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FINKVIM.K, Jan. 10 -- Amid tho hiiow-ola- d mountains of Hull, rindito another letter, after n long amino doubt dreary YIN KIDDLEBURG, CASEY UOUMTY. , RiriR Tot TDM at. . - "V fhJ JaL .JL X JLJLd I STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY than Good, il, 1895. SECURITY. FIRE" NO. 89 INDEMNITY. A Policy With- - DIRECT TO HEAVEN. itfm Tnuinr ...n. ihjivi kn iiiiiJi;i. i Inn uj iiiu iinmnnn ..i.v, but Said He'd Get There nil the Same. .- I ). 1 k &' -- A' r Ulblp, licncB tiii' iinpi'rfoct proilnction : Bilonce, to BO.iio nt Iihsi, of ttio many Thu foiimiiitioti ol t'li'ir tench'titf that readeraof yourriomi-tio- o lommil papar, man mint bo holy is a proportion no although I don't likit your leaning wrUlnly HiM Tim onu cui deny. BuchwiiltHr in not deliverteaclica li oil hubs. Thu next (pii'stlon ing up tint rufugeu. Governor Hrawn is it attainml? BOPina to mi liow made tho requisition, fjowrnor Mc- not by nhoutiiiK or ureal animal Kiuloy, of Ohio, obeyed the nmidato of excitement of fooling proilnct'il by tim time, ami tho constitution of iIih United Statoa, tho preaolmr, probably for a abort supremo la of the laud, and that usurp when Uio.iofeUtiK8 cool tlowrn ho Is apt ing judge had nothing to do with to Kt't in tloubt, oxcept Uiomi 'aulinpH ca,o. Let mo quote from the coiiBtltu- -' nro kept up by tho muim wy they wro '.Ion on the nubcl: "Fuitives from produced. Ho is apt to ijet into a Btato nrnusml ,by JuHticoinonoStitolIeeing into another of indilleronce that muat bo Well, fir, can you shall ha delivered up on tho demand of tho twine method. anythlnK buttur than our feel- the exeeutivH mitlinrltv nf t... Sni Kivo us Well pray what whieh ho lied." Thin is not only the or ing ? Yes, I think bo. ganic law, but an act of Congress provides is It? Tho Bible, with all its promise, (or tho same. Our own juries and court threats and teaching. Wo can refer fo o( appeals turn enough murderers loose tho preachit at all timefl. You may Biy upon society. We no help from Blblo to produce, thosa er UBes the well mippoao Iih doec, you have to Ohio or any of her judges. In Borne of my letter from tho mountako his word that ho teaches corof doctrines tains I want to give you a Hat of tho rectly, ami wo havu all aorta aasaisim that tho court of preached by all sort of men. Some of curtainly wroii. Can you tell appeals has turned loose in Bell, Harlan, them nro us where to ro to find and to know tho I'erry and other mountain counties by granting new trialn, after witnesses are truth? Yew, tho Bible. to a dead or run oil. ' l'is a great outrage. 1 made n remark aotno time mtico I would not hesitate to vote to abolish preacher that preaching had done more of appeilH upon tliH very reaharm than Kood. Tiio ieiurSt did not I to court I put up at a four story hotel here, I had roller-onc- e son. pleaat tho good brother. looking llku a piUco and furnished like to all who profepsed to take the Blblo. one, but they put me up too high and When I look nt tho various contradictions charged mo too high and I am now camp in their touching they make about wha1 teachrB, I como to tho con- ing on tiio Village Greene. This is the tho Biblo quietest and civtlest place I ever u.tw. clusion it is bettor calculated a make inNo more duuger in I'luevillo than Crab fidels than Christians. Orchurd police court in which 1 have For iiiMuiico one will et; up in tho seen (our lights between judges and law ntand and tell tho peeplo wuj'itro wived yers. In onu of which I was n combatw ill UMl the peop'o by faith ; another weareHavoby worka ; another,;. wo aio ant. J ml go Hall tella mo thero was no trou paved by rmco ; nnothur, wo nru waved ble in Berry aa described in bo mo of the by baptiim; another, wo nro wived by papers, but enuio of tho lawyers who tho blood ; another wo can't do anything, all nrofeim to were thero say there probably would God must do It all. Now hive been had it not been for the piu" ko to tho Bible. Surely tho Biblo mutt Under all these deuce, cooluecs nud caution of the judge 1)3 a very elastic book. utatementn, wo nro forced i',lo ,tli con in preparing for what might have haphad uo preparation been made. elusion, much error is taught. Wo have-onl- pened, Judge Hall is a remarkably good nun named a few of the many things Wo will i nn,l ft imui ' 8rot purity of morals and that are taught to the pnplp, . . l any guilty wretch, who should attempt . n...i . name a lew 01 mo injiiriuuH uiam. ui flrut It Ik rfllcillatfd to to molest him on tho bench or elsewhere ,..!. t..l.tn.t bo hung without .,.. U.H so called Christiana dislike juJge or jury. The idea of a blooJy as oach other and destroya ;that love that In tho Btsoin telling a judge clothed in the Bhouhl exist among brethren. ermine an emblem of the necoml place it Beta aaldojthe rending of purity and integrity of his decisions, tint. tho Biblo. I14 will.not go to jail and if the judge orNow who is tho causo of all this? vo solo caino ders him to j til ho will kill him right must Bay tho preachers nru the there in tho templo of justice, is too outof all this wrangling and fucs among They have lagreeable, to rageous to tolerate for a moment. All tho people. honor to our governor who sent the gal what is published In tho'.'papers, now laut Gaitlier to Perry to investigate the 1J.J ditreront parties In tho United States. over case and if uccesiary would have sent We are forced to ink, will "parties troopfl thero to enforce and uphold the cease? Wo Bay no! they will Btill in laws of tho Commonwealth. I know our makes His second creaae, till Christ governor pardons too many men, but he existed, over flimo is generally right on all other matters. Divisions have I have never heard of such an outragPaul's days. Some wore for Paul, Bomo for Apollas. boiiio for Cephas mid aomo eous usurpation as Huchwalter'a since forChriat. Paul evidently showed they tho Fugitive Slave law was nullified by t were carnal and wicked. Now wo know-tha- the Northern States by tiieir personal can enter into libertv bills. All such unconstitutional ac nothing impure How enn they over enter tioitM helped to bring on the lato civil heaven. heaven who speak disparagingly of war. I want to tell the puorle of the South heaven's institutions? pa 1 think from boiiio of tho lemarks of now through your widely circulated tho public teachers they wish in their per that as compared to the people of the Bonis baptism was not named in thu North they nro of a superior race; firut in Biblo. To ease their consciences I wlU civilization, iu culture, and iu courage, Btato a few of tho places where bautitmi and distinguished for the highest develis named. "They went ouf.from Jerusa opments of individual and social life lorn and all Juder. and weio baptised by Gallant Southern men, beautiful SouthJohn in tho Jordan. Christ camo to ern women, discharge your duties to John and demanded baptism. John your government ai good, loyal cuiz-r- s, baptised Christ in the Jordan. Go teach but uo marrying ir given iu marcagu H that with tho North. I want no Northern nil iiHtionp, baptising them. believeth nud ia baptised shall be saved immigration into tho Smth, nor Ktn. and bo baptised. The Ktinuch tucky. Why should coarse inferior inn deniudod baptism. Many of the Corin- l4 mixed with true blue Dam iscau steel.. thians heard and were baptised. The Thu South in tho vry abode of virtuo jailer waa baptised, Paul was baptised, and bounty, valor and chivalry. So may tho IsrcnlitfB were baptised, tho Gentiles she ever remain without any contaminawere baptised, tho Roman church was tion from a people as far her inferiors in buried with Christ in baptism, tiio all that coiiHtitiit varthly greatnesi and churches nt Coloseo were buried in bap- good uea as thu heavens ate Iroin the tism, and many other places pek of earth Not all I want to say upon this baptism, hut those plnceH named nre subject, but enough for this time. KnNTMNR FoV HoillllTT. Biilllcient to show baptism is taught as Bumething important. Two Uvea Suvod. Now, notwithstanding wo hijve buen Mrs. I'hctt'ic 'lhoimt. of (unction Cltv. III., wa profuse in making quotations (rom teUl by henloctori ho hruf consuinnlion and Ilia very tho Bible, etiil without holineBS no one KiiiR'i New DKcoverjr complHely cured her and yon, porioct as thu w) titavcd her life Mr 1ho. KKgcrt, 139 B Hhall sou tho Lord. FljriJi t , San Krencltco, Buffettd from a dread your father in heaven is perfect. How ? (til cold, approichin consumption, tried without everything clie thou one bottle ol by obeying nil of God's commandments. remitKiur'i New Ducovery boujht two week and in Dr. wit will navo ltd ; disobedience cured. Ila In naturally thanklul. It 11 tucn Obedience of which theac arc tAinplee, that provo the will damn us, bo I teach. wonderful offieacy of tlii mediriiiu In coiijlu and bottlea at A. K, l'etinjr's Drug I made a remark in tho above that coldi. Free trial sue Store. Regular 30c and $1 all thu divisions pretu'hura hud caused that existed among professed Christiana us of aiiy thing better than Can you preaching? Tho kingdom or church is ' i'i' wh tck, wo rave her Costori. governed by n kiug, or you may euy ia a u.o wn. a CtilVl, hh cried for Custoria. monarchal govornmoiit, not democratic Mm ww bvoanio 3I1, sha clung to CastoriA. or republican. Hence the laws of tho WIin she Imd Children, she gfe thorn Caxtorli, King are imperative and must bo strictly obeyed. The Biblo ia tho power of God. If the Gospel did convert people iu ancient times will it do it now? Wo LVr-tainly says Bro Warren. Wh hjrfrt,aavikfl wlint w tliink of RAncttflMioii n liviixlit in n roiwnt mt-tlu- R Wo do not wImIi to liMl in tlitf nnvthiiiK tli'it la lr. op-po- so tuit ' a- - t, fr, feel-injj- a; d U J. V. McWhorter. . Jr.. niialilled ns constsblo Mondny. - . Xlit 11 'voeiioy.. win open up a, ll stock of furniture hero in a low daye. -- Mr. Walter Gooch and Miad Betty Sharp drove U Liberty WedneBday night ami were inarriml. Dr. Dyo had to head Carpenter's Creek to get to Liberty Monday. MIbb Lola ItnrkH, of Lexington, in visiting tiio Miaaes .Sharp, of Yosemito. 1 0,,'""lu " U"n pullliiR on airs w "" "K',UI u fltt""9 l,,,u u"r" r,U1H ll,e "nK,ne oa "s'I"rt Water," bus too intimate with Mrs Bill Mra "caught on" and hired t,lu torch PP-""" ,J,",U M',lrtr, ,'i,e'M hmM' which hih did by J Mting an old dreai which had been aaturated with coh! oil and throwing it in at tho window. Tho lira was discovered in time to Hive the house. Tho next d.ty Mrs Lipe got "on a high," and with a pistol iu her iiand, paraded be foro Mrs. Fox's door, threatening vengeance upon tho latter if she dared to show her head. About that time tho Commonwealth, in the person of .Squire J. A. Wall and Coustablo J. W. Me Whorter, Jr., got mad and tho ladies were taken into custody and fined $8 apiece. Lizzie Maynurd has skipped the country and will probably make her self scarce hero iu thu future. I.ATKU. J. W. MoiVhuner, Jr., who lias jtmt arrived from Yoseinite, tells us that the tight over there among the wo men is still on ami likely to Irist several days yet. Mrs. Lipe has sworn out a peace warrant for Mrs, Fox nud tho latter has issued a warrant charging Mrs. Lipe with carrying concealed weapons. Tlieywiltbu nrrested again arid tried - curi,i uiuiivu k,. I- j . . "" f "' Sturdav. Last year was tliu Hardest 011" newspapers since 1S0D. Very few nowepapets have gained in circulation, and moet have lost very heavily. About f of the newspapers and other publications tie United States have decreased in s z the past year. The number that havu suspended publication ia not definitely known, but it is known that owing to decreased pi. nnd Buspensionp, there is 10 per cent, lest white paper of the news class used than was the cBe iu oue-hai111 ! ,',tl e J''ly 1S03. snow-whit- Winchester just at present has a gilt, edged social sensation on hand. A married man, who i slid to stand high in by a crowd of towu, was rotton-ogge- d young men, When he yot the pelting he was coming out of a neighbor's houso at an unreasonable hour of night. It had been wiiispered about town that the man in question loved his neighbor's wife and was taking advantage of his absence. Too world's gold product for tho year just closed will surpasa that of nny year iu its history. The production of 1SD3 itself exceeded that of all previous years, nud was reported by the Mint Bureau at flSo.