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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895010401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi Weekly Interior Journal VOL. XXII. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. I STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 4, 1895. WILLIAMSBURCWHITLEY COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. NO. 86 A irmn by tho nninn of HnKril ahot on Negro Gruek, FrMity. Hu was also shot from rt pistol Hint full out of tho pockot of onu of Ilia frtunila Old Undo Johnny Ito'8 was In to an all dny Inet Monday anil ho wont over to Mr. Whltaker'a to spontl tho mIrM, anil before 8 o'clock, his nplrlt took its llllit was I to try anothor worhl. Heart affection was tho tronblo. Mm. Dick UiKby wnasliot In tho hip Saturday from a pistol that a youne man lot fall from his pocket. Tho yetting man was named Higby and ho was vtaMing Mr. Dick HiKby'a family. Tho young man was alo shot in tho leg. Dr. Denton thinks that Mra. Hlghy's wound Is a vory dangerous otto as (the is (It years old. Uro. S. Collycr illluil his last appoint inent at tho Christian church for tho year ISO I, last Sunday night, hut tho incmbors of that church scorn to know n jpod thing whou they try it, and tho writer thinks they acted very wisely In cilling him for another year. Wo look on Uro. Oollyer as being in the first place a Christian gentleman, and a learned, con eervatlvo preacher, and as being a man tmt will havo a tendency to draw tho Christian factions together, Instead of gotting them further apart and that in tho only kind of a man that can do any good in Urodhead as a preacher. Tho uicmherH of tho Hrodhead Masonic liOdge, No. 5fi0, of tho F. A M,, elected A. J. Tike, W. M ; Thomas Cherry, S W.; A. K. McClary, J. W; A. II. Kvans, secy ; It. 8. Martin, Irons ; V. I) layers, S5. L j II Woodall, J. I), and J. B. Yance, 8. and T. The Lodge agreed and ordered a public installation of its O cors on .Saturday nlht, the Gtlt, at which tlmo wtt expect to have some pub lie speaking on thu subject of Masonry, a box and oyater supper, Ac., tho proceeds to go to tho Masonic Lodge The exercises aro to bo at tho Masonic Wall to begin at 0 30 V. m. All the litdiea of the uro cordially intown and neighbor-hoobring well filled vited to assist us aud boxes or baskets, and enjoy tho occasion with tin, and especially do we ask the wires and daughters of Masons to asalst us in making the occasion au enj jtil!e ono. All are invited to come. 111 Feeling Tribute. In loving rometuburanco of Lizzie, thu beloved wife of W. L. McOarty, who died at hor home in KIngsville, Nov. IB ISO I. Her death was a sad and sudden shock to all who knew her, as her illness was vory brief, but during that time sho was bo sweet aud patient, and while tho loved ones weroat her budsido adminA istering all that human hands could, sho looked up with a smllo and said: Sweet peace in Jesus A loving husband, son, father, mother and ono sister survive her, besides a host of other relatives aud friends, who deeply mourn hor loss. Sho was a truo, earnest, Christian, having been a most devout member of tho Christian church for several years. Sho will bo greatly missod from tho church and Sunday-schooin which sho was such a devoted member. Sho was buried in tho beautiful family lot at her home In Kingsville, after tho services which were moit beautiful and to jchingly rendered by Rev. Dr. Alien-o- f Danville, tho pastor of the church of which bIio was a mumher. All that was left for her friends to do was ning tho anthems for tho pure in heart and strew llowera of fragranco and beauty over hor narrow bed. Sho has left a painful void in tho housdholil, a vacant chair whuro o vermoru will hover the shadow of a dear, loving wife aud a du voted mother of tho htjurthstone. Titu ley touch of death could not have been laid upon a brighter, sweeter llotor than she, full of unBulttihnuM and syinpilhy, and while wo nro Hid to know wo in more shall see her bright faej again, no more hear her merry voice on earth, she left a aweot coiicolation to her bereaved family and friends that alio hits g)tto from tut to join her lovely daughter, Uoa, and other dear onea, who preceded her only a Bhort timo and wo trust are sleeping in tho arms of tho blemM Jesus, awaiting tho call of tho Arkangel Gabriel, calling her to her toward to tho right hand of that God Whom sho loved ho well. Let us not forget that our loaa is her gain and that wn should over strive to keep her pure Christinn life and character over fresh lu our memory and endeavor to incorporate into our own lives her many gentle and noble qualities of mind and heart. Peaco bo to her romalns and may God bless tho many good influences exerted by this noble bouI. Wo extend our heartfelt sympathy to the Borrow stricken ones of the homo circle and bid them look beyond tho dnrkneas of the grave to a bright crown in Heaven, is the prayer of a most devoted friend. Stella, l, glad-neu- s, tho Christian church Sunday morning and night. Tho week of prayer will bo observed by tho churches of this placo, beginning next Monday night. Mr. Mart Snyder, who has been In Oklahoma and othor portions of tho W (s, Is hero with his family on a visit. Mr. I). Francisco, of Kansas, was hero the flrHt of tho week visiting relatives. oft" a. quietly as it Onrlitmas possibly could; no drunkenness or disorder could bo observed on our streets any more than at any other tmie, and it is very little that is Been at any tlmo. Mr. J. M. Ulakoly, ono of our most poptiltr merchants, and Miss Minuio Hyan wero married Xmas ovo. Tills Is Mr. Hlakely'B second venture in tho matrimonial lino and ho has succeeded in winning tho heart aud hand of a very excellent lady. After this week Whitley county will havo a now set of county ollicors. There Isoulyoneoldon.j left, and that ono n magistrate. Wo hope tho new ones will go to work with renewed energy and do more aud better work for tho county than has been done in tho past. Tho Little Builders of the Christian church gavo an ontertainment on tho evening of the 2'tth ult. aud had a good crowd out to' hear them. They wero well prepared and parfurmed their parts in a maimer vory much in their honor as well as thoso who had been training them. Hev. Ihker, of tho M. E. church, preached a very able sermon at tho Congregational church Christmas day and thehousowas filled to hear him. Our people contented themselves with eating good dinners and letting stronger drink, usually so freoly imblbod about this tlmo, alone. On account of the inclement weath-oour entertainments have not been ytry numerous this season. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Denham entertained thoir young friends Friday evening and Miss Huttle Jones eutertained at her home Saturday evening. There wero about 20 present at earh place, who pasjed very pleasint evenings. Several of our citizens took advantage of tho reduced rates on the railroad and spent tho holidays out of town, among them Messrs. J. N. Sharp, L. D. Denham and Dr. J. I). Adkins wero in Louisville; Mra Dr. Adkitis visited her mother at Campboltaville; Miss Anna O'Mara with Miss Costello al Harbour-vlllMr. G. 0. Mooru made a business trip to Winchester and Jackson. Mesirs. Will Arthur and U. S. Eagram went to Louisville last Monday to enter the Hospital College of Medicine. Mr. and Mre. 0. It. Lding, of Tenn , are hero visiting relatives. Mr. M V. Pig,:, who has boen running a hotel here, has moved to Laurel county, where he will engago in the farming business this year. Mr. M. A. Moore will move his family back to this place an J take charge of tho hotel. Prof, White and Mr. A. T. Silor visited tho exposition at Lexington last week. Mrs. Wm. Leforco and children left Friday morning for Oklahoma, where they will join Mr. La force, who has been there Bevoral months. Mrs. Preatide, in tther of Kov. J. N. Pretidge, spent last week with him pa-no- KlderJ. G. Livingston preached at r, Nearly everybody in town have fillIco is very good, about six (riches thick. About tho middle of tho month a Kaunas man will take from among us one of our most lovable and esteemed ladiep. Perhaps you will Hold more about it later. Tho Christmas treo at the Presbyter ian church was decked with many handsome aud costly presents. It is a pleasant way to distribute presents and everybody seems to enjoy them Both of tho colored churches also had Christmas trees. Tho chapel at Christian Colle;o was picked by anxious beings all eagerly listening to the musicals given by tho Perihelion Society all young pupils. The music was beautifully and artistically rendered and b!1 enjoyed accordingly. Hustonvillo has always boasted, with honesty, of her musical talont. Dr. Hiiro has gone to New York City and will take a position to sell medical instruments, Ac. J. B. Hide is also about to go on tho road. P. W. Green and Dr. A. S. Price wero up from Stanford sleigh ridiug buuduy. Mr. Dave Powell, son of Capt- - Powell, formerly of this county, but now living in Missouri, is visiting relatives and friends here. Mr. Geo. W Hyan, of Somerset, is in towu. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Logan have gone to Long-vioVia., to spend tho winter with their daughter, Mrs. J. B. Adams. Miss Leua Goode Is visiting in Boyle. Miss Marthr. Prtxtou H tut and Mies Lid a Harlan, of Stanford, and Danville, aro the guests of Miss Frances Adams. Miss Shirley Park and her sister, Mm. Gooro GooJe, Hro visiting their parents near Covington Miss Alice Drye has returned from & lengthy visit with her brother at Springfield. Miss Manila Tucker returned with' her. Arthur Jones, who has for several years been in Texas, is with his mother. Miss Mary Adams is visiting in Garrard ed their ice hotifles. Tho Peopio aro now busy both at this placo and at Middleburg filling their ico LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. No protection having been provided for rabbits in the game law, all the poor animals can do is to hide and increaso their speed. Tho turkey pickers have shipped off nearly all the fowls in the country and now all there is upon tho market is beef, with a limited supply of fresh pork. Ton days of intensely cold weather, with the ground covered with snow and more falling, is not calculated to cheer tho housekeeper who rs scarce of coal. Tho firo and tho death of Pasco, havo thrown a child and mother gloom over the entire community that has robbed the new year of its otherwise bright opening. It is noticeable that when a man is very anxious to become a candidate for ofilco ho usually does so by announcing he is in tho hands of his friends. This il notice to his admirers that they are expected to go ,to work actively in his support, whilo ho modestly folds his arms and quietlyiawaits results. Miss IMen Maizo is tho guest of Mr. Horaco Miss Christine Bradloy. returned to Oxford, Ohio, WedHerndon nesday. Messrs. Fred Frisbio and Joe Haselden attended a party at Bryantf-vlll- o Mr. W. J. Tuesday nig'it. is very sick with typhoid fever. Mr. H. II. Batson will movo next week into his now home on Lexington ave. in-la- w houses. Attorney A. H. Clark has just returned from Boattyvillo with a view, wo understand, of hunting a future location. Mr. Clark has sold out here and intends to leave us. Wo regret to lose Mr. Clark for he is en honest citizen and clover Everybody invited to call and sec us in our new quarters in the man. occupied