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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895012201 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. if Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXII, CHURCH AFFAIRS. FARM AND TRADE Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 22, 1895. ITEMS. , y NO. 91 SECURITY. -- HUSTOHVILLE. OF A LOCAL Fifty-si- x NATUR: ft Woman's Tim Kentucky Conf'-n-ncMieslonnry .Society rlHul iSVKi SI duriiiK tho li8t quarter of tlio past year. Rev. J. 8. Slum, who formerly Iwl tlio Methodist pastorate here, 1b holding n great revival in Ashland. Oh! do not let us wait to ho just or pitiful or dem'onstntivo toward thoso we love until they or wo tire Btruck down hyilliH-Mo- r threatened with death! Hnm's Horn. A Haptlst church nt l'liilsdolphla was in need of money. Tlio church Is .composed largely of mechanics and InHtead of nettlnjj- - up flippers or lairs, they observed "n week of and brought to tho treasury w hat they thus.ived, amounting to $1,500. Rev. l'reston Rlnke, formerly of Richmond, but now of tho First Baptist church at Dayton, this State, thinks tho world will como to an end nt tho close of tho present century. Ho stated this in a recent sermon. Wu very sincerely hope that Mr. lilako will prove himself neither a prophet or a son of a prophet. self-donin- A Mncon girl is just back from tho V country. While there she nsked of tho farmer; "Why don't you milk that cow?" pointing to ono in an adjoining lot. "IJecatiao she is dry, miss " "Dry?" "Yes. miss. She's boon dry for two woekr." "You cruel wretch!" she exclaimed, "why don't you givo hnr pome water?" nnd tltH man turned his Ucm toward tho cow houso nnd shook with emotions he could not suppress. Macon News. A Congressmsu in addressing tho IIouso said. "Ah Daniel Webster says in Ills great dictionary." "It was X01I1 who wrote the diction nry,'' whispered n colleague, who sat at the next desk. "Noah nothing," replied tho speaker. "Noah built the nrck." they call "a drink a Tho ulftt-"- I)o (utile, Johti?" Tlio husband "Yoj, dear. Why do you ask ?" The wifo-- "I was thinking that if they did it was rattier strangb that your taking two or three extra smiles nt night should cause you to wear two or three extra frowns in the morning." Tho democratic party carried the country in lSW, nnd went to tho doyll in 189 1. Tho republic!) party carried the country in 181M, and now seems to bo engaged in trying to do the other thing just ns bard aa It can. Why do so many pollticlnnB appear to be fooit? -- Now York Suu. -- Clara "I sue that odious Mrs, Now-ricI wlsn you'd Is here this evening. introduce me to her ?" "Muriel "Why do you wish to know - - h her?" Clara first "So that I opportunity." can cut her at tlio Puck. The Lady I tfhould think n healthy looking man like you would bo ashamod to beg. Thu Tramp It's becoz I'm healthy that I have ter beg, mum. K I had the dispepsey, for instance, I wouldn't trouble myself so much about vittles. Miss I'ruyu Where did you got the design of your servants' liver)? Sash Oh, my ancestors used it! Mlsa Pruyn Indeed! By whom wero they employed" -- Puck. marry you, cau you support me? ' "Darling, let us oujoy tho present and leave tho future to take caro of itsoif." ew York Press. If I :. Rhet Reed, a Harrodsburg nymph do pave, nddicted to tho morphine and cigarette habits, boasted that shu could Binoko a certain number of cigarettes in tho a given time. Sho accomplished feat but sho wont do so anymore. She is dead from tho effects and sho makes tho eighth woman of that character there to end there lives by poison in aa many months. A thrifty Louiavillo uogro charged 10 cents admisdion to Ids wife'd funeral and got enough to pay expenses. Hn did not count in vain on tlio weakness of his Jtaco for going to funerals. Altera most successful run, tho Lex jngton Kxposition will positively cloeo A Quarter Contury Toet. For a quarter o! a century IJr. King's Nnw has been tested jutl Ihc imlliuus who have benefit from it use teitlly lo It wonder ful curative powers in all diseases or the Throat, Cheit and Lund. A remedy that has stood the uuivt-rsH- l satis test so lout; an tna ha K'en r.nqn Dlt-covcreff-ivt'- Alex Moberly sola to John Johnson, Mrs. Dr. Lee HulT.nan, of Lexingof Boyle, five fat cattle nt 2J3. ton, !h tho guest of Miss Dollio Williams. -- M. F. Klkin bought of W. I. Ilerrln, Hustonvillo Iihs been so quiet for of Crab Orchard, a bunch of fat cattle at tlio last few months that tho marshal can't keep in practice and tho police HorstHaresolowlhat most of tho judge had ns well ho out of a job. Wont Missouri thieves have gono to stealing somebody t up an excitement, just for hoes tho Hppoaranco o' the thing! John Anderson bought of various Henry Turner, a colored man living parties a lot of fat heifers and steers at near Mtiledgeville, died from an over, 2j to 2jc. tloso of morphine. Ho was an tiering John Stephenson sold to James with it severe cld and as his quinine nnd of Garrard, live cattle averaging morphine were both in morphine bottles, 1,207 pounds nt f3.S5. ho got tho wrong medicine, which sent Tho had weather has intcrferred con- him very quietly to the groat unknown' siderably with thu lamb crop and it will .Mr. F. 11. Combust, of Caaey, passed bo small in this comity. through recently on a tour. -- The trotting asso cistionnt Vienna, Liberty is to havt a now jnil and ho is Austria, will hang up 100,000 in purses going, with, two otherB of the committee, to Somerset, Danville, Lebanon and Colfor its two meetings this year. In thu list of entries to thu spring umbia to find a model. Ho did not inraces at Oakley, wo notico that Carroll spect our ca'ahooeo because tliey do not B. Reid's stable is largely represented. want anything so expensive. John Kelley leads nil drivers Hint GRAB ORCHARD. have given records nt extreme speed, having tiiree to his credit in 2:00 ;or betWo are now having real April weathter. er after tho severe spell of almost a Kd Oeers has driven six horses to mouth's duration. records of 2:10 or better, including RobKlder Mc Murray, n theological stuert J. nnd Fantasy, champions of their dent from Louisville, tilled tho pulpit in claeees. tho Baptist church Sunday, lie preachMiss Minnie Talbott's tohncco barn, ed a very thoughtful sermon upon "Partnear New Paris, containing 15,000 pounds nership With tho Lord." Mjbs Mollio Brooks has been on the of tobacco, burned. Loss, f'2,200, insursick list for soiin days, hut her many ance. fl.SOO. Win. Beck and son, Thomas, have friends rejoice to know of her couvales-eucrented of Kd McCarly his farm of 318 Miss Mattio Sullivan, who has acriH, lying on tlio Hanging Fork, for been a most delightful vieitor at College $1,000 per year. Home for two weeks, returned Friday to Jam en Miller bought injutiio Kings' her homo in Ml. Sterling. After a provillt section a hunch of fat steers and tracted stay among friends in Ohio, Mr. heifers at 2 to 'Jjc. He also bought sev- Adam Richards returned homo this eral hogs at 3Je. week, finding Ins mother quite ill with II. A. Pleasants bought in tho Otten-hoi- grip. Mrs. Dr. Fayuoand daughter, Miss section a bunch of butcher cattle nt Mahal, made a trip to Stanford Friday. 2J, and sold to John Johnson, of Boyle, Full many were the words we said (ourf-oittloat I5. Wo neither cared lo say, Oeorgo Jones, of Pulaski, bought 0' And many wero the hours that tied Samuel Newell, 21 870 pound cattle nt While we threw words awaj. O, litis misused! O, time miespent! 2 to 8c. He also bought of other, parWithout ono word of what wo meant! tus 27 of tho same class at tho same money. At last deep silence o'er us fell, And though at tirst we bought, Five horses with records of 2:10 or Unwittingly, to break its spell, better ttied in ISO I. They wero Pamlicoi Yet was that silence fraught 2:10, nnd tho pacers Ontoninn, 2:07; Witli meaning more than words can Crawford, 2:07J; Hal Braden, 2:07j, and hold, And in that silence nli was told. Kd Kistou, 2.0UJ. am I am now agent for Wardor, Buah-ne- ll Life! we've been lotig together, A Glessner's New Champion hinder Through pleasant and through cloudy and ask my friends to see it before they wenthpr, buy, W. L. Withers la my ngent at 'Tie hard to part when friends aro dear; Perhaps 'twill cost a sigh, a tear, Stanford. R. D. Bruce, Danville. Then steal nwny, give little warning; A fairly good crowd attended O. J. Choose thine own time, Craig's sale Saturday, but the prices re- Say not " but, in some Farming brighter clime; ceived wero unsatisfactory. Bid mo "Good morninK." implements went low; work horses from Mrs. BaMmuld. 10; heifers $12; corn in crib 27.10 to f 2 15. Tho farm of 104 acres was with, "I do not hesitate, Mr. Stalate," she redrawn at $3,000, marked gently, "to say that you nro a The spring meeting of the Louisville young man of excellent habits, but I am Jockey Club will be a good one, In the yery much afraid that you would spend eight stakes, including tho Futurity of too much of your time away from home." 1S97, there aro 1,271 entries, tho Futurity "Why do you think so?" alone showing over 700 nominations. "Because" and sho yawned a little Tho best horses in tho country aro enter- "you spend so much ti.no away from ed and tho sport promises to bo of the homo now " highest order. Her Mother Don't you find Jack Tho Columbia Spectator wants to rather rough? Priscilla Yes, mamma. know what's the matter with Hindman And yet ho Bays ho shaves every day. m t for Governor. Outside tho fact that anMrs. John G.Carhslo's.Kentucky Cook other Adair county man has already preofempted tho democratic nomination, Book. Tho Queeu it Crescent Route fers its patrons a raru chance to securo there's nothing tho matter with Hind-maat a low price that handsome publicaBut his name is too doucedly sugtion. It is a complication of now regestive lor uso this year. George Times. ceipts never before published. A book A Louisville Baptist woman, Mrp. of 250 pages, containing a careful selecHattio Reynolds, has attained thedistiuc-tio- n tion of practical cookery suggestions to of being the mother of triplets. every housewife iu tho laud. An editi-tio- n Western Recorder. That is tho kind ol do luxe printed on heavy euameled distinction, women generally do not depaper and bound in white vellum, with sire. Ono at a time and a mighty little chrysanthemum desigu on cover in live ono at that Bittiufled tlio average mother. colors witli gold, and in every way a Strawberries areselliug at 25o a piece most elaborate specimen of artistic in Now York and yet they formed a part Mrs. Carlisle has been assistof the desert at tho dinner given byCor-uoliu- s ed in this collection by Mrd. Groyer Vauderbilt to Gov. Morton ami Clevelaud, Mrs. Walter Q. Gresham, wife. Mrs. General Crooko, Mrd. W. A. DudMies Cora Slieep a ley, and other housdkeekerri of equal Sioux maiden, lias uuder tho influence but wo note. The retail price is of civilizttioi), become Miss Cora Bell will send it to nuy adJrcda postpaid, on Wether. receipt of 73 cents. Don't miss tho opA negro preacher iu Oklahoma was portunity. W. C. Rinearson, G. P. A. killed thu other day by his pistol drop- Cincinnati, . O. M ping outjof his hip pocket and explodAny one who has children will rejoice with I. It. Mulfotd.ot Plainvile, N, J. His