&.OOO. The production for 1801 seenii likely to bo not less than f 175,000,000. The principal gains have been in thu United States. Under tho now law the ealnry of tho Secretary of State will ba jtf.OOO. Ho is not restricted to nuy limited sum for oi ficu expenses nnd with the Governor's oouseut may appoint an Assistant Seer-t try, whosd salary is to be $150 ber mouth. Senator Hill oilered an amendment u to the Urgent Deficiency Bill iu tiio to provide for testing the constitutionality of thu tax - , Tho ,, o wnii(m T , nt iiiniltnonii Kri.Iav. ,,.....,. IIVV.. i, f.,r. .ii .,. . ww ,,,., Bpeedy jus. ,ra, .,.,' ce lnolt,(1 mU am, eecondly because of the neatness of tho execution. Slieriir J. P. Simmons nnd his deputies were now men nt tho husiuisp, for this was tho first legal hanging Madison county has had for 'JO years, but they did the work liko experta. Promptly at noon Taylor was brought to tho scalljld nud he ascended thb steps with a firm Btep and a careless nir. Ho talked about 10 minutes, warning all ngnlnst the use of whisky nnd carrying of pistols, which he said caused him to commit tho fearful deed. He admitted the killing of Squire Doty nnd expressed his willingness to atone for tho crime; had made peace villi tho Lord and knew that he would be received with outstretched arniB by Him. He then sung several verses of a familiar hymn nnd bowing to Hev. How nrd Broiddus, of color, bade him proceed with religious Bervicep. This completed, Taylor waived his hand to tho crowd and bidding them all good-bystepped ou the trap. Tho nooso and Black cap were quickly adjusted, bis hands and fet were bound, Sheriff Simmons pulled the lever and William Taylor's hit paid the penalty for tho fenrfu murder of 'Squire David C. Doty. Tho drop foil at nnd 14 minutes later life wa8 pronounced extinct. If Taylor was ever the least excited his Hctiona did not divulge it. Just before tim olnck cp was drawn ho bowed to thoauilienco nnd the expression on his (ace showed neither signs o( fenr or uneasiness. Too crowd that witnessed the execution was variously estimated at from 3,500 to (5,000 and was very orderly. Tho crime for which Taylor was hung is too fresh on the minds of tho people to render it neccpsary to go into details. On tho night of Dec. 7, 1S9I, he ehot to death 'Squiro David C. Doty, n prominent Madison cou ty farmor, at his stable where he, Taylor, had gone to steal a horse to ride to n distillery. Mr. Doty nail suspicioned that his hoisrs were being ridden at night nnd it was for the purpose of finding whether or not his suspicions were groundless that he went to tho stable. Without warning, Taylcr, who hail bird led a mule and was lead-in- g him out, shot Mr, Doty four times. Ho was dead when found a abort while afterwards. Taylor w8 arrested, a speedy trial was given him and in live days after tho fatal shots were fired ho was convicted of murder and 35 days later be paid the penalty. E. O. W. ( e, P-':- Kirby , The Insurance Man, Means a Prompt and Satisfactory Settlement. None but the Rest of Companies Represented. You should See Him. ACCIDENT. LIFE TORNADO. HOW DOE m TRIES YOU 1 To close what we have on hand we make the following low prices on Comforts and Blankets: No. No. No. No. r, a lot of Comforts at. 2, a good size Comfort 3, extra heavy, good Calico .'..'.v. 35 cents 65 cents 95 cents 4, extra heavy, fine Satteen Other finer grades at reduced prices. S1.00 -- cr:LhL.-e Would you think of a fine all wool blanket (and we mean all wool) at $2 50 ? This is the lowest price ever, ma'de on such goods. You may never strike such a bargain again. Should attend our great low price cotton sale, time to lay in a supply for your Spring sewing. Now is the SM!VIUI(AJK,r.!IJl GREAT CL 8 & 8 mm m & SN We are now to be found in our new quarters opposite the Court-Hous- e and shall make some prices for our customers in order to close our winter stock that will astonish all. That were worth be sold for $7.50 and those that were $10 will be sold for $5. Misses Cloaks that were $$ and $6 will be sold for 2.50 and $3. Our Mens' Winter S15 will ,' SJ WX' . "1 5 "Undo Bob" Duke, nn aged colored if prices will do it. Our Boots will man, for many years a barber nt this Must and shall be reduced greatly reduced in order to close. Our Bleached and Brown Cottons place, suddenly fell from his chair from a stroke of rarnlyeis and expired soon will be sold at unheard of prices. Our Dress Goods have been markafter. Ilia remains were put uwny in ed down at least Women's, Misses' and 33 per cent. Our Men's, Zlmrt assmaawi CRAB ORCHARD. (CT.nTjwrrwf r& i WK Sen-Ht- 11 lb-pe- Mrs. John G.Oirlislo'BjlCentucky Cook liook. Tiio t teen & Crescent Route offers in patrons a rarb chance to Becuro at n low price that handsome publication. It is a complication of new re ceipts never btfuro published. A book of 250 pages, containing a csroful aolec- tion of practical cookery Biiugestions to every housewife in thu laud. An edjti- tion de luxe printed on hd.tvy enameled paper and bound iu white vellum, with chrysanthemum design on cover iu fko colors with gold, ami in every tvay n most elaborate unecimen of nrti.stic hook- making. Mrs. Carlisle has been ussist- ed in this collection by Mrs. Grover Cleveland, Mrs. Walter Q. Gresham, Mrs. General Crooke, Mrs. W. A. Dudley, aud other bouiekeekera of equal not"--, The retail price ia $2.50, but wo will send it to any ad ires postpaid, ou receipt of 7o cents. Don't miss thu op. portunity. W. 0. IUnearson, G. P. A. , still continues iu a poutiuR mood -"- upon the hills tho wind U cold; the clouds are 'round us and the snowdrift thickens," but may the slyly P'epingeuu prove the ''evening beam that smiles tho clouds away." Wo who havu comfortable homes and pleasant surroundings find this weather very try ing; but oli, what must bo tho discomfort of tho poor who have "houseless heads nnd uufod sides an I looped and windows!" iagg To the regret of many friends, Judge W. O. Hausford and family-havmoved from our littlo city and taken up residence in Manchester. Miss Lottie Dil lion is visiting frieniU in Garrard. Dr. Henry Pettus was threatened with fever soon after his return to Louisville nud came home quite sick, but through good niidical Bkill nud kiud micistries of lov iug he is on tho road to recovery, Mrs. Richard is quite ill from la grip, Her sun, Adam, is visiting friends iu Onio. Mr. Joint Buchanan ia much iui proved. e In-ar- t, the old cemetery. The weather Children's Are always in splendid shape and at lower prices than can be found. Our White Goods and Embroidery stock is in good shape for the Spring trade. Call and see us in our new quarters. HUGHES & TATE. Earns & 1lardin Dealers in Chinaware, Glassware, Onyx Tables, Lamps, Water Sets, CANDIES, NUTS AND FRUITS They bi at the world. Tho republicans of the Judiana Le- ialnti.ro nre carrying tilings with n high hand, according to caucus pro- gramme, and giving tnu people a tusto of their quality without delay. Tho Sen ate adopted ttie threatened rulo giving tho secretary of that body power to put motions if the presiding officer refuses to do bo. The St. Asaph Hotel, Which is under their m uiagemcnt, is headquarters for the traveling public and is one of the best hotels in the State. For six months we have tried Cincinnati, H. 0. i. ll '.! 11 Any one who has children will rejoice with L. MulfoM.of rialnvile, N. J. His little boy five years ol wai nick with croup. For two (Ufa anj nights ho tried various remedies rccom mended bjr friends ami ncl;litjr. Ite says: "I thought auro I thought siiro I would loss Una. I had keca Chamberlain's Cough Remedy advurtis-t- d andihouyht I would try it as a last hope and am happy to say that alter two do.es lie a.cpt until morning. I gavo it to him next day and u euro was ellciled. 1 kuvp this remedy iu the nouse now and as soou as any of my children show sigus ol croup 1 filvu it to tnem and mat is tho last ol William F. Scuooler, who is connected with the Richmond Climax, will hi married January 10, to Miss Grace Lee Hacker, at tho home of the brido, in Richmond. The best salve in the woild for cuts, bruises, sorts, ulcer, tall rheum, ict'r korc, teller, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruption,. It positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is guaranteed: to give perlcct tatitfactiou or money Price 3(. cents tier box A K. Peuny, Stanford, Ky. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popuisr as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Hitters sing the same song of praite. a purer medicine docs nut exist and it it guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric uilters will cure all diseases of the Liver aud Kidneys, will remove Pimplet, UoiIs.Salt Itheuin aud other affections caused by impure blood; will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure ull malarial fevers Tor cure o( Headache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Eiec-H- r Hitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Price joe and $t per bottle at A ,R. Penny's drug stiye. THE CASH WE TESVI, Bucklin'a Arnica Salvo. And find it a success, and every one realizes the advantages and qconomy of a strictly Cash System. YOU Live more economical, buy goods cheaper, pay Your account as you go, are not annoyed with A collector and do not dread to see January 1st. it." 25 and 50 cent bottles (or sale, by Dr. S. G. Statifi-rd- . Hooker, Jru-gi- t, Electrlo Blttora. WHILE Sst the prices, sell cheaper than the cheapest, Mr. Ira P. Wetmore, a prominent real estato man, San Angelo, Tuxas, hat used Cnamlmlaln's Colic, Cholera and DUrrhaM Remedy ill his lam-I- f , For rheuma tf.in I have found nothlu several vcara as occasion required, and alyes. All that is say mot emphatic-allyHalm success.