by Mr. Mack Huffman. We have tried hard to merit Christmas wbb dull at this placo un- house til tho wind up. A few casualties from the goodwill of the public and shall not cease to so desire. We shall tho uso of fireworks, but nothing of a to sell you rious nature. We regret to state, that Elijah Moore on Sunday evening was severely hurt from falling on the ico in the fish pool. At first it was (eared that he might bo seriously injured as ho had to be convoyed to Mr. Hawk Wilkinson's near by, but he was able to go home the next morning, though his nose And in the main they will be sold for cash, knowing that this is the best for the buyer and seller. No man shall undersell us on any thing was badly bruised. The wind up of Christmas was con- we handle and we will make every effort and offer every inducement siderably exhilarating. There was what to is called a "lackey party" at Charlie Prescott's hotel now year's night. We do not know where this kind of a party camo from nor whither it goath, 'but we know it was a unique affair. Both sexes To make room for our early spring purchases which must begin in were dressed in a variety of odd stylet. Among the old maids and matrons we this month. You have only to come and see if you want goods. We noticed tho venerable Dollie Cowden have many goods that we can not mention in this notice that we inand Lucy Bowman, Julia Rains and tend to sell at some price and our loss will be your gain. We invite Mary Blade, tho dark haired brunette, all to call on us. Amanda Stone, and Myra Trisler, the petity blonde, Lizzio Philips and Mo lie Dermady, aunt Dollie Sharp, Ovie Lto Moore, and Jositi Sharp. The young maids present were few, but we did notice the sprightly Miss Mary Whipp, the sedate and solemn MitB Btlle Stone, and tho talkative Mies Sallie Godbey in the gay throng. Aomng the old fogies of of tho male sex we saw Mr. Pat Whipp and Uncle Pryor Young, Charlie Bowman and Ligo Coffey, the aged Jesse Dealers in McDowell and Pat Sharp, M. K. Humphrey aud Charlie Sharp, Willie Gibbins and E. L Williams, Oacar Wilkinson and Hoyal Wilkersou, tho stubby Welby Murphy and tall Dick Gibony, also Willie Burgin. The grotesque costumes did not hurt tho looks of Liberty's fair females, but it damaged the looks of the They beat the world. males. It takes tho most adroit work of the tailor to make tho male population of Liberty passable. Clay Godbey, in his "lackey" suit, will run Jess Dooley a tight race at our next fair in the ugly man's ring. Which is under their management, is headquarters for the traveling public and is one of the best hotels in the State. HUBBLE. bow-eve- r, OarHeuiQaaife. Good Goods at The Lowest Prices Move Our Winter Stoek HUGHES & TATE. v Farris & Hardin Chinaware, Glassware, Onyx Tables, Lamps, Water Sets, CANDIES, NUTS AND FRUITS The St. Asaph Hotel .For six months we have tried. e; Le-No- ir, Mil-fo- rd Kin-nai- rd A parent's htet gift to a son, and an impeririliHble. legacy, is a scholarship entitling him to a business coiupo at Prof. W. II Smith's Commercial College at Lexington. Prof. Smith refers to 10.PC0 successful studentf, among them nru HO in banks, 100 oilieials, including Litu-tonaGov. Alford and 100 in business positions in Lexington. Award at two World's Expositions. Tho diploma from Kentucky University is awarded Prtf. nt hy d. MIDDLE0URG, CASEY U0UNTY. a Smith's graduates. Shorthand and and Typewriting aro special-tieIf you wish a p)sit!on, or circular of this reliable college address immediately. Wilbur H. Smith, Lexington, ivy. The Chicago Tribune finds that dur ing ISO), embezzlers, dofaulterd, swindlers and bank wreckers havo succeeded in hloaling Ji"),'J3l,112of othor people's mouoy. Out of 029 cases reported, it stole over 130,000, 37 over f 100,000, 4 over 1500,000, and 4 over $1,000,000. While Treasurer of Holt counlyf Nob., Harret Scott made way with the public funds. Ho wns released on bail but a mob of angry farmers took him in hand Monday night and carried him oil. It is supposed that they havo hanged him. Mrs. Jane Wilson, of Columbus Intl., lost her only son eight years ugo. Sho had the body embalmed and kept it in her house until a few days ago, when she yiolded to tho persuasion of her relFor rheumatf.ra I have found nothing (quit to Chamberlain'' Pain lUlm. Il rclcivei the pain at atives and had it buried. toon as applied. J. W. Younj, Wt Libert. W, Va The p.ompt relief It affords is alone Soo tho WorliTtt Fair for 15 Coats worth many tlmea tbo cost, 50 cents, ha continued use will effect a permanent enre. Upon receipt of your addiess and ij cents in For aale hvPr.S, O. Ilocker, drujgltt, Stan-foid. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all akin eruptions. It positively cure pilea, or no pay reputrcd. It U guaranteed to give perfect laifafaction or money refunded. I'nco 25 ccnti per box. For l&'e by A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. torct, ulcers, salt rheum, fiver lores, tetter, The best aalve In the woiU for cuts, bruiaea, chap- Bucklln'u Arnica Salvo. i . pottoKC atamps we will mall you our Souvenir Portfolio of tho World's Columbian Exposition '1 he regular price u joe, but at we want you to havo on we make the price nominal You will find it a work of Art aud a thin? to be priied. It contains full pace views of the great buildings, with deicrlpticnsof an roe and iseiecuted In tho hichest ttvleol art. If not satisfied with It after you net It we will refund the sumps and let you keep the book. Address H. E. Uucklen & Co , , Chicago, HI. Tho "Jerk Water" railroad has suspended operations until about March the 10th. W. H. Ivoeuor has Hold his interest in tho drug store hero to his partnor, Theo. Wesley. Mack aud Mike Jones killed 20 quails Monday in tho South Fork vicinity. Mtke killed l: at one shot. P. II. Taylor has bought tho Gauu property and ho and his brido will go to housekeeping next week. Miss Celeste Jones has ben very sick for several tliya threatened with pneumonia. Simon Wesley is lure visiting his sister, Mrs. J. C. Dye. J. M. Durham has sold a in his store here to his son, George, and the business will hereafter be run under tho Urm uamo of J. M. Durham & Son. A very large quautity of Dr. ico was gathered hero Monday. Dye, U. U. McAnnlch, Wtn. Oloyd and John V. Coiley succeeded in filling their houses. Baud Durham is very anxious about his best girl, who is sojourning in Florida at present. He fears bIio has suffered aloug with the orange crop in tho late freezs down there. Ab Hall, of Liberty, wai hero Monday negotiating with Ruv. G. C. 8mith for his magic lanteru show. In caso that he succeeds in purchasing tho outfit, he will engage the parson as lecturer. He will also engfgo tho saryices of George Haoes as advance agent, with Ab as proprietor. With Bro Smith as explainer of Biblical scenes and Hanes aa the advance man we have no fears for the future of tho concern. Either of them would sign. make a Bplendid half-intere- James Robinson weighed up his cattle to Dick Gentry this week at 3 37J. Twenty odd dollars were made up in this community for a Xmas present for H. G. Anderson by his many friends, who aro sorry to Bee him lingering bo low with consumption. The holidays passed off very quietly with but little drinking, and no disturbance save some anvil shooting at night, which did but little damage more thau break a few bridle reins, and jar some shoes oil' of the horeea. Greenberry Bright, Jr., has returned from Richmond, and reports a pleasant Xmas. Dr. Harlan reports J. W. Bright's otuld Bick of pneumonia. S. M. Spoona-morenephew, Mr. Lane, has moved to tho Blackerby farm, aud will ruu shop mis yutr for him. Charley fcmiiu tins given up his pus ition as stage driver on tL B hue and mil lake charge of Bengo'a stable in tottu. We all hute to give Charley up, as he IihH been a good man in the right place, all the time. Tom Underwood will take nis place, and we feet tuat he will make us a good man. i'hepaity gien Monday night by Mibsea Lula aud Isabel Owsley was nut very largely attended on account of tho very cold neathur. Those vho didalteud, never enjoyed themtelvea better on any occasion. The supper prepared was plentiful and just splendid. Ed Minor lias sold his corn to J. A. per bbl. rehaudled aud Hammonds delivered in crib. He will move to Louib" villu boine time in the near future. Mr. n Minor hiiB made us au upright, good and wo regret to havo him leave ue. J. A. aud J. B. Robinson, of Middles-borgave us a very pleasant Xmas visi . T. U. Huukiu is in Georgia selling mules. 1,-2- 90 lb. THE CASH SYSTEM, 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 YOU Your account as you go, are not annoyed with A collector and do not dread to see January 1st. WHILE Set the prices, sell cheaper than the cheapest, save you money and carry a full line of Hardware, Fancy and Staple Groceries, Vulcan Plows, Tinware, Majestic Ranges, Arizona Stoves, Salt, Lime, Cement. Heating Stoves. iSSExamine our Prices." WE 's Spoon-ttuiore- 'a W. H. WEAKEN & CO. r .Twidwell fc$ Dealer Groceries, Silverware, &c. Thankir.gour friends for their liberal patronage I la Drugs, Medicines, Fancy extend the j-.- l)j citt-za- o, Compliments of the Season And hope they will five-inc- h J-- Here's for j ear ot nope aud cheer Which no ill luck can smother; Onu Christmas crop is gathered in; It's time to plant another. 11 t The leaf turned over last New Year Is now quite badly blotted. It's nearly time to turn again The page bo badly blotted. Continue To Favor During 1S9: 0. IVTe This couutry chews about 230,000,000 pounds of tobacco a year, and the internal revenue therefrom is nearly $14,000,-00You Bee, now, what a culamity it would bo if everybody had sworn oil from the tobacco habit last Tuesday. Mr. Ira P. Wctmure, a prominent real estate man, San Angelo, lexaa, has utea Cnambdi Iain's Ooilc, Cholera aud Diairhu-- Remedy ill his family fm several yeara aa oicaaiou required, aud always iih perlect succes.1 lie say.: "I did its perlcctcuro fur our baby when troubled with colic or dysentery. 