little boy ing. live years of age, was sick with croup." For two .Mr. Vest's portrayal of tho Senate aa iluvs and nichtt he tried various remedies rccom mended by friends and neighbors. He says: "I like unto a lot of "Muscovy drakes" lam thought sure I thought sure I would lose him. I advertisseen ChainberUin's roused tho iru of some of his colleagues. hadand thought I would Coughit Remedy lat hope as a try ed g-Mc-Osrt- y, e. FIRE A Policy With- - INDEMNITY. "Good-uight,- n. book-makin- g. itKhc-Wood- s, m Unto (lie editor's room he went; bliss; with stairs up strode An interview, a word or came down stairs Ho two-- He and am happy to say that alter two doses lie slept until morning, 1 gave it to him next day and a cure was effected. I keep this remedy in the house now and as soou as any of my children show signs ol croupl give it to them and that is the last of It." 15 and 50 cent bottles for stle by Hurler, druggist, Stanford. Dr. S. G. shares of stock in tlio Richmond National Bunk sold at $120, says tho Register. K I Wait, the 18 year old son of Mr. Georgo W. Wait, pf Somerset, died last week of consumption. He lind been il for n year or more and was an exceptionally good boy. Ten car loads of machinery, valued at 25,000, for tho South Boston Iron Work?, have arrived nt Middlesboro. It is thought that the mammoth plant will be iu operation in 00 days. The success of that other distinguished sou of Stanford as a poet laureate has induced Mr. J. S. Wells, the handsome and accomplished drug man, to ntUEe the muse and this is tho evidence that he too is possessed of the divine afilituE; 'Tia sweet to love, I know full well, But I am free to say, These iivery bills, if I don't watch, Will break me up some day. Not to bo out done, Mr. Peter M. who has evidently kept his tal ent buried, like tho unprofitable servant spoken of in the parable, rises to remark: I'm rather old to go to Bchool, But in pursuit of knowledge, I cau find it nowhere better than By going to the College. Then Ethel Scott, who looks like a poet, talks like a poet and nets like a poet and iu point of fact is a poet, was moved to say: I tnke no stock in Pickwick's man, Nor in his strange advict; Tho women Weller warns against To 1110 aro more than nice. Tlio tiling grew contagious and James IT. Biughman corrugated his handsome brow and remarked: I long have soucht to know my heart, But I have ne'er before Felt quite so certain that I love And shall forKvamore. Dr. Al. S. Price, who has looked more girls in the mouth than any young man in town and made love to almost ns many, then nroso nnd with assumed dignity, sang in his sweet soprano voice: Don't take it 60 to heart, my boys, Try tho plan I have in the past, Make love to all the girls you see, But only love the last. (To bo continued in our next.) Thk Oalkdonian8. After having bill-e- i tho town with flaming placards promising "two hours cf disgust," the Caledonian Society was called to order Saturday evening by President W. S. Burch. After a very appropriate prayer by Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, Mr. J. L. BeezNsy made na eloquent welcome address, which was followed by declamations from Mas-tFrank Lee, James Sautley and Ashby M. Warren, each of whom did hand tnmely and were loudly applauded. Miss Margaret Hughes next favored tho audience with a recitation, entitled "So was I," which was so much appreciated that she was compelled to respond to an encore. Mies Annie Straub, in two well rendered songs, proved to the appreciative audience that she is a vocalist of rare merit. Tho debate, nflirming that 'That is more Happiness in Pursuit than in Possession," was warmly argued by W. II. Shank b and S. W. Menefee for the affirmative; Jas. A. Beazley and Logan Hughes representing the negative. The decision was after duo deliberation, rendered in favor of the negative "Tho Caledonian Secrets," a paper edited by Mr. K. II. Bjjz'ey, attested to his editorial ability aud was one of the best as well as ono of tho most laughable features of tho evening. Tho weather being in their f tvor, tho Caledonians fairly outdid thetmelvea nnd all who attended felt it was well to have beon there. M. Kli Perkins lectured ji few years ago at Hopkinsville. "His audience," says the Keutuckian, "was so very small not over half a dozm people that Col. Al. C ark, who was to iutrodueo the lecturer, lad him to tho footlights and presented him to his auditors ono at a time, introducing each of them by name. Perkins was completely nouplussed. Ho was covered with confusion, declining to lecture, and acknowledged that tho joke was on iiim and ended by inviting ail hands to go with him to see a man. Most of them went, aud Kd has never been hero8inco." As Aba Lincolu was wont to say, this reminds us that at tho last lecture iu Stanford there was aho a paucity of people, which to our discredit be it said, is the rulo instead of tho exception. The hall manager got up to go back to the stove to have it replenished, when iu plaintive tones Lecturer Clarke, wLo thought he was leaving tho bouse, called to him: "Dou't leave, please; I bavn't a quorum now." - Kirby , The Insurance Man, Means a Prompt and Satisfactory Settlement. None but the Best of Companies Represented. You should See Him. TORNADO. u ACCIDENT. LIFE .THE Ships That Pass IN THE NIGHT Arc constantly unloading their cargo at our docks. but the They leave noth-in- h s, Newest Styles and The Best Goods. And at prices you can't grumble at. lowing: The last ship brought the fol- New Calicoes, Ginghams, Fenai.g, New cotlons, new sheetings, new white counterpanes, new rugs, new mattings, new carpets, 40 rugs at new prices. You cry hard timcF, wc cry soft prices. We realize the fact that many merchants have quit buying and that is just why we keep our stock full all the time. loTSee our 5c Ginghams."a A Few More Left Of our winter stock to close. Gents or ladies, if you need Winter Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Blankets, Comforts, Overcoats, Cloaks, Heavy Suits, Boots, Flannel, Linseys, Winter Dress Goods or any thing for winter don't buy nntil you see our stuff. If or We Have it to Suit You, There will be no trouble to buy. We are new receiving Spring goods all winter stuff must go. We will open this week the most beautiful line of White Goods, Embroideries, Laces, En glish and American Percales, Ever offered in this town and we ask all buyers to examine them be. fore buying. We thank all our old friends and many new ones fc r calling on us in our new quarters between W. B. McRoberts' Dn g Store and Dr. Van Arsdale's Grocery, and slml! do everything in our power to please them and all others who will call to see us. ComQ' one, come all. It is a great pleasure to show goods and they can not be sold unless we show them. HUGHES & TATE. Farris & Hardin Dealers in Chinaware, Glassware, Onyx Tables, Lamps, "Water Sets, CANDIES, NUTS AND FRUITS They beat 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. HERE IS THE LEADER!. like 1111' Syracuse Post. mime is poimve-l- v faction Is 110 expenrncni. riKimntred to irive rebel or the monev will lie Buokltn'u Arnica Salvo. relunded. It is admitted la be thu most reliable for cuti, bruises, The best salve for Coughs and Colds. 'I rial bottles free at A. H. sores, ulcers, salt in the woild sores, rheum, fcer tetter, chapFenny's drug store. Largu size 50c andfi. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. It positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is guaranteed to give pertcct satisfaction or money It May Do aa Much for You Mr. Fred Miller ot Irving. III. writes that he refunded. Price accents per box. For sale by had a Severe Kidney trouble (or many years, A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. m with severe pains in his back and alto that his For rheumaU.m I have touod nothing equal to bladder was auecieu. no incu many so caned KldlieA cures hut without anv good result. About Chamberlain'1. Pain mini. It releives the pain a West Liberty. a year ago he began use ol Klcctilc Hitters and soon as applied. J. W. Young, V. Va the piompt relief It affords is alone fuund relief at once. Electric illtters is especially adapted to euro ot all Kidney and I.tver troubles worth many times tue cost, jo cents. Its contiu-ut- d use will effect a permanent enre. and often gives almost instant relief. On trial sale by Ir. S. U. docker, druggist, Stan-- f Price only 50c. lor will provo our statement. rd. arge bottles At A. K. Penny's Drug Stcre. vl.cn ttaby was sick, wo r;nv her CartorK When she was a Child, sho cried for Outoria. When she becama Miss, shu clung to CastorK When she had Children, she gve them Castor!, Remedy in his fam-- l iiins-e- i Colic, Cholerr fin suveial years as occasion required, and always with perfect success He says: "I fiwd it a perfect cure for our baby when troubled with colic I now feel that my outfit is not or dysentery. complete without a bottle of this remedy at hams Mr. Ira P. Welmore, man San Angelo, Tesas. a,ptjaVlnent real estate ha used Cnambarlaln's Over 100 now in use in Lincoln county It has no eqaul. Costs less to When Speaker Crisp said the dem- and all of them giving satisfaction. ocrats had carrie out all their promises keep it in repair and does the work better than any plow made. Tho following preparation has been used with good effect by girle with freck les: Corrosive sublimate, 10 grains; muriate of amonia, 30 grains; almond mixture, four ounces. It should be applied with a sponge or soft piece of cloth at night. This preparation must bo kept out of tho reach of children on account of tho poison contained in it. 1 4BScSk&J fi3J. The Vulcan Chilled Plow. "twgg?5??5?;t' Ft oronatripawavlromhome." tr sale by Or. b. G. Hocker, druggist, Stan-lor- d. he probably meant that they had carried them out into tho back yard and jumped on them. Washington Post. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. FAR- J'-j- f! vmimMfntiM iiiITh "S, K i t T r 1.1 l! & C r. Tub Louisville Critic has an amusing INTERIORJOURNAL take off of the Post's wonderful correspondent, Omega, who is making such wonderful discoveries iu tho political Stanford, Ky January 22, 189.") world in his alleged spin over the Stato. "Omega, Jr-- , has it otralght and chima that it is both "new and true" that tho W. P. WALTON. citizens of "Pumpkin Patch" meten mas-s- o the other night and decided to with-draconboth Clay and Hardin from tho Thk Balary'prnbbera in Congress tinue to get in their work. Not content gubernatorial contest and nominate Hon. with tlu$123a year allowed them for Richard W. Knott, of the Louisville stationery ami stamps nor with having Post, for governor, who will at onco bevoted themselves clerks nt a fancy salary gin to roll up the old time 00,000 demoto be paid out of the treasury, Congress- cratic majority. This is not a bad idea. men are guilty of a further filch. They Mr. Knott is a man of affairs and being tacked a rider on an appropriation bill a reformer with a big It, ho would lift tnetr. the State out of the ruts and place her last week giving the hers, and members elect of, and delegates feet on a firm foundation. to Congress the priv and delegates-elec- t The court of appeals having decided in ilego of sending through the mails, and any mail matter to the case of Martin Norton, of Louisville, under their frank, any government oflicial, or to any person, who was let off from a cold blooded correspondence not exceeding one ounce murder with a fine of fl.OOO and a year not compound the n weight, upon oflicial or department in jail, that he can imprisonment portion by tho payment business. This is the entering wedge to a day for each revival of the old franking system, which of a sum equal to $2 per day of imprisonment ordered, the Cov was bo greatly abuBed, members even is very Bending their dirty linen through the ington Commonwealth thinks it tough that ho will be" compolled to submails to be laundried at home, that it had to ha repealed 23 years ago. What mit to the discomfort and inconvenience nasty jail for a whole year makes it worse is that a democratic Con- of going to a for ouly killing a man. It is bad suro gress has done this undemocratic thing nny Truly indeed must democrats hang their enough. That a man Bhould suffer inconvenience for taking human life heads in shame for the sins of commisBhould be sion as well as omiBsiou of her party seems preposterous. Norton permitted to put up his $1,000 and demembers in these degenerate and evil part in peace. days. RRPUnncAN papers are printing disThe long expected outbreak in HaMr. Kendall waii was precipitated on the night of the patches to the ellect that abandoned tho CongresGth by an attempt to senrch the house of has virtually will make a prominent royalist near Honolulu. It sional contest in the 10th, but a feint of doing so to get the $2,000 in was soon put down, but not until a dozprovided by Conen natives were killed and 200 captured. such cases made and gress. Tin's is evidently a very weak inTne first night Charles L. Carter, who enemy. Mr. Kendall Is was a member of the first annexation vention of the man to give it up in that way, commission that came to this country, not the was clearly and unwas killed. Martial law was declared especially since he mistakably elected. and no vessels allowed to leave. Minister Willis telegraphs Secretary Greeham It can not be calle a waste of time, that tho crisis is over, but at a meeting since it would bo nothing any way, hut of the cabinet called to consider the mat- all the same, it is a useless one, this deter it was decided to send the war ship, voting certain days to eulogizing dead Philadelphia, to tho scene to protect members of Congress. Saturday was American interests. The incident was spent by the House in extolling tho virseized upon in Congress Saturday by tues of the late Mr. Lisle, of Kentucky, Boutelle, Fryo and others for buncombe while the Senate devoted the day to speeches, excoriating President Cleve- keeping the good that Senator Vance did land Secretary of State Uresham, but we from being interred with hiH bones. are glad to report they survived the atLabor troubles are beginning early in tacks of their malefactors. 1S95. Tne striking trolley men at Brook-l- y became so lawless and demonstrative Co., knocked out the The Mason-Foar- d that troops had to be called out, but they orsinking fund commissioners in their der prohibiting the employment of 23 served only to increaee the bitterness of convicts outside the walls of tho Eddy-vill- the strikers. They became riotous and penitentiary. The lessees claimed had to be charged upon several times by that the order violated their lease, and the soldiers, who wounded a number of sued for cancellation of their contract. them. Judge Cantrili orders the board to rescind Tub fate of defaulting treasurer Barthe order and tKe contract stands. It rett Scott, of Holt City, Neb., should be looks like tho commissioners, or a ma- that of all such cattle. When ho was jority of them, are determined to harass found to be a defaulter, a moh of farmers the.lessees all they can, instead of help- took him and that was the last soeu of ing them to perform a thankless con- him till Saturday, when his dead body tract. with a rope around the neck was found in p river many milesidistant. TSomk fellow who wanted a puff from the Cincinnati papers told a reporter that NEWSY NOTES. he had been iii every city of importance Macon, Ga , suffered a $300,000 fire in the United States and Canada and else could eo many pretty Friday. that no where At Dunsmuir, Cal., it is snowing girls be seen on a bright afternoon than crowd 4th street in Pokopolis. The with from seven to 10 feet now on the people in that city of sin and ugliness ground. A dispatch from Peking says that need lay no flittering unction to their All tho Gen. Wei, accused of cowardice, was besouls because of that statement. pretty girls seen in Cincinnati come from headed. A bill has been introduced in the the Kentucky Bide of the river. I ad i mi a Legislature to make prizo fightGov. Buown has granted a pardon to a ing a felony. The ground has only been lightly convict, who did not ask it nor desiro George McGee, who was serving a covered with snow at Mobile, Ala., five it. terra for malicious cutting, ranr times during the last 73 years. dered a fellow prisoner and was santenc-e- d It is now claimed at Lexington that to be hung for it. The pardon is the Catholics had D. C. Logan killed betherefore to enable tho sheriff to execute cause he was such a rabid A. P. A. In two years in North Carolina there the sentence, as without it he could not do so till his first sentence expired. Par- were 123 trials in the courts for murder, doned to bo hung is rather an unusual and there were but three hangings. The populists will hold the balance display of executive clemency and it is of power in the Senate after March 4. not likely to hecomo popular. There will then be 43 republicans, 37 Senator Cullom has again made his democrats and G populists. calling and election sure for U. S. SenaMorganfield, the train robber taken tor from Illinois. Ho received 103 voteB back to Virginia from Ohio on a requi to his opponent 21. This will be his sitiyn, barely escaped being lynched third term, he having been elected first when he arrived at Fredericksburg. in 1883, and it will not expire till March Mrs. Solomon Weidt, of Parkers-bur4, 1901. The Senator has the distinction W. Va., took enough morphine to He kill her because her husband jestingly of having been born in Kentucky. first saw the light in Wayne county, but told her that she was not true to him. his parents moved to Illinois the year af. Attorney General Olney's bill for tor his adont and he has always lived in compulsory arbitration of wage questions that State. between railroad companies and their employes was introduced into the House. A white coward at Vanceburg gave a Mrs. Edward Woolson, of Niagara negro boy $3 to rescue his sweetheart was Falls, committed suicide by cutting her from the Ohio river in which she from ear to ear. Her son killed struggling after having broken through throat himself in a similar manner fivo years the ice, while ho himself stood trembling ago. upon tho shore. The negro earned the The republican members of the money, but if the girl doesn't go back on Tennessee Legislature absented themthe fellow who was afraid to risk his own selves and the democrats were unable to life for her and only offered $3 for her secure a quorum aud pass the contest rescue, she deserves the fate that will bill. await her if aho marrifs him. on a Debs iu likely to get out of LouiBvillo Times, which usually writ of habeas corpus until the supreme Tun court can pass on his cihp, which will strikes centre, puts it torsoly and truly not bo until March 23. His bail will be when it says: In Kentucky we are too f2,000. lenient with murderers and manslaugSamuel McGraw, of Powell county, hters. As Mr. Watterson puts it, we is undertaking to show pugilists someniggers and mora must haug fewer thing new by offering to whip a wild-ca- t judges. We must send fewer ot $23, using only his bare to tho penitentiary, and more for a purse hands. murderers to the gallows Mrs. W. II, Kendall, of Warsaw, We are indebted to Congressman Silas Ind., wa? frlghtoned to death by her Adams for a number of public docu- horse running away with her. A few ......... minutes after the horso was ciught it m. ineuis oi muuu vmu I also fell dead. our thanks. OEMI-WEEKL- Y ff vice-preside- I e five-ye- ar g, Tho Texas Cotton Palace at Waco, burned causing a Iobs of $75,000. Tiffany & Co., the New York jewelers, have a llimnilt ruby which thoy value at $15,000. George Duncin killed his half brother at Williamstown Saturday over a music teacher, with whom both wore in love. Xerxes W. Culbortaon, of Covington, is Btiing Albert Cilvert for $100 for pulling a single whisker from his slim supply. Two children discovered a cavern a short distance from San Luis Petosi, Mexico. It was explored and an iron cheat filled with Spanish gold amounting to nearly $350,000 was found. Speaker Crisp's health has become eo bad that he has been advised by his physicians to leave Washington for the rest of the Beesion. Ho will go to Ashe-vill- e for a rest. MiBa Mary StevonBon, daughter of died at Asheville, N. the O., of consumption. Sho had been Bick since last summer, when she had an attack of pueumonia. Of tho 120 counties in tho Stato 03 draw out raorejmoney from tho treasury than they pay in. Of these tho republican county of Grayson gets f 10,000 more than she gives and heads tho list. As Misses Aillo and ,Nola Norris were crossiug a railroad track near North Manchester, Ind., an engine struck the hind wheels of their buggy, throwing them out and instantly killing them. Tho L. and N. announces low rateB tickets to Florida anil for round-tri- p winter resort points. These tickets will be sold from February 17 to March 20, inclusive, and will be good until April 10. M. Felix Faure, Minister of Marino in the present Cabinet, was elected on tho second ballot to bo president of the French Republic. Faure polled 430 votes to 301 votes polled by his nearest opponent. Gnv Lailoon. a son of man Polk Latloon,of Madiuonville, was killed by a freight train, upon which lie was working as a brakeman. Ho was caught between the bumpers and crushed to death. Sunday's casualty list includes three skaters drowned at Fort Madison, la.; three people killed at a railroad cross ing at Wilkesbarre, Pa , and two girls run down by a freight trrain and killed at Fort Wayne, Ind. Gov. Evans, of South Carolina, believes an Italian bark off Charleston harbor has been violating the dispensary law by selling liquor. If he can get nny proof he declares he will arrest the otli cers and confiscate tho boat. Tho Judiciary Cominitteo of the House decided to reopen thelcaso against Judge Ricks and give him nn opportunity to be heard. It la said that two or three members who voted for impeachment have changed their minds. E. M. Henry, a farmer near Henderson, discovered rich deposits of gold . He has orderwhile digging a ed machinery and will mine it. Other farmers have begun to hunt for the precious ore and a regular gold fever is on. William li. Cecil, an extensive stock trader, of Boyle, died Friday of accuie Bright's disease after a very brief illnefs. He was the eldest son of the late Granville Cecil, and was about 00 years of age He leaves a widow and four grown children. Mrs. F. J. Hopper, ono of the most prominent ladies of