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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895010801 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. ,s. V Semi Weeklif Int ERIOR JOURNAL VOL. XXII. IN MEM0R1AM. &- STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 8, 1895. Stock Dull, but Prospects Bjller. ITvtfce BdlternfTh Interior Journal.) CRABOnCHARD. i NO. 87 OF A 10"' WURE. - "V. At n Bintoil conciuvu of Ityan Oominan. dery, Xo. 17, KiiIIi1h Templar, hold on Dec 1SHI, thocominlttie on tlio death ol TaBt Commander A. It Penny, reported ns follow e: "Leavea have tlit'ir timo to full, Anil llowera to wither at the North wind's breath, ant but nil, And atari-tThou liaHtnll pi'hmoiib lor tliluo own, oh! Death." Sir Knlitp: An alarm haa coino to, t'he door of our asylum and thu A pilgrim warrior hna Kur was death. 8ummond and "there ia no diabeen charj-In that war." A burnlntftaper o' and nor e, life lias been arid Holy Ono cm none savo the Midi rollKbt it. On Dec. 7, ISO I, at his homo In Stanford, our beloved Frater, l'dut Commander A. U. Penny, passed peacefully to his rest. It washiKh 11! with him. Ho was touched by the Hiikit .of death and ho sleeps. "His work was not done, yet his Ho was endeared column was broken-'- ' to us by lonit and intimato amoeiation and loved because of hiH many Rood oualitieB of heart and head. In his pri vato lifo ho was a valued citizen, widely and warmly loved and respected. Aa a KniKht Templar, his sterling integrity and intellJKent zeal and devotion to the principles ui Christian Knighthood were fully known and appreciated. I' or many yeara lie labored faithfully in every branch of Masonry. Hut Ida "word is sheathed and his earthly pilrimauo 1b ended. "To his name and memory lo justico done and may the recollection of Ids virtues remain enshrined in the " n hearts of his Borrowing fraters Knight, farewell. Unlit companion, bu tho nshes upon thee, and may eunshino of heaven bvam bright on thy waking. " Life's labor done, Serenely to his final real ho passed, While theMoft memory of hla virlueayet Li n Kern like the twilight hues, when the bright sun has et." Wo recommonil that a memorial page suitably inscribed, be set apart in our records to his memory, and that a copy o this report be furnished tho bereaved family of our deceased frater, and also to tho I.ntrhioh JouiSAl.and Kentucky Ad vooato for publication. II. G. Sandlfer, 0. N. Smith, W. () Goodloe, committee. '7, o j j mew-en-- - e oxtin'-ulahe- d LKxiNtiro.v, Miai, Jan I Mra Slaughter has moved into her ' I arrived at Georgo V. DavU. a Perry villo merthii p'aim Dtfeember 21th and found new hoimu on Linoaslor streeot chant, haa assigned, witli liabilities of overthlug vary dull. Ci r I crops made K'd. Courtney, of tho llibl College, $1,000. but cotton worth only Hoincn Woods, who killed JnmfB Tlioro ,have will preach in the Christian church next been several hundred wwtoru horees Lotd'a day. Martin at Paint Lick, was hold in joOO sold in this county in the hut three Prof Smith has returned from his bond to answer. months at from 110 to 1 10 so tho trade is visit to friends iu Ohio and rusurnud his John Gabbird, of Madison, while out hunting slipped and fell, and his gun badly do Moralized. There is btill Homo duties in tho public school. College Homo opened itH second was discharged, tho shot entering his ab for mule but at very law prices. Little douiiiud for horses at any term quite prosperously with several domen and passing upward through tho price, though there aro more corn and new faoea to number nnd others to lunga. When found lifo was extinct. Oiiar'os McOhord, a Uoyle county moat iu the- county than tlioy hivo had follow There is "room for ono more." in many years and I think tho county is MrB. Annie James and littln ihugh. farmer, who haa been mifsing two in better fix than usutl. I hopo there is1 ters, Marguerite ami Nanuin Danton, of months, was Been last week iu Now Or. l. . o ....i. r n tvnnil .. rs""" 4tr.li. bum ii iimu iir win oiuwiurn Stanford, were pleasant visitors laBt leans by J. W, Hell, formerly of Richpeople. week to the family of Mr. J. II. Stephens mond. Later McOhord left for Mexico-Hleft a wifo and children, who have Thinking that my homo people, per-lnp- s. Dr Wardr, of Louisville, Oiled tho would liku to hear mmothlng of pulpit In tho Haptist church last Lord's Bono to tho homo of Mr. McChord's l. uuyM uliij MCE Wcare now to be f mn 1 SALE ! litlln-domui- d our new quarters opposite the Court-Hous- e and shall make some prices for our custo Tiers in order to close our winter stock that will astonish all." in yt - '.. That were worth 15 will be sold for S5. for $2 50 and $3. Our Mens Winter will be sold for $7 50 and those that were Sio Misses Cloaks that were 5 and $6 will be sold ir e t thus sums up Tho Courier-Journuight'n murders: Near Falls Saturday City, Texas, three men woro found dead on the roadside within a short distance of each other. It was evident that ah three wero slain by tho same person Near Manor, Texas, two MexicanB were ahot aud killed. There waa a woman in the case. Near Sylvania, Ga., George Uolling-T- , colored, waa killed by aesat-sinNear Ed wards, Miss., a prosperous negro farmer and his wifo wero found near thtlr cabiu beaten to death. In Mott street, Now York, "Lize, tiio man," a notorious character, throw n lighted lamp nt another woman, who was burned to death. At I'tica, N. Y., Mrs. Flint shot aud killed her husband and badly wouuded his mother. Under the title of "Tho Dream City' there comes to us this week n very hand, some urt series of photographic views. Tho volume contains 01 high class photo engravings size 11 by 13 inches of selected and representative views of the Co lumblnn Exposition. Tho cover iuliaud somely designed in gold and coloia, and tho work throughout is tho porfectiun printers' art. The collection of viowa In offered at a special price of 50 cents, pou tage paid. Address, Tlio N. 1). Thompson Publishing Co , 1120 I'ma Street, St. Louis, publishers Educational Art Series. Tlio largest county in tho I'nitttd States is San liaruardino, California, with an area of 21,000 tqttaro iniliw. There Hro eight States nnd ono Territory smaller than Smii ilornurdino county, which li largely a dewrt. Daniel Craig, the first general manager of the New York Associated Press and n pioneer in tho establishment of fast ntiw service In tho United StatS died Saturday at Asbury.Park, X. J. Superintendents of all stations in poBtolllct-- have been put under tho protecting wing of civil service. m . this Hi. ks, who has hit it right ho month, mi: Storms of rain and enow will visit, many HectiouB on January U, 10 and 11. Thesu storms will bo followed by n cold wave. llain and wind storms will occur on January 10, 20 and 21 and 20 and 20. Then will occur another period of cold, which will bo followed by Soo tlio World's Fnlr for 16 ContH. rain und warmer weather during tho Upon receipt of your address and i cents in pouno stamps e v. ill mall you our ISouvonir closing hours of the month. I'orlfolio ol tho World's Columbian Uxpocitixu. al s. Wil-Ha- m J m After a pleasant stay, duriug tho holidays, with their respective families, Dr. Petlus and Dr. Edmistou have returned to LouiBVtllo to resuuii their studfeu. Mr. Conrad Coy aud wife, of Madison county, visited tho family of Dr. Stapp. They wore accompanied by Mies Ada liberie, who outered aa a pupil in Collego Home. "l'ho beautiful" has juet disappeared aud old mother eartn btautls d rested onco more in "living green." A nice rain haa f illen, Ailing all the streams and springs to overlhwiug. - Our little town is so quiet and peaceful that it is some. hat ililliuult to record interesting news, but wo presume our worthy oditur would really prefer "no ne we" thnr.'n becdiod upon to chronicle some horri jIo tntgsily or sad fatality aa is so frequent no in other Kentucky towna. Putting up ice, the past week, has CHURCH AFFAIRS. been the order of tho day. .Many houses The ladies of the Catholic church at have been tilled with beautiful ice from Faris cleared J 579 on a threo night bazar- - four to six inches .in thickness. If the Eltler II. N Unbelt has accepted the editorial wtall of the Imtkkior JoritNAi. call to the Christian church at Lawrence-In- i will cjuiu up in tho summer we will treat them to ice cream. Tho last houao rp. Kav. Calvin M. Thompson, of Clarks- that was filled was filled with "sober ice." burg, W. Va., tins acceptod a call from Since Dec. 6 tho banks have drawn llAptist church, the Portland-avenu- e out of tlio Treasury 121,000,000 of tho Louisville. gold so recently paid in for tho The Presbyterian church rtt Wilmore, Hut only about 0,500,C00 of this of which Dr.- E. O. Guerrant has been gold has been shipped abroad. Tho oth pastor for niuo years, granted him a year's vacation. He will evangelize in er i 11,600,000 has simply been called the Stales of New York, TexaH, Virginia back into tho vaults of banks. That is to say, the banks, having tnaile a tiood and MisHouri, Jessamine Journal, Statistics gathered Eist aud West thing by lending to the Government tho s'iow tho proportion of women to men money needed to keep up the colli re In the churches to bo two to one. The serve, again and tlius compel tho Govproportion in heaven will be much larger ernment to borrow some more of their" Fact is if there bo any men in heaven at idle surplus. Seven hundred aud forty-on- o touso all, the chances aro they will get there gold, or their equivalent, were required only by tho skin of their teeth. As a prelude to tho bells of heaven, to pay tho expenses for tho United . Hiram Profit, of Letcher county, States government for the year 1891 The requested his family to ring tho dinner necessary teams to haul it, allowing a ton twenty-liv- e feet to n team, would I ell while ho was dying. It was tho and make n procession over three and a half sweetest music he had ever known on long. earth nnd he doubtless wanted to com- miles Tho Georgia democrats are all right. pare it with that of the Celestial City. The county elections show heavy democratic gtii'B in all tho counties. Mai.y FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. c unities which were btrongly populistic W. H. A J. Malcolm Forbes have in tho last two elections returned to tho ;000,0l)0 iu horses. democratic column. G. P. Hright bought of F. K. Trihblo Knoxvillo is priding herself on the 15 UUO'pouud feeders at 3 to 3$c. birth of a pair of bublea joined together Joo Patehen, 2:01, has 10 colte, llvo like the Siamese twins. of which aie pacers and live trotters. Charlos llockman paid J150 for Green William MoreUnd bought of varioiiH Mountain Maid and her produce brought parti-- a a jt of fat hugs at 3 to 3.00. orerSlOO.COO. 9 John Andereon bought in tha Ett ' The saddest eyes aro those that can Eid a lot of butcher ntuiTat 2 to 21 . not weep; A large lot of alop Iiorh have changThe loneliiMt breast the ono that Bob :i to 3.00. week at ed luuidri in tiio bath not; 11. M. Hulile, of Pieawtnloii, KaiiBa", TIih lip and mind that arc most parched and hot biw a illly that has pod 1 mile in 17 Are thofre that can not pray nnd can a 'CoikIb. not sle p." The Stock Farm predicts that inoio breeding will Im ilono this yaar than As unto tho bow the cord is, So unto man ia woman. tlioro warn last. Though she bends him, she obeys him, hatj ranted the Pas ton James Mcetwr riiouan alio draws him, yol sho follows, firm on Knob Lick turnpike for three UtttktMi luch without tho other. Sbakesbearo. yeara at f 1,000 per year. (or Green Charles Harkmaupaid j 150 A hyphen sometimes is Of great Mountain Maid and her produce brought value. Kor instance this advertisement over S100.OJ0 at Stony Ford. waa recently published in a Loudon daily UtMiton has mnro fftht horees than papai : "Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Levi, any citv North of thu Ohio river, out tho having cast oil clothing of every ilescrip majority of thorn wero bred iu Ken- tion, invito an early inspection." Kvery tucky. body was ready to inspect until it was In September, Silicon, Azote, Di found that "cst-oiT- " clothing only wna of rtctum, Alar and Alix ouch won $10,000 fered for sale and inspection. 