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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895012501 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. VOL. XXII. emi Weekly Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 25, 1895. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. rVIDDLEBURG, NO. 82 SECURITY. -- WILUAMSBUnC, WHITLEY COUNTY. Glliony is rejoicing over tlio G. G. Winn wns liejo most of lost into advent of n now boy. week In tho interort of the Maccabees. -(- iorK tins eold his lionee A compromise between tho comhat-! mid lot to G. Monroo Hrown for $860. anls has brought penco nnd- tranquility Tlio lutoly uiectod jailer, K J. Cox to tho town of YoHomite. fnilin to muko his nppoaranco nt tlio A great big girl arrived nt Nelson propor time to bo qimlifled, the olllco Wilcher'H Friday night. And James Gib. Hro. Ilonry will prnc- - whs declnrud vacant, ntid John T. Mm of GoorKotown. onoy and wife are the proud father nnd if .1 ttnu lt..nl..l .. to nilt mo tlco law. ...00,,(,umu. vacancy. mother of a bouncing boy. AH nro doMrs. Hello Stone has moved her A protected meotiiiK will coiumonco lino Coulter. attho Bnptiat church nuxt Sumlny. Rev. furniture establishment from 0... l.i ing well, oven to Grand-piHev. G. 0. Smith went to Liberty V. A. Horrtin, of Mlddleboro, will assist dwelling house near her residence to tho Friday night to give a magic lantern perlnrKo store room noxt to tho pita tor. Humphrey's Mr. I). P. Whitsolt has moved his dniK store, formerly occupied by tlio lat- formance. Dr. I. C. Dyo Iihb rented prop erty nl Liberty nnd will move soon. The family to Middlcaboro, where they wih ter as a dry nonds store. bo uioru conveniently located to his Casey county is to Imvo n now jail, doctor is a good citizen nnd our loss will work nt Artomus. and from every indication it will bo on bo Liberty's win. Geo. Kites, tho noted red fox slayer, Meadows, n young matt who an equal footinn with our James new courtthrow a stone nt ono n few days ago and on tho section hero, foil oil tho house. So you l)lut.KraH fellows works can broke its Ipg in two places. Goorgo nevhand-car- , which rati over him Tuesday, no lonKer poke fun nt wo 'unH for tho and wus considerably bruisod. unsightly rock en in tho filthy Kully er fails to bring 'om down no matter what means ho uses. This is his third lion. II. V. J. Ham delivered the near tho river. ono iu tlio last few weekp, of tho lecture course ut the first lecture Tho county supervisors met nbout A report Baptist church laat Monday night to it two week ko nnd raised the valuation Adair county, comeR from Polleyton, thnt Utley Burnett, who crowded house. Tho lecture was much of 72 farms, ratifjinK nil along from 5500 left this section soma timo aco. between enjoyed by every ono present nnd no P to jz.iwu each. Some of the victim,, two sunn to avoid the payment of sundry one seemed to ho tho least bit tired at swore oxtravnKntly, while others grin- littlo debts, was although it was two hours ned and bore it rs boit they shot in the hack by ono its clows could. Tho John Shaw, while stealing bacon from a long. Tho lecture course here will he supervisors met nirain last Monday nnd neighbor of Mr. Shaw. Tlio report may a fluatiuinl Biiccewi, as enough tickets made hoiijo reductions. bo untrue, but those who know Barnett have already been sold to pay tho ex Tho Casey county quarterly court penses. mot hero Monday with tho newly elect- best, sny ho is capable of anything mean, and would not be surprised to hear of Circuit court is progreHsiriK nicely ed county juiKe, John M. Tilford, pre- him doingservice for tho State at Frank disand considerable buslnc h is bcln siding. )lni to high waters, there fort. Riley in a slick ono in leed, nnd patched. The moMt of this week will bo with few people attending nnd hut little taken tip in tho trial of JniiX'K Huwman huslnfNf was done. I)r I. 0. Dye qual- was thought to be the bluest liar that ever lived in this vicinity, mid wo have for tho murder of Win, Hudur, in Knox ified nt the proper timo hh county clerk, hnd some woeful liars too. county, last January. It was laot with billion Wesley h deputy. Mrs. Malinda Cowan died at Hut ijtturday nnd tho evidence vu couipV-te- d - Casey county may have some imperhome of her eon Tuesday evenlnp, and tho argu- fections, but wo challengo Mr. John Hubtho world to ble, in Lincoln county, Jan. 15th. Sho ment was bt'Ktin Wednesday morniiij. h"at ti4 In tho hugo sfzj of our men and was the' wife of Isaac Tho case will irobablo renuh tho jmy hoys. We have men too Cowan, of this numerous to place, and a moat Thursday evening. Judo J. II. Ti unity mention that pull tho excellent woman. boun at L'OO to 250 Aunt Lind, as sho wis lovingly called, and his sou, Charles Ttnsley, and It. It pounusnntlono or more that weiglm .. t . r. .f Atuoiuen aro niuing uointiion wealttrs .. - OVet 300 Allll tlnm nnr tin.... oin tl...... I. who a favorite with her neighbors nnd . many hearts hero wero nude sad by tho I ..!.. .. t - .... .-f .uiin-- j ..i uiu iiiuafuuuoii, wiiuo. f roil mirhntii, of Middleburg the d lay news of her death. Her Messrs. John audHmith Hajs, Hen Iili-- ! ho was 11 years old weighed remains were 102 pound?. brought hero on tlio day after her death, inin nun jonn uniron nro tleleniling. ' Then again thorn !h Kiui.i. i nnd after funeral services by lUv. G rider There were nbout 75 wltnepses exam- - Onrnnn..r,M n,...,, ,,i. . .i at the Methodist church, of which she I he case of tho Lommonwealih ined. years, tipi tho twain m 160 pounds nnd was a devoted member, they wero inter vs. Sampson Holton for tho killing of is tall and well proportioned, with no red iu tlio cemetery West of town. Mrs. Hiuo Durham in his watermelon pitch piuhIuh Hh. nn.l i n ,i .. .. . i. ...... u III kUVf II II i. lllll Cowan leaves o husband and four chillust August, was tried last week nnd tho is largo. His brother, Sherrill Stapp, nt defendant was filial ' fur involuntary the age of 17. weighs ISO pounds nnd is dren, viz: Mrs. John Hubble and Robert Cownn, of Lincoln couutv. and Mrn. manslaughter. Durham nnd same oth- aline looking nnd tall youngster and A. II. Royalty and Mrs. Win. Cloyd. of er boys went into Holton' watermelrn ell made. All three nro nice boys. pitch nt night and Holton w.ii watching, v nai oilier county or counties in the mis county. H c'niius that iie aimed to shoot over Slate enn bent Casey's brag boya? 'Hah HUBBLE. Durham, not knowing who he was, but ' for Casey Luther Undoi wood ins sold his sad' tho gun made n long tire after ho hnd let HUSTONVILLE. dle stallion to a Virginia party for 275 it down into ono iiand, thn load striking Uncle Greenberry Bright has given Durham in the back, from which ho The Christian Kndeavor Society will a right of way for n county road leading died in a few hours. . hnvo n social candy pulling next week from" A. 0. Carman's straight through to in order to continue good fellowship, oi o From tho French J. W. Bright's house. This is very kind witli another. of the old man. When the heart is full, the lips nro llov. V. L. Williams preached a ser T. G. Nunnelley made his many moil Sunday concerning sanctifJcation. friends hero glad this week by putting The heart that sighs has not what it Me presented tlio subject in a clear nnd in his appearance for a Bhort visit. Cydesire. forcible light. Ho does not believo in rus Kason and wife visited friends bore An honest, a Oman is tho ono we fear instantaneous snnctiflcstion, but behoves this week. Dave to compromise. Purdom, of Rolling it grows nnd finally comes on nil truly Fork.'Casey county, has moved to the it is H'great obstacle to happiness to Christian people. Ed Minor farm for this year. expect too much. Our city treasury is in n much better Henry White has returned from Women divine that they aro loved condition thnu some of our sister cities? Louisville, whero ho sold his tobacco, long beforo it is told them. She has n surplus of abautJoOO and and reports low prices. J. V. Bright To blame n man for heingl'in love is no town taxes. Tho two saloons pay Bhipped his tobacco this week. E. Penlike chiding ono for being ill. 1030 per yenr nnd the town's expensts nington has his crop prized readv to Flattery is like false money: it im- nro over $700 per year. This shows that Bhip. Kubanks Bros, are delivering poverishes thoco who receive it. our lines, not only assist in paying their baled hay in Stanford at 55c. A coqnetto has no heart, she ban only ponies, but also give us a surplus each vanity; It is ndorern she seeks, not love. year. Kentuckians in Washington do not The heart of n loving woman is u gold Miss Lena Goodo hts returned from belioyo that tho appointment of Frni k en sanctunry, where often there reigns' n lengthy visit in Boyle, Mies Dora ', M. Joplin as postmaster nt Elizal .1;. an idol of r.Iny. Llnayrac. of Hubble, is visiting her aunt. Mrs. town will be confirmed at this session of weak passions JjhnS. Goodo. Mrs. II. G. Cook, of Absence diminishes Congress. In thntovent Mr. Montgomery and augments great one-ns the wind Jellico, Tenn., is her mother, will have retired, and ids successor, Mr. extinguishes tapers but increases n Mrn. I.ottiu Green. Mr. F. H. Twidwell Lewis, will ask that Mrs. Helm he retainiittondeil tho minstrel show nt Danville, m ed. Monday night. .Misses Amu Hold nnd f?