1 now feel that uy oulhl la not lomplete without a bottlo of this emedy at home orou a trip awavlioui hoine.' for aalb by Dr. a. O. ilocker, druggist, Stanford i a F. B. TWIDWELL. Ilustonville, Ky. For a Nice Calendar Call on JOHN H. KIRBY, ISSURERCE RG8KT. STEEFQRD. FOR FIRE, LIFE, ECCBEEl And TORNADO. Temporary effice at D. W, Vandtv:er'a t aide-sho- w ttor i. y A - - i 1, Ml Stam-ori)- Weekly Interior Journal Ky., , January Richmond will have a legal neck Walton, of tho Intbhior Journal, ia the greatest optimist on the Keutucky stretching this morning. Emma Norwood, who killod her ille-- . press. "Looking hack on tho year that such a gitimate child by feeding it pine, will bo U past wo discover that it wasn't 4, 189f had old year after all." The democrat hung in Durham county, N. O. Feb. 8. who can write such things and say such things at such times is a well spring of pleasure 'llah for Walton. Louisville Post. Thanks, Life is too short to spend it in idle repinings. Besides God reigns and tho government at Washington still Uvea. Our motto is to make the best of everything nnd in the words of tho old soug: W. P. WALTON. miecon-cetvehaving his motives inceasantly of leading forlorn hopes nnd sick Mr. KettitiR uothing but kicks nnd cuffr, Watterson hoists the white flig, nnd says is out of politics and the Courier-Journleadership and nil will decline all Our dear frieud and fellow student, as ho himself is accustomed to say, should not so easily weary in well doing, but remember that the Scriptures tell us we shall reap in due season, if we faint not. Besides when he is sure he is right he should go ahead regardless of the carping criticisms of those, who nre more prone to Gnd fault than they are competent of Bupgesting remedies for the evils, n which aillict the body politic. Mr. is a born leader, and in the main ho una proved a most worthy nnd reliable onb. Wo have almost unbounded for his foresight nnd his genius, but with all that we can not follow blindly always in his lead, and if for one, we Bhould criticize, it will be in love and never in anger. And that we take it is the feeling of the press all over the country; certainly in Kentucky where Mr. Watterson is known and loved of all men. d, James Martin, who waa killed by Horace Wood at Paint Lick Christmas day, carried a life iusuranco policy of S,-0- DisHKAiiTKD bj party defeat, tired of Senator Wolcott has been unaniby tho mously nominated for republican members of tho Colorado Legislature A Philadelphia grand jury hns in- respon-sibilit- Let tho witd world wag ns it will, Try to be my nnd hnpnv atill. iihs Congress "on hia hands flgtin," and is mid to be preparing n message to flro at it, urging tho pnssage of tho Oarlislo currency bill. President Cleveland If the democrats intend to do anything, they will have to huitlo. After two months, it will be a long time, if ever, before they can Benin pas a hill. Wnt-terso- Finlky Shuck, editor, ia the way it now reads on the Marion Falcon. Wo hope and believe that Mr. Shuck will not prove as dry aa his name would im ply. -- - NEWSY NOTES. The Ohio river is practically closed by the ice. The police made S.61G arrests in Louisville last year. There were 141 buMnesa failures in Louisville in 1S91, with liabilities of dicted Anarchist Charles V. Mowbray, our English visitor, for making a seditious speech. Two suspected train robbers overpowered nnd disarmed threo officers at Macon, Miss., and made their eacapo. A posse with bloodhounds are on their trail. Other polico judges do not hold with Judgo Thompson that the barbers' SunAll day closing law is unconstitutional, arrested at Covingron last Sunday were fined. TheFiscal Court of Fayette county haa made an appropriation for the purchase of more turnpikes, which will make over 200 miles of free turnpikes owned by the county. Tho recent victories of local option Trigg and Livingston' counties puts in about half the counties in the First dis trict on tho prohibition list. Tho majority of the remaining counties have only in the county Beats. OF A LOCAL NATURE. Mt. Sterling celebrated the incoming A of the Xew Year with a lynching. mob after much difficulties took Thomas Blair, a young white man, from the jail oand hung him on "general principles." He had shot ono or two men, but at the time ho was in jail only for carrying concealed weapons. Blair fought desperately for his life and succeeded in putting heads on several of tho mob before be he was clubbed into insensibility, lie was from Morgan county and a very desperate character, whoso taking off will Mra. Mike O'Connell and her five not he so much deplored as the manner children were burned to death in their of it. home at Ellsworth. Wis. Mrs. Michael O'Connell and her five It seems incredible, but the report of the coroner of Louisville, shows that dur- children were burned to death in their ing the past year there were 33 murders home at El Paso, Wis , Sunday. J. F. Cover bought the Joe Goodo there. This is a terrible record, unrelieved by a single hanging. During tho farm, which was sold at public auction year 34 LouisvillianB committed suicide, the other day, at $42 per acre. Atlanta will send a long freight train 24 were drowned, 19 were killed by rail19 by falling acc- loaded with corn to the starving people roads and Btreet cars, idents, three by electricity, 10 by burning of Western Nebraska, on the 15th. Exposure at the recent fire in Louand seven by poisoning. The list includes 260 cases of unnatural deaths and isville caused Engineer Geo. H. gray hair to turn a raven black. shows that the coroner's office is no sine Mine. Nelson is an English woman cure, but a very lucrative position. who has a poud title. It ia ''butter and Judge Bucbwaltkr, of Cincinnati, de- cheese maker to the crowned heads of clined to permit the sheriff of Marion Europe." county, Ky., to take Aler Jackson, a colVeracious partita baye brought to ored fugitive from justice from the State Fensacola, Fla., entertaining stories of on a requisition from Gov. Brown, until the beach near by being covered with that official would guarantee that the frozen fish. ,, man would not be lynched. Jackson The republicans of the Nebraska shot a white man and fled and the chan Legislature gave John M. Thurston a cea are that hia neck will pay the forfeit unanimous caucus nomination for Unitif the frienda of the man Bhot ever get a ed States Senator. chanco at him. The Cincinnati judge is The victims of the butchery in Arnot altogether to blame therefore for hia menia grow in number as the story geti abundant caution. older. The latest letter writer says 15," 000 were massacred. Senator Sherman's effort to make During last year 4S railroads were sleeping cara reduce their rates meets placed in the hands of receivers, involv-nwith a cordial and general approval. If he 7,025 miles, 5190,017,000 of bonda and accomplish nothing more than to force f 199,144,000 in stock. the companies to pay their own porters, At Decatur, III , Wm. Florey, a herho will hnve earned the plaudits of the mit, was forced by robbers to give up traveling public. Two dollars a night $300. They held him on a hot stove till for a narrow bunk and 50 cents to have he told where the money was. the porter look at you is an imposition Seventeen persons, who were known that tho law should characterize as high to be in the Delevan House at Albany way robbery. N. Y., at the time of the fire, are misaing' They were employes of tho hotel and It is bard to keep a good man down. For some time, Mr. Walter P. Emerson, slept in the attic. Fourteen persons, saya the Georgewho used to do valuable service for the Times, has boon with the Oin town Times, died in Scott comity last Louisville cinnati Commercial Gazette in a repor-tori- year over 75 years of age. Tho combincapacity. Hia merits and his tal- ed ages of the 14 were 1,143 years, an avent have now been recoguized by the erage of over 81 years. Howard Perdue, correspondent 0 company giving him entire charge of its over the river in Newport and the Kansaa City Sun, waa shot and kill service ed by Monroe Bonysen at Paducah for Covington. publishing an article reflecting on hia Judge Lynch did not permit himself family. The murderer is in jail. The body of W. A. Schnieder, a to take many vacations during 1894. He presided at 187 hangings during the year, prominent young business man of Knox three of his victims being women. This ville, was found in the woods near that is deplorable, but it will continue to be place in a had state of decomposition. bo and grow worse till the lawful judges It is thought that he waa robbed first and juriea are more faithful to their and then killed. Mra. Irvine Tearring, of London, 0 oaths. If the courta wont hang men for by mistake put arsenic instead of soda in crimes, the people will. their her biscuita and her husband and chilThe Lexington Press and Transcript dren who ate them are in a dangeroua have consolidated and the promi60 ia condition. A dog waa given one of the made that that city ia to have a daily pa- biscuits and died in a short while per equal to any of ita size in the counMany a home in European countries try. The union wbb brought about by is brightened during the holiday season Mr. 8. G. Boyle, who bought out his by remembrances from tho United States. partnera in the Transcript and then en In three weeks preceding Christmas gineered the deal. It i8 a sensible move there wereaent tfrom New York City and will prove a paying one. alone to foreign countriis 131,690 money orders, or 2.9SI more than last year. New York State now haa republican Six hundred more cow enterpisrB of governor, the first time for a number City a mayor of were established in tho South in 194 years, and New York than during the preceding year. The the Banie politics, tho first of that first quarter developed 660 new enterfor 21 years. Truly are the times prises ; the firet half of the year showed out of joint and indeed have we fallen in a total of 1,149, and the last half of the evil ones. There is no land, not eyen year brought out 1,30 making a total can call Kentucky, that tho democrats for the year of 2,829. their own. Tho tariff act which became a law rosea fade, drop by August 2S laBt was not fully in force unOne by one the drop the State go.'s dry. Trigg county til Tuesday, when the wool schedule celebrated the last day of 1891 by voting and the item relating to dolls Christherself very dry. Every precinct but mas having passed went into effect. In one waa carried by the local optionista, the wool schedule, which includes all who are flhonting and giving God tho manufactures of wool, some of the most important reductions of the act are made glory for their famous victory. Gam-brall- 'a g al per-Buasi- Dr. W. Lee Smith, alias O. W. Calby Chief F.O. Nunemacher has bought the houn, was arrested in Danville, charged with forging tho Southern Magazine and will issue it in of Polico Helm, name of Reed Bros., binkera of Holland, February. was The damage to the Florida orange Tex., to a draft for $1,000, which cashed by tho First National Bank of crop by tho freeza is now estimated at Waco Tex. He waa visiting friends in $3,000,000. -- Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge's audi- Little Britain. John Fouarty, a wealthy farmer of ence at Terre Haute to hear him lecture Boyle, died from internal injuries receivnumbered only 37. by a Trigg county was carried by the pro- ed by being struck in the stomach a native of Irehibitionists by a big majority. Only ono calf a week ago. He was land, 63 years of , and leaves a widow precinct went wet. g-- A Christmas tree at Maretshurg delighted a crowded house on Christmas aftornoon. Mr. Si Martin, nasisted by Messrs. Houk nnd Otfena, distributed tho numerous f presents that ho beautiA fully decked tho evergreen bougliB. largo number of young peopio from this place attonded and expreesed themselves charmed with the trip. The entertainment which was given by tho band deserves especial mentioti, for tho excellent wny in which the plays "Tho olephnnt and jumbo jum" were rendered. The laughable recitation of our talented comedian, Hugh Miller, brought down tho house. Misses Nancy Kennedy, Florolla Brown, Bessie Nettie Cox, and Mra. Georcio Rico assisted in the play. Proceeds $25 -- William O L. Albright, con of tho late John Albright, died Tuesday morning at the residence of hia grandfather, Jones Houk, at this place, of consumption and was huiicd Tuesday it Marot-bur- g He was the eldest churchyard. eon, aged 23, and had been engaged in the drug business at Bnrboursville until some twelve months since when thai ilrpnilHiI iliflease. consumption, and haa suffered with it from that time. Tho Mt. Vernon Institute will open Monday, January 7th. Prof. Pierce, of Louisville. Prof. W. R. Dickersou and Mia. Rosalind Neabitt, of this p'ace. have been cnosen by the board of directors to conduct the echool. This ia an institution that all should take an interest in and help to start on a firm All petty peieonal and founda'ion. party feeling should be laid aside to unite our strength in advancing tho welfare the children. Nothing will help to build up our town more than a permanent school, nnd that which benefits one benRemem efits all in the a community. her that in union thtre in strength. Mr-C'ur- uur jepIs ax Wielded with Telling KlTcct TREMENDOUS CUTS! Winter Clothing, Underwear, Ladies' and Children's Clonks and Good Apron Check Ginghams, 44c. Hlankets. All Calicos Kxtra heavy Socks always sold at ioc, cut to 5c. Good quality ol Hlack Mose for ladies, sc. Ladies' ribbed vests, 15c, cut from 25c. Men's Underwear 50c per suit. Ill e, 3c Children's Cloaks, $1.50, . 