0 or more. Alix heads tho Hat with Any one wlio has children will rejoice with I.. to her credit. It Mulfotd. of I'lalnvile. N. I. Ills little bov s new-bond- the town, county and people I have been associated Willi for tho last 25 years, I will say Lexington line shout 2,000 peo plo, and I think as good people as any town, even in Kentucky and Old over had. Tho women aro (hand-8)inintelligent and accomplished, which you Old Virginians know is char acteristic of Southern women everywhere. Tim men are honest, honorable, (Microns and good looking. There aro Presbyterian, Haptist, Methodist, Catholicchurches; court house, just completed at 126,000, in center of a beautiful square. Two weekly county paper, aud a Normal Collego with 300 or 100 pupils, couducied by Profs. Dickey and Smith, of liureii county, Ky. I was about to forget to mention tho hotel I am now in the room that I have occupied in the hotel during tho winters (or tho last quarter of a century, kept by It. II. Maker aud wife, formerly of Cumberland county, Ky., and is about equal to tho Myers House iu its palmiest da) a. The weather, just awful, sleeting world without end. With many thanks for I J. in waiting for me on my arrival, I am, as ever, your friend, J. W. Givuns. Vir-gin- i.i e, day. Umv. Campbell, of Luncastr, and other distinguished divines were preaont Mearirs. Collier and 1'atum havj erected a now grist mill on Staulord St. and cordially invito patronage, with an assurance of satisfaction to their cudto mors father, in Clark county. SrieritT John T. VanArstlall, of Mercer, shot Dr. F. L. Harrod three Must and shall be reduced if prices will do it. Our Boots will be times Friday, producing death in a fow Our Bleached and Brown Cottons momenta. Van A rsdail was defeated for greatly reduced in order to close. will be sold at unheard of prices. Our Dress Goods have been markby a republican and he attrib- ciiOTEcrarG Women's, t uted it to scurrilous cards sent through ed down at least 33 per cent. Our Men's, tho mails, as he thought by Dr. Harrod, Children's which charged that ho whipped and mistreated his wifo. Dr. Harrod was a lined descendant of James Harrod, the founder of Harrodaburg. nnd held the position of Weather Reporter and PenAre always in splendid shape and at lower sion Agent. DEATH'S a Misses' and DOINGS. prices than can be found. Goods and Embroidery st ck is in good shape for the Our White Spring trade. Call and sec us in our new quarters. - Arm-fearful batth with that legi ble disease, consumption, Mrs. Allie Latliter litUL'liman breathed licr nat at noon yesterday, iu tho 40th year of her ' age. she was born in but catno to this county about 'Jo years ago to teach rntific. Mr. Henry Haughmnn met her1 anil loved her for her many charming traita of chnractcr and finally wooed and won tier, iiieir union proved a most happy ono and until deatli took him from her, her life was all she could wish. Of tho children born to them, live sur vive, Mrs. Montio Fox, J. W. nnd Harry and Misses Allie nnd Dora Baughman, and they mourn as true and as fond a mother as over lived. A member of tho Christian church for years and a Christian in every sense, she let her light shine and many deeda of kinJness and morcy will be remembered by tho beneficiaries long after her body tiaa become dust, sustained by a firm trust in her maker she wasfully resigned to HiB will and ready and anxious to go to mm. .ot long before her death she talked lovingly to her children and told them what to do to meet her in Heaven. Tho memory of bucIi a mother will be a rich legacy to them and make them strive t live ao that thev too can draw the drapery of their couches about them and like her lie down to pleasant dreams. Tho funeral tcrmou will be 3 o'clock preached at her lato home at today, Tuesday, by Key. W. E. Ellis, after which the body will be laid beside that of hor husband in Buffalo Cemetery. - HUGHES & TATE. Harris & Hardin Dealers in Chinaware, Glassware, Onyx Tables, Lamps, Water Sets, CANDIES, NUTS AND FRUITS They b at the world. The St. Asaph Hotel, Which is under their management, is headquarters for the traveling public and is one of the best hotels in the State, .For six months we have tried THE CASH SYS TEM, WHILE WE And find it a success, and every one realizes the advantages and economy of a strictly Lash 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. Sst the prices, sell cheaper than the cheapest, save you money and carry a full line of Hardware, Fanc' and StaPle Groceries, Vulcan Plows, Tinware, Arizona Stoves, Majestic Ranges, Salt, Lime, Cement. Heating Stoves. EayExamine our Prices."- - K-u- I m lt The Toronto Globu aud other buildings burned, causing a losi of $500,000. -- A lllr flnnil ia rucvinrr Iti Mm Olitr. nml Cincinnati merchants near tho riyer urei moving their stocks. It is understood that the tiovern-meria rushing six war, vessels into Chinese waters, with peremptory orders to lock tho stable door just the minute tho horse is stolen The Now York Sun ia eo flabber- gistt'd at Hill's defection to tho hated White House enemy that it hasn't re- -' covered breath enough to let tho world know what it thinks about it. Tho young Cstr has ordered the of twenty thousand political convicts, but until he reforms tho jiulnial systems of his umpire tho courto will bo able to convict uh fas ns Nicholas con ro it so W. H. WEAKEN & GO. r n leaso. Thu Lexington Imposition is to continue two weeks longer, tlio date for closing being Saturday, January 10 The program for this week will kclude some splendid entertainment;. Susan H. An- : 1. ...... IWimjr ...ill ICUVUIC UHC UVI'IJIU' will I.,,....... IP'oor "L -- a ...-,- waa a feature" of tho police court Siiiitii'd Grove a few dajs go. Char'ea Uichardson, colored, waa an etcd cr ui iiiu jieHLf, huh 1110 finrlifur it illtlwinlr tr" (inrtatiol n " ....r..v. ' a'yOU , jury summoned nono but negroes. They found their man guilty. Krl.n lvrln;lo In GiTiimtiy. Tliroughout tlio German Xutherlaml IirevitiU tho belief in tlio Kiit Kind-lein- , Serious and latal diseases result from ,' trifling ailments neglected. ' Dnn'r nlnv witli Nnfnrr's . . ff iivirtitix. 'wnnfni.. K11' l,ol(-l- jjn.im,ot imagine . f means so much more than iealth ', ti .I'ouiiK buiKn.r;toliow tbo Iatot ilrlinnil ret liroci'ntriift'. AiMrcf MINN & ro.. Nuv iouu, UOl Uuoadwav. li w 'Lij-Ia- . CA I (MIT IN A I'Tr.NT? For a "rrlle to Srmnpt niiswpr anil an ".oiiC't ncnrivtlftrf cars' iV have li.iil Coiumunlra- "tliericiiee In tho ntctit lusinr-.j- . 1I0119 strictly contlilcntlal. A 1 mi it turn It or Information comvnvnir I'nlrntH mul liow to tbam sent froo. Mm n catalryuo Ol uvvlian-leand nclentltto books font free. l'atenta t.ikeii tlironcli Muun & Co. rccclvo 'octal notlooiii tho Auiri'lrnii. and thus aro broiiKlit wlilely Leli.rellie cost to tlie InTOntnr. Tliln ilonIUI wct'kly, brlarlho lury"t (irctiiiiti"U of liny siiiTititle vrork In tbo t noii.l. S;l Tear, sseitt i"i!.Wa year.frco. llulldintc IMttbiit. iiipntlilr. Inelo roido.i, 'J.l cents, rvirjr nuni'ii-- contiilna beautiful lnto f. coI'Ts, nn.l nlintnirpln of now COPYRIGHTS 1 1 ('(.,ln ob-tn- ln al pulillo-rllli-o- s ir. 11 r ....,, ' x'Brown's - will probably require tho issue of $160,000,000 of bonds tliis year to meet all tiro requirements of the government. This ia tho aum which tlio pension bills call for. Wo aro now borrowing money to pay pensions. Louisville Post. It The best salve In thu vkOiM fur cuti, bruii, joici, ulceri, tail iheuin, fcer tores, tmter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. It positively curt piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perlcct satisfaction or money refunded. Price aj cents per box. Kor sate by A. K lVnuy, Stanford, Ky. Buctclln'tt Arnica Salvo. or Christ child, who rownnls with gifts tho faithful children who love On Kor two their parent-- i nud believe in God. five yoarsof nge, was stck with crcup. lays nml nijnit ne irieu various rcmmies recom Christmas ovoeacli household uscmblrs mended by friends and neighbors. He says: "I tit iliuuer, and when the candles aro lit lUouglu sure I thought sure I would lose mm. I hud tern ChainberUiii's Cum: h Remedy advrrlls- - tho father of tho family watches tho as a last hopo h! ami thought I would try it on the wall, for if nny ono Tlie regular r e is 50c, but as we want you to ..I'd am happy to say mm aner uosos ue s epi havooii we make the price nominal. You will until morning, I gave it to him next day and a should have his or her shadow obscured find it a work of Art undjk thine to bo priml. It euro wat effected. I lep this remedy in the house conltiins full pago views of the great buildings, unw and aa soon an any of my children show signs by that of another object that is to bo with ile.crlplicnsof same and iseiecuted In the nf croup give It to them ana tnai is the last 01 uulucky. If the children sit down in hlRhwt style ol art. If not satisfied with it after It." odd numbers, tiiat it ul.-- unlucky, and you get it we will refund the stamps and let you bottles for, sale by Or. S. G, 35 nnd 50 cent it will not do to fill up tho number with keep tho book. Address ii. K. lluckleu A: Co,, Horlor, drusglit, Stanford. Chlcafio, 111. either strangers or near relntives. Din- All Freo. ner being over, the children retiro into Mr. Ira I', Wetmore, a prominent real eitMe Those who have used Dr. King's iN'ow Dlsccv n man, SI1 Angclo, Tss, has used Cuiimbrlaln't dark room and gue3 at tho presents and those who havo not. have rv know its value Colic, Cholera ami DMrrboM Remedy n hit fam lly fni several oars as occasion reqiured, and al- now the op(K)rtunlty to try it free. Call on the ad- - tlioy aro to receive. Soon tlio parents Tt, ways with perfect rouccos. lie say. M fi d it a vertiieu uruggisi. auu gci mai uauie ireu. ocnu open tho door and say, a no jurist .V Co., Chicago, aud Kr ft clone for our baby when troubled with colic your name to II. K. lluck'en I now feel that my outfit is not got a trial bottle of Dr. King's Xow Lite Pills as child has visitod you," upon which tho or dysentery. ell as a copy of Guide to Mealth and Household children complete without a bottle of this iemedy at hunt cunio forth to gaze upon their Instructor free, All of which Is guaranteed to do or on a trip away torn home.'' Now York you good and tost you nothing at A. K. Penny's gift decked Christmai tree. "ir sale by Dr. - O. llocker, drujtcitt drugstore. World. 