Atlanta, Ga., committed suicide by hanging herself. She placed the noose around her neck, tied the other end over tho door and then stepped off a chair. Tho act is ascribed to ill health. -- Company D, of the Kentucky Stato Gusrd, at Lexington, has been ordered to he in readiness to move at once. Tho destination is a secret, but is believed that the troona will bo sent to Mt. Ster of the ling during the investigation lynching of Biair. bill, The pension appropriation amounting to $141,000,000, passed the Senate Friday, with amendments mak-- l ing $0 the lowest rate of pension, instead of $2 and $4, and repealing the law cutting off the allowance of pensioners out of the United States. It is apparent now that Japan will have nothing to do with any peace propositions submitted by China's mediator. Tho little nation has become so elated over its bloodlesa victories that it proposes to push tho war until Pekin capitulates, and China throws up the sponge for good. Col. Coir, the Ohio militiaman, Iipb been indicted for manslaughter because ho prevented a lynching at Washington C. II., Ohio. To be consistent, the Ohio-an- s should indict Judge Buckwalter on his own confession that he has provent-e- J a lynching in Kentucky. vice-preside- Q'llgley, a New York bond broker, has heed amsttd for forcing municipal bonds ttggrrgntitg fldO.OCO, on which ho roalixod $14 000 from the Mercantile) Nitlonal Ihnk of Now York. Greater economy and more revenuo aro tho thltigi needed by the Government now. A temporary arrangement for additional revenue ought to be easily arrived at. In a few mouths the toiiff law as it now stands will probably bring in enough monuv to keep the pubic wheels moving. The big Pteamer State ol Missouri went down in 70 feet of water Saturday afternoon, 75 miles below Louisville', having struck a rock. A hole 00 feet long was torn in her starboard Bide, causing her to (iuk five minutes late r. It is thought that about 10 were drowned. Tho unfortutiietes were lie ro roustaare rebout", though two whith ported missing. The f trainer wna 260 fe't from stern to stern and its intimated value was about $18 000, winch with a freight loss of $10,000, makes n teitHi of about J2,000. EJin O 1 Don't Worry! Yourselves about how wc get hold of goods ?o that wc can sell them as cheap as we do. Wc didn't steal them. Hut just come and take a id take advantage of the low pricct. We have A Special Bargain For The Ladies lam-burg- s. iiu-i- i This week. Wc have just received a case of Dress Ginghams that wc arc going to put on sale in connection with elegant colored 1 l?y coming before Saturday you can secure IO yds of. this Gingham with 5 yds of Hamburg to match for foe. Tis strange how wc can offer such bargains, but wc intend to keep it up. Cotton hose, fancy tops, black bottoms, full length and size For the men, they can all wear pants, when they can be $10. as low as 75c. Dring along McSwittors That's nil right. Tho bought from us in good winter weights object is to kill Dolii-oby thu Miook, another 75c nnd'gct a pair of good, substantial Hlankcts. aud tho $10 is yours. SyraouhU Post, llri'n Up. I Mippow if niifcfoi'ttuiu should oveituku us wo could livo ceiniiurtieMy for a yuu- - or two on money derive! from thesnloof material from fionio e.f your hlteivo? Mrs. Hijinks etiy) Yew, doeer, nildiiiK what we'd get by disponing of the cloth in ilio (.til . nf two or threo of your coats. lJntnelo Courier. (Kimii'-tically- I.'ay to llnVi't. I wish I could got out of paying Dodi-othat 10 I owo him. McSwittor.--i Whyelon't you go up to him with n roll of bills iu your h;ttil nnd say, "Doloii, horo's thnt $50 I borLadies rowed of yon?" McSwnttors lint I only borrowed for 5c. McSwattorsi n HOW'S, THIS :Be : Surprised for ! Hijinks You'l! ! At the cxcelcnce'of thesc'goods such bargains asjihese. wc can't give you Our house is full of Whc you come town again come nnd sec if the money. lit Couldn't 11m .Mt'Mtit It. critio of mankind. "What mnkeftynu eny that?" "He iimdo ti resolution to qui Is wearing nnd bought n fountain ieu u.i tho Mimo day. " WVIiiitKtow-Stnr- . "Tho tiling that Ripfthts lucks is sincerity," remarked tho hlf appointee! MoreGoodsforLessMoney Than any house in town. Irrrlctuiit. Ho I tell 3 on thui I love you She He And I want you to marry mo. She Phhnwl What did you change tho subject for? Chicago Rroord. How nice! How It Cmiih'. An amateur editor has just mado n fortuno by his pen. Ilia father eliod ot frriof after reading ono of his lending articles and left him 5J.0UO. Tit-Bi- LOUISVILLE : STORE, BlS"., STAITFOHD, A. URUANSKY & CO., Proprietois, T. D. RAN KY, 'Manager. Branch Stores: Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, ' Virsaillcs, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. post-hole- Ivory NEW 6oap) It Floats Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, STOCK! Every thing new and the best in every line. Drugs, Books, Stationery. We solicit your trade. Old and New Customers will Receive Prompt Attention and Accurate Service. W. B. McROBERTS, Bookseller and Druggist. - 8P QAMULE ":,.; ! BEST TOR SHIRTS. THC PROCTER CO. CINTL eyAyAyAt Utei Sf r ..SPECTACLES dn 1 h aw-- . y I 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. In Poor Health Brown's Sjkk DANKS, Fitted by Latest Scientific Methods. Examination Free. Wc guarantee to fit or no pay. liuy your Waters, Clocks and Jeiv-elry - from JEWELER. Up to date in Style and Prices. FOOT WEAR Of Every Description. If you are feeling out of sorts, weak and generally exbegin ntoncetak-liithe most reliable strengthening hausted, nervous, have no appetite and can't work, K Kip, Calfand Rubber Boots Men's Fine Shoes in Machine and Hand Sewed. Children's School Shoes. Ladies fine Kid Goods in welts and turns. Courier-Journa- l. jil horse-thlov- ea ..-.- v yards in length, became detached. The three men fled, but were overtaken by the elide and carried into the canyrn where life was crushed out of them. Delawaro inaugurated a Govemcr Tuesday who can neither reSd nor write. For the first time in the history of the State there was no inaugural address, and this Bet tho people to inquiring. Joshua Marvel was the republican can didate last fall, and was elected. Heis) a shrewd business man, but has no education whatever. 200 A snow slide about 10 mileB frcm Kalso, B. O., killed threo miners. As they ascending a mountain near tleir mine, a mass of bhow, 20 feet high and Iron Bitters fm ' teeth, mcdiciiie.whlchis lirown's Iron flitters. A few hot. ties cure benefit comes from the ery first dose it non't ttain your H. J. McROBERTS. pleasant to take. and It's It Cures Kidney and Liver Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, Troubles, 'Constipation, Bad Blood Malaria, Nervous ailments Women's complaints. Get only the Genuine it lias crossed red lines on the wrapper. All others ate sub stitutes. On receipt of two 2C stamps we will send set of Ten Beautiful Wurld'a l:alr View aud book free. DROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD. Is Kocoiving His FALL-:-AND -:- - "WINTER : GOODS. call. yAiyA.,ftJU Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give tnc . .. ?4U.i .- - - - .A.bG ji ,. t -- scvvy 5rf T&SZF" J? SrANKOHD, InteriorJournal Kv., E. C. Walton, Hicks' predictions so far this year have been fulfilled with alarming exactness Six hundred rocking chains must go. Ho mid It would rain on the l()th and Olieaji for cash. Witlirrn A Mocker. and behold it camo witli a ven.Iani'auy 2'2, 1895 and and Huttlo your nrcount. geance. Ho says it will rain I need the money to run my business. again on the 25th and L'Oth, to be follow ed by a cold wave. Business Manager M. F. Elklu. to-da- y Stuhlinu lock bracelets at D.itika. i I f ?- ! Cold Wave. After soveral days of Pi.kask coino in and settle your last PERSONAL POINTS. six months' account. I neod tho mon- sunshiny weather, it hegau to rain Sunday afternoon auij another deluge seemey. J. K. ViinArHdalo. Mn. Q. M. Uooi-kh- , of Louiuville, was ed imminent that night and yesterday. At up Sunday. Tin: mercliantH tell us that thoro wero noon a dispatch :nme, which read ns fol Mr. J. A. Mi'lloiiKiirs, of Oorbin, was more drummers in town last week than low: Cold wave. Mercury will fall 30 h To Sunday. there have been for a year or no. by Tuesday morning. yeahr-da- y KJcixix J. II. Dknnih was hero M. S A J. W. Dauuumin iittvo bought Belling bucKii-BA okntlkman is goiug to eel Ernest M. 0. It. Xasck, of Murcur, wnn hero ol J. N. Menefee his omiiibui nnd they Warren up in business in tho room next will run it to meet the K. 0. in tho fu- to the e last nt'ok with old friends. on Depot street. In Mkp. Annik Jamkh is assisting Miea ture. addition to keeping nil the d lilies, he Until KllerBon in her school. HillSiiankh, n Crab Orchard darkey, will have a stock of books, stationery, M. V. HiuNKi.KY, candidrtto for register was placed in hero last weok to lay cigars, tobacco. Ac, and ought to make a of the laud olllce, is in town. out IIS days for carrying concealud wea- good tiling of it. Give tho young man a John Hhkiht, of Gtaye, enmo down pons, chance. Siturday to Hen his homo folks. Tub city treasury being in tho same . Miib. Jamkh F. Ci'MMisaand Mies Bet-- t It is said that Mrs. Dr. Hsrrod has enunfortunate condition as tho one at e Ddllord aro visitiiiK in Crab Orchard. gaged ex Gov. Foraker, of Ohio, to help Mhs. Will Moiibland ia visiting in prosecuto Vnn Arsdall for the murder of Frankfort, Dr. S. G. Hocker, mayor, to sign a warrant for $1,012.50, Nicholasvillo and Miua Nora Morelaud in her husband. amount due the Water, Light and Ice Danville. Nkwt CitAKi has taken out saloon li- Co. Suit was brought by the concern to Judob J. W. Ai.comnI attending tho cense for the Commercial Hotel at Junc- compel the mnyor to issue the warrant, BjII circuit court, In which ho has a tion City. Had business, my boy; better but Judge Sauiley, who heard tho case 1 tree practice. in Ills sick room at home Saturday, held Ills family stick to your trade. Mn. I'. II. loot, lias moved that the mayor was right. father-Ilaw'e, Mr. from Danville to his Tiik new broom at tho e . is M. White. J. sweeping clean. Jailer DnBorde is havTiik intense excitement produced by D L. You.no, of Pittsbtiig, is upending ing a general cleaning up and he didn't tho preaching of such men as Sanctiflca' a few dnys with his father, Mr. J. S commence before it ' wan needed badly. tionalist Carradiue and hia imitators have Young, at Highland. . bjrne its fruits here and two estimable Tiikiik are said to tie apprehensions at Stanford women have become demented-WMahtiuiso.n Peyton, Kej-- , wan loist master at a grand banquet given by tho Harrodsburg of a mob dealing vengeance are told that the Danville Methodists KnoxvlllelKiilghlfl of l'ythins last week. upon Slieritf ViinAradall for the murder positively refused to let tho "doctor" Mil J. II. Watts, of Harriman, Turin. of Dr. Harrod and that troops will be peach t. ere, which ia but nnolher evifjrmerlyofthiHcounty,WHsherSaturday. necessary to protect him. dence n( ttieir good sense. Batter let all He telln us ho Is proppeiiug in his new On account of Chief of Police Hughes c itirclit-- do likewise or the mad liousi s home. not being able to attend, the trial ol Js. will be tilled with their women. Mn. J. L. IlAfcTiN, now contHcttd with WickcraliHin for shooting and wounding Tiik Hornet, published at Somerset by the Standard Coal Co , near Altamonl, him at Somerset during tho holidays, W. K. Boone, says thnt tho reason it did his been vinting his patents in thin was postponed till 8. not appear tho week before was tho edit county. or was drunk, and judging from n numMn. Al A. Hi'knb Iirr returned from a Kkuit-tkntiof the peacli buds hereweek's visit to friends at Ilustonvilluand abouts are killed," said .Stiiro J, S. Mur- ber of its articles, he is still drunk. For NEW ADVEBTISEUEVTSSomerset. Ho has engaged with M. S. it phy to us yesterday. He ban made a instance this is the way it refers to one of J, W. llaughman. thorough examination, lie says, and la our excellent citizens: "Ethel 8 'ott, bettt r known as 'Soucehead,' was down to see Onk of Danville's pretthtt girlp, convinced that his Htatemetit ia true. Undertakers and Dealers in Furniture, Stanford. 