- i UA...l.n..l And things can never go badly wrong Villi. ni .'luirncnu, .HISS, 11. UUSlI, a If the heart bo true and tho love bo Knte Cook will go to Howling Green, white desperado, asked n negro if ho hi strong. Monday, to attend tho Normal School For tho mist, if it comes, mid tho weep- Mrs. Jennie Carpenter and Mr. Calvin lioved Jesus Cnriat ever road a jack ase, tho nemo replied that ho did no ing rain, Will be changed by tho love into sun were in Stanford, Tuesday. Misses Mag "men I'll make a convert of you," tho bio and Fannie Hopper are tho guests oi follow shine ngain. said, and shot tho nero deadt ieir plater, Mrs. V. George Mncdonnld. Bruce. Bush resisted arrest, and wns ehot arid killed by tho officer. "SIT"STEA0Y IN THE BOAT." Kitty You know that when two peo plo are in love they nro eager to perform 116 would OKO. C. WhIISTKIL have gathered her iu a in order to prove some net of Ho nltiisuaed tOH.iy u wiieu caro wnfi warm embrace, but sho waved him back tlioir devotion for each other. "No," eho said, imperiously. on my face, Tom Yes; thnt is supposed to Imvo And repeat it o'or and o'er when a smiio "You crush my heart," ho protested. been tho origin of innrringe. Puck. hnd took itB plseo "Hotter tliy heart," sho answered . That tho thing to do wns alius thro' good "than my sleeves." would kiss jou if I dnred," ho enid. "I or ill report: And straightway ho wont out fnd "If I were n man," sho replied, with n "Sit htendy in tho boat, my boy, till you're sure you're safe in poit " hung himself. determined nir, "I think I would dare ICxten'd tho idee, if you will, to nil o' nnytning." Any one who has children will rejoice with I. hfo's nlhurs, H. Rlullotil.ol Just then n cloud passed over tlio rialnvi'e, N. J. His little boy To j ears that hijpiii most prosporous an' iiii.;.i.uinKvlTAiiu Willi CIOUp. POT tWO moon. New York PreB. i'ays and nights he tried various remedies rtcom thorn tiint's full of care?; mended by friends and neighbors. He says: "1 The latest dictionary contains 3 10,333 Sittin' steady iu tho boat will alius over- - thought sure thought sure I wuulil loso him. had seen Chamberlain's Couijh Kemedy advertis como wordn. Tho old unabridged had only would Tlio littlo thiug3 that vox us nnd them's ed and thought toI say that try ittwoas a last hope and am happy niter dotes he step: V25,000. limes aro gutting harder every Hint's troublesomo. until morning. I gavo it to him next day and a euro ai effected. I kern thii remedvin the hnt year for tlio man who doesn't know how now and as oon as any of my children show oigna n to npoll, but lifo is getting easier nil the And so it is, with added years, thool croup I glvo it to them and that Is the last ol presses home, it. time for tho people who want to conceal Our nature's onk nnd yielding with the jj and so cent bottles for sals by lit, S. CJ HorVcr, druggiit, Staufcrd. tbuir thoughts. weights of caro that come; Brittle and inclined to break, like iron A Million Friondd. that's pounded much. A friend III neod Is a friend indeed, and not lost We fain would dodge, or if wo meet, we than nnc million have found just such a friend in yield to trouble's touch. New Dmcovery for Consumption, Dr. King' Ili-Ini' Messrs. Will Jones nnil T. L. Bird aro in Pinovlllo HttontlliiK couit. Rov. II. H. Frye hm boen lioldiiiK Borvices nt tlio CoiiKroalioual church this wek. The Whitley County Hornid lis boon luRsod hy Messrs. Hirron nnd File, CASEY UOUNTY. Hud LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. FIRE A Policy With- INDEMNITV. Next Monday ie regular county court. A lnrgo crowd Is expected. Mr. Jas. R. MarrH, editor of tho Record, is again confined to his bod in Danville. He is reported much better - Kirby, The Insurance Man, Means a Prompt and Satisfactory Settlement. None but the Best of Companies Represented. You should Sec Ilim. ACCIDENT. LIFE. TORNADO. j j .1 .1 p bim in-la- I to day. If ono wishes to hear great "constitutional questions" discussed, lot him n session of tlio Lancaster police court admission free. Tho alarm of fire Wednesday noon was occasioned by a slight blaze in tho rt Bideuco of Mrs. Bishop on Depot street. It wbb put out by a few buckets of water. Damage trifling. Smoke still rises from the ruins o; tho Miller Hotel, though tho fire occur red more than three weeks ago. The store-rooadjoining, which was crushed by a wall is being rebuilt. A number of ladies hnvo arranged to serve an elegant dinner next Monday, court day, tho proceeds to be given to Mrs. E. A. Pascoo, whoso mother, husband and baby wore burned in tho Miller Hotel tiro. Tickets will bo sold at 50 cents each. An elegant meal will be served. Mrs. Addie L. McFarland, wife of dipt. W. 0. McFarland, U. S. A., is tho latter part of this week, on a visit to her pnrents, General and Mrs. W. J. Landrtim. CapL McFarland is stationed at Fort Douglaes, Salt Lake Oity, Utah. His wife and son are sojourning iu Now York City. Your Lancaster scribe acknowledges IiIb shortcomings iu failing recently to send his budget of news, but as his failures hitherto have been but few and far between, he thinks he Bbould, in the language of Mr. Clay, be permitted to "picic his flint and try it again." And we will bo mighty glad to have him do m ex-pect- d NEW HAMBURGS 75 Beautiful r : GOODS. Patterns at 25 cts.Jess than you ever bought them. See our 3c, 4c, 5 ?c, 10c, 15c, 20c up to 50c edges. LINEN LACES WHITE GOODS , S j 40 Patterns to select from; style way up; prices way down. Nainsooks, Jaconets, India Linens, Dimities, Cambrics, Long Cloths, &c. OUR JANUARY THAW In heavy goods is melting the prices on Boots, Blankets, Comforts, Gloves "&c. Flannels, m WE WILL Take take pleasure in showing you these goods. m I ;o-iim- -n- it. Ed. U 11 ! ti-le- Owing to the trouble nnd oxpenso oj replanting last spring, gardeners have concluded to wnit until the weather has fully settled before planting their vegeti-ble- s A few pleaeant daya in February or March are usually sufficient to tempt most of our fruit nnd vegetable raisers to place seed in the ground, where they rot or become bj impnired ns to be practically worthless. Mr. Gu8 Uofmann, tho gentlemanly proprietor of Crab Orchard Springs, mado a short visit here Wednesday. Ho is making great preparations to entertain guests at this noted resort next summer. Mr, Anson Shea has returned from Louisville. Mrs. Manda Grinnan has returned to Cynthiana. Mr. Will Harris nnd wife, of Carlisle, are visiting hia parents on Stanford street. Mr. Sam Joseph, of Cincinnati, was here this week. ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. 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 thingfor winter don't buy nntil you see our stuff. If j We Have it to Suit You, There will be no trouble to buy. We are new receiving Sprint, goods all winter stuff must go. We will open this week the most beautiful lipe of j 1! m The roll of pupils at the Institute is increasing. Four negroes aro breaking rock on our streets on account of too much booze. Miss Mary Lewis White Goods, Embroideries, Laces, glish and American Percales, En- es t. Mil-Id- ; A - solf-sncrifl- in this town and we ask all buyers to examine them bewas adjudged in- Ever offered We thank all our old friends and many new ones for Asy- fore buying. sane nnd taken to the Lexington yesterday. lum calling on us in cur new quarters between W. B. McRoberts' Drug Win Griffin, of Livingston, poured Store and Dr. Van Arsdalc's Grocery, and shall do everything in our coal oil into n stove and wss badly burnpower to please them and all others who will call to see us. Come, ed by an explosion. one, come all. It is a great pleasure to show goods and they can not David Withers, Elijah Cox nnd othbe sold unless we show them. ers who left horn some time since to work on a new railroad in the Island of Jamaica, report their safe arrival. Judge D. P. Hethurum bna moved to town and occupies the llouk property Mr. J. R Cass was up from Monday. Rov. Carmical preached at tho Christian church during the week nt niuiit. Mr. A. 0. Carr went down to Livingston yesterday to ect some ma Dealers in cbiuery in Dillion's planing mill. is up from Glen Ma M. C. Williams ry, Tenn., on n week's visit to home-folkGrove Kennedy, Jr., is in from Texas. Maj. Liblo and Attorney Hugh Cooper, of Lebanon, were hero Tuea day. Judge Hethurum and County At torney Colyer are limiting it warm for law breakers. Dr. Cooper was up from They brat the world, Livingston, Monday. Oliver Dillion is working nights et Sinks, Messrs. Wm Fields and Charles Rico have been on rt trip to Spring Oity, Tenn. Mr. J. W. Nesbift Iims returned from Yosemile. "Windy" Lawrenco is rusticating with Which is under their management, is headquarters for the traveling us for n few days. public and is one of the best hotels in the State. HUGHES & TATE. Brod-head- , Jams & Hardin Cliinaware, Glassware, Onyx Tables, Lamps, Water Sets, s. 4 CANDIES, NUTS AND FRUITS The St. Asaph Hotel, HERE IS THE LEADER !. 1 1 - les-to- State Treasurer Hale gavo oat an authorized statement that ho hud perfected nrrnngemenlH which would bridge tlio yawning deficit in the Stato Treasury. Thla has been accomplished hy au .irwj ment among (be officeholders to turn ov er their warrnuts to tho Treasurer aa they becomo duo. For rheuniati.m I have found nothing equal to Uhambcrlain'' rain iiaim it reieives tne pain ta soon as applied. J. W. Young, West Liberty. w, va I no p onipi reuui u nurrs is alone worth mnv tltnM the CMt, 50 cents. Its continued use will effect n permanent enre. For sale hvIr.S. O. Hocker, druggist, Stanford. Having the needed merit to more than make good all the advertising claimed for them, the fol- wingfour remmlies havp reached a phenomenal sale. l)r king's New Discourry, for cousuinp tion, Coughs and Colds, each bottle guarantced-Klectr- ic llitters, the trt.it remedy for Liver Stom-ul!u klen's Arnica Sjlve. tho and Kldaeyi best in tho world, and Dr. King's New Life Tills, which aro a perfect pill AH these remedies are guaranteed to do just what it claimed for them and the dealer whose name is attached herewith wnl be glad In te I vou mora of them. Sold at JA R. I'cnny's Urug Store. ch If foil have never uied tlui trial will convlnco you thai it has wonderlul curative poweri in all the Throat, Cliui land Lungi. I'.ai h Lot tlH guirntlteed to do all that ! claimed er m0n rywill bu refunded. Trial buttle free at A. R di ug ttore. I.ar.-- bottle, joe and $t . l'enn) Krvat t'ough.Meilicinc, ono Cough and Coldi. The only way to ovorcomo this tendency of'iige, iot o Mr. Ira P. Wetmore, a prominent real eitato man, bun Angola, liuti, Urn iiiea unaail)5ilain' Colic, Cholera and Ulatrlnti Kemedy in hU fam-- 1 fm iuveral vvan at oicainii r.inlred, and I fit it it a .villi perfect lucceu. lie (ays: "If now and truo not otherwiso-ex-co- pt perfect cure (or our baby when troublf with colic I now ftel that my outfit is not or dysentery. as in O'Moagn's romances." The complete without a Initio of this Kemedy at hom rhymo is sacrificed to a softening of fact. oron a trip awayliom home.'' For tale by Dr. b U. JlucVer, druKlit, Itan-lor- CcvirgtonCoiinionwenlth. yi d. Sit steady in tho boat, my boy, as calm on any sage; Nor dodge, nnr break from trouble's weight, hut fale's decrees abort; By eittinir steady in tho boat till you're pnfo within the port. Vhe.i tliby was Hfk, vo rave (auiori-When fchu was n Chlkl, fdio crifd for titorln When win beenmo 31Us, tJio clung- to CastorfA Wlmn she had Children, she gpvothtn Cantoria hr Four Big Succosdod. The best salve in the woild for cuti, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, t positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. I'rice s cents per box, Kor sale by A, U. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo. The Vulcan Chilled Plow. Over 100 now in use in Lincoln county and all of thcrn giving satisfaction. It has no eqaul. Costs less to keep it in repair and does the work better than any plow made. W. H. WEAREN & CO. ust&i oemi-Week- ly Interior Journal in which he Lord Itnnrioluh Churchill, who had prison will doubtless make him Stanford, Ky., January , 181)5 had ofthat unruly membor in battel con- beon critically ill for soveral wooks, died forms If ho is elected. keep Though tho judge pf the United trol than formerly. Tho Btriko situation yesterday-n- t London. s was sentenced nt Lex- States supreme court wear mother Floyd White at Brooklvnn becomes more serious and W. P. WALTON. citlzon of oYery day, an humble although 7,000 or 8,000 Stato soldiers aro ington to lifo imprisonment for tho murSt. Louis, because ho Is not a woman, is Yourselves to der of Herbert Tucker. there under arms, they seem unable about how wc get hold of goods so that we can sell them is a Fivo hundred hay dealers from all flued for wearing ono. Clearly this is sent out from WnBhiBcton thnt cope with the mob. Thoy have fired inIt as cheap as wc do. Wc didn't steal them. Hut just come and take inequalities. Col. Breckinridge's little resolution, au- to thorn several times, but ovidontly not over the country met at Cleveland and world of continues ami othor and take advantage of the low pricct. We have Mariner from Aineticnn thorizing the president to immediately tn kill, and tho strikers make fun of organized a national association. landed at Mrs. Aphia Pryor, wtto ot tno uniei foreign warships havo beon open negotiations with the Republic o( them. A com nan v of Federal soldiers Oheo Foo, China, for tho protection of of the Iliwn-iin- n with a commander who is not afraid to Justice of the Court of Appeal?, died Hawaii for the annexation consulates. The Japanese aro reported Islnnds with the United States upon do his duty, has more terror for lawless suddenly Wednesday atNewCaatlo. Judgo John Allen Murray died at to havo been repulsed at tortus equally honorable nnd advanta- mm than 1,000 militia, who aro freCloverport. Ho was a half brother to but are preparing for another attack. geous to both couutrles, hns n political quently in sympathy with th mob. The cotton States and International ox Governor Tom Crittenden of Missouri. siRuiQcanco not shown on its face. This havo Exposition a Atlanta, Ga., feems to ho choson this All tho Senators to he San Antonia, Tox. councils BigniQcauco is said to lie in the alleged two passed an ordinanco which prohibits in a way that promiups nil kinds fact that there is a Bentiment in Ken- year have been elected, with one or otceptions, and the political complexion physicianB from charging more than $1 a of success to tho enterprise The new This week. Wc have just received a case of Dress Ginghams that tucky in favor of annexation and that it determined. visit. South is decidedly in It, when it cornea wc arc going to put on sale in connection with elegant colored Ham-burgcan be worked against Gov. McOresry, of tho next Sonato can be members, Improvements aro being made in tho tq enterprise of great pith and momentBy coming before Saturday you can secure 10 yds of this who opposes the policy and supports the Tho republicans gain seven John G. Moore, who has brougg Gingham lose live and tbo populists shops of the Southern R ill way at Atlanposition taken by Mr. Cleveland. This tho democrats with 5 yds of Hamburg to match for 60c. 'Tis strange to the 4th the constitutionality of the gain isihe sheerest poppy cock. There is no of one, making the body after39 demo- ta, Ga., Rnd tho number of men employ- suit test law, got the expected knock how wc can offer such bargains, but we intend to keep it up. income tax March s'nnd 43 republicans, ed is to bo increased from 350 to 1,000. sentiment in Kentucky favorable to anWashington Discrats and 0 populists. Tho latter hold B. Elkins out yesterday in the At Charleston, W. Va., S. nexation with the far oil islands inhabitrict equity court. As ho looked for an of power nnd if they make ted by adventurous foreigners and lep- the balance with tho democrats can or waa elected United States Senator in the adverse decision, ho can not be disapBeasion of tho House and Senate. rous natives and if the colonel thinks he an alliance bodv, with tho democratic joint ganize tho pointed. Tho caso now goeB to the He succeeds Senator Camden, democrat. on make a point against tho governor or having the casting vote. court for final hearing. anybody else he will be as much mistakHorace Chilton, of Tyler, Tex., who en as he is in supposing that he will ever Ik Christ came to Chicago, it is said is to succeed Senator Coke, is not yet 40 I represent the State in tho United States that he would find 00,000 opium eaterp, years of age. He is a man, Ladies' Cotton hose, fancy tops, black bottoms, full length and size or that there was a crying de- 40,000 dissolute women, 34,000 saloon with a bearing at once dignified and Senate, for 5c. For the men, they can all wear pants, when they can be I will offer for sale at public miction In front ol mand for his appearance on tho lecture keepers and bartenders, 10,000gamblers, kindly. 'Ihurmand .ft Shcltit'a Liveiy btalile In Junction bought from us in good stage. winter weights as low as 75c. Bring along of thieves and 2,500 Dakota Legislature has Cltr at lo o'clock on the satno number Tho South another 75c and get a pair of good, substantial Blankets. says that prisoners. These figures aro appalling passed a bill to Bubmit tho prohibition Tdk Louisville Commercial 29, 1895, The question to a voto of the people, and. tho 20 republican papers in Kentucky have and yet they are not exaggerated. My Splendid declared for Bradley for governor, which c ty is a veritable hell on earth with its he- dispatch says it assures the wiping out shows their anagosity. There is nothing terogeneous population, made up largely of sumptuary laws there. Fruit Farm Containing 77 Acres, There aro 749,210 Masons in tho Uni- Situated i mile South of Junction City Thia It a half so sure in the future as Col. Brad- from tho scum of creation drawn there ted States and British America, 77S 445 fine farm. Thcit are t.ooo Iluehe'a Virginia Crib ley's nomination and we wish we could to a great extent by tho World's fair. and Trots on it. The farm it in Odd Fellows, and 413,015 Knights of Treet lUtetoo Pcich add that there was tho same nbeolute as of cultivation a high H. W. HANDMAX.Ast , Senator Washburn, wijo will have Pythinp, according to the New York At the cxcclcncc of these goods for the money. Our house is full of suranco of his defeat. But we can not, 86 td Junction City, Ky. ssrved but one term, which ends March World Almanac for 1S93. the more's the pity. With the present such bargains as these. Whc you come town again come and sec if Tho nomination of Chaa. D. dark dissatisfaction among the democrats and 4.h next, was turned down in Minnesota we can't give you loose manner in which party pledges by Gov. Knute Nelson, who got 102 votes for UnitedlStatca District Judge in Tent) his 30. Nelson is a Norwegian by birth, nessee was promptly confirmed a sechave come to be held, we very much fear In 1895. that if the election were to be held now but his title to citizenship was won by four ond timo by tbo State when reported Elegant and exduilve designs for Out door ami that Bradley would be victorious. A years service in the war as a non commis- from the Judiciary Committee and In door Tollottcs, drawn from Worth modeli McDowell, tho mioaing caahir by Samlox and Chapun, are an Important feature. change may come, and we believe it will,-bu-t sioned oflicer, Bince hich he has thrice Jos. Iheseappeur every Meek, accompanied by all the same the democracy has no bien elected Congressman and once the of the Estill County Deposit Bank, has descriptions and detaila Our 1'aiii letter, governor of his State, which otlice he in Forest Is a transcript oi child's play ahead of it. Unless the fac been located Mexico. He was $3,000 by Katharine de and canncetweekly mode unucr In the the latrai ittlei now filling. New York Fashions, plain direction! Than any house in town. Bhort in his accounts nnd his peculations tbe head of tions get together and nominate a man and full particular! are Riven at to ahapei, fabtwo years. is upon whom all can unite, the party have extended over rics, trimming and accessories of tho costumes NEWSY NOTES. well dressed women. going to have trouble in keeping the The suit of Capt. J. O. Bryant, to of ves practical attention Children's Clothing A fortnightly 1'atttrn. State in line. will likely have a horse compel Governor Brown to approve his Mieet ftiipplemcnt enables readers to cut and Cincinnati make their own gowns The woman who takes claim for services while attending camp HAKl'KK'S HAZARlDrerarJ for everr occa TiiK astute editor of the Richmond show. iu the fall sion in life, ceremonious or Informal, where beau Tho Supreme Court holds that the of instruction and inspection tiful dress la requisite. Pantograph says the bill to divide the airtck-uauun An Amoncati serial. I'ocior law is inapplicable to of 1S91, was decided against him. Sherman anti-trutors, bv Rebecca Hardmir a sttone novel of State into two Federal districts is a good Rawlins, aged 19, is in jail American life, partly laid Davis1'ennsylvania and Charles ErST., in one and should paes. That settles it for the Sugar Trust. partly in the Congressman Richardson, of Tenn- at Lianiden, Ohio, awaiting his trial for of the year. lar South, will occupy the Last half what tho Pantagraph roan doesn't know Nobody, an intensely exciting novel Mr dur- ditching a trainr He has confessed and isn't worth knowing. He charges that essee, was elected speaker pro tern author ol "uod'a rool,' Maartcn A: URBANSKY & CO.. Pronrictots.r claims that his only motive was to kill byThe Greater Maartcns, etc., will begin the year. ing the absence of Mr. Crisp. Glory," " oar opposition to the bill is due to the Ksta) i and Social Chats To this department was aboard the train. Charlie Mitchell and Peter Jackson his aunt, who T; D. RANKY, Manager. Spectator will contribute her charming papers Ou f id that the court would be held at RichJohn J. Ingalla has in- "What We are Doing" in New York boclety. w.ll come together in the pugilistic ring mond instead of Stanford. This is al Correspondent. Questions receive Auswers vented a companion phrase for his iri- the pcrtoniltoattention