511,-00m ::Iron :: ' Bitters! ....,....., tin. I . out of sorts, weak and ceneratly ex- E haustcd. nervous. nae no appctue unu can i uik,c begin at once the most relia ble streiiKtlienliiK tnedicliie.wlitcliis llrown's Iron Hit lers. A lew bot- cure benefit from tlie erv first dose it talc-in- Ifyouarefeellnc , . . , JP . X VIA THE ') . io tttth, and stain lour It's pleasant to take. 1 o , j m . ' Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, f CniKtlnnllnn K Malaria, It Cures Kidney nnd Liver Superb Vestibuled'Trqins n, Troubles, . ninnl I To Lexlnston, Cliattanoocn, Uirrolnsbam, New Orlrans, AtlantJ, iMacon and Jack FROM CINCINNATI Ncrvoua aliments Women's complaints. I Gct on,r' ne Kcnulnc It lias crossed red jT lines on the wrapper. All others are sub- stitutes. On receipt of two zc. stamps u e will send set of Ten Beautiful World's Fair Views and book free, gg b- Slai-for- d, 1LP0ffkf Sf ySi A)i Dnuirn kniMiwnu (.u, ualmmuhh, iiiwi lyA Mil. J 3 DAILY TRAINS TO CHATTANOOaA Send lor Literature and Time Tables. " sonvllle. Through SleepInjrCiM to Birmingham; Columbus, Albany, Knoxvllle, Ashevllle, Jackson,. Vicksburg end Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleeper, Cincinnati to Los Angeles und San Francisco every Thursday. Direct Routo to the 5outIiest via New Orleans or via Shreveport. tv " u 'wriw" r 1 P M H W II :- I- V i I i Hudnall was iot onco through tho brain. Persians someUm'S bottle their tears. This constitutes an important part of tho obsequies) of the dead. As tho mourners Stankoru, Ky January 8, 1895 are sitting around and wooping, the mas tor of the ceremonies presents earh one VV. P. WALTON. with a piece of cotton wool spotigo with which to wipe away tho tears. The cotton wool or sponge is then put into a Gov. Brown declining to humor the bottle, and tho toars aro preserved as judfio n'ith tho assurance that Cincinnati powerful and ellWcloits restorative for tho negro Hampton, who was arrested on those whom overy other medicine lies bo lyncticd, a requisition, would not failed to revive. It is to this custom that tbat worthy released the prisoner, allusion ia made in tho Psalms: "Put declared upon tho hih It lias always been our aim to merit the approval of our customers acting as he John Nelse, a proin'u6111 c'"ziao thntt ntv tear into thv bottle " moral ground ol his duty to protect and vc aro gratified to say that our expectations have been fully reNapoleon, Intl., has gone insano over ,ho prisoner from possible violence. Ho tho A. P. A. question, which he hearti alized. Our business has increased over that of last year and in many said that there had been 10 lynching in ly endorsed. expressions of kindness our friends and customers confirm us in the Kentucky during the past yo.u, including Tho will of Kugeho Kelly tho milone man whom ho had sent back to the belief that they will continue to give us a good share of their patron- lionaire banker of New York, leaves 1110 State. Considering these facts, wo fitil age 000 to be disturbuted among charitablo Wc carry the best selected stock in medium price hink, oh noble Blakely, that Jinlg0 institutions. Buchwalter bad some excuso for his acThe opening of the new $100,000 ho-ttion, but whether ho had any legal right In Hopkinsville, tho Latham, nascel Ky. for it is another question. There aro ebrated by tho New Era doubling its size Office on Main Street, Opposite the Because the Lexington grave doubts that he had, and his declined to print in full without and appenring in red. of a holier than thou spirit, Out of 14 prisoners taken from Louis- M. S. I) At GIIMlN, J V. IIai UHUAN . which cause 1 him to read Kentucky such remuneration Hon. V. 0. Owens' an- ville to Fraukfort the other day, seven morals, is a previous insult, swer to Denny's notice of contest, which a lecture on had already served a couple of terms which should be wiped out with blood. would take seven or eight columns of Ladies' and Gents Furnishing Goods, Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths, are very wrathy each in the penitentiary. Let the editor of the Covington Com- type, the Offona men While hunting John Goddard, i f Hats and Caps in this section of the country and believe in the motto: monwealth call his militia together and and threaten to start another morning & duly in Lexington. That kind of spite Madison, slipped and fell. His gun was LIVERY, Quick Sales and Small Profits. We will give a few demand it or a retraction. work will prove very costly. It takes discharged, the contents entering his nb happened again. all kinds of money to run a paper of any domen, killing him instantly. The unexpected has Kontucky. J. W. Waugh, of Huntington, W. The lion and the lamb have diued to- kind and to establish a now daily will a negro with his fist and gether and henceforth democracy and require a good The talk is Va., struck mint. II you need livery give ut a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our liable. Sec ut not personal resentments will lend them. doubtless all blutL There is nothing to bruised the member. Blood poison relor rates. In our Washington aud the country generally is silly as to cut oil one's nose to spite ono's sulted and he died in a few days. To show how we propose to knife the prices. Lancaster Apron Judge Thompson, in tho Ordinanro HARNESS SHOP enjoying tho happy Burpriso of a recon Lice. Check Ginghams and 5c. Extra Heavy fine Urown Cotton Court, Thursday afternoon, entered a You will find a good aitortmenl or tlatnc, cilation between Mr. Cleveland and SenSaddles, Ac. Hate tour repairing done by Ulcach The technicalities of the law as taken fine of $25 against tho Pendennis Club Cotton 5, ator Hill. Tho latter was present at the and,74o. Clark's Thread 3 spools for 10 ourmnu he undtrstands his busioess. Wchavca advantage of by unscrupulous lawyers for retailing liquor without license. mechanic in our State dinner given at the White House cents. Ladies' Shoes 75c, $1, Si. 25, $2 up to $4. and shysters bring it often into ridicule The democrats of the House held a BLACKSMITH SHOP. the other evening and it is said that he and contempt. For instance, Lawyer caucus yesterday to consider tho curand tho president engaged in an animaWill guarantee first class work and satisfactory Semple, of New Jersey, procured from rency question. The probability of an- prices Ti our horse thoer. ted conversation and acted as lovely as ! the governor a reprieve for his client, other bond issue was also discussed. if nothing had ever come between them, condemned to be hung. Semple now Sofa Mai Bowman, for 21 years Trt'Hs The Senator afterwards declared that his claims that the governor has no right urer of Gardiner, Maine, died yesterday, Either lace or Congress. Wc arc sure to convince you that it will be visit was solely of a social nature and constitution to reprieve aud aged S3 years. He had never ridden on had no political significance. The un- under the to your interest to trade with us. Thanking you for the many favors the date fired for tho execution a railroad train and never stolen a cent. seemly war that has been waging between that having pissed, his client is legally dead The Owensboro Messenger has been HE MINE? UMBO WAN", bestowed upon us in the past and sincerely hoping for a continuance the two New Yorkers for some time nnd can not now bo hung. A Kentucky sued for $10,000 damages by a young lady of the same and wishing you a Happy New Year, we remain Very seems to be happily at an end and white mob could easily solve this question by in Union county, who alleges that it pub & cspcctfully Yours, winged peace hovers gently over. hanging both lawyer and clipnt. The undersigned stockholders hereby associate Halted an article derogatory of her char themselves trcethrr in order to for a cnmaritlan Gov. Brown has very seusibly decided pursuant to Chapter 171 ol tho General Matutei of Judgk Guwy, of the court of appeals, acter. not to call an election to fill the vacancy Nelson Whitaker, a rich iron manu Kentucky Their corporation shall poness all the powers must be a "beaut." A drunken man in in the 0th Congressional district, caused facturer, is out as a candidate against enumerated in Chapieri;i of the Oeueral (statLouisville was so struck with the utes of Kentucky, An Act for the creation and by the resignation of Mr. Paynter, to beKlkins for United States Senator from regulation of private corporations lecame a lave of his appearance that he Aprils. iSSj. come a member of the court of appeals. Virginia. The highest bidder will ARTKLK s. guyed him till the police had to run the West Tne name of tho corporation shall be the There are less than two months left of get the job. fellow in, The next morning he paid Canning Company and Us principal place the term and it would require nearly all The Chicago Tribune figures it out of business shall be the town of McKinney, counA. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, the police court 10 for his fun. This is of it to give the required notice to hold that 9.S00 people were killed by personal ty ol Lincoln, Stated Kentucky. almost as bad as the fate that befell the ARTICLE 3. T. D. RANKY. Manager. the election and get the returns. The country last year, that The Ecneral nature of tbe buitness 10 tw transchildren that mocked Elisha. Bears ate violence in this man elected could hardly serve more legal executions numbered 132, and acted by this corporation shall be the canning and Branch Stores: thorn up, which is little worse than hav- the preserving of fruits and vegetables, the purchase than 10 days and .the cost of procuring ing to give up 10 these hard times. the lynuhiugs 100. and sale thereof and ot any other business per f Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Uardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, his services would be out of all proporAccording to Dun's Agency there taining loinc same. ARTICLE 4. tion to their worth no matter how valuaAll reports from iiarroUsburg show were 13.SS5 failures in tho United States The authorised capital stcck ot this corporat'On Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. ble they may be. In other words it is that the killing of Dr. Harrod by Sterifl last year and 1,850 in Canada. Liabili- shall be l'ive Thousand Dollars diviacd Into compan altogether too much sugar for a cent and Vanarsdall was a cold blooded assass!ni-tio- ties in the United States were $172,092.-85- 0 shires of Ulty Dollars each, but asthis per cent may begin business when as much 30 of the capital stock is subscribed, and no stock, we are glad tho governor looks at it in and in Canada $17,01Glt-,1contemplated for months. If the shall be issued at less than Ita face value, and exmoney actually paid In for that way. J. W. Eberle, of Chillicothie, O , re- cept for value actually received and propel ty at Its half of them is true, it is a credit to the market applied tn the people of Mercer that they do not visit ceived by express from Cincinnati a authorized purposes ol the corporation or for ser TiiK'Louisville Commercial speaks of vices rendered and for labor done and accepted at condign and summary vengeance upon package containing a human ear. He is its market value. the prospective candidacy for auditor of tor stcck shall the officer, who sworn to protect the at loss to know what to do with it or soSubscriptions be paid on or before paid aa fellows: per cent, to Dr. Claiborne J. Walton, late pension Jan. 1, 1813, 50 peace, has himself become the greatest what the object of the Bender was.