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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895011801 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. . Ht r Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXII. Bobbllts Speech Tor Henry Washington, of Color. Mr. li. X. KoRram, of Pinnvlllt, !b To the Kdltgr ol the Interior Journal. horo visitliiK hia frtther'n family. PiNKVtu.K, Jan. IH, 1803, -- When this Serviced nro beliis oll ovory iiikIiI case was called I ami two other lawyers this wetik at tlio ConKrt'Kntionnl church. were appointed by tho court to defend Mancheuter la to hnvu a nowapapur, for Henry. After consultation tho other Ool. V. S. Hortou, tflio id now running two lawyers said: "Let us confess aud can bo done for the Labor Advocate, at I'ipimrit View, Is ask for mercy-noth- ing Holng there to tako clmrKO of It. Tim the old man." I 8aid "0 i! no, when a citizens have promised to help him In case is so despcrato that nothing can bo slid for a defendant by other attorneys I this enterpriau. OrtifiK to tho recont snow and rniu generally ncipiit or hang the jury. Then thorn has been n tidu in tho (JuinbHilrwid said they, "You can arguo tho case if you and our miw mills havo nocured logs want to Wo can say nothing for him.' Gentlemen of tho Jury: -- Formerly the enough to rIvo thorn Homuthitu near a year's ruh. This will i;1vh employment penally for while and blnck people interto several hundred men aud help busi- marrying was a flue ornot less than 1500 nor more than $1,000, but as we approach ness considerably in our town. negro equality, the hno grows lees. Tib Last Saturday night Mike Hills idiot nod wounded John V. McCarty at Jelll-c- now not less than J50 nor more than Tenn., from which McCarty died $100. I suppose the penalty will finally Monday morning. The shooting occur- be eliminated from tho statuto book, and red near the State line, but we havo not If n inin wants to marry a dusky maid, lornied tho particulars. Hills surrender hn can do so without incurring Any punoil and his examining trial took place ishment. The object of this law, gentleWednesday. Mr. McUarty was buried men of the jury, was to prevent misce Here Tuesday evening, lie was a broth genation, and filling up thuState of Kenor of Mr. Will L. McOarty, of Lincoln tucky with mulattocfl and mongrels. Tho old man may havo violated tho letter of county. Our town was considerably stirred up tho law, but not tho spirit and reason of list week over tho scarlet fever. There it. He has been married three years aud were a few very light cases and Miss no mulatloes at hia homo yet aud no AnuleStrnuk died Friday morning with prospect of any. Tho object of tho law, it, combined with other ttiro.it trouble. aa I before said, was to prevent tho mixAll the other cases are well and our phys ing of the races to prevent tho mixing race -- it race Iclans npprohond no further trouble. of the proud Mlw Struuk wns a very highly respected that has ever led tho way In tho arts, tho young lady, who had Iwn nttendlng sciences, civilizition, government, Hnd WILIIAMSBURCJWHITLEY COUNTY. o, Ani-loStxo- Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRLDAY. JANUARY Romo In Politics. fTothe Editor ofThe Interior Journal. LouifrriLLK, Jan. 15, Let'me call your attention to n serious and rapidly growing evil, tho enormous extent of which may havo partly or wholly escaped your notice. I refer to Romo in politics. Tho Biildct, I nm awnro, is by no means now to you, and while I realize tho presumption of a man In my hutnblo calling iu bringing such a matter to your intelligent notice, yet the very fact that tho great mass of people have quietly slumbered While Rome has bneu busy undermining our liberty, leads mo to believe that perhaps you and others who lead OF A LOCAL -- V-p- r h NO. 90 18, 1895. SECURITY. -- NATURE. FIRE. A Policy With- - INDEMNITY. Congressman Adams has recommended for appointment to West Point, Albert N. McCluro, of Casoy connty.with Frank M. Oooley, of Whitley county, al- ternate. Mr. Josh Jonea baa received information of the death of Co). James of St. Joseph, Mo. Col. Dysart formerly lived in this county and was a of Mr. Jones. The vacancy created by the resignation of Mrs. Marsteller, bb deputy collector in tho office of Collector Rhodes, lino been filled by tho promotion of Wm. II. Miller, lately general storekeeper ganger. Tho Advocate aaya that William L. Rsld, ono of the wealthiest citizens of this place died at Orlando, Fla., early Wednesday morning of Bright's disease. He went South several weeks ago for the benefit of his health. He was 70 years Dy-aart, rel-atlvo Kirby , The Insurance Man, Means a Prompt and Satisfactory Settlement. None but the Best of Companies Represented. You should See Him. ACCIDENT. LIFE. .THE - TORNADO. V years. A mem here fir her of the Ohriitiau ohuruh aud a faithful worker with a bright proipcct bef-irher. She was buried in the cemetery Friday afternoon. A lie is going the rounds in the novm papers that Williamsburg bus converted two of her churches Into beer factories nnd will convert another one into a bear hall soon. It is scarcely worth while to deny this report In Kentucky for wo are too woll known as being one of tho few towns tlut enforce local option and keep blind tigers out entirely. We would like to have a picture of til" man who could tell such a willfully mtliuious falsehood, for it cortninly would command a good price in a museum. Circuit court is In spgtdon here thin week with Judgo Morrow pn siding and dispatching busineas in tho ubual rapid in miner in which ho disposes of it Tho moat of Monday and Tuesday was Bpent in trying misdemeanor cases. The cues of Smith and Evoraolo moved here from Perry county, have been continued by the State. Tho caso of Bowman and Jones for the murder of Keeder from Knox county was sot for Thursday and no doubt most of tho tinw will be consumed with tho criminal business Judges Alcorn and lhyd aro among tho vUillug attorneys, with also Messrs French, of Winchester, Hays, of Har bourvllle.and E coracle, of London. Hchool auv-erio cor-ttiul- y religion and whose military tread has shaken every continent upon tho globe, with an inferior race, the negro race That old negro mau has not intentionally violated tho laws of his country. Look at that Bible brow; honesty exudes from the very pores of his skin, has written upon that dusky brow, in ll iintng capitals, honesty. And novcr writes an eliglblo hand, whether ho writes upon the puro while Oaucasion marble or an African blackboard. Tlie Oommon wealth. of Kentucky is oitopped from fining this old man for marrying that woman, who now sits by his side. Tho Commonwealth of Kentucky by hor. Hworn olliciir. her countv e'erk, acting under bond and acting unit ir oath, granted that old nun license to marry that woman aud took his $2 for granting tho liconso. Now she has no right to line him for doing that hIio authorized him to do, and keep his money. Gentlemen of the fury, she is not a white woman any how. Sue is an Indian. Look at that piercing black eye! Don't you boo tho gleaming of tho touiahawki and the glint of the scalping knife there? I will bet now that under that wide mountain shawl stio has an oagle's claw for a breast-pi- n and n papoose in hor wigwuml Laughter nnd mutlled applause aud Henry and hia wife loft the o rejoicing. God-Almigh- ty God-Almigh- ty and teach have been taking n nap with only one eyo open. If so, know that the time has como when tho people demand tint j on shall awake and tell us tho truth, tho whole truth and nothing but tho truth, and more, that you shall tell it all. Do not shut your eyes, nor ati IN THE NIGHT tempt to shut ours, to tho infamous fact, of age. Mr. Reid wns tho father of Mrs. B. Are constantly unloading their cargo at our docks. They leave noth-inthat our last domocratic Congress gave to but the tho great whoro of all nations $100,000, Ohancolor, of this county, and a fine old to prop.igto her hellish Infamy, in this gentleman. Wodnesday morning, Len Hudson, great homo of the brave aud land of tho free. I will not insult vour intelligence living six miles from Danville, lost ono of by referring to Ritniah history or herj his flno barns and everything Jin it by present policy towards our( fire. Tho loss is about f 12,000, with insurance. The barn contained free institutions, tho very life of which, is our freo schools. worth of tobacco, $2,500 worth of Do not tell in hs her priests aro doing hmp seed that had been Bold at f per And at prices you can't grumble at. The last ship brought the fol-- 1 aud would have us believe, that Roman bushel, five brood mares in foal to trotjwing: Catholicism is harming in this country, ting stallions, worth $1,500; CO Bheep, a m well toll in to spire a youny half lirge number of hogs, stock, feed, etc. grown rattlosnako, until it gets older The bun cost $3,000. and stronger before we destroy it. Tho At Butte, Mont., fire broke out in a rattler does not improve with ago. Neithhardware store in which giant powder er does Rime. It is her boast that alio was stored. The fire department was at New cottons, new sheetings, new white counterpanes, new rugs, new is unchangeable. And so is the work on tho firo when tho explosion mattings, new carpets, We judgo them both by their 40 rugs at new prices. You cry hard time?, history and unchangeable nature. We took place, killing a number of people. we cry soft prices. We realize the fact that many merchants have havo met the reptile; what Bhall we do While efforts were being made to remove quit buying and that is just why we keep our stock full all the time. tho dead and wounded a second explowith it? sion occured. The entire fire departiSrSce our 5c Ginghams. "ttX The great djmocMtic party has boon nursing it for years. What has happen ment was wiped out, including the chief ed to tho democratic press? Is it too Btu-- , a id all the horses. At last accounts 51 8 pid to know, or too dishonest to tell us? bodies had been taken from tho ruins What has happened is going to happen aud it is feared there aro almost aa maagain In 1890? If yon dou't b.'lieve it ny inoro in the debris. Tne property join the procession and watch the smoko. loss is over n million. Silas K. Ratciffe, a soldier of the war Respectfully your friend for A P. A. of lS12,"died at Hazel Green a few days 8. W. Pettwonk. ago. The Herald Btates that he lacked two daya of being 102 years and bIx HUBBLE. months old, having been born in July We are now to be found in our new quarters opposite the Court-Hous- e Hog cholera is raging in this com1702. He came from Virginia when this and shall make some prices for our customers in order to close munity again. i State was a comparative wilderness. Dix River is higher than it has been our winter stock that will astonish all. Some one has said that the secret of for some years. auccess, if one ia a woman, ia to let no A number of young lambs have been man know how much. one likes him, lost arouud hero during the very cold Bnd no woman know how much one weather. Ships That Pass h well-know- n $4,-0- 00 $2,-0- 00 Newest Styles and The Best Goods. 