve Paris Junction 541 Under the provitisnt of the National llink Act 6 03 Lve Parts ... C. 94$ Hi depotitort art tecured not only by th capital 6 if . 4 S3 Arr Blliabeih 9 j3 itock, but br the ttockholdcrt liability lor fca co S 619 Arr Ccntrevllle... .iu amount equal to the itock, to that depotitort Ol 6 17 Arr Newtown ....... .10 o4 (hit lottitution ar tecu'ed by a fund of 400,000. AtrC. S. Depo- t- .10 iS 64s Five sworn MaVmenti of Arr Georgetown U 1035 7 47 S30 ar mad etch yesrto the thoconditlon of th bask 64s United Slates govars-nis800 Arrjohnwo. 651 ...1041 and lit attctt ar ciaralaed at stated Itmse 8 10 ArrDuvall ......ia4j by covcrnmcut aceuU, thus securing addititona 8 JO Arrhutnp's Ground 1054 703 too perfect tafcty to depotitort, S jc Arr Switier 7 13 04 Thit iuititution. oriKinally eiubliab.d at lbs Arr Klkhorn .11 11 7 to 9oi Dcpotit Hank of Stanford in ijjl, then Arryutunilt............ir 17 7 t6 g at the National Hank ol Stanford in iMj and 7 35 Arr Krnklrt...A. -- 11 13 tfain re.orgtnurda the Hint National Hank ol Sun lord in 1S81, hat had practically an uninterA connects with L. A-- N. rupted exiiteoce of it yeart lilt better tupptisd II coonecti with Q A C. and L. S. now with lacililiet for rintacliDebuimeit prompt C coanectt with K. C. Niitr S'oi r.i. i. j ,. Iitiiln. daily eicett ly and liberally than cvvr before in Its long and honorable caictr Sunuay. Sec huuday trains below. Accounii of corporation!, fiduciaries firm and Individual! rttpectfully toileted SUN DAY TRAINS. Tht Directory ol thit Dank 11 01 Wist Leave Georgetown 10:35 A. M.; arrlvo Fortius RWd, Lincoln county; compoicd at Krsnkfort 11 35 A. M. S. T. Harm, Lincoln; u. arrive 11 t.AlT i.eivc rranuiort 1:13 Georgetown j ij I M. G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; llip nruiuiKT ..iiui.uu n.uw.jr .iu vw.tw.v- J. YV. JIayden, Stanford; forui the ihortest and chctpeit routs toall ticut S.H. Haughman, Lincoln, pointt South, Katt, Scrtb and U ttt. J. H. Docker Stanford; iniir Rrur. for lurtner iniormaiion apply la Pass. Arcnt. C. D. IIr.KCAW.Gen V A. Trlbble, Sunford; GEO. 11 HARrr.lt, (Jen. bupt M. D. Elmore, Stanford; . T P. llill.Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J.MIIUr.ML Vernon J S. Docker, Pretident; John J. McKoberts, Cathier; nt a.m., 67 .......! 1 os ud i. NORFOLK RAILROAD. WESTERN Farmers Bank&Trnst I. ,. .' T, S1 i. I) waHMWWMMS NORTH AND EAST. , Drlls nnd Hills. , TV.. iil. "v; tt wt',.. ' r- "Did yon take Miss L'huir under the , mistletoe last night?" "Yes, and then went out under her Judge. father's uiisblle-toe.- " ' f Dr, Thirdly I wish you wpuld hold tho missionary .box until aftof Christmas; I may want to send 6omo things. pers in Alaska. Mrs. Newly wed How iMovc to hear the merry Chrisimns bqlls. Mr. Iew lytic ! I llko to liear thrm, Elder Deny I know what you are too. if f't itn hells were not r.o con- .ive of (.hri'.tuap thinking of; but they don't wear slip- founde!!y n,it wrfolk.west CHEAPEST, BEST ' W. railroai QUICKEST LINE. J. B. Owtley, Stanford; J. AND Write for naten, More), 'ninphleta, to uny Station Agent, or TIme-Tublc- tJ Dcicrlptls 1 ' Fuck. bills. va'll'nr'f.rigk Pl. rtmt BotaoKs,ri. roLiaui.0. a. B IV ILL. ALLCN HULL, XiU M. T. ORSOO. Tru.llnf VtM. uotok,Ya. if S.H. 8h inks, Treiident, Dr. J, B. Owtley (lCaihltr, W. M. William Gooch, Staulord; A. W.;Carpenter, Mllledgevillt K W. H. Cumiuiut, IVeachonvill K. Casn, Stanford, v- llright, Teller. -- "' A' &kM'timticmmjj r.vVM3iLVI... . in , 1 - I, r. f m q"ju)j&&r fcJJ-JllaRlxKat- ;j WMffo1flw rrlcrjM 1 Wl ,. 4Litf!t . 1 :.v.i : -- . -- .. r.i." !v 1jA i -Vf.i.." ' ,jrr- 1'-. ,'1 :l