2S. his pa some days since, but wo are truly a favorite here, la the guest of Mies C. L. Hi'iiMAN, Hu eiiergeiii: merchant glad to chronicle that he has returned Julia Hljfgina Mint ;Buo McKoberts. of Somerset, advertises that "he will to Attorney at Law, Stanford. Come no more, Ethel." In Richmond ItegUter. mako n present of 110 to anyone detectanother place it says: "Hex Heid went Mm. IIoi'KIXbu.n and family left - ing him selliug on credit." lie must bo to Hustonville this week to dispose of a Stnu-ord- , to visit in Mtfninslppi and her pretty if he can sell on credvery slick citizen daughter, Mint KlUnbrth HopkiiiBOii, to a JK'- WilU-nt Executor, Administrator and Atilgn-c- . it without Bomebodv's tlnding it out, Waco, Texaf. go to school at of MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. SpfcUl attention Klvn to In a letter enclosing subscription monand n Atto ney and Sale aud Division of Some sensation monger telegraphed ey which jmyn for this paper to Nov.l, 'hi Dr. H. S. Chase, of Junction Cily, InfanU' Lands. the Ixmisvillo Commercial that W. A. Office ou Lancaster St over Supt. W. F. McHa-ry- 's Dr. h. II. Glllitt, of Marion, Mas., nays will marry Miea Carrie Btrties Taylor, of 90 office. Trlbble, Ivjq., iiad attacked the editor of G. 1h nnJ family expect to spend next sum th'iH If you need a Cook Stove and want to buy one that will give perpaper for crediting him with the au- Frackfort, Feb. Mrs. Minnie McDonald, of Wincheshut here. fect satisfaction, go to Higgins & McKinney, Stanford. My wife thorship of a "pome" in our last isjue Hon. W. II. Millku went with Mr. ter, who was on a visit to a Bister in Io- "Bread is the Staff of Irife" bought the O. K. and that whole buckotsful of gore were Jewel and it is a jewel and doeslperfect work. Dan Cooley to Paris Friday to briugBuit wa, committed suicide because her THEREFORE NAVE IT GOOD. only prevented from being spilled by the Mrs. A. Steeniiergen, Rowland, Ky. agairiBt tho Kentucky Central for the had sued her for divorce. intervention of friends. There were killing of hia non, Dave, who waan brak. Miss Lou Baugh, aged 10, left Berea scarcely any grounds for such a dispatch. eman on tho road. Tho amount sued for In point of fact the two are greater for Lexington to attend school. On the Baking U Si.OOO. The O. K. Jewel is the best I ever saw. My neighbors bring their-Bufriends than were Saul and Jonathan or train sho met her lover in the person of Miaa Kllkn 0 wai.it y left Monday on a Powder It. D. Cook, who resides in tho Southern Damon and Pythias aud no blanketv one and'you will be cakes to me to bake on the O. K. Jewel, visit to the'.fanilly of LleuL Walker, of blank "pome" can disturb that brotherly put of the State. He induced her to convinced of its superior qualities. Mrs. Wji. Stone. tho Navel Academy, at Annapolis, Mi',, love which bIihII always have free courso marry him and going to Jellico they had and will upend tho remainder of Hie and bo glorified. the knot tied. winter at that pleaiant resort. Lmicjib-t')- r 9 Mies Minnie Lace, of Tiffin, 0., who lUcont. Elo 0. Clink's lectures on Catholi- was to marry Jeeeo Lumen, decided after FOR SALE BY MiKsxaJKAN and Mauoie Huciiana.n, cism and its tendency to unite church the KUests and clergyman had arrived it nf Crab'Orchard, leave to day to and State in this country, witli the State that Bho loved John Angler better than tholrfcister, Mrs John A. Haldemaii in subordinate to the decrees of the Pope, sho did Jesse. Angler procured license W Louisville and may o wltii her to apend were eye openeis and put our people to and married her rather than disappoint tie rest of tho winter at tho Haldoman thinking on a question that hud not been the friends who had gathered. THE HERD OF brought much to their notice. Tho lecI winter home in Florida. Miss Etna Craycroft, of Mt. Olivet, John Sam Owpley. Jit., Kmi, went to ture to men only, in whicli ho exposed who has twice attempted suicide on acDanville Sunday to ho patent at the t ie lecherous 1ms of the "holy fathers,'.' count of a lovo nflajr, is Aways Reliable. slowly starving oponing of circuit court yecterday. He was startling in the extreme and made herself to death, having refused food for Make the LIGHTEST BREAD, R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, -v bore tho news that Judg SaulUy wafl lo the blood of every one present boil with several days. Poor thing! Why don't SWEETEST CAKES, so a pro tern judge hud to indignation against the men who use ill to attend, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. somebody tell her there as good flab '? ba elected;by tho bar. There aro two or their religion as a oloik for sin of a na- yet in the sea na has everare caught. WHITEST BISCUITS. r Vv32r?i"r "I Uail Tvi,'"i'JjSyJ' been r. M'lfrin'Hi best typst cf Rceisterd murder onsen on the docket this ture so revolting. For Salo by In Detroit tlioy have formed a Bach for judge StocV, ltrecders secured from the beat herds la ieveral different States. Correspondence Solicited. An excellent selection PiiKMoNiTioN. Mrs. Isanc Cowan, of elors' Mutual Benefit and Matrimonial : : C. made in tho peiBon of Hon. K. P. Middleberg, died a few days ago at the Insurance Association. By monthly Jacobs. Dealer in General Mtrchindlse, AXaLOTJ, Mrs. John dues a conjugal trust fund is to be colhomo of her daughter-in-law- , . P. Hubble, in the McKinney section, af lected, ten per cent, of whicli ia to be CITY AND ViniHITY. - Physician and Surgeon, Law, Attorney ter a week's illness of pneumonia. She paid on tho day ofjmarriago to the younK stick pina 2Sc at Danks. Cans ' - -T - must have apprehended an early demise, woman who succeeds in capturing and - fjr a short while before she was taken wedding one of Its members. SriCTACLKs tilted at Danks, the jowelOffice in Ilrlck Huildlrgnear Methodist church, The Richmond Register tolls of tho sick sho came to this place nnd bought A Assignee ' A. A. Warren, I will on or. Office o Lancaster Street, opposite the residence with Hid. Joseph lhllou, on IJanville of Mr. John L Collections rece.ve especial attention. 8S Pike, until further notice. muterial with which to mako n shroud. marriage, 83 ol Stanford Female Tiik Spring She also bought some sheets, saying at Alverson to Miss Maude, daughter of '22. College will beuin Tuesday, Jan. Lose-kaAt 2 o'clock P. M., sell at public outcry the laid out wauted tho time iii in tho lead. Give on them. that shewas then toinbeher usual Col. T. H. Marshall, proprietor of Hotel, Washington. Tho prospec House and Lot on Danville St, She Tiik Wilkinsons aro -health, hut iu leei than a week she be tivo groom is a brother ol Mr. J. M. Al your hair cutting and Bbaviug. In 1895. them occupied by him as a rcaldenco. The tale came ill and in two weeks she was laid versou, of tbia office, and tho Register Nowbe n adc in ftont of the court house, on h will Elegant and exclusive designs for Outnloorand Lancaster Beems to rest in tho garments she had made for says of him: Ho ia well and favorably credit of six mouths, llond with six per cent, Oim correspondent at Is a ten rag eight column democratic newspaper, and In door Toilettes, drawn from Worth .models from dte will he required of purchaser. us. Wont somebody that purpose. Mrs. Cowan, was GO years known here at Ills old home, as a sober, br &iudoz and Chapuis, are an important feature. It contains tho beit of everything coins. HEN1 have deserted 89 J. 11. I'AXTQN, Asaienee. These appear every week, accompanied by miRY WATTKRSON is the editor. from there ? nute descriptions and details Our l'aris Letter sand tho news old, n dovnut member of the Baptist industrious, capable young gentleman. i by Katharine de Forest is a weekly transcript of PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. Ho holds a position in tho government the latest styles and caprices in the mode. Under adopted standard church and an excellent woman. ' Paris has at last I of New York Fashions, plain directions the printing office, n place wliicb Public makes and headparticulars The WEEKLY yet that Lancaster full are given as to shapes, fabtime ami there's hope Muhdkh. Mr. W. L. McCarty waB Printer Benedict did the senior editor of very liberal terms to agent , and gives free pre- rics, trimmings and accessories of the costumes of the paper and may catch up with the procession. I will offer for sale at public air ton In front nt miums for clubs. Sample copies tent free to any of well dressed women. Children's Clothing here Saturday returning from Jellico, tho Register tho honor to say, in a perfour page Premium vts practical attention. A toitnightly Pattern-SheThurm.nd Shell)) Livciy SUM in lunction address. Write to Supplement - where he had beou to attend the burial sonal letter, was givon Mr. Alverson CUT at 10 o'clock on supplement enables readers to cut and i Mil. J. A. Muni) writes from Bonnirmake their own gowns The woman who takes L parents live, that of his brother, John W. McCarty, who upon his recommendation. John started CO. HARPLR'SUASARisprepared for every occaville, where his wife's 29, 1895, ThoCOURIER-JOURNAsion in life, ceremonious or Informal, where beaun nine died from tho effects of wounds received life as a printer In the Register office Ut UISVIU.E, K.Y. tiful dress is requisite. ho hns just been presented with M) Splendid of Sherman Bills. From aud by years of study application to busat tho hands An Ameiican Serial. Doctor Warrick's DaughThe pound boy. ters, by Rebecca Harding a strong novel of what Mr. McCarty tells us it was a very iness and his other good qualities com- Fruit Farm Containing 77 Acres, Semi - Weekly Interior Journal, American life, partly laid Davis,Pennsylvania i in and partly in the tar South, will occupy the last hair Wk must close up our business nnd if unprovoked murder. Billt, who has been mended himself to tho graces of our i . of the year. And The Situated mile South of Junct on City This it a will bo compelled rolling pretty high, since he camo into a you don't pay us, we Mj L dy Nobody, an intensely exciting novel model Congressman, who at onco pro- fine ftrm. There are 1.000 Hughe's Yiigluia Crab by Maarten Maartens, author of ''God's Fool ' l to take other steps to collect tho money. small estate by the death of his mother, cured (or him a place among tho nrmy Ticca and joo fetch Trceson it. Tho Imm is in Wcelcly Courier-Journ- al " the Greater Glor v " etc., will begin the year. ' a hj;u state cf cultivation. Lssaj sand Social Chats To tnis department F. W. HANDMA.V Ae;t., asked John W. McCarty for a pistol he of compositors in the government printYeager A Yeager. for 3 7C mm 86 td Junction City, Ky. Will bo sent one year to any address parers Sr""1?''11 cn!,,b.u,,e her cha'tninEbociety. ou Baid that was in J. II. McCarty'a saloon ing office, during Cleveland's first admin are Doing" in New York W.P.WALTON Address dough-- f Elizibeth Orr, DKATii.