2.25 . 2- Cut from 52.50 3.75 SO Ladies' . . 3 2.50, 00 4.00 4.00 5x0 7.50 9.00 10.00 . . 6.00, 7.00 J A good white blanket for 75c per pair, cut from Si. 25. A better, one for Si. 25, cut from $2.25. Good heavy grey blanket Si. 25, cut from S2.50. Men's Suits, Overcoats and Ulsters reduced to $$ from $S Mens' Suit, Overcoats and Ulsters reduced to $7 from $10. Articles of Incorporation the Boys' Suits, Short Pants, $1, Worth $1.50. Boys' Suits, Short Pants, Si. 50, worth S2.50. Hoys' Overcoats at St. 50, cut from S2.25. Gents' good wearing Shoe, lace or congress, Si. Hoys' extra quality Shoe, lace or button Si and Si. 25. waa cub cmpanl and two children. During the year 1S91 Internal RevThe underlined stockholders hereby astoclsle locttner in otutt to ior.. a corporation enue Stamp Deputy James Mi Posty stamrB, puriuant to Chapter 171 ol the General SUtutet of sold $2,471,659 worth of Kentucky. Their corporation 1 the greatest year's husiuess m tho histo- enumerated in Chapterhall pottos a all the powers Stat171 ol the General of the office at Lawrencahunt. ry ute ol Kentucky. An Act for the creation and then-selve- s tax-pa- id LOUISVILLE : STORE, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. regulation of private corporations April 5. iSSj. lecame a taw The authorised capital stock ol this corporator! shall be Hive Thousand Dollars divided Into shires of Kilty Dollars each, but this compan may begin business when as much as 50 per cent of the capital stock is subscribed, and no sloes, shall be ittued at leta than Its lace value and for money actually paid In for property at ita market value actually received and applied to the and Steele, 102 ery, Bold to Buckner authorired purposes ot the corporation or lor ser 1,214 lb. cattle at 3J. vices rendered and for labor dene and accepted at market value. The heaviest equine in the world is ItsSubscriptions lor stcck shall l paid aa fellows: owned in 50 per cent, to be paid on or before Jan. I, 1845, 50 horBe, a Norman-Perchero- n per cent. or tre balance to be paid on or before April 1, iSg$. Detroit and weighing 2,500 poundB. J. K. Baughman and Florence Yow-e- ll onAll later subscriptions fcr stock to be paid fcr demand. ci-ce- J. W. Smith, of Garrard, sold in Cln cinnati a car load of hogs at 4 70. Willis Adams, of Garrard, Bold to Armatead Adams 30 ahoata at 4c. Eleven hundred head ol horses were bought in Oregon recently at an averar.0 price of f 1.80. John Cook Bold to Faulkner Jc Rue, of Danville, three harness horses to bo delivered Jan. 25th, at $ 125. Mrs. Jennie Gatewood, of Montgom- Tne name of the corporation shall be the Canning Company and its principal place ol butinett shall Ixs the town of McKuiney, coun ol Lincoln, Stat el Kentucky. ty AUTIILK . cy STANFORD, KY, A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprictois, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, AUTICLE j. The general nature of the business to be tram-acte- d by this corporation shall be the canning and preserving t.ffiuitt and vegetables, the purchase and sale thereol and ot any other business per taining to the same. ARTICLE. Cynthian.i, Virsaillcs, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. HAPPY NEW YEAR. Thanking you for your trade, wc Still Sell ARTICLE 5. sold a car load of mules to Holliday Names ol resiliences, number of Bros , of Columbia, at $60. Advocate. a. noun s subscribed by stockholders: McKlnney, Ky The arrival of 6,74S,000 hogs in Chi- K L. Tanner, ' " Ware, cago during tho past year would seem to K M.Chetlcrfield, " " Wm " " city is getting tho fat las. H. V.nbook. indicate that that " " David A. llautjh, ' " of the laud. W. A Coffey, " I. I. Ileck, Threo Kentuckians and a Cincinna- A. II. Davidson, " " ti man have just bought a cattle ranch 0' Is'JM Kstes fori. A Ettes" EJ J. Tanner, 45,000 acrea on the4Isthmua of Tehuante li. D McCarty, Ml. Salem, " pec, Mexico. W. 1$. Kuld sold in 1 shares and to Shares 10 1 1 to ' I 1 " " " " DRUGS AND BOOKS, And Everything in our line at the Lowest Prices. -- .. I 10 a 5 lialtimoro cattle at 2 to 10 and bought for Lehman about UOO head in Clark and Bourbon at 4jto5c. They veighed from 1,130 to Winchester Democrat. 1.SC0 pounds. Baldwin haa closed a contract T. J. with tho Earl Fruit Company, of Loa Angeles, for hia crop of orangea on the Santa Anita ranche, California, estimated at about 130 care. Mr. Baldwin will receive from the crop about f 30,000. Thia probably is the largest orange sale ever made by a alngle grower. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. A A. II. McKlnney, lL'o J T Mc Kinney, McKlnney, 11 " 11 W. B. McROBERTS, Bookseller and Druggist. . V Kennedy, Sam. M Owens, II R. Sluder, U. C Lyon, l. ii , 1 11 Huttcnvitle, " a " t-- continue its existence for 15 ears thereafter, less sooner terminated according to law as prescribed in the Ueoeral Statutes ot Keutucky. ARTICLE 6. Tmt corporamn thill begin business aa royid for in Article, on or belore Jan. 1, 18,15, and un- ARTICLK7. The affairs ot the corporation shall be corduct-ei- l by such officers and agents as the stock holders my deem necessary to elect, consisting of a presiSecretary and treasurer and dent, venvral manacer. and bv a board of fWe directors. Tne othcers and board being elected annually by the stockholders on the 1st onday in December to hold office for one year or until their successors are elected and ouallhcd. In the annual election ot officers of directors each shareholder shall have a right to catt as many votes In the aggregate as be shall hold shales multiplied by the number of officers or direciors to be elected, and each shareholder may cast the whole number ot votes either in person or by proxy for one candidate or distribute his votes among two or more candidates. Should a vacancy occur it shall be filled by a vole of the stockholders, at any special meeting called for that purpose. TRADE WITH DANKS, - JEWELER. .FINE GOODS,. V! John Jones has bought a In the store of P. T. Welsh. Tho Ladies' Aid Society entertained half-inter-n- ut Prompt Attention, Sam'l Whitehead, aged 21, dropped ATTICLK 8. dead of heart disease Wednesday while The corporation shall not contract orincurdebta greater than the stock subscribed and paid for. visitiug a neighbor. ARTICLE 9. occurred on the Several ;quarrels The private properly of the stockholders shall street thia week. Although pistols weio be exempt from liability for tho debts ol the corporation. drawn no blood waa shed. AMll.UA IU. Alex. Miller, the darkey Who rescued Th e uncles of incorporation mar be altered ainpmlid bv a two thirds vote ol the stockholders Mra. Pascoe from the Lancaster fire, wea alanyaunual meeting, provided, however, that not less than raised at this place by Mr. M. J. Miller. ol the dclired one month's notice shall be given of change. of good side walks ia badly K L. Tanner, McKinny, Ky., 10 shares; F. M. Tho need Ware, McKlnney, Ky, 10 shares; Wm. Chester felt in thia progressive, boom town, field. Kings Mountain, Ky , 10 shares; J. II share; Ed M Ettes for Richmond street should have one at Vanhook. McKlnney, 10 shares; A. Caineniscl,, S. A. Estcs, McKlnney, once. j. 1.. necK .MCKinney, Jur'ge .McKinney, 5 shsres McKinncy. j shares, U. L, Mr. W. F. McOlary and share; E. J Tanner, onnson. MCKinney, snare o. i. nans, .mc Davison were here during the week. klnniv. share. The within articles of incorporation were gned Wm. McClure continues quite ill. Mrs. and acknowledged before me in Lincoln county, James Maret is some better. Ky , by K. L. Tanner. F. M. Ware, Wir. ChesEd M. Kstes. A II. Tho house of Jona8 Brown, near terfield, L. Hef Vanliok,J. Tanner, to be their act k and h. J. was burned Monday night. and deed, this Nov. a6, 1S34 Maretaburg, GEORGK II. COOI'FH, Clerk, Lincoln County Court. The family barely CBcapcd and had to Ily Cicero Reynolds, Deputy Clerk. to a neighbors in their night clothcei STATE OK KFNTCCKV. walk s COUNTY OF LINCOLN. J " Our good friend, J. N. McOlarv, hit frienda Chritt-ma- a 1, George II, Cooper, CKrk of thn Lincoln Counentertained three of ty Court, do certily that be foregoing articlea of day with an old Kentucky e. n., incorporation were on the 361I1 day of Novi mber, F. M 1S94, acknowledged by K. L. Tanner, which waa hugely enjoyed. No eingera Ware, Wm. Chimterfield, J. II. Vanhook, Ed M, L lleck, were in the crowd but when the fiesta Kstct, A. Cameniich, J.and befcre VA J. Tanner, lo Cicero lteynoldt be their act and deed departed, it was neked "when shall we my deputy as shown by hia e idorseinent thereon, in figures and words as follows, to wit: "The meet again?" within articles of Incorporation were signed and exercises at the court acknowledged before mc Lincoln CouLty, Ky., Tho Christmas by K. L 'lanner, F. M Ware, Wm Chesterfield, house were witnessed by an immense J. II. Vanhook, Ed M. Ettes, A. Cqmtnisch, J. latin" 1, to I. Beck The fa'riea and brownies ac- deeo. thliand Ed.6,J.1891 Georgebe their act Cand, crowd. k Cooper, Nov. quitted themselves with credit. Many by Cicero Reynolds, O. C." IAnd the same was lodged for record, whereupon have toccrded tho hearts were made glad by the gifts re- sarre and this certificate in my office. Witness my hand tins Ilec 1, i8y ceived. Mr. Edgar Albright mado a GEO. II. COOI'ER, Clerk, liy J. II Uu.toj, D. I, claua. model aanta 1 1 from 3 to 5 on tho afternoon of the 1st. Low Prices, r- Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Next Session Begins Tuesday. Sep.' 4, 1894. sMMtaisisitsuBsisssr " Full corps of Ccmenatorjr and Norrrul trtchers. Superior courses in LlUrilure, Music and Art, Kscclttnt Hoarding Deparlmtnt. Catalogue and circulars lurntlshtd on application. THK OK 1 Duroc Jersey Red Swine n. H. Bronaugh, Pror, CrablOrchnrd, - 1 . Camen-itc- h, Kentucky. I'lfii foi. sale from thelbest types of Recitterd SlocV. llrceders tccuicd Irom the bwit btrds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited. 1 I -- 111 11 itmhUm Is ', Receiving His -:D B.6.RDPLEY,- FALL - WINTER GOODS. call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me ( n iEMI-WEEKL- " '',"""' in ' ijipnijiitj "'"uty wmnfiiyi j w- . ' ." I" V, Jr. Y ' I lNTERIORjOURNAL A kiv choice gvvU left to bo Hold at reduced prices. Dinks, (lie Jeweler. - PlkaskciII nnd settle your account. mmd the momy to run my business. M F. Klkin. I Rk.