- - lie says: "I lied it a Chamberlain'' It releivei the pain ia ways is give tho people tho Bi- f oon as appliud. i'ain W. Vonnff, Writ Liberty. perfectwith perfect baby when troubled with colic necessary now cure (or bur J. ble; Rivo them a good English education; V. Va I he piompt relief it afford it alone or dysentery. I now feel that my outfit Is not tiinei tho cost, jo worth nt them lorm inoir own ruuciusioua. ued usemany effect n permanentcetita. its contin- complete without a bottle of this remedy at home will en re. or on a trip awiylrom home." r-- r will bo hold responsible for not! Kornulo liDr. S. O. Hocker, druggist, Stan-fii- J, They salo br Dr. S. G. Hocker, drupgut, Slan-fcr- ri save you money and carry a full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Vulcan Plows, A rizom Stoves, Majestic Ranges, Heating Stoves1 Salt, Lime, Cement. 5SExamine our Prices.8 learning. J." Wabuem. d, , W. H. WEAKEN & CO. j' a ? i VVeekly Interior Journal 15, 1S95 ii M Stanford, Ky., January VV. P. WALTON. been demonstrated thnt tho court8can ineto out swift punishment to crimina'H when they aro inclined to. Fivo daya niter Wtu. Taylor murdered Squire Doty, in Madison county, ho wos condemned to be hung and 35 days after tho commission of the deed ho paid the penalty at tho end of a rope. True the court was spurred to action by n popular demand for tho wretch's blood, which but for the assurance of a speedy trial, would have been taken by a mob, but the effect will be salutary, as it will show murderers that they take some chances for punishment when they commit such deeds. If the fate of tho negro was the rule instead of tho exception in such cases, and if white aBsaBeins were as summarily dealt with, Kentucky would soon free herself of the odium that attaches to her for tbo apparent cheapness in which human life is held in her borders. . The Tennessee democrats are playii g with fire, which will return to bum thorn when they least expect it. Tho e Legislature has Ipassed a bill to tbo charges of fraud and will pass a contest bill. In the mean time, Gov Tele Turney holds on and Evans, the republican elected on the face of the returns, cau only gnaw a lilo aud wait. There may have been frauds practiced, and doubtless were, but that has gotten to bo regarded as fair in politics and often one party is as deep in the mud as the other is in tho mire. Batter a thousand timeB let Evana havo the office than to tako it froui biin by the right of might. It Iirb month bro Win. Tayto his own statement, lor WB8,.according a drunken, pistol toting, mule thief, who embraced tho firet opportunity to murder a man who pimply wanted1 to protect his own property. Now, according still to his own statement, ho is an an gel and with the angels stands, a crown upon his forehead and a harp within his hand. To the finite mind this sudden transition from a fiond incarnato to an angel seraphic is tho superlative of By tho murder and hompen lino may be the surest way to heaven, and it is if tho stories of these creatures aro to be believed, but wo for ono tako no ptock in them, especially when the Bible expressly says no murderer shall enter the kingdom of Heaven. A-- little over n NEWSY NOTES. invtB-tigat- be a married man and a housekeeper until it was too late to mako himself eligi ble. Ho turned up with a wife the day ho was to have been sworn in but the democratic council had already elected tho democratic incumbent aud ho will hold till the next regular election. Tho rad can console himself that he has a wife, If he did lose the office, and a good wife is more to be prized than all the offices in the nation and all the the rubies in the Orient. Waite, of Colorado, called on Eugene Debs in his cell In the Woodstock, III,, Jmil Saturday to condole with him over the situation. He thinks that the strike boss has violated no law and ought not to be imprisoned and would not be but for the inferiority of the present judges. It is a pity that this par nobile fratrum were not kept locked up together. Both are enemies to good government and should be treated as such. Ex-Gov. Newport elected a republican assessor who was notawaro of the fact that the law required that such officer muBt Col. J. Stoddakd Johnston, who has been there before and done more service for the democratic parfy, with less reward than any body, has announced his candidacy for Secretary oi State, and the newspapers are doing him proud. He used to be one of us and if he has an enemy in tho Kentucky Trees AssociaHe would mako tion it is not h'a a model Secretary. Tub Thirteen Club, of New York City, nronntzdil to orovethe fallacy of tho su perstition against 13, held its 13th nn- nual meeting at the 13 club, baturuay night, in room 13, where 13 years before the original 13 had met. The festivities were prolonged until 13 minutes after 12 and, when all present drank a toast to the 13th birthday or the 13 club. Tub Louisville Commercial suggests that Judge Milton J. Durham would be a good man to lift Kentucky "out of tho ruts," and that the democratic party might do itself credit by nominating him for governor. The judge has a great many friends who believe he could do tho lifting and would vote for him with great delight. tried every way to prevent the inauguration of Gov. Budd, in California, but to no purpose. He is now governor do jure and de facto and is about the only democrat saved from the recent wreck of political hopes. It is a small favor, but we are in that condition now that we aro thankful for any thin g The republicans I You are nor. Right you are, gov. can afford to wait. Life holds young and many possibilities for you and you should not wreck them by trying to crowd the mourners. This is not your year. Doubtlecs 'smother will be. Alfoiid says ho is in no hurry about enloring the race or goverLibut.-Gov. An Indiana man wtio was fined SGOO for violating the liquor laws has gone to jail to spite the State. As it will take nearly two years to pay the fine at $1 a day, it is a very extraordinary case of cutting off the nasal appendage to spite the reat of the physiognomy. made a ponitentiary crime everywhere for men to get drunk aud make dogs and demons of themselves Tho outlook for financial legislation this session of Congress is bluer than ov West Virginia, has a law which makes habitual drunkenness a felony and it is to be tested in the case of a mau just arIt outfit to be rested at Parkersburg. er. Thomas H. Carter was nominated tho repnplican caucus of Montana. Convict Murderer George Coldhand, who killed a guard and escaped at Ga., was lynched. The Court of ClalniB of Marion county allowed $00 as board bill for the bloodhound recently purchased. It is estimated that $10,000,000 has been invested in coffee houses as an antidote for the saloon in England. Stephen B. Elkins was nominated for Senator without opposition by tho West Virginia republican caucus. It is said that Baron de Hirech has given SirTatton Sykes tho refusal of the wonderful mare L Fleche at 550,000. The Montana republican caucus nominated Lee Mantle, of Butte, for the short term of the United States Senate. Thirteen persons were drowned by the sinking of the French steamer Acan is in the Mediterranean during a cyclone, Miners at Fuirmcuat. W. Va., will contribute '20 carloads of coal to Nebras ka for distribution among tho suflereis. Tho immense Wyeth harness and saddle factory of St. Joseph, Mo , burned. Loss, $140,000, nearly covered by insur ance. The railways in the paet four month- have realized $25,000,000 for the transportation of this year's cotton orop from the South. The business houses of Sm Colo and John Crawford & Co. and Cole's residence burned at Jackson. Loss $7,500 insurance $4,000. .)1. S, UUUKUUinu ut. mo ...wj William Mall confessed on being ar- lOrill blo. 1IKST LINE TO THE NORTH AND EAST. rested in Brooklyn, that he had stolen a -- The Biue-- rasa butter and cheese "" irom Untm station, unci iwituri.1 ring a day for the last 2,903 that he had factory was sold Mouday, under execc- - xoat mCentrsi mc .xjuiii uumo Cincinnati, with through trims of the "Bit; Kodi" to Chicago. St. been with the firm. tion by Judge Cardwell for ilw. Biriir to, 1mm ndiaD,po1l. Coiumbui, cieeiani. New Stat'stics of immigration show that O. D. Thompson at $500. tiarrousouig York and Hoiton. For lull Information call on ncureit Knt or address in 1894 the immigrants reached only n Sayings. He sura jour tickets re td via "ISir four.' Binall-po- x Roby total of 283,020, a decrease of 05 per cent, at Seven cBes of I), n. O from the preceding year. Matthews E. Past.McCOIlMACK, Gen. Pass MARTIN, Aft. and Tkt. Traffic Maugr have done more than Gov. Cincinnati, O, Lackey Keating and James Mundy, has been ablo to accomplish toward scatwho escaped from the penitentiary at tering tho gang of gamblers collected at GEO U. COOPER. J AS. II YEACEIl Frankfort, were tried in the Circuit the Roby race track. Court and given an extra year. About 100 cattle were on the market : At Dallas, Tex , another correspond- yesterday and were dull at 2c to 3.12 J ent of the scurrilous paper published at There waa a demnud for good feeders at .. . ...... Proprietors of Kansas City has been killed by a man 3Jc. Only a few horses or mules were whose family he had slandered. offered and were Blow at $S to $3i). STANKOHI), KY. Mrs. Betsy Pago, of Lynn, Mass.i E. P. Woods shipped to E. Rotra-me- l. Havl'-f- bought of V W. Orern hit Llvetv died after having fasted 45 days. Sho Berkshire boar 6 of Illinois, a Red and added rcw buggiet and boric, we are abstained from eating for the purpose Of months old, for which ho got $10. He prepared to furculi being cured of n stomach trouble. FIRST-CLAS- S has had quite a trade in this class of TURNOUTS There were double executions nt stock and his shipments have been nu- On thort notice The traveling puLlic will find, Chattanooga and Macon, Ga., Friday. merous, ui alwayi ready and willing to lurtmh Wkob. either tingle or doulU. or Cairi . These with the Richmond neero make The shrinkage of value cl horses last aire of a lkiiHts at very. LOW I'KICt.H. I he and around town will Wo find five negroes legally hung that day. yer is estimated to bo ovor $'25,000,000, boy toindeal with. Stop with aui whenu in the peo-at town ple George McGe n convict from Louis- and tho total loss in falling off of prices courts and entertainment and your liortc and v: I ville, who killed n fellowconvict nt will no doubt aggregate $00,000,000 since hide wi be well cared for YKAOER & COOI'KR S; deMtr Home Stabl. Slinlonl. Ky Frankfort, has been sentenced to death. the commencement of tho present M S IIai r.MMiN His hanging will bo the first legal exe- pression of vrtluts. J W, lUl l.HMN. cution in Franklin county for 39 years. Spilman have oflered to Anderson it Senator Hnrris, of Tennessee, reach- engage the grOAing wheat at 45 cents es his fourth term in tho Senate without but have found no takers. T. L. A W. PKOPRIBTOKStrouble. When he completes it and ho U. Lillard havo sold to Hambrick Bros & SALE is a man in robust physical and mental of Scott county, 41 slop cattle, 950 pounds LtVfiUY, health he will have been in the Senato average, at 3 cents. Advocate. 