1 New Calicoes, Ginghams, Penang, rattle-anak- e. SffiJVEH&ANClK & 8 gK ! i GREAT CLEARANCE SALE dit-llk- ea court-hous- h'urtMi Pit in BRODHEAD ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Mr. W. K. Perkins, of Grab Orchard, cams down last Friday, accompanied by his little daughter, Misi Mattie. Mrs. Martha Albright left Saturday to visit friend, in Grab Orchard and Stanford. Mrs. Nannie- Dunn, of Uryantaville, has ben visiting Mrs. J. O. Frith and rela Uvea. She was accompanied by Master Ora Frith, who has been spending the winter with his aunt at Bryautsville. Mr J. F. Uogers, who has been working o nights at this ollho for a few weekB, was sent to the Sinks, Tuesday, and Mr. W" II. Pettus, of lirumfleld, takes his place Mr. J. II. Albright, of Brodhead, wishes tne to say to the readers of the Lstkhioh Jouiinai., of this county, that he has bsen sworn in ns deputy county court clerk under M. G. Miller. Mrs. Susie Cherry is tho proud pos BBBSor of two valuable pups, a Newfoundland and St. Bernard, presented by hor cpusin, James I'. Hamilton, tho poppoitmnstor of Lanular and caster, Tho St. Bernard has quite a his tory, being ono of tho live rescued by its mother, Bess, from tho cellar of tho Miller Hotel recently burned at Lancaster. It is said that shortly nfter the alarm was sounded and as soon as tho doors were opened, n dog was seen bounding into tho open air, dashing through smoko witu a puppy in hor mouth. and proved to bo Bess. Reaching a plsco It of safety she deposited the canine baby and rushed back into the hotel. She continued to perform this mission until she hud succeeded in Bnving five of her family, and when no longer ablo to return and rescue tho rest, seemed brokenhearted at her loss. This looks more Hko human sense than ilo? sense. well-known Tho Kentucky wonian lias not her like on the face of the globo. Journey through the Bluegracs country and a plain girl is the exception; an ugly olo impossible. There is something in the blue of the grass that makes blue in the blood; something in the limestono water that vitalizes and beautitles all physical life. Look at the horses. Look at tho horsemen. But the women; there isn't a that can't produce a woman, who if she should step thenco upon a throne, wouldn't stand there, or sit there, as though she were born to it. They are quite as as as the men; though after n diu"erent pattern. They have beauty nnd health. Thov have charm. I'tiey have style. They have quick perceptions, and they catch the tldeting fashion of the time they dress well walk well rido well nnd if you think they were not born to reign as woll aa to Bhino marry one of them! Henry Watterson. farm-house nt , m m m Insuranco that Insures. John II. Knuiv, Agent, City. Dear Sir: PJeaBO accept my thanks for your prompt and satisfactory settlement of my loss which occurred en the 7th itist. I tako pleasure iu commending you and your Companies to tho people of Lincoln couuty. Yours truly, J. K. VanAusdalk. Stanford, Ky., Jan. 1G, 1S95. h.ti Haby a hiclc, wo gave her CastorK Wlum b!io was a Child, tho cried (or Castorta. w'lu-wio became Jtlss, she clung to Castor), ftlien hhe had Children, she gne thm Outoria. Al. G. Fields' Mouareh Minstrels i.t Danville Opera House, Monday, Jan. 1. Forty people, includiug Larry Donuullyi E. M. Hall, Al. G. Fields, Lawrence Diamond, Hurry M. Howard, tho fa.nous show signs my soon now and Martiuotte family, Ac., &c. Grand spec- of croup asgive itas any of and childreu the last ol I tu them that is tacular production of "Aladin Georgeous It." bottles 35 and Costumes, beautiful scenic und calcium Hurler, dr50 cent Stanford. for site by Dr. S. O. jggitt, etrectB. Price? 50c, 75c and $1. Seata at Mr. Ira I', W(tmor n prominent r'al Logan Denny's drug store. man, San Angelo, Texas, hat used Cnamlierlain's . Colic, Chulera ut.u Du.ruuu Kerned) u hit im-- 1 fiit several years as occasion reiinired, and al As a man grows older his head is ways with perfect buclcks. lie says: "I find 11 a said to get smaller. It is when a young perfect cure lor our baby when troubled with colic that or dysentery. not man Is about 18 or 10 years old that he complete without now ftel of this my outfit atUhome a bottle Keraedy or on a trip awavlroiu home.'' is moot troubled with the big head." For sale by Dr. S. G. llocker, drui;bt,Stan-lord- , Rockland Tribune. -1 te Once upon a time some Wheat undulated in the Wind. "You aro not as dear bs you were once," remarked the Wind. "Ob," rejoined tho Wheat, "I can still command a dollar a bushel, but I have Mr. John G. Carlisle's Kentucky Cook to make a hog of myself to do it." Book. The Queen & Crescent Routo of- This fable teaches, among other things, fers its patrous a rart chance to secure that diversified farming is the thing after al a low price that handsome publicaroit Tribune. tion. It is u complication of new reMr. W. A. Tribble, tho handsome nnd ceipts never before published. A book barrister, has of 250 pages, containing a careful selec- rising young Slauford tion of practical cookery suggestions to dropped into poetry. How ia this for every housewife iu tho land. Au editi-tio- u his first eflort? A aleigh ride to my girl I gave, de luxe printed on heavy enameled And ns the horses llw, paper und bound iu white vellum, with 1 could not help hut think how fact chrysanthemum design on cover iu five My cash was living, too. colors with gold, and iu every way u Oh, what a fickle, changin' thing most elaborate specimen of artistic This winter weather is! Mrs. Carlisle has been assistIt blew, au' aniyv, an' then it thew, ed In this collection by Mrs. Grover An' now, by jing, it's friz, Cleveland, Mrs. Walter (. Grealiam, Mrs. General Crooke, Mrs. W. A. DudWisconsin Central Lines. ley, uud other houaekeekers of equal Through line from Chicago to St. Pau note. Tho retail pnuo is $2.50, but wo tiiid Minneapolis, making close connecwill send it to any uddrea postpaid, on tion (no transfer) with lines running to receipt of 75 contd. Don't miss tho op- all points in Minnesota, North aud South portunity. W. O. Rinearaon, G, P. A. Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, CaliCincinnati, O. fornia, and Pacific Coast points. The diAny one ho has children will rejoice with L. rect line to all points in Eastern, Middle, II. MulfotJ.ol Pltlnvilr. N. J. Ills little boy Northern and Western Wisconsin, five years ot iu;e, was sick with croup. Kor two Duluth and all Lake Superior davs Hint nights he tried various remedies iccom mended bv liiciiJ. lul neighbors, lie savs: "I sure I thought suro would losu In in I poiuts. Double daily through train serthought vice with equipment. For full had tern Chamberlain's C'oiih Remedy advertised andthought I would try it as a last hope particulars address nuy ticket egent in say that alter two doioi he s.e.n jm hapiiy to until morning. I tnvo it to him next day and u the United States or J. C. Pond, general cure was eflccted. I keopthis remediuliie house paebonger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. all."-Dethook-makin- Miss Mattio White has returned home from an extensive visit among friends near Louisville. Wm. Adams delivered 42 geese hero last week that nvornged 10 pounds. Ho claims that they produced 10 pounds of feathers at a picking. Next Sunday is Bro. Arnold's dy at McKendree church and it is to be honed that wo will have one good Sunday .or an to get out after so many bad' ones. Bon Naylor, a boy living at Luther Underwood's, got hurt seriously Men-daWhile carrying a log of wood he fell down and the supposition is that tho log fell on his head, as he was unconscious when found. Dr. Cook was sent for and he thinks that unless ho is bruis-o- l inwardly he will recover. -y. will be sold for $7.50 and Tho Mint Register saya that there That were worth $15 will be sold for $$. Misses Cloaks that were $$ were 10,570 silver dollars coined in 1804. They are now worth 1,000 each. for $2.50 and $3. Our Mens' Winter 1 or. those that were $10 and $6 will be sold ' Below aro tho nine longest words in tho English language Ht the present writing: Subconstitutionalist. Incomprehensibility. Must and shall be reduced if prices will do it. Our Boots will be Philoprogenitivenpa?. greatly reduced in order to close. Our Bleached and Brown Cottons Honorflicbilitudinity. Authropophagenarian. will be sold at unheard of prices. Our Dress Goods have been markDisproportionableness. ed down at least 33 per cent. Our Men's, Women's, Misses' and Velocipedeatrianistlcal. Children's Transaubstintiationableness. Proantitransubstantiationist. CXOTHIXSTG ! Are always in splendid shape and at lower prices than can be found. Our White Goods and Embroidery stock is in good shape for the Spring trade. Call and see us in our new quarters. HUGHES & TATE. Farris & Hardin Dealers in g. Chinaware, Glassware, Onyx Tables, Lamps, Water Sets, f CANDIES, NUTS AND FRUITS They b( at the world. The St. Asaph Hotel, Which is under their management, is headquarters for the traveling public and is one of the best hotels in the State. ,For six months we have tried. - m . Ash-hfu- d, first-cla- ss m 1 For a quarter ot a century Dr. Kind's New Discovery has been tested and the millions who have received benefit from its use testily to Its wonderful curative powers in all diseases of the Throat, Ct'C't fid I.ungs. A remedy that has stood tho test so long ana that has given so universal li no i.x.ument. Each bottle is positively guaranteed toyivc relief or the money will be reiunded. It U admitted to be the most reliable for Coughs aud Colds. 1 rial bottles free at A. It. Penny's drug store. Large size joe aud$t. satis-Uni- A Quarter Oontury Tost. f m . THE CASH SYSTEM, And find it a success, and every one realizes the advantages and economy of a strictly Cash System. Live more economical, buy goods cheaper, pay YOU Your account as you go, are not annoyed with A collector and do not dread to see January 1st; WHILE Sst the prices, sell cheaper than the cheapest, save you money and carry a full line of Hardware, Fancy and Staple Groceries, Vulcan Plows, Tinware, v Majestic Ranges, Arizona Stoves, Salt, Lime, Cement. Heating Stoves. Examine our Prices." WE Sho -- And what would ycu bo now if it weren't for my money? Ho A bachelor. Mr. Fred Miller ot Irving, 111. writes that he m had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, KorrhcumaO.cn I have found nothing U with severe pains iu his back and also that his Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo. Chamberlain1' Pain Halm. It rcleives the pain sa bladder was aUectetl. He tried many S3 called The best salve in the world for cuti, bruises, soon as applied. J. W, Young, West Liberty. X IdueX cures but without any good result. About lores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapV. Va. The p.ompt relief ll afford is iiloue a year uko he began use ol Klectllo Hitters and ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. worth many times tne cost, jo cents. Its contin- found relief at once. Electric Hitters Is especially It positively cures piles, or no pay rcpuired. It is ued use will ctfectu poriuaneut enre. adapted to cure ot all Kidney and Liver troubles guaranteed to give pertect satisfaction or money For sale by Dr. S. it. ttoclcr, druggist, Stan-fol- and olteu gives almost instant relief. One trial cents per; box. For sale by refunded. Price will prove our statement. Price only 50c. lor A K. l'euny, Stanford, Ky. arge bottlei At A. R Peuny's Drug Store. It May Do aa Much for You iiul d. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. rij jl ri" WLUmj '"W M oygpW PW"JWHM'P "i jmiu M.LpipiH mw.i lJj-gl- U jpi jui J Interior Journal Stanford, Ky., January 18, 1895 W. P. WALTON. Mm. Ben Hardin Helm, who has been postmaster at KlUibetlitown alnco her nephew, Robert Lincoln, son of the prfa idont, then secretary of war under Garfield, secured it for her, has at last had to walk the plank to make room for a man, who has a vote. There were no charges against Mrs. llelm only that she was a woman, God Wees her kind, and that she had had the oifice long enough. Her husband was tho gallant commander of the famous Orphan Brigade, who was killed at the battle of Chickamauga, nnd she is the younger sister of Mrs. Abraham Lincoln. She has held the office through three administrations without a charge of irregularity against her, and has made a model official, but she can not vote and help the politicians, so ehe must go. The appointee is Mr. F. W. Joplin, who doubtless is n very good man, but as Senator Blackburn remarked on hearing of it, "thero is a great deal of difference between a presidential nomination and an appointment." of Tuesday broke Tns Courier-Journa- l all its past records for push and enterprise by issuing a 48 page paper, or 384 columns of 22 inches each, devoted to the women, men, horses, whisky and tobacco for which old Kentucky is noted the world over. Kich of theso subjects was treated excellently and comprehensively, Mr. Watterson himself discuss-iatho first two in his most charming manner. Tho paper is a valuable one for present use and future reference and should be read aud laid aeido by every Kentuckian for that purpose. With Mr. Bruce Haldeman to plan and the unlimited facilities with which his grand old father, Mr. W. X. Haldeman, keeps the Courier-Journsupplied, no surprise that it has long been tho pride of the 8tate and the wonder of the nation. g al tho republican Legislature of Indiana passed a bill authorizing the secmtary of tho body to put n motion when tho presiding oillcer'a rulings were to prevent or delay a vote. Gov. Noyes is not the kind of n man to brook such interferance, so when a Senator proposed to try tho matter, ho advised him to disist. andhodisisted through abundance of caution. Tho law biiows to what ex tremes tho republicans will go, when thoy have tho power and is a reckless use of might that is Bure to prove n boome rang. Senate Si u Cook a lot of 125 pound shoats at Wishing to hnvo everything their killed, and Andrew Welsh and W. J. 3Jc, and ol John Spoonamoro a lot of own way, and tho lieutenant governor, Gilliham fatally shot. pound cattle at 3.35. Atlanta has it now. A committee of who ia a domocrat, being speaker of the Congressman Smiley, 'tho renegade democrat who got ingloriously left at the last election and mado a Bpectaclo of himself tho other day by abusing President Cleveland in particular and the democratic party in general in a Bpeeeh beforo Congrese, which was as vulgar as it was uncalled for, is reaping the notoriety he longed for. Tho dally papers are printing his picture, but the remarks they aro making about him are not very well calculated to swell his head. Mr. Sibley ia nothing more nor lees than "a bass," and a vulgar, braying one at tho Citv Council. In investigation charges ngalnBt tho City Court Clork, has unearth- ed a municipal sensation. West Virginia has a girl hunter whose aim is death to bears. Sho has a record of soven large animals of the bruin family during tho past year. Gov. Brown has appointed Judge L. 0. Linn, of Calloway couuty, to tho cir cuit judgeship made vacant by the elec tion of Judge Graco to tue court oi ap peals. Too Baron and Joe Fito, Georgetown compositors, havo leased tho plant of tho Whitley Couuty Herald at Williams burg and will conduct the paper in the future. A dispatch from the sub treasury at New York to the treasury departm ent reports tho withdrawal of $300,000 in gold. This leaves the gold reaervo at -:Tho farmers havo had a hard llmo with tho iambs that came in tho Bovero spell. Ono lost a doz-jt- ono night aud it was with difficulty ho saved any. I am now agent for Wardor, Bush-no- To kick about the weather. Hotter to take things as they come and & Glessner's Now Champion bind r come to the Louisville Store so as to be bcttcr',preparcd to take it.' my friends to see it beforo thoy and ask and the unjust. Just now there is a fall on buy. W. L. Withers is my agent at The snow Hills on the all winter goods. We simply mean to Stanford. R. D. Bruce, Danville. S. D. Skinner butchered an improved Cheater white sow, 19 months old, that netted 500 pounds, and yielded 185 l, pounds of lard. Ho sold to W. T. of Owen county, a young Chester sow for $25. Georgetown Times. J. O. Johnson haa bought between All winter stuff with prices that have taken a toboggan slide to the 400 and 500 hoga tho past two weeks at Only those who have been here aud seen the unapproachafrom $3.50 to $1. Ho says he shipped bottom. them to Cincinnati and lost money on ble bargains we are offering, know of the big reduction we have made thein-- as traders alwaya do. There are to clear our stock. We are determined to make this very few hoga left in this region. dvocate. i il "SIOW jut - USE" Roth-wel- CLOSE OUT! -A- that. Times must be easy in Franco when a man can throw un a $240,000 a year job, for so like President Casemer-Pene- r, a cause. We'll bet all tho money slight in our inside pocket that i'ener is not a republican. Certainly not of the kind known on this side of the water, of whom it is said none die and few resign. Ex Senator Ingallb, who hoped to break back into the House of Lords on the return of the republicans to power in Ktinsis, has again realized that poli tics is an iridescent dream. Ho only got one vote for Senator in the Legislative caucus, which has not yet succeeded in making a nomination. A tions. The ministry resigned Monday followed and President Casimer-Peri- er day, giving a reason thero was suit next a bitter fight against the present regime and against public liberties. He had hoped to be free from Buch attacks and that those who had, despite himself, placed him where he was unablo to defend himself, would have accorded him their The Duke of Orleans, pretender to the throne, is said to be hastening sup-supo- Treasurer II. S. Hale way bis determination states in a manly to run for Secretary of State, and refers to hs past record as an earnest of what may bo expected of him in the future. TnosE excitable and iraBible people, Mr. "Hale has made a splendid official the French, are experiencing a crisis that and is well deserving of the Bupport of miy read to a revolution of large proporpeoplo. letter from the State central comBradley for governor to a mittee ia for man, and overybody else, who knows what a wheel horse he is. We predict that there will bo no other name mentioned at the convention and that he will be nominated by acclamation. The republican rt. royalist uprising is imminent. The uation is very critical. TJ. S. Bit Wk editors never do anything bv Look at John R. McLean, of the Cincinnati Enquirer. He gavo $5,000 to the poor the other day, at the same time President Cleveland, who gets $50,000 a year, gave $100. halvep. NEWSY NOTES. tOBtrikeand raised n storm of indignation among the labor unions, will likely be impeached, the House judiciary committee having by a vote of 7 to G decided to report a resolution to that eflect. Since tho famous decision the labor unions have been laying for tho judge and they have at last secured what they claim is irrefutable proof that Judge Kicks UBed his judicial position to force the collection of certain fees to which he was not entitled, but which he claimed to have earned while he was a clerk of tho court. The West Virginia repub'icnns having gotten entire control of the State aro ger rrmanderiug tho Congressional districts with the hope that no democrat can over be elected again. This kind oi a sword, however, sometimes cuta both ways and the invention returns to torment the Cheating works may thrive for season, but no puty eyer loses by hona esty and fairness. The gerrymander is a dangerous weapon, Kentucky democrats now realize with sorrow. Judge Rick?, who decided last Summer that employes of railroads in the hands of U. 8. receivers had no right A contract has been let for the con. plant for Btruction of a water-work- s Hop-kinBvil- The Lexington Leader thinks that H the republicans will agree on some goo'd mm as a nominee for the U. S. Senate, Buch as John W. Yerkes, of Danville, or others, and then put out candidates for the Legislature in every county, thoy can electa majority and wrest the Senator-shifrom the democracy. It advises this p action which will likely be taken, and if it have no other effect, it will make politics exceedingly lively this summer and fall. Republicans like republics continue to prove their ingratitude. "Gas" Addicks, ye gods, what a name to go thundering down the corridors of fame! carried tho State of Delaware for the republicans in November and asked as a reward that he be made U. S. Senator. But in response to an appeal for bread they gavo him a stone. Senator HigiinB was renominated and that is equivalent to election. You are right, Bro. Logan, tho snow is beautiful, but it is a beauty that satiates and cloys like the odor of a tuberose. We have had raoro than enough of it during tho past three weeks, and can comfortably make out the rest of the winter without any more of it Shovel it, scraps it. blow it, melt it away. Tub republicans of the West Virginia the bent of their party and show their dishonesty by unanimously repudiating tho old Virginia debt, a comparatively sunil portion of which had beon assessed to her and which by right she ought to pay. LeKittlature follow - Three ministers have been sentenced to imprisonment at VicKsburg for pension frauds. Senator Wolcott, of Colorado, was and Senator Dolph, of Oregon, was renominated. The democrats of the Texas Legislature have nominated Horace R. Chilton for U. S. Senator. Another effort may be made next week to pass tho Carlisle Currency bill through the House. -- Ulaus Spreckels says the Hawaiian Rnpnblic is a sham and that it is daily growing in disfavor. Lexington wants more revenue, and a movement is under way to have saloon licensps fixed at $1,000. The republican State central committee has practically agreed to fix tho State convention for Juno 3d. ice is common in Indiana. h A young farmer named Kemp was frozen at Toll City. Had been drinking. Robert E. Pattisou, of Penn- slvania, has been nominated by the democrats for mayor of Philadelphia. Thomas J. Beck with, of Elkhart, Ind. killed his wife for going to a church entertainment and then committed suicide. Judge Cantrill has decided that the "good time" made by convicts can not be forfeited by subsequent misbehavior. Winfield Smith has been sentenced to 18 years' imprisonment for the murder of Weston B. Thomas, at IndianapTen-incEx-Gov. his head and split it to the shoulders. Tho Ways aud Means Committee bus decided to mako a favorablo report on Mr. Wilson's'.bill to remove the differential on sugar imported from countries paying an export bounty. Several earthquakes shook Southern Italy and Sicily Saturday. Tho ii habitants of many towns were so frightened that they are erecting huts in the fields, where they inteud to pass the mt of the