-jt- . SrAwroitD, Kv., Jani'auv I, 18M Yooh account for call ami settle. W. IS01 is H. ready, pleasd MeUiberts. E. C. Walton, business Manager Foil Uknt. -- Cottage with 15 Crab Orchard. Apply to tho postmaster ' Foil Four rooiiM over our sta ble. Nice suite f jnt d ictor. M. S. & J. rooms in W. Biiughinan. ' Mistakb. -- O ir informant was mistaken. Only Knights of Pythias nnd their PERSONAL POINTS. Tub Somerset Ranking Co., declared a ladies wero invited to tho public installaLnGranRO, dividend of 3 per cent, and after paying Mn. John Melt Mount, of expenses, carried l,7fif) 80 to undivided tion hut nig'it. is vioitliiK' rulntivt'8 linn. profits. Lost. Tuesday mglit betweon June. Miffl Jknnik What in tmok from a visit tion City and Stanford a small grip. to (rionila in HarrodeburK. Fob Rbnt House and premises on Leave with Mrs. Goorgo D. Wearen aud Mich Moi.mk Fifk, o( Richmond, is Danville Avenue, now occupied by J. receive reward. R. G. Hail. iS'unwIluy. with Mib. I. I. M. Carter. Apply to Judge Varnon. Meadhs. M. F. Klkin and Joaoph 0. Miss Mary Varnon. Wk desiro to thank our customers for McClnry hto laid up with colds. m their liberal patronage durinir the year Com k and see us in our now quartern, of Miirwr, ia vlbi-tl- n Mn. 0. H. Sami-hon- , just closed nud earnestly solicit n continyou will find it greatly to your interest. lilrt brother, Mr. X. 11. Sampson. uance during the year Just begun. WilkMn. M. 1). Klmoiik alippt-- and fell Wo intend to do business If possible. inson Bros. Hughes & Tate. Tutmlay, badly uprained Ida rlht lt'R. Tiik fancy stock of Mr. W. 13. McAfee Mn. 8. W. I'jcrrnioNK, of tlio L. k N., Sijuiliic L. H. Aimmj writes that he and will not bo sold on county court day as Hpent ft tow dava with hla friend, J. W. several of tiio magistrates, whom we des- advertised by Commissioner R. O. WarFlow ere. ignated as "old fogies," voted for stand ren, tho plaiutifl nnd defendant having Littlk M.hv, daughter of Mr. and ard time. Glad to hear it. Tin unnir.. artived at a (initially satisfactory agree Frank McKinney, ia very Bick with Mra. ay be a back number now so far uh of ment. . piu'iituonia. fice is concerned, but he never can be nn Tub Cunniuithntn Quintette, which Mil Jamks Fiiii Iibh movt'd his family old fogy. will he with us Jan. 10, is composed of hack to Urab Orchard to tliu regret of thoyouiiKfolka. Havino sold out.our livery business, artists of recognized merits, nnd we Miis. Mahy Uaiitkii ntttirneil to her aintts shop and blacksmith shon. we risk nothing in guaranteeing a first claes in Lincoln after spending the holi- aro very desirous of closing up our busi- entertainment. Secure a reserve sent at homo days with relatives in thia city. Advo ness as soon as possible. You will please McRoberts' Bnd enjoy it. cati. lend us your afsiatance by payiug your Tub Knight of Pythias and their lady am moving account at once. Wo Mn. and Miia, 8. M. mean this. Yea-geri- friends wero MIbh Glenn Hlbb will busy decorating tho lodge out to their farm. Yeager. room yesterday afternoon nnd getting with then: her friends are eorry to KO Sosik one threw a lighted match on things in readiness for the public instalknow. V. Smith, of Garrard, came George McRoberts' umbrella in Penny's lation of ollioera last night. Mm. J. R. Ziminer, to bring his son, Ilulbert, drug store Tuesday night and it was who prepares tho banquet, had his dinover who took the train for St. Mary', where soon ablar.9. A box behind tho counter ing room liuautifully decorated with evwhere it was laying also caught and there ergreen" and bunting he ia attending Collide. Miw. K. 1. OwaLKY and Mattie Maya might have a conflagration, had it not Hki.ii -- Marshal Frank 13 lis was held leave thia morning for Columbus, Ga. buen discovered in time. in 5ti.i bond to tho circuit court for kill MiM 1'eorl Hurnside goca with them to Kveky account on my books in due to- ing Cage Roneoy. This is a surprise to rjinnin till next Summer. day. 1 need tho money and will make a those who lio.trd only the first reports of Jiikjk G. V. McUmmik waa down from stronger elTort thun 1 have ever made to the homicide, which nccording to tho Mt. Vernon Wednesday to get a casket collect them. l)u not ask me to take tho proof was nov a necessary one. Kills for Will Albright, a youut; tnnn whodlud Interest oil' on any account due laat July. claims to bo satisfied, saying that he will of consumption there Tuecday IhmI 1 pay interest and so must those who owe show a different state of circumstances Mk. H. S. Witiishh takea moru nos-piper- s at the final trial. me. II. J. McRoberts. and periodicals than anv man in Mobb snow, mote :ce, more cold. The this section, und hualwnya naves several Flint waa discovered Wednesday evendollars by ordering them through thin ing in the lumber room of the planing weather continues very disagreeable for ollice. mill, at Junction City, owned by Wiborg those who have business out. The streets Minim Kmma Maiitin, Mary Cnwtn A Haiina, and before it could be checked and pavements are as slick as glasa and and Margaret ilughea have leturned from 'JOO.000 feet of dressed lumber, worth many a man nnd n few women have their Christmas visit homo and entered $'."J&0 a thousand were burned. The measured their lengths on tho ground. with renewed zeal in their work at the (lames were cut oh from the mill, but it Tnere is no prospect yet of a let up for ColleRe. waa impossible to save tho lumber, which yesterday's dispatch read: JxjcoI raits or snow colder Friday. Mu. Mosk Cook, who has spent the waa atill burning yeHterday. . holidays with ids homo-folkat Huston Tub National Hank at Hustonville ville, took the train hern Wednesday for Tin: Cunningham Quintette Club, emmakes a capital showing. On a capital Nashville, where ho ia attending a school bracing first and second tenor, contralto, of &0.000, it earned f 1,801 71 the last six of pharmacy. baritone and basso, will give one of their monthB, out of which after paying exMn. A. C. Moohk, of Middlesboro, who refined rnd elegant entertainments at penses and carrying a small amount to ia now working the third "trick" in the Walton's Opera House, Jan. 10. Their profit and loss, n three percent, dividend dispatcher's oillco at Rowland, has mov program consists of a choice and varied was paid nnd J 1,000 taken to the surplus ed his family into the cottage vacated by collection of quintettis, quartettes, trios, fund, of which there is now $21,0C0. Klder W. E. Kills. duets and solos of sacred, secular end President 13d Alcorn nnd Cashier J. W." Mk. ami Mrs. Johiaii Bishop, who humorous compositions by the standard Hocker deserve the thanks of the stock-hoder- s. were called by telegram to the bedside, of authors. their daughter, Miiw Victoria Hiahop, at Tina is tho season of calendars and wo Tub next lecturer In the regular course Clifton Forge, Vr., writea Mra. Mm A beg to acknowledge handsome specimens is John R. Clarke, who appears on the A, McKinney that she ia some better. H. Klrby, the .Stanford insur- night of the 14th. "Mr. Clarke is no exMh. Gkokok W.Tmiiiiilk celebrated his from John ance man; the North Jelhco CoalCompa periment, this is Ids 20th year upon the 01st birthday on New Yearn, with n royal dinner, at which wero gathered chil- ny, with compliments of U. S. Nleld, public platform in the Fnited States and dren and grand-childrebesides many general manager; the Insurance Herald, Canada, and is beyond question one of & Gilbert, Louisville, the must versatile nnd captivating friends. Tho old gentleman is atill hale Louisville; Hradley who also send a valuable court calendar before the public, and and hearty. Mus. Hannah J. 1'otkkt had the honor for 181)5, Hood's Sarasparilla and Queen no course is complete without him. He L. is an entertainer that returns again nnd of entertaining her grcat-grason, Hew City Printing Ink Co., Cincinnati, aud again. His originality, wit, common Graham A; Sou, New Orleans itt Poteet Wilnon, of Lancaster, Fa., sense, humor, mimicry in song, dialect Christmas. He and his mother, Mra Tiik R Its. County Clerk G. 11. Coop- and oratory is simply electric nnd irreMary Poteet Wilson, are visiting in Har er has received tho nssehsmeuts of the sistible, all blended with the religion and rodahurg now. railroads that run through Lincoln. philosophy of life." W. S. Cu.sm.nuiiam, of tint Cunning-haThere nro 22 s:t miles of tho Cincinnati Quintette, was here Wednesday ar Turks Buhnko. Lancaster suflered n Southern, which are asseesed at 5oU,oiO; ranging for the comim; of his company 22. i'i miles of the L A: X. at $341,013. terrible calamity with the beginning of Ho ia n wonderfully gifted man with the year. Between 5 and 0 o'clock on I. ." miles of tho Kentucky Central at tho . pencil nnd brush and did some artistic the morning of the 1st, tho Miller HoV of the Cincinnati nnd Kenjlh,0J7 aud work while here. at JU.UOO. This is not tel was discovered to bo on fire. Four Mn. W. H. McKinnkv entertained the tucky Southern, people were in it at tho time and three very far from a million of dollars and as liahfl Well Crowd" at an elegant sup of them, I3d ward A. Pascoe, his child county gets 1st cents on each $100, per at tils home Tuesday evening. Thin tho mother-in-laMis. Masters, weie it will be seen tint the railroads help us and "crowd" is compoaed of 18 young pop!e things. burned, with tho building. Mrs. Pascoe largely in taxes as well aa other who spent a couple of weekH together at was waved by tho heroism of a colored Hales Well laat summer. man. Mr. Phbcoo was seen ftt the winTiik Odd Fellows decided Tuesday d dow of the second story, but it is night at their regular meeting that they CITY AND VIRINITY. he attempted to go back after his would not hereafter lent their Hall to baby and was sutlocated. He had been Thadk with Dankn, t)ior jeweler. tho Masons, Knights of Honor, Knights keeping tho hotel, but had moved everyNkw white kid slippers at Severance fc of tho Maccabees, Knights of Pythias or thing out, preparatory to leaving. The One brother to any other order. con. building belonged to Cpl. W. S. Miller, who voted in tho negative says that the It is against tho law now to kill quail Baptists have been called Belflsh on ac- who valued it at f 12,000 and upon which there was nn insurance of only K,000. or pheasants. count of one of their doctrines, and he .. will Although tho work of finding the bodies Going to move; buy your carpet from Is a afraid the Odd Fellows' action has progressed constantly since tho fire, be considered of a rather "close comSeverance fc Son. only that of Mrs. Masterd has been munion" nature. The various orders to Everything in winter goods going at will, however, bo granted the use of the found, up noon yesterday and it was in an almost an unrecognizable condireduced prices. Severance & Son. Hall until other quarters can be securod, tion, A diamond ring bolong;ng to her . which can bo any time from tho Opera and Mr. Pascoo's watch were found, but Cold as it has been here, wo hao liouso manager. no trace of the letter's body has been beard of no water pipes bursting or ovon iDeputy discovered. A men tub Moonsiiinkhs. freezing up. Rovenue Collectors J. M. Carter, J. W. CHURCH AFFAIRS. All three of tiie Danville banks de- Colyer and J. A- Burton returned a few-clared 5 ber cent, dividend nnd carried New York city has 523 churches of days ago from a, successful moonshine large amounts to surplus. all denominations. These afford a seatraid. They captured a pot still in Jack m ing capacity of 400,000. Tiik merchants and others say that son county with 1300 gallons of beer, and The Kentucky Baptist was sold last side of Bell county on tho north-eas- t collections aro mighty slow eo far for the in Pinoy Mouutain they found a large cop week for $2,010 to friends of the former six months ending Jan. 1st. per still and Becured its entire outfit. owners from Georgetown. Gov. Thomas P. Porter do not put off ico At theso they found no person, but in All tho farmers who getting till summer time have filled their Hnrlan county they came on ouu in full has united with tho Methodist church at houses with ice four to six inches thick. blast and when they ordered tho man in Versailles.! jlle is 70 years old and has charge to otep out and hold his hands never before, been a member of nny Mn. J. F. Dklanky, of Rowland, held answered with his revolver. This church. ticket No. 80, which drow tho sewing ma. up, ho In a letter enclosing his subscription put the posse on their mettle and they chino given away by Wr H. Wenren & for another year, our good old brothor, responded in kind, but tho fellow Co. dodged into tho cliffs and mado good Rev. T. J. Godbey, tolls ua of a glorious McKiNNKY.