24 years. I am now agent for Warder, Buah- - - Kontucky. Tho theater goers of Carthage, Mo., nell & Glessner's New Champion bn der will call upon the Legislature to pro- aud ask mv friends to Bee it before they II you nred livery give uaa call. Nothing but tect them against feminine tyranny by buy. W. L. Withers is my ngont at turnout! will leave our atable. See u lor ratct. In our the passage of a law making it s misde- Stanford. II. X. Bruce, Danville. Robert J., the champion pacer, went meanor for a woman to wear a big hat at HARNESS SHOP 42 heats iu 2:10 or better last year. Sev playhouse. the You will find a good assortment of llaineM, Saddles, Ac. Have, our rcpalriotf done by Morgan county people say they will enteen heats were in 2:00 or better nud man he understands his business. We have t our forever boycott Mt. Sterling, unless the only one waa as slow bs 2:10. Tho mechanic iu our wns2:0U. This is the greatest speed mob that recently hung Thomas Blair is BLACKSMITH SHOP. ferreted out and brought to justice. The showing for a single season on record,. work and satisfactory Will guarantee governor, has offered a reward foi the Hambrick A Hambrick, of Scott prices. Try our horse ahovr. Puarrest of ,the men. county, bought of George Jones, of Most people talk about millions with- laski, 15 950 pound cattlo at $1 50; of W. I out realizing what it is. An expert coin P. Grimes 30, averaging about 1.C00 I will offer for sale at public auction in front ol counter can count about 3,000 coins per pounds, at 3 35, and of t L. & W. II 'lhurmond A Shrill, 's Livery Stable in unctios 10 hours a day, It Lillard 41, averaging 950 pounds at 3c. hour. If ho works City at io o'clock on will take him 33i days to finish the OF A LOCAL NATURE. 29, 1895, counting ofjone million. My Splendid Hon. Win. E. Chandler, was nomiGeorgetown ColleRQ will open a nor nated in the republican caucus of the mal department Jan. 22, Prof. S.J. Fruit Farm Containing 77 Acres, obIcb ua to Btate. New Hampshire Legislature to succeed mile South of Junction City This It a himself as United States Senator for the Wilmore, the home of cranka and Situated i 'I here art i.oco Hughe's Virginia Crab line farm. 224 votes crankineaa, had Susan B. Anthony io Trees and 300 Peach 1 rets on it. Tho farm i In term of six years. He received K. W. HANDMAN.Agt., to 63 for Henry W. Blair. lecture for it laot week. Junction City, Ky, Judge Barr, of the Federal Court, Parker accidentally shot and 86 td John Somgave peremptory instructions at Frank- fatally wounded James Sloan near fort for a verdict of $21,000 in favorof the erset at a shooting match. State National Bank of San Diego, Cal Dr. A. T. Stephenson, father of SenOf Lincoln County. ngainst the administrators of the lato W. ator V. W. Stephenson, of Harrodshurp, The New H. Wilson, the Cynthiana turfman. died at Salisbury, Mo. aud tho reinalDB Fire starting in a hotel at Bradford, were brought to Mercer for interment. Mill, A ilisnatch from Lexington sayethat Pa., caused $80,000 loss. At South Man Lancaster, Ky., ll Chester, Conn., a was damaged Ollio Uardin, a handsome tfrl about 17 cliarR Is now Iu full operation, and invites the attention to tho oxtent of $50,000 or $75,000. The years old, is in the station-hoiiB- e its material, business portion of Barnesville, O , wna ed' with BtoalinR clothes. She claims cl the builders of Lincoln county toprices. Note superioi workmanship and low visited by a fire that caused a loss esti- that her parents reside near Somerset, OUR PRICES: mated at from $75,000 to $100,000. and that the clothes aro her own. Sho SOME charpes against a man Perfectly clear poplar or yellnw pine flooring at Great Baitain was in tho path of a makes sensational As low ua hundred. severe storm Sunday, und numerous dis named Allen Baazley, who was also ar- Sapel hundred. yellow poplar $1 50 perboarding at weather Perfectly clear charge of inducing a female f r.co per hundred. As low as $1 30 per hundred. asters on the coast are reported. rested on the patterns and thicknesses ot Ceiling in yellow Bakay capsized, and her crew under 21 years of ago to enter a house All poplar, chestnut and ush, at low as f a per pine, hundred. Irouble dressed lumber as lnw as fa per wero drowned. Two ships are reported of ill fame, huodrtd. Ileautiful ellow pine finishing lumber irl was r'ivou six months in tho cjuaner oak, &c. Save money by giving us you. Tho to have foundered, aud many are ashore. acquitted ,de,ITlIE Heavy snowfall and intense cold caused work house and Beaa'oy waa LANCASTER PLANING MILL, Lancaster, Ky. 7 6m on his own ItBtimony. much suffering on laud. for senator by Val-dost- n, gal-bab- y MATF.IM3rjALMATTEnS. The blizjurd has patso I off the Atlantic coat and tho weather la mo Pulaski in tho marryingoat kind of a ovory where savo in Westorn Now county. The Paragon sayH tlmt licenses York, whore a heavy snow was falling wore ifiued to us many as 2(W couplea Sunday night. last ypTu, Mrs. Mnry J. Dunley and James S. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Dunlny, six titnoa divorced and seven For sale, two fresh cove. II. L times married, woro unltod for the latWorlev. Shelby City. est, and they say List time, in Chicago Tho hackney proved too slow and last week. too cold for a sloigh horse. Benjamin Holhs, of Bracken county, John Cash sold to William Herring desired to wed Mrd. Angelina Conrad, n u small bunch of fat hogs nt 3 jc. widow 50 yearn old, and procured a liE A. WhltoBoldto Johu Johuson, cense to that end. The couple had startof Boyle, 10 fat ho at 3? to 4c. ed to find a minister when they wero F. K. Trlbblo sold to S. A. Moore, of met by one of Hollls' sous, who made cattle at 2J to 3c. Boyle, 11 bride got out of tho buggy the would-bof Bowling Greeni Hugh Mcllwaiu, and drovo home with his father. will handle Gay Bros' Baddle horses this A giri's tasto differs according to year. age, says a cynic. At 10 she wants n her Within a rndius of 50 miles of c toothpick nhoea and City there aro over 1,000 horsea in dude with moustache; at 20 a Chief Jtihtho training. with n pile of monej ; nt 25 bIio w 111 ho G. F. Pendleton had a Duroc Jersoy Ritifrtied with a member of Congrbc; at to hnve 14 full blooded piga tho night of 30 a country doctor or a preacher will the 12th. do; at 35 anything in tho male line, from Tho rent of tho sale amphitheatre at an editor down. Madison Square Garden, New York, is $1,000 per day. Dr. E A. Guerrant is about as good E. P. Woods bought of George Jones a story teller as ho la a preacher. He of Pulaski, a lot of long yearlings or was likewiBo a gallant Confederate sollight feeders at 3.12). dier. He waa in Frankfort tho other During 2 Ihours the coal shipments daya nd tho Capital credits him with on tho river from Pittsburg have amount- this: "One day, just at nightfall, wo were ed to 10,105,000 bushels. Wo . marching into tho battle of The great trotting sire, Alcantra was knew wo were going right into tho jaws bought by JohnS Clark, of Newark, N. of death, and one old Confederate who J. yesterday for $10,000. realized this especially well, broke out Tho report of tho Agricultural De- into song: "Backward, turn backward, partment of the crops ol 1S91 shows the ohtlmo In your flight, mako me a child corn crop to be the smallest sines the again, just for Somo big fellow year 1S01. Jon tho other end of tho lino yelled- 4Yes The Stock Farm sajs that Stanford and a nt that.' " has decided not to have a combination Wisconsin Central Lines. sale in February. Stauford never thought Through lino from Chicago to St. Pau of having one. -- Georga Wilkes 2:22 does not figure and Minneapolis, making close connecas tho sire of a 2:10 trotter or pacer, but tion (no transfer) with Hues running to IS of his sons and 5 of his grandsons do all points in Minnesota, North aud South Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Calinim honor in that list. Nineteen thoroughbreds belonging fornia, and Pacific Coast points Tim dito Richard Croker have been shipped to rect line to all points iu Eastern, Middle, Eugland, A number of them are enters Northern and Western Wisconsin, Ashland, Duluth aud nil Lake Superior ed in the early spring races. serHon. Casslua M. Clay, by his recent pointn. Double dl!y through-traiequipment. For fu'l vice with tire marriage, gained a wife of 15, a mother-in-laany ticket sgent in particulars addrt-fof 35 and a grandmother-in-latho United States or J. C. Pond, general himself. who is 20 years younger than paeBongernaent, Milwaukee, Wis. Bayleea, tho Jersey cow buyer, will bo hero again the last oi una ween or 0U3? I .EVOUtG, the first of next. If you want to sell iu- lor-atltwo-year-o- ld " NOW -:- - USE" To kick about the weather. Ncttcr to take things as they come and it.' conic to the Louisville Store so as to be bctter"proparcd to take is a fall on The snow falls on the just and the unjust. Just now there all winter goods. We simply mean to o CLOSE OUT! All winter stuff with prices that have taken a toboggan slide to the bottom. Only those who have been here and seen the unapproachable bargains we are offering, know of the big reduction we have made to clear our stock. We arc determined to make this New-Yor- k micro-soopl- CLEARANCE SALE I The ka lcr ol all previous sales. Below we furnish you a paitial list of what comprises our stock, and it must go for prices that often do not represent their first cost Dry Goods and Notions. All heavy Domestic Gooda and Flannels. Bleached and unbleached Cotton. All grades of Dress Goods, dies' and Gents' Underwear. Towels, Napkins, Comforts and IMankcts, Yarns and Zephyrs. Hrst line of Hoots in the city. All grades of Gents' Shoes from up. La- - Ooc Ladies' Shoes in all styles with Hosiery of all kinds. Launder- "cither pointed, French or Mcln ed and unlaundcred Dress Shirts. tosh toes. Hcst one on earth for Gents' Night Shirts. Hoys' Shirt iSu Waists. Our stock of Gents' Overcoats Collars and Cuffs. Mils. Hoods and Muffs, Corsets. Gloves and and Clothing and Ladies' Cloaks is Fascinators. unsurpassed and they must go for one third of their value. s w LOUISVILLE : STORE, Big 11 -.- STAITFOMD. KY, A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores: Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrcnccburg, t Cynthiana, Virsaillcs, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. Yeagor : & Cooper, ; bu-io- Livery and Feed Stable, NEW STOCK! Every thing new and the best in every line. e Drum-ine- rt' Drugs, Books, Stationery. We solicit your trade. Old and New Customers will Receive Prompt Attention and Accurate Service, W. B. McROBERTS, Hookscllcr and Druggist. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- STABLE, Stanford, ss FEE TRADE WITH DANKS, .FINE GOODS, fint-cla- - JEWELER. Low Prices, llri-dl- es, faBt-es- first-clas- s Prompt Attention, 7ABM FOB. SALE Tuesday, Jan'y. Pul-lia- FOOT WEAR Of Every Description. m Kip, Calfand Rubber Boots Men's Fine Shoes in Machine and Hand Sewed. I Children's School Shoes. Ladies fine Kid Goods in welts and turns. TO TEE CITIZENS Lancaster Planing H. J. McROBERTS. HI.8.RUPLBY,-f silk-mi- J - OF twtautHjSB ilmA WJLUaVJ J ' IsReceiving His 1 FALL -:- - WINTER GOODS. call. m Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me mvmimhfm fci '. k- - ss r 'm' V t i . ' $emi-Week- ly -- j- Interior Journal KV., JASfAUV IT), Thaok clinlns roiluosd 80 II. Woaren & Co. p.r cont. V. SrANKOItl), Youh account for lSl)i crtllniul si'ttlo. W. E. C. Walton, IUisincss Manager PERSONAL POINTS. Is quito niuk. lilkin. T. A. Hub, of Louisville, la with Comk to our timv iptarlura ntut get relatives Siure. Mils. Maiitiia Amuiioiit, of UroilhcAiI, aoinu prices befoio you Invest your monia the guest of Mrs. Dr. O'liannon. ey, llugherii Tate. Mihb Lomic (iIVk.nh went to Jolllco I'obti'O.skd. Tlio weather wiib bo bo ycatonlny to vialt her cousin, Mrs. II. 0. voru Saturday that C J. Craig did not Cook. bavo hi sale, but will try it ngain next Mn, J. II. MoAmhtkr Iirh hcuii iij for Saturday, liith, when he will also oiler sovernl tiayB. his laud. B8 Mil. KMKRY IlgJUI.KY IlIlH Mips Jknnik Cooi'Bh Miih. Cou W. II. Duddkiiah nout for his bloodlioiiiidsyeBterdiiyntid hereafter woo Foil Hknt. -- Cottopi wltli 5 rooms in Ch1) Orclmnl. Apply lo tlio postmaster be to the thief in thia flection. tlllTO. School. Mif a Kmholla Klleraon opened a private school in tlio II. Pendleton I'mcabkihII nnd Bettlo your nccount. house on Lancaster street yeBterday with I need the money to run my buainnea. 