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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895011101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXII. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. PP Jbi (MSfc LLS 1 sJaJ. Fr,e"d"na '""), "y AddreS8- Lum" jr- 1 tot 1 JliVlLiK J OURNA -- i NO. 88 STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JANUARY full 11, 1895. r dead ono day last week. Ho hail been out hunt ing nutl camo in homo niul Hilt down to out dinner. Ho got up und went out to shoot a hawk. Ho Hliot at it as it II w nwav and ho only lived h minute or two Rlter tlio discharge of his nun. d Prof. J. 1. Watson and Ids Minnie, opened daughter, Mica their echool at tliu Academy building Monday with a aood attendance and wo wish to nay to all young teaohera who wish to boiler prepare. themselves (or teaching that they can not do bettir than patronize Ilro. Watnon, for he in a Ohristian gentlemen and u line eduua-to- -- Mr. Sam Whitehead nccotn-plishe- I,AK'AN Nov.il Mffill To M,.ih,h. W. H. Millnr !t..iil a w ii,. c...: r, iT(uirt) Vy.trsou, ioiu mi viii notion, 11. C.Jennings, W. 0 Bradley, one of tho Fox joys nnd such of my personal friends nq will excuse mo for nddressing thum through tho "Intkii-to- "Br maJU8l' hna wnorouly dispensed LANCASTER, CAnRARD COUNTY. wi"' "Smte birthday congratiil.tlona" Richard McRoberls, nlins Richard Ihlamob, for other of her numerous fain- Doty, n colored Boldier, died nt his homo !'y" T"f0,I1' 80,"f '"Jaforluno they are John , M ' ",i;"i""Haieu to iu Lancaster nt about 11 a. m , caro She is therofoio placed under tho painful necessity of calling on her country for nn annuity of nl out a J100,000,000 to keep them from au and is inclined to think Hint her folks might get latlgued and conci ler her greedy if so many con gratulations should bo nddeil to their tax s Tho widow Guelph cerlainly holds Hue drawing numbers in "The Life Lottery." livery number draws a prize every time. Her family equals in helplees- nesH, if not 111 numbers. "The Grnnil Army of t'io Republic" that Ill's up tho 'dependent list" of "the best govern ment tho world over Haw," nud are just us hard to kill. I w rilo this to show you that there are other poor and helpless people in the world beaidea onrown. Are Andy Carnegie and Clans SpreckleB a poor and dependent its they need to ibko ol tliemsoivefl to-da- Vtf U I I V a All mUU U U V i.iibn r uluUVf Aftn iow .WITH A. , r. Mrs. Mattio Garter bought of Mr. J. W. Talotho beautiful now property on Crab Orchard street. The hotiso is now nnd nicely finished and wo think it is the prettiest house in town. Sister Carter is a deserving lady and is one of the teachers in our echool. Wo are glad to know that she in so comfortably located in Hrodhead and wo suppose permanently. Mrs. Kmma Crofs, the postmaster nt Maretsburg, was tho guest of Mrs. A. J. Pike. Miw Alice liethurum, of the same platv, has been visiting Mrs. Mattio Garter, our accomplished school teacher Mr. Sam Harg, of Ohio, Is spending a few weeks with Ids cousin, J. W. Moore. Mr. J. T Hrwn, of I'nlatli, wan in town Saturday. Hro. A. F. Hutner hna just returned from Richmond, where, he has been visiting his daughter, Mh II. L. Tharp. Our Masonic installation and nop per at the Masonic Mall was a ureal The crowd was just larjjo enough nnd small enough to bo enjoyable and pleasant. Everything passed oil nicely nnd all who were prosont heetned to enjoy themselves. The llrst thing on the program was the public installation of olllcers. "Henellti; of tho Order" was tho subject of interesting and timely talks by Hros. G. V. Tharp and It. S Martin nud the writer closed with liin little say. Then a grand banquet was enjoyed, in which almost every one pres ont took a part. Wo wish to sny to Miss Peril) Nuwlaud and Miss l.'.zie Heron that wo return ti e thanks of thu Masonic brotherhood to them for the Kiiteeful manner iu which tbuy waited on nnd served tho guests. Wo do not think that Hrodhead could very well part with those two young Indies. sue-co- ' L dashing through the laud, night aud day, through biiushiue nud storm, nutated often by extra trains, and yet they gel ho far behind with their work, that an increase of production keeps them still bshlnd, although steam boals and rafts till our rivers, giving nid to (his interchange of commerce. In the face ol nil this, you seo not only tho greater portion of our own great country, but tho greater portion of nil enrth'a surface unpopulated and in idleness. Yon seo I he world in its Infancy as it were, you see fie leudeucy to interchange producls t h tendency to go forward, tho tendency f .. ...u .....i.inv ui.ioiuiio ..I um WIIUlQ . irtlli.ilHr.ir.ini ,li..U........ Ul .1 l.l world to get closer together and become, neighborly, you seo tho sun begin to ahino ami tho day dawn, when every mn shall "bo under his own vino and tig tree." You see tho unpopulated parts of the world open into lovely homes for tho miserable dens of our enlightened our civilized our Christian countries HUBBLE. where religion and brotherly love Ben Offaloy has Hired lo Jim Green abound so so well they don't abound to work in the shop here. and you ask: 'Who needs tho J. Hsrlan loit n lino 1,500 pound Now York aud London or Zu steer by a straw stack falling iu on him Inland and China? Who needs the in the storm Sunday night. missionary, tho.Christian or the Ueathun? 0. P. Underwood sold some shoals Mother earth la young enough healthy to J. Harlan at 3Jc and U. P. lirightsold enough at! ectionnto enough from her some to Gentry Bros, at smo prico. generous bosom II wa tho milk of lovo Owsley Carman has started to echool nnd life, that will aomo day feed in any at Danville. J. 0. Eubanks has gone to tiiiua over the number of children she Illinois to dispose of some horse and has to day; and alio ia not going to quit jack stock which he has there. having them. Sho ia not ono of your Aaron Bait nnd Slro Kos, a colored fashionable society ladies, that is afraid man who lives on his place, got into n of a big family; she needs no tret nurse quarrtl over Hops refusing to help him or nippled bottles for her young; sho work last Tuesday. The li was paused has a lap for them all, novor has gone dry n timo or two, when Aaron ran into him nor does sho anticipate a change of life und cut him ouo stroke with his knife This ia n partial outline of thought, in tho back and thou ran off. No hurt Hint the things you don't Bee, suggest whh done to amount to anything, bh when out at ocean nud out of sight, and Itoss will soon bo all right. All happen- they pour in upon you, until I will deed at Kips'. clare lo goodness you can see meat nnd bread nnd wine nud honey nnd clothes Wisconsin Central Lines. nnd rdielter and hope and lovo nnd joy Through line from Ohicauo to St. Pan for tho starving and nuked everywhere. and Minneapolis, making cloao connecboo almost nil North nnd South tion (no transfer) with lines running to lou America, together with tho vast nud fir all points iu MinniHOtu, North avid South tilo p'aiua of Africa uncultivated and unDakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Cali- peopled, and tho teudency of railroads fornia, and Pacific Coast points. The di- and telegraphs to gj theio and eureiy rect Hue to all pointa in Eastern, Middle, this is an eyoopenorto thu homeless und Northern and Western Wisconsin, Ash- homofleokor of tho world. There is a laud, Dultith and nil Inko Superior good time coming. "Let her go Gallif points. Double diiy through train gher,"Archie. a equipment. or full with Last night, 53 yean ngo, Mia. Guolpli, particulars address any ticket agent in nlins Queeu Victoria, discovered that bIio the United Slates or J. 0. Pond, general was going to havo n baby nnd about midS paptonger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. night alio waked up Mr. Guolph nud told Two Llvort Saved. him to ,io for the Mr, 'I nomas, of Junction CItv. III., wj Mrs Iota by iivr douors she haif consumption and tin Gulph, like most Dutchmen, was good to there wm no hope for her, liut two bottles of Dr King's New Din.ov.iry complete! cured Iut aud Ilia wifd in n pinch liko int, and ho went slw says ltacd her life Mr lnat. Humeri, ivy without another word. Ho knew the Florida S?t., San Francltco, sulfennl fiom a dread ful cold, approaching coniumptlon, tried without little follow had bctm aboard '"the Ship one bottle else then rtult everything Discovery boucht two wreks ol of State" for about uino months aud it and in Dr. Kibe's New cured, lit) li naturally thauklul. It it sucn re wouldn't d ) Lr hi uol lo havo a eafe cults of which tliee are samples, thai piovo the nnnderful cflieacy of this medicine In caught and landing, so he just stepped down street coldi. Free trial bottles at A. H. 1'enny's Drug through tho hardest kind of n rain nnd Store. Kegular me joe and $i knocked at gnuiny'a door and nskod her to got up and go homo with him. Granny waa posted aud had nothing to do, but to slip on hur top dresa and water m i mi lu Irk, we rata lnr Outon. proof, ami slid elided into them liko 1nn tttm mu n Child, sho crIM for greased lightning, stepped out the front YVtien rti beoame Miss, tdia clung to Cu.storI. door, took .Mr. Giielph'd arm and was at Wliou hhe lmd Clilldren, shuoveth'm C&KtorU tho bedside of the Q voen in .1 littlu less than nc time. NVvt morning the arrivul of "Little Guolph, aliaa "Tho Princo of Wales" was announced. This morning Ducklln'a Arnica Snlvo. The bett salve In the woild for cut, bruises, at Stanley, 8,000 milea from tho Prince sulci, ulcers, salt rheum, lever sores, tetter, dup ed hanus.rnnuiains.corns ami an skiii crupuoni. nnd nverybody elso except us of the !.t tiaiinvelv currs uilcs. or no pay renuired. It is Falklands, without his knowledge or conKuarantccu logive perrcci saiiiacnuu ur money refunded, l'rice as cents per box. Kor sale by sent, or mahce aforethought upon my A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. part, I ns representative of tho fairest Kor rheumaU.ui I have found nothlnir equal to nnd freest land the euu has over yet Chamberlain'' 1'ain lUlm. It releies the pain as soon as upplicd. J. W. Young, West Liberty. shone bright ou, havo hoisted tho "star W, Va The prompt relief it affords Is alone spangled banner, aud long may it wave." worth many times trie cost, 50 cents. Its continto congratulate Mrs. Guolph, Mr. Guolpli, ued uic will effect a permanent enro. tor sale bvDr.S.'G. Docker, druggUt, Stan- (Sr , Mr. Guelph, Jr., nnd granny. ford. an-nnal mis-sionar- JofltNAI, '' M v Dkah I'ltiHMi: Wo loft Now York on tho filh of August and I Hrrived hero on tho 2lhh of September all 0. K. W hat you don't seo white on (ho ocean is wli.it you Until; about most nnd you havo no idea how much thought It tdves until you try tt. T110 first thin, attractive to thought, is lb-- im.iiunHd pith way of old ocean, where you go for days without fieeing anything except tho ocean und tl.o ship you aro ou. Some day, after you havo been out of sight of land for two or three