-or per cent, balance to be paid on or before agent for Kentucky, in most complimenApril 1, i&)5. The Republican caucus ht Lansing o Tender. Thanking you for your trade, wc Still Sell All later subscriptions fcr stcck It be paid fcr tary terms. We should like to see our r on demand. has nominated Congressman Julius cousin Claibe, honored with the nominanow said that a big scandal is ARTICLES. Iris Burrows for Senator from Michigan. Names ol residences, number of .hares and tion, but as much as we think of him, likely to be brought out by the haste in renominated by nroun s subscribed by stockholders: Senator Frye has been we don't want him to be auditor of Ken- which the magistrates of Fayette have K I.. McKinney, Ky 10 Shares tho republicans of tho Maine Legislature. K St. Tanticr, " Ware, id tucky until he changes his politics. We acted in buying turnpikes and making " Wm. Chesterfield, " ..,0 ' The California courts have denied las. It. Vjnhook. " black sheep of his them free. They owned largely tho ......... wont call him the ' And Everything in our line at the Lowest Prices. ' .. that she l)avid A. Haush, family, for personally he is a mau of stocks in them and it uot being a very the claims of his ' " W. A Coffey, , worth and standing, but he is the only paying investment, they were anxious to was Millionaire Blytue's wife, and all J.I, Iteck, his money goes to an illegitimate daugh- A II. Davidson, 8. A " KtIM Kites for Walton we ever heard of who is not a unload while they could, which ac' i Etes" " , , " ter, who is already in tho swim of tho EJ I)I. Tanner, democrat. counts for the milk in the encoaaut. McCarty. O. Mt. Salem. " a Bookseller and Druggist. "400" at Now York. A Camcnlsch. . c .Mcrvinncy, " " A. 11. McKinney, --. i IMcCjibaky made a strong speech Knoxvillo says that J T McKinney, Gov. A diepttch from II o.v. A. J. Uahkoll, of Louisville, who i a few days ago in support of the Carlisle made such an admirable presiding offi- a respectable white woman of that city ll. V Kennedy, M Owens, currency bill. lie said that the present cer of the Lower House of the last Leg- has just given birth to twins that are Sim. Sludcr, D R. G. C I. yon, HustCnvillc, " 1 atato of affairs, requiring perio lie il issue islature, has aunounccd his candidacy joined together in a similar manner to gold reserve in for of bonds to maintain the aud if elected, of which tho famous Siamese twins. Ihoy aro ARTICLE 6. Tin corporation shsll liegin business as I royid the treasury, was brought about by re- there is no doubt, he will aain aspire to alive aud give promise of long life. cd for in Article 4, on or before Jan. t, 1895, and publican legislation, which authorized the speakership und we trust will reuhz) The New HampBhiru Legtslatuie is continue its existenen for ac ears iherMafipr tin. notes, stopped his ambition. Pm"ib ' the issue of one of tbe lurKest bodies of tho kind in Kentucky the coinage of silver and passed the the world, tbe House of KeprtBentativi'B ARTICLE 7. The South is determined that whatev- ulono containing 3(32 membere. Tbie ' The affairs ol the corporation shall be conductSherman bill. The speech was highly ed by such officers and aeents as the stockholders complimented nnd won votes for the er else she doss, she will not get left in Legislature it would seem is too big to my dtvm necessary to elect, consisting of a presisecretary and treasurer and dent, measure, but it begius to look like the her lynching record. Five victims of a man like Senator Chandler. .FINE GOODS, general manager, and by bond of five directors, present Congress will afford the country mobs in as many days show that she he omcersanil board being elected annually by Misa E V. Askew, of Tampa, Fla., the stockholders on the ist Mondaty in December will beat the ICG of last year or run out no relief. is the champion stenographer and type to hold office for one year or until their successors of material. are elected and qualified. In the annual election e writer. She has just finished a ot officers of directors each shareholder shall have Notwithstanding the boycott of the cast hs many votes in the legal cap document for the Stato Supremo a right tohold shales multiplied by aggregate as NEWSY NOTES. lie shall the number of T. U., at Memphis, over 700 peoW. 0. Court in which thero is not one erasurt officers or directors to be elected, and each shareple heard Col. Breckinridge lecture, but Cloperport is Boon to volo on local holder may cast the whole number of votes either omission or mistake in the punctuation. in person or by proxy for one candidate or distribat Birmingham, whore tho same society option. ute his votes among two or more candidates. Uapt. Frederick Droyfus, of tho Should a vacancy occur it shall he filled by a issued an edict against him, he only had There are over 4,000 cases of meaeli s French army, who was convicted by a vote of the stockholders, at any special meeting not a single reported in Indianapolis. 200 hearers, among whom called for that purpose. For a Nice Calendar Call on of aellinc important War. al ATTICLK 8. woman appeared, except Mrs. BreckinFour men were suffocated by leakirg OHice documents, was publicly degraded The corporation shall not contract or Incur debU ridge. The colonel says he is lecturing gs as they slept in Boston. troops. Ho will greater than the stock aubtcrlbcd and paid for. on a guarantee and the guarantors and county has just completed in the presence of 5,000 ARTICLE 9. Breathitt be deported for life, nnd confined in a The private property of the stockholder shall not he are the losers, if there is a loss. a new jail at a cost of f 3,283 exempt from liability for tbe debts ot the corfortress on the Isles du Salut, off tho be New York City has appropriated poration IBSUR3KCE aGSRT. STEBF0RD. M. F. Brinklhy, formerly of Somerset, coast of French Guiana. ARTICLE 10. for its poor this year. of Mt. Vernon nnd later of Louisdemocratic executive commit- Th t siticltsof Incorporation may be altered or ' lato Tbe George Maledan, of Little Rock, Ark. amended by a two thirds vole ol ihe stockholders tee of Tennessee haB issued an addreiB atanyaunu.il meeting, provided, however, that ville, has announced his candidacy for has hung8S men in tho last 21 yearn. not less than ... r g bssbs. ik .u. " people of tbe state presenting ar- of the dcllred one month's notlco shall be given of register of the land office. He is a reu-hmi a change. The President has nominated G. M. to the And TORNAUO. Temporary office at D. W. Va guments to ji.atify tho contest that is to K L. Tanner, McKlnny, Ky., 10 shares; V. M. democrat and enjoys a large acquain- Talbott for ndeveer's s'ore. Ware, McKinney, Ky , 10 shares; Wm. Chester, Postmaster at Bardstown. tance, having been a traveling man for be made before the legislature over tho field. Kings Mountain, Ky , to shares; J. II Samuel Swartzbaugh, of Springfield, share; Ed M Estes for ytars and haying made the race for clerk O., diod from blood poison caused by a guberatorial election. Tho charges of Vanhook, McKinney, 11 shares; A. Camemsch, THK S. A. Esten, McKinney, OK of the court of appeals a few years ago. in East Tennessee are repeated .McKinney, s shares, J. L. Iteck McKinney, i fraud hog bite. share; E.J Tanner, McKinney, j shares, II, L. Hnd a full investigation demauded. sharo b. R. U'ul i, Johnson, McKinney, Corbett, the pugili&t, and actor, will Somebody gave Editor Dyche, of the t share. from Atlanta says: Tho A dispatch The wlihin articles of Incorporation were a gned IT UMil London Echo, a box of soap for a Christ- now become an author. He is writing a .R. h. Bronaugh, Pror, mau whom Henry Grady always declar- and acknowledged before me in Lincoln county. Ky, by K. L. Tanner. K. M, Ware, Wm. ChesWe truBt that if this is intend- history of his life. mas gift. I. II. Vanl.oxk, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. It is now estimated that 322 fisher- ed to be the most complete mau ho had terfield, L. Mefk and li. J.Ed M. Ksles. A their act Tanner, to be ed to convoy the idea that he is the great J. ever known, tbe ablest lawyer, tho moat and deed, this Nov. sfj. 1S94 unwashed, he will take the hint aud not men lost their lives in tho recent gale off GEORGK COOI'F.U. Clerk. I'lES fO! 'salft from ,(,..h,.l I..,.. f I) consistent Christian, tbe best citizen, was ... , Lincoln County Court. only cleaneb himself physically, but po- the English coast. Stock. lireeder. secu.ed from the but herd. In several dllTerent Mates, I)y Cicero Reynolds, Deputy Clerk. yebterday, death havCorrespondence Solicited. Hawes McCreery, son of the dead U, buried at Athens litically. fcNTUCK V. ing come at tbe early ago of 38. Ho wi a STATK OK K OK LINCOLN. JSctS. Senator, was adjudged insano at COUNTY Hon. Georce Dudley Thomas, ana Mi. 1, .JlHU II, Cooper, Cltrk of iiiu uii),if Coun Tub Western Recorder has changed so, Saturday. CouM' d, ' articles of Gradv'a estimate of the mun'a djuracti r Jincorporation "rl"y on its friends do not recognize it. A new were th1l aOth 'b"b Nov inber, day of One person was probably fatally K. M till1 peopla Of (jtfOrKIC iSyi scknowledKed by K. L. Tanner, tho old ta. hurt and several dress and a now form makes others less saveroly in- Wfia that ofiall of Wire, Wm. Chcstethcld, J. II. Vanhook, Ed M instead of jured by a runawav electric a liable look like OiiarlfB Hudnall batrayml the 17- - Ussirs, A Lumenucli, J. 1, Jktk, I.J J. laiincr, lo carat Kingstheir act and deed and before Cicero Iteynolds nearly three score and ten as it really is. ton, N. Y. daughter of Jamea Cook at New my deputy as shown by his e idorsement thereon, year-ol- d in figures and -- William Steen, of Bucyrus, O , who OrlnnH nnd he went KUiinUiK for him within articles words as follows, signed 'The of Incorporation were aud A Boston newspaper correspondent taking a drink at tho time acknowledged before me in Lincoln CouLty, Ky , has lived for two years with a bullet in Hudnall was hy K L 'lanncr. K M Ware, Win Chcstttrfield, has found 400 drinking places in the II Vanhook, Kd M. Kites, A. Camtnisch, J. hia brain, haB just died of blood poison- aud leisurely put down hia glasa and, rock.- - ribbed prohibition town of Portland, latin-i- , L Deck and to be hia pistol, began to uhoot. Oook deed, thl.NovI'd 6,J igyj George H their act Cand, drawing ing, caused by mashing his feet. IsKocoiving His Cooper, k Me. Verily, Neal Dow Beems to hayo by Ci'cro Andrew V.iughan, aged 73, shot and fired four Bhota aud Hudnull fired live. lodged for Kcynoids, U. C." IAnd tho same was record whereupon bve recorded the lived in vain. -:- FALL-:-'AN- D Wliou tho snooting ceased both inn wk and Ihis ecrtiheate in my office. instantly killed Win. Eoglish, near a bullet n! W tress my hand this Die i, i8j Tfio Florida freez-- has mot ormg 's becmss tho latter refused to were dead. Oook received OKO It CUOI'CK, Clerk. Jly II Ilurtoa, D. I Ooods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give mc pay him for 10 bushels of corn. each leg and one through tho heart' up to f3 n box in California. SEMi-1lt- er Interior Journal 1 been some time since Charley Blade, has been brought into public notice, but he got there again the other tiny. He published in his piper tint he was going to propose to Mudaline Pollard to go with him on a lecture tour, believing that they would draw like a porous plaster, and adding: "She lias more senso than Billy Breckinridge and his man Friday, Beu Butterworth and Cnarley Stoll and little Johnnie Shelby all put together, and she cleaned out the whole gang, aud did not Ho onco, like all of them did." This stung "Little Johnnie" to tho quick and ho armed himself with a canu and bearded tho "hairy heathen" in his den. Mooro wouldn't apologizj and Shelby broke a cane over his head. Then Moore grabbed aud held him, while Shelby toyed with his whiskers and pulled out sev eral handfuls. Moore 8 lys he is going to write up the affair in lurid style and make Shelby feel smaller than ever. Moore, of tho Blue Uinvt It has Miss Lomra F. O'C inner, tho first woman lawyer In Lpulsvillo, has boon sworn in to pructico her profession. Tho now jailer ot IXiviosi county made a bad start. Six pnsonors got away tho second night after ho took charge. In a duel fought with tubers by two soldiers in the Iullau army, one was killed and tho other so badly cut that ho will die. Settlers In Oklahoma had u wholesale hanging of horse thieves near Kingfisher. Three wore nanged and two shot . to death. Louisville Store. Friends Hint Our D atrons To Our DR, W. B. FESTER, Stanford, Dentist, el i'rees-Tran-Bcri- pt IW-Ollic- r. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Boots, FEED SALE STAKLE,' Stanford, Biz-i- -- first-cla- Jtrl-ill- ei, 4, .2c (, jtfe. SEE OUR $1 MENS' SHOlES Articles of Incorporation ludi-crouane- ss LOUISVILLE : cy staitfoiid, zrsrn -- STORE, n, 5. HAPPY NEW YEAR. I tt-- e Cie-sa- DRUGS AND BOOKS, W. B. MaROBERTS, 1 house-keep- er 1 1 dyed-in-the-wo- ol 1 legal-tend- er KeeTarMuo. & t:r,.a.:d:e DANKS, . JEWELER. with ct 1 100-pag- Prompt Attention, Low Prices. ourt-marti- ot JOHN H. KIRBY, FOR FIRE. life. frcnmRm "M. mi mi I) 1 1 Duroc Jersey Red Swine ZTlTr Camcn-isc- h, 11. 1 Ow-ensbo- ro - I ! I d, 1 ( Flem-ingsbur- WINTER .;. GOODS. call. J .tJfi,d 3syJtA-tK- ' .(! : uhmi-Week- ly Interior Journal Tiik Oiinniiiglinin Qaintetio, ThurmJay niKht, lOtli UUY V. II. 8rANKOi, Ky., .Iasi'auy n, lSOft n MfllxHtlll llltrttlmr Htnvn at nn.l Wenrim & Co. 18!M in p. I Youu account for E. C. Walton, Business Manager call and settle. PERSONAL POINTS. Jl'lHiK M. 0. Kauflkv i8 quite Hick. W11.1, Kmiihv UfitiidyinK iilmrinacy in V. H, Mcltoberta' dru store. Mjtfsim. Hi'uhokjnCiikkk nnil Tildon Cook, of Danville, were hero Sunday. Mim Kuuknia Ciikkk, of IlnrkRvillo, ' 'N,,8 Ur V- - A. httH been the K'leBt Cor. Mil OiiBiHAit Smith, of Connnt, Hell county, linn been visiting friends in this W. Iiniiithmiin. county. Mil T, W. KiNSKYnnd wife, of lioyle, Tiik Columbia Spectator says that tho linvu been the Kueeta of Mr. nml Mrs- T. wife- of Anthony Hunn, formerly of D. Knnuy. Hustonvlllo, presented him a New Year's Mk. Ukoiuik I'ickbtt, of Siiolby coun- Kift in tho shape of a ;reat lift; boy. ty, is vinitin bia sister, Mra. William W. S. Dkyk, of Hustonville, has posted Severance. Mrs. Wm. Aymw, of I'tnovlll", whh ttio notices Btatiii); that he will apply to the Riiest of MiRHi'rt Mattiu and Hettio Pax county court next Monday to havo his whisky license changed to W. I). Weath ton aovoral daya. walk the erford, of the snuiH town. Tiik Hist rix at tbu cako M. other niKht was won by It. 8. Lylle and Tiik Fourth National Hank, of Columsecond by W. K. Sheridan. bus, Cia , K. l Onley cashier, makes a Mn. L. M, Wbateiuikli), who has boon flue Bhowinj;. On a capital of 1150,000 sick for aeverul weeks at his home at It earned over five per cent tho last 1'arkaviile, came up Sunday. six months, out of which it paid 3 per Miss Oi.knn Unni fell down tlio Bteps cent dividend and carried $2,500 to tho tho other day very uracefully and frac- surplus. tured one of tho bones of her Hriot. ToTkaciikhs. Tho State SuperintendMn. HoiiAC Uiiow'N, who has with his ent informs meUhal only 10 pur cent, or wife moved to San 1'rnncinco, sendii us one half of the last month's pay will be . tho Now Year's Ueno of tho Chronicle, sent mo for next Saturday's payment. of that city, containing 53 pKi'u. ThosH who need thai amount can call at Tiik Mayavillo Letter nhowa liaolf up my olllco at that time for tho same. W. peraonal thu: to date by printiiiK F. McClary. "MynH Mjllyo Myllynton, of Cyncyn-natia in tho cyty vyriytying fryends." Tiikiii: aro about 150 miles of railroad in Mn H. 0. William, after n long but Lincoln county, from which tho county Bucceeaful tussle with typhoid fover, pam-e- d derivi's 118 500 in taxes every year. Addown yesterday to resume- Ills place vocate. There aro just 52.7 milts of railin tho law department of Centre Colle''. road in this county, you would have seen Mien Jenkik Wkht left Saturday fur had you taken thetiinu to add the figures KiiKlewood, HI., where shu will enter the given in our last imuu. e Cook County Xormsl School. Miss Having sold out our livery business, West, her sinter, came up from harness shop and blacksmith shop, we to see her oir. Sam O. Hardin, formerly of Albany, aro very desirous of closiiiu up our busiand chairman of the democratic county ness as soon as possible. You will please committee of Clinton county for several lend us your (assistance by paying your years, has located In Louisville, where account at onco. Wo mean this. Yea- A Ytager. ho will practice- law, baviiiK formed a ger . Courpartnership withO II. Harrison. A wind storm struck Rowland Sunday ier Journal. night and blew down aoveral out build ingH, besides taking oil' a few chimneys CITY AND VIRINITY. and scattering fences belter skelter. Thank with Danks, tho jeweler. Lightning may not strike twice in tho W. II. Mine place, but tho tempests seem to Gasoline stoves of all kinds. havo a spite against our unfortunate aub - WearenACo. urb. I wobk for cash only this year. Please A FAHMKit who did not take the I.ntk. don't aak for credit. T. J. Hatcher. nioit Journal, which would nave told Tub Spring sesaion of Stanford Female him better, sent 50 cents to a yankce adCollego will begin Tuesday, Jan. 1EJ. vertiser, who aaid that for that sum he would tell him how to make a little Wx have forged our way to the front money go a long ways. Tho answer was and expect to hold It If prices will do It "Send 5 cents by express to Sou FranHughes A Tate. cisco." 9 Mn. TuomasTkiihy madu his bond as Nuw Fihm. G. II. Cooper, late county assessor yesterday with J. N. Menef e clerk, aud James II.; Yesger, the n and J. F. Higney sureties. livery man, have bought the livlions, to tho wife of Charles Spoons-mor- ery business of P. W. Green for 12.000 a girl. Theodore Powell is also and taken charge. The outfit iucludes 1 horses, six buggies, two surreys, 1 wagou, rejoicing over the arrival of a son. Ad., Ac. Mr. Al Hums will remain with Gkt your eyes tilted with spectacles. tie new Arm, while we are sure will do well. $1 up. We guarantee to suit you. ScDanks, the ientific examination free. Tiik Cunningham Quintette, which ap Jeweler. pears noro nextThuisday night, is warn Tiik supervisors, L). A. Itedil, Forcstus ly endorsed by tho pmichera nt Middles Held, P. S. Hughes, A. II. McKinney and boro. Itiv. Henry Miller, of tho PresJohn C. Gooch aro at work on the esses byterian church and who is Bor's bookr. here, "commends them very heartily to the public. Any person; who hears them Fon Kbnt. llouso and premises on sing wjll spend a pleasant and, proti table iMnvillo Avenue, now occupied by J. evening." M. Carter. Apply to Judgo Varnon. . . Miss Mary Varnon. . Tins cilice has juat gotten out for Mr. Ojcar F. 1'illett, of Lancaster, n pain Tiik Calidonians annuunco that they piilot of 10 odd pages, entitled tho "Comwill havo another open session at the icalities and Whimsicalities of Life in court house Saturday evening next and Garrard Couuty,;with Honorable Menpromise a good program. tion of her llluatrous Men Living and . Jam KB P. Uesii has tilled tho two large Dead." It is umusiug, entertaining and Ice on Mis Harrow's place aud ia sure to Bend the author's name ringing will give the agent for manufactured ico down the corridors of fame. some competition tliiB year. Lincoln couuty ia now under republiJailbkG. W. DkHoiiiik took charge can rule, tholtlrat time for 20 years. True yesterday, after moving his family and tho democrats havo the county attorney, seven children down from Crab Orchard. thoBheriffand thojSler, but tho other three otlicea aro hold by ropublicauB, Ho found 7 prisonors awaiting him. 9 who alao havo a majority of tho fiscal You nro urgently requested to pay court. Asking and expecting no favors, pour account which ia now and ready for tho INTEMOK JOUIINAL will Watch tllO . you. Don't postpone it, but come at course of the uew officers with Interest, onco and pav like a mau. II. O. Hup commending them when they shall ley. it and putting tho thumb ecrnwa to them if thoy do not keep iu the middle Tiikhb will be Ave petitions for membership at the next meeting of the of tho road. w Knights of Pythias lodge. With law exThere were no inauguration ceremoceptions, all tho young and middle-age- d nies yestordayjyhen the now officers men in town aro now members of the wont in and things about thocourt-hous- o were as quiet as if nothing waa ordor. happening. It is Judgo Davison now To Delinquent Tax Paykhs. My and Varnon. Tho latter has timo of oflico expired yesterday and I secured an olllco on Lancaster atreot and Bhall advertise all tax payers, who have will resume the practico of law. failed to settle at once. My deputies are Clerk G. H. Cooper baa already .now at work making out tho lists. Settle gone into tho livery business. His sucaud 6uvo cost of advertising. J. N. Men cessor, Mr. James F. CununiuB, will efee, S. L. 0. James II. Hurtou a8 deputy. J. N. Tim only consolation that the demo- Menefeo will havo his hands full for a crats have in seoing tho county turned long timo Bottling up hia ahoriil'ality affairs, in which ho will "bo assisted by his over to republican rule, is that tho for three years. Af- son and deputy, S. W, Menefeo. Sheriff will only hold ter that tho tonus of all tho otlicea will T. D. Nowland will havo for hia deptitiea bo four years Bnd by that tiinetho yellow M. G. Reynolds, O. P. Nowland and II. dog democrats will havo to come to their M. Newland. The fiscal court will not Benaee, If they havo auy, and unlto with meet till March, unless sooner called by tho county judgo. the faithful In redeeming theccunly. - Tub report that II. Ilrinht Ferrill had been accidonUdy shot at tho distillery of W. A. Nohvim.s has been appointed Trowbridge A Attain, where ho is storepostmaster at Fariston, Iiurel county. keeper and gatiger, was proven untrue Foil I.knt. -- CottaL'rt with 5 rooniH in by his appearance here in tine shape OrabOrahnrd. Apply to tho postmsstcr Saturday ami Sunday. there. A liKAL treat is promised to lovers.of 1'i.kaskuaII and settle your account. melodious son? in the entertainment to I need the money to run my busineFs. be given nt Walton's Opera House next M. 1'. Klkin. Thursday night, 10th, by the Cunningham Qaintetto. The company comes Fon Kent. Four rooms ovur our sta hiishly recommended ai vocalists of unl)l. Nice suite for a doctor. M. S. A J. usual capability. We acknowledge remittances from a distance in tho last few daya as followi: IS. II Conn, Guthrie, Oklahoma, Rev. T. J. God bey, LnGrange, K. P. Owsley, Columbus, Ga,K. F. Offeus, Cumberland Falls, Mrs. T. P. Hill, Jr., Hultalo Wyo , 0. Smith, Conant, Elder C. E. Powell, Glatgow. W. H. ready, please McUiburts. At tho Methodist chorcm Tlitirnduv night, Rev. W. E Arnold will preach Cimk to our new ipiartora and get upon the subject: "May tho disciples of some prices before you invest your mon Ghifst receive tho Holy Spirit to day, or was tuts gift limited to tho ago of tho ey. Hughes A Tate. ipoBtieeV ' Tiiacr clinlna reduced II. Woaron A Co. 50 per cent. W. Tiikiik were 21 grown people nnd seven children buried in Hullalo Cemetery in 1801, wo learn from Sexton Jumea M. Ilendricka. Thero were .'M adults and 8 children interred in ISO,", spainst 35 adults and 12 children in 1S02, so it will be Been that the death rate was lighter hist year than fur several. 