'Mi pupils. M. F. An exceedingly slim crowd attended court yeatorday and If It hud any money, it did not Hhake it nt this olilce to nuy alarming extent. I8DI In ready, plonso II. MoIliberH. Attkni) Prof. OIIdo'h free lectures at tho Christian church beginning Wednesday night. CHURCH AFFAIRS. I John Vaunon, colored, who joined Co. F, 0th HHtfnKWl eollcltor for M. 8. livery Btnlilo. Watch for tho SI Plunkard band today and boo the parade. It is n novelty Mh. J.S. Oooiik, now of PSnno, 7'ux. Also run down to McUoberts' and get a ai, wba slinking lunula with many frlendfl reserved seat. Tho prospect ia that thoie hero yesterday. will be n crowd. Mum FiiANtia Adams, of IIuRtoovillo, ia vicitiiiK MIhi Martha 1'itxtoii limit, on Si Pi.unkaud, At Walton's Opera House, indication Avenue. January 15th. Mu. J. A. How Kit, train dispatcher at Paris, wuh hero lust week on IiIh way to Lost, last week, a black unit of clothes Parkflvllle, to vIhH IiIh parents. between Howlaud nnd Crnb Orchard. Mifh Kudu: Adams, wholiahcen with PleBBo return to tho poat'Oilico at Crab Mian Alice Haiinlimnn for several days, Orchard or to the Intkiiiuk Jouiinal ofreturned to Danville yesterday. fice. W. B. Hnnafoid. Muh. Jameh Dunn and children left for D mvillu yesterday, to join tier husbimd A laikik and enthusiastic Bradley Club who has Konu into btDtineea there. hna been organiz-- d nt Pitieville, which Mewjiib. 8. W. Mbnuikk, K. M. Ntw-lan- believing that tho election of the GarJ. M. A Vernon and the I. J. man rard man as governor of Kentucky will attended the hanging nt Hlcbmond promote tho best interesta of tho State, will work with zeal to that end. Mh. Jorki'ii L. Conway has arrived It hna been more than m year since the Aid wbh here yenterday to Becuro liceufu K. C. baa had a wreck on ttio division to marry MiFa Helen IMd, of Huston between Rowland mid Richmond and ville, Krv. W. ".. Ahnold, Miaees Mary Kay Capt. W. H. Kirby nud Kugineer Henry and Alice HoIiiika and Dr. C. A. Cox Lsmmeta are very proud of tho recotd. went up to London yeMerdaj to attend There have also been very few delays during the time. Dr. Curadine'a meeting. Dii. 1). L. Fky and wifepmeed through Tiik other day Brown Rillu and Tom Kriilay to their home at Klrknville. They King engaged in n snow bull and both were returning from a protracted visit to getting mad they came to blows nud raisthe doctor's old home nt Hickory, X. t ed quite a row. They were arrested for Col. V. H. .Mii.i.kh, of Kuoxville, mi a disturbing the peace aud Saturday were here returning from Iincaster, where he tried at Morehuid before Squire John had been to have a settlement with tie Bailey. W. A. Tribble prosecuted nud insurance companim for his hotel, which Harvey Helm defended nud tiie Squire was burned Jan. 1. Ho sayn many be- acquitted. lieve, but lie (ioca not, that Paacoo was Si Pi.unkaud, wlio will be at tho Ope not burned, but still Uvea. ra House will Joubtless be greeted by n lurgo nudience. The play CITY AND VIRINITY. is a bright three-ac- t comedy to illustrate Huy n Majeatic. the peculiarities of Yankee rural life and the dangers that beset tho unsophisticatOrsiiA guards at lanks, the jeweler. . ed when they run up against the outside SrscTACLEs Uttt.il by Dauks, the jewelworld in tho largo citits. Tho situations or. are amusing and tlio fun ia fust and fu rioua. In addition to the play a number Hkati.mi htovea at cost. W. II. Wear of apecialty people will appear and Inon Co. crease tlio pleasure of the entertainment. Wkddimi preaenta at Dnuka, the jo J Secure a seat now at W. B. Mcltoberts' drug store, 75 cents. oler'a. m I Kil-day. A; J. W. llAUKiimnn'B K'giineiit, and went to the far West a year ago, ia back with a ball in liia leg and an honorable diachargr. Ho let a pistol fall and shot himself and will doubtless spend tlio reat of ills life fore. : drawing a pension nnd taking things A dispatch from Vanceburg Bais eaay. that the Rev. Lem Penrpd got into an arAnd Oils is O. O. Ciino gument with John Slate, a lay member, Fiikb LKcruiiEi.-Pr- of. all our people know and love, will on a religious aubject. The controversy whom deliver three free lectured at the Chris became loud and waxed hot, vben Rev tian church here beginning Wednesday Peurod drew his revolver and fired at night. The first will be, The American Slate, tlio ball passtng through tho 1st Pope; or, The Coming Conflict, 2d, ter's boot leg. Slato then rushed on And prices the very Lowest, quality considered. We can save you nnd The State, 3d, Hnmanisin Penrod, when tho latter drew a butcher money on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Come in and see. Unmasked, (To men only.) These lec- knife nnd BlnBhed nt his opponent, tures are highly spoken of by press and a hole in his leg. pulpit and will prove both entertaining It Ih understood that tho State and Instructive. the Christian Church in Kentucky will bo hold in Stanford next August. Tint Metropolitan National Bank of This Is a very largo gathering, and our Kanena City made its ttockholdera givo neighbor will have within her gates all EL3 up a third of their holdings to pay bad tho people she can comfortably take care debts amounting to 3250,000 and now of. But her boapitality in unbounded, the only hope of tho Kentucky and with tho assistance of the country nf over gutting much of thpir wnicn aro quite numerous in moiicv nis gone glimmering. Mr R. W. cuurciioH " Lincoln, the brethren" will bo enterIlockir, formerly of this pbee, is no long! r president or director in tho bank, tained nnd sent on their way rejoicinp. Tho nbove is from the Lancaster owing to the jealously of one branch of whi:h doea not reckon without its tlio consolidated concern. We offer a iirgc line of nice patterns below actual cost. An ophost. Stanford will entertain and do it Chairs, &c. We must Bamc Stock J. 0. Mnaon, executor Lin the bfst way. all who mav come portunity to get big bargains in Furniture, Give us a call. of Mrs. S. M. Nowland, sold nt auction among us. Wo are little, put oh, Lord, have room, if low prices will make it. yesterday 20 Blinres of Btock in tho Fiie we are loud. National Bank of Stanford, ns follows: N'KW ADYKKTISKMKN'TS. To Mrs. Nancy Smith five ahnrea nt $100; W. P. Walton 10 nt 5100.50 and J. II. Undet takers and Dealers in Furniture, Stanford. Bsughroan flvo at ?100 75. J. P. Bailey aud J. W. Hooker, executors of Mrr. America Bailey sold four ahnrea of tiie At Aisignee ol A. A. Warren, I will on same stock to W. P. Walton at $100 nud 26U1. four to J. H. Baugiiman at samo price. They also sold to J. P. Bailey two sharts At 3 o'clock P. M., itlt at public outcry the in tho Hustonylllo National Bunk nt t. -- Owonsboro King's Daughters bavo raised 51,000 und propose hiiiidtn a public hospital. -- Tiie Rev. Young J. Alb n writeafrcm Dealer In Shanghai, China, that tlio war baa been n benefit to miiuionnry it has broken dou Die arrogance of tho Chilli Be, especially tlio upper claeecfi. -- Rev F S. Pollilt writes Bro. Arnold r I... ir.lin Krnlrfnr( ,.,,,,t ti... ...... , u, , mo mu ui ut. Farming Implements, Harness, Hay, BicKnefs are exaggerated, though ho hiB been considerably uudor tho wenlbir Oats, &c. Give him a call when you want to buy or trade. He will He is, however, on the mend and hasie treat you right. See his stock and get his prices before you wander sinned his full duties. off to another town to buy. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Rev. J. A. Sawyer writeB from Snrdia to the Kentuckian-0itizn- , under date ot tho 10th. "We have a great meeting .Our Stock of. About r0 converted to datn. Robert Marshall converted The people say tho liko wai nevor seen here be- B. K. Wearen, ope-ntion- s; ... Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Wagons, &c. i n I Drugs, Books, : Paints LARGE - WELL SELECTED. G. L. cu-ti- ng Men'-ing- PENNY, Exr. of stock-holde- ri WALL '" PAPER 1 Ree-or- d, Clearance Sale. WITHERS 6i HOCKER, DATE Assignee's Sale. Saturday, January DP TO OK V . County Couiit. Judge G M. Davison tit the ball akin yesterday like it waa made for him and presided otium cum dignitate. Clerk J. F. Cum.Tiina drop ped into buaiuesa with tho air of a man Alio knows what ho is about and we predict that lie will make about aa clover an ollicor as his predecessor, who was clovernesa itself. But little was before tho court. The saloon license of W, F Drye at Huatonvillo was transferred (o W. D. WVntherlord and J. II. Vanhook waa granted druggist license at McKin ney. House and Lot on Danville St,. .Sow occupied by him at a rcitdcncA. The !e will be n mde in front of the court-homon a credit of tx inontht Bond with tlx per ceut. interest from dale will he require! of purchaser. 89 J 11. I'AXTON.Auntnee. ' - Public Sale of If you need a Cook Stove and want to buy one that will give perMy wife fect satisfaction, go to Higgins & McKinney, Stanford. bought the O. K. Jewel and it is a jewel and does perfect work. Mrs. A. Steeniiergen. Rowland, Ky Land & Personalty. Jan. , I On Saturday, At 10 o'clock, A. M., iharc auction 19, '95, will (ell at public y m . Gasoi.ink atoviH of all kinds. Wearen A Co. A W. II. fkw heating Blovea left nt reduced " pricea. Higglus AMcKlnney. Tub Spring aeehiou of Stanford FoniBle Collego will begin Tuesday, Jan. '2. Wk hnvo the Im at plow for the money & ever offered tn Stanford. Kinney. Higgina Mc " Oun tuba are in good shape now. Come in an take a bath. Cook & Farmer, the birberc. . Kt.kc'A.T front rooms to rent in Oraig'b brick house. Pricea nominal. J. II Kalluti, M. 1). Wk have forgul our way to the front Damon ami Pythias. Rehearsing has and expect to hold it if prict-- will do It already begun for the rendition of the HughtB A Tate. beautiful play "Damon and Pythias" ot Cou Hwki' Duddkiiah Bold to Frank Wnlton'b Opera House, Tui6day evening, Cordier "0 ncrea of laud in Rowland at Feb. HUi. Tno entertainment will be 1100. The land ndjoina Mr. Cordier'a under the auspices of the Kuiguts of Py dwelling. tliiaa lodge here and tho proceeds will Wk must close up our busineea and if go to tho lodge. The following are tho you don't pay iib, we will bo compelled characters together with the names o( to take other steps to collect the money. those who will represent thorn: Damon O. K Tate; Pythias, Ilarve Helm; Calan" " Yoager & Yeager. the, Miss AnuieJGreon; Uermion, Mies Foil Hbnt. Houbo nnd premisco on Fannie Shanks; Aria, Misa Kiaio Burcb; Danville Avenue, now occupied by J. Dionysius, Will II. Shanks; Proclee, B, M. Carter. Apply to Judge Varnon. II. Danke; Luculius, Albert II. SeverMisa Mary Vnrnon. ance; Philiatius, W. II. Wearen; Damocles, Samuel