weoka perhaps, "A sail!" is heard from some one, and miles away isnnothersliipin view that is just as much Interested in your ship. You think of the immonso produce of your ountry, of which so email n portion produces anything and you find that tho produce of your country is only a single cargo, when compared with the produce of the world, and the produce of tho world today; only a single cargo, to what it will bo when it is nil utilized ns is its destiny, nnd thou when earth gels doivn to her level b-- st and yields n full crop, still old oee.tn'a pathway will bouncrowded. While on land you are never out of heating of trains of produce ) to-da- y, W. B. Mason, clerk, Sam Rothwell, rncky ali others from this plnce, nltu,uk'(l " ''"b"1 of Col. J K. Faulk-llerinnur' J"1, F'ick' ?" U,e 9th in8t' The luuiHiiisui njufn iiinii, bou 01 1110 late Hiram Hiatl, killed by the train at Lexington, reached this place and were interred in the cemetery at 1 i m. on Wednesday, tho 9th. He was a bright and X a I Dfe, AI g, f Big Stock & Low Prices. , Don't wait until your neighbor tells you what you have missed by not taking a look at our goods and prices, but join in the procession with those who say "Severances' Cash Store is the place to trade." be? Yes, Archie, John saw lota of sights in Patinos If I should make such discov eries here and had no better than to tell of them, all of my friends would pronounce tue "Jim Jammy" at once and n fit subject for the "Keeley Curb' nnd would regret that I hnd uicaped tho caldron of boiling oil iu which ho took u hot hith und came out without raising n Bweut, much les-- i a bu'stor Good peo plo make a great many allowances for John of Patinos that they are not going to make for me. Dometi.tn had him in ttio mines for about 12 months and no 'saw stars," while there and if I should pick up as much curious iuforma'iou in a life time as he did in that time about astrology and mineralogy and horned nnd cloven footed beasts nnd serpents and auakes, and all kinds of things that creep about night aud day on thu ground and under the ground, together with thobe "birds of the air" with wings as biir ss ship anils ami claws as powerful as a cowcatcher to a freight train, my eiTuaion wouldn't bo read ouce, much less trans lated into all languages nud read aud believed by all people for all time. There is a big dilTerouce in the uamo atory told by different gentlemen. I should be regarded at something of a liar if I should tell any such singular tuler, but it is true that we havo neither snakes, frogs, gray backs, house Hies, mosquitoes, bed bugs or ileas here, and as for stars tho clouds spread themselves so wide and so worthy young man. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith aro vial" ting his father's family. Mr. Carpenter Stewart has gone lo Gray Station, where Iib accepted a position. Miss Florence Harris is visiting in Louisville. Mr. Sam Salter and wife, of Lexington, nre visiting relatives here. Mr. William Ro mans ia in Lexington on busiuees. Misa L'zzie Jennings is tho guest of Mrs. Hat-ti- e Romans. Mrs. Kale Waits is visiting her brother in Harrison county. Miss Bettie Doorts has been quite sick, butis improving. The "Comicalities nnd Whiraeicali ties of Garrard county people," by Col, Ojcar F. Tillett, of this place, has been by the people hero wjth considerable interest, as the author'is ono of the oldest aud best posted citizens of Linens tjr. In many instances he hits the nail on the head, though like a dictionary ho r.-a- d We have a Supply of Seasonable Goods You are Invited to Inspect same. Bleadh Cottons, Brown Cottons, Cambrics, White Goods, Imbroideiies, Laces, Towels, Napkins, Table Linen, Crash, Sheetings, Spool TLrcad, Sandals, Overshoes, Boots, Blankets, Comforts, Underwear, &c. MSVfflJIffiAJTOJIS 8 & 8 gN ! it HOinewhit HiMttering 111 the presenta- &REAT CLEARANCE SALE tion of his subjects nnd tho personages mentioned. But therein lies his greatest forto tho power of jumping from one We arc now to be found in our new quarters oppos'te the Court-Hous- e theme to another with agility nnd withand shall make some prices for our customers in order to close out being thrown from his horse. If ho had lived in the days of Don Quixote, our winter stock that will astonish all. he would have made n veritable Sancho-Panzt- ; or if in the days of Ribert Burns would have laid "Tain O'Sbanter" completely in the shade, for he would undoubtedly have been That were worth S15 will be sold for $7 50 and those that were 2 10 Glorious, will be sold for $$. Misses Cloaks that were $5 and $6 will be sold O'er all the ills of life victorious," for $2. 50 and $3. Our Mens' Winter INMEMORMM ber-vi- ce flrst-clae- k. I'hiM-h- c 11 " ii I PfFH The news of Mrs. Allio Baughmnn'a 1 death, although not unexpected, spread an ti usual gloom over tho hearts of her many friends, because of her promi- Must and shall be reduced if prices will do it. Our Boots will be nence in this community as a pious, greatly reduced in order to close. Our Bleached and Brown Cottons Godly woman. The rare excellence of will be sold at unheard of prices. Our Dress Goods have been markher Christian character, tho singular affection, esteem and confidence in which ed down at least 33 per cent. ,Our Men's, Women's, Misses' and sho was held gave to her au influence Children's that will live for yeara after she is gone. In the present imperfect condition of thick And constantly, that the people human nature, truth almost continually havo only a vague idea of the "Milty forbida us to give vent to feelings of adWay" aud "Southern Cross" aud 1 miration and love, and compels us to dis- Arc always in splendid shape and at lower prices than can be found. wo new comers havo told them o' pense our praise with a great deal of reOur White Goods and Embroidery stcck is in good shape for the "Job'a coilin." straint and measured liberality. JJut Spring trade. Call and see us in our new quarters. John of Patinos had a better observa- what a pleasure to meet a character tory nnd clearer sky and moro resources whose blameleasness spares ua the pain for natural history than anyone elso has of making deductions from its virluea over had. His researches unfolded many And our satisfaction is greatly increased wonders, that no one else over saw be- in the present case because wo can give fore, couldnjt see then and haven't seen utterance to our affection and esteem since. This son of ZJbedeo would be a with the confidence of finding sympathy rare genius in any country oven now. I and full approval in tho hearts of the don't know how much quinino it would many friends who knew her so well. take to make me Bee as many sights; but She was injho 49th year of her age, quinine ii a great "eye opener" and don't having survived her husband, Mr. HenDealers in ry Biugbman, 7 yeara, being loft with you forget it. Unng your cap 011 a bed post and you the care of five children, whom bIio will think you aro iu a large hat store, trained iu tho nurture und admonition whilo Squiro Carson's monkey on a trap- of the Lord. They are ad Christians, eze polo would turn to a whole menag- following in the footsteps of father and erie. Mind you I don't say Dr. Luke mother. They remember with much went over to Patmos ou n professionsl delight her assurances of Christian hope visit to John. All of you write to tue. nnd her expressions of religious a Good-ByThey btat the world. J. H. Millkk. during her illness; but a higher . !u fnnanlittimi tlinrt n luatimniii MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Vory of blne. loU Uiem oven tho Tho various county officers elected less and well spent life. But sho has list November were inducted into office gone home to rest by tho still waters Monday. It would aeetn that after eo useful a life M. C. Miller, Jr , who is telegraj God would allow her to pass away easily Which is under their mmagemciit, is headquarters for the traveling for tho Southern, has our thanks for and painlessly. Utit not so. Fifteen public and is one of the best hotels in the State. a ham of tine venison. weeks of pain nud sullering must be en.For six months we have tried Mt Veinou Institute began its first dured. Nearly a hnlf century iu Monday last with (10 enrolled pusession this g.in for heaven in a life of pils. A ti er have been edded to the s vice and Ohristian fortitude. But thin hstsinco. will not suffice. It is too rich aud rnre i Wilbur Cheanut left Tuesday for r.Jm I10t t0 be perfect; and so there mutt every one realizes the advantages and Unu,-tll.nta caiw! .'11. u. 11 moult uiunu ' b i a few more cuttitins of the chisel aud And find it a success, and of a strictly Cash System. II..'.. AJitis.aa, 'r..r.i.i economy has sold a portion of his iuterebtd at a few more raspings of the file and it Live more economical, buy goods cheaper, pay YOU Aransas I'as-f-, Toxud, a ,d has moved to Will bo a je.wel fit for eternity. At high Your account as you go, are not annoyed with Gutbtie, Oklahoma. innn Monday, Januniy 7th, the work A collector and do not dre.id to see January ist. waa finished, the jewel polished, and shu I know what she's got iu her stocking, W H I LE h is gone. Death Oil, no. "There is Although it is hidden from me, Sst the prices, sell cheaper than the cheapest, WE What seems so is transition " no death For you het 1 havo not forgotten save you money and carry a full line of Thu days when wo bathed in theses. She walked along tho heavenly heights, . Hardware, communing with tho Infinite, ou toward Fancy nnd Staple Groceries, A Concordia (Kan youth darkened Vulcan Plows, glorious Hunset, until tho crimson Tinware, tho bin mustache with black pomado aud gates Majestic Ranges, rolled back, and sho in and Arizona Stoves, took his girl out for a moonlight stroll. c Hit Heating Stoves. Salt, Lime, Cement. tunes to walk with God. Sho lives When the fair one appeared a couple of CSyExanii.ie our Prices."1a und standing on tho battlements face looked liko a conl hours later her of heaven, with a triumphant shout sho miner's. calls to her loved ones to bo comforttd, Any one who hat children will rejoice with L. It. MulfoLl.of I'UInvile, N. J. His little boy Sho has left them, but not until she had five yoir ot unc, wa tick with croup. Kor two instilled into the minds of her children iuy and uUhi he tried various renutllci rtcom menJeil by trii'iuti ami neighbors, lie says: "I that love which to shino as the noonday thought uro I thought sure would lose linn. euu ueeds only to be associated with the lmd seen CliambcrUin's Couh Kcuiedy advertiswould try it as a last liopo holy name of mother. To ed and thought have had such ept am happy to say lht alter two do.es lie anil until morninf. I nae it to him next day and a a mother is honor enough for auy i unieuro was cllected. I keep this remedy inthe house now and as soon as any of my children show sigus ty. Her memory is a joy and an inspiOf Every Description. nt croup I slvo it to them and that Is the last ol ration. Father nud mother are united It." ccnt bottles (or sale by Pr. S. G, again and they aro waiting for tho chit 35 and s llorker, druggist, Stanford. drjn wnitiug at the foot of tho throne, Mr. Ira P. Wetinore, a prominent real estate under the tree of life, until that day man. ban Angelo, Tons, has used Cnumbarlaiu's when they ahull be reunited, a happy Colic, Cholera and Uiarrhica Remedy in his family f. it several years as occasion rcqnlred, and al- baud, around the throne of God, aud Men's FineShoes in Machine and Hand Sewed. Children's School ways wuh perfect success, lie says: "I lii d it a perfect cure for our baby when troubled with colic this grief will bo swallowed up iu the Shoes. Ladies fine Kid Goods in welts and turns. ordjBcntcry. I now ftel that my outfit Is not joy of that Heavenly meeting. complelo without a battle of this ivcmedy at home or on a trip awavlrom home.1' W. E. Ellis. Kor salu by Dr. S. 0. Mocker, drufrght, Stanford, Ky., Jan. 0, 1895. lUJUfJ'JL'JkdLJlJN jFt.ir 4r r,&rijrTfri;triwk.''Y mI A) o HUGHES & TATE. Earris & Hardin Chinaware, Glassware, Onyx Tables, Lamps, Water Sets, CANDIES, NUTS AND FRUITS emo-tion- e, .it-im- j The St. Asaph Hotel. h-i- pro-pirin- 11 111 1 FHE CASH SYSTEIVi, -- I I ! ! ) pas-so- to-da- y W. Ii. WEAKEN & CO. 1 1 1 FOOT WEAE Kip, Calf andRubber Boots H. J. McROBERTS. Slan-lor- d. yVrt&-t-4!r- " V tf B IV It t ' Sr &v In rescuing his son, who had fallen man "caught on In great shape" nnd Into n pond whilo skating, J0330 Tuloy, wore loudly applauded. Mrs. Lewis, ns of Daviess county, became cramped and Dora, was charming, and her Blngiug nnd dancing whs clever. As a wholo the was drowned. Stam'Oiu, Tliirty-nindemocrats voted with show is one that has something iu it to the republicans in opposition to tho Cur- pleafo ovorybodv who enjoys a good of them w6ro laugh. Detroit v Mich.) Freo Press. At rency Bill. Twenty-siVV. from the South, and Mr. Ellis was tho on- Walton's Opera Uouri Tuesday Jan. 15 NEWSY NOTES. ly Kentucky member among thorn. "church affairsT There does not at present npponr to Tho president has deculed to conA live cat was found iu a mail sack, b) any hope t it tlio democracy. Party which was sent out from tho Cincinnati tent himself with reprimanding CollecRev. T.J. Godhey's meeting at tho tor Johnson for showing disrespect for LnOrnngn Methodtat rhurcb resulted in plelaea never eat n lightly on tho poo p'e, nor were tuey ever so greatly ignorTho assessment of Jelferson county his civil servic-- order putting cortain in- 20 additions. Rev. F. 8. Pollitt, formorly pastor of ed by the politicians. Nominations are is $123,237,351, an increase of $120,703 ternal revenue employes within tho proIt has always been our aim to merit the approval of our customers tected pnlo. no longer equivalent to elections, even over last year. the Methodist church hero, lina had to Paul Wilson. i farmer near Vance- - retire from the charge nt Frankfort ow and we are gratified to say that our expectations hive been fuliy re in the strongest democratic districts, and James Darling, of Newberry, Fla., dnnocratic caucueos nt Washington fail fell on a circular saw and wan cut com- burg, who had Huflered greatly from ing to ill health. alized. Our business has increased over that of last year and in many of their pnrposo and bind nobody who pletely in two. toothacho, swore that unless the pain Rev. Mr. Helm will preach at tho confirm us in the him- Presbyterian does not care to bo bound. The cauchurch Sunday morning expressions of kindness our friends and customers While hunting, Joseph Fiuloy, of ceaaod in live minutes be would kill cus of the House democrats called to Trigg county, was accidentally and kill- self. Tho pain did not cease and ho kept nnd Row S. M. Logan will preach at belief that they will continue to give us agood share of their patronconsider the Carlisle currency bill was a ed by Ed Wilson. his word by hanging himself. Ron land that night at 7 o'clock age. We carry the best selected stock in medium price pan. Many members refused flish Jackson Day wasgenerally observed. Dr. Talniago Is said to receive $500 Green Brlcrboomat Uoncovote, W. to attcud nud those present tailed to ac- Va., broke nnd 11,000,000 Philadelphia Congressman William fet of lumber At Wilson, Congressman McMillin nnd for a lecture nnd eotni'timiofs $1 000. liu complish anything, and a vote in the went with tho current. L. his lrcturcs makos more money out House to adopt tho cloture at a certain Three young men were drowned Senator Wblto, of California, were tie than any other man on tho platform. time was defeated 129 to 124. This is near Shepberdsvillo while attempting to principal speakers. At Omaha, or Gov. "Are the 8Hcred Seriptun-- n Boies, of Iowa, spoko on the "Tho Issues considered a test vote and shows that secure a raft of logs in Salt river. revelation from God, or nepd we the Carlislo bill is done for and that no of 1S90." At Indianapolis there was a oilier rutelationH."' will be tho subject of Mrs. Kate Horn, of Wilkesbarro, Fa., currency legislation will be had this ses- who Elder W. E. Ellis' discourse Sunday has just died, had been a member of magnificent demonstration. sion. If by any sort of chance tho Hotisn CharleB Thomas, night watchman at morning. Ladies' and Gents.' Furnishing Goods, Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths, the Methodist church for 80 years. Pieaso say in your next pap r I will would adopt tho bill the Senate would the Kentncky Central depot, in Paris, Hats and Caps in this section of the country and believe in the motto: Senator Isbam G. Harris was renomaielve it, and hero we go straight to tho shot and killed a negro man named Gar- preach a pennon, at Hustonvillc, next by the democratWe will give a few damnitiou bowwows. The democratic inated by acclamation ret Martin. Martin was stealing coal Sundltv, tile 13th iuat., on tho Bible doc Quick Sales and Small Profits. Legislature. leaders bavn't proven equal to tho occa- ic caucus of the Tennessee from a car nnd when Thomas ordered trine of Sanctidcation, D. V. Any text8 William Mall, a New York jeweler him off tho negro threatened to kill of Scripture furnished mu before bund sion and the people, not without reason, then fired at him. Tho hall will bo duly considered. W. L. Wilare coming to the conclusion that they clerk, admitted to bis employer, that ho and passing liams are not capablo of running the govern- had stolen a ring a day for eight years or struck him in tho 2.000 in all. body killed him Instantly. tbrougn the ment. The outlook is moat unpromisHUSTONVILLE. To show how we propose to knife the prices. Lancaster Apron Charles Rich, of Russellville, in at Tho government baa lot tho contract ing and tho prospect is that unless the party pulls itself together and does some tempting to climb a tree after n squirrel for raising tho British frigate Hussar, Found last Sunday, on the strecls, a Check Ginghams .' and 5c. Kxtra Heavy fine Hrown Cotton thing worthy of its great naino and for he had shot, fell to the ground and was which struck a rock and foundered off p Auvouh calling on Georgn Hlcach Cotton 5, 6' and yiC. Clark's Thread 3 spools for 10 Fort Norris, or Stony Point, in Etet Gsode nnd describing amo and its contho good of the entire country, it will instantly killed. cents. Ladies' Shoes 75c, $1, Si. 25, $2 up to ?.. At Wheeling, W. Va.. three children Rivor, New York, during tho revolution- tents may receive it. a?ain be turned out to graBB for 25 years. died of diphthe- ary war. Sho was supposed to have on lluatonvillti has a 6'ioemnker and all Oh for a Moses-tlead us out of tho wil- ofElward Wlnnccker derness and for a dispensation of Provi- ria withinlau hour. They were 0, S nnd board ?,,SOO,000 of British gold sent ov- who havo been comnlaining of tho lack ! er to pay the British troops. The con of uuo may give hun a ctll. We have dence that will help us out of the slough 10 years of age. get 90 percent of treasure. never yet called for anything through of despondl The architect of the Woman's build, tractor is to tho I. J. and failed to get it. ing of the Cotton States exposition, to be Either lace or Congress. We arc sure to convince you that it will be FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Tiie death of Gol. John K. Faulkner at held in Atlanta, Ga , is to bo Miss Elsie Mr. W. O. Speed, of Somerset, will Richmond Monday night removes from Mercur, of Pittsburg, Pa. Jack Chinn leads the winning own- run the Weatherford Houso barroom to your interest to trade with us. Thanking you for the many favors the sphere of honorable existence a lino Mrs. Eliza Craycroft, aged ,o yearn, ers at San Francisco, having won 111,4(10. from now on. Miss Lucile, tho pretty bestowed upon us in the past and sincerely hoping (or a continuance gentleman and honest republican. A of Sharpaburg, dropped a lamp Monday G. C. Baker bought of J. M. Martin little daughter of Geo. B. Cooper, is vis- of the same and wishing you a Happy New Year, we remain Very wound received in battle for the Union night, so frightening her consumptive seven steers aud heifers nt $12 to $13 50 iting here. Miss Maggie Ingles, tho pretespcctfully Yours, has given bim much trouble of late and daughter that tho latter died. W. H. Traylor bought of B W, ty elocutionist nud actress, in visiting it was greatly irritated recently by a fall Gen. R. A. AlRer, of Detroit, gave Gaines 30 hoga, of 100 pounds average at Miaa Lou Mocker. Mrs George O. Goodo from the cars at Lawrenceburg. It gfvo 1,000 overcoats to the newsboys of that 31 has returned from a visit to her parents, -- G. & O. P. Cecil havo consigned oO Hon. Harvey bim excruciating pain at times and forc- city for a Christmas present. Gen. AlHelm was up Monday ed him to use anesthetics freely. When ger is a candidate for president. head of high class trotters to Beary'a sale uigtit giving the town hoard n send off we first know bun he was circuit clerk of in Chicago this month. Advocate. for the ensuing year Mr W .H. Miller BTST., says that Peter Jackson, in Corbett Garrard, having defeated the noted Eb J. H. Dunn bos bought in tho last day, was a better man than Fitzaim-mon- s few days several good milk cows at is the attorney for tho town, but could Kennedy. Afterwards he served a term his not be present. MUses Mattio and Kntl will be, but that the is A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, $27 to f 10. He will UBe them in his dai-rai Buryeyor of the port of Louisville, "nigger" or ever played out. erino Alcorn havo returned to Oxford has now with much credit, and added largely to at Danville. T. D..RANEY, Manager. after spending their lengthy holiday at One hundred and twenty persons W. R. Bayless, of Crawfordsvllle, home. his long list of friends. Ilia wife, who In tho liranch Stores: was a Miss Bell, died a number of years were drowned or burned to death Ind., bought of M. S. Baughraan, P. W. Bay of Rio de Janeiro by the explosion 2 Jersey heifers and ago, but he never remarried. Twodaugh Green and others A. S. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrenceburg,. Cynthiana, excursion steamer. tare and a Bon survive bim. Col. Faulk- and burning of au cows at 115 to 30. SURGEON DENTIST Virsaillcs, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. Beriou8 riot of tho ur- There was a ner was a brave man, a true friend and a W. B. Kidd, shipped to Baltimore magnanimous foe, and leaves a name un eraployed at St. Johns, N. F. The lead- for Lehman Bros., 19 cattle purchasid Office over McKobtrta Drug Store la the o Owsley Building. tarnished byjeven a breath of suspicion. ers were arrested, but more trouble is from S. D. Goff, weighing 1,530 lbs, Stanfsid. expected. They were an extra M. S. Haighimn, which coat J, V. lUll.MHAN Gov. Brown in words that burn re-- v Senator Blackburn will ask the next flue lot and all dehorned. Winchestir ews the action and remarks of Judge Kentucky State convention to repudiate Democrat. Buchwalter, of Ohio, in refusing to let a the Bilver plank in the National demoAuctioneer Prewitt reports the dulh st negro prisoner be brought from bis State cratic platfoom, but we hope be- will get January court ever known In Richmond rxormiTOKjon a requisition, and reads him a scathing turned down. on the market. Tho About 300 cattle SALE lecture on law and good manners. lie In an encounter near Newport, Sam- beat brought 3 cents. Lower grade 21 Every thing new and the best in every line. STAIJLE, charges him with usurpation, prevarica- uel SwimB attempted to kill James Fields cents. A few horPB sold for SIS to $71 tion and the subordination of the - - Kontucky. a successful rival in love, fatally wound- Mules sold from $25 to $40. Paragraphof the law to his own caprices ed Field's bride and her mother, Mrs. sold reJ. F. Hall, of Danvers, III., His decision is without precedent and his Mary Cooper. II you need livery give us a oil. Nothing but cently on the Chicago market Shorthorns s act is a proclamation of welcome and The Fidelity Loan and Trust Com- for $0.15 per 100 pounds. The eteera av- for rates. turnout! will leave our liable, bee tu In our We solicit your trade. Old and New Customers will Receive Prompt protection to all law breakers and mur- pany, of Sioux City, la., has defaulted eraged $10985 cents each. They were HARNESS SHOP derers, who choose to seek refuge for on large interest obligations, and a re nurcliBHed in the snriug at a little over Attention and Accurate Service. You will find a good assortment of HatncM, their crimes in the Buckeye State. Judge ceivership is talked oi. Its liabilities are 1,200 pounds and sold at 1,702 pounds. "saddle, At. Havojour repairing done by Buchwalter no doubt enjoys the notorie- about $4,000,000 T. O. Anclin lost by lightning on his our man he understands hit business. We have a ty he has gotten by reneon of his decisTho HuntBville, Ala. Female College farm in Fayette riuuday night, Mambri-n- o mechanic 10 our Bookseller and Druggist. BLACKSMITH SHOP. ion, but after getting Gov. Brown's dress was completely destroyed by fire. All of May, by Matnbrino Patchen, dam by ing down, he will fuel like the hoy that the girls wpro safely got out, and most Onward, a bay mare by E'ectioneer, and Will guarantee first class work and satisfactory the calf run over and be left with noth- of their belongings saved. Loss $45,000 Annie Almont, by Almont, dam by Matn- price. Tiy our horse shocr. ing to say. insured for $25,000. brino Fatchen. AH were with foal to To the democratic legislators of Illi- Wilkes Boy. Loss about $3,000. Owens' answer to Denny's notico of MacVeagb said last contest is a deadener and he is following nois Hon. Franklin A Kitcutor of Mm S, M. N'fwl.nd dre'd. I OF A LOCAL NATURE. "high time to drop theshibbo-leti,'!,,,onou.r,'t'ou', me MONDAY, JAN it up with proof to sustain it, but it will ntght it is 01 i iouu, in court llouie door in of Tariff Reform and raise tho ban be labor lost. The next Congress wont The Cincinnati Southern road has Stanford, Ky ,ironi to public tile expote ner of Fre Trade." take time to decide a contest on its meran madeimportaut addition to its passenFor the second time in its history ger equipment, in the Bhape of two hand 20JShares of Stock in tho First its. The republican will be seated no National Bank of Stanford. matter bow good n case the democrat Christian county has a colored Cor- some new dining cais, which are now presents. Denny knows this as lie also oner. James L. Alleusworth is his name running. J C. MASO.V, Si Id Executorof Mr. S M. Ncwlaud, .FINE GOODS,. knows ho was not elected, and that's and he is a Baptist preacher. He was Kobert Hyatt, a telegraph operator what gives him the gall and confidence e'cted by a majority of 39. of Versailles, was run over'and killed by BANK STOCK. About 40,000 logs and a 100,000 ties a passenger train on the LouisvilleSoutlr SALE to make the contest. came out of the Little Kanawha on the ern at Loxington. Ho wns formerly f Tng Tennessee democrats die hard, but rise. Most of the logs were caught, Garnrd. Too undersigned admlniitratorof the estate of America llailey, dee'd, will oo Monday, Jnn. 14, the prospect of a contest for the gover- though several thousand went down the J.O.Kean, abrakeraan on the Cincin- 1895, County Court i.ay, liefore the In Stanford, Ky.. between the hours of 11 norship grows smaller by degree.!. The O'lio, Most of tho ties were lost. nati Soutborn ioad,was knocked ofl of bio o'clock, sell to the ighest blddf r Klght 11 and ol Shnres Homeseekers' excursion tickets will train by a bridge last night and killed Slock In the Fust National Haul. ofHtsnford aod best time to contest is before the election, and if you get boat then, it is beet he sold on January 15 at one and one- - He lived in Lexington. Ilia wife's first TwoShartatn the National Hank of Huttonville. 86 J. W. Hocker and J. I' Uallev. Admrs. to swallow your medicine. Evans, re- third fare, blus $2, for the round trip. husband wbb also a railroader and wub For a Nice Calendar Call on publican, is elected on the face of there-turn- s The trunk lines have given notice that killed in an accident. I and the democrats bad just tm well such excursions will ho discontinued afMiss Gertrude VanEraen, a pupil at mike a virtue of necessity and raiso no ter March 31. Western Female Seminary, Oxford, O , I will offer for sale at public auction In front ol further objections to his inauguration. Hon. Joseph B. Read, the old law- at which there are a number of pupils Thurmond St Shclljj'a Livery btalile In Junction City at 10 o'clock on INSURHNCE EGBRT. SWHFORD. yer and politician familiarly known by f fom this section, in order to dry The good news comes from Washing- everybody in Louisvillo and Frankfort had just washed, sat 29, 1895, which she ton that the bill to divide Kentucky into as "Uncle Joe," died at tho Central Lu- hair to the lire. Her drees My Splendid Federal court districts may fall natic Asylum, at Lakeland, of brain dis- with hor back two caught aud ebo was burned to death be t irougb a division in the Kentucky dele- ease and general debility. Fruit Farm Containing 77 Acres, And TORNADO. Temrorary office at U W. fore assistance arrived. Vandeveet's store. gation. We hope so. There is no need A portion of Snead & Co.'s iron county, Sunday Situated i mile South of Junction City This it a AtSalvisa, Mercer fine farm. There are 1.000 Iluehe'a VireliifSi Crab of another district, except to increase the works on Market Btreet, Louisville was Qght detween Sylvester and Trees and 300 Peach Trecson it. The faim it in THE OK great army of people who are living off destroyed. The loss will be about $10,-0)- 0, night, in a a hlh state of cultivation. Seymour Jordon on one side and Will V. W. HANDMAN.Ast , government, and to reward some of the by insurance Wrigbtand Jim Cosby on tho other, 86 td which is fully covered Junction City, Ky. old party hacks, who must be supported. Tho burned building was used as the Seymour Jordan's throat wob cut from H. Bronaugh, Pror, ear to ear and Sylvester Jordan was shot The ghost of the Breckinridge race generai office and pattern room. Seventy-thre- e moonshiners from in the neck, probably fatally. The Banquo'a, will not last Suaiunr, like Crab;Orchard, - - Kentucky. Of Lincoln County. have been terrors in that end of down. W. N. Line and Judge G. B. Harlan and Whitloy counties, came up on tho early K. O. train yesterday morn- Mercor county for years. Darwood JorThe New Kiacaid mat in the Phoenix Hotel at I'irs foi sale from thi!bet tvm.i.1 Kesisterd Berving a Lexington, Wednesday night and tho ing, and left for Louisville on the O. & O. dan, another brother, is no Mill, Stock. Iircedtrs secured from the best herds In several different Stales. Cotrespondercc Solicited. old quarrel was resumod, a tragedy be- where they will bo tried in tho United term in the penitentiary. Lancaster, Ky., Si Plunkard. Tho performance of ing only prevented by the promptness States Court Winchester Democrat. W. W. Taylor, tho retiring republi'Si Plunkard" d the opera house on Is now In full operation, and invites the attention of friends. can Treasurer of South Dakota, in mips-i- Monday night drew n good house and ol the builders of Lincoln county to its material, njjieiij. workmamhip and low prices. Note 'Like the man who said that the horse and it develops that ho is gavo tho best ofjsatisfactlon. Mr. Lewis was 17 feet high ami Btuck to it, Mr. short in his accounts. Asa result tho iscortaiuly manager and SOME a' successful OUR Watterson, who opposed the nomination First National Bank at Kedfiald, of which knows how to please the people. Ho carPerfectly clear poplar or yellow pine flooring at of Cleveland, still sticks to it that bo is he is president, has been closed. As low hundred. ries a splendid ;band and their unique fipei tuudrtd. yellow popasla $1 50 perboarding Perfectly clear weather the cause of all the ills that democracy is The cause of the suspension of the puade iB very laughable, a euro cure fi r Hi 50 per hundred. As low as $1 30 per hundredat heir to. The great editor is another liv- Ihnk of Waddy, in Shelby county, was iimi.inin Tlnrn in lust ononeh nlot in AllpaUcrn and thicknesses of Cell in if in yellow Ib 'Receiving His me. poplar, cnestliut and as aa ing evidence of tho pride of "I told you that the directors refused to elect tho ,n norfnrmnnco to interest tho aud'- - K uuuieu. i'uuuiu urerseu ash, tow low Si as per as la nor lumoer as .,. . huLdrcd iH'auiiiiu veiiowpine lumuer, 0. .,.!. -:- old cashier, nnd his friends made a run euce, while tlio specialties are 1110 oesi ,iuarter oak.&c. Save mat ev bvnnisninK us vour FALL-:-AN- D L'lvinir tobicco warehouo on tho bank, withdra-vinA Louisville dopoaits, and bniiu'out the talent of tho perform trdeit.TIIE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, their Goods Warranted ar.d a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Lancaster, Ky. thus causing tho temporary suspension era The Jew, Old Si, and tho Dutch 73 Cm holds 7,000 hogsheads. 