o! the editor, and ate anEngland during the Spring. most as high as such men as he can ssei in Branch Stores. Chiswered at the earliest possible date alier Ihcir reKent Elgin, said to havo beon the descent dream. According to the ceipt. but he should not try to gauge other a woman who died cago Herald, he describes Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Send far tttujtrtd,Proptotui. Cynthiana, people by his own little measure. Ho second best pointer in the world, wnnts 10 voto as an "opalescent phanta at Birmingham, Aia., of hydrophobia. The Volumes or the IIAZAR begin with the Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. will learn when he is older, if he is capfirst Numhcr for January ot each year. When no A mule kicked a son of J. R. Lewis sy.' able of corraling an idea, that some men time is Judge Hutchins, republican county number current at subscriptionsol will Leglo with near Vanceburg, killing him instantly order. the receipt at least are not governed in everything and eacn volume, suitable for bindCloth judge of Mason, proved what a natural ing, will Cases forby mail, postpaid, on receipt of the father at once killed the mule. be sent personal or local interests. by Not a life was lost by the sinking of born darn fool ho is by ordering tho pic- $i each. Title page and Index sent on applicition. Remittance should bo made by Post- tfice Mot Tub frequent uncomplimentary re- tho steamer Missouri, though at first it ture of Gen. Lee taken (down from the ey order or Dralt, to avoid chance ol loss. Newspapers are to copy this advertisement marks about Gov. McCreary which ap- was thought that 25 hud found watery walls of his office, whero it had hung for without the cxpiet not order of Harper .V llrothert. years. graves. pear in the Louisville Post aro unworthy HARPER'S JPERtQOtCAUS. Albert Vick, a farmer near Owone-borGambling can only bo done on the of Editor Knott, prone as be is to find oo Harper's Magaxinc, Ono'Ycar ordered a young man named fault. Gov. McCreary has senred his sly in Louisville now. Tno public poker ' -- .., 4 co Ind , to discontinue his Harper's Weekly, of Rockport, Every thing new and the best in every line. constituents, his State and the Nation games have been closed, for the present " " ...... Harper' Itarar, 4 OO visits to hia daughter. He came ngain Hai per's Young People-- ' " with marked fidelity and ability and the at least. 4 Five men were killed by tho explo- and the old man shot and fatally woundeffort of the Post to laugh him out of Postage tree to all subscribers iu the United States, Canada and Mexico. and a vain per- sion of several kegs of powder nt the ed him. court is both a foolish Address HAHPKIl & UKOIHKKS. Satisfied that he did not take his own Trade water Coal Company's mines, near formance. P. O Hox 930, N. Y City. indicated, the fom-illife, as circumstances SturgiB. an Ohioan by birth, Lucien Bakeb, 1894. Wc solicit your trade. Old and New Customers will Receive Prompt of tho lato Mr. D. O. Logan, of Lex- 1793. Tno Union Pacific and Missouri Attention and Accurate Service. will succeed Senotor Martin from KanTHIS railways aro reducing their shop ington, have offered a reward of $2,000 sas. He waa the dark horse in tho race force, the former having laid oil" 500 men for the arrest and conviction of his Hssaa but be got there ss dark horses frequent Monday. sin or assassins. ly to do. Iu 18G9 lie graduated at the The last statement shows that there Amos Graham, a noted desperado Bookseller and Druggist. Michigan University as a lawyer and who escaped from the Frankfort peuiten- - are 107 Stito nnd 13 private banks in at Leavenworth. He tiary four years ago, was captured at Kentucky. The former had Dec. 31, soon 'after settled is not much known and if he has forco Flemingsburg. $31,93S,"G9.10 in loans and discounts with it has not been developed, though he is Mrs. J. W. Welborne, of Christian capital stock amounting to S10,0G'J,20o CO nearly 50. Now Issued Twice-a-Weecounty, was burned to death by her and a surplus of 5,420,033 12. Gray, of Delaware, summed Senator The Best Family ..Newspaper Always foremost-i- every good word dreaa catching Ore while she was combup the IIawaiinn;matter in dobate when proprie- ing her head. nnd work, Mr. W.N. Haldeman, Fitted by Latest Scientific Mcth-r- In the West. he said that "tho attitudo of tho Admin.... A New York agency reports that has headed tor of tho Courier-Journa- l, reading evfry week in Columns of the choicest ods. Examination Free. istration has been in exttct accordance Soon after Jan 1,1895 it will contal t taS columns, in the United States during the We list of subscriptions to build a newsthe precedents that or 6,636 columns In 1a month. have been swindled out of $22,410, with the boys' home with $1,000. Those who guarantee to fit or no pay. Buy have obtained in this country for 100 know Bay that the grand old man gives 51 by bill jumpers. The School Board of St. Joseph, Mo., years." more to charity and to charitable purposyour Watches, Clocks and Jcvv-clr- y Thel Manufacturers' JConvention nt Krery department of lifn is coveiei in its colin tho State. AH honor has decided that no pupil shall bo peres than any man The latest news of thia country and il mitted to attend the public schools there Cincinnati was attended by more than umns. countries given in each Iwue. from and glory to him. foreign from all parte ot tho coun. 1,000 delegates who smokes cigarettes. "Hell Bnd How to Get There," is the The gold reservo in the National try. They want to devise ways and The Farmer Can find food for study in the columns title of a new book. With everything treasury is away below $70,000,000 again means for larger markets and demand devoted to political now and diicusslots, greased for the journey and the tobog- and withdrawals of millions are made that reciprocity be embodied in Nationand. In addition, find storea of usciul in. formation relative to agricultural matters gan loaded to the guardB, it requires daily. More bonds will have to be sold- - al legislation. gleaned from tie rxpenenco ot the best Up to date in Style andJPriccs. knowledge of the road nor sign tanners in the Und. Sargent, of the BrothGrand Master neither Six bills for appropriation for public boards thereon to lead people thither, buildings were passed in CongresB Mon- erhood of Locomotive Firemen, aays the The Housekeeper and the fellow who wrote such a book day, including ono for a 11,000,000 build- outlook for the organization was never Will find much to help her in lightenlig; deserves to have his trouble forhia pains. ing at Chicago and a $75,000 one at New- brighter. Tho discontented element in the buideti ol her work. the order has been weeded out, and is The Young Folks port, Ky. The "Scooper" is the name of a new The failure of tho retail dry goods now composed mainly of conservative Are the toy ot the household. Their wants paper at Nicholasville, which already How best to (muse are multitudinous firm of Dougherty & Co., one of the railroad men. and Instruct them i 'he vexing problrm of had two papers. The new venture baa Statistics show that in India poisonnone 01 meso tilings aie largest and longest established in Atlanrootnernoou. Of Every Description. tho names of M. B.Wilhoit, as editor and Week Gazette in the Twice-ous snakes and ferocious wild beasts killlocal editor, and it re- ta, haa created a sensation in commercial E. L. Anderson, ed 21,017 human beinga and 00,253 cattle Reading for Old and Young. circles there. mains to bo Been whether it will fill a The Pennsylvania owns 1,105 loco- during the single year of 1893. In In addition to tbe current news of tho day long felt want. Tbo first issue is a good un all subjects, there will be hundred of human beinga destroyed during tho motives, the New York Central 1,200, one. columci of ihe choicest roiling upon ev Union Pacific 1000, Santa Fee 1,002, Chi- same period 15,209 wild beasta and bruis cry topic History, Science, Art, Stories, Poetry, Corresponding Oalisornia is a great State. While cago and Northwestern 85S, Baltimore od the heads ofJ117,120 serpents. in Machine and Hand Sewed. Children's School Irom Abroad. All will find their place In Men's Fine Shoes one part of it enjoys eternal verdure, and Ohio SG0. the column of this great framily l'jptr. The attempt to impeach Judgo Ricks Shoes. Ladies fine Kid Goods in welts and turns. balmy breezes and an etherial mildness A tramp struck Mrs. William Hough of Cleveland, failed in the House Judic The Old War Veterans all tho year round, another portion is ton, of Dayton, 0 when she refused to iary Committeejby an adverse vote of 0 Have a Department specially doited to covered 20 feet deep on a level with givo him a lunch. Instead of fainting, 7, and instead of a resolution for imtheir interest. snow. The mountain settlers are hem- Mrs. Houghton secured a club and laid peachment one whs presented denouncmed in and great auirnring exists. the ecpundrel out. ing the fcoayBtem, which in the opinion The Laboring Man and Employer Sick and despondent becauao of his of members, haa made tho proceedings Why can't tho newspaper reporters let Have a Department devoted to them. failure to get employment, John Necker, passible. This alone is worth twice tbe subscription old man Cash Clay rest in peace with his aged price. 40, hung himself in the most grueCircuit court'at Mt. Sterling is prostory aeut out the youtliful bride? The spot he could select in Cave Hill gressing without much excitement. Two Market Reports some first part of the week that b!io had left Cemetery, Louisville. Are mtdo a spiclal feature, ind will lo men have been arrested and indicted for bo untrue. The lion btill found thoroughly reliable in ivcry detail, him. proves to Judge William E Rusaoll, of Leb- the lynchlng'of;Blair. They aro James and complete up to the hcur ot issue. with the Iamband a little child lies down anon, haa filed libel suits against The Roach, n journeyman tailor, and Dick SAMPLE COPIES FREE. Address may yet lead them. la Receiving His Times, Courier-Journand Commercial. Foreman, a paroled convict from the COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO., North Carolina now has republican The Buits grow out of the controversy Frankfort penitentiary. It is said that -:- -:- 150 Morgan county men nro ready to ride CINCINNATI, O. and popuhet U. S. Senators olect. Shades between tho Judge and Hon, W. O. would not one Biiflice? The judge wants $25,000 und Ih down and raid tho Mt. Sterling jail and of Zsbulon Vance Daily Commer ial Gazette is the great ' Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give mc call. likely to keep on wanting it. eit Newspaper In the West. mob tho prisoners. la there no Ransom for ua any more? Pattison, of Pennsyldaughter of Frank A Deih gets out of jVil in time to tako a from tho vania, has accepted tho nomination for Brook-Iyn- n Carpenter, of Cincinnati, died hind, or rather n month, in tho mayor of Philadelphia In a vigorous trolley turiko, but tho tasto ho has effects of a rat bite. promises thorough ro- two-year-o- ld let-to- r, WmmJm rjri'4- AriKKff mm i - WW W hub-bard- Woi-Hal-W- A Special Bargain For The Ladies s. - o well-bnl- lt 7ABM FOR BALE I iOTarsTHIS s f Tuesday, Jnn'y. You'll Be : Surprised ! Harper's "Weekly mi-n- ut MoreGoodsforLessMoney LOUISVILLE : re-c- STORE, al s st STAITFOHTJ, aet-tione- - NEW STOCK! o, Mo-re- y, .St Drugs, Books, Stationery. W. B. McROBERTS, y Pa-cif- i" Weekly fiazetie OF CINCINNATI. k, ho-to- ls k SPECTACLES mS3 pas-ye- time-honor- Only One Dollar a Year. DANKS, JEWELER. FOOT WEAR en a ro-tu- rn Kip, Calf and Rubber Boots H. J. McROBERTS. Itt'r-csti- ng -- H.6.RUPLEY.