9 -- After a very oxcellant and stirrinc sermon, appropriate to tho beginning of his fourth year aa pastor of the Christian ctiuicn, itn-.;w-. E Ellis waa surprised tonavongoji aixtertj.'t up and testify as she had done In the Methodist meet ings. Ho does not believe in the kind of sanctificatton taught by Dr. Carradine ami Diners, so ho and the congregation wero considerably surprised, but everything passed off in a most pleanant manner. -- Just about the cheapest ond the silliest answer to givo a brother ho refuses to take up oine new religious fad is to tell him: "Take care howjou oppose this, lest you bo found to fight against God." Every fad must be tested on its merits and the merits are to bo determined by Scripture. So long as a man iB faithful to tho Bible, there is no possibility of fighting against God. Those who assail the man who stands equarely by Scripture teaching, they are the ones who are lighting against God. -- Western Recorder. NKW ADVEItTIHEMNTS. jvjmfegL - "T-rl- u k rrira rV K WITHERS & HOCKER, Undei takers and Dealers in Furniture, Stanford. Our Stock of. Drugs, Books, Paints : : And Oils is LARGE " WELL SELECTED. We can save you Come in and see. LAND FOR, REITT. 1 And prices the very Lowest, quality considered. money on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. The storm Sunday night did consider. able damage around town. One of Dr. iff Wo Will rpnt at mtl.li. ....... uviure .me uourt i ""'" "l W,0ra ?" "f C0Unl' Court Uy. K. Yanarsdall'a chimneys of his hbI- - V.....i.l.,,W& J. fc:ren the houts of Jit ii AltEaUP LAND to go In denco was struck by lightning nnd it corn uu7. to orio in era.. and I.. I. Ildivinfi BH.t I tl ttJ and tin rml damaged to the amount cf Kxor. J. L. Daw.on. f75. A chimney on II. J. McRoberts' hoiist vwtn blown down and fences iu J AS. U YEAOEIt. GEO I) (OOPER. man) places were badly dilapidated. G. L. PENNY, Exr. rirn '!' "'t L B. K. ui Wearen, .Dealer In. . y, - Sal-li- llar-rodabu- rg The rains decended and beat upon the : 8c : snow and it washed away faster thun the Pronjletortof. house that was built upon the oainl. ff UigSS"tCKV -42&ZJ o Thero was almost u deluge Saturday night and Sunday night and it left no STANFORD, KY. trace of the snow that had covered the IIivi-- b boiiRht cf ! V. Orcen his Mverv busFarming Implements, Harness, Hay, men ana ddeU new buggies and horse, we arc earth for two weeks. Yebterday was prepared to furnish Oats, &c. Give him a call when you want to buy or trade. He will warm and the skieB wero lowering, ul FIRST-CLAS- S tio weather service said it would bo fair, TURNOUTS treat you right. See his stock and get his prices before you wander On short notice. The much colder Tuesday. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Liter another us alwayi lrarlirK public will find off to another town to buy. ready nnd to lurnuh dispatch came as follows: "Cold wao mer. Wagons, cither willing or double, Drumsingle or Cam. jKCsof ail kind, m ery LOW PRICES. "Ihe fall of 25 by Tuesday niuht " bos in and around Yeager Cooper, fiKrjX Buggies, Carriages, Carts. Livery nucl'Fccd Stable, 1 - m well-know- e, 1 wcll-know- u Tiik public installation of otliceia of tho Knightii of Pythias Lodge, Thursday night, proved a very pleastant entertainment. The lodge room was beautifully and tastily decorated with evergreens and red, yellow and blue bunting, the emblematic colors of tho order. The audience was called to order by the Chancellor Commander, when Elder W. E. Ellis opened the oxerciaea with an appropriate prayer, Tho opening Ode was then Bung after which J. S. Owsley, Jr., spoke on tho"Heautiea of Pythianism," using the etoreopticon to illustrate. District Deputy Al G. HulTman, acting ns Grand Chancellor, then installed tho officers in an impressive manner, which was acted- it alike to himself ami the great nnd good order. "Benefits of tho Order" was the subject of an interesting and timely talk by Harvotllolm, after which Mra. Al G. HuOman Hang very beautifully n aolo. She was applauded to the echo nnd Kind ly favored the audience with another pp propriate Bong. The progrum wbb liberally interspersed with music furnished by Danks' Orchentra, which was highly complimented. After tho benediction the Ivuighta and their lady friends to R. Zimmer's where a grand biuquet was enjoyed. Mr. 'immer, who is devoted to the order, undo this spread the effort of his life and it is needless to say that it waa gotten up in grand Btyle. M ATR I M 0 H town will also find ut the peo-pi- e Stop with us when in town at couits and entertainments and your horse and vc bide wi'l be well cared for. YKAGER ft COOPKR 7 Myers House Stable, fctanlord, Ky to deal with. CONDITION OF THE REMNANTS I REMNANTS ! ! FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. 1894. REMNANTS ! ! ! AT STANFORD, At the close of business Dec. 31. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts Bargains, .. g -:- - Bargains. Come to sec us. Our National Hanks Ilanklnc house and lot Stocks and bends 0"d,' Due from v $196,107 o 3.173 S7 J? 3g 3J JiJOO Are you looking for a remnant at a bargain? Remnant Counter is full of good things. sp mss";' ..9.e3CO Exchanges for Clearings Furniture and fixtures ,,,;, 8j t4i,7, 8j SJ59753 48 Remnants of Plaid Dress Goods, Plain Dress Goods, Elanneh, Calicoes, Ginghams, Embroi. LIAI1ILITIES. Capital stock paid In, in cash Surplus fund $,ooo "8.C33 00 64 II... "" t'""I""'"" Hanks Due National ! Due State Itonks and Hankers. 3,177 47 4j 79 Sy IJO.JOa 36 t0,toj 43 deries. Laces, Cottons, Satteens, white Goods, Percales, &c. All dre.cs oods go at reduced prices. You can buy a nice, all Don't wait until these goods are picked over, wool dress for S1.7S but come at once. These will be put on sale Friday morning. Stalef I ALM ATTERS. n, I. he-use-s m do-ser- ve in ex-Jud- ty ro-ta- iu oill-co- is 1 II. T. Sword, 21 and Mies Alice Dish-o15, were married Sunday, near Crab Orchard. On thu Itli Mr. Root Robinson and Miss ItOHo:0'Hair,23 and 17 respectively, were united inmarriage. Misa Innes Howies, of Christian co., entered suit for breach of promise of his marriage against Barrett L. McKnight, a wealthy farmer for $20,000. Misa Alico Lane, prominent in Chris-iaEndeavor circles at Kokomo, Iud., committed suicido by shooting hertelf through tho heart. Causo unknown. William Conrad, of Dry Ridge, Grant county, has brought suit againat J. H. Sanders, of same placo, for $25,000, fyr alienating the affections of his wife. Francl8 J. Oakes, a millionaire chemical manufacturer of New York City, got a divorce from one wife week before last and married another last week. Tho second wife wns u cousin of the first. Mr. Hobert Mason, son of Mr. II. P. Mason of the Mason-Foar- d Co. was married in Hampton, Yn., a few days ago to Miss Lucy, the beautiful daughter of Col. Tab, a lendiug lawyer and wealthy cit izeu. Misa Margarot Lee, daughter of Dr. T, II. Lewis, of thia county, nnd Mr. J. O. West, of Garrard, will bo married today. The prospective bride is a very lovely lady, who seems to have had time to dally with tho god of lovo, while teaching tho young idea how to shoot. She has had the school at Buckeye for several sessions. Bullock continues to make Miss D. E. McDowell, life dreary to of Middteaboro. She claims that he jilted her, after fixing the time for their marriage, aud siuce then she has followed him like a Nemesis. Once or twice ahe has had him arrested for grand lar ceny, which she couldn't prove, and now she has brought suit at Pinoville aualnst him for 25,000 breach of promise. u or Kentucky. l Sl County ol Lincoln, V, ,oh",.U 0w. Ic?' Canhierof the Farmers llink A. rust Co., a banV located and doing on Main Street In the town of S anford, business Ky.. in n """. Report is in all respects a true statement of oanic at the close ol ' - -- " """ "' " nesi on theji.tday "' December, i34, tobuiof the best of his knowledge and belief; and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location named and not the above report is madt in complian e and that omcial notice rrcehcHl tiom tho Secretary with an of State deslKnating the jt-- t day of December. i&j, as the day on Inch such report shall be made. John ILOwslki, Cashier. S. II Smasks Director. S J. Ehhkv, ' Sworn to before me by I 11. Owsley, this Jan. 1895. 4, W. M. 11K1GHT, N. P. L.C. JW3 ' " iai lore-goi- SBVKIMASOll 8 & 8 SOH. ' FOOT WEAR Of Every Description. SALE OF IMNIi STOCK. Tne undersigned administrators of the estate c .. u.111 An ,tA-- .i llailv A' County Court Cay,"",u" ..luuuity, fan. ij, beforo the Court-hous- e in Msnford. Kv.. Ii.iwn hhn... nt .. .....1 .. o clock, sell to the iKhcst bidder Eight Shares ol Stock in the Fust N.t.oul liauk 01 Manford and TwoShanstn the Naticnal Hank of Hustonville. 86 J W HoclerandJ. P Ilailey, Admrs. Amftnrfl 1895, ." .lt.l 1 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. FARM FOB SAIE I I will offer for sale at puollc am tion in front ol Thiirmcnd A Shelbj's Lively Stable in lunction City at 10 o'clock on H. f J. McROBERTS. 52 w o 1 o Tuesday, Jnn'y. 29, 1895, My Splendid RTf!ffiwwKgBMiBnBIfllJI I c n r? S. Fruit Farm Containing 1 77 Acres, Situated mile South nT IttnMmn r.'... Thi. : n fine farm. '1 here are i.coo Hiighe'K Virginia Crab Trees and 300 Pech Trees on it. The faun is in a higu state ct cultivation. . L T "I: ay; o O 86 Id ltivntti.City, Junction Ky. 0 c o w " 5 - 3 crq 5. 3 2 3 3 Public Solo of Personal Property. On Saturday, auitioj At 10 5 3 tfl n . x Jan. xa, ' 95. rr O 3.5 a3 zr c? o'clock, A. M., sharp, I mill tell at public a I nS-g- o 3-- 2 Good On Work Horses, 1 Saddle Mare, three years old, . 1 o CI I I g c-- s p tit Crq w send Jersey n Ilk cow and calf, i fine red milk tow, 7 hellers, 2 briuil sows aiU some shoats, , a lot ot corn aud lodder, 1 straw nek, a lot of tiro buKKy, wood, wagon, hmplte Grain Drill, gaoilrt oiw pi ws. wagon and mijgy harness aud vauous urticles too nmnerous to mention . Terms Sums of tio and under cash In hand.' over th it amount n credit of jc. days Negotiable uotes ith sproved seci rity patableat the lirn ' National llaiik of Stanfo d required. No p opriy to bi remuved until the lerira of the are complied with ba e at my place knowu as the W II Miller (arm l' inllci liom Stanford oil the Cr.ib Oicbard pike. Remember the dale. SatuMay, Jan. 11 CKAIO, t 84 td Stanford, Ky 1 ft ft . ... S in Z - S t w 55 ffq 3 n 3 3 3 ft n ? 5. 0 rr r rr PI p n sJ Q- - r. .ft w CI z 3 ? P SEMJ-WfeEKL- Y INTERIORJOIW RARE DONE DISEASE. Sin- A CsTNSTlir.lt ati; I.OritAHIO. .blunted gular Anilftlon. Five years nfro Miss Snrnh Scott, of ubliahod Every Tuesday and Friday AT Fall lliver, Mnss., vns building into a womanhood tliat promibctl tin excep83 picn YJCAJt -tional example of feminine benuty. sopaul 33.50 will be charged,not she is a bedrhlden invalid in whom every physician in Xow Knpland is taking' nn interest. She is MilYerlntf from osteomalacia, rnru disoasoof tho bones. Hor parents wero both healthy, nnd When necessary. thoy have another .daughter who enjoys a beautiful fnco and a splendid physique. About eighteen months ago K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. MUh Scott complained of a peculiar Train nave Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning soreness in her left thigh. While aiiout at i :10 p.m. to step on a train her thigh bono L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. snapped at tho sore spot and she was The manner 1137 pm carried into a hospital. Mall train going Nrrth Don Juan O'llafferty Sure, and ..lajprc of tho breaking was so simple tho exSouth... 