5EM1-WEEK- And now Caruth is "mentioned" for INTERIOR JOURNAL U. S. Senator, The woodcock .la kept busy theso troublous times mtking tho only remark ever attributed to him, and Ky., Januauy 11, 189") ho must have put additional.emphaais to his "Groat God" this timo ns ho flaw away out of Bight. I?. WALTON. o Louisville Store. i To Our Friends And Our Patrons. post-ollic- in-th- e sulli-cle- nt Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Boots, him-Thoma- s he-ut- , J-- c icket-boo- k. 4, 4'c. SEE OUR $1 MENS' SHOES LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAlTrOHD, -- y 1 PRICE, M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- - NEW STOCK! LIVERY, FEED & Stanford, coin-min- ds - Drugs, Books, Stationery. W. B. McROBERTS, firit-clu- Htl-dlt- a, Bank Stools for Salo. h DANKS, . JEWELER. OF Court-hous- e Prompt Attention, Low Prices. FABM FOB. SALE JOHN H. KIRBY, D hr Tuesday, Jim'y. FOR FIRE, LIFE. ECCIDEH1 Duroc Jersey Red Swine TO THE CITIZENS Jor-da- .k. ns Lancaster Planing ng H.6.R0PLEY,-e- - OF PRICES: I WINTER .: GOODS. S fc " icMl Weekly Interior OURNE II. -- SrANKom, Kv., Janiwiiy 11, 189r E. C. Walton, business Manager PERSONAL POINTS. r. Miw. M.JC. Loud, of Louisvillo, Is via itiiiKHt.Mr. II. T. Ilrtrria'. , la Mihs Khkda Mimii, of Loxlnj-tonthu Kucst of Mra. Wlllinin Kicu. Mil. and Miw. W. I.. DuDUEiiAii nru YlMtlnj; relutlvea iu Oinoinunti. iit'iitB J. S. Muhi'HY lia tnken rooms iu tho Crfli houte, lenntfil l)y Dr. J. II. Halloa. revuiitfl peoTiik wrctclivtl ami protluci'B h ple from perambulating paucity of peraonnla. Klukii Juskimi Iai.loit la very ill nml his pliyalclauH aay tlio symptbma nro for pneumonia, .Mrs. Mauv V. Kowjian ami MifB Virginia IJowmnn canto up from LM11 villo ycMenlay to visit Mra. Forectua Held. Mil. H. K. Hout has moved liia family from Mr. John KiiKleman'a on Ct'inrtery hill, to Mra. Xoviua' cottagoonLaucaHtur Htreot. M11 W. K. TiiArr, owing to fnilini; r fav-orab- lo t '. Office on I.aocaiter Street, oppoiite the Tub Stanford Water, Light and Ire Collection, rcce.ve especial attention. 83 Oouipany made ita usual dividend oil) or per cent., but the directors will not order its payment until the stockholders The weather like tho timeB seem to vote on whether tho amount, or as much Wo ol it as may bo necessary, shall be ex have gotten out of joint and not able to Home will rent at public auction before the Court As to prices, we confidently claim to sell them cheaper than any door iu Minford on Count, Court ilay, ita equilibrium. Tuesday morning MONDAY. IAN. 14, 1895, next pended in boring for gas, which experts resume between the houit ol House, city or country, and iintida, KlPTYACrEaOK LAND to so In any can be tound in paying quantities at aaw the ground covered with snow again, corn and 30 or.40 in gran, CITY ANO VICINITY. L. L. Dawson ami J. II Ilrlght, Wednesday It hailed and elected nnd 1,500 feet. IiUY n Majestic. 87 at Exors. . 1.. Dawson. yesterday it rained and got slicker till it . daughter Catiikiu.nk, the Hicks Takk your repairs to Dank a, the Jew- ol Mr. nnd Mrs. Fore&tus Rdid, met with was almost impossible to walk. predictions aro being fulfilled with a veneler. an accident the other day that may causo geance and increasing the confidence that Hkatimi stoves at cost. W. H. Wear- - the Io?s of one of her eyes. Slio wa' certain people hold in his infallibility " in her baud nnd lnldiug a If you count your labor at anything at all. They are made as well as en Co. all pray for a safe deliverance and a You've hcatd of me, IauCiming while playing, fell, the buttoner piercing Let home-madCome to see gooda and so why bother with making days. Gasoline stovea oi all kinds. V. H. the corner of one ol her eyes nearly an return pi brighter 15, is a slight bow of promise in There us at your earliest convenience. We will offer Weren & Co. inch and making an ugly wound. The 1 he Great Con.edv Success. Many Imitators but received from Washington yesterditmnged greatly, but the doc this ia No bucccssois. Nkv lino of watches iu splendid de ball not day: "To Walton, Stanford: -- It tin or tors fear tiiat tho discharge caused by the " atgna at Danka, the jeweler. Fair, warmer rndav. anow wound may disease tho pupil. Uarpngton." . Supported by the Brilliant Little Actrcs, Tk.v, VI. It and 10 foot poplar boxing Tiik examining trial of Sheriil' VanArn-dull- , Beginning at neatly trimmed, well made, full size Gowns, in for sale. H. J. Mcl.oberta. MATRIMOMALMATTERS. of Mercer, was called Tuesday, but JEANETTE-:- several styles, at 50c. Better qualities at 60, 6$, 75, 85c, $1, -- On the 10th Georgo W. Curtis and Tiie now county And n Solect Compinj of Tiik Spring aeaeion of Stanford Female continued until 51.25, 51.50, 51.75, 52 and 53. We have them either plainly judge declined to sit in the case nnd Miss Lola Jones wero married at Mr. S, , College will begin Tuesday, Jan. '1'Z. Twenty : Talented : Comedians, or elaborately trimmed, to suit all tastes. Squire Neat will conduct it. Kxcitement K. Jones'.. In the Laughable laukce Comedy, Wk have the beat plow for tho money is tunning high nud when t,he Squire reThomas L. Morgan, a widower of 48, .. fused to let the prisoner be guarded long and Mips Nancy J. Blaukenship, a maidever oil'ered in Stauioid. Higgina & ...... . CSI or ami ordered him to jail, there was a en of S2, were made one Wednesday. lilllU burst of applsusu. Neat admonished the Jacob and S trnh Ililler, of Huron YanKverjthwij New but Klioant front, rooms to rent in Craig's crowd that a repetition of such would county, Mich., aro each over 100 years kee Show 1rae!ln. the Title. The only Fresh Beginning at 50c for a neat, plain skirt of good quality and Everything New, and Otigioal .Malting the Funniest Parade. Carbrick houBO. Prices nominal. J. II camo tho court room to bo cleared. Col, of mo and in good health. They wero ry tho make, with ruffle, and on up at 65, 75, S5, $1, $1.15, 51.25 llallou, M. I). G lither for tho defense, snid: "Yes, married in 1814. and 51.50, up to the most elaborate and elegantly trimmed tho Road so when the applause is led by n judge recently A North Carolina W11 have forged our way to tho front See Ihe Oreat It. R. Scene; th Th.oJhlng Maones at 52.75. man who has twico been tried for Ids life granted a divorce to a couple, and two chine Scene; the County Fair Scene and expect to hold it if prices will do it. I.oolc Out for "Si'' and his Country Dand " an I ought to have been hanged." A weeks thereafter married tho divorced the runniest Street I'arde ever Seen. HughtB&Tate. Reserved Seats on sate at W. II. McKoberu' number of prominent lawyers are en- wife, who had considerable property. Drug Store. Kxtha supply of hoota and shoes for gaged in tho case. Miss Gertrude Vanderbllt, daughter court day trade at extra low prices. Sevof Cornelius Vanderbllt, who mado her II GEO B COOPER. Suicmr. Col. John K. Faulkner com- debut Wednesday afternoon, receiveu JAS. YCAGEIt. Beginning with 25c for good ones low enough for anybody, erance & Son. mitted suicide at Richmond Monday 14S bounuots. valued at about J25.O0O. and better ones at 35, 40, 50, 60, 75, 85c, up to finest at 51.25. : : For Hkst. Four rooms over our sta night by taking poison. He had been Mm Fannio Marshall, of Rock villo bio. Nico suite for a doctor. M. S. k J. suiler'ng greatly from a wound received Proprietors of. Ind , had a quarrel over a trivial affair V. llaughmau. in tho war and twice lately had suflered witli her lover and ended the whole busL.Ivcry A note was found iu iness by taking enough morphine to kill Don't fail to sen our cookBtovea. 1'con paralytic attacks. STANFORD, KY. hia room hold together by a handsome her. omist Range and 0. K. Jewel are in tho Beginning at 25c lor neat, trimmed crambric covers; then on Having bought of P. W. Green his Llveiv buspin that a lady had given him Christmas Mrs. Sarah A. Lewis, of Bardatown, iness and added tew buggies and horses, we aie load, HigginB& McKinney. 50, Co, 75, 85c, 5 and 51.25. 35 4 and which ho RBked to bo returned to yesterday filed suit for $25,000 damages prepared to furnish P Wk must close up our business and il her, saying ho felt that death was but a for breach of promise against Dr. A. M. FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS you don't pay ua, we will be compelled question of a short timo and that ho Shields, formerly of Louisville, but now On short notice. The trae1mg public will find to take other stops to collect tho money. would hasten it by Staking tho potion. a resident of Bardstown. us always ready and willing to furnish wagons, either single or double, or Tho drug had done its deadly work beYeager & Yeager. of aUtndsnt On being told by her father that ho crj LOW PRICKS. The boy s and around town will also find us the peofore his condition was discovered, nnd could not aee hia daughter any more, ple toin deal with. Stop with us when iu town at Howard Sallbk, sou of V. J. Bailee, although tho doctors pumped every n lovo lorn youth, Btood courts and entertainments and your horse and veol Danville, has been missing sinco No- thing out of hia Btomach and usod elec Charles Haeilin, hicle vi be well cared for For we have the best make goods made in this country. We have a nnd blow hia poor YKAGER & COOPER ' vember and his friends are very anxious tric batteries anil every other contriv- bonoath her window Myers House SlabU, Stanford, Ky S7 big stock and we have bought close and marked cheap. little brains out in Now York. about him, ance to revive him, their ellorta wero in . Daniel White, a young farmer near . Public Salo of For ltB.NT. Houbo and premises on vain. Lebanon, Ind., waa'arrested on charge of Danville Avenue, now occupied by J. The penetrating ellect of au .ist wind larceny. Only a month boforo ho had o M. Carter. Apply to Judge Vnrnon. ia folt in tho mind and body. It search married tho daughter of a liia wife committed suicide Mary Varnon. Miss Promptly filled and Money Refunded if not SATISFACTORY 03 for every weak apot in tun latter and neighbor, and 12, in every way. on tho by taking chloroform, on learning of his On produces a most depressing effect Tiik street parade of tho Si I'lunkard At to o'clock, A. M., sharp, I will sell at public amusing former. It is add that more people com disgracn. Company is a novelty ol an Tho local piper says that William KUktioa mit suicide when an Kiat wind prevails character. Seo it uext Tuesday afterthan at any other timo and certain it is Cox, a citizan of Monticollo, nto hia Now 2 Good Work Horses, 1 Saddle noon r.nd then go to tho show at night. that those who do not take their lives aro Year'a dinner around a board at which Mare, threo years old, rendered capable of treasons, strategems, eat three of hia wives, and hois only 3S Pautikb having work dono iu either One good Jetsny n Ilk cow and calf, s fine red spoils ami murder. Tho mercury was yearB of ago. This, at first glance, n.ilk ow, a heifers, a brocd sousnnJ some shoats, our harness or blacksmith shop will not acarco bolow tho freezing point Wednesof a 101 of corn nud lod.lur, i