winter. Tho citizens of Mt. Sterling and Montgomery county held a last niulit and denounced the recent lynching of Thomas Blair and appointed a committe to assist the officers in ascertaining the guilty persons. A serious blow at North Dakota's divorce industry is threatened. A bib" has been introduced in tho lgislatuio to extend the time required to obtaiu a residence to one year. The time re quired now is only three months. Senator Gordon, of Georgia, pointed out recently that even if no appropriation for the collection of tho income tax was made, those whose incomes are tax able under the law would atill owe the tax and would be compelled to pay it. A hunter out in Washington found He kil'ed 20 elks stuck in n snowdrift. bodies there. them all and left their The settlers organized a vigilance com mittee and started after him. He escap ed, but they found hia cabin and burned it. A letter written by Senator Hill to Clark Howell in July, 1893,audin which the Senator declares in favor of the free coinatra of Hilver as well aa of gold, under international agreement if possible, but without if necessary, has been made pubone-tent- h mass-meet-in- $77,031 709. Capt. Ramsey reports that attht'salo A severe and now kind of malcriai in Samoa. It is of Silas Cobb, deceased, near Silvir fever has broken out highly infectious. Natives are dying by Creek, broke mules 15J hands brought 15 hand the score, and its ravages are more terri-bl- o from $150 to $180 per pair, 1 iuiiIgb $100 to $135 a pair, il mules from than internal wars. The opposition of Mr. Caruth and of from $S5 to $100, four two year old imiltB Mr. Hopkins, of Illinois, prevented tho $','5 per head. Jaa. W. Shearer killed this week consideration and passago of tho bill to divide Kentucky into two Federal Court four pigs, which Hveragud '221 pounds. They wero ISO days old and wero fed districts. Good for Caruth. constantly thrown eight bushels of wheat at 50 cents per Congressmen have 70 cents at them tho reminder that they have on- bushel, two cwt. of ahlpstuff at more of othial lifo. They per hundred, and 31 J bushels of corn at ly a few weeks At of $18 aro probably indifferent. Indeed, they 40 rents per bushel, a total thoy wero worth doublo current rales will bo glad whenltho agony is over. Joo Cunningham, of Gadsden, Ala. this sum. Winchester Democrat. ran under a buzz saw to get a base ball. Frcm the French. One of his companions called to him to Woman is more constant in hatred look up, when the revolving saw struck CLEARANCE SALE I The leader o! all previous sales. Hclow we furnish you a pattial 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. Hleachcd and unbleached Cotton. Towels, Napkins, Comforts and Hlankcts, Yarns and Zephyrs. ICE! The hand never tires of writing when tho heart dictates. All tho reasoning of man is not worth one sentiment of woman. Flowers thst come from a loved hand aro moro prized tl on diamonds. Tho pains that excite the least pity in women are those that we Buffer for them. A few gems culled from tho works of Ponson tin Terrall: "Her band uhs cold like that of a serpent " "The Counters wan about to reply wiien a door opened and cloeed her mouth." " 'Ha, lia !' he otdaimed in Portuguese " "The colonel paced backward and forward with his hands behind his back reading tho newspaper." "At this eight tho negro's face grew dreadfully pale." than in love. Urst line of Hoots in the city. All grades of Gents' Shoes from All grades of Dress Goods. La- 60c up. dies' and Gents' Underwear. Ladies' Shoes in all styles with Hosiery of all kinds. Launder cither pointed, French or Mcltr ed and unlaundercd Dress Shirts. tosh toes. Hcst one on earth for Gents' Night Shirts. Hoys' Shirt Si. WaUts. Our stock of Gents' Overcoats Cuffs. Gloves and and Clothing and Ladies' Cloaks is Collars and Mits. Hoods and Fascinators. unsurpassed and they must go for Muffs, Corsets. one third of their value. c LOUISVILLE : STORE, Z5TZ., & CO., STANFOBD, J. H. BAIiliOTT, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, A: URHANSKY Hranch Stores: Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. Proprietois, T. D. RANEY.lManagcr. Stanford, - - Kentucky. 81 Office in Ilrick liuildlrjg near Methodist church, residence with Kid. Joseph lUUou, on Danville Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, 1'ike, until further notice. Big : Four All : Route, AND EAST. HBST LINE TO THE. NORTH connec tions in Ccntul I'nl in Station, Cincinnati, with through traina ot the "Ui( Four" to ChlcfRO, St Louis, Indianipohs, Columbus. Cleveland New York and iioMon. For lull information call on nesrest agent or address lino Irom the South make direct NEW STOCK! Every thing new and the best in every line. Iloturs jour ticket reid vu "llitf Four.' D. II. MARTIN. E. O McCOItMACK, Cm. l'ass. and Tit. Ajt. Pass. Tralhc Mangr Cincinnati, O. M S. IUl OHM IN J. V. IlAI i.HUA Drugs, Books, Stationery. We solicit your trade. Old and New Customers will Receive Prompt Attention and Accurate Service. M.S.&J.W.Baiialiman, rkOIIUET R5- lic. of Monroe county, Va., was stabbed to death by a young man who peieited in paying attentions to his (laughter, the old man attempted to drive him from his house, when the youth put a kuil.- - J. H. Hudson, a prominent citizen - LIVERY, FEED & SALE STAKIJG, Kentucky. Stanford, first-class W. B. MoROBERTS, Hookscllcr and Druggist. olis. A starving Nebraska woman committed suicide while in the throes of childbirth. Her husband soon after cut bis throat. The people of Georgia shipped from Atlanta yesterday 20 cars loaded with provisions and clothing to the Nebraska sufferers. The Kentucky militia is composed of 131 commissioned officer, 228 noncommissioned and 1,338 high privates, a total of 1,007. Two men wero killed and two others wore injured by a boiler explosion at tho 40 inch mill in tho Carnegio Btoel work?, at Homestead. A resolution for an amendment to tho Constitution granting suffrage to women has passed the Idaho Semite without a diesenting vote. Miss Ru8oll, an aeronaut, came down in a nirachute at Jacksonville, Fla. and landed in tho river. Hur life was was barely saved. fijjht at Alton, IP., In a Louia Banker and Samuel Myers ware, bar-room If you nwd livery give ui a call. Nothing but into his heart. turnout) will ltavo our stable, bee us haa terroriz for rates. In our Bandit Bill Cook, who ed the Indian Territory for a year past, HARNESS SHOP incenuously oxnlainB that ho was on hid You will find a good assortment of uncus, Saddle, Ac. Have your repairing done by way to Mexico to reform when he was man, he understands his business. We have a captured. Undo Sam will relieve Mex our mechanic in our ico ol the task of reforming the young BLACKSMITH SHOP. bigand, and will take it with pleasure Will guaranty first class work and satisfactory Near Hawesville, tho towboat Boaz, prices. Try our horse shocr. s'.ruck tho shore and lost 23 of her bargi s I Darkness and a swift current made her helpless and as fast as the loose bargia got turned sideways they would bo cut I will offer for sale at public auction in front of Thurmond A Shelby's down bv the ice and co to tho bottcm Citv at 10 o'clock on Livery Mahlc In Junction like rocks. The estimated loss is $75,000. 29, 1895, During the recent'cold snap William Hundley drove from Bardstown to My Splendid Springfield and died of pneumonia con Farm Containing 77 Acres, traded from exposure during the trip. Fruit it a of Junction The horse which he drovo to Springfield Situated t mile South 1,000 Hughe'sCity ThiaCrab Virginia fino farm. There are perishod from the intense cold, and tho Treea and 300 Teach 'lretson it. Tho mm is in cultivation. horse he drovo on the return trip met a high state of K. W. HANDMAN.Agt., 86 td Junction City, Ky. the same fate. 1 1 llrl-dle- s, TEADE "WITH DANKS, .FINE GOODS, - JEWELER Low Prices, IABM FOB SALE Prompt Attention, Tuesday, Jan'y. FOOT WEAR Of Every Description. FARM AND TRADE .ITEMS. Public Sale of Ss For sale, two fresh cows. H. 1 " Worley, Shelby City. John B. Rout, of the West End, sold On 19, '95, Men's Fine Shoes in Machine and Hand Sewed. Children's to Higgins & McKinney 100 bushels of At 10 o'clock, A. M , sharp, t will sell at public Shoes. Ladies fine Kid Goods in welts and turns. oats at 50c. auction Milo Davis, of Grandy, Neb., recei oi" 104 won 1,000 head of cattle by two throws cash, balof cultivation. Inn Rood ttato of the dice. ance in aud 3 years at six per cent, interest Moberly bought in Garrard a from day ot sale. Lien retained on land for the d cattle pirchaso money. bunch of two nnd 2 Good Work Horses, 1 Saddle at $13 to $14.50. Btallion, Axle, died of Tho trottinu Mare, thrco ycar3 old, lockjaw, at Versailles. His o ner is eaid One fine red milk cow, i heifer, a lot ot Corn aud fodder, one straw rick, one buguy, and to havo refused $50,000 for him. wagon, one Kispire Grain Drill, W. H. Bush'.bougl.t in Montgomery one ititfixjdni new, piows, wagon aud buggy harof hogs weipbt ness and various articles too numerous to mention ..mintv. two cars loads Ttrms bums of Sio and under cash in hand; 250 pounds, at 4 cents for April delivery. over thit amount a credit of 90 days. Negotiable la Receiving His not erf .ith approved security payable at the tint Notwithstanding tno low prices mat National llank ofSlnnfnrd reiUircd. l removed until No p.opuriy to wpb nra boinu sold at, tho prospects the are complied v, ith. halo at my the terns nf FALL-:-AN- D place known -:- -- : ullwi from Staufor I aro that more breeding will bo done this as tl.e V II Miller firm on the Crab Otcharl pike. Remember the dale, year than last. C J CKAK1, Saturday, Jan. 11 Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me hUtiCord, Ky John Johnson, of Bojle, bought of Land. Personalty, Land. Kip, Calfand Rubber Boots School Saturday, Jan. Acres y One-ba-ll H. J. McROBERTS. 1 '&-Al- ex three-year-ol- H.6.R0PLEY,- two-hors- e 31 WINTER GOODS. call. 83-t- d semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Kv., .1.VNIURY SrANKOHI), 18, 18M E. C. Walton, Business Manager PERSONALRJINTS. Cou J. M. Ukazlkv and family have in o veil linen to their farm. Miw. Ho Wilkinson nnil Ilttlo eon nro vlflltitiK her relatives in Ciwoy. Mh. Ki.ua ii .Mooiik, of CaHoy, !h tho KUefitof liftfitater, Mr. V.l WilkiiiBOii. Mn, Uaiiiikll OtvtcNs, of HfrrolHlurt MIhicm Stio nnd ia visiting liiHCOiHttm, II. I'rttua wont up tho rond Tuesday to hold down tho olllco nt Urod .Mil. V. Mutlis I'tixton Itout. Timck chninfl ri'ducsd 50 par cent. W. A Lucky Yowno Man. Mr. S. II. II. Wearon it Co. Shanks haa undo his son, William II., n Your account for ISiM is ready, please present of his stock of goods, valued at $0,000. Mr. StiankB will couduct tho call and sottlo. W. B. McUoberts. biisinePH at thu old stand and hi father r Foil with 5 rooms in will clerk for him. Crab Orchard. Apply to tho postmaster John II. Iviimv, who now represents there. tho Manchester Insurance Co., of Eng1'i.RAHKcall and aettle your account. land, paid lo J. It. Farria this week I need tho money to run my buaiiieea. IIS.") GO. The property was insured for M. F. Klkin. $700, but tho amount .paid will sottlo tho mnttor, as it is of the Comk lo otir new quarters nnd et actual cash value of tho property, tho Homo pricon bofoio you Invest your inoti-oy- . policy containing a clnuao to that oirect. IIuRheHit Tat. Mr. Kirby also paid to Dr. J. K. VauAra Tub bad results of such preaching as drtlojl.') for damages to his house by wo hnvo recently had In Stanford nro lightning a week or bo ago. Ho was insured in Tho National, of Hartford. manifesting themsplves very sndly. T I'.BNT.