W. Menefeo. Tho Sonatora. Boun, on Friday afternoon, to the wifo Soldiers and Servants will be nbly repreof Sherlll T. D. Nowland, a 10 pound sented by membera of the order. Nothboy. Thia ia tho ninth child that baa ing will bo loft undone to make the enblessed their union. tertainment a success and with tho talent Pahtiks having work douo in oitbor in it we feel justified in predicting it. our harntBB or blacksmith flhop will not It is not likely that the end of tho exbo chai Red for hitcbiuir, while tho work amining trial of RlieriU' VnnAredall for Baugb-inaia being done. M. 8. & J, W. the murder of Dr. Uarrod at Iiarrods . ; burg will bo reached bofore or SquiheA G. Faulknkh announces The whole of Saturday waa mogiBterial disthat in the Wayneaburg consumed in his direct and cross examitrict court to try civil casea will begin nation, lie said lie waa coming up tho the lnat Monday in January, April, July street witii his head down, and as he Und October. passed Uarrod tho latter ran his hand Mn. John K. Olaiiku, tho groat lectu- behind him and cursed him. He says he rer, arrived on timo yeBterday and ia at then shot him, but did not shoot after he the St. Aaapb. There waa a promiao fell. Every witness for the prosecution when wo went to preBS for a good houEO positively says ho did. Repeated threats of Dr. Uarrod had been communicated to hear him last night. r to him, lie Bald, aud on several occasions Tiik weather waa too much for thb when in conversation with parties UarCaledonians Saturday night and there rod would pnes between him and the Au unappreciative person ho waajtalklng to, was no meeting. Tho doctor man romarked that for onco the weather also would often give him savage glances. wns in f ivor of tho public. Col. W. 0. Bradley is among the eight land, advertised in this lawyers for the defense and C. J. Brou-sto- n The Dawson of tho three for the prosecution paper, rented nt auction yesterday at 7 All tho Commonwealth's witnesses conan acre for com land and S3 for grass to tradict Van Aradall and show that the act U. II. Carter and the corn and millet was one of deliberate murder. Dawson at $2.50. land to L. L. m m n. to-da- y Tut: Cunningham Quintette ia a musical organizitiou of more than ordinaiy merit. Ilia composed of four brothers and a Bister, each of whom ia au excel lent vocalist aud the entertainment that they give is both artistic and enjoyable. In classic numbers na well as in ballads, they were never disappointing aud each elfbrt met with enthusiastic applause. Misa Allele has n sweet soprano voice und the aeveral mjIob that she gave proved that it had been highly cultivated. I'iio baritone soloa of Mr. Robert were also very line; in fact Uio entire program gave the moat complete satisfaction. Wo hope the Quintette will favor Stanford again aa it 18 a plennure to have auch accomplished artists aud cultivated people visit UH. 104 Acres Ina good of Land, The O. K. Jewel is the best I ever saw. cakes to me to bake on the O. K. Jewel, convinced of its superior qualities. My neighbors bring their Buy one and you will be Mrs. Wm. Stone.. balof cultivation. One-ha- lt Pity tiik Biiakkmkn. Through tiie ance In 1 ilalo i yean at tix per cent. cash, and Interest from day ol ale. Llea retained on land for the courtesy of an obliging and excellent of p irctiara money. ficial of the L. it N , the editor waa permitted one of the coldest nights of last 2 Good Work Horses, 1 Saddle Mare, threo years old, week to return homo on n freight train, when he had occiaion to have tho hor One fine red milk cow, i heifer, a lot of Corn rick, one and rors of a brakeman'a life most forcibly and fodder, one straw one Krapire luisify, Drill, one waon, Gialn impressed upon him. It was anowiug as Kootl as new, plows, wagon and buggy harness ami articles too nnmerous ment and sleeting, tlio wind wna mnKitig n Tcrm various of i to and under cashtoIn hand,n Sums of tho cars were na over th it amount a credit of 90 dav. Negotiable tuiipest and the tops two-hors- e -- FOR SALE BY HIGGINS & McKINNEY. THE BLUE GKA.SS HKRD OP ' yet tlu'so faithful fellows tjok their lives in their lunula nnd ran ot'or tliom to tho brakes to "let her down tho hill," or respond with celerity CI to tho engineer's call. Hall frozen, they would occasionally come down into the caboose singly nnd in paiis, and while hugging the btove, talk in their chceifu' Physician and Surgeon, way of life in general and their cloge calls in particular. Prior fellows Stem - necessity compels them to accept their hazardous mode of life at pay out of proOffice in Ilrick Ilinldlrg near Methodist church, portion to the risks they run, but they residence with bid, Joseph llillou, on Damllle 83 l'ike, until further notice, they make tho best of everything aud take thiups as they cymo without complaint. They aro heroes, every one, and may a kind Providence watch over and Law, Attorney protect them. slick as glfles, 1 M-t- notes nh approved security payable at the First National Hank ofSlanfonl required. No piopertv to b removed until the terirs of tho are complied with, bale av my puce known as the W II. Miller Urm 34 inllts liom Stanford on the Crab OrcharJ pike. Remember the date, Saturday, Jan. j. CRAIG, d blatiferil, Ky rfB6SBtapBsR Stoct. U Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. t f e s fot said from the.bcst types rcedcri secured from the best herds In several different States. Coiresp-jndeLc- Ilegisterd Solicited. I Stanford, Kentucky. FKUE COIXAGE OF SI I, vi: fit. rii T VUaX ThuTe&s v K Thkiir have been slumps and slumps but the worst slump of the season was that taken by the temperature Friday night. Tho day before was sunshiny and BUggestive ot Spring, after a severe period of frigidity, and iiopea were springing eternal in the human breast that the worst was over. Along late in tho afternoon, however, tho telegraph ticked a notice of tho coming of a cold wave, but up to midnight there waa scarce an evidence of what wa? to folio . Shortly after that it began to snow, the wind commenced to blow a gale aud by aumiso the mercury had been driven down according to the various thermometers to from G to 12 below zero. Tho snow waa drifted over a foot deep. It continued to come in gusts all Saturday and that night, but Sunday the mercury had climbed up 25 degrees. It Beom-e- d to be ashamed of itself, however, and yesterday morning tried to go out of sight again, registering very near ot A fall of about 50 degrees in six hours is enough to freezo the marrow aud make one long to remove to the warmer e.liinato of tho North Polo. The area of cold ia not as extended as tho first, but every whero it struck the coldest weather for years is recorded. Yesterday waa clear and the mercury climbed up to the JO, makiug a good doal of tho snow go oil". "Fair, warmer," Tuesday is tho prediction now nt hand. a-- zs-r- next Sunday morning at Elder W. U. Campbell, of Lancaa-er- , will preacii at Rmh Branch church 11 o'clock. Tho thnmb l an nnfaillnc Index The free and unlimited coinage of u of cliaacter. Tho Square a strong wl' great enemy . silver, the product of American mines, and firmness. Cloje'y allied it tuo Stimulated Type, Ihe thumb of thom at the old ratio of 16 of silver to 1 of Ideas and business Of ndvai.ccil ability. Iloth of th :.' types belonjj at cold, is the only solution of and to the bticy man cr uoman; ana Demorest'ii Family Magazine Stanford, - - Kentucky. remedy for the disturbed and unsatisespecially for such prroiis a whole Milntnc f new Idea, factory condition of trade, manufacnnd In a email fince, nt that tho Office on Lancaster Street, oppoiitc the record of the whole world's work ture and general business of the counfor a month may bo read In half au Collections rcce.e especial attention 8$ hour. The Conical Tjpe Indicates try. The surreptitious act of 1873, ritlnemeiit, culture, and a loo of iuiiMC.pot.try.and fiction. A person divorcing silver and gold in our mone1TOTICE I with this type of thumb will thoroughly enjoy the littrary attractions tary system, was a vtrime of untold of Demomfi .Magazine. The ArAU persons having claims against A. II. Penny of indicates a will present them properly provei. to mc et once, magnitude. It was the rankest kind I o i tistic Typeart, which will Joys raw find beauty and and those owing the estate are earnestly requestpleasure In the magnificent legislation in favor of thc of class ed to settle. iiEO. L. PKNNY. Exor.. uro or roes, I64 x 31 Inches, repro81 td Stanford, Ky. duced from the original painting by wealthy against the producers of I)o Longprd, the moet celebrated of which will living flow wealth, and hostile to the prosperity' he given to every subscriber to Ilemorcst's Magazine far 1695. Tho Opera House. of the United States. It was an act cost of this superb work of art was and the reproductloa 350.00: because done at the instance of treason cannot bo distinguished from tho Besides this, an exquisite and for bribe original. of a European syndicate You've hea.d of me, I am Coning picture Is puboil or money, "giving aid and comfort to1 lished In each number of tho Magaarticles are so prozine, and the Tuesday, 15, '95. our country's enemies." To shield fusely and superbly Illustrated that the Magazine ia, in reality, a portThe Oreat Coruedv Succeis. Many Imitators but the guilty parties, the well authentifolio of art works of tho highest No bucccssors. order. Tho I'bllosophlcTypeis tho published, have been cated facts, often thumb of tho thinker and inventor 'O of ideas, who will be deeply interC. LIS vigorously denied. ested in those developed monthly iu Deruorcst's Magazine, in eery Supported by the Brilliant Little Actress, The Enquirer will continue to ex- -' one of its numerous departments, which cover the entire artistic and this unpardonable crime until pose scientific field, chronicling every JEANETTE-:- fact, fancy, and fad of the day. right and justice are done the people perfect Dmiorisi's is simply a Ioni; And n Select Company of ago Kninily Magarine, anil wom i by the full restoration of silver to its of the Monthlies. crowned Queen Twenty : Talented : Comodians, old companionship with gold. We Send in jour siitcnptlon; it will ciul only yiCO, and you will hao In the Laughable Yankee Comedy, a doaen Wgnziucii in One. Address need the assistance of the people in W. JiAMMisUtKniitsT. Publisher, 15 Iitt Uih fetrctt, New York. disseminating the truth, to which end 'lliont.li nor a fahion tnapzlnc. It perfect f ablon pases.nnd its articles selection of pawe invite all in your on family ami domestic mutters, will Kverythin; New but the Title. The only Yan- pers for the coming season to include bo nf fupvthttiw interest to Ihoso Everything New, Fresh i kee Show Traveling. K the JVin!iuo Typo f f 1 OS anj Oilgioal. Making tho 1'unniest Parade. Car- the Enquirer, that costs only $1.00 a T'i mu. which fnuloatra. lit ita small ry tho soft itall, and :', "Ifrdi'rtiGJHi, tip, those traits iiUMth, rounded Best Orchestra on tho Road year. (Issued twice a week.) cash reessentially ro 'in ueiolig lumlld subscribe mo to) of w om Liberal commissions and tenti r e, eer See the Great II. R. Scennj ths Threshing Ma?!. If you are unacqualntedwlih IkuKKf-- i chine Scene; the County Fair Scene. wards given to club raisers. Sample Its Hems, send for a speelnun copy (free), ami Look Out for "Si" and his Country Hand Parhci-put admit Tn mutli. vrnv that st'einj! morev TIlCMUS hud Ollft rade; lor the Funulest Street Parde ever Seen. copies free, Enquirer Company bv findlliC in nf tnil l' vi.it in Reiervsd Seats on aale at W II, McRobcrlt' eurythni; to tat.efy tho literary want ot Cincinnati, O. Mavmo lAtuiiy. Drut; Store. uo wuo.o w. s. btjeiCh:, Q SSty5 ' S35' Tpoln-tllciiti- R con-c- li Court-lloui- n u Walton's water-col- January Farmer J. WIS, rtf LEWIS. rv "SI PLUNKARD." pos-l- . i ia-i- -1 n W5 ' 1 I C. N. MaWSnM Semz-Week- ly Interior Journp AT '! foe cold weather. SKATING GOWNS ARE BRILLIANT AND FUR TRIMMED. pheasant win p, with threo strings of red haws standing upright- for skating purposos had a full Kton jacket (i ado double broastod and havOno of tho prottiost costumes shown publlahod Evory Tuesday and Frldoy S3 PICK YHiAU rrWhdn not so paid IN- .A.13 will be charged.