-Ba- rah Atuwers to Correspondents. 2 Sttnford, Ky , J. W. Hai chman 83 Questions receive and which bolonged to him. Seeing that idtration. Being too good a democrat, M S. IIaigiimin. the pcrionil attention of the editor, and arc an. tor of Uichnrd Orr, died at his home on ho was drinking, Mr. Me. told him sweied at the earliest possible date alier Iheir re; John's head fell into the basket when GEO. 11. COOPER. It VEAOEK. rheumatism, with heart com ceipt JAS. tho Kith of that he did hot need any pistol now and Harrison went into oilico. As also did Send far Illustrated. Prospectus. plication, aged 10 years. Bills shortly afterwards started home. I'KOrKIETOKSthat of the public printer, Benedict. Last : : The Volumes of the BAZAR begin with the fnn.Ht itiat one of tho most do- - followed him and told him ho wanted to year tho lattor was first Number for January of each year. When no in his old time is rrciitioned, subscriptions will Legtn with & Proprietors of , sirablo homes in Stanford will be sold see him. As he turned Bills tired nt him, position aud John now nourishes with a number current at the receipt ol order. nt 2 r. . boforo tho tho first ball entering the left side near better place than over. May they launch Saturday, Jan. 20th, log, wilt be sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of the heart and the others making los3 their life boat upon a sunlit soa and have Seo ad. In tbia Ibsuo. $j each. Title rage and Index sent on applicstion. - - Kentucky. STANFORD, KY. ntraiiuucti anouiu ue made oy Mondangoroua wouuds. Mr. McCarty suc- a happy journey to the end is the Reg order or Draft, to P. W. Oreen Havre bougat of buggies and his Livcrv bus- eyNewspapers are notavoid chance ot loss. -- Your ISO I dog tax is duo and ceeded in drawing his pistol and shoot- Ister's wish. Notice. horses, wc arc to copy this advertisement iness aud added tow marshal or ing twice, one ball striking Bills' watch II you need livery give uaa call. Nothing but prepared to furnish without the cxpicts ojucr of Harper .V lirothers muBt bo paid at onco to tho turnouts will Icavo our stable. See us must Buffer the The female inytnbura of tho Colorado for rates. In our myself or your dog HARPER'S. PERIQP1CAUS. S and smashing it, the other grazing his FIRST-CLASTURNOUTS imposed by law. G. B. Wenron, neck. The.shooting occurred over the Lenislnturo will eit with their lista oil. Harper's Maganno, HARNESS SHOP l OneJYear find ...$1 CO On short notice. The traNeliujr through You will find a good assortment of Harness, city clerk. us alwas ready and willing to lurnish Drum- Harper' Weekly, lino in Tennessee. Bills was held for Thi j will prevent nay tnlkiu ... 4 oo Wagons, either single or double, or Cain Harper's Uazar, ' "", ... 4 00 Saddles, Ax. Have four ropairmg dona by mer.' further trial, but tho sheriff took him on thoir millinery. of farm w ofal kinds at very LOW PRICtS. The Haipcr's Youtig People our man. he understands hit business. We have a ' Just received n car load plows. Big a trip to Knoxville and other places .... 4 oo boys in and around town will also find u the peodeliveroil mechanic in our Ooiij;ree3m.iti McCroary ple to deal with. Stop with us when in town at wogona and Oliver Postage tree to all subscribers .in the United him to jtil, if in fact lu has Saturday night tin address at u banquet and entertainments and your horse and vo States, Canada and ho took cou'ts BLACKSMITH SHOP. Mexico. be cil cared for reduction in pricea all round. Genuino so at all, which he hadn't nt last ac- given at Hiltimore by tho Maryland Will guarantee first class work and satisfactory hlcle wi Address COOPKR YKAGER 1IAKPKK &HROIHFRS, Beware of done O.iver points only 30 cents. Mcrs House Stable, Stanford, Ky P.O. Uox 9J9, N.y, city, puces. Txy our horse shocr. 3; ((Jonfederato Association. ropaira. J. K. VnnAwdaU- counts. bogus plow If- - . post-oilic- jii n -- court-hous- e ii Denver's police have compollod tho "swaawifc proprietors of a living picture show to drapo the forma divine in blootuors and overalls. y i Tho ladips of Lexington will ndittlo .Dealer In. Washington's Birth.iay, the proceeds to be devoted to marking in Kentucky. the historic Pugilist Robert Filzsimmons has - JfrCZTfj fTK been indicted at Syracuse, N. Y., for manslaughter for killing Con Klordan in a Bparring match last November. Farming Implements, Harness, Hay, It said that n man in Kokomo, who Give him a c.ill when you want to buy or trade. He will baa been married three times is support- Oats, &c. ing three of his mothers-in-laand that treat you right. See his stock and get his prices before you wander they live harmoniously together. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. off to another town to buy. Samuel G. Hotaling, of Fairmont, Mich., killed his wifo and her father and .Our Stock of. mother, and in turn was killed by a Slierill's posse while resisting arrest. Mrs. JelTerson Davis and Miss Winnie DaviB attended a banquet given by : : Confederate veterans in New York in honor of Geii. Robert E Leo's birthday. And Oils is J. E. Uruco shipped to J. 0. Jones, at Pineville, a premium red gilt tho other day Tbia looks like Mr. Jones will combine hog raising with his law pnc. tice. With 1(3 lawyers. 29 doctors nnd 39 And prices the very Lowest, quality considered. We can save you saloons, Owensboro manages to keep fairCome in and see. ly comfortably healthy and money on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. c imperatively sober. OA'ensboro Mia- 8inger. Tho Atlantic steamers which mako the voyege now in seven dnys or under burn from 'JOO to 300 tons of coal daily, making tiiis item of expense over Sl.oOO every 21 hours. The State Board of Equalization, appointed by Gov. Brown, consists of B. D Hingo, of Hartford; Hancock Taylor, ol Louisville; John S. Phelps, of Lexington, and L. 0. Pritchnrd, of Sandy Hook. John V Lovely, - ! "0, wb found dead in his bed at his home in Paris. He was born in Georgetown, D. 0 , nnd We offer a iarge line of nice patterns below actual cost. An opserved as Postmaster at Paris, under six in Furniture, Chairs, &c. We must presidents, having been first appointed portunity to get big bargains have room, if low prices will make it. Give us a call. under Fillmore's administration. B. K.Wearen, I FnBS-TratiBcri- pt HjX Buggies, .. Carriages, Carts, wagons, &c. Drugs, Books, Paints LARGE - WELL SELECTED. G. L. law-abidin- PENNY, Exr. WILL -P- APER. Clearance Sale. &. - ys WITHERS HOCKER, Wallaoa t Varnon, Fii-di- y Kentucky. Stttl-Ti-n- UP TO DATE COOK STOVES ! t- e, bus-bin- d Ballard's OBELISK Flour & y vi-- HIGGINS & MeKINNEY. BLUE-GIUSS Duroc Jersey Red Swine f fthreu m m tA -- J. FXiOH,:31TCS, Stanford, Kentucky. W. S. BTJUCH, J. H. B M ,D., Assigtiss's Salo. Stanford, at Kentucky. Stanford, Court-House. Kentucky. new-io- Saturday, January 26th, m THE WEEKLY GOURIER JOURNAL Harper's "Weekly rt 1 J JARM FOB SALE i Tuesday, Jan'y. 1 COURIEIl-JOURNA- L re-c- e m et M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- iw. court-houB- T LIVERY, FEED STABLE, Stanford, first-cUs- SALE Yeager & Oooper, Livery and Feed Stable, Post-Dic- e s pen-itUi- public-wil- lirl-dl- cs, implo-menl- s, ba-fo- re 1 f . Vrf ? yagTyy aiRAfa(!i .,j rMMtttTIt V. . ,,. riiiniiMjwai?irfl":'iiriiiwriiiii.iiii s "" ' im i ii I 11. il" n. H Semi-Weekly Interior Journh AT Published. Every Tuesday and Friday S3 3?BJR. YICA.1t not sopaid IX ADVANCK will be charged.- (rWhen 3.fjO K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Rowland ai 7 too a. m., returning at 5:20 p. m. L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Nj. No 7 No. a3, No, is, 6, 1. Train going North " ..... " " South " v . " " 11 31 laspiu P 37 P m : 3jam QUEEN & CRESCENT.1, Trains pass Junction City as follows: No a North t No. 1 South f. ' 4 " I a 15 urn ...1.30 pm " ... 3 ..3.15 am j.3opm "' 6 " s .. o 00 a m 10 .. 8 40 pm 9 f Do not Stop . DsxtisfPf m fflfoirfey Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wall Street, New York. ffTv? la a Befreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, A stylish Hair Trimjor Clean Shave, go to ofe ..For a. TH Cook & Farmer's Barbor Shop. KVCTaHI-- M l7n " WI COPYRIGHTS. PATENT? For a CAIV OHTAIN A rrotnpt answer and an bonost opinion, write to fll UN N fc CO., who have had nearly Ally years' experlenco In the patent business. Communications strictly confidential. A Handbook of Information concernlne 1'utriitn and bow to obtain tbem sent free. Also a catalogue of mechanical and sclentlUo books sent free. Patents taken through Munn A Co. recelTO special notice In the Scientific Antcrlrnn. and with-othus aro brought widely betnrethe publicpaper. cost to the Inventor. Tbls splendid Issued weekly, elegant ly illnst rated, has by far the lamest circulation of any scientific work In tbo "world. 83 a year. Sample coplos sent free. a y ear. Slnglo Building Edition, monthly. nples. Via cents. Kvcry number contains beauof tiful plates. In colors, and photographsshow new the bouses, with plans, enabling builder to designs and secure contracts. Address latent MUiN & COm Htvr XOBK. 301 Buo.ADW.AT. tJ-S- lrfi ut John B, Cattleman. A. G. Lanhata ROYAL insurance Company OP LIVERPOOL. BARBEE &OASTLEMAjN MANAGERS, Commerce Building, LouiBville Agents throughout the South, W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Ageui, STANFORD, KY. San.Frjinciseo. Portland World's Fair Record. CHICAGO VIA -- ,.--- . r..'-rt- T: m, ?r Erro?"