-Cotta- KU throo-foiirt- She is beautiful in eharMi'ier and truly can it ho fluid of her that to know her is wp to lovo her. The groom is n splendid gentleman and a good husliiecs man. Ho is trawling salesman for a Urge ardware Dealer In house in Kansas City and commands a large trade. Tlin present received wero numerous and costly nnd showed to some extent tho high esteem in which! mo recipients aro held by their ninny friends. Mr. and Mrs. Conway start out in life under most propitious circumFarming Implements, Harness, Hay, stances aud that their pathway mny evOats, &c. Give him a call when you want to buy or trade. He will er bo strewn with ros-of tho rarest growth, tho Interior Journal joins treat you right. Sec his stock and get his prices before you wander their many friends in hoping. ofTto another town to buy. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. B. K. Wearen, I Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Wagons, &c. "chuhchTffajrsT .Our Stock of., Elder Zick Sweeney is holding n grent revival nt Paris. Ten piofetsed religion iu the first few dajs nnd tho is growing and spreading. : The Presbyterian church of Pennsylvania numbers 101,000 communicants, Sunday-SchoAnd Oils is 200,000 scholars, 1,170 ministers. Tho churches number about 11.00J and gave last year $3,000,000. It ia announced that tho diocese of Kentucky will bo divided and that there will be two Bishops. BUhop Dudley And prices the very Lowest, quality considered. We can save you will hnvo charge of tho Northern diomoney on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Come in and see. cese and will continue to reside at Louisville. A House of Mercy, to bo used as a refuge for fallen women, will bo opened iu Lexington next Monday. Tho building contains 18 rooms, besides bathrooms, halls and closets. Already n number of applicatioua have been made for entrance A largo congregation went to hear Mr. Martin Hardin preach his maiden eermon nt tho Baptist church yesterday morniug. Tho prediction mado by all was that he would make a grand success as a minister nnd pulpit orntor. Danville Advocato. We offer a iarge line of nice patterns below actual cost. An opEider John S. Shouse, formerly a to get big bargains in Furniture, Chairs, &c. We must n minister of this State, has portunity room, if low prices will make it. Give us a call. closed his labors at Columbia, Mo. In have tho two years and eight months he haa been nt Columbia, 210 were added to his church, and 00 to other churches whete Undertakers and Dealers in Furniture, Stanford. he held meetings. Bishop Alpheua W. Wilson, of the Methodist Episcopal church, South, denies tho statement of tho Spaniard Xim ones that tho recent troubles of the Armenians are to to bo blamed on the Methodist missionaries in Asia Minor. He says there aro no American Methodist missionaries in Asia Minor. nev. ueorge uarsey win leave on the lGth of next month for a trip to the If you need a Cook Stove and want to buy one that will give perHoly Land and will go out with a party fect satisfaction, go to Higgins & McKinney, Stanford. My wife known as tho Congregationalist excur sion, which was gotten up by the Boston bought the O. K. Jewel and it is a jewel and does perfect work. Congregationalist. Ho will be ab Mrs. A. Steenbergen, Rowland, Ky. sent until June 23d. It has not been de cided who will fill his pulpit. Frankfort Roundadout. The O. K. Jewel is the best I ever saw. My neighbors bring their Rev. W. E. Arnold and Misses Mnry Kay and Alico Holmes returned from cakes to me to bake on the O. K. Jewel, Buy one and you will be Londay yesterday, where thoy have been convinced of its superior qualities. Mrs. Wm, Stone. attending Dr. Cnadine's meeting. They inform us that thero have been about 75 professions to date, 50 of whom hare FOR SALE BY been sanctified. The doctor will leave to day, hut Bev. Pickett will continuo tho meeting iientl for b fw wcekti. y for Mm A. H. Hundlkv loft Orlando, Flu , to vinit her mother, Mm. McAllister. Advocate. Mh. 1". Waltkh Oahtkh lurwea next week to taku n conmu in tho Normal Col-luat Howling Green. Mas. J. W. Havde.v Ih quite ill. Dr. Hawkins Hrown, of lltiRtoiiville, her uncle, wbh down to hpo her Tuenduy. to-da- postniHHters; Lai'iiel county khs two democratic Silas Iloskins at Green-mouand J. T. StilllnKS Bt Ihccoon. 9 m ii TiiicKuiKhtHof Honor paid to Mrs. A. It I'enny, Wednesday, the fJ.OOO 'insurance that her husband held in tho order. m i. Skveiianck ft Son have had nnother arc IlKht put in their store nnd with the numerous inenndescents, that establishment is as h'Kht at night as in tho day. hio family from withdrew their applicaof Crab Orchard, aro down for a day or tions. nro gucnta of .Mien KtsIo or two and lltirch. At. G. Fibli) nnd his great company oj Muri. M. 0. Stokklry, who camo up to minstrels will bo Ht Danvillu next Monattend tho funeral of her bister, Mrn. Al-li- o day night, iMst, and many of tho clover UniiKhiiiau, returned to Athene, Ga.i old fellow's friends from hero will go Tuesday. down to enjoy the performance. Oact. 1. U. Hknakkii, one of the clevWiiii.it huntimr, Willie Smith, vonm? erest men that over pulled a bell cord, son of Mr. L. T. Smith, met with n painhii come back to thin divisio n, wo hope ful accident. '1 ho breach-pi- n Hew out o' for good. hix gun when ho II red it, and struck him MihH8 Ola ii a a.m Oi'Iiklia Lackey in tho forehead, cutting n gash over two went over to Lexington Tiusdny to inches long. tho exposition nnd visit at-te- ConhtaiilkT. J. Hknkdict Iihh moved For ii or five Junction City men, inthe country to V. C. cluding Kowt Craig, An amusing incident illustrative of intended to take out Withers' cottage on Whitley Avenue. saloon license, but tho council put it at tho big heartedncss of tho average Ken Missis Jka.n and Kvklyn Buchanan, 1100 and tncky backwoodsman occurred during thoy The Christian church waa filled Wednesday night to hear I'rof. O. O. Clino'a lecture on "The American Pope," nnd nil pronounced it n fine effort. Last night ho waa to discourse on "The Popo in American Politics; or tho Catholic Machine for the Capture of tho U. S." ho will unmask Romanism, and to men only. Tho Catholic church is becoming n dangerous power in this country and the people need the awakening thnt Prof. Cline is giving them. Drugs, Books, : Paints LARGE oi - WELL SELECTED. G. L. PENNY, Exr. their sinter, Mrs. Win. Fields. Mh. W. I). Wkavik, of Loudon, now trnveliiiL salesmen for Carter Hros., of Louisville, whs heio yiHttrdny telling goods by tho car load. Mitsui Alice and Don Hauoiiman went to Dnnvlllo with Mrs. Montio Kox Tuesday nnd returned with her yesterday. Miss Lizzie Dunn emtio with their. Miss MattikOwblry left yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. W. It. Maniur, who has been in bad health for so mo time. When sho returns Miss Hmma OwBley who has entirely recovered, will accorn piny her. Mil. and Mrh. J. A. II ahiiis celebrated their golden wedding Wednesday by having about 75 of their relatives and friends present nt n splendid dinner. The e oged couplu received some very hand-Born- present. CITY AND VICINITY. llov n Majestic. OriKA giinnlmit I).uikn, the jeweler. .. m SriCTACLRa titled by Dauks, tho jewel' W. or. Hkati.no Btoves afcost. eu Co. II. Wear Wkddino preseutH at Daiiks, the jeweler's. Gasoline ntovtH u all kinds. W. II. Wearen A Co. Foil snlo or exchange llrst-ulas- s Apply to box 51, Stanford. plane, rsw heating stoves left nt reduced prices, lliggina k .McKinney. A ... Tiik Spring Hussion ol Stanford Feinulo College will begin Tuesday, Jan. '2'2. . The Wilkinsons aru in the lead. Give t.um your hair cuttim: and shaving. " m m m We hnvo tho best plow for tho money ever oli'ored in Stanford. HigKins fc Mc- Kinney. .... m " Olii tuba aro in good shape now. Come in an take a bath. Cook & Farmer, tho barbers. Wk hnvo forced our way to tho front and expect to hold it if prices will do it HuKhea it Tato. The talked of consolidation of tho livery stablea of M. S. k J. W. liaughniuu and Yoagor olT. & ... ... Cooper has been declared Wk must close up our business nnd if you don't pay ub, we will bo compelled to take other steps to collect tho money. Yeager & Yeager. . B. Millkh and son Kd, will be tried nt y on a warrant aworn out 10 o'clock 11. V. Holtzcliiw, who charges them cbv with stealing four bales of hay. to-da- . PAivriiia having work dono in either our harness or blacksmith shop will not bo charged for hitching, while tho work ia being douo. M. S. & J. W. Uitugh-ma- n. . . Oim Williamsburg correapondont givoa meagre particulnra of tho killing of John , W. McCarty, a brother of W. L. McOar-tyKingsville. Mr. McCarty leavea n of family uml ut one time was quitu n wealthy man. r . s B3urco of rovenuo to tho Danville of daily papers. Thoy go for its olunwB nnd make big eonsationa out of its items, to tho cost of tho dailies and tuo increase of thoir filthy lucre. Help vouraelf. boys. Tho Inteiiioh Jouksal ia published particularly for tl o benefit of its frleiiUs ami ouiy inciiiei.iaiiy ior rovenuo, correa-pondont- Thk Ixtemok Jouhnal t is n fruitful the Si Plunkard street parado. A bum actor wns doing everything to annoy tho party nnd had been nsked repeatedly to desist, without effect. Finally after Si could stand it no longer, lie drew n pistol nnd shot twice nt tho fellow, who leaped d ivwi from the step ladder from which he- was discoursing in favor of "free wool, free iron, free lunch and free wli's ," p'fl rin up tho Brt'ff, where ho secured a couple of bricks aud was returning to "do up" tho man who had shot at him. Thinking that he had been imposed upon and needed assistance, a Aitkh moro show and hail and one of great big strapping fellow from tho knobs tho hardest rains for a long time, yester- ran for his black snake whip and was goday blossomed forth bright and beautiful ing to se) the man through, when some and hopes aro entertained that tho frigid body told him it was all a part of the nnd disagreeable spell which has contin- show. ued since Dec. (J, has drawn to an end. MATRIMONIALMAnERS. Amen. David 8. Wilcox, a prominent horseHon. II. W. J. Ham, the great Southman, of Madison, was married last week ern orator and humorist, will lecture in I.anci8tcr, Jan. i'Jtl. Ho gnvo "The to Miss Pearl Newman, of Estill county. Joe Creamer, of Sedalia, Mo., emSnoligoster in l'olltfca" hero a year ago which in brim full of wit and humor, ami braced his wife so tightly that it broke we can guaranteo an evening of laughter three of her riba. Siio no doubt thinks that is carrying affection too.far. ti all who attend. Mr. Call P. Brown, of Hustonvillp It begins to look like tho people of and Miss Mary, the handsome daughter Stanford and vicinity are going to let the of Mr. William Myers, of Casey, were lecture club lose heavily again. With married yesterday. The Interior Jouu two moro lecturers to pay and tho money nal joins in hearty congratulations. for tho season tickets used up, tho club F. W. Childress and Miss Ida Mc ia moro than $30 behind. Men and breth- Ginn, inmates of the