-6- ilgtwtolHltot AND al Mc-Chor- J. FALL WINTER GOODS. aTT-T- ho ,fc. 9L,$iilJSt- - -. aJb. W ,, vW ..Uttdi :.x.. .l,uiA sai a . 1. -- .., ,a..J. ,2 la.-,. . ,. ?'W - ' ft..,vr-1j- f '.?" I . h T Sks the youni; Indlcn ntla shota at FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. && 2 Speulnun'fl Btiootln gallery. oE -Choice seed oats for solo, 0.0. Car- gobblers for ?w fvA nsw improved bronz-J . . nMn. J. IS, McrCimiuv iuforma in that nenter. ilustonvillu. b1o. "J. I5rllit. M.S. it J. W. Bnugbman bought of and will not has (Mod hia ice TUC PUUVJPC nr . Stanford, Ky.,-- January 2f, laon Six hundred rooking ehaira must ko. ha among thovo who bouse,till summer to J. K. Baughman two liycry horses at bo wait Cheap for cash. Withora it llocker. $100. do bo, and then keep oi waiting. ThinUatH. ' Manager I'i,kahiccaU and Bottle your account. Best cattle 105, be fit hogs 4'M and of the publisher Ail E. C. Walton, Dusiucss t n... na.nflf Don't foruet that one of tho most do- - best sheep 4, are tho Cincinnati qtioin I need tho money to run my bueineeB. to mnko nn unprecedented offer to tho er.s-- f Jr airablo homes in Stanford will bo sold lions. paper renders of Kentucky. J will send the M. F. J'lklii. PERSONAL POINTS. TnmQVITT'P PVPNTNf: Saturday, Jan. 2(Jth, at '2 i: m. boforo tho Anilprnnn sold ti John John- .Tnlin So ad. iu thin Isaue. " ptund nny address In Kentucky one year for $t. The l" M Pi.kahk come In and auttlo your Inst boh, of Boyle, a bunch of 1,000 ntc prepaid to Mna. Sue Holmm la viaitliin M" dally, cstnUltshedln tS7Q,thclcnd-luc cattle a.t 'J 3c prints six montba' acoount. I lued thu won- of Lailuy. . afternoon Journal fullKentucky,reports, the full report of MATRIM0HJALJ1ATTERS. Washington and market iu Oral) oy. J. K. YanArBiliilH. tho Associated Vrcss, Tlio Breckinridge Xowb b.ivs the Mies Salub Gukkh !b correspondence, special telegraph news from all Vrankfort racing, choice misWedding outfits can bo hired in New peachtB on Muldraugh's Hill have been parts of Kentucky, sporllngncws, society, used Is clear and Aim ! paper cellany and live political matter. 1 hewanted; write for terms. John F. Holtzclaw !ihh been appoint- York for so much an hour. vtifl killed, which if true, ia mighty bad easily 15. Wooiiali, of Urotlliead, typo largo Mr. tho SOTJCiy--All andpersonsread. Agentsto take advantage of this ed by Gov. Hrown a notary public for who wish Ivl ward Gray, a Maine man, commit- news. hero Wednesday. ?r"'''eo . make Room i:., offer mustDOYI.F,,checks and money orders Louisville, tho Prcacheravillo section. Ih vialtinK ted Hiiicidu recently becaiiHO hla wlfo earnings during tho past 11, G. Alcantara's 30 Third &., 'fr Mm. T. 11. Saundkiis Buoldud him fur enting to much apple two years aggregate fGO.OOO Tho price elstera In LouUvillo. Nbw lot of wliitu nood, lincna nid paid for the great stallion n 6hort while Mua Matt Woodson am hamburKB juat received. Como iu and BAUCO. Mi,, and -John Britton and Mrn. Mancrva ago waa ?10,000. " down Irom Mlddlcuboro. see them. W. II. Shanks. ie widow of 'JO Bummera, Shelby K. II. Crow bought of J. W. Rush, n pretty Mias Jkanir I.ackby, of Uncaster, One thousand buabelH of seed outa for were married Tutaday at D. J. Kidd'a, 02 acres of laud adjoining his farm nt vlfllt'nj? her coiibIii, Mrs. Jolin W. Koiit. ar Bale. You will Bavo money by BefcltiR near KinKsvillo. " 40. This gives Mr. Cfnw about 3C0 acrtB Mim. K. 0. Walton and Lucy and Mlaa Oarrio L Bow of splendid farming land. T. M. Mlaaea Cook in IIuBtouville. uio before you buy. H. K. WVarou. vhltliiK tlo 9 on, both of tho liist EuJ, were joined iu For Sale. 12 or 14 nice Bboate Mn. J. G. IIahdin, of Montlcclio, HflH lUiicMHEK that lion. II. W. J. Ham Mr. Mark llnr- wedlock's holy boudu at the bride's fath weight from 76 to 100 pounds. Apply to been vlaitlnu liia brother, Hia"Snol-lygoatSELLS THE GENUINE locturea at Lancaster 4 or, M. H. Bowen, yeaterday. Mrs. Lizzio Williams or Miss Fannie Giv din. in I'ohticfl" la n moat amusing o William King und Miss Martha Dish-o- ens, Mt. Salem neighborhood. Mn. Manlky Tyhie ia loitrniiiK 1 production. and John Andy Dlshou and Misa Wednesday in Louisville 1,073 Iiors photocraphlc utt at Mr. A. J. Karp'a Kl-MFhsiifl. J. Kaiiinb & Co., of Louisville, Mary Stopbeua, all of tho Crub Orchard heads of tobacco wero sold, only three iry . . .. ,....--,- , Mifb SUE Kout BpeniBoverai uayB in ti.itr inat rnmnlotcil and mt utt u hand virinltv. will hu m irriod nt Mr. Lewis below the record. Tho hlgheBt price The Best Plow on tho Market. waa $21 for a hogshead grown on HarrodaburK with Mias Minnio boiuo prauito monument over tho gravel Diahon'a There is an epidemic of marriages in tho Ashland estate, Henry Clay's old Jk-SIKof Mr. A H. Myera in tho Lancaster ITBIG-HBOE;- , I Honkinsville. bIiico tho 3d of September. homo. Tho market is strong. Mn. 0. S. NiBl.t), inanaRfir of tlioNorth cemetery. Tho county clerk has issued 142 licenses Tho combined earnings of tho two, Jollico Coal Co., at Grave, wna horo y( runs one and will have no other. Come and Get Prices and Tiiitcaao of l'at Kane, charged with winnera of $5,000 Who and tho cry is still for more, several wed- - three and turday. See the Plow Before Buying. killing Marahul Silcox, of Shelby Oily, or over in 1804 foot up the enormous! lUv. It. H. Maiiony baa ono to I'uckf-vtll- was called at noon, and on motion of tho dlnua occurring this week. V. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Mr. James II. YantiB, of barroru, Binount of $1,470,470, a high amount to H. 0., to attend tho bedaido of bis defense, the trial waa set for Friday. ami Misa Alico Richardson, a accoui bo won by only 130 performors, and comfather. BRt'd Advocate. pllflhed young lady of Somvraut, wero pares favorably to 1893, when 148 per .Our Stock of. Mn. J. Kaiusb, tho Louiuvlllo monuseveral nailery firm has married at tho bride's father, Mr. J. M. formers won $1,734,113. Another aliootitiK ment man, ia horo and baa takeu Wednesday. Tho bride has oncned up in one of Mrs. M. J. Milltr'a Kicbaidt-oiiMonto Fox bought during the past nlco orders. I. Faulk n Kit left yesterday storerooms, McBMis.Speelman A Fryman frequently visited hero and has many season 1,800 head of export cattle for Man. Lauua : : join tho Inteiuok Jouhnal Goldsmith, getting them from" tho counto visit heron, KuKene Faulkner, at and they are well fixed to teach tho friend-Ali- o young and old ideaa how tOBhoot rltlea. in hearty congratulations. ties of Boyle, Lincoln, Garrard and Wash Sherman, Texan. 9 Tiie Indiana Legifllaturo is consid ington, Tho purchases involved an outMiw. UtTTiK Mklvin, abandeomo widAnd Oils is To oiraet Gov. Foraker, it is said that ering a bill, which Is designed to deprive lay of upwards of $123,000. This 1b quite , was tho riubI of Mrs. ow from Shoriir VanAredall will engage Senator JeflerBonvillo of its Gretua Green attri- a source of revenue for tho farmerB of A. A. McKlnney. Dan Voorheea to defend him, notwithJuim-.KointiiT Ho YD pawed hero a day butes. Tho bill requires that an appli- this region. Advocate. standing Iih hui nine lawyers already cation for a marriagu liceuso shall bear or two ko bound for California for tho Ho certainly thinks bis cae ia a Hi. After six weeks' illness of ucuto niiorseiiiHiu oi a resmeni benefit of hla health. Mrs. M.O. Vandoveer, breath desperate one. er. Ifitpasaes. Kentucky elopers will bronchitis, Andprices the very Lowest, quality considered. We can save you Mna. Amkhica Kout Ml down ntalrn at uit mr Inst Mondav evening. She was liavo to seek some other econo for sbuf son, Mr. John V. Kout, tho homo of her Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Come in and sec. Fay no attention to tho statement that married to Mr. Vandeveer Sept 5th of money on and sustained painful injur- - I am out of tho inauranco business, as it lling oil this Biuglo cusficdnesa. yesterday, last year and had proved a loving helpiCB. ia a malicious falsehood, but call at my CHURCH AFFAIRS. meet to him. Mrs. Vandeveer's maiden Mimes Katk Alcohn and Alice Kauali olllca and I will placo your insurance in nnmo waa Hxgan and she waa originally m in left Tueatlay to attend thu Western tho beat of companies. J. D. Wearon. Thu latest Christian sect aro calhd from Madison county. She married ear- Sdinluary atOxford, 0, tho' former to "NiccodemlstB." lv in lifn aud her husband, who waa a lodge will bo organized A Maccaiikk Uko a poot praduato course. Kov. J. A. Sawytr'H meeting at Sar- Mr. Merritt, died several years ago, leav of at McKinney Mouday night, MeesrB. M. Mil. ANUhM. ClIAl'MAN CoLKMAN, bis closed with HO conversions. Paris ing two small children. She waa a most F. El kin and G. G. Wino having Becurod Kentuckiau. Mercer, Mm. CI. T. Uolmand daughter. excellent Christian woman and her loss of tho lodge On January 1, there wero in exist will bo keenly felt by those who know littie Tribble, ot Danville, have been 30 names. Tim members Chaplain G, here, iwalutod by Supremo ' 'Bltr8 vtsltinK M' once 37.000 Christian Endeavor societies her. Tho remains wero taken to RichII. Terpsny, will do thu work. Mub. Jobiah HiBiiorhave roMil. Ann with U.223,600 mombere. .i mond Wednesday and interred. nrt.l from Clifton Forue. Va.. where Fkkuy Ballaiid's smoko-housOf the 477,030,153 church members was Tno statement of an Indianapolis at.d tlifiy went to Beo their tUughter, Mias broken Into Tuesday night