-P a.60 Ui t K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leavei Rawland at 7:00 a m., returning at 5:20 p. hi. L.&H. LOCAL TIVE CARD. SlilrU Aro 8 nut nntl Underwear Light ami Toqttrs nml Mufl'i Com-plct- o tlio Ciistiiiin llton Jiicl.rti of Sealskin nnl l'rrt,iitti 1'opulnr. VnV1n--rn11cl- ntl si, Train going North No, , 11 South No. 11 No H, . ,. if P ra :i . 3 .3 a m s " 't 1 37 P m V QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trims pan Junction City a follows: No 2 North f So. . South t ' ..1.30pm 12.15am " 4 " ; 11 " " .....nam - tiATini ., 6 ,, -r . U W Ill 10 .. 8 40 pm 1 -- by American PrcbU Asoocli-- ! tion.J It is rnro Hint there nromorut linn flvo or fcix dnys in New York in n winter vhcu it is possible to fiknte. Tlio fart that thcro is solid ico on tlio Ml.o in Central park is heralded to tinxiotis youiiH eyos liy tho hointiiif,' of n flaf? with n red ball. Tho news llios rapidly, and ono eager young person will tell nnothor 1SK5, (Cowrlglit, f Do not S19P Baking; Jlfisoufefy "tho ball is tip," Tho horso cars all carry it Hag also notifying all lovers of tho sport that thoro is n chanco to onjoy it, and roon tho lako is covered with protty girls, in tho swellost of costumes, gliding swiftly along. Naturally cvory ono wears furs mid all sho can got, for what would bo tho uso of all that display if ono could not havo furs on? Thick, bright colored gowns aro inado skating length, bordered with fur and having coats or jackets to match. Hats, toquc3, hoods and tho most Homer J f n Pure A cream of tarter baking pow leavening der. Highest of all-iLatest United States strength. Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 Wall Street, New Yorfe. , " s 1 -- y. FOR COLD DAYS. '.w . 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In colors, and photographs of new houses, with plans, enabling builders to show tbo latest (lea (.'in and secure contracts. Address iiUNN & CO.. New yohk, am Btioadwat. I John II. Cattleman. A. G. Lanhau ROYAL nsurance Company OF LIVERPOOL,. BAB.BEE &0ASTLEM A fl MANAGERS, Otiiauierca "W. Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. A. TBXBBLE, Looal Agtmt, STANFORD, KV. SanJFrancisco. Portland A World's -- Fair Record. VIA- CHICAGO coqnottish littlo bonnets aro fccii. True, that delightful if short season is not yet hero, but tho gay and warm garniouts are, and they aro snugly ropoing awaiting tho glad news that "tho ball is up." Tho skating season in Paris, Berlin and Vienna brings out somo of tho most fetching of all tho costumes scon in a yoar. Mnrino aud Prussian blue, ruby, cardinal and rich oniernld green and Russian green aro tlio colors best liked for skating continues in thoso countries, aud naturally thoy aro accepted horo too. Tho fckating costumes for this season nro very brilliant and also very costly. Velvet corduroy in bright colors aud thick woolens aro all seon. livery ono has a trimming moro or les3 ornato around tho bottom. Thero aro very fow wido skirts to bo worn to skatw in, for tho wind would mako such an oxerciso impossible Tho skirts, as a rule, do not incisure moro than three yards around. Thero aro full union sots of underwear mado of perforated chamois for skating purposes, and that renders pumbersomo clothing unnecessary. Tho jacket is frequently an Eton in form, mado of fur and buttoned closoly. Somo of tho jackets aro of tho dress material and mado wintry by additions of fur. But the crowning glory of tho costumo consists of tho hat and tho muff. Turbans mndo of sealskin and beaver nro very protty, but not too becoming to somo faces. Thoy aro trimmed with uloso rosettes, pheasants' necks or perhaps a queer littlo ornament mado of sealskin. Another shapoof turban is mado of Persian lamb and has a cuto littlo trimming of stiff feathers in bronzo coloring. Tho alpino hat is also shown in.sealskin, aud beautiful it is. This has always at least all I havo seon have tufts of shaded brown fancy quill feathers. But other closo hats aro quite suitable, and wo shall soo cunning littlo velvet capotes and closo hats and also a few continentals nnd bonnets mado of sealskin. Colors on theso hats may bo as vivid as ilamo. They add warmth to tho icy surroundings. Tho muffs aro of overy kind, shapo and style, but I think tho preferonco is for fancy shapos. I noticed two I thought vory pretty, Ono was liko a gathered opera glass bag as to shape. On each end was a bow mado of sealskin, and tho wido ends wero draped down in a manner that ono would think impossiblo until ono really saw it. Directly on tho top was curled n littlo "beastio" with ono tail more than nature originally adorned him with. An- - ing a storm collar aud wido rovers and gigot alcoves', all of nioiro astrakhan. Tho hat was n clos-- turban of tho same fur, with a bluo jay's wing stuck iu ono side. TJ10 dress was of cloth of tho exact shadoof a jay's plumngo, nnd around tho bottom and up tho right sido thero wero rows of tho astrakhan fur, nnrrow and mado over n roll or ropo. Thero was n cozy littlo mull' of tho samo fur to match. Another rich costumo has tho Fklrt of terra cotta cloth with six rows of tailor stitching around tho bottom. With this will bo worn a sealskin Princo Albort nnd a long boa of hkunk, which is ono of tho prettiest furs thero nro. A sealskin tcquo will bo worn with this. A very Frenchy sknting costumo will bo seen if thoro is any chance which is mado of biscuit felt cloth. Tho skirt has two quito wido bands of brown fur around tho bottom. Thoro is a fanoy basquowith bretolles bordorod with tho fur and with a full vest of silk matching tho dress. Tho toquo is of felt bordered with fur and has two littlo bows of tan satin ribbon. Thcro is n long sleeved vest of chamois lined with silk to wear with this suit. It somehow docs not look wnrin enough for a skating dress, but tho fair wearer will in roality bo as warm as twist Thcro is ono lady of my ncqualntanco who is tho mother of threo or fonr .tots of babies, but she koops quito up to dato iu all amusements, and sho has a skating outfit and is anxiously awaiting tho day whan sho can wear it It consists of a cheny red velutina dross, which reaches to tho instep only. It has ono row of gray fur set on in a Qrook key pattern all around it, and thoro is n snug basque with postilions iu tho back. Thero aro three capes, each removable and all bordered with tho fur. Tho sfcovos aro snug up to tho elbow. Tho toquo is of ruby velvet, with a fur roll around tho crown, and tho tails standing upward, ono on eaeh side. Tho costumo looks wintry and bright. For thoso who do not lay as much stress upon tho magnillconco of attire as upon having n jolly good timo thoro nro short dresses of bouclo cloth and wool plaids, and, iu fact, all tho array of woolens suitable for tho season, tho ono special need leing thnt tho skirt shall not bo too full nor too long to imAll mulls should pede frco inovomont. hang by cords or ribbons. Children lovo to skuto. For them thero should be light but warm garments iu brighter colors than would be considered suitablo for church or other graud occasiou. Theso should also bo as nearly closo fitting as the case will allow. Henmettk Rousseau. . J lied Her Pntiirlto Color. KIR SALb. new. Kalibanka Scale, that Thiiifw n (ho ofllco had gouo wrong ill aw 4,000 lb. Tho'ovlhlfg o imichajn HI with cort in down town Benedict ono I'lcoie call en me at aiALiuru. ju.. day last wok, aud ho reached homo that ovoning in n rather unpleasant STORE ROOMS.iSirret, in thn princ!,. I hey art rn Mln f rnino of iniud. Tlio ntlorablo partner of or rent 75 qiocK sm m. j. his joys nnd mrrows met him at tho r door and ombrueed him in such a VIUCJZ, manner that ho resigned liimsolf to tho inovitnblo demand for somo of tho SUKOUON OKNTIS1 "root of nil evil" which ho know was UfScoottr McKobMti Drug Store In the s coining. Owtley lluilillnc Sunftnl "I suppose you wnnt an entire ward-robthis time, " quoth hor "hub" . gruffly. Aii'l this is the song she did sing: "Now, denrewt, you know that I 1 will Rive tho above reward lor the arrut aud havo nothing that is fit to bo seen iu, Coliviit'on ol thn Ihti ve who broke inlotnyatoie in HUiiCuid on the uichl ol Dec airf. nnd I enw nico red morning gown toS S. II. SHANKS. day, with slippers to match, nnd such a onto littlo red bonnet, that I am just I dying to get them." Tho "lord of tho manor" regarded aVt my ttore you will find one ol ihe fiHCt her in silence for it moment and tllon ttocksof Millluiry and Embroidery Material ever said, "It strike's mo, Cynthin, that you brought to Stanford. Ihavc paid caih fr my eooda require tho pervious, of a physioian. " and idl them lor ca.h, 10 low that you will le forced to buy hum me. An examination will con"Why, what do you moan?" "Well, to my mind, yon show unmis- vince you and you aie Invited to make it. MRS. A. A McKINNEY. takable symptoms of scarlet fovor. " Philadelphia Call. u-11 . ?wn'',:l:':.. II. II. KINO. O. 11. l'R ... Wo new have a full line ol KinW'e . General : Merchandise, lnci At Ihe Lowell ten-do- mm. mm AS. And would call the attention ol ladle to the fact that .Mia ( ll. rruiu it aeiung mo lalrat itylea in Millinory : Goods, Cheaper than taey can be bought 1'iodHce tame a.caili. clitwhrc. o 950 ra'isvB-x)- Wanted, 100 Barrch of Corn. KING A-- l'KUITT, Murcland, Ky 11 To The liadios MONUMENTS- - GKANITISnucl MAUSJt,E. J. KARINSotCO., lluildert fioin original ileeigni and beet material and wrknunhii Ofllce )4. Third Slieet, Loul.ille, Ky. - atUBHdVofk bhopt, Mintpellier, cimont ana Carrara. Italy. LongettlenceJ origual ileilgn'; aatiifaction go guaiautced s Terrible. Ileeord. A Fronch TO THE .LADIES. I I T JONKS, m.R. w n in which a haughty functionary received am ready toicve you In Mrri Maalug in any the what in tho vernacular of rustle Amer- and all tW. I lake what bfitfuhlon Journa'a ladlca thouKI vcar. and keed polled on l'ricn teaaonablo Come id aud give me a trial. ica would lw called n "neat I employ none but firl clan help " This haughty person was n Ktapcctlully, .MISJM4KY I). SMITH, Slanfuid, Ky. & jj'tm member of the chamber of deputies aud much given to long speeches. Ono dnyhe found another doputy conKy. versing in tlio lobby with a man whose Sole pre pnetora Dean's lllaek Dlairoed Koo Taint Utllmaira fi.tiii.iied for pilmlug VNootl, face seemed familiar to him, but whom Meialandlmn Kooft atUUctian Ouatanleod. ho could not remember. Ho fancied tho ....Dealeii n ....., All loola painted with Deali'a lllaek Diamond I'alnt guaianlecd fur yeart Ilealera In bet ci. man must bo an intruding journalist. tefn I'umpt and Calvamnd Iron riltirt. "Pardon mo," ho said to tho other man, "but whom havo wo here';" "Allow mo to Inlroduco to Ky. HOUSE tho deputy, "tho man who has writton moro falsehoods and stupidities K. U. KIL.KY..Iroprletor, than any other man living." A London, - - - Kentucky. "Indeed!" said tho groat man. "Thou was correct that ho is my supposition Ml Mrore will arrlr" lletober ll, with everycome-up-panc- journal elates an incident 1 detue In call your atuulkon to the fact that I JONES BROS,, Stanford, Tin Sheet Iron Works, J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, All Zinds of Coal, 4-- mE RILEY Trent Sci The I.adics. journalist.'" "Not at nil. Ho is the ofiloinl stenographer of tho chanilHir 1" Youth's Comn thing that It new and nubby la the way of panion. No llnpplncHi In I Why don't yon work, my son? If you only know how niuoh happiness work bring-- , you would begin at Fathor once. Son ll. buy Pleaie call and examine my Thanking inc Mypiicci thall be (be lowet . you for pa.t favora, reprl fully, KATK lll'UDKKAK, ManaKrr. lLX XjIiaSTElaK'"- itotk bfir MISS LOU ELIIOTT, Ihavc moved to my new Hotel and are Uttr .icpaied than ever to accommodata ihe public. -- Jood Livery attached aad every coovenieoc df .lied, ISlvc me a call. TKANK K1I.KY. T D. S. Haa CAKPENTEH, in At the well. known old Hand ol J. II. Otcen Father, I am trying to load n life of self denial iu which liappine-.