Shaker house nt ren these things ought not so to ho. You South Union, fell in lovo. Tho eociety must como up to tho help of the club if forbids marriage, and the two renounced you oyer want another lecturer to como tho order nnd went to Bowling Green, hero after this Beacon. where they wero wedded. Brutus Clay, pon of tho old general, Juihie Wallace K. Vauno.v, whoso waa married at Nicholasville, Tuesday to experience as county judgo has peculiarMrs. MarBtellar, n hnndsome widow, who ly qualified him for such service, otlerB has been holding n clerkship in Collec to act as executor, administrator or astor Bodes' olllco. Ilm children opposed signee and lo givo especinl attention to tho match, but like his father, Brutus the settlements of estates and sale nnd suited himself in such mutters. division of infant's lands, in addition to Wo have it pretty straight, but for NEW ADVEUTISEMENTS. tho regular practice of law. His otllco is goodness sake don't say we told you, that on LaucnMer street where ho invites the Miss Louis Tipton, of Dyersburg, Tenn , public to call when in need of legal adwho uiRile so many friends while n memvice or assistance. ber of the Stanford Colli ge faculty, is Attorney at Law, The lecture of Hon. John It. Clarke, al- shortly to become a bride, tho fortunate being a prominent young lawyer of though ho wan handicapped witli n se- nun - vere cold, pleased tho audience greatly. her town, originally from Kentucky, Mr Miss Tipton is ono cf Born of Irish parent ho has the native O. F. Sugg, lvq Will K ( Executor, Atlminutntor and Assign. wit nnd eloquence of that peoplu to a re- the loveliest of women and tho man who ce. SnrcUl nutrition clvrn to Stt'lenenM of F markable degree and having trod the has won her is to bo envied. tte, nnil h Atto'liey and Sjlo ami Division of stage for years, ho was the better able to A beautiful ceromony was thnt which j danls' Lands. Oflireou impress his words upon the minds of his bound together tho heaits aud lives of ty'solllce. Lancaster St overSupt. W. F. McCJa ;C hearers, lis subject was "To nnd Fro Mr. Joseph Lyou Conway and Miss 11 el in London," nnd tho fact that this was en Bailey Held nt tho bride's homo near the l,ris7(li time ho had delivered it Hustonville, Wednesday. Eld. W. L. shows that it is no ordinary production. Williams, uncle of the bride, spoke thu "Bread is the Staff of Life" woids thnt mndo them husband nnd THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD. The Si I'lunkurd show whs immenio wife,)and as thoy stood under a benuti-fu- l and gave unbounded satisfaction to tho nrch of mistletoe and other overgreons good crowd which altonded, notwithpendant, taking with tho letters "O.-K- ." standing the pouring rain. Tho comedy the solemn vows, thoy presented a sceno is a very laugbnblo one and tho specialty that villJinger long in tho memory of people wore fino. Tho econic effects of n thoso-whwitnessed it. Entering tho lightning express train and a threshing parlor, tho bride, leaning on tho arm of machine in full operation were striking- Miss Sallio Cook, waa preceded by tl.o ly realistic and tho house, went'wild over groom, accompanied by Mr. Jainea 11. them. Tho country band parade in tho Ileid, who were preceded by Miss Anna afternoon was of itself a great show nnd B. Beid aud Mr. Harry B. Hocker. Mies hundreds of people stood out in tho rain Dollio Williams artistically rendered to aco it. Tho troupo haa been greatly Mendellssohn's Wedding March while strengthened einco it was here three years the ovolutiona wero being gone through ngo nnd even old Si (Mr. J. O. Lowis) with and during the ceremony played himself Booma to have improved with very sweetly "Promiso Mo." Tho bride age. He and hia talented wife, Mrc. wore n handsome tailor mado traveling Jennette Lewis, are a whole show in suit of bluotte and brown cloth, with hat $ZgAii'ays Reliable. tliemselvea. to match, and carried a profuse bunch of t Make the LIGHTEST BREAD, Without Bail. After n week spent in bridal roses. Tho bridesmaids, Misses SWEETEST CAKES. hearing tho evidence and tho argument Sallio Cook and Anna Reid, also woro of counsel, 'Squlro Neal held Sheriff traveling dresses and boro la French WHITEST BISCUITS. VanArsdall for further trial without bnil, roses. Tho ceremony over, tho guotls and his deciaion gives universal satisfac- nearly a hundred in number, repaired to For Sale by o tion. Tho nt Hnrrodsburg the dining rooms, whore an elegant was crowded nil tho timo nnd tho inter- luncheon had beeu prepared. Six court-e- s : O. : were served aud tho menu embraced est wns intonse. It was proved that tho substantial and delicacies of every de. sherifl deliberately nnd with malice Dealer in General Merchandise, killed Dr. Hnrrod, who waa un- scription. In short, it waa a lunch lit armed at the time nn I not apparently for tho gods and did credit to tho skilled - expecting an assault. His statement that hand oljMrs. Keid, under whose supertho doctor cursed him at tho time was vision it had been prepared. At positively denied by every witness. It Mr. and Mrs. Conway, after a Bhower of waa also proved over his testimony, that congratulations and good wishes, drove As Assignee ol A. A Warren, I will on ho was cruel to his family and had been to Morelaud and then took tho train for 26U1, seen to beat his daughter witii n barrel Cincinnati, St. Louis, Kansas City nnd At a o'clock V. M., sell at public outcry tho hoop. Thero ia hardly n redeeming fea- tho West, whoro they will travel until ture in tho caao against VanArsdall, ac- Feb. 1st, and then bo "at homo" at Ok- House and Lot ou Danville St,. cording to tho reports, and if the circuit lahoma City, Oklahoma. Of the brido Now occupied by Mm ai a residence. The sale court will do its duty as woll an tho ex- too much can not bo said. Sho is hand- will be n ade lit Trout of the on a of six months. Ilond with six percent in amining court, Mercer county may hnvo some aud accomplished und ia the pos- credit from date he rti nnd of purchaser. Krrst u much needed hanging. J II. I'AVl'ON, Assignee sessor of a diepoaitiou excelled by none. oj well-know- WALL -P- APER, Clearance Sale. WITHERS & HOCKER, DATE COOK -'- UP TO STOVES I HIGGINS & McKINNEY. THE riLUE-GRASS HERD OK Wallaoo E. Varnon, i rl, Kentucky. Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, - Slai Ciab Orchard, fji suhfronthi Stock, llrccdert secured Irom thp best herds lo several different States. Kentucky. best typn if Resisterd Correspondence Solicited. Attorney at Law, Stanford, - - Kentucky. FKEE COINAGE OP SILVER. Ballard's OBELISK Flour & o address. The free and unlimited coinage of silver, the product of American mines, at the old ratio of 1 6 of silver to i of gold, is the only solution of and 60URIER-J0URNA- L remedy for the disturbed and unsatisfactory condition of trade, manufacIs a ten page eight column democratic nowjpapor. ture and general business of the counIt contains the best of everything suing. HENRY WATTERSON is the editor. try. The surreptitious act of 1873, divorcing silver and gold in our monePRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. makes tary system, was a jrime of untold The WEEKLY Iree pre- magnitude. very liberal terms to agent. , ar.d civ It was the rankest kind miums for clubs. Sample copies of the paper and four page Premium Supplement tent free to any of class legislation in favor of the Write to Olfce on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court. Home. Collections recede especial attention 8S THE WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L ThoCOURIER-JOURNA- L LOUISVILLE, KY. The CO. wealth, and hostile to the prosperity of the United States. It was an act of a European syndicate and for bribe money, "giving aid and comfort to wealthy against the producers of Semi - Weekly Interior Journal, of treason because done at the instance And The i court-houp- J. FLOIMSITCE, Yeaggr Kentucky. aforo-thoug- Stanford, lL'.-Ii- AssignQQ's Sale. Saturday, January court-hous- 111 our country's enemies." To shield the guilty parties, the well authenticated facts, often published, have been GEO B. COOPER. , vigorously denied. J AS. H EAGER. will continue to exThe Enquirer : 8s : pose this unpardonable crime until right and justice are done the people Proprietors of. its Feed Stable, by the full restoration of silver to We Livery with gold. old companionship STANFORD, KY need the assistance of the people in Havirg bought of P. W. Green his Llverv business and added i.ew buggies and hurses, wc arc disseminating the truth, to which end prepared to fiirnuh wc invite all in your selection of paFIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS pers for the coming season to include On short notice The traveling public will find willing to lurimh us alaa redvand vor. either single or double, or Cam the Enquirer, that costs only $1.00 a ar of a kinds at very LOW 1' KICKS, l'he year. (Issued twice a week.) boys in and atouud lown will alto rind us the poo Liberal commissions and cash repie to dm) with. Stop with us when in town at eouils anil eiiUiUioweuW and your hor.e and v wards given to club raisers. Sample hlcte wi I b wt.l crd for YHAUbK lUUl'KK copies free, Enquirer Company, j Mjers IL.use S.able, Manlord, Ky S; Cincinnati, O. Will be sent one year to any address for 31 7G. Addresj W. P. WALTON, 83 Stinford, Ky Weekly Courier-Journ- al Cooper, and "" Drum-inot- .1 1 ri,af tf.ftyg " 'Ml. V amia,,.-.- , ttTtrrrrf. .ft.... ifeaGfty - VflWflf e1 V Semi-Weekly -- w: Interior Journa OE INTEREST TO MEN. A RE- him to como tocher with thoso pilont noul forces which nro tho mightiest influences In tho universe. For VTHU At tho Hoarding; House. Ho drew n long breath. Bring n skillful draftsman, ho did this with compara- nnn PAI L. 0 Wauon, nearly One new, Fairbanks Scales that II. II. KINO, O. II. 1 We now have a lull line o. So sho is glad sho is not married." QUEEN & CRESCENT.', Cannot the- nrchor who drives tho arrow so straight homo to tho woman Trains pass Junction City at follows: No North t heart do somothiug to adviso that womNo. South t 4 .....jwpM. an who appeals to hor? 1 ii ic am ' i am 6 .. .ti.iopm ...3.15 Thoro aro scores of iniddlo aged good ...6 00 a ra 840pm ' 10 not Stop men in tho world, aro thoro not, who f Do would mako kind and loving husbands? Thero arc many women In tlio world who havo reached mature- yoars with tho youth of girlhood in thoir hearts and tho wisdom of womanhood in thoir - strong thought, with every earnest longing, AT nugkt thou ilcemest needful to thy soul, For Invisible vnst forces nro not thronging SO PICK. YlCiVTt lyADVANOM Between mo nnd that gonl. KTVhn not so paid 32.60 will be charged.A Writer Who Voices tlio Hccrct Fcellnjr 'TU only when somo hidden vrrnUnens alters of Scorrs of llcrSex A I'ow Comments And changes thy dcnlru or mnkori It I mm K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. on tlio "AilvnuccU Woman" A Mighty That Oil myntorlotw nnny over faltcrti returning at Or nto)d nhort of tsuccutu. Rowland at 7:09 a. m.. Tnin Inllurnce. I slao p. m. Copyright, 18K5, by American Tress Associa- Thought 1 n mngnot, and tho longed for pleAa-urL.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. tion.) Or loon or nim or object Is Bteol, DrLUt Madam in n recent nrtiolo by And ltn nttnlnment hangA buttho tho monsuro 37 pm on Nl. l, Train going North.. . 