and relieved iu the world, 230,800,533 aro Catholics paper that certain members of Iho IndiVictoria, who though better, la qulto ill. of 100 pounds or moro of bacon. Mr, only 143,237,025 prolestants. ana Legislature had been eubeidized by A Hebrew Biblo in tho Vatican A note from Mr. JC K. Chenault aaya Ballard tried to get Col. Hull" Dudderar railroad passea has caused a tumult of bo baa moved from Fort Scott to a farm to trail tho thief with tho bloodhouuda, weighs 320 pounds, and is the largest BiWe offer a iarge line of nice patterns below actual cost. An oprighteous indignation in that body. The Hockvllle, Mo,, and that bo has loat Chairs, &c. We must is all manuscript. in Furniture, iu'r but that gentleman informed him that blo iutbo world. It intimation that any member is so green portunity to get big bargains congregation of tho First Chrisnearly entirely tho use ol his right arm. tiey wero hardly old enough to eat meat, The Give us a call. as to sell out for bo little is scornfully re- have room, if low prices will make it. Mis Sue HaVOHMAN entertained a let alone trying to hunt it. tian church at Paducah will erect a new sented. mnll imrtv at her homo last nicht in church building. Already moro than of tho CoIIcro Tiik council Is having tho town sur- $15,000 is available for tho purpose. honor of her NEW AnVKQTLSEMKNTH. Faculty, MIsflfH Mary Cow on, Margaret veyed for tho purpose of having the lim-lt- a II. A. BuBby, a minister at Columcorrectly defined and a map made, bus, O., has just Berved 30 days in jailiught-- and Kmma Martin. Undei takers and Dealers in Furniture, Stanford. Tliia la to mBko Biiro who lives in town lor sending tho following dun on a postal CITY AND VIOINITY. aud to ascertain exactly tho number of card. "Owe no man anything." "Pay Physician and Surgeon, acres of land in tho limits used for farm- what thou owest." Cank Btick pins Joe . hi Danka. ing and by whom owned. Mr. O. T. says that Eld. Ziclc Swee-n.v'- u Craddock - in...,thu' nt Paris has resulted iu 43 SricTACtM Utted at Dank, the jewel- Wallace, of Garrard, ia doing tho work -er. additions, 20 of whom wore baptized Office in Brick lluiMlrRnear Methodiit church, A Gukat Offbh. Tho Loulsvilio DalJoepb at the ly Post, published every evening except Sunday. Thoro wero 11 additions at ono riii!encc with Kid.notice. lUllou, oa Danville 83 Fun and Bimplu amuHement 1'ike, until further nnd 10 at another meeting. shooting gallery. Sunday, ia otterrd with the Intbiiiok Rev. John O. Unit, of Bardstown, I year. Tim prico of tho 1 Yisit tho shooting g.dlery, two hnd- Jouhnal atIs $5 who hold n protracted meeting at the per year and our paper If you need a Cook Stove and want to buy one that will give perPost alone somo prizes each night. My ttoclc of Millinery and Notions it kept con. iUntiflt church hero several years ago. bVflt oiler of tho kind My wife & McKinney, Stanford. . f2, making this tho accepted a call to a flourishing church lUntly complete by weekly purclmei ind you fect satisfaction, go to Higgins Bent 5 Milt cigar In over made. Subscribers to tbia paper has SMOKK'MJuirofl." find ht you want I limit- jou to can alwayt bought the O. K. Jewel and it is a jewel and doesjperfect work. at Edgefield, Tenn., with a largo salary call and lntpcct who aro not taking Tim Poat now can town. Iliggins t McKinney. says: Uav. W. A. Borum, M1S3UCCIEHEAZLEY, Mrs. A. Stkenbkrgen, Rowland, Ky. A dispatch avail thomeelvea.of this opportunity by Stanford, Ky. pastor of tho .Baptist church at Middles-iloro- , TiiKSnrinc eeion of Stanford Female this olhce, or writing to II. has announced from tho pulpit College will begin Tuesday, Jan. --'J. G. Boyle, f)20 Third Htreet, taniaville. II" that ho is Biiuctilled nud ia preaching Wk have tho largest and beat assorted The O. K. Jewel is the best 1 ever saw. My neighbors bring their Jt is almoht ahsolutely certain that nightly to holiness meetings. Great reAs Atsljnee l A. A, Warren, I will on stock ol canned goods in tho city. Calj prevails thoro. L a cakes to me to bake on the O. 1C. Jewel. Buy one and you will be three bonds of $1,000 each will have to ligious excitement . and get prlce. HlfginB A McKinney." last night ho was joined by Bey. L. M. Mrs. Wm. Stone. bo Bold to meet tho dollcit in the convinced of its superior qualities. tho converted gambler and horse. nun inrniM are cash, strictly cash, and lew. To help build the Kingsvlllo turn At o'clock P. M., sell at public outcry the who also claiuiB Banctilicatiou. not but alter jouoro hereby tarnefltly requestedHock-cr- . pike $2,700 wore appropriated, amount ia racer, House and Lot on Danville St, Withers & paying tho other claims, tho to ask us for credit. OF A LOCAL NATURE. FOR SALE BY not in tho treasury. Judge Varnon ex Now occupied by him 11 a resldenco. The talo on n ade in front of ways. In Imposition cleared will beof aix ruonthi. Bond the aix per cent, in- a r Tho Lexington plains tho deficiency in several with credit terest from dito will be required of puichater. Tiikhb is nothing booked nt tho Opera thu llrst place, only $1,000 waa appropriW Sg j. 11, 1'AAIU, nl)Clli:c JeBSO Alvereon, aged 00, died at SilHoubo till Fob. ItH, when Hon. M. ated to coyer road claims, which was third lecturo of thought amply autliclont. Instead, Howard is down for tho G. B. PHI ITT, ver Creek. Ho was the oldeat man in u. u. KINO. tho course. claims to tho amount of $3,200 Madison county. TIIE HERO OP KING & On Jordou's stormy banks wo stand, and if wero filed and nllowed, tho railroad asWk must close up our busineBs Tho boys bhi on their ear, Botament was reduced, which knocked you don't pay ub, wo will bo compelled And thoy proposo to fight it out Uig Line of foOO in taxes and bo on. Tho levy wcb money. off And "do us up" wo fear. to tako other ptepa to collect tho R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, made lest April in anticipation of claims COST. OVERCOATS Yeager it Yeager. In discretion wo nro plainly told to bo filed in October, and it was impot-Blbl- o ' lie uotter pari oi vaior lies, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Wc are Agents for to foreseo tho largo increoso in road Your 18UI dog tax Isdueand lot upon "pomeB" and all such Noticb. So wo or ni,ilm nnd tlm fallinc oil' of revenues rot OLIVER : CHILLED : PLOWS, IV 'ul fran thi.bajt types of Registerd miiBt bo paid at onco to tho marshal And wipo our weeping oyeo. tno hard times and a ahrlnk- produced by tho herds In several differentiates. Correspondence Solicited. myself or your dog must sutler siJcV.' IlreTdTrTsuTeTfrom tho And havo a Until tho war clouds have passed by imposed by law. G. B. Wearon, A0 of values . Full Line of General Merchandise, And things becotno Bereno. c ty clerk. An Koitor's Wois. It really makts MISS LOU ELLIOTT, Wo'll lay verylow and trust to luck At lower prices than ever. All fjr Cash. Call And in our good carbine. of farm implo- - ui weary and long to ily away nnd bo at and tee us. Just received n car load KING & PRUITT, Big raat. when wo look over tho Intkhioii Tho will of the late William Reod Law, mentB, wagons and Oliver plowB. Attorney Morelnnd, Kv. many mistakes nrna nrnhfltnd VPSterdAV. It WttS Written aud see how Genuine STANFORD, KY. t r.'duction In prices all round. Bowaro of Jouhnal - noiiietimes appear. Occasionally, but in September, 1894. Mrs. Reed is only 30 cents. (P. O. BOX 161.) Oliver points executrix, nnd W. I. Hogan, of "8U""" nrely, they aro duo to the hasty manner References: Dra. liallcy, Peyton and8l Car- repairs. J. n. bsgua plow tl nentpr. opposite the Offce ot Lancaster Street, especial attention S3 in whichjwoimay read tho proof, but ol Garrard, Is mado trustee for Mrs. Lizzio Collections receive W. llAUOHMAS for Tuesdsy tenor, and nearly always, to tho llAUGIIMlN. after COURIER-JOURNA- L M. S. J. Sandidgo. Tho will provides that The cold wnvo promised of tho Intelligent composi- all clalnn against tho estate have been cimoand that predicted for yesterday GEO. B. COOPER. to paper. eight tor, who lays it upon our chirography, settled, f 5,000 shall bo given to the wid- Is a ten pag thn host column democratic newfHEN-n- J AS. II YEAGER. was verified, tho mercury going down of everything going. It contains but the sky was clear nud tho bright as if that wero not aa easily deciphered ow, Mrs. Josephine Heed, as her abso WATTER30N Is the eUitor. rROTRIKTORS made it pleasant again. Tho no 1... nlnini'sr. nriut. For instanco wo lute property, tho romalnUer ot tno esaun Boon PRIOE, $1 00 A YEAR. & Yf weather slnco Tuesday baa been as flno wroto in beautiful characters, "In mass tate to bo divided equally between tho Proprietors of. makes WEEKLY could wish for iu January convontion,":but it'appeared in type, "In heirs, subject to certain deductions for Tho 08 anybody very liberal terms to agent , and gives free pre- "Livery it Miunn rountv." Acain wo wroto that money already advanced. Advocate. and nnd the dispatch now nt hand aayB miums for clubs. Sample copies ol the paper any Kentucky. Premium generally fair and warmer for a ."N'eal Dow seems to have lived hia long STANFORD, KY. silns llondricks and Follr Dungun four nace Write to Supplement sent free to will bo address. W. Green his Ltverv counHavic bought of P. day or two. life In vain." It was set up "in tho rain," woro arrested at Norwood, Pulaski call. Nothing but give us and added tew L CO. prepared to furnish buggies and horses, we arc II you noed livery will leavea our stable. See u turnouts thereby leaving tho impression that ty, charged with train wrecking. Sov- - ThoCOURIER-JOURNApalor rates. In our Tub recent advertisement in thismon-,.- tho old man is very "wet" outside, if be oral attempts have been macio recently LOUISVILLE, KY. FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS purse containing a sum of The per of n HARNES3 SHOP ia "dry" within. But why multiply ex- to wreck trains on tho Cincinnati South The traveling develops tho fact that a great many Journal, Hn short notice. and wllliug to public will find'. You will find a good assortment of Harness, Bricompany has been Semi.