- s outs no figure Do not tempt 1119. Detroit Froo Press. Cerlnlii Kcinctly. "I wish, " said Mr?. Corntosol, "thot they wus somo way ter keop ptoplo from talkiu about yo behind yer back." A TRAINED ITTTJISE, STANFORD, KY. '(I. O. HOX tei.) HitrKKKM Dra. 1 Hustonvillo, juil received - a Kontucky. beautiful line of alley, T.yioii and Car- Surreys, Phaetons, (Buggies, &c. Furniture and Stoves. Genuine Oliver Clulleu I'lawi Step In and ire) a nice line . f Kinking Chant and furmiui. Move. ( heaper ll an ever before. I.l eery Stalle and lllaiktmllh .Shop For Kent. penter. II TO My Hex V "They i," replied hor huslmud. "What?" "Run for office. Thon they'll talk about yo ter yer face." Washington TEE LADIES bt.rjfifd.Kv. 1 y A ConcreniiHn's Itrlde. Star. Tho brilliantyoung Virginia congressman, Hon. Claudo A. Swanson, took ef Millne-i- and Nttloaa ii kept complete by wiekly rwrhaici and jou can alwava fiad what )ou waut I lime ou to call andlniftci MISSMCCIF F.AZI.r.Y Tho Myers Houso, , V. V OltKF.N. rreprletot. : : : Stanford, Kontucky. unto himself a wife a fow weeks ago in tho person of Miss Elizabeth Deano Lyons of Richmond, thus uniting two prominent families of tho Old Dominion. Tho brido is tho eldest of tho threo daughters of tho lato Dr. Peter Lyons of Richmond, whoso father, lion. James ji VKrrirz--c-&x? Ivory 6oap) MT FLOATS' BEST FOR 5H1RT5. TMS DR, "W. B. PENNY, J)cnt!st, Stan lord, Ky, Office on Main Street, I am (till running thli Hotel aad will continue l give my gtiiitihe polneit alien- well ai the bett the market atfwrdi. at Special Attention to tho Traveling Public. Oppcu.te the I FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. V We' jSv FiMfcXASrSAND PARLOR OARS. ONLY LISE - FROM LOUISVILLE RUNNING DINING - CARS. k. ii ha con, d. p. a., f.j heed.g. p.a Chicago, III Louisville, Ky. write; to St. Paul. .IF VOU ARE GOING R Denver. - JffOHTE..THE W33ST, . MS. CLAUDE A. SWA.SSOi:. Lyons, was ono of tho most prominont men of his day in tho state. Her mother was iliss Addio Deano, daughter of Dr. F. II. Deano of tho samo city and of Captain Thomas II. Drowof Washington's Lifo Guard, who iu 1782, wearing his continental uniform, espoused Ann Randolph Harrison, uieco of Benjamin Harrison and first cousin of Thomas Jefferson. Jlrs. Lyons has talcon for tho winter in Washington a Inrgo, pleasant houso on N street, which was ocoupied by Secretary Lamar during tho first Cleveland administration, and hero the wedding, ono of tho prettiest affairs of the season, took place. Tho bride, a tall, graceful girl, with roso leaf complexion, bluo eyes and abundant wavy, golden brown hair, looked lovely in a white satin trained gown with bodico of crushed crape. A superb bertha of dnchos laco, tho gift of friends in Germany, was caught with n pearl pin, and a diamond star fastened tho long tul.o veil. JJoth ornaments aro heirlooms and have been worn by many brides of tho family. Besides being comely to look upon .Mrs. Swanson is highly accomplished, a clover artist, especially in figure painting, and charming in conversation. Sho has spc.t two or threo wiuteis herewith hor mother and sisters and will bo warmly welcomed back by robidcut aud official society. Washington. m )iisfe wmwm vj &--i 9 I Capital Stock- Surplus TO Ihatthial. S200.000 21,300 SEffOfflLeEAB ( Superb Vestibuled Trains er PHOOTER L QAMBLC CO- - CIN-- To Lexington, Chattanooga, lllrnilngliam, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon and Jack FROM CINCINNATI Attention of the public ii invited to the fac tlm only National Hank In Slanlord Under the provialont of the National Hank Act depositors are tecuied not only by the capital itock, but by the stockholders liability lor aa amount equal to the itock, to that drpotituri ol hit inttitution art tecuied by a fund of $400,000. Five tworn ttrtcmcutt of theconditloii of the bank art made each yearto the United SUtei government and arc eiamincd at ttated timsa by goverumcut agents, thus addimona nd perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established si tht Deposit Hank of Stanford la iBjl, then lied at the National Hank of Stanford in iSoj and as the First National llaak ol tgaiu slanlord in ibSi, has had practically an uninterrupted rustenceof is years Ills better supplied oow with tacilnies for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before In its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms aud Individuals respectfully solic-te- d litaett In I Poor aonvllle. Throujjh Sleeping Car (o lllrmlngliam, Albany, K'notville, Athev Hie, Jackson, Vlcksburg and Shreveport. Through Touriit Sleeper, Cincinnati to l.os Angeles and 5a n Pranclaco every Thursday. Direct Route to the 5outliwc.it via New Oilcans or iu Shrcveport. 3 DAILY TRAINS TO CHATTANOOQA Send fur Literature and Time Tables. The Directory ol this Hank 11 composed 01 Korettut Koid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J II. Collier, Lincoln j J. W. Haydc-n- Stanlordj S.ll llaughman, Lincoln; J.ti. llocker. Stanford; V. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Kliuure, Stanford; T. 1'. Hill, Slanlord. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; , means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected. Don't play with Nature's greatest gift health. Health liORFOIJC BA.LROAD. JLSXtXLSliX.G OHIO. liDlflWA. S. Hockor, I'residcut; M.J.MUUr.Mt. Vernoa-- J John J, MoKobertt, Cashier; A. A. McKinnwr. Assistant Caahler. TERN all ISJ-IHOiS, farmers Bank&Trasl Paid up Capital of Surplus, . Co UK STANFORD, KY., It new fully.otganiied aud ready ler business with $200,000. -- v POINTS: 000. Brown's Juliette M. BAnniTT. Iron IX IT 81: AT KUS. otlior muff i.f viiui.iii .as plaited iu three deep plait :;.d hu::g baglike. Thtiro wero a kaot a:id do our at o;;e!i 4. NA8HVII It R. R. LOUISVILLC ono of tho upper end, r.:;d lying carolers-l. over tho lop was auoii.-a- ' littlo aniIt the line for you, at Ha mal which looked innm liko a hairy lamprey thi:n liko nnv iiiiiiiiuiod sii.uo animals w n flitshiflt-dMik cloie connections at I sealLi.i.i LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI skin.omitted ioititiiiHii) alwi.iu ut of brim It lnii a nuubim for all points. For lllli '.wul.uvti bovvnoiio.i,i,niij,ailil coilvd THH'Ur.H TICKETS SOLD. TllROUGr around t!- ciovn, wliiih mik con.spitu-oil- s UAUOAUE CHECKED by in i.l 1! to, ilur. For anv Information e "quire of mother at JOES. HICK. Agent. . ... thoso siakv 1. l.Jug "lioistic, " as they aunioru, tij n, aro callod '11 IJngiaud. On tho left sidu ' A 1I.OUOW.V Tmv Pan. Agent, Junction City, Ky ' thero was a fancy feather ornament of y Double Daily Tralnr? , ; -- nursery is a wall panel of bluo linen mado 18 inches wido nnd yards long. Tako a Mother Gooso book, illustrated in colors, cutout thoju'etures and Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver pasta thorn on tho linen panel, making Neuralgia, Troubles, as regular and artistic an arrangement 'Constipation, Bad Blood as possible Tho pictures should bo cut Malaria, Nervous ailments iu squares, and when transferred to tho Women's complaints. linen should bo bordered with gilt paint, Get only the ircnuinc ll hat crossed red ns if framed. An irregular bonier of lines 0:1 the wrapper. All others are sub- tho samo is painted all around tho edge stilutes. On recelitt of tuoic l.imtii e will send set of lefi Beautiful World's' of tho linen panel, which is fastene l. . a....,-- itlta UUU..a, . ,a...P VI. .at... ...,.l !...!. with brass headed tacks to a gilded cur- X BROWN CHEM ?AL CO. DU.TIMORE, UD. tain rod cut tho required length. ILiSvvAviVUA'tiA.AVAc.l.( How to Mnho a Nursery Wall Pant I. Avery pretty bit of decoration for tho Bitters tttth, incriiciiie.wliichis llroun'a Iron HiA few bottles cure benefit comes from the erv first dose it luoit't stain your tters. hausted, nervous, have no appetite and can't work, begin at once talcing the most reliable strengthening It you are feeling out of sorts, weak exand WISCOWSJM," SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIOVA1 HA.N'K Oi S1AMOKU, Nowcloamg up) with Ihe tamt atatltaud under th tainu luauagtiincnt, . llV Dinvilinm f .1 lillly protected as aia depotiturt 111 National Uanks, iu shareholders being held Individuals 7. .. liaole to thi. -- .t.n. ,, ,, Muiuuui ". stock therein at the par value thertol, iu ui iiieir to tht additiou amount invested in ttich sharet. It mnv acta. m.SSOURI, KAHSAS, K IE F3RASK COLOnADO. ftKKKSflS, CALiFOKrJlii. ; l..t.a.... vt -". pleasant and it's to take. FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. , ?.....' ve will 71 the ?..if '""K'".' he'c Lincoln National ,enJ"0"r many thanks and ' an individual. To those who entrusted their "' "c" Iu" buisinets to " M us Hank ol l.i It Cures THE REST ROUTE TO THE continue to transact their businoai guarantee for attea-o- u .1' "e,inC to samo, our twenty years' prou.,1 experience ia tTBa"ld" liberal sound banking. NORTH AND EiiST. HUMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, SLEEFINO AMD OII.II.P Cflfli SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE 30RFOLK3t-WESTERN oihictoiis: J J. Willlamt, Mt. Veruou; . H. Shaukt, Stanfonl; J.S.Owsley, Statifcrd; S J. Eintry, Stanford; RAILROAI Time-Tnblp- e, J. U CHEAPEST, DCSTaNO QUICKEST LINE. 1 r; nctcrlptlv Wrlto for Ilntcs, .Mnjw, uinplilotx, touny Stution Agent, or to W. B. PCVILL, ALLEN HULL, a'l UOA.MJSE, III., r.enj.p .III. M. T. BRAOO. b. 11. J. F. Cam, Stanlurd. William Cooch, Slanlord; A. V. Carpenter, Mlllcdgovillt.K ... W. H Cllinilllfia- 11 tntiiersvill banks, President I Owsley, fatanlord; Travrll.irraw.Af ltOA.M)KK,TA. Dr. J. JJ. X. tULtUlllNU. twsJty, Csshier, NY. JLUrijht, feller