straw rick, a lot of dab to be an astouudiug condition , horse wagon, i Empire Grain wood, while tho work be charged for hltchimr, day, but tho! Hast wind mado many peo- - affairs, but It ia easily explained. Ilia Drill, good a. new, plows, wagon and buggy harM. S. & J. VV. llaugh- is being dono. ness and various articles to numerous to mention plo exclaim (that it was the coldest day of first wife was Miss Minerva Smith, who Terms. Sums of to and under cash in hand; man. tho year. Intho 15th chapter of Job bore him nine children nnd was after- over th.t amount a credit of 93 dars. atNrgotiable the First uotoa ith t provcd security payable and 2d verse, Eliphaz the Temanito ward divorced. Mr. Cox then married National Hank of Staufoid required. the terms of Dn. J. H. Ballou oirera hia professionNo pioperty to bo removed until chilfrom which no al services to the people of hia old home, speaks of this wind aan most unprofita- Miaa Julia Stovons, tho are complied with. Sale at my place known divorc-eas the V II. Miller farm 3'4 mllcn troai Stanford long practico in tho ble diet and nil the generations sinco dren resulted, and he waa soon satisfied that his oil the Crab Oichard pile Remember the date, C J. CRAIG, from her. Ho then wedded hia prea-en- t Saturday. Jan. ia. ,A West baa rendered him prollcicnt in tho have agreed with themiserable comfortStanford, Ky 8td spouse, a Teunesseo lady, and sevon t it no other. art of healing. Seo his card in this issue. er on Court-Hom- health, haH quit railroading and gouo to farming on Green Itivur, where will go largely into raining tobacco. Mssciu. V. II. Cook and W. F. Ucniy, of Qfitrard, took tho train here for Louie ville, Tuesday, where they went to eell their tobacco crops. Ma Nkal Ainhnoutii, avant courour of the Si I'tunknrd Co., waa hero venter day, and left unmistakable evidence of the coming of hia show next Tueaday, loth. A niLATiVKof Mltta Iouia Tipton, for. inerly of the Stanford College faculty, was elected apeuker of the Tenneacee House of Representative, the Hon. John A. Tipton, of Tipton county. Mil. CiKonuK V. DoNEiiuv, of tlie Danville Advocate, ia demonatrating the of the divine hIIIUuh to a remark-ubl- e extent. Ilia recent etrort entitled tho "Old Hanging Fork," ia an unusually Hweet little poem. .Mr n Adklu Cunmmuiam, Will 8 , It. 0., J. V. and J. I. Cuuniugham and K. Wewmer, co.ripoalug the Cunningham Quintette, are registered at the Myers House and were to give one of their charming entertainments last night at the Opera House. Hon. W. 0. Hanskoiid, wife and Mr. W. 11. Hansford left Crab Orchard yea terJay fur Manchester, where they will make their home in the future. They regard it aan fine location for tho prac-- t;co of their profession, the law, and their friends, who regret their departure, hope that they will strike it rich. IS'M is ready, please children havo blessed their home. On W. B. Molt ibsrtd. New Year's day Mr. Vox spread n banCoMtcto our now quarter and got Fa t KitNT.-Cott- ag'j with 5 roomB in quet at his house and invited his twoh some priced bnforo you invest your mon Crab Orch'trd. Apply to tho postmaster helpmates to celnbrate with him. ey. Hughes & Tate. Thy gladly responded, nud the daj there. papsfd without a ripple of dissatisfacTiik Con t ml Kentucky Medical Aso-oiiitlo- n 1'lcasrciII and settle your account. tion or unpleas witness to mar tho occawill meet next Thursday at D.m-villI need the money to run my business. sion. The matrimonial horo was lirat so Dr. Steele It,il,y informs us. M. K. HI kin. married at tho eg of 11 Three wivia and 10 children at :t3 ia a rcuunl to be W. S. Hwueii, Kmj., who is going to With tho nowyeir, thnxe sterling proud of. miko liln iinrk t a lawyer, olFers his Diuvillo merchtntp, A. B. ltobertson A The marriage of Miss Margaret, Horvlces to the public and tolli wliero ho liro.. cut and come again to tell our read- - daughter of Dr. and Mrs T B. Lewis, to may bo found. See card. era how low they are selling goods. lttad Mr. J. O. Weat on Tueaday afternoon at W. T. Saundkus found a purse the their ad on this page. It may prove 1 o'clock, whs one of those joyous events other day with a sum of money in it, money to ynu. which come to bo glad memories to those which tho owner can get by railing at Tiik supervisors completed their work who witness tliuHt. It was the happy this olllco, proving properly and paying at noon yesterday. Tim raiso amounted ending of several yearn of loverhood. It charges. to 10,013 and the lcren90 $500, leaving gladdens tho weary world to see fjt.d Wiikn you come to to n to court Mon- an increase of T&i.filft on tho awsaor. young hopes realized. The ph'ftaaiit parday, make it your first businees to call at Friday and Saturday of uext week are lor waa darkened and artificially lighted-Toorldo wore a chnrming drees ol this olllco or pHy the huaineea manager the days apirt to hear complaints. croamcrepon with emilax and violets. on the atreet for your paper. Aid us To Dki.incjuknt Tax I'avkiis Mv I he bridesmaids wero similarly Attired. that much in getting on a cash baxla. timo of olllco expired yesterday and I The attendants were Stella and Basil John It Clahkk, who will ledum for shall advertise all tax payem, who have htwit, little sister and brother cf the us next Monday night, is no experiment. failed to settle at once. My deputies are bride, and Mies Saliie Ray and Mr. Jesse Ho has been on tho platform 20 years no .v at work making out tho lists. Settle S lundeis. The ceremony was nerformed and 1h said to bo the peer of John It nnd eavo cost of advertising. J. by Rider Georgo Gowan, of Lancaster, Gough. A large audience ought to greet S. L. 0. and was beautiful and Impressive. Mica him. Tiik Odd Fellows' Hall Acsociation Belle Cash at the organ rendere I Men delsflohn's wedding march. Miss Mar8 a most laughable performance helil a meeting this wpek and declared a in itculf, the Si I'lunkard show is replete dividend of 12 J percent, on tho old Com- garet, is a handsome, cultured woman, with specialties. Dancini, singing, a dog mercial Hotel building, wo learn from who will grace her new home. Mr. West fight and many novelties are promised, Secretary A. 0. Sine. An ofier to buy is a prosperous young farmer of Gnrrard nnd -' hours of solid fun is seinicd. Re- tho property met with tho response that county nnd their future promises indeed to be bright. 1 heir friends hupo that it it was not for pale. member the date, Jan. IT,. may bo bo and that no rough awakening Disappointed Lovbrs. James Turner iiiav ever come to disturb their dream of Tiikhk was no change in the directory of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., at and a Mias Ferrill, an eloping couple bliss. Tho happy counlo wero the reclii- the election last Tuedy, the list being from Osrrard county, drovo over yester- ienta of many useful and ornamental asapparaon our fourth pig). In tl.e day In b joined heart and hand, but so presentp. After receiving the congratuFirat National, Mr. J. H. Collier, of Crab tho 1h'v was only fS and hail no "per- lations ol friends, the bridal party left In Clerk J. F. Cummins re- a carriage for the homo of the brideOrchard, was chosen in place of Hon. G mit." A. Lnckey and the other former members fused l he lleense. They left here for groom, wberon reception was tendered I) in villo with the hopo of securing tho them that evening. elected. X. Track chains rcilucad Wearon it Co. GO jnr ceut. W . Your account f.ir call and settle. er o, TB .sjsf ll .tiL W MJT ' Danville, Ky- - o at CIAL OF :- -: SALE , Hk-iik- LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. This sale will bein Monday, January 14. During the past year vc have diligently investigated the various makes of Muslin Underwear with a view to getting the best fitting and the best made as well as the cheapest. We finally settled upon four firms as being leaders. To be doubly sure, we had each one send us samples. These we placed side by side and compared and selected '- Mr. W. H.Traylor started up Ida distillery, yesterday and will miHh 100 IiuhIii'Is of grain a day. Ho has 100 cattle, l.OL'O pounds average, which cost him $2.85 and 100 hotss, of about 100 pound, which cost It, to eat the slcp Judge Stephen Burch will be on hand to protect the interests o( tho government, DisTUXKitY. "nereasary papera" there. - Nimon county nearly supports Grab Orchard Springs the Keeley Cure. It his sent 07 patients, 55 of whom were from Birdatown. Tho Hello ot Nelson must be a brand peculiarly adapted to doing its deadly work. Of the 07 we are told only one man hnn ever tnken a drink sinco his "graduation" and ho got on but one spree. 1 Tub preas anil people apeak in unqualified terms of praise of John It. Clarke, who ia to lecture hero Monday night, Ith. One paper says: "Ho takea hia audienre into his confidence from the atart and holds them spellbound to the end, running up and down the scale of their emotiona from tears to uncontrollable laughter. Hoiaa prince of entei- tainera " An Oiidrr. On motion it was ordered that tho manager, if water nnd light ratea are not paid by customers when due, shall give defaulting ciiBtomera SO days' notice of the Company's intention to shut off the water or light supply and if all arrears aro not paid before the expiration of 20 days' notice, ho is directed to shut off such customers. J. W. Hay-deManager. 1 n, m N'KW AUYEUTISEMKNTS. THE BEST THINGS PROM EACH LINE, And this is the line we offer you. It is the choice of the best makers in the U. S. These we can recommend as being H J. H. BALIaOXJ, M, D., Physician and Surgeon, Stanford, - - Kentucky. LOCK-STITCOflice in Iltick liuildirg near Mclhodlit church, reiiilence with Kid. Joieph llillou, oo Dam Hie 1'ike, until further notice. 83 W. S. SEWED, PERFECT FITTINGAND FULL SIZES. gs BTJHCEC, SI an ford, - - Attorney at Law, Kentucky. -- Only the best of materials are used. The newest styles of Ham-burand Laces and the latest shapes in the various garments. It is not a hand full of goods we wish you to inspect, but a stock of over IiAND FOB, RE1TT. $l,000.00's WORTH; EVERY GARMENT NEW. CHEAPER THAN YOU CAN MAKE THEM, e m m m two-year-ol- d Walton's Opera House. shoe-bnttou- er m Tuesday, January C. '95. to-da- y. m m FarmerJ. XiWIS, 42 Styles Gowns, LEWIS. to-da- Me-li- 1 PLUNK AKD." 23 Styles Skirts, Best Orchostraon in 19 Styles Drawers, Yeagor & Cooper, aud'Fced Stable, 19 Styles Corset Covers, 't 1 Drum-mer- s' Carri-aire- s This Sale Will Be a Go, 1 well-to-d- Personal Property, MAIL ORDERS Saturday, Jan. '95, m m np-pear- a -- 1 1 bug)-y- 1 d that-poin- Danville, Kentucky. y-Semi-Week- ly Interior Journ" YJCAJIIN- ADVANCK - TBBED JJY A BIG MOOSE. TJncomfortablo publlahod Evory Tuoaday and Friday AT Prodlcnmont of a Now Englnnd NImrod. 63 en P1Z1Z not to paid 32.50 will he charged.