- - Weekly Interior lurnish "Jrum-is to amples, to harrow up our very bouI. ern railroad. Tho ready u. dles, Saddles, Ac. Have your roainog done by people have loat purses lately, that mcr orojbad euougb, but they do not trying to catch the guilty parties for And Tho TJed&.L The our man. he understands his buiiuess. Wo have a bavo called Theso number ;,y quite n our misspelled. Our only somo time. 0oysTn "and Vmd towu'wlll also find us the peo mechanic in Cour2cr-Journ- al tho "purso" loft hurt llko words townat pie to deal with. Stop vrllh us when in and vo o Canuingbam, a to Beo if it is theirs. As BLACKSMITH SHOP. most Thomas J. consolation lies in tho fact that courts aud entutainmenls and your horse with us 1b an old stocking leg wiui ouiy work and satisfactory citizen of Mercer, was found dead Will bo sent one year to any address for JB3 7S. hid. wi I be wert cared for. Will guarantee road so hastily they fail to observe iu it, no & coolER piece was Address W. P. WALTON, prices, Tiy our horse shoer. ono old tlmo three cent House Stable, Sianford, Ky which aro bo parent to us af- I i n iiMil. Coroner's jury said death Myers Stanford, Ky gg " St givo n proper tho errors, caused by heart disease. one has yet been able to ter tho paper is printed. provo tho ownerahip. description or to InteriorJournul yTKMNO lock hraoolt'lfl nt Datiko. . . . i k. t s?sr rt ru j k- && -- "stis? -- ' 4k vx OPbKYtAK. m "iSnSt"" PCT k uourt-buue- e. joritlsnn8-colunin,ti-jint- A II Ji .iSk 3ftg yy tip ?fc k, 4. jS aJ.k -- i "?& eo Mo Xo WEAKEN : er n Gibb's : Imperial TOUR; Plows, -d to-da- four-year-ol- e, a . DpuS, Books, Paints LARGE . Glnj-Row- u free-hol- d ".""... WELL SELECTED. G. L. PENNY, Exr. Ju WILL -. IIPER. m Clearance Sale. WITHERS & HOOKER, TO J. H. B AlilOT7, M. Stanford, D., Kentucky. m UP 1UTF COOK STOVES ! 1 p-- r TO THE XiABIES - ' addrf-psin- M Assignee's Sals. Las-lev- Saturday, January 26th, T ' " court-hom- 1 how-ove- r, HIGGINS & McKINNEY. BLUE-GRAS- S PRUITT, AT Duroc Jersey Red Swine ,fllssflHHiv"EHHHrRE) bt peu-a'tic- W. S. BTJBCH, at TRAINED NTJUSE, THE WEEKLY -- Stanford, Kentucky Court-Hous- ss Y M.S.&J.W.Baugliman, LIVER STABLE, Stanford, first-cla- ss '0, 1 Yeager : 3s : Cooper, FEED SALE COURIEK-JOURNA- L and Feed Stable, bus-mc- si y las peo-pl- woll-know- n Weekly )?Ltn first-clas- s tgffpiUXTStflTXS, X rr CwC Semi-Weekly IntekiorJomp A I DISAPPOINTED HARD TO ANSWER. tho News, Published Every Tuoaaay and Friday Alton t 1 $ miles out of n Binnll town AT in Texas I camo to n lionso by tho road-sid&IS PKK V'lOiUUV (VDVANCK with n man sitting on tho funco in HWWheo not soraid3i:.60 "ill be charged v fiont, and I Mopped to ot soino information ns to tho forks of tho road nbout SOO yards farther along. K. C. LP GAL TIME CARD. 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BARBEE &OASTLEM AJN MANAGERS, Oonvviarce X7- - A- - Building, LouiBville Agents throughout the South, TBXBBL3, Local A&eat, fcTANFORD, KV. SaniFrancisco. Portland X?air -- 'World's Record. kept lionizing mo. A Doubtful Preliminary. Tho Venerablo Figuro I am tho dis"Now, jodge, " said tho sworn colored tinguished man in whoo honor tho aftor toll you do is given. horo becauso I couldn't BtK g vi a,h rl al a EH is ft 3&a fair any body I'mtalk to. Chicago Rec- witnoss. "I'm got trutli now!" to ord. "And what have yon Ikjoji testifying ,x w k imbmm .a j m vmji. . simaas. to for tho last hour nnd n half?" nsked ATCMCAlalSr Sign)) of It. tho judgo. Landlady I guess tho folding bed "Oh, I dQ3 boon tnlkin up tor it. Hit ETCLMA27SAND you sont up is out of ordor somo way. takoH you bomutimo tor git tor do truth, Dealer Why? PARLOR OARS. jodgo. Yon litis ter skirmish lots 'fore Landlady Well, I'vo used it for two you kotch do rabbit 1" Atlanta ConstiONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE weeks, and not a pen-ohas boon shut up tution. RUNNING - DINING - CARS. in it yet. Chicago Inter Ocean. VIA-jj CHICAGO Tho man in tho comer of the car seat was looking so oxtromoly despondont that tho drummer, who was feeling pretty comfortable across tho aisle, thought ho would go over nnd cheer him up a bit. "Excnsoino," ho said, sitting down bohind him and resting his nrms on tho yes." back of tho sent, "you look lonohonie, nnd "Jou meet rt man 'twlxt hero and I fcol that wny, nnd I thought I might como over and boo if wo couldn't thar?" our bunion and botli of us take n "A man on a gray horso?" "Iio's tho 0110. What did ho pay to lift nt it." you?" Tho despondont ono turned n pair of "Nothing, except 'Good morning.'" grateful oyes upon tho intiuder. "Much obligtd, I'm htiro," ho re"Jon Fay anything back?" "Nothing, except what ho had said sponded, with a washed out kind of a to mo. Why? Who was he?" smilo, "but I reckon you can't do 1110 no "Ho was tho Bhoriff, nnd I thought great nmount of good. I'm chronic this mobbo ho might V had Homothin to bay wny " nbout mo." "What's tho mattor? Sick?" "No; just kind of run down at tho "Why, what havo yon been doing?" hool for lnck of cncouragomonU Every"Nothin.' thing I lay hand to to go tho oili"You don't look liko n bad man." "I'm too good for tho country. I wish er wny. It's sot so bad that I start up stairs sometimes, nud tho uoxt thing 1 Bomotlmes I was wuss. " "What did tho sheriff want with know I'm in tho collar. " " What'H your business?" you?" "Fnrming." "Wanted to arrest mo." "Your crops must bo backward, "Why?" tho "I shot at that sneakin, boss stoalin then?" laughed tho drummer, but apdespondent ono showed no sign of Bill JIcGeo last night" "But yon didn't hit him, for I saw preciation of tho drummer's wit "I used to livo out west, " tho man him in town, drunk, just as I left." "but my bad luck what ho was goiu to arrest went on "Thnt's mo fer. Ho said it was a peuotiusherry followed mo thero too. Lot mo toll you ono case, for instanco, " nnd tho chrouio offenso to miss Bill." That kind of law soomed to mo rathor gloomor manifested moro interest than nt nuy timo previously. "I lived out thero funny, in a way, and I laughed. "I couldn't liolp it, " ho added apolo- where thero aro petJflcd forests wny getically. "Tho deru gun was loaded down in tho ground, and as all my with bird shot, and I thought thoy was neighbors had good water from artesian wolls I thought I'd lmvo ono too. As n buckshot." "And why didn't ho arrest you?" I fact, tho well was n necessity that couldn't bo done without. So I borrowasked, with consideiablo curiosity. "Oh," ho replied, with an earnest ed enough money to sink it nnd wont desiro to bo on terms with tho ofllcial to boring on my own hook itistend of quito npparent in his tone, "tho sheriff letting out tho contract Well, I ought is a mighty good feller, nud when I told to havo strnck water in three weeks, but him 1 bad tho gun loaded now with I didn't. After I had gonodown nbout slugs and a niuskot ball ho said ho'd GO feet I struck solid rook, nnd, by give 1110 a week longer, nnd ho hoped I jiminy, I kept drilling right through it wouldn't disapp'int him, for ho had too for threo months, and it was the hardest much re.peck fer my fam'ly to havo to rock you ovor Fnw a JJ inch liolo put tako tho law on mo. Jou hay Bill was through. I kept on working, though, till I run out of money, and then I mortvery drunk when you saw him?" I assured him that Bill was just about gaged my place for moro nnd used up rigiit to bo ugly, and ho shook my hand that, and then I called in ono of my gratefully n I (started nway. Detroit neighbors to talk nbout it. Ho was post ed on well digging, nud ho went out Frco Press. with mo to look at it Ho took up a Dr. Holmes. handful of tho borings, which wero as Ouo of tho compensations of the poet dry as if thoy had como out of an ovou, is that now and then ho stumbles upon nud after examining thorn n minuto ho Burprii-csuch as ticklo his diaphragm begun to laugh. It wasn't any laughing and ripplo his faco with smilea Ono of matter to me, and I got mad and como theso surprises greeted gonial Dr. back nt him right smart" " 'How deep havo you gono?' Baid ho. Holmes in tho days when ho went to " 'Two hundred feet,' said I, 'ICO of dinnors. At a certain tlinnor party a young Virginia girl, visiting Boston, wns it through tho solid rock.' Past " 'Do you know what you'vo dono?' seated next to a homoly little old gen- tloman, whoao uamosho had not caught. said ho, laughing some more. A correspondent of tho Boston Tran"'No,' said I, 'what?' " 'Woll, yon'vo strnck tho top of ono script tolls what rcsultod from that Attorney at Law, failuro: of thorn petrified trees down thero with Tho gentleman began to talk with her your drill nnd havo bored n liolo mighty - and asked hor how sho passed her timo nigh through it, I should say, if you'vo in tho country. "Oh, wo read, my fa- gouo down through ICO foot of rock.' " Will a: at Executor, Adminitirator and Atilgn-cther and I, " sho said. Th.o despondent 0110 sighed profound- Settlements of eI"11 Special "What do you read?" asked the little and at Attorney and bale and Division of old man. ''And it was a truo bill, mister," ho jnfants' Lands. "Well, tho 'Autocrat of tho Breakfast oonclndcd, "and if I had just sot that Office on Lancaittr St over Supt. W. I. McCla 9 Tabic' for ono thing," sho answered. drill two feet further over in nny direc- ry's office. "I should think you would not enre tion I'd havo got water easy in 75 feet, to read that mora than once," remarkod and plenty of it, nnd had inonoy to tho old man in a touo of Blight dispar- sparo. " Dotroit Frco Press. agement. Her Tito Itluntlers. "My father and I may not bo judges of literature," said iliss Virginia, with All of us know tho individual, man a faint nccout of scorn, "but when wo or woman, who is totally devoid of tact. get to tho end of tho 'Autocrat' wo gen- Sometimes theso destroyers of tho pub-liKy. erally turn back to tho beginning and peaco get iuto literature, and somo-timOffice on Main Street, Opposite the road it over again." they do not Hero is ono who is Tho littloold man smiled at this and embalmed thero. Sho was n young lady was disposed to bo friendly, but Miss who, in talking with a certain Major Virginia was so disgusted with his touo E, noticed a decoration ho had received concerning tho "Autocrat" that she met for distinguished military bervico. him with chilly indifference. "Ah, major," said sho, "I bco you Of Lincoln County. As soon as tbo guests wont iuto tho havo received tho order Pour lo Merito. drawing room her hostess whispered re- I hear it has lcon bestowed very freely The .New proachfully to her, "x"on didn't seom to of late, and that many porsoiis havo And Dr. Holmes ns interesting as I it who don't in tho least doserve Mill, hoped. ' ' it." "Dr. nolmcs!" shrhkod Miss VirTho major smiled nt tho unconscions ginia. There wero a tableau and an ex rudeness of tho implication. .Lancaster, Ky., planation. Youth's Companion. "I assuroyou, "hosaidgravoly, "that Is now In full operation, and invites the attention evory ono who has received it