? r rroQC3T" (5LtJL,'""l,t NtwAlBAm CHICAtO Rt iq- - PULLMANSAND RUNNING E. H. BACON, PARLOR CARS. DINING - CARS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE WRIIEJTO D. P. A., F.J KKED.G.P.A Chicago, 111 Louisville, Ky. 8t. Paul. ..IK Denver. you ARE GOING R 3NTOHTH THE WEST, LOUISVILIC 4 NASHVII IE R. R. Is the line for you, as ita Daily Trains Double close connections at Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. "'KoIu&HPkd through roranrinrorionrecf O- - V. A. McQUOWN Tmv. Pass. Agent, Junction City Ky Stanford, Ky strict adhorenco to thoso rules you may bo Riiro of success. Tho proprietors of theso dyes havo also issued n book which they call "Succos,ful Homo Dyoing," FOR WOMEN NEW OCCUPATIONS by tho uso of which any woman of orWHO SUPPORT THEMSELVES. dinary ability could learn to do this work well. Tho book, besides tolling how JlcmseUrepInt; 1'or n Short Time Homo to dyo cloths contains many useful hints which could certainly bo turned to vory ."Millinery nuil Unking Specialties In Scupractical account, such as directions for tum Mctitllng mid Wattilng Curtains. coloring straw hats, ribbons, feathers, Escryilny Work Tor llrlglit Mlntl. window shades and other useful articles. After a careful Htudy of this book, which Copyright, 1S95, liy American Press Association. is issued free, any woman could add to her advertisement for washing and ironing, "Homo dyeing carefully aud successfully dono. " A woman with n family which keeps 3Bi I Y Wj.va'.v;awAnTJ her from going out to work may find ttz ?z'. vnr i? I' .H. profitable employment, if sho bo a thoroughly good cook, by doing homo baking to order. Many womon who do their own work would bo glad to bo rolioved b y of a part of tho baking if thoy could get N THESE days, genuine homo baking dono for them. In wlion it is necesaiv other cases whero holp is kept there aro J : j for so nuy who often times of extra work on tho arrival p hrtvo nover boforo of company, when it would bo a groat iX-ueen wago earners convenience to bo ablo to givo an order to turn tliuir talents for a cako or n salad, baked, beans or a into markotablo meat pio with tho assurance that it commodities, mny Would bo good. women aro asking and asking with Many leading grocers ia" our largo earnestness, "But what is my tal- cities, too, keep on hand a supply of ent?" A very great many of homomado cakes, all baked by ono womhnvo only tho ordinary education of an upon whom thoy can roly. tho homo, so far ns preparation for work Two things aro requisite neatness is concerned, with no special training and tho uso of first class goods only. in nny given Hue, and toliom tho quesTho woman who is skillful with her tion is a serious one. But oven to them needle can nowadays dovolop a fow there nro positions open, many of which specialties, and advertising theso can aro often overlooked and for which thoy attract notico which an oidinary adveraro already preparod, and there aro other tisement for sowing would not attraot. positions for which thoy may easily For making infants' outfits somo caro-fu- l themselves. Tho first of tlioso I preparation is necessary, but it may wish to mention is housekeeping for a bo easily acquired and without cxpciKO. short time. Tho foundation for this preparation Thcro are many mothors who would must bo tho ability to do finohaud work, oftenpr avail thcmsolves of n needed such as dainty hemming aud hemstitchrest and chango did thoy know" of somo ing, fancy applied stitching and at least thoroughly roliablo person who could plain embroidery. For tho special preptako chargo of tho homo and perhaps tho aration visit tho mothers you know children for a phort time. Many wom- best for tho latest and host suggestions en advertiso for permanent positions as thoy can givojou, nnd then visit tho housekeepers, but wo nover r.eo an stores and oxamiuo tho baby outfits thoro onient for such a position by tho shown. week or month. Hand work Is now given Besides tho times of going away preference over machine niado embroidthere aro busy times in every mother's eries and laces in tho wardrobes of tho oxporiencowhen thero is a largo amount littlo folks, and tho greater your proof sowing to which sho iuut give her ficiency in this lino tho moro highly will attention, or thero is company to bo en- your work bo prized. tertained, and at such times sho would A dressmaker might add to her adverbo glad to bo reliovod of tho housekeeptisement for sowing, "Making over of ing duties. Then thero urocwesof sick- dresses a specialty." That wo havo to ness in which a mother would rather inako over our dresses wo all acknowlhiio a housokeeper than n nurse. Theso edge, with a sigh nearly all of us at would bo opportunities for tho transient least and tho sowing girl who would housokeeper. courageously volunteer for such work In somo cases theso positions would would bo duly rowarded with tho work. mean tho actual work of housekeeping Thoro aro methods and methods in every whero tho mother does her own work. occupation, and this applies even in tho In other cases it would mean simply tho making over of dresses. You may not caro and oversight of tho houso. In bo ablo to reach tho extromo of economy cither case it means, in just sofaraspos-Bibje- , gained by tho individual who advertised, taking tho mother's placo,, and "Largo slooves made from small ones thero aro women today wondering what without tho oxponso of now material," thoy can do who aro by naturo qualified but yon will gain many ocouoiuical and for just such work. Tho work requires nsoful ideas when you turn your attenpatience, for thoro aro no two house- tion to making over. Another equally holds managed just tho samo, no two profitablo branch of this work is tho families of children aro by naturo or making of suits for littlo boys from tho training just alike, and tho ono who partially worn aud discarded suits of goes from homo to homo must bo able to tho older members of tho family. This, adapt herself to different surroundings with a good pattern, is an easy matter and to koop herself positivoly from all to do well, despite tho prevailing belief forms of gossip. to tho contrary. Tho very homeliness of A position which a young girl might tho work commends it to practical womsatisfactorily fill is mother's assistant en of i)ll classos. Thero aro many girla who havo beeu An advertisement to this effect would well and carefully trained by their eervo a.s a good beginning: "Wonted mothers who cannot tako entiro chargo Sowing. Tbo plauuing and making over of housework, cannot do all kinds of of clothes for women and children a spesowing, and so havo felt incompetent for cialty." either kind of work when tho uecefcsity Many persons send their curtains for earning money aroso. But why not away to bo cleaned or laundered, and advertiso for a placo as mother's assist- when ready to hang them aro in despair ant? Oh, I know so many mothers who becauso of tho undroamed of rents in would bo glad if they could find 6omo their surace. Theso they repair with ono who did not havo a "specialty" and what skill thoy may, but tho mouded draw tho lino there, somo ono who spots aro always conspicuous to them- would bo willing to help thorn with tho solves at least. housework and with tho sewing and As tho cleaning or lanndoring of curthen, too, with tho childron. Of courso tains brings a good prico, a woman at a girl who does all theso things must of homo could afford to wash aud mend necessity be, to somo extent at least, a them at tho usual rato for cleaning nil- part of tho family, and so n girl of good less tho curtains wero so old as to character and good family is required. a largo amount of mending. Tho Perhaps you think such a position curtains should bo mended before washwould mean hard work, but this is not ing and looked over again after washing necessarily so. It is easier to work at a for additional rents. Thoy should bo variety of occupations than to keep dried by stretching and not noned. 6teadily at ono kind of work for tho Holes should bo mended by replacing samo length of timo, and with a thoughttho placo ROiio with net or whatever ful and reasonably kind employer such matorial is nearest liko tho body of tho a position would bo much moro agrco-ablcurtain, and upon tiiis dam, embroider than working alono in tho kitchen or braid tho missing pat tern witli as or sowing room all day. a reproduction of tho original as posTho very fact that such help is raro sible. Practice will mako perfect. insures you woik if you will but accept To bo ablo to do 0110 thing and to do it. it well is becoming moro and moro tho Tho occupation of millinery by tho day test for obtaining work in our modern diffors from thoso just doscribed in this civilization. Let that ono tiling bo what important particular that it requires it may, if it is useful and well dono it tithor a natural aptitudo or an especial is suro to meet witli success. training, perhaps both, bnt doubtless Junnii: D. Cowlks. thero aro many who aro adapted to this woik aud aro quito capablo of doing it Scrapliook Tor n Child. with hatisfaction who cannot obtain Horo is Tho Household's plan for a work in any htore, at tho present timo at scrapbook for a child: Cut from silcsia least. In this advertiso for of various colors leaves that aro about places to do millinery work by tho day 12 incites ono way aud 21 inuhna tho or to trim hats at t reatonablo price, other, and either bind thorn or pink each at homo? Many women havo good with a pinking iron. Cut out your colsuaierial stored away which they would lection of pictures nicely and pasto bo glad to u.so for themselves or for tho them with reading mnttor totlio eilosia, young girls of tho family if they could using Hour pasto. Leave a spaco of an havo tho work douo at a rato inch down tho center of cadi leaf aud and without tho additional uxpenso placo ono ovor tho other; then stitch which is suro to accruo if tho work is thorn together through tho center of tho douo at a millinery establishment whero inch spaco that was left. "old material" i3 always regarded witli Thcro aro many littlo poems and short contompt. If you understand tho trado stories that aro finely illustrated in tho and havo tho "knack" of trimming children's magazines, which, if collecttastefully, stylishly and with duoiegard ed, would prove a mino of wealth and to what is becoming to tho faco of tho troasuro for tho children on rainy days wearer, your new modoof puisuingyour or whon thoy aro recovering fren r"iao vocation will bo suro to meet with ap- illness and want to bo read to. Such a preciation. book would mako a valuable presout to With tho dyes that aro now sold by a children's hospital. all druggists it is so easy a matter to do successful dyeing that I havo often wonOno of .Man's Wnjs. dered why somo enterprising woman Why is it that a man cannot sit in did not add that ueful branch of work his office any longth of timo without elto her proeut employment. I know of evating his feet on his desk or sticking women who tl.ink but httlo inoru of thoin on tho rounds of his chair? Womdyeing a piecoof goods than they would on who do oilico work and havo to sit of washing it, and thoy invariably ob- lougor at thoir desks never resort to cigood results. tain With thoso dyes ex- ther, not oven whero thero aro no men. plicit directions tiro given, aud with a WOBKTIIATWILLPAY a 111 1 Ofi One te .Ho Couldn't riml tlio rinr-Kthat rUK OALti, new, Fairbanks "Well, boys," said old Boh, "I do iliaw 4,ooo lbs. 