11 si pra Xxprsss train " South amining physician's curiosity was nt shnve smooth tho convexity of me up3lAm per lip. I want to make it nisy for the 93 ra rir.t freight North ladies untiMhis missletoe business is South.... passenger. a 07pm over. Texas Sittings. Th Utter trains alio carry Th. abov ii calculated on itandard time. Solai SoniptlilliB for tlio U07. Irno it about 10 minutes faster. Ofllco Hoy Are you going to give inc CRESCENT ROUTE. QUEEN & anything for Christmas? lloss Oil, yes; a few errands to folGoing North trains pass Junction CltT Vestibule starts 6 a. m. VesDetroit Free lVesv lows: tibule Limited 3:35 p. m. Local i:iop. m Florida Htln Sanili Scott In Suffering from a ir advanck PAGSS. tB-Wh- To-tln- y 6 OR 8 11 Ivory 6oap) '.It Floats imp ise bUK OALL. new K.i.bank. .scale, that lbs. Those wishing to puicliae will draw OnoJ-h Wagon, nearly S II. II. KINO. O. II l'K please call on me at Stanford. 4,000 John We now have a full line ol s. lljcdsoc. STORE ROOMS. or block 75 WWV3: tent Ihty arenn MlnMiet, in tho principal Mrs M.J Mil I.KU.Manisid. General : Merchandise, At the Lowest Prices. And would csll the attention el ladlesto the fact .. that Mis G II l'riilll ll xllln.- II... v . latest styles in $50 REWABD. reward (or the arrest atd conviction ef tho thltses wh., broke into my store id. 111 Stanford on the tnght Ol Dec S II. SHANKS. S4 I will give tho .I boe m Millinory : Goods, Chtar -- than they can be tMu,.ii I'induce same as cash. tlstwlnrc. To Tlio !LadiG3 I Wanted, 100 Barrels of Corn. KINO fc PRUITT, Muretand, Ky At my store you will find one ol 'he finest stocks of Milllmry and Kmtnuldcry Material ever brought to Stanford. Ihavc paid cash fur my goods and sell them lor cash, so low that you will le forced lo buy Irom me. An examination will you and you aie invited to make it. MRS. A. A McKINNEY. con-sin- MONtTMBNTS. GRANITE and MAKHLi:. J. CO., -- TO THE LADIES. SE i BEST FOR 5H1RT5. TMt PnOCTtR 4 OAMDLC Blue-Gra- ss viy$VPV. nV.j d-- , I 1 desire to call your atteullon to the fact that KARINS& am tendy to serve you In l)t" Maslng in tny and all stvlcs. I lake the best fashion Journn's Uuilders from original ileslgns and best material and keed polled on what ladles should wear, and workmanship l'rici ieaonable Come in aud k'vc lue a tll.il. Otllcn 319 Third Street, Louisville. Ky. I employ none but first class help Yard and Work Shei., Mnnioellicr, Vermont Rsspectlully, MISSMKY I SMITH, and Carrara, Italy. Stanford, Ky. Long experience; ongnal ileslgns; satisfaction 77 6 in So guaranteed. CO. CINTI. w n O. Vestibule J11 iS p. m. Limited 12:15a m Local 11:55 p. m. Vestibule arrives S:o p. m. 3outh-- N 3:33. a. m. Florida ss Blue-Gra- SWORDFISH. Capt. Hnkkmtail Tell lloir Ills V.el A PIERCED BY Sprung a As tho crer ibillty of the story rela tlvo to the piercing of the hull of tho Norwegian luirk Lorenzo by a sword-fis- h while en route to I'ensacola has been nttneked by many incredulous persons, tho captain of the vessel lias furnished the following statement to 14U1, the Jacksonville (Fhi.) Citizen: HER THIflll HONK BNAPl'KD. "Toward evening the Ath of October, It ben); county court day lor I Ii cv'n county, hlghent bidder the onco aroused. After some of the most ISO I, in latitude S3 degrees north und lell at piiblk uulcry to the to wit. described riroH'riy, expert men had looked into tho details longitude 80 degrees west, it was found that tho vessel must suddenly have re- Two Certain Parcels of Land, it was decided amputation was necessary to prolong tho girl's life. Her ceived n considerable leak, as the water I Incoln county, waters of nerves were in a shattered condition, had commenced to show Itself through Situated in Creek and beingKy , on thotwo tracts Absolutely the same Knob but tho amputation was successful. It the llooring and ballast, and this, al- of landl.ick ia Peter Vandeveer by Thomas conerl dale deed was noted at the time tho bono was of though the weather was fine, with J. Dlllehay ami wife by th ir countyofclerk'sOct i, office i(;o, of record in only a slight swell from the northwest. in deed book, 6th, the Lincoln a very unusual condition, but no such pate jjA A cream of tarter baking pow results as have followed were ex- This surprised us considerably, ns tho First parcel It bounded as follows IVeRtnninsr vessel line1 leen perfectly tight up to at a white oik and dcRwood un Shelby's line, der. Highest of all in leavening pected. thence N i'; pole to a chrstnut, where then was a double white and black oak called for, thence s. After the wound had been dressed uimea oiaies strength. 8; K 91 poles to two b'ech trees near Mill Stone nnd while she was being turned in a Government Food Report. lltunch, thence S 16! poles to J stake in Shelby's hospital bed the doctors and nurses line, thence W 91 pole to the beglnrmg, and acres, be the .imr, more or less, containing: ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., were astounded by tho breaking of a The second parcel adjoins the fust .lud la hounded bono in her right thigh, almcst in tho from on the fast by the turnpike mad leidia 100 Wall Stroot, New Yorfc. Damville to ilustontille, on lie North by the exact spot where amputation had been ot Shelby and above tract and South by the lands performed on the other leg. Tho fraclatidof CU) ton Siindldge, and containing A. S. The two tracts acres, be the same, more or ture was treated immediately and for will be told In separate parcels and as entireties eight months the girl remained ut tho SURGKON DENTIST Said property Is directed to be sold by coutent ULiiLlJinstitution under the care of physiof all parties anu on a credit of and 11 months, Office over McRoberts DrusJStore in the new cians, who studied tho case anxiously. ftual Installments, bearing interest from dsy ol Owsley Building. sale and far the puichatu money tht purchaser Stanford. Then tho broken limb healed and tho will be r quired 10 execute bond with approved personal security, hating ihi force and filed ol a girl was taken home. Her general J udgmeot, with a Inn retained upon said properly health did not Improve and she beas a luither security lor payment and ixyable to R I WARKKN, the Commissioner came a great caro to her relatives. cQ-- QS Mcstcr Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. One of the surgeons, nt a JJoston hospital, who knew of Iter case, settled ia Fall River some months ago and made 1 a close study of the disease as it developed. My stuck of Millinery and Notlonsis kept con. Not many weeks ago, while the girl stantly complete by weekly purchaics and jou was resting her foot on tho floor, trycan always find what you want I luvue joti lo ing its strength without the support of call and inifect THE 8W0UD PENETIIATEII THE VESSEL'S crutches, the right thigh bono again MISS L1CC1K tlEAZLEV, SIDE. Sunford,Ky. sunpped about where it was previously broken. That necessitated o total con- the nbove date, although wo had exfinement to her bed. A few weeks perienced heavy weather from Septemlater she was trying to chew a small ber lu to October 1. A meetirir ol the stockholders of the Kaiiuers pieco of meat when her left jawbone "The crew was immediately called Dank and 1 rust Co. will be held at their For a., Tills caused a noticeable swell- to tho pumps, and Sunday morning, housoin Stanlord on the first Wednesday banklnf broke. in Janelecting 11 Director uary. 1893, lor the purpose ing and her features now looked Kefreshing Bath.Hot or Cold, distorted. pretty weeks ago she was October 7, it was found that the water to icrve the ensuicg scar. of Two had again increased sons to show itself J. It OWSLEV, Cashier trying to fix a pillow under her head, above the iloor, but by pumping every A stylish Hair Tricijor CUan Shave, go to using her left arm to push It Into place. Cook fe Farmer's JBarbor Shop. She hadn't reached her hand to tho six hours during the rest of the voyngo we succeeded in kuoping the water A. G. Laotian back of her head before the bones of from increasing on us. John D. Castleman. A meeting ol the stockholders of the National her arm just at the shoulder joint "I then wont down into the hold nnd Hank of iliistor.viltc will be held at banking Ecemingly fell npart. She now lies on examined and listened to tho air ports, house in llustonvillc on the secondtheir Tuestayin back nursing a broken right leg, a but could pn.h hear tho rushing of tho Janusry, 1S55, lor the purpose of electing nine Diher broken jaw and a broken shoulder water through tho timlerH when the rectors to serve the ensuicg year, between 9 and la o'clock, a. m. joint. Her left leg is gone us stated. J. W. HOCKKR.Cashierj vessel rolled. Tho Oth of Octolicr I deemed It necessary to cut tho ceiling THE COPPER'S MISTAKE. planks in different parts of tho vessel, Mectl'njj. Why n Drunk Item-liethe Ktc cm with commencing about two feet above tho LIVERPOOL,. floor forward, to discover, if possible, 91,500 in lllx I'ockot. A meeting of tho stockholders ol the Klrst NaThe naivete of the averaa-- ' rj'ice-ma- n where tho leak was situated, and this tional bank of Suufora will be held at their banking house on the second I ues iay tnjauuary, 1895, charming. work wns of both BARBEE&CASTLEMAiN force issat beside a A member a of tho the vessel, continued on water sidesdis- for the purpose ot electing 11 Dnelors lor the was until finally Clark friend in cnsuinir year. MANAGERS, JOHN J. McROUEUTS, Cashier. street car at Chicago and a man who covered coming in from ubout four feet was hanging by a strap above them below tho water line. Oommorco Building, Louisville heard this fragment of their conversa"After tearing tho planks off we I found un object in iipeuranec like a tion: Ageatt throughout the South. All "I've found many a drunk fast asleep very thick stearlne candle penetrating will persons having (Uims against A. It. I'enny prMm them propcily provei. to nc at once, Looftl Agent with good clothes on him and 11101103 hi the vessel's side from the outside, hav- and those owintf the estate are earnestly requeuW A. TBIBSLE, his pocket," said the policeman. "Some- ing gone through the metal sheathing, ed to settle urO. L. I'KNNV, Kxor , sunford, Ky. STANFORD, KV. times a man gets a bigger load on than six inches of packing, grazing tho Si Id t he thinks, anil when lie starts for home timber, nnd going three inches into the Portland it upsets him and lie drops down dead inside ceiling, splitting the outside gnu Francisco : : drunk wherever he may happen to be. plank, ami allowing the water to How In n good ninny cases his drinlc lias iu very freely, although the object was A been drugged by somebody that hud as solid and fast in the wood an an Iron llEsTLINK TU THE SORT A Nil EAST. him in tow. but just ns lie was ready bolt. to pick ids pockets maybe the thief "The object, or rather sword, Is of All lines from the South make direct VIAill oval shape, circumference 2' inches nt tbrotgh CtHtr.lol I'nl :i. .Station, Cincinnati, go,wlili was scared nway. St trama the "Illtf Knur" to Chief tho point and inches nt the large end I ouis, Indianipo'.i, "The biggest pila I ever saw ou a C'Lel.nd New ark and itoston ror lull inloinsalioH call en drunk was when I was on the force In where it had broken off, and inut be nwrast aKf nt or addrtas about 20 inches long. Ho sure jour ticket read via "His; four.1' "Fortunately the vessel was in balO. It. TIN, Chicago Rr itsT" last. Had she Kpn loaded, and con- E. I'aM.McCOHMACK, (!msi.11.1'hss MAR 1'kt Agt. jr AiBjgij arsd rtliic VSanir sequently impossible to get at the leak, Cincinnati, O. it is hard to stale what might have CTLLMANSAWD bceu our fato." l!at Leak. VoYat -- LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. T omntj Dlllehay's A mr Plfl", against Vandcvrer, Deft , and Judith Carpenter. Dtfcndauls, l'Mlt., against Kvaa Shelby, In K.jui y. Pursuant to a Judcncnt of the Lincoln circuit comt remlMe ill tht abovo action at its October term, ivl. the underslcned Commissioner will nefcre tne court housedonr in Stantmd, between the hours of 10 a in. and j i m on Commissioner's Sale J. B. HIGGINS, .,.... IVtr Sc, All Kinds of Coal, Ac, Dealers n jonks. JONES BROS,, prfpnetors Dean's lllsck Diarrond Koo I'auit Kstlmairs fktniined for painting Wood, Metal and lion Rcifs Sstisfaction Uusranleed. All tools painted with titan's Ulsck Diamond I'aint guaranteed ror years Dealers In bet els tern Pumps and Galvanutd Imn riltrrs. 