-- Sir Knight G. II. Ter-pau- y LaGrauge, his escape. The still nnd outfit was tak- - revival ho has just had at will deliver nn nddresaon the night on and with it a boy of 10, who claimed moro than 20 sinners being drawu into of tho 10th inst. at McKinney, for tho to be n hired servant. Tliero wero on the fold. benefit of tho order of K. O.T. M. Rev. G. S; Savage, agent for the hand 80 gallons of low wines and some of beer, which they let run American Bible Society, will preach at You nro urgently requested to pay 1.800 gallons Methodistichurch, tho second Sunpour account which is now Bnd ready for down tho mountain side, after destroy- tho day at 11 aud hold a mass meeting nt you. Don't postpone it, but como at ing tho still. Tho party hud a tough churches that night in the in of once and pay like n innn. H. 0. Rup timo of it, goingmany miles on foot be one the terest of that Society. cause of the roughness of tho mountains loy. m d On-K.ffc ' s sup-poaem j there. The Central Methodist says: 'The' printed minute of Kentucky Con ference, M. 13 Church, South, lSOI.shotf Hint only four of the 100 pastornlclnrcen pay every dollar nessed nirainst them in full -- Sjinenet, Danville, MaysvlUo nnd Scott Covington. Perhaps tho first named -- Somerset -- is tho most We have moved into remarknblo of all. Tho vear nreceedini! dial invitation to Somerset Circuit only paid 72(1, while the station, last year paid f 1,810, which means an advance of about 300 per cent, with nn increase of conversions nnd accessions of about 20 per cunt." MATRIMONIAL NEW FIRM, NEW STOlll AND NEW PRICKS. " t-- e .'i-fls- i- 'y flltwllii aF"r3K, ,' our New Store - R6om nnd extend to you a cor, MfcXmzfl!i 9 SMPJ . ...i : JSM Call In And See Our Immense, Line Of Furniture, &c. WITIIERS&IIO CKER, Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, .Our Stock of. Stanford, Ky. I JnATTTRS. ) magistrate married 2S eloping couples last week -21 couples hailing from Kentucky. William MoMullen, of Pittsburg, Pa , cut his wife's bend off with a hatchet and then ctit his own throat with n razor. At Goshen, Ind., inst week, Mrs. Mary Cooper, aged 30 yearn, ns married to Jamea Peak, aged 18. Tho bride had but recently been divorced. Doss Melts, a jealous lover at Ala., stibbed his sweetheart to death and tten took his own life. They wero to have been married Jnn. 1. James Meeser, Bon of Mr. Tilford Messer, and Miss Hortensd, the pretty daughter of Mr. Levi Myers, wero married yestorday nt tho btide's honn in this county. Wiley Shnw, tho L. and N. agent nt Ducker station, in Woodford county, advertised for a wife. An Alabama woman answered, and n few days ago they were married. Miss Helen Bailey Reid, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Reid, of Huston-vil'will be married Wednesday, Jan. 10th, to Mr. Joseph Lyon Conway, recently of Kansas City, but now of Oklahoma City. The wedding will occur at home'and will be a very quiet one. Mon-roeville, O.io Jefferson ville (Ind Drugs, Books, : Paints : LARGE And prices the very Lowest, quality considered. We can save you money on Watches Clocks and Jewelry. Come in and see. - And Oils is WELL SELECTED. G. L. PENNY, Exr. e, B. K. Wearen .Dealer In. 5 John Bailey McPherson died nt Mr. T. O. Ball's in Rowland yesterday nfter-noo- n after a protracted illness of n complication of troubles. Ho was 82 yea a old aud unmarried- - The remains wilt bo buried in tho Dudderar buryinc tmJt mp iP onA. 7 Buggies, Carriages, Carts Wagons, &c. ground this sfternoon. NEW ADVEUTlSLMErr.H. Farming Implements, Harness, Hay, Oats, &c Give him a call when you want to buy or trade. He will treat you right. See his stock and get his prices before you wander W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. off to another town to buy. SALE OF BANK STOCK. Tne umleriiKned udminiitratort of the estate of Americi llailey. dee'd, will on Monday, an. 14, 1895, Countr Court cy. before tho Court-hous- e in tsunlord, Kjr . between the hours of 11 and 13 o'clock, sell to the ighest bidder Klght Shares of Stock in the First National Hank of Hisnlotd and Two Sham tn the National Hank of Hustonville. 66 J. W HocVcrandJ I Ilailey, Admrs. 1 Jljl EL I XXBRift J Tffc Cmir Wr "SiW T JLmL X iL REMNANTS ! ANTS! ! REMNANTS ! ! ! DR. VT. B. FEUETSr, Dentist, Bargains ? Bargains Come to see us. Our A Stanford, Ky. Office on Main Are you lookin ;? for a remnant at a bargain? Remnant Counter is full of good things. Poat-Olf.e- e. Street. Opposite thr FARM FOB. SALE I Remnants of Plaid Dress Goods, Plain Dress Goods, Flannels, Calicoes, Ginghams, EmbroL deries, Laces, Cottons, Satteens, white-GoodsPercales, &c. , I will offer for sate at putllc auction in front ol Thurmond A Shelby's Livery htable in lunction City at 10 o'clock on Tuesday, Jan'y. 29, 1895, My Splendid Fruit Farm Containing Situated 1 77 Acres, mile "outh of Junction City This it a fine farm. There are 1,000 Hughe's Virginia Crab Trees and 300 Peach Trees on it. The farm is in a h.Rh state cf cultivation. F. W. HANDMAN. A?t., t6 td Junction City, Ky. All dre?s .oods go at reduced prices. You can buy a nice, all Don't wait until these goods arc picked over, wool dress for S17S but come at once. These will be put on sale Friday morning. Public Salo of Personal Property. On Saturday, auctioa BJIJlVJIflHAC!!! a & K Jan. 12, '95, tell at public At io o'clock, A. M., sharp, I will 2 Good Work Horses, 1 Saddle Mare, three years old, FOOT WEAR Of Every Description. One sood Jersey a Ilk cow and calf, i fine red milk cow, a heifers, a brotd sows ani some shnats, a lot of corn and fodder, i straw rick, a lot of fi a wood, wagon, t Krnpire Grain buggy, 1 Drill, good as new, plows wagon and buggy harness and various articles too numerous to mention Terms Sums of 1 10 and under cash in hand; over thst amount a crtdit oToo days. Negotiable liotes ith apuoved security payable at the First National llauk of Stanfoid required. No Pioperty to be removed until the terms of the are compile 1 with. Sa'e at my place known as the V 11. Miller larm 3'3 initea fiom Stanford ou the Crab Orchard pito. Remember the date, Saturday, Jan. ia. C.J CRAIG. d Stanford, Ky 1 85-t- Kip, Calf and Rubber Boots Men's Fine Shoe-- in Machine and Hand Sewed. Children's School Shoes. Ladies fine Kid Goods in welts and turns. ? H. J. McROBERTS. 3 " z--! 3 Big : Four HKSTL1NE ...-.int.- : Route, AND EAsT. M n - w s . n It Q- - TO THE NORTH All lines Irom the South make diiect connections in Central Unl jn Station, - Cincinnati, with .. tnrougn trains 01 me X31K t ruui- iu vuicku. St. Louis, Indianapolis, Colummi, Cleveland N ev all on York and Boston. For lull info.malion ne.rest agent or address lln a.ip.i initi .liUfC E. O McCORMACK, 1'ass. lratlic Mangr. M. S. Dai'Giimin. 3 o c H2T tro S c r.lil nil I'ltiir l'mir Cincinnati, D. II. MARTIN, Gen. Pass, and Tkt. Agt. I ' o (hllMmmmKBm, lLJmmmmmWmWS VimmmmWySmmWM lllmmmV MmmWrnU ' rr'O 3 0 c o " S w ?3 m era J W. llAflillMAN I filmmmmmmWmWtUmmm' ",t WmW sXmmW.mmmmmS?M"i ""I U' 'u'SHmWit -n in Ex-Lie- M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- yWHmmWLWiillSLmmmmmmmmBZZZmm MffBBBSgBJBJBjBJBJBJBJBSgBJSBBJSBSgSJafJM 2 o w o 3 c cr x c. w n g. o ' 7 rn j tr p rROTRlSTOKS o o z 0 IT LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Kentucky. Stanford, first-clas- m fMdwmmffl tmmwmmmiiiLmw sH 'Smmrmm ssiiib saa sarai'vVAaEaBncsjr?i v If you need livery give usa call. Nothing but s turnouts will leave our stable. See us for rates. In our HARNESS SHOP You will find a good assortment of Harness, SaJdles, Ac. llavosoitr repairing done by our man, he understands his business. We have a mechanic in our llri-dl- cs, BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee first class work and satisfactory prices, l'jy our horse ahoer. I - .! ii - - - - j 3 V p y Semi-Week- ly Interior Journp and Friday ' published Every Tuooday AT 82 3?JCR yWhen not YKAlt IX ADVANOK so paid f0 93.00 will be charged.- f IWkj mw If 6 OR 8 PAGES. IFI&IID.A.'Z'. EVERYnecessary. When sM MSasdCiff'. iti rffi . lit h u A cabin squatting on tho siilo of a hill; trees leaning back ns though ufrnltl of falling into tho ravino bolowj m., returning Train naves Rowland at 7:00 grass green under tho brow of a rook t sttop. m. ns If hiding from a cow that stood in L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. tho hollow, ringing her boll;, n hawk P1B ..l37 P hi Bailing round and round, darting his Mail tram going North.......... ........! South........ " - ............... it 51 pm covetous, hungry glanco at a pig sty Express train " South rs North......... ............31B1 wherounder a hen had taken rofugo -Local Freight North...................-- . ...936 in tho gurglo of water pourkig over a South.... passengen. o;p shelf liko'ledgo of slato stone; a boy The latter trains alto cairy The above Ucaleulated on standard time. Solai and a girl standing under a troo, dreamily gazing into a blue pool. Tho line U about 10 tninutti fter, month was June, tho scone, the backCRESCENT ROUTE. QUEEN & woods of Kentucky. "If I was that bass down there, Going North train pan Junction City as folVestibute Jtarti 6 a. m. n said tho boy, "and you was that perch, lows: Limited 3:35 p. m. Local ntop.m Florida I wouldn't let them common fish come Limited 4!ii. a. m, South-- N O. Vestibule Jis 1$ p. m. Florida a nigh 3'ou." Limited tatija. m Local 11: js p. m. Sho laughed. "Oh, you'd want to Vestibule arrives S40 p. m. eat mo all oy yourself." Ho gavo her a look of troubled proach. 8ho laughed merrily. "You can't take a joke yet, can you?" sh asked. "Why yet?" ho replied. "Bccauso you've got to bo so well nc- -t qualnted with me," sho rejoinod. , "Is that a reason why I ought to tako K.U. LOCAL TIME CARD. 11 -- Blue-Gra- Ves-tlbul- o Thcro, mother's callin' mfc, and I just know she's goln' to glvo mo nn nw- ful goin over for standin rqund hero foolln' with you. Qood-by- , and I hope I'll nover sco you again nil tho tlmo tryln' to kiss mo. sho cried, "I'm comln'." 