- - 1 Lnncoy, of Plttafleld, Mass., homo from n hunting expedition Momlny night with three lino deer t 37 pm Nj. ji, Train going North. nnd a mngullleont hull moose, lien a m . No.af, " South .11 si p m No. j, " Seward anil L C. 1'ooler, of Show-bega. 3 13 a ra " No tS, " who were with him, lmd tliree QUEEN & CRESCENT. dcei npieee. Tho moow measures ovtr l r six feet In heiirht. has a ilim t...t. or Tr ta. pass Junction City is follows: antlers nnd dressed TOO pounds. Tho No a North f No. t South f ,1.30 p m auimal is 0110 of the biggest of his spe4 " . ...n 15 am " 6 " 3 " ' .. .1130pm ' ..3.15 a m cies which has been brought down .6 00 a m ' 9 ' " 10 840pm from tho Mooschenil region tills year t Do not Stop and excited much admiration in ltan-goHut Tom wear his honors meek-ly- , and modestly refrains from dwell- ing on the stirring incidents attending the big animal's capture. Tho other members of tho party, however, talk freelj' of them. Tho party, it seems, camped for ten days or so in the vicinity of Spencer bay on Maine's principal lako. They found good sport, had a most enjoyable timo roughing it, and on Monday morning embarked on one of tho smaller Moosoliead Bteamcrs for tho foot of tho lako, homeward bound, m each having as many deer as tho law Absolutely allows. Ah tho boat proceeded down tho bay Tom sat upon tho deck cloan-lnhis trusty rlllo and meditating of tarter baking pow- somewhat gloomily upon tho fact A cream that der. Highest of all in leavening he had only thro deer to carry homo strength. Latest United States as the result of his prowess. Little did ho dream of the startling adventure Government Food Report. which ho was destined to figure in ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., within tho hour. Suddenly as tho boat entered tho narrow outlet leading from' 100 Wall Street. New York. 1.. i. .i. i... iu uii: 11111111 iiiuu u uiff ? mu vuy ulOOSO ' was sighted swimming ncross. Tho steamor was headed for him, and as It drew Into riile shot Tom leveled hia' rlllo nnd fired. Tho others had by this .'. timo got their rilles out nnd also' opened firo. As tho moose reached bottom and broke for tho woods Tom got in another shot, and tho big auimal ' iii5ijpcuruii iiuui view. Tom and his companions, as the boat approached the shoro and stopped, nuielclv Inrmnlinrl n. rnnm wlilcli on board und landed. Tom nt oneo took tho trail of tho moose, while tho ! others bore off in another direction to head It off. Tho trail led into the forest for half a mile, and then turned .For a.. abruptly to tho left across tho point Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, in the direction of the main lake. Tom hurried on, intent on his prey. All at A stylish Hair Trim'or Clean Shave, go to O. s:ioprn. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7 too a. m., returning at Fine I'lcco of StrAteRy Let lllm Out ol III DNagreealilo Position, llntrcrrr A DecMcdly Ulllfiuo Hunt-I- n Aiionturo. T. nr-rive- d L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. . 1 3 1 11 r. Baking ifei MtlV I Pure g There Is much of tho woman about Johanna, a gorilla now on exhibition nt Central park, New York. There is LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. alsothlsstrongcontrast between Johanna and tho human female sho knows TrormtJ. Dlllehat's Aonir PliT, Khist lVter Vandtvccr, Deft , and Judith lariirntrr, &c moro than she will tell anybody. Sho Plfl., against Kan Mieiby, Ac, Defendants Is spoiled, no doubt, and when she In Kiiuny. doesn't got all of the earth she wants Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendre in the above acti.n at it October ait one time she lias an alarming temterm, 1891, the undersigned Commissioner will per nnd a fiendish yell. She stands ticiirc court haute dour In Stanford, letwccu the hour of is a. in. and j p in on live feet two on her webbed feet. She is 12 years old, niwl will not have attained her full growth before she is 18 ItXoncIuy, 14th! or UO, and at present she weighs 110 pounds. When seen the other morning It l"nu connty court diy (or I.l' lo'n county, by a writer for the Chicago Herald she toll nt public no cry lo the highest rmldtr the rl sat in her biir black barred eai?o. with lowing described pio(ieriy, lo wit. her chin on her knuckles, languidly surveying some banana and orange Two Certain Parcels of Land, skins. There was a whole apple there, too, which she turned over with a little Kituntcd in Lincoln counlv, Ky , on tho water of contemptuous dig once or twice, as Knol Lick Creel, and being the saiu two tracts by t though she did want something1 more, of Itndcouvejeit wife I'elcrth Vnderer daleThomas i ct i, Dlllehay and Ir deed of by but this wasn't good enough. When J1870, of recorr In the Lincoln count) clerk a office deed book. n.ice tzo. Johanna looks disgusted hor long in Kint parcel6th. bou tided t Mlows: It mouth droops and her eyes close, and at n while oik and drgwood on Shelby emninp line sho felt very much this way when thence X iv po)c to n ch ilnut, hrr thcr vta a dni.ble white and black oak tilled for, them e , "Mat" McKay, the keeper, called her 8; K 91 pole to two b'och tree ntai Mill Stone up and held outside the bars her favor llmnch, tt.ence S. 161 pole to a tke in Slulby'i lllic, thence W, t pott to the lifgiui itj.'. '"'' ite raw egg. containing. actrt, be the mm , mild crlii "Stand back," ho said. "You'll see 'I hu tccond parcel adjoin the fiit and ttouiiiltsi by the turnpile road leadiry from when sho puts out her arm for this tho on the r.n DamMlXe to IIntl(inillc length it is. Site could lay hold of you limit til Shelby and abore tract ticNotth by the nnd Smith by the a good distance off and lcavo an Im- In da of CUtun Sandidee, and contuniDg or r pression you wouldn't like, on your acre, be theIn imr, moic parcel lidIhttmii iniO will bo told a cnlireiUt separate Said property It directed to be told by content clothes at least." a ctedit of t and 11 When the arm did shoot out with tho of all narlict ore onbearing Interett from month, equal initallncntt, dy of fist closed It was the arm of a prize tain nnd for the puichato money t It, puichater will be r fighter. You trembled for your eye or perttnal (ulrtd 10 cxreute bond with apptMed a having Ihi force your ribs nnd kept your distance after judxmeut, with a li retaiued uponand etlect ol y afd proper n it u ther rrcurity for paiment and piblo to without warning. K I" WAR RUN, "Mat" talked to her In Portuguese. tfceCommiitioter Cmn'r Lincoln Circuit Court. 8 Metier "Hand Up thnt apple, Johanna, and I'll glvo you the egg." I At this Johanna lay down flat on her TO t- -e Commissioner's Salo VC D O A T 17 0" ah ,,,e WKScalenearly that new, raitbanla draw 4,000 lb. Thote wlthloK to putchaM will plcaie call on me at SUiiford. John S. Illedicc, rUf OVLu, II II. KINO. : o. II PR Wo now have a full line ol Two largo brick one in Stanford, for rale or rent. I hey are on Uin Sireet, in tho principal M I Stanford. block. 75 Mr M.J STOREROOMS, General Merchandise, At the I.owctt 1'ricci. And would call the attention of ladle to the fad that Mr li II "mtt la stllmg tho latest style in $50 REV7ABD, To Tho Ladios I January I will gio tho above reward for the arret nud : conviction of (ho thiiea who broke inlomyttore in sutiford on the ineht ol Dec 11J Cheaper than they can bo bought 84 S. II. SHANKS. 1'iodiicc aanc ascaih. Millixiory Goods, clti. where. Wanted, 100 Barrels of Corn. KINO A At my ttere you will find one of hs finest tlock of Millintry and Kmbroldory Material ever brought to Stanford. I have paid caih for my good and Belt them for cath, to low that )ou wtll le forced to buy from me. An examination will con vince you and you ate Invited to make. it. MR. A. A McKlNNKV. l'RUITT, Moreland, Ky MONUMENTS- GRANITE ami DIAKllXE. J. KARINS&CO., TO THE LADIES. I . I detire to call your alteutlon to the fact that I toteive you In Dreta Mating in any and all lIea, I take the but fuhlon Jourim'a Iluilder from original design and bett material and workmanthip and kecd potted on what ladle ahould wear. I'rici. reasonable Come in and kIvc me a trial Ofilce J4 Third Street, I.oui.villc, Ky. I rinp'oy none but firtt data help axil and Woik Shop., M intpellirr, Yclinont and Carrara, Italy, Ropectfully, MISS MARY I). .SMITH, ewilence; original iietigut; tatitfacllon 77 iin Stanford, Ky o guaranteed. am ready J. B. HIGGINS, ...Deattri n , JONK9. J T Josr.i, SIOK. JOITES BROS,, proprietor IJean't Illack Dianond Roo Paint Kttimaies furnlined for palming Wood, Metal and lion Kcofs SaiUfaction UuarantMd. All tools painted with Dean' Illack Diamond Paint guaranteed for year DeaUr In bttl cistern Pumps and Oalvaniivd Iron tilUn. 6r.in All Kinds Stanford, A Ml of Coal, Kv. 11 Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky; Sole THE LADIES Treat For Tlie lint I.aclIeN. back ii hi i?5f ' yelled with such force that the women spectators were stalling their ears, nnd in general behaved exactly like the cniiu or a millionaire who hns never had Its wishes thwarted and makes bedlam until It gets what it wants. Sho kept this up until human ears could stand it no longer, and when "Mat" called "Anul" in a promising tono sho got up with swollen checks nnd looked nt him through tho bars. lo see Johanna break, however. sullenness to satisfaction is worth nnd kicked furiously. She V of M II nery and Nctlons u kept (cuiplcte by tkly purchaic and )tu can alavt find whit )ou want I Ibvi c jcvii to call aud iiii eel MISSLICCIE HEAZLKY Stnfi,nl, Ky. M) 110, thing Meore will arrive October Itt, wilh everyIt now and nubby In the way of THE Pleaie call anJ ciiiami my tlock before buy ing Mypict thtll he the lowetr. thanking you for patt favors. repctfnlly, 1ULEY K. II. HOUSE Kontuoky. FRANK RILEY. niLEY.II'roprlotor, KAlh mjDDkKAK, .Man.Ker. London, 77 - - - DR. W. B. PEWlsnr, Dentist, MISS LOU ELLIOTT, Stanford, Ky. Office en Main Sircet TRAINED ITURSE, STANFORD, (P.O. ll-titfic- e I hare moved to my n.w Hotel and am bettsr Prepared than ever to accommodate th public, attached tod . try convenience dallied. Give roc a call, ICY. Car-- ft u-n-u' ' w ASbTS Opposite the ItaraaKMCPt penler. iti.) Dr. l'alley, P.) ton and IIOX D. S. CAHPEITTEK, At the well-know- n old Hand ol II J, II. Green lo Hustonvlllo, Ha - - Kontucky. "&c. B. K. Wearen, .Dealer In. jutt received a beautiful line of Surroya, Phaetons, Bug-gies-, Furniture and Stoves. Oook & Farmer's Barber Shop TM CAN Viv.VaHfel .i m 1 iL t 1.M x Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Genuine Oliver Chillro. Plows Step in and see a nice llnetf Rocklag Chair and furniture. Move, (.hrapcr tt an ever before I.l tery Stable and ilUcktmilh Shop ror Kent. ffH CJAS" ' "W I OBTAIN A rATENTf For a rrompt answer and an honest opinion, write to nearly fifty years' W COPYRIGHTS. 1 iUUSN He CO., who hTO had cxperlenco In tho patent business. Communications strictly confidential. A Ilnmlbook of Information concerning 1'ntentN and bow to them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechanical and scientific book rent free. I'atonts taken tbrouch Jluim ft Co. Tecclva epeclal notice In tho Hclenllllc Amerlrnn, and thus are brought widely bercrrotbe public with, oat coat to the Inventor. This sptendld paper, aaaaed weekly, eletrsntly lllnsrratcd.tias by fart ho lanrett circulation of any scientltlc work In tho world. 