'lhoMi wishing to puichajo will Stai.ford. John S. Illedsco not know why it is hut as a matter of pleas call en me at Twnlarco fact I mil n minded of an old timo stoiy STflRR ROOMS in Stanford,brick ones for sale of an old timo ignoramus that is, only or wit, '1 hey are rn Mn Mrel, In tho principal Mia M J Mll.LrU.Maniord. bo far as school Uniming goe. Ho was block ji an old gentleinrn of tliontuio-- t intcg A. S. rity of character, but keen ns a lniir i. all business matters, who from lack of SUROKON DKNTISI early education soiwtini'S mmlo sml Jftcuoter McKobsrts Drue'Storo in Ihe Almistakes in his use of tl mgiin;,' lluildlng. si. pj nig, he Stanford. though largely eiiiS!i 1 was profoundly ignornnt of goograyny. "Ho enmo ono day it wits i Nfv. York with a letter in Lis h.md, which I will kino the above reward lor the atrcst aud ho had just received, ii.to n"i i;ib..r.i..iv to s eath.it of the cenvic.tn.11 ol tho tliHNcs who broke intomystuie office, and d in Stanford on the lughtol Dec S II. SHANKS. It .s pro.uptly unMediterranean. S4 rolled, and after sprinting a loug time in apparently unwitixfanoiy cxai.itna I tion tho curiosity of tho president or At my it ire jou wilt find one ol 'ho finest tho ofllco was excited, and hu offered his slocks of Millluiry and Kmbruldcry Material ever to asist him in his trouble. aid to Stanford, lhave paid cash for "'Why,' said tho old gtsiitlonmn, 'I brought them lor cash, so low that you my goods will te and sell havo just got a lettor from one of forced to buy Irom mo. An examination will conwho statos that ho M o.ivri vince )ou and ou aie Invited to make It. onced a violent hurricane and MKS. A A Mc KINNEY. Kow, I put in great jeopardy. know Great Jeopardy is a port in the Mediterranean, but I can't find th plaguy place on tho map.'" Boston I dtiite tocall your atlcutlon te the fact that Herald. am ready to serve you In I)in .Matins many h Wagon, nearly 11. KING. O.H. : We now has e a full line ot General Merchandise, At Ihe Lowest Prices PRICE, And would call the attention ol ladles to the fact that Mrs G II Prmtt is selling the latest styles In Millinery : Goods, Cheaper thin thoy can be bought .elstwlitro. Produce same as cash. 1 t?50 REWABE. m Wanted, 100 Barrels of Corn. king .v 1'Rurrr, More land, Ky To Tlao Xiadies MONUMENTS- Git ANIT12 and MARBLE. J. KARINS&CO., lluitdrrs from original dnlgns and best material and workmanship Olllce 3j Third Street, Louisville, Ky. arannd Work Shops, MmtpWhrr, vetment aud Carrara, Italy. Longenperleuee, original designs; salisfactien guarsuiiTu fo K ooimc-quontl- y TO THE LADIES. it,lt. I 1 tor-ribl- o these-worn-o- pro-par- o I.lf.'it Wlilrllcli:. Interested friend Anil your boya tiro all cducatod and gouo to thomselves, Mr. Jones? Jones Yes, all in porfoshn'l lifo in tho city. Interested Friend And who's working your great farm? Jones Woll, I've- got three fcllors tryin t'work ft, but maklu mighty poor fists uv It. Interested friend Whuro aro they from? Jones Porfoshn'l nion 't starved out in tho city! Cleveland Plain Dealor. - take ihe best fashion Journals ainl all ladles shoull wear. ami kced posted on Come in and give me a trial rncaicai.unahle 1 employ none but tirtt Class help MISSMAkV II SMITH, K.spectlully, Stauford, Ky 77 6m ht JlSS J T JONM, MOK TONES BEOS, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Paint, hsllmaiea frinnd for painting Wood, Metal and lion Ktiifi Satisfaction Guaranteed. All lools painted wilh Dean's lllack Diamond Paint guaiaiilctd for years. Dealers in belt els. tern Pumps and Galvanurd Iron hitters. 67lm Sole J. B. HIGGINS, , ., prepnetor Dean's lllack DlaoonJ Stanford, Ky. Roo Dialers a . All Kinds of Coal, Stanford, Kv. THE 1ULEY HOUSE A Treat Foi The Ladies. HlL.EY,kiroprlotor, K. 11. Ill Trouble. 'Mist Moore will arrlvw October tsl, with everything that is new and iiubbj tn the way ol Fleas call and examine my stock befer buy 1 hanking ing My puces shall be thelowes you for past KAIL l)t DDLKAK. Manager. ad-vert- ic Ouppins Hillings, you look as if you had been losing sleep. Billings (whose room Is just abovo a music teacher's) I havo. I sutler untold misery at night from chronic gui tar. Chicago Ilecord. (irrt'iiroom .Vint London, - - - Kontuoky. ti. ' ; ,icparsd than vr to accommodate th public, Jood Livery attached and .very convenience Give tn a call. TRANK RILEY, I have moved to my pew Hotel and am belter tho-rightf- nltlr. MISS LOU ELII01T, TBAINED NURSE, STANFORD, KY. P O. PO i , D. S. At the n CARPENTER, old stand ol J II. Green in IBS' JUL A mt WE) S Hustonvillo, ilasJo.lt rcccitrd Vnd - - Kontucky. of a beautiful tin IlnrKRK.icrs !i. I alley, I')tsn ii ll Surroys, Phaetons, Buggic8,&c. ' Furniture and Stoves. f Big : Four : Route. NI) KAsT. !P ( ' lJ ill IIKST LINK TO THK NORTiI Genuine Oliser Chilleu Plows Step in and see a nice lined Rocking Chair, and furniture. Moves I krapcr lLau ever before. Lltrry Stable and lllacksinllh Shop Fer Kent. All lines Irom the South make direct connec lions in Central I nion Station, Cincinnati, with through trains ol the "Uig rout to (. hlcrgo, St. Louis, Indun.poln. Columrut, Clorl.nH New S crkand llottun V'or lull infoimatiou call en Dfiest agsnlor address He suro The Myers House, P. W GHEKN, Prepnetor. li, t V r i ,' 1 U 1 )our tickets read via "Dig Four.'' E O. MrCOKMACK, Pass Trade Mangr "Etholis such a dear creature, but she has ouo fault. Sho is terribly stuck on her shape." "I think most of tho sbapo is stuck on hor." w 'JU I I). II. MAKTIN, Orn. Pais and Tkt Ait. Cincinnati, O. Stanford, : : : n Kontucky. Ky. Midland R'y, Only Direct Line between I an still running this Hotel and will continue tt give my goetls th iiililtit all.D. 'innas well as Ihe best the mstket sUunls. Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest anJ quickest between Special Attention to the Traveling Public. j I I o ox-a- ct OF STANFORD. KV. Ask lor tickets via Kentucky Midland, Trains run by Central Standard Time. Tm.eTablj Dec y, 1844. No. 1. No 3. No 5 N 7 THA1NS EAST. p. m. a m. p in m. Sjo Lvt Frankfort A jo 415 700 S 35 .. .... 7 it " Klktorn 140 440 Attention of th public is invited to Ik fat 13 " Stamping Oround 7 S 3 eo 93a that this is the only National Hank in Stanford " Georgetown-.!!- ... taoo 47 7 545 Under the provisions of the National ftaok Act t? s jj 1005 Arr. O. S. Derot 330 depositors ar. secured not only by tha capital 753 Office on Main Street, Opposite the 8 30 " Pari ......C 4)9 stock, but bv Ihe stockholders liability lor aa amount equal to the stock, so that depositors 04 of $400,000. TRAINS WEST. No. s. No. 4. No 9 No 8 this Institutional secured by a fund of th bank five sworn statements of theconditwn ! p in. a. m a rn ar tnada each yearto the United States gov.r-rasLve Paris . C 3 J 9 45 and Its assets ar eiamlned at stand time, ' C.S. Depot.. .1037 641 1130 My stock of Millinery aud Notions Is kept con" Georgetown II 1040 643 5$ it 3s by government agents, thus securing addilitona and perfect safety tn depositors. stantly complete by weekly purchaics and jou I 03 " Stamp's Ground 10 ;o 617 703 This institution, originally established as tbs 11 Klkhorn n 16 71a 645 40 can always find what you want I Invite )0ii to s 00 Deposit Hank cf Stanford in iljl. then Arr Ftankf.rt-73, 71 113a call and insrect ued as the Nancsal Hank ol Stanford in 1S63 and Leate Frankfort 8 30 a rn ; arrive at Leatngten again re organised as Ihe Hint National Dank ol MISSLICCIE BEAZLEV, Stanford in 1M1, has had practically an uninter10 43 a m. Stanford, Ky. arrive Cincinnati at rupted esistenceof s years Ills better suppliad Leave Frankfort now with tacilitlesfortraniactlngbusiaess prompt 10 so a tn. Lease Frankfort a. 30 p. in.; arrive Cincinnati ly and liberally than b.lor. in its long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fidup. m. 813 SUNDAY TRAINS. ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-leWst Leave Georgetown 10:37 A. M.; arrive Th Directory ol this Hank is composed ol at Frankfort 11 30 A. M. Kast Leave Franklort J'31 P. M , arriio at Korestua Rwd, Lincoln county ; Georgetown 3 S P M The .New S. T. Harris, Llncsln; Leave Frankfort J 30 p m ; arrive Cincinnati J 11 Collier, Lincoln; 6 15 p. m Leave Cincinnati 7 30 a m ; arrive Krankfsrt J. W. Harden, Stanford; 11 30 a in. S.ll. Ilaughman, Lincoln; The Kentucky Midland Railway and connecKy., J.K. Mocker Stanford; tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all " W. A.Trlbbie, Stanford; Is now In full oneration. and invite the attention points South, Kait, Vrrth and West. For further information apply to their agents. M. li. Elmore, Stanford; of the builders of Lincoln county to its material, C. D. IIEHCAW. Gen Pass. Agent. Note superioi workmanship and low prices. T. P. Hill.Stanford. GEO. 11. HARPER, Itec rfi. tie Supt K, L. Tanner, McKinney; Frankfort, Ky M J Miller, Mt. Vernon' J S. Mocker, President; Perfectly clear poplaror cllnw pine flooring at John.J. McRoberts, Cashier; fipci hundred. As low as $1 50 per hundred, A. A McKinnry, Assistant Cashier, l'eifcclly cltar yellow popht wmther boarding at to per hundred ft o tier hundred. As low .1 Allpattcrns and thlckn(iet(it Coiliuz In yellow AND pine, poplar, chettmit and ash, as low as Ji 35 per Ic dressnl lumber as low us per hundred Imil hundrtd. Ktautiful ellow pine finishing lumber quarter oak, Si' Save noi cy by giving us you. SB, W. B. PENNY, Stanford, Ky. Frankfort, Gcorprotown and Paris, Carlislo, Muysvlllo, Oynthiiinu, Falmouth and CovinKton. FIRST NATIONAL BANK CapltalStock. Surplus Dentist, .8200,000 21,300 j I'oat-Olfi- TO THE LADIES nl 1 A. 7am, TO THE CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. cr d. Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Mill, 11 SOME OF OUR PRICES: 1 NORFOLK RAILROAD. SOLD TO oideis 73 em THE LANCASrKk PLANING MILL, WESTERN TICKETS Farmers Bank&Trnst Co Of STANFORD, KY., Isnowfullyorganuedand ready for business wits. Lancaster, Ky IN RIDA- - mf-onabl- fawQHLEMSj Capital of $200,000. Surplus, . -'- OOO. C ALL POINTS: SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, DANK OK STANrORD, WISCONSIN, Now closing upl with the samt assets and undai tho same management. MISSOURI, KANSAS, Hy provisions of its chatter, depositors are at fully protected as aie depositors in National NEBRASKA, COLORADO, Hanks, its shartholdets being held individuals liaolctothceatentofth amount of their therein at the par value thercol, 10 addition stock ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, amount invested In auch shares. It may acta! , TEXAS,-- !n"nd,,"dual.n"n"lr",0r' Ul"tee' - " ful1' M Paid-up C- 'HE WEST, H0RTH-WE5- T, 50UTH-WE- S1 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE To those who entrusted their buisiuess to us while muaglngth Lincoln National Hank ol iVnlt it,.'-"'.- !!' mnv thanks and eontlnue t0 tiansact their busine! , ,. ' oMerlnC a guarantee for prompt atun-tlo-n to same, our twenty yeara' oaperience II ''"'""ommodatlon. a, are sistent sound banking. Jh ' ,end"'f "tf' Superb . Vestibuled Trains NORTH AND EAST. 'UUMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, SLEEPING AND DINING SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS CARS READ OVER THE bikictors: FROM CINCINNATI To Lexington, Chattanooga, Birmingham, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon and Jack sonvllle. Through Sleeping Curs to Birmingham, Columbus, Albany, Knoxvllle, Ashevllle, Jackson, Vicksburjr and Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleeper, Cincinnati to Loj Angeles and 5a n Francisco every Thursday. Direct Route to the Southwest via New Of leans or via Shreveport. 3 DAILY TRAINS TO CHATTANOOOA Send (or Literature and Time Tables. J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; . H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owiley, Stanford; S J. Kmbry, Stanford; J- VORFOLK0WESTERN CHEAPEST, BEST AND RAILROAI QUICKEST LINE. or tn M. T. BRAGG, Writo for Kntos, Mat. 'omphlcts, to any Station W. B. PCVIIL, A Titno-Titblo- j, H Owsley, Stanford; J. F, Casti, Stanford, William Gooch, SUnlord; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevill As-'t- , LLC N ta'll'M's'raU Bimokk,. Dl. uiu Mia, P.rr o.ll. HULL, '? I H Trairll.n I'im. Af ii(nokt,vi. Shanks, Dr J 'U. Owsley, Cashier, W.M. Bright, Teller ," Cu,nmln. President K rrcachersvtll