lias ol ltL builders of Lincoln county to its mater-atTho I'nto of the Lion." it, with ono exception. Tho tupnio. woiLnicnihip and low prices Note is myself 1" At tho soiree. Mr. Collegoboy (passing through a "Oh, oxcuso me,"6aid tho lady inno- SOMK OUR PRICES: lonely nnd deported corridor) Hollol cently, "bnt I think you're quito What aro you doing hero, sir? I ran wrong. I'm suro thero aro others!" Pcrlcctly clear poplar or tcllnw pine flooring at jiuru ij havo iuybuii iroin 1110 crowns uiai Youth's Companion. per hundred tapei hundred At low as $ij com-bin- o s Mother. Tho littlo misa nnd her mothor woro on their way to Washington. It wns night, nnd tho moon shone brightly. Tho littlo tot had her noo flattened against tho car window, as children of (1 years dolight to do. Our good natured friend, tho fat man, was chuckling in a subdued way over somo utalo jokos in a comic weekly, and tho grumpy man, ho of dyspepsia nnd disappointment, had been subdued by sleep. Tho train had stopped, and what might bo described ns n "deathlike" stillness prevailed. Suddenly tho littlo girl turned to hor mothor nud said: ".Mamma, is tho moon tho biggest window in God's house?" This amused tho fat man so much that his laugh mvoko tho dyspeptic gontlo-mafrom his slumbers, wheroupon ho Bnid Fomothius nbout children being n nuisance. Bnt tho mother was soroly puzzled. So sho said: "What makes yon ask?" "Why, you told me, mamma, that tho stars wero windows in heaven, nnd that is God's house, so I just thought that tho moon must bo tho bay window. " Then our fat friend laughed louder than ovor, nnd our dyspeptic friend grunted. Thou tho mothor bnid, homo-whthoughtfully: "No, my dear, God put tho moon up in heaven bo wo could boo nt night" That satisfied tho child for n moment Sbo tnrnod nwny and again ilattouod her chubby littio uoso ngniust the window paiio. But it wns only for n moment Then tho child turned, and with an quito humorous in ono of her tender years said: "Who puts it out?" That was a poser. Tho mothor in sheer dcior.ttiou "My child, whatever iu tho world makes yon ask such a quostion?" "Woll, mamma, I supposed, of course, God's wifo put it out whon ho enmo homo late, as you do for papa." Then thorowasn howl, in which even our dyspeptic friend joinod. When it hnd subsided, tho mothor said: "Why, God has no wifo, my dear," nnd sho stroked tho child's head nnd called her attention to tho rapidly moving moonlit panorama outside. The mother iiad had nil she wanted of tho argument, but not so tho child. After n littlo thought sho rot timed to tho conflict, nnd it wns evident from hor manlier that sho felt she had nn unanswerable argument at last "You say God has no wife, mamma?" Bho queried. "Of course not, my dear. " "Woll, how is it," nnd tho littlo ono slipped down nud stamped her tiny foot, "how is it, " sho repeated, with great emphasis, "that yon told mo that wo woro nil God's children?" Washington n U""tlms the I.lttlo Girl Put to Her ill aw 4,000 lbs. Wagon.lneariy e new. KaitbanVs iNcafet that to putchnso vflll within 'lhote plcsse csl! on me at Stanford. John S Illedtoc. ETiD OAT I? OALL. rUtv Ones-hns- MONUMENTS GUANITISmul 3IARUL.IS. J. KARINS& CO., OlllCK 349 X orient bloc). STORE Thoy areon Miln hircel, in the principal Mrs M.J MILLhU.feUnfoid 7J R00liXdV SUKOKON A. S. PRICE, DI.NT1S1 s Ofbcoover McKobtits Drug Store in tho Jwsley lluildlng Stanford. lluilders from original iloslgnt and bet maltnal and workmanthin Third Mtcet, Louisville, Ky. Vciinont am and Wot k bhopt, and Carrara. Italy. Long ea pi lie lice, original lettgni tatlifacllen 80 guataiitc-e- -- $ To Tho LadiGS I w a josks j t jonks, Mult. At my store you will find one ol tho finest stocks of Millinery and Kmbroldcry Material ever brought to Stanford, lhave paid cash for my goods and sell them for cath, to low that )ou will le foicid to buy Irom me An examination will convince you and ou ai Invited to male it. MRS. A. A McKINNLV. JOH23S BROS,, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Sole prrpriclors Dean s Illack Diauond Iloo Paint, Kitimsits futnuntd for jainilng Wood, Uusrantc-eMital and lion Roofs All tools paiuted with Deau's Illack Diamond Paint guaranteed for jears Dealer in beit cistern umpt and Gelvamitd Iron rilWn. 1 C;-i- Stanford, Ky. TO THE LADIES. I deilre to call your atteutlon to the fact that I am ready to teivc you Iu Uitt Mating in any and all stilts. 1 lake the bett faihlon Journals and Weed potted on what ladles should wear. Pricis reasonable Come in and jjlve me a trial 1 ctnp'oT none but first clas help MISS MARY D SMllll, Kcspectlully, Manloid, Ivy 7; 6m THE 1ULKY K. U. UIL.KV, HOUSii! I'roprlotor, J. B. HIGGINS, ...Utsli J n London, irtd. Give 77 - - - Kontucky. Kttsi rRANK .. ever to ,iciftd thausttschod Jood Livery I have moved to my new Hotel ,spd am me a call. accommodate the public, U and every luatt-nteuc- . ....... 3D. S. CAB,PE1TTEH, Stanford, Kv. old Hand ol J. II. Green in At the A Treitt For The I.iulicH. Hustonvlllo, - - Kentucky. well-know- n All Kinds of Coal. Miit Monte will arrivn October lit, with every thing that It new and n.bbj In the way of Pleats call snd examine my ttock before buy Ing My pilces shall be the lowct , 1 hanking you for paitfavoir, rrsp'Clfully, KA1K 1)1 DIiLKAK, Msnttier. list jutt received a beautiful line of Surreys, Phaetons, Buggics,t&c Furnituro and Stoves. Rowing sxnuc lined Cheaper Chans and t uruilure ever before Genuine Oliver Chilltu Plows Step In and ire a llan Moves Llaery Stable aod lilaiktmith bhop lor Rent. The Myers House, P. W. GHKKN, Proprietof. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Stanford, : : : n Kontucky. I am Mill running this Hotel ard will continue U give my guralt the polilisl sttcn well at the let the mtrket allcrdi. Cnpltal Stock. Surplus .$200,000 21,300 Wallace E. Varnoa, atn-otlo- Stanlorcl, Kentucky. e. DR. w. b. 'paiTirsr, Attsntion of the public is invited to lh In that this U the only Nalinual Hank in Slanfeiu Under the proviiioot of the Natlaaal Dank Act dcpotitnrs are tccuied not onlv by the capital liability lor as ttock, but bv the ttuckholdcrs ttueunt efjusl to the ituck, to that depontort ot srs secured by a fund of Jtoono. this Inilllution Five sworn tutnncntt ol thecoudilion of the bank are roads eschyesrto the Uulted Statet jovtra-mee- t and liiattctt ai. eisralned at stated tiraei y g ovcrnment agents, thus securing adJililou. llKhr LINK TO THE NMRr.1 VNI) KAsT. tndperfect tsfety tn dcpotilort All lines Irom the South make diint tonnec Thit mititution, originally eitablUhed at tbt tiont in Ccntrsl Lnlln htatlen, (.meinnsti, with Deposit Hank of Sianteril In 1I3I, tbcu through trains ol the "Dig loul" Is ( liKgo. bL ued at the National Dank ol htanfntd In iStjand Louit, lndiansohs. Colum'uf. Clcvetand New sg.m te orgsnliedss the Pint Nstional lUuk ol York and llottun per lull InlsimaiUu call on SUBtmd la iSli, hat had praclicaUyaa utintei-ruple- d riiitencnef is years It It better supplisl nearest agent or address aow with tscthliesfortranvacUngbuiinstt pium t He ture your tickets retd via "Dig Four.' liberally than ever before la its long au4 Iy and aonorable caicer Accounts ol ceiporstloct, I) II MARTIN, E. O McCOIlMACK, trim sod individual! tstpsctfully sollo Pais and Ikt Ai. Pass liattic.Mangr On ted Llncmnall, O. The Director) ol thit Hank 11 com pond 01 Korettus Keid, I.iucoln county ; S. T, Itairii, I.luoaln; J II. Collier, Libceln, J. YV Hsydeo, Stanford; Only Ducct Line between S.ll Ilaurhman, Lincoln; J 8. Mocker Stanford; W A. TrlbUr, SUnfurd; M. D. F.linotc, Stanford; Shcrtctt and iiulckrit between T. P. Hill, Stanford, Frunkfort, Georffotown and PurlB, K. L. Tanner, Mc Kinney; MnyBvillo, Oynthinnn, Oarlislo, M.J Mill... Ml. Vernon-- J - Falmouth nnd Covington. S. Ilocl.r, Preiidsnt: Aik lor tickets via Kentucky Mi Hand. 'Tiaint John J. McRoberts, Gaihler; run by Central Mandard Time. A. A. McKipney, Attittant Cntlf. limeTabU Dec. jo, IS94. Special Attention to the Traveling Public. Big : Four : Route, gu fldu-eian- Sj. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort Dentist, Stanford, rsv l'ost-Olfi- lHAlNi bAbT. " (eorgrlownll... Arr.C.S. Depot. . . . No. Lve I'ranklort A 700 " Klkkorn 711 " Stamping Orotind 7 S am. 7 47 7 S3 8 30 1. No 3 No 5 JV 7 p m. a m p in 830 ,13 ijo 83 s 40 440 515 300 930 4 Farmers Rank&Trnst Co Of STANFORD, Is new lully.ergsnucd o es JJL1J3 " Pans . ...C. . . 3 JJ 30 11 aM J SO J i KV., and lead y for butincti wile -- TRAINS WKVT. TO THE CITIZENS "Georgetown II 104a " Stsinp'g Ground io;g " V'lkhom .. ..II 10 Arr Ptankfirt ..A 1130 Leave Frankfort 8 Lve Paris . C. C S. Depot No. s. No 4. No 9 No 8. p in. a. m., a m. 9 45 -- 1037 3 31 Paid up Capital of Surplus, . 6 45 703 7 so 64s 545 617 64S u ji t 40 11 jo $200,000 it 000 03 Now closing up) with the ssmt aitctt and undtr 30a ra ; ihf. tame managtuuent m. 10.45 lly provmsnt of ittchaiier, depotitort arc ai Leave Irankfort 7 a m ; arrive llncinoatl at fully protected at am depotitort in Nstional IO IGI til. Leave Krankfoit llankt, its tharcholdert bong held Individually 30 p m. ; frilve Cincmuttl liaole to the eatentol the amount of their ttock 823 p. in SUNDAY TRAINS. therein at the par value thereol, In addition to the mount inveitcd in tuch tharit. It may act at West Leave Georgetown 10.17 A. M.I arrlvo etccutor, administrator, truatt-cAc, at fully at at Krankfort 1130 A. M. M . arrive tt to individual Last Leave Franktott a 1) P. lo thote who (.strutted their buitinctt to ut Georgetown j s I' M Leave Franklurl J 30 p m ; arrive Cincinnati while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol , Stanlord, we we hcic tendrrour many lhankt and 6 as P m trust they will continue to transact their butmoil a m ; arrive Frankfort Leave Cincinnati with Ut, ollering at a guarantee fer prompt Mttn-tio- n 11 30 a m. to 1 he Kf mucky Midlslid Radwayantl connee. banking saiao, our twenty years' experience It and at liberal sccoiHinndatieni at are cm tiont form the thortttt and cheapest route to all intent with touud banking. points Niuth, Kit, Sortti and Wint Kor further information apply to their jgent. DIKSCTOHV C D. IttllCAW. Cell Pass Agent Gl".0. II. 1IARPKK, llec'r&l.en Supt J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, Irankfutt, Ky i'cifectly clear yellow popls- weather boarding at , 11. ShanktkSiaiironl, f Co per hund'ud As low a $1 yi per bundled J. S 0i!c),Manfri4; Allpstterns and thlcktiea ol CmIiiii; in )elluw S J. riubi), Stanford, I imp, poplar, chestnut and ash, at low ai $1 25 per as (1 