1 13 p m you I road this Eontcnco: "No Of what thy wml can fool. No. s, woninn ,11 51 p tu south No. tj, ovor reaches 40 who can truthfully Bay ELL.V WllKnLKTt WlLCOX. ,. 3 1 3 a m A, pabllahod Evory Tuoaday and Friday ELLA WHEELER WILCOX ON MARKABLE LETTER. Mich tive ease. Imi o , landlady, with Bomo severity, "I'd like to know, madam, whtii I'm over going to got any thing 1 1 suit mo tu this honau. " "Whon you pay your bonrd bill," roplied tho landlady, with charming Adams nvcuuo aplomb. Ho assumed a business nir nt once. "Pleaso Ihj n littlo moro definite," he Enid, aud rosuuicd his Inbura on the stonk In front of him. Dotroit ifr Press. The Ingenious "I bog your pardon," ho said to tho STORE ROOMS. KXi In the n General : Merchandise, At the Lowest Piicct. And wjuld csll the attention ol ladiesto the fsct Prultt is silling tho that Mis (i latist styles In A. S. FlUCffi. SURGKO.V UKNT1S1 Often ovet McKobsits Drug'Sloto Owsley building. Slanfoid. Millinory : Goods, Cheaper thin they can be bought Pieduce same aseatli. elttwlierc. $50 BEWABD. conMiunu( the thitves who broke iulo my store d. in Stanford on the night ol Dec S. II. SIIAN Kb, 84 I will give the above icward lor Wanted, 100 Barrels of Corn. kino & m the arrest aud Moreland, Ky PRUirr, WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. Trump, 1 - ktedl Baking TOV3 pow- IB k Jftsofufely Fow&er 3 Pure fc der. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., 106 "Wall Stroet, New York. A cream of tarter baking .For a Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, A stylbh Hair Trimjor CleanShave, go to Cook & Farmer's Barbor Shop. These men would marry theso women if thoy know whoro to And thorn. But such women shrink from rovoaling thoir homo longing and lovo craving from their nearest friends, and oithor through tho formal conventions of a largo city, which aro often n bar to acquaintance, or by boiug shut in n small village, liko mysolf, wherono marriageable men oxist, thoy drift on into old ago, alouo and nnwedded. If tho wish to lovo and bo loved and add a happy homo to tho wealth of tho world is tho noblest of desires, why is thero not soino safo and honorablo way for bacholors of both sexes to moot and becomo acquainted? 1 do not fcpeak from tho standpoint of n wornout woman who wants n homo and a provider. I speak from tho standpoint of a girl who has always felt V017 young, and who still lias only jur reached maturity, though past 35. I am often called upon to account for my youthful appearance in tho faco of dates. "I am alivo" is all tho explanation I can give. I cannot bo old and feel as I do. ' Now, I would liko abovo all things to havo tho company of a grand, jolly old "boy" during tho remainder of this natural hfo mid into tho shades beyond. I feel that n woman should havo tho right to tako somo steps iitho most important affair of hor lifo. IT you havo not treated this matter in its entirety, pleaso do so. Suggest somo way that a woman obliged by her occupation to month in and out iu n small interior town, whero sho has not ono single man friend, could bring about an with worth whilo men of hor own or moro maturo years. I could live in one room and bo happy with tho man I could lovo. Soveral men havo loved mo in my lifo, but always tho wrong on'es. Surely soniowhero must await tho right ninii whom I could lovo. How can I find him? Dorothea. ro-ma- deportment of singlo women in tho land. Tho present timo is called "tho woman's century," and wo havo on every sido of us most startling specimons of the "advanced woman." Sho is in nil tho professions, sho is in nil tho trades, sho is iu all tho sports heretoforo for "men only." munn co nkw youk, am bhoadway. Men first pitied, then endured aud A. fj. Lankan now occasionally "ombraco" hor in all John D. Ca'stleman. theso situations. I havo even heard men 6ay they admired her in that most and ungraceful of positions ou tho whool. Without doubt bioyoling is a convenient modo of locomotion and moderately indulged iu must bo a healthful oxerciso. Cut I havo nover yet aeon LIVERPOOL.. tho woman who looked well .on tho whool. It is a distinctly masouliuo atti&CASTLEMAJN tude, and no woman looks woll in men attitudes. Yet I havo heard dcclaro otherwiso. MANAGERS, Now, whilo tho modern woman has Oomoiorco Building, Louisville pushed hor way into nil theso now high-- ! ways and byways and won not only tolAgents throughout the South. erance, but frequently admiration, from iu doing so, sho has as yet W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agfont, mankind progress in solving tho momenmado no STNFORD, KY. tous question of her life, for marriago is and over must bo tho momentous quesPortland tion of all human lives. San$Frj.ncisco. However broad gauged n man may bo iu his viow of woman's rights, ho is nl-- 1 A ways shocked and disgusted if sho opon- -' ly makes tho slightest advauco toward VIA husband hunting. Of courso society is full of women who havo but that ono object or purposoin life, but thoir moth- -' ods aro veiled and their purposes at least screened by artful subterfuga v? jt r. ..VAk i.rrs jv"i3?"i.'sczzKva. s V2 Man is not so utterly changed from jChicaco"RtKo-"5il3U 1,UJJ?. tho creaturo ho was n few centuries ago as is woman. Thoro still lives in him PTJLLMANSAND tho desiro to wnko tho bleeping princess PABLOR OARS. with his kis. Ho does notJiko to think ONLV LINE FROM LOUISVILLE tho princess has been for many yoars : DINING - CARS. veryiuuoh nwako, sending out spies and RUNNING search parties to bring him to her feet. WRITE TO Tho fear that any other wayfarer or travK..H. BACON, D. P. A.. F.J UEF.D.G. P. A eler would havo been just as eagerly Chicago, 111 wolcouud by her mars his pleasure In T.ouiivilte, Ky. Denvor. such caios Cupid loves surprisos. AbsoSt. Paul. lute frankness botween thoboxosis nfoil to roiuantio happiness. GOING ..IF VOU ARE However wide nwako tho princess may bo when tho lover appears, sho is wiso to keep hor eyelashes down and setm THE.. .. iu iiw.tKuu nuuii'wuui. ruiuiHuiiuy uuuur Ins Ids. I am glad tho ngo has gono by when For a CAN'I OBTAIN A PATENT? prompt answer and an honest opinion, write to M VSS fc CO.. who hare bad nearly fifty years' experience In the patent business. CommunicaIlnnilbook of tions strictly confident Inl. concerning 1'nlenlH and how to obtain them sent free Also a catalogue Of mochan. leal and sclentlQo books sent free. Patents taken tbroush Munn & Co. rccclro special notice In the Hclentlllc American, and withthns are brought widely before the publicpaper. out cost to the inventor, lhls splendid Issued weekly, elegantly Illustrated, has by far the larvest circulation of any scientific work In tbs world. S3 year. Psmple conies sent free. Building Edltlon.monthly. fiJOa year, Hlngle copies, US cents. Every number contains beauof tiful plates, in colors, and photographsshow now the bouses, with plans, cuabllng builders' to designs and secure contracts. Address latest a letter camo to mo of careful attention. Without doubt tho writer voices tho socrot feeling of scores This remarkablo somo weeks ago and seonia worthy The Ilrasoti Why Somo Men at Loit Do Not Marry. A good looking nnd kind hcartod nowspapor editor who is a bachelor tolls mo n littlo story that perhaps throws light on tho question of why men do not marry. Ayonngwomon of hisncqunlnt- nnco rather moro thiui hinted thnt sho: wished him to tako her to seo a certain play, Hkowiso to dinner tho samo evening nt a restaurant which sho named. Tho dutiful bachelor got tickets to tho play which cost him f 3 each. Tho dinner cost him $5. Tho girl had changed hor mind about peeing tho particular drama sho was dying to witness n few days before nud said so. "But I havo tho tickets," said tho geutlcmau. "No matter, " roplied tho girl. "I don't want to seo it. Lot us go to boo tho Biug Bang Inhtoad." To tho Bing Bang thoy wont That cost $ 3 mora When tho play was half out, tho young woman was tired of it "Let ns go homo,' sho Bald. Still tho devoted bachelor obeywl. Out on tho street tho lady expressed n desiro to walk homo. Only thou did tho bacliolor's long suffering and put upou manhood assert itsolf. Ho thought thero was tho placo to draw tho lino, nnd ho drow it Ho vowed ho would not walk homo if ho had to sit ou tho sidownlk nil night nnd roll his eyes up nt tho moon, nud ho did not walk. The young woman wns surprised, but yielded. Perhaps in her socrot heart sho even thought tho man who had spent $12 to give hor nu ovenlug'snmuseinout wns n cross nud obstinnto person. What the man thought I leave my masculino readers, if I havo any, to judge. But I know what I think. It is that n girl who would hint to n man to tako her to a placo of amusement nud then behave as this one did desorves nover to bo tnken nnywhnro by invitation of n gentleman. Moreover, I wish girls would spend thoir ownmonoy t. on their own It is degrading, it is indelicate, for a girl to nsk n man to spend money ou her. If ho asks her out of puro good will nnd n liking for her, thnt is his right. But women hnvo no right just because thoy aro women toimposo n financial tax on mou just because tUoy aro men. When my favorite dream ol financial independouco for women is realized, thero will bo no moro of theso humiliating scenes. Women will pay their own way to theaters and every whero else, liko tho freo, uoblo, high spiritod, independent creatures thoy will bo thou. Spoed tho day I aimi.-einon- To Th.o Ladies I MONUMENTS- Git ANIT12 and J. KARINSfitCO., At my stare you wilt find one ol Iho finest M AU1IL.1S. stocks of Milllniry and Kmbroldery Msterlal ever Stanford, lhave paid cash for my goods brought to aud sell them lor cash, to low that you will le forced to buy liom me. An examination vlll contluildris froui oilginsl designs apd brit material and worLmaiitnlp vince you and you aie invited to make iL Otlli'p 349 Third Sticet, 1 oultville, Ky. MKS. A. A McKlNNKY. -- Vaiu and Work bhp, ManlpWIIer, Vetmont and Carrara, Italy. Longesperleucej onguial detlgut; islitfaclion TO THE LADIES. 1 Do W S guaiauli-e- d ii. dctirelocsll your atteution to the fsct that I tcsdy toteive you In Uis Mating in any andallstiUs, I lake the best Athlon Journuls aud keed pasted on what ladles should wear. Pliers reasonable Come to and give me a trial I employ none but fif't class help m JmNIS. j T jOttKi, SICK. Respectfully, 77-t- MISS MARY I) SMITH, Stanford, Ky. JOITBS BEOS, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Sole prcpiietors Dean's Illack Diaaond Roo PamU Ettimaies fuimtned for luintlng Wood, Metal and lion Kooft hallsfaction Outianterd. All nola painted with Dean's Illack DiamonJ Paint guaiantced for yeait Dealers in belt cll tern I'umpt and Oalvsnixd Iran rillert. x- -M J. B. HIGGINS, ...Dealers n. Stanford, Ky. All Kinds Stanford, A a i. of Coal. Kv. THE 1ULEY - HOUSE K. U. KILHIV.sl'roprletor, Treat Vat The - I.iuHos. London, nt, with ay of every- Kontuck, Mitt Mcoie will arrlvn October thing that Is new and nt,tby in the WW. r x-- lhave moved to my new Iloteljand am bsttsi .repaied than ever to accommodate lha public. Jood Livery attached and evety couvemencs da-- 1 red. liive me a call. FRANK RILEY. 