8ho ran up tho hill, striking at tho trees with her bonnet. A woman, flushed Is. Yes-urn!" "Ah, I havo squeezed tho troth out of you, havo I?" "If you havo you put yourself to unnecessary trouble you might havo known it before." "Yes, I might, for tho poot always has been despised." "Oh. has ho? Hut if that's tho caso you ought to 1)0 loved." "Nell, you'll force mo to hato you." "I will? Uut why should you want to make mo bo happy?" Sho took up her sunbonnet, which had fallen to tho ground, and, holding it by the strings, stood swinging it like a pendulum. "Do you mean that?" he asked. "Of course. Why shouldn't I, Sam; you havQ made mo miserable all my life. Yes, you havo, now. All tho tlmo at school, whenovor nobody was looklu you'd nil the tlmo try to kiss me, and I hnto to bo kissed all tho time. "Why, you don't know how tlresomo it Blue-Gra- n rJ r n joke?" ? k fls I V v 1- 4- IV. "Yes; for I ain't nothin' more than a joko." "Well then," ho said, "I can tuko a joke I could take you." "Oh, could you? Hut that wouldn't bo a joke. It would bo awful serious JIbsofaieJy to me." -"Nell, don't talk to me that way. You know why I am staytn' here you A cream of tarter baking pow- know that if it wan't for you I'd go der. Highest of all in leavening nway somewhere and bo a poet. You the oinr, stood in thk noon. said ho Latest United States know tho strength. mo any more, and I take and couldn't learn mot her near the Government Food Report. it that when Hill Jlmison can't learn door, and pointing to a churn standing ROYAL BAKING'.POWDER CO., anybody anything he's goin' to bo a in tho shade near tho corner of tho poet. Jlmison told mo that I ought to house, said: 100 Wall Btroet. Now York. go away somewhere said thcro never "Thar's thnt thing standin' thar all would bo nnv chance for mo here. And ' tho mornin' and vou a foolln' round do you reckon I'd plow over yonder In (iolvn thnr on the braneli. You air trust A. S. that blazin' field if it Wan't for yOU? ft Rfl vn' nin't. nnmnniu.r nnnnunt. SURGEON DENTIST on tho faco of tho earth. Vho was Offico oyer McRobtrts Drugstore In the nasi that down thar a scrapplu' with you? Building. Owsley I know. Stanford. It mrr&m But you neentor tell me Sam Foster. hm nm was that A tritlln'er wretch never lived on tho faco of the earth." "He's goin' to bo a poot," tho girl re- r plied, taking an apron oil a lilac bush and tying tho strings about her waist. "And what's that, for goodness' sake?" the woman exclaimed. "He'd better m.fcmrce J Pure 6chool-teach- er angry-lookin- g, l PRICE, ,,!! jtja 4Mm8&d good-for-nothi- n' I f h Befreshmg Bath.Hot or Cold, A stylish Hair Trimjor Clean Shave, go to "OU, QUITl" SUE CRIED. r I Cook Ss Farmer's JBarbor Shop. Thcro ain't nothin' in tho ground for A. G. Lanham John B. Castleman. ROYAL In urance company mo to dig out my fortune and my famo are in tho nir and tho woods." "Oh, shucks, Sam, why don't you grabble all that foolishness out of your head and go to work. I reckon I've gono to school as much ns you have, and I never have thought about beln' a OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE &OASTLEMAJN MANAGERS, Oomraorce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. W. A. TBIBBXiE, Local Agont, STANFORD, KY. "Maybe it is becauso you nover havo been In love," ho replied, half pitifully. "Mnybo so," sho rejoined, and then in excitement cried: "Look thcro! tho bass has caught tho perch!" And sho had not more than said this when ho seized her in hisnrms and passionately, violent!' kissed her. "Oh, qultl" sho cried. "Don't I toll you! Mother is in the door and will seo you. Qo away, you j'ou fool!" Do released her and stood gazing at her. "I despise you," sho said, Wisconsin Central Lines. poet" Cluclimatl mid T,his stable, which Is run n connection with th bo thlnklu' about cuttln' them sprouts Mjers House, has been supplied with Shortest, and quickest betwrn outcn that poro old field that dasher." Sho sprang forwnrd and threw her ho's afllioted with. Convjienco nllvo, I Georgetown nnd Pnrle, A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, arms about him. "Oh, I am so glad," Frankfort, MayBvillo, Gynthifimi, pity tho woman ho marries." Onrlislo, Buggies, Wagons, "I don't reckon ho's old enough yot sho cried. "And you may Ids mo all Falmouth and Covington. ruwuer s Supplies and Is better than svit nn to think about marryln' anybody," tho the time." uppl the public With Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains prcpaie, girl replied. Having tucked up her run by C.ntr.l Standard '1 line. FinsT-oiA8- 8 maa of all. kinds, Tiiue TabU Nov. tl, 1(94. Bktrts she had begun to ply the churn No, i. No. 7. Personal and No j. I TR.AINS EAST. dasher. piomplatunlion given to Waddings p. ns. p. ni. Partita and HurlaU. m. "Not old enough," the woman 00 tave Franktert 4 00 P. V. GREKN, My stock of Millinery and NotlonsJIs kept con. ' Summit.... 10 4 06 ....706 snapped. "My sakes nlive, I'd llko to I Proprietor. 4 11 Kllnorn... by weekly purchases and jcu ij A HURNS, Manager. ...711 seo u fool too young to think about itantly complete " Swiuer. I 40 4 iS 718 can alwars find what you want I Invite you to sS s 00 4 noe gittln' married these hero days. And I s 10 Unvall.. ... 4 34 7j warrant you that thar uir gals fool call and Intrect MISS LICCIE nEAZLKY, a so Johnson 4 40 7 40 FIRST NATIONAL BANK enough to marry him. Oh you nccnter Ueotgctown..U ..74 4 4 U Stanford, Ky. S. Depot C joo .7 Jj SJ jerk thnt dasher around, for j'ou know OK STANFORD. KY. Newton.....,. .... Boo SOj i to It's a fact. I do believo you'd be fool 8 16 Centrevillc ' JJS Stockholder.-- ' MccUzijj. i F.I11 abeth 8 o 3 4S Capital Stock J '3 enough yourself." 3200,000 Arrive Paris 5 si 400 ..C..... I jo A of the stockholders of the Farmers The girl was silent. She had ceased " Paris Junction Surplus 21,300 Hank and Trust Co. will beheld at their Unklne to piy tne cnurn uasner, siio stood mo- house Stanford on the first euncscar In Jan tionless, gazing down tho slopo toward uary. 1895, for the purpose of electing 11 Directors TRAINS WEST. No. s. No. 4. No. 8 No. is Attention of the public is invited to the fac p to. a. m.. that this Is the only National Hank in Stanford tho pool whero bIio and the young fel- to icne the ensuing year. OVVSLKY, Under the provisions of the National Hank Act l.ve Paris Junction . Cashier J4 J.B depositors are secured not only by the capital low had watched tho bass and the Lve Paris C 0 63 4 J$ 9 45 hlll-sld- o n tlmo in her life sho was serious. Shu turned to her mother nnd Bald: "I urn awful sorry I turned over that churn. ' The woman was surprised. "What's tho matter, doar? Never mind about tho churn. What's in the note, NclHo?H "Nothin'; only Sam Itas gono nway nnd won't come back tell ho's a poet and I'm afraid ho won't bo ono before Christmas end I want him now." "But maybe ho con git tho job before thon. It's a good while till Christmas, and a good muny things mout turn up 'twlxt now and thon. I)on't fret none." But sho did fret, Sho frottcd for weeks nt a time) at morning when sho saw tho dew on tho trumpet vine, at noon when sho stood, gazing Into the bluo pool, nt evening when the sang his Bad 6ong. Tho season ripened, tho grain was reaped, tho leaves had fallen Christmas was approaching, coming slowly down, It seemed, from tho browning hills. Christmas Kve, Christmas night. The girl stood In tho door, listening. No sounds except tho faint hack, hack, hack of nn evening's woodchoppcr, far awaj, and tho lowing of n cold and cow in tho ravine. Ho did not come. Tito grass was green ngain, tho leaves camo out, tho blackberry briars were in bloom, tho water pouring over tho shelf of slato struck a sweetur, sadder note. Tho season drew a long breath and another change came. It was Christmas night, and tlie girl Blood In tho door. Tho belated hack, hack, hock was heard, nnd tho sanio cold cow was lowing in tho rnvine. "Good evening." "Oraolous alive, is thisyou, Sam?" "Yes," ho said, still standing back from her. The firelight fulling upon aim snowed that he was well dressed. "Won't you como In, Sam?" "No, for you'll stll havo to despise me." "Why?" Bccauso I'm not a pocL" "What arc j'ou, Sam?" "I am an agent for n patent churn whip-poorwl- "Now thnt out you hate mo and : don't want to le klscd nil tho time, I nm KOln' away to bo n poot, nnd nvhoti I nm one I know you will love mo some and will let mo klsso'ou or rent. The? are on Main Bit ei, in me priuciH" At the Lowest Prices, Mia M.J MIl.LEll.bUnfotd. a part ot tho ttmo nt leant. If I don't bocotco block. 73 And would oil the attention ol ladles to the fact a poot I nover will como back again, for beln' n that Mrs u II I'ruill is silltns tho poet Is tho only way loan win your lovo, for latest styles In that Is tbo only way I can learn to tell you how muoh I lovo you, and when I havo dono that : you can't holp lovln' mo. for then jou will soo I will give the above reward for the rret auil my soul all blazin' for you. I don t reckon I conviction of tho thlives who broke Into my store Stanford on the night ol Dec jicI can got to bo a poot boforo Christum, but I in84 Chianer than they can te bought S. 11. SHANKS. 1'ioduce mi" as cash km suro I will by tbon, to you may look for mo Christmas; and If by any strano possibility I of Corn. 100 don't Rot to be A poet In tlmo to reach homo by I Christina, you Just keep ou u dsplsln' mo an KINO A PRUITT, much as you please, tmtysu muiitkcepona At my store you will Sad one ol 'ho finest Morpland. Ky waltln', nnd don't let anybody oho irrab you up llko the bass dono tho pearch, for n I toll you stocks of Miltlntry and Embroidery Matcilal ever brought to Stanford. I have paid cash for my goods I'll bo back Yours, and sell them for cash, so low that yeu will le Sam." A change came with tho reading of forced to buy Iroin me. An examination will contho note. The noon In her eyes so- vince you and you aie Invited to male it. MRS. A. A McKINNEY. bered Into a twilight. For tho first I hrvvo found paper, Tun TtTvay rfSlori tllslanco; On OALH. new, Fairbanks Stales that dtaw 4,noo Ihi. Thoo wishing to puichsje win halted, and read tho following: illedioc please rail on me at Stanford. John S oil Onoa-- h rse wagon, nearly II 11. KING. G. II. 1'R We now have a full line ol STORE ROOMS. ?.WSS General Merchandise, $50 REWuSlUD. To Tli Xtadios Millinery Goods, Barrels Wanted, M0FUMB1TTS. J. TO THE IiADIES. I desire to call your atteutlon to the fact that 1 am ready toit.rc you In Dims Making in any GRANITE mid 2IZAIII1L,IS. KAnTlNS&CO., brit mattrial and all st)ltn. I tak. the best Oshlon Journu'a and Weed posted on what ladles should wear. Trices reasonable Come in and give me a trial. I emptor none but lint diss help Rtspectlully, 77 6m MISSMVRYD MUTH, Stanford, Ky. and workmanihin Onicrato Third Sticet, l.ouhv.llc, Ky. Mnninrllirr, Vcimont Yard and Work and Carrara, Italy. Lonr esprrUnre; on nal uetlgii.; satisfaction guaranteed. 80 Rudders from original desigut and hp, B JONIS J. T J0NI.I, MOB. J. B. HIGGINS, ..Dtaltri n ...... All Kinds Stanford, A of Coal, Ky. JOITES BROS., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Sole pnprittors Dean's Illack Dlanond Roo Paint Kstlmaira fi,rnltned for painting Wood, Metal and lion Roofs, Satisfaction Guaranteed. All tools painted with Dean's Illack Diamond Paint guaranteed for years Dealers In best cistern Pumps and Galvanurd Iron r liter. 67--1 m Stanford, Ky. ll Treat Fof The I.iulics. Miss Moo it will arrlvn October isl, with everything that Is hi w mu itstuuy In the way ol Pleas callnj tannine my stock before buy log Myiniccs shall he the loves 1 hanking you lor past tavora, rtaptctfully, ijlDUtiKAK, auagrr. KAIL THE RILEY K. D. RILRY, HOUSE Kentucky. rKAKK R1LIY. Proprietor, London, Oood 7; - ties-olat- o MISS LOU ELLIOTT, TRAINED (P. O. UOX ltKriRKxces penter. Pis. I have moved to my new Hotel jand am Lvllsr jiteparid than ever to accommodate, the public. i.ivcry attached and .very COOveaUuc. de tied. Give me a call. INTTRSE, ii.? and Car-I- STANFORD, KY. filler, P.yten i D. S. tl CARPENTER, J. II. Green In tv At the well known old stand ot Hustonvlllo, Has just received - a Kentucky. wood-chopper- 's FOB. RE1TT. A Nice Fire-Prool beautiful line of Brick Store-Roo- m at South Somerset, Rest location In "ynierMt for Gents' I'sirnlshlng goods or any business where a cash trade is i!e mrtd. Address Perkins ft Hsddith, or call on Dr lUddlsh on premiser, Sootetatt, Ky. bo Surroys, Phacton3, Bugfjiea, &c. Furniture and Stoves. Genuine Oliver Chilled Plow!. Step in and see a nice tine of Rocklrg Cbaita and furniture. Hlovts Cheaper tl an ever befutr. Lleery Stable and illacksmilh Shop Par Rent. MYERS HOUSE P.W.GREEN, Prop. Ky. Midland Ry, MYERTT ST ABDLX Unly Duec Line between Frankfurt TO THE LADIES sv. 1 1 1 4 111 perch. . San Francisco Portland "Yes," the woman repeated, "I do believo that you'd be fool enough to marry him j'our&olf." "Well, if I was to, I might not bavo to churu nil the time," tho girl replied, resuming her work. "That's a fact," the woman quickly agreed. "Yes, that's a fnct, for you wouldn't have nothin' to churn." "WcU, I'd rather not have nothin' to churn. I wlth there wa&n't a cow nowhere. I hate 'cm. All tho time goin' about caubin' folks to churn. If I was to marry it man I'd sco thnt ho didn't lmvo u cow." "You can safely marrj' Sam, thon. Ilo'll never have one ho'll never hitvu Stockholders' Meeting:. meeting of the stockholders of the National Rank of Hustonville will bo held at their banking house In HuMonville on the second Tuesday in January, 1895, for the purpose of electing nine Directors to serve the ensuing year, between q and 11 o'clock, a, m. J W HOCKER, Cashier. A Arrbtamp'g (nound 1054 Arr Swttzer.. . . ...11 04 Arr Elkhotu .11 11 Arr Summit 11 17 Arr Frarkf. rt A 11 tj Arr Klliabeth .. 9 38 Arr Centrevillc..., .10 to , ...... ioe Arr Newtown ArrC. S Depot.. .1018 Air Georgetown II tojs Arr Johnm.t 1041 Arr Iluvall .io 47 6l li 19 64 6 45 6 6J7 7 651 7 47 8 CO 8 10 7 03 7J S JC 830 13 Stockholders' Meeting;. A meeting of tho stockholders ol the First National bunk of Stanford will be held at their banking hviu.c on the second Tuesiay injanuary, 1(93, for the purpose el electing 11 Direters lor the eusuniK year. JOHN J. McKOHEIl IS, Cashier. 7 16 7 V o 90J Sunday A coiinects with 1.. A N. II connects with Q .V C. and I.. S. C connects with K. C, NtiTr Nos i, a, 3, 4, 7, 8 and is, dally 0i See Sunday trains belaw. stock, but by the stockholders1 liability for aa amount equal to the nock, so that depositors et this Institution arc secured by a fund of $400,000. rve eworn statements of the condition of tha bank srs insdc yearto the United i J" ment and eachassets are eiamlncd Stales governIts at stated times by government agents, thus securing addilitoaa perfect safety to depositors. snd This institution, originally established as toe Deposit Hank of Slanlor-s- a 1838, then ned aa the National Hank ol Stanford In iSf and again as the First National Rank ol SUnlord in iS8, has had practically an uninter rupted existence ol 31 years It Is utter supplied now with laciltltes for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and except honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully sollc-te- d. 4 51 5 II A World's Fair; Record. CHICAGO YIA ir - 'B "'ft louisvuic HwAigm Chicago Rr o- - I I rUXiLMANSAND PARLOR CARS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE FINNING - DINING - CARS. WRITEJTO H. BACON, D. P. A.. F. J UEED.G. P. A K. Chicago, III Louisville, Ky. ii. Through line from Chicago to St. Pau nd Minnenpnlip, mnkitiK close connection (no transiffr) with lim-- running to all points in Minnesota, North avid Soutti DrtkotH, Montaurt, Idaho, Oregon, California, nnd Pacific Coast pomlp. The direct line to all points in Extern, Midtl'e, Northern hikI WeMern WiFconBin, Dulutli and a'l Lake Kiierior pointp. Double d.tily through train sers vice ith equipment, ForfuU particulars addreES any ticket agent in the United Slates or J. C. Pond, general pmeenKer agent, Milwaukee, Wis. a FOK RENT. Asit-lunt- l, firfct-clne- it u. lien S.111V vs aluk, raul. ..-- Denver. V0U AKS GOING IF I OK SsTOHTH THE WEST, 4i Louisville a, NaeHvtiLC R. R. 1 her, though with lessening harshness, It." when the mirthful apology und the 13 and 50 cent bottles for slid by Dr. S. G. reprimand were put to nn end by tho Bally jttouble connections at ilurker, drug jiit Stanford sudden appearance of a man, who, Makejclose CINCINNATI Those who have All FrooKing's New Dlsccv lazily turning a bend in the path that LOUISVILLE And used Dr. u corner of the house, camo cry know its value and those who have not have For all points. now the opportunity to try it free. Call on the adslouching toward the woman. He held THROUGH vertised druggiit and get a tnal battle Iree. Send up a piece of paper, fluttered it, and your name to II K Ilucklen A Co., Chicago, and n get a trial bottle of Dr. King's Now Lite Pills as drawlingly said: r.rifo.-qortwell as a copy of Guide to Health and Household "Got this here fer Miss Noll." Stanford, Ky Instructor free All of which is euiranteed to do Pass. Agent, "For mo?" tho girl cried, running W. A. McQUOWN. Tnv. you goou anu cosi you Homing ai A. K, rennj's drugstore. him. Sho snatched thojleoo of function City, Ky lithe line for you, as its ol cruup I and that Is the last cf "Woll, then, I reckon I have, for I do love him. Yes, I love him so much that I despise him and I could knock hint down." ' Gracious alivu!" tho woman cried. Any one u ho has children will rejoice vith I., "You've upset the churn and all the Ills little boy II. Mulfutd.ol I'lalnvtle N.J. Como back hero to me. Kor to milk's gone. five ) ears o age, was sick w th croup uaysaml nights he tried various remedies recomsays: "I You'll beetle your neck it runnin' oft nelghbota mended be Mends aiid lie thought sure I thought sure I would lose uim I down thnr. You nro tho fetchtakedest bad seen ChamberUm's Cough Remedy advertiscreeter I ever seed." as a last hope ed and thought I would try it The girl camo back, laughing an alii am happy to say that after two doses he alt pt umll rrormng. I gave it to liini next day and a apology for the mischief which she had kcrpth-- remedy in the house cure effected. now and as soon as any of my children show signs wrought, and the woman was scolding 1 s When sjio win a Child, she cried for Caatorlu. When sne became Miss, Ehe clung to Castoria Vhen she lnd Children, she gpvethpm CaHtorU br t'nitorl "Hush sich foolishness. It would depend altogether on the woman he got." "Suppose ho pot mo?" "Look here, Nell. You Rln't thinkln' AsKxeculorofMrs S. M. Nrwlard dee'd, I about marryin' him, air you?" on County Court Day, MO.NDAY, JAN " 'Lowed I might, as ho ain't got a will,1805. In front of the Court House door in 14, cow, and that's about all I'd nsk of aunlord, Ky , expose to public sale j J him. Jlut, mammy, suppohu I was to 202Sbares of Stock in the First tell you that I lovo him?" you had lost your iNational Bank of Stanford. "I would think unythinp." "Ilo'll have a wifo if ho marries, reckon." "Don't jou sass mo, Nell. I won't nave it." "I wouldn't sass j'ou, innmmy. You know I wouldn't; but ho would have a wifo if ho married, wouldn't he? If he didn't there wouldn't bo any uso in marryin', would there?" The Rodemer place at Rowland, Ky. Good dwelling and 104 acre ol fine land Possession I given Jan. J. S OWSLEY, Jr., f i, 1895. So tf Stanford, Ky ustotice will pn-se- 1 All persons having claims against A. It. Penny them properly pros fi. to me at once, and those owinL' the estate uro earnestly requested to settle. uEO. L. PENNY. Kor . 81 Id Stanford, Ky The Directory ol this ilsnk is composed ol SUNDAVTRAINS. Leave Georgetown 10:33 A. M.; arrlse Korwtus Rod, Lincoln county j at Frankfurt n 35 A. M. 3. T Harris, I.lcealn; 1.at Leave rranMeit a 15 P. M ; airlvc at G. A. Lackey, Llnceln; Georgetown 3 15 P. M J. W.llayden, Stanford; Tho Kentucky Midland Ralwayand cenotc-tion- s S.ll. ilaughman, Lincoln; form the shortMt and cheapest resits to all points South, Kast, N'crth and UVt J 8. llockcr Stanford; Kor further information apply to their agents. W. A. TrlbMe, Stanford) C. D. IILRCAW, (.en I'ass, Agent. M. D. Klmore, Stanford; C.y.O. II II MU'Klt.Gcn Supt T. P. Hill,Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J.Miller, Mt. Verncn' J s Ifocker, President; John J. McKoberts, Cashier; A A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier, AND West NORFOLK RAILROAO. SOLD TO Banls Stook for Sale. WESTER! Farmers BanMTrnst Is now Co Or STANFORD, KY., fullyorgauucd and ready fer business with -- TICKETS ALL POINTS: Paid.'up Capital of Ecnces." ft St Id J. C. MASON, Executor of Mrs. d M. Newland. TO THIS CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. The New OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, lJJE WEST, NORTH-WEST, Surplus, . $200,000. 21 000. Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., S0UTH-WE- Mill, S1 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE gte It to them Is now In full operation, and invites the attention ol the builders of Lincoln county to its material, Note superloi workmanship and low prices. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL. HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same asselaand under the same management. J'y provisions of Its chaiier, depositors are aa fully protected aa aie depositors in National Uanks, iU shareholders being held individually Iiaole to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, In addttiou to the amount invested In such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as sn individual. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank at Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will contluue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty yeara' experience Ii banking andas liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. DIKinORSf f A NORTH AND EAST. 'UUMAN VESTIBULED COACHES. SLEEPING AND DIHINO s Trains SOME OF OUR PRICES: Perfectly clear poplaror yellnw pine flooring at hundred. Aslox us $13 per hundred, 'erfectly clear yellow poplai weather boarding at Jt 50 per hundred. As low ai i 30 per hundred Allpatterns and thicknesses of Ceiling In yellow pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, aa low aa f 1.33 per hundred. Double dressed lumber as low as ! per hundred, lieautiful ellow pine finishing lumber, quarter oak, Ac. Save money by giving us yout J J. Williams, ML Vsrnon; . iw- -" i swi CA1M SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE ran-roun- VORFQLKWESTERN RAILROA! CHEAPEST, BEST AND OVVZ&& QUICKEST LINE. to-wn-rd I I 0nie,,TlIE LANCASTER PLANING 73.6m MILL, Lancaster, Ky. s, Descrlptli Wrlto for Rates, Mat. tunplilcts, to any Station Agent, or to M, r. BRAOQ, w. a. BCVILL, ALLCN HULL, Tntrllat Tsm. 1$ .'irM.frrigt. 1)1,. fbH'.frr BOISOKK, Vi. 10LIBIU8,0. K01S0IE.T4. TIme-Tnble- ll. S, H.Shanki, Preildent. Dr. J.H, Owsley, Cashier, W. M. Brgbt, Teller . H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S.Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J. R. Owsley, Stanford; J. P. Case, Stanford; William Gooch,,Staalord; A. W.;Carpenter, MllledgevitU, K W. H. Cutnmini, Pt eachorsvill