67-i- t jonm, Hnn. Stanford, A Ky. Tin &Slieetlron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole Treat Foi The JLadieH. estry Monday, January Miss Moore will arrlse October 1st, with thing that Is new and iwbiiT lu the way of E i'leas call and cxanuue my slock before buy lug Mypdics shall I thanking the l"wcs you for past favors. resprctluiiT, KAlh ill DIlFiKAR, MatiaKir. nxxji-iinsT- 23"sr. TBE London, J7 Car- RILEY V. U. HOUSE Kentucky. TRANK KILKY, niI.EY,.lToprlotor, - - - Pure MISS LOU ELLIOTT, TRAINED tl HitrKRicicss penter. O, IIO 3STXJKSE, ii. l'tylou and I have moved to my new Hotel and nm bettsr prepared than ever to accommodate iht public, iood Livery attached and every convenience dallied. Give me a call. STANFORD, KY. lira. Lallcy, r. D. At the Ii S. CABPBNTEB, well-know- n tl old stand ol J, II. Green Id ppirvm, PRICE, FOB. RENT. A Nice Firc-Prooi Hustonvillo, Has just received Store-Room - a Kentucky. e. . . beautiful line of Brick at South Somerset, Ilest location In Sotrervt for Gents' Furnishing goods 01 any business where a cash trade is tie sired. Address 1'erkins A. llcdduh, or call on Ur So Reddish on premises, btimerset, Ky. Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. Furniture and Stoves. Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Step In and se a nice line cf Rocking Chairs and furniture. Moves C hrapcr llaii eser before. Llfery Stable and lllaiksmilh Shop Far Rent. fP ill TO Ky. Midland R'y The Myers House, THE INDIES Only Direct Line between Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest, and quickest between 1 V. W.GKF.EN, I'ropnetor. Stanford, : : : Kentucky. tlitsl Frankfort, Georjfotown nnd Pnrlu, Onrlislo, Muysvillo, Oynthlunu, Falmouth and Covington. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland, run by Central Standard '1 ime. Time TabU Nov. iS, 1S94. No. i. No j. TItAINS EAST. a. ro. p. in. save Frankfort A 400 700 ' Summit 406 ......706 " His horn .... 7 11 4 II Trains No, 7. p. m. 100 110 1 I am still running this n Hotel and will continue It g;iv myguwisihe altsn as well as the best the msrktt atlunls. ' Slocltlioldcr' Electing. Special Attention to tho Travel- ing Public 1 Stockholders' Meeting. ROYAL OF Klitabetli Arrive Tans C " I'ans I unction " ' " " " " " " " Duvall Juhnson Swiiier 7 iS Stamping Oround.7 it 4 iS C.tortelown..ll ...7 46 C S. Depot .7 15 Newton ......So5 Centreville ......!1 16 . 8 .. . . .7 7j4 4 aS 434 4 a 00 a 10 1 140 is FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. 40 416 4 JJ 40 s o o jo p ui. j oj 311 j 15 j s8 )i( J 00 m iJ 3 34) 400 11 jj Capital Stock Surplus Att.nttan 1. 8200,000 .A 21,300 .L. TRAINS WKST. No. s. No. 4. No. J No. a. m. 94c 9 a. m insurance Company 1. Stockholders' Lvc Paris C Arr Ullrabeih Air Ccntrrviilc.... Arr Newtown ArrC. S. Depot.. Art Georgetown to Paris Junction . . -- HOTICE Arrlluvall .......1047 Arrbtatui'g (.round 10 jt Arr Swiiier., ...11 C4 Arr Elkliorn .it 11 Arr Summit ..it 17 Arr Frankf rt A. lit; A cuiiuects with II 1.. ,V Arrlohnm It .loco io oft lots 1035 1041 est 005 6 if 619 6 64a 643 ; 747 8 co 64,7 703 7 651 830 & Bio 13 710 716 7 j o 15 0 s 905 jc Big1 World's Fair: Record. Four , Route, connsc-turn- Chicago -- .1 Th Directory of this Hank is composed ol Korestus Rent, Lincoln county , SUNDAY TRAINS. S. T. Harris, I.tfacoln; Wist-Lea- ve Georgetown io:j A. M.; arrive at Franklort it 3; A. M. G. A. Lackey, I.iuooin; Last I oavc i lanklort 1:15 P. M j strive at J.W. Haydesi.StaHierd; Georgetown 3 15 P M. S.II. Ilaughinan, Lincoln; The Kentucky Midland Ralwaya d sMssnec- tions form the skottwsl aud cheapest raitla tai nil J.S. Mocker SUnfcriJ; North arnl West. points Ninth, W. A. Trihble, Stanfrd; ror lurincr 11 lormatinu sppiy 10 inesr agents. U. 1). KltsMte, flMford; CD likKCAW. (in Pass Agent. H HAMI'KIt, Gen Supl T. P. Hill,tsford. K. L. '1 aimer, Mc Kinney; M.J. Miller Mt. Vertcn' J S Hockcr, President; John J. McRssberts, Cashier; A A. MeKtnnoy, AsstsUnt Cashlor. N. connects with (J A-- C. and L. S. C connects with K. C. Notii Not 1, J, 3, 4, 7, 8 and is, dally Sunday See buntlay itams bslo. Ihst this Is tho only National Haok in Stanford . If n,lr th n.nvnInK. tt ak V.il...l tl depositors are secured not only by the capital Hock, but by the stockholders' liability lor aa 435 muiiiii ci(ui 10 mc iiuca, so 455 this institution are secured by ainai uepositors ol fund of $400,000. j 11 Five sworn statemcnla of thecondition of the bank 3 30 ... tilftit. .pK va.lrt 1im ir.,i,. C.... UTIIE . wm.i tnsnt and its assets are examined at 530 ojiumuuitui agents, mus securingstated limes ..Millions snd peifcct safety in depositors. This institution, originally established as tbs D.nfitll 11. nk nf S:,.,.,,..,, , .... ,i.H as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S63 and t.m (uiiamiruiiinc riril ftanunai Ilsnk ol Stantnrd In has had practically an uninterrupted eaistenceof is vrart Ii it l..n.r .,,nniiLi -. ' 1. ..: uuw win, .nunc, iui irauiaciiiigDusincssprumptly aud liberally than ever before in lis long aud honorable career Accounts of corporations, fidu'except ciaries, films and individuals respectfully sohc-le- rf f h MiiMt nI,...l ... ... .,,.,. S, .....'-'-.:..-."."- :; - Kt, iF. 1 w PARLOE OARS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE Wisconsin Central Lines. Bank Stoolr for Sale. RUNNING - DINING - CARS. wim e; to . K. M. BACON. D. V. A.. Louisville, Ky. F. J HEED, O. P. A 111 Chicago, Ft. Paul. ...IK YOU ARE GOING Denver. rcORTK OR ,.TI1E WEST, ASCEHP IS A DOOllW.VV. 11 Through line from Chicago to St. I'an As Kecutorof Mrs S. M. NewUrd. dee'd. I rind .Minneapolis, unking closo connec- wi,J, on Couuty Court I.iy, MONDAY, JAN 14, 1005, In frout ol the l.uuit llou.c dor in tion (no Iratibfer) with lines running to tintord, Ky , expose to public salvjj all points in .Minnesota, North and South 205 Slittrcs of Stock in tho First Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Ortgon, hihI I'acilie Coast points. The diNationalBank of .Stanford, rect linu to all points in Eastern, Middle, j. c. MASON, Kxecutcrof Mrs. a M. .Newland. Northern and Western Whconsin, Ash r Si id land, Duluth and all Lake Superior points. Double daily through train sers equipment. For full vice with Of Lincoln County. particular addrets any ticket ngent in the United Slatts or J. C. Pond, KHn.'nd 'I he New patGuiiKer agent, Milwaukee, Wis. Cali-fomi- TO THE, OITISE1TS first-clat- - $200,000. Paid.up Capital of J. iOlAlJ .8. rCJ ALL POINTS: Surplus, . COOO. SUCCESSOR toTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL OHiO, .MP.AMA, JLLIKOIS, HANK OK STANFORD, WISCONS Nowclosiog up) with the s.mt assets and under ino same matiagemunt. RfstSSOURl, KflMSflG, Ily provisions of its chatter, depositors are ss ully protictcd as aie depositors in National Hanks, flEBRftSK, COLORADO, liaole to its shareholders being held individually the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par valuu thereof, iu addition to th ARKilMSAS, CAL1FORKIA, amount invested in such shares. It may net as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fullr i &TEMASt-ca- . an individual. RABLBOAD. ESTEHn Farmers Bank&Trnst Co OF STANFORD, KY., IsncwfullyorgSHiicd and teady lor business will. 13 t Omaha. I had a beat on Twelfth street, and ono night I found man sound asleep in u doorway. He had on good clothes and wore a silk. tile that was LOUISVILLE 4 NASHVII ir. R. R. banged up pretty bad. t I shook him until ho .opened his. eyes and mumbled something. I couldn't find out ids lathe line for you, as its name nor whore ho belonged, bo I took him up to tho station and ho was Mate close connections at booked as 'John Smith, drunk and disLOUISVILLE And 0IN0INNA1 J orderly.' When they came to onroh him, I'm blessed if they didn't ilnd For all points. , ittOUOH TICKFTS SOLD ..... ... .. 31, GOO in a roll in his inside vest poekot." -llAUlxrtue. Tho policeman's friend looked surof For any Information HICK. Agent, prised, but said nothing. The olllcer of inKS. Stanford, Ky tho law understood. "Why, diirn it," vv A. MeOUOWN. Tmv. Pass. Agent, 6aid he, "I didn't know it until I got Junction City, Ky J him to tho station." Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., Un u lljliy no alclf, wo pavu her Caitorl. vVhen slto win. a ClilM, sho cried for Oastorte. 'Alien siw beoarao 3Its slis clung to Ciwtorii When nhe lmd Children, she gpvethem CaitonVl Mill, 18 WBT, Wam-WE- H, SODTB-VS- n riP'-- T ri (iei SFCOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE REST ROUTETO THE Is now In full operation, and invites the attention ol the builders of Lincoln county to its material, supeiio. workmanship and lone prices. Note To those who entrusted Iheir buisiness to us rnnagtiiK the Lincoln National Iiank ol Stanlord, we we here tenderour many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, oliering as a guarantee for prompt attention to samo, our twenty years experience ii banking nnd as liberal accommodations as aru consistent with sound banking. while . NORTH AND EAST. 'ULIMAH VrSTIBULED COACHES, SLEEPING AND DINING CARS SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE dikictohs; J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; . 11. fljouble Daily Trains SOME OF OUR PRICES: Shanks, wiu.i" Perfectly clear poplar or yellnw pine flooring at fspci hundred. As low us $150 per hundred l'eifoctlv clear yellow popla weather boardinir at ft 50 per bundled. As low as i 30 per hundicd Coiling For rheumatJ.m I have found nothlnir equal to All patterns and tliickmsMs ot as low iui in yellow me, poplar, cnusiuui anu aso, ;i.as per ln as Chamberlain'' Pain IUIrn. Il releives the hundred. 1'oubln drontd lumber as tow us j per J. ,V . IUUIIX1 "IB. UIUVUI, hundiid. lleuutiful cllow pmo finishing luinbrr, aiuuc contin- - quarter oak, ic. Save moi ey by clving us your 1 J. S. Ows'cy, Stanford; S unfGLKWESTERN CHEAPEST, BEST AND HAH-HO- A. QUICKEST LINE. ur to M Write for Kate. Mntw. umpliloia, to any btntion W. O. lltVILL, r 1(1. o'l UUlMlkL',VA. Tliiie-Tabl- At, out, Dcscrirtls T. nRSGO, Stan- - '"THE 73 Cm LANCASTER l'LANING MILL, fold. Lancaster, Ky. li. ra.Mrr ALLEN HUCt, 1(1. Tr,rll I'sw. At , tUU.'llllN.U. ltUlM)kL,ia. Kmbry, Slsuford; Owsley, Stanford; J. K. Cas Stanford; Wllllim Gco:hStanlord; A. W.;Crrenter, Mlllci'fjaville, K W. It. Citnimiis, PieBcScriv.il II Shanks, rrnldent, Dr. J.'U. Owi'ey, Cishier, W. M. ling; t, Teller J. J. 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