77 - tmm r ' Pleats call and examine my ttock befnr buy Ink Mypncct shall be the lowct , Thanking you for patt favors, respectfully, KATfs. DUDULRAR, Manager. D. S. CAHFEiTTEB. At the well-know- n old ttaad ol J II. Green in US 7 IV. MISS LOU ELLIOTT, HustonvlllO; - Kontucky. THAI17ED ITXTUSE, STANFORD, KY. (P.O. IlnrxxXNCrs Drt. 1IOX 1 Has jutt retetved a beautiful line of ii. Ftytou and Si tl Surroys.tPhaotons, Buggies( &c. Furnituro nnd Stoves. Genuine Oliver Chlllea Plows. Step In and tee a nice llnvof Rocking Chairs and furnllui. hiovtt (heaper ttsu ever before. LI. ery Stable and lllacktmlth Shop For Rent. alley, Ky. Midland R'y, Only Direct Line between Tho Myers Housq, ,'P. W. G1IELN. Proptwloi. Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest and qulckett between Stanford, Kentucky. alien-'oaswe- ll Frnnkfort, GoorROtown and Paris, Carllalo, MnyBvlllo, Oynthlnim, Fnlruouth and. OovliiKton. Dovolop all tho financial nbllity thoro Is in you and ncquiro nil tho kuowlcdgo of business thnt yon can. You will havo need of it before you dio. If I did not know thero is certainly justico in this world in tho long run, I should sometimes despair. But justico is dono, nnd so suro as tho sun rises retribution will fall on tho heads of thoso offloials at Washington who havo made such nurcleuting war on women clerks during tho past year or two. Ladies s who havo given to their country service for many years havo been turned out on thostreotstostarvo, merely nt tho behest of somoyoungmnlosnip of n clerk who wished to reward pnjitjeal friends. This is tho story told nnd DoliuV-eMon may defy heaven and earth to nchiovo their own petty desires nnd'work their own potty spites, yet vougoauco overtakes them nt last, Borne wny or somo timo. Let thoso who havo dono flaw-losd. DR. W. B. FElTire, Dentist, Ask lor tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Time TabU Nov. 18,1894. No 7 No 3. No. 1. TItAlNS EAST. p. m p. in, a. m. 1 00 A 4 00 7 00 Leave 1'rankloit 110 " Summit ......706 400 4 " Kltnorn 7 '5 8 io 7 Switicr s 00 418 Stamping Ground.; Jl " DuvalU ' 4 3 7J 1 n I am still running this Hotel sad will continue to give my gue.it the poliutt at lha belt the msiket aaurdt, Special Attention to tlio Traveling Public. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or STANFQRD. KV. " " " 11 Johnson. Georgetown. C. S. Depot..- -. Stanford, Ky. Office on Main Street, pavrczy the Post-Otfi- ct FJiabetb ..C Arrive Parit " farm Junction ,.... Newton Centrrvilte..... -7 40 U ...7 46 .- -. .7 3S 4 40 4 4 4 s so .. ... 1 o 8 30 -- t os iS 51 503 JJ J x 5 Jit si 8 511 i 40 J so 3 J J 41 CapltnlStock- Surplus - 9200,000 21,300 ROYAL OF TRAINS WEST. No. s. No. 4. No. a. ra. 9 4$ 9 5 Opposite insurance BARBEE Company mas-culiu- o this thing look out World's Fair Record. CHICAGO ' ' -- ETCHTK WEST, Tho superior heal thfulnohs of sleoplng has nover been recognized in American families as it should bo. When tho country wns new and housos woro Fcarco nnd Finnll, economy often required that two members of ono family hhouldbharo tho snmo bod. But thero is now no nerd of this. During a night's sleep ovory human being loses a pound of wnsto matter in insonsiblo perspiration. It oozes out of tho skin pores and permeates tho bodclothing. If ono has n bedfellow, that bedfellow becomes saturated with this porspiration nnd atNow, however much wo mosphere. lovo our dearest oiies, wo do not wish to bo filled with tho enstoff partioles of their bodies nny moro than thoy wieh to bo saturated with ours. In caso of persons not particularly attached to ono nnothor, or in cases when ono is neat nnd cleanly nnd tho othor tho rovcrse, tho doublo bed becomes positive torturo. In Europe tho sanitary ronsons for sleeping nlono nro much better understood than iu America. Thero singlo beds nro tho rule. Miss Julia nutchius appreciates tho importance of this subject, nnd in hor school for girls at Long Island City has instituted tlio rule that tho young ladies must sleep nlono. nfqno Far-we- ll 10 i ArrNewtowo 6 4s Depot. i0 IS U 1033 6 45 7 47. AirG.vjrgutown My stock of Millinery and Notions is kept con800. 10 41 Arr Johnson ... . 6 si I 101 .. . 1047 stantly complete by weekly purchases and )ou ArrUuvall .d 830 703 can always find what you want I luvite )Ou to ArrStsmt'gUrou .....-- 1054 ArrSwIlxcr ! I 04 73 s S5 call and Iniject 9 5 .1111 Arr Elkhoin 70 Q "5 7 ArrHumroit. .n 17 MISS LICCIF. REAZLEY, 11 9 '5 7 Arr Krankfi,rt...A i Stanford, Ey. ,V N. A connects with L. II connects with Q. .V C. and L. S, C connects with K. C. Note Not. i.J. 1.4. 7. 8 and is, dally See Sunday trains below. Sunuay TO THE LAI3XES 1 ArrKlliabeth Arr Centrerllle.... Lve Paris Junction. Lve Paris.. C . p. ra. 541 61c 619 6 s; J a. m No. is ioo ArrC.S. 6i TO THE CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. . . Attention of the public is invited to lha fs that this Is th OLly National Hank in Slanfoid Under the ptovitlont of the National Uank Act dcpotitott are secured not only by the capital 4 35 ttock, but by the stockholders liability lor aa 4 55 amount equal to the ttock, so that depositors ol s this institution sre stcuicd by a fund of )4oo,ooo. 330 five aworn statements clthecoudillou of the bath are rasde each ycaito the United States govtra-mtaud ill attctt at caamlncd at stated timas S3" ay government thus securing sddltitoaa tnd perfect safety to dcpotilort, Thu inttilutiOD, originally ettsbllthed at the Oepotit Hank ol Slanlurd In 1838, then ised as the National IWnk of Stanford in 1S03 and as the First National Hank of again Stanlord In i&3i, hat bad practically an uninterJ rupted eitttcnceof tt years. lilt better supplied now with facilities for transacting butmett prompt ly and liberally than ever before la lit long and Honorable caieer Accounts of corporation!, except firms and individuals respectfully toileut a;,-nlj, fldo-ciari- . The New Lancaster Planing Mill, Lancaster, Ky., It now In full operation, and Invites the attention ol the builders of Lincoln county to its nialcr.il, superioi workmanthip ... and low prices. Note Wmtf T .Ldr.nririnis,n tn;ii A. M arrlvA at Franklort 11:35 A. M. ij P. M ; arrive tt Last Leave Franklort Georgetown 3 15 r. M. Kentucky Midland Railway and cennec- The(..... .1. h.aiui.l ...... HOUR (UI III UIG .Iiniu, mt ,nwiiw ami .(i,.i.... ,Allt. In !!. points South, Kail, Sortli and West. For further infurmst on apply to their agents, C. D. HKKCAW. (Jen Fats. Agent. UW. 11. 11AM T.11, ucn. aupi SUNDAVTRAINS. ted. The Directory ol thlt Dank it composed Foretlat Reid, Lincoln county ; S. T. Harm, Lincoln; J II. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. liayden.Staalord; S.ll. Ilaughmsn, Lincoln; J. a. Docker. Stanford; ol W. A. Ttlliblo, Stanlord; M. 1). F.I more, Stanford; SOME OF OUR PRICES: Perfectly clear pool ir or yellnw pine flooring at fipei hundred. As low as $150 per hundred. Perfectly clear yellow poplar i'atr.er boarding at As low as $1 ) per hundred til co per hundiC'1 All patterns sni thlcWssot ol Ceiling In yellow as flue, poplar, chettntit ai.d ah,as low low 3i sj per as Jj er hundred, lx.ui l un. .d lumber at hundred. Ikautiful ellow pine, finishing lumber V havern ey by givmz us you. quarter oak, orders, TIIK LAVCASTUk PI AVING MILL, Lai.cailer, K.y. 73 (m NORFOLK AND J S. Mocker, Pretldcat; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon- - John J, McRoberts, Cashier; A. A, McKinnuy, AssitUnt Catbltir. Farmers BanMTrnst Co ' HAILHOAD. TICKETS SOLD TO OF STANFORD, KY., Isncwfullyorgsnucil and ready for business wltk -- Paid up Capital of ALL POINTS: Surplus, . $20U,000. tooo. TCL OHIO, IHDIAM A, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, JilKAfiSAS, CALIFORNIA, VIA THE SUCCESSOR to TDK LINCOLN NATIONAL, HANK OF STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and undtj the tame management. iiy provmontof lit chatter, depositors are at fully protected as aie depositors in National Uanks, its shareholder being held individually liaole to the eatcut of the amount of their stock therein at the par value therpot, in addition to tb amount invctled in such shares. It may act as eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac. at fully at tu individual. To those who cntruttcd their bultiness to us while mnaginj; the Lincoln National Dank ol Stanlord, we we heie lender our many thanks and trutt they will continue to transact their butinesi with us, offering at a guarantee for prompt amotion to tame, our twenty years' oapeiieoce la banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. DIKECTORS: f j What is tho reason men ns n sex do not caro for puro nir? I I , TEXAS, KB -- av BWil-W- ai i LOUIGVIILC t. NA' HVII IC R. R. Xt the hue Tor you, as its Dally Tralrifl Double close counectlons at Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI . For all points. R0UKofSlS&Ii?ED For but information TIIROIO of I . V. A JOES. IUCE. Agent. Ky Stanford, McQUOWN Tnv. Pais. Agent, unction City , Ky Tho two fiuo women iu tho Colorado legislature and tho brainy woman who ing ti.o lover who often camo .only ts "J- - nvnyi' and luivo thorn to go bus been oleeted to tho ofllco of stato suinto a dccliiiH. 1 am glad wouinu has perintendent of education iu Colorado found many things to tlo mid think aro reminded that the eyes of their fellow about, to help her hour tlio years of country women ns well us their fellow tho lovr conies, or to countrymen aro upon thorn. waitinj aid lur through thu years niter ho has Thoro nro now 2,000 women doctors "ridden by." 3ut I trust tho timo will Sevenfijut- when sho will go forth practicing in tho United States. nover ty of thoin havo appointments ns hospiboldly t M'ck him. "His coming" must every ovor, tho world liiits, remain tho tal physicians nud surgeons. Eut charl-tabl- o insano asylum and .overy public mot in.t.it.iiit thought nnd hope of u institution iu which women nro wholly vcmauly nature, but sho must kept ahould havo women doctors and atlet tho powirs of her heart and ouo of tho rights of our mind, rather than her outward notions, tendants. It is box. Eliza Arciiaud Conner. bring him to her tido. She must will iu.tni.tiis fr tat idly ill tl.jir tower, wait- - irzmmxmmm miiSiSMi Superb WBt, BBBB-WES- I. FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST HAUTE TO THE Vestibuled Trains Me- NORTH AND EiiST. 'HUMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, SLEEP1HC AND DIKIHD CJR? SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE ! To Lexington, Chattanooga, Ulrmtneliam, ridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon and Jack FROM CINCINNATI - vlf tm-ul- t sonvllle. 1 hrouzh Sleeping Cars to Birmingham, Columbus, Albany, Knoxvllle, Ashcville, Jackson, Vlcksburg and Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleeper, Cincinnati to Los Angeles and San Francisco every Thursday. Direct Route to the Southwest via New or via Shreveport. 3 DAILY TRAINS TO CHATTANOOQA Send fur Literature and Time Table. ORFOLKWESTERfJ RA1LR0AI CHEAPEST, BEST AND J J. Willisms, ML Vernon; II. Shatiks,:'ta'oid; J. S, 0s!cy, hlanlord; S J. Emlry, Siford; J. H. Owt'er, Siinford; QUICKCOT LINE. Or-lea- ns DcscripUv Write for ltnteii, Mnts, 'amplilets, to any Btution Audit, or to M.r. BBSOO, AI.LIN HUlt, w. n.DCVILU Tlmi-Tnblc- '! BOlM)Xe,l. r.r kt. l'l. lOlUllllH.O. PinrJl. TrsillPsi.l I10A0K.TA. F. Cas, Stanford; Wllliun Gioch, Stanlord; A. WCarpenlcr, MllledgevilU, K W II Cummins, Frcachortvill S. H Shtnks, 1'rp.Ident Dr. J.H. OwsJey, Caihier, W. M.Br ght, Teller J. I?- v.. -