83 a year. Sample copies aent free. uuliains Kdltlon, monthly, rxm a year, binmo Boplea, 3.1 cents. jverniumoer coniaina oeau. in colors, and of inui piate, clans, cnabllrur pfaotOKraphsshow new houses, with bullilera to tho laiMt nestm ana secure contracts. Address ilUNN it, CO.. New Voiik, 301 fiBOAUWAT. ot-la- in John B. Cattleman. A. O. Lanhara ROYAL insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. - I : BARBEE &CASTLEM A MANAGERS, t Oommcrco Agect Building, Louisvillethrouhoutthe South. - W. A. TSI33LE, Local Agent STANKORD, KY. San Princisco Portland A World's Fair Record. CHICAGO VIA lit JlijL'V U hY a Chicaso Rt t(p-- ....Lty.u PTOLMANSA2TD JNI.V LINE 1 FROM LOUISVILLE PARL0B OARS. RUNNING H - DININC - CARS. HEED, G. P. A Chicago, III WRI1K.TO- II BACON, D. P. A.. K. TuisviHe, Ky. St. Paul. ,y v'OU AKE GOING., Denver. HQHTHRWESTt THE LOUIBVILIC 4 NaSHVII IC R. ft. U the line for you, a it MouMg Daily Tralnn Make close connection at LOUISVILLE And 0IH0INNAT. t'k V" For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. IIAGUAGE CHECKED THROl GJI of Tor any Information JOES. UICE. Agent, Stanford, ' 0t A. McQUOWy Tnv Pan. Agent, Ky W. function City, Ky ate aini and shot the moot-- through iiopular a to need no spoci.il mention. AM who have uavd Electric Hitters un; the same sonj of the heart. That settled him. praise A purer medicine does not nxist and it Is Summoning his companions nnd tho guaranteed lo do all that it claimed. Klectric diseases of the Liver and iUtteri will cure boat's crew tho moose was dressed and neys, will removeallPimplos, lloils, Salt Khvum Kiddragged to tho shore., a short distance other affection, cvuti-- by impure bluod; and will away, got upon the steamer and tri- drive malaria from tho system and prevent as well as cure all malarial fevers. Kor cured Head umphantly transported to Pittsflold. ache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Klectric Tom won't admit the full measure of Hitters. Entire salitiacuon guarauiccu or mony meso nuventures, but this can bo at 'refunded. Prlcn soc and f i per bottle at A ,K Penny' drue store . tributcd to his natural modesty. I the pennnce of all the yells. She .Our Stock of... backs up her neck, buries her ohin in her chest nnd discloses her lino set of teeth in a gloating smile. Squatting down in the cleared space, she pro: ceeded to knock tho top off the egg nnd suck It with unction. Two dozen bananas, one dozen oranges, one dozen And Oils is raw eggs, nliout one pound of gnipen, pineapple or cocdanut form her daily ioou. Mto logins with a lemon to suck at seven in the morning, and HE UOL'NTUD A DKAD TIIKK next has a nog of egg and port wine. once in a thick scrub growth ho ocvcrui oowim oi strong coiree alterWe can save flighted the moose very near at hand. nate with n quart of wine through the And prices the very Lowest, quality considered, day. She has no special hours for money on Watches Clocks and Jewelry. Come in and sec. It wns plainly wounded, but not meals. begins eating when she mortally. The beast turned Mivntrely gets up, Sho stops and only when she goes upon his pursuer, who, taken home-whby surprl.se, quickly observed to bod. She hasan uupleaMiut way of tho first law of nature and got out of firing through the bnrs any portions of food the way. He nimbly mounted a dead to bo sho thinks inferior if she happens out of tree which utood .lightly leaning eloso of a hammersorts, and she has tho aim thrower. Satislled with ut hand, and was breathlessly poised her egg, Johnnna surveyed the crowd thereon in a safe position by the timo the huge bjast paused, ballled and. outside with a grimace of dubious furious, beneath him. Hut ho hud scorn that was inimitable. Simultauc dropped his rille in his hasty ascent, ottsly she turned the empty eggshell between her small thumb and and the bold hunter was now unarmed roundbig four lingers, glancing from egg to except, for his sheath crowd ns though ruminating upon an knife. Tom now began to reali.e that nfllnity between them. Finally, howthings were getting serious. IIu had ever, she threw away the shell with an heard of the fury of wounded bull air as if to say: "It's, not worth it.' moo.se.and had listened to such accounts with impatience. I Jut now he thorough-- ' na"Aqui" Mat called again, but Johanknew it was for nothing to oat or ly respected the monarch of tho forest drink, so, to show sho was othorwise if never before. The furious onslaughts of the maddened brute began engaged and couldn't attend, she took to tell on the decajing tree in which the despised apple into a corner und ho wus perched. It might succumb pretended to nibble it. Ik paid Seven dollars f" for hor perhaps to the next. His thoughts re- - wine. Site had a gttllon D5L never had an extra dose, verted to his beautiful natho town, his ".Mut" declared. keveral pleasant home, his bright futnre pros- -' times, and in his Chiko haddrunken-noUiideitnkvrs and Healers in Furniture, Stanford. uproarious pects, ns ho seriouslj meditated upon tore up ovorythiuthe could get at. his present perilous position. Some- As nn experiment "Mat" gave her an thing must be done at oneo, or ho extra dose ono day, and bis judgment might fall a victim to the frantic bull. of results is simply that she beooinos 3 n WJtnt did ho do? What could he do! EEZsSE! "nothing but sassy." .lohannu accepted c His friends wore out of hearing, tho tho wlno in u bowl. She stuck her o bull was raging beneath in fleree, but finger in to stir up the sugar, upon c ns yet futile, endeavors to dislodge him. rs tro All at once a Hash of inspiration such which "Mat" gave her a spoon. She 3 H o ns comes to a man but once in a life- used the spoon and shook with a big m chuckle when she got the wine down. rs time burst upon him. If he could re- -' n Thou she handed back the bow 1, but regain his rille he could yet bring down tired n into tho corner with the spoon. his game nnd escape with his Sho polished it dry with her hairy rrT3 life. And ho would do it. Withhands and then .snickered and grimaced 3 in roach ho noticed a strong ' "1 rr sapling, which he calculated would nt hor own roilection in it until the onn bond to tho grouud beneath his weight, lookers wore in convulsions over tho o S 3 and then tho impetus of a quick jump unusual treat. No commands, no proma P Ci ises nor entreaties would wean from tfi and tho rebound of the sapling would s g a V. bring him back to his place of tempo- her the spoon. When "Mat" sta nfod lV' '"'iiSwi" i '. n s sho stuck it in the back of her ne?k n rary safety again. Watching his 3 Tom executed this maneu-- ' and looked innocently at him as nuiHi ti ver, and before the mighty beast could as to say sho had no spoon. Then she d. n whirl and reach him he had gone down !,rc,u' V,01"11' a"llin nml h,ni,lo(1 ravlsh-witp 3 '"tfy nt lior own "'age. She hugged re tho sapling, grabbed his rifle, 3 3 it and nally took it to a jumped for his life, and tho little treJ W'1 Q v bore him up to n point from which ho new corner, where she turned her back p i elnmbered safely upon his insecuro with it to the community. 3 perch again. Then, after partially reV) en Electric Dlttora. m t,MiSirMTTi i) MB Mail gaining his breath, Tom took deliberTin remedy i becoming so well known and to c 1 c- JM& p4tw -'A7 LOOKINO AT UF.n IlEFLKCTIOX if Farming Implements, Harness, Hay, Oats, &c. Give him a call when you want to buy or trade. He will treat you right. See his stock and get his prices before you wander off to another town to buy. W. L. WITHHRS, Salesman. st5i CWhl&t& Wagons, &c. Tho Myers House, l W. Git KEN, Propriatoi. Stanford, : : : n Kontucky. I.V A SPOOX. I am still running this Hotel and will continue tc give my guealsiho puliliat alten as well as lh best the market aUurdt. if, Drugs, : Books, Paints Special Attention to tho Traveling Public. LARGE - FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STAN FOR II. KV. WELL SELECTED, you Capital Stock Surplus 8200,000 21,300 nt G. L. PENNY, Exr. jfejyyyj MOCKER, blood-staine- d WITHERS Attention of the public is invited lo the fac that this it the only National Hack In Stanford . Under Ihe Drovislont of th. X.ilan.l lt.k depotitors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by Ibe stockholders liability lor as amount equal to tho stock, so that depositors of this inttltution ate secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statement of thocondilion of th bask are uiada each ycarto the United States r.ovra ment and Its assets are esamlned at stated llmu by covernuient thus aldititoaa tnd perfect safety in depotitors.lecurinc This institution, originally established as th Deposit Hank of Stanford in iljS, then lied aa the National Hank mI Stanford in iSo, and (gain the Klrtt National Hank ol Stanford in 1SJ1, hat had practically an uninter-rupte- d eiistcnceof 11 years It is better tupplUd bow with lacllitie for trimsctinjc business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its Ions; and honorable career Accounta of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully toileted Th Directory of this Dank is compotcd 01 Korettus Reid, Lincoln county; b. 1. Harris, Llcraln; J II. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. Ilayden, Stanford; S.1I. Ilaushman, Lincoln; J. 8. Ilncker Stanford; W. A. TribWe, Stanford; t. I). Klmore, Sunfordj T. P. Hill.Staaford. K. L Tanner, McKlnney; M.J. Miller. ML Verncn-- J S Ilocker, President; John J, McRobcru, Lashier; A. A. McKiiinv, Attittant Cashier. ants, Farmers Bank&Trast l'aid.up Capital of Surplus, . Now closing up) with the saint Co ! ' OK STANFORD, KV., IsnowfullyJoriSBiiedand ready far busiucti rrltb $200,000. t 000. atsetaand uudsi " SUCCKSSOK toTJIK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, By provitiontof its chatter, depositors are as iH:i?i,. Pr,otcI ie dcpoalturs in NaUonal iho tame management " -- WwWiajryr7,ipWWWlW ygj.gjy in S3' x h ''"1 1 shareholders being held Indivldualli liaolctothe extent of the amouutof their stock Iherom at the par value thereol, in addition to th smount invested in such shares. It may acta executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at sn individual. To those who cntrut(ed their bulsincss to us while mnaRliiK Hie Lincoln Natiunal Hank 91 Stanford, we we here lender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their businusi with us, ottering at 4 guarantee for prompt atttn. lion to same, our twenty years oxpenonce ti banking andat liberal accommodation as are uteut with sound banking. JJlHICTOKt: J Uanks, Cf l!syiuBTl " iin awr 1 uiH I h Easi rr rr Si M 5 P S. p Ht Jn' l .. s-- v: 3 3 rs in 5 r e" rs J . Willlimi, Mt. Vernon; H, Shsnks.'fitui orl; J.S. Owsey, Stan ord; S J. Kmbr;, Staufurd; J. Jl. Ows'e, StanfonI; J. K. Casi , Stanford; William GeocliStanlord; A..4'.;Carpenter, Mlllcdrfovill IV 11 S. i'chersvill ,,", Shiiiks, Pre.ldeLt, Ur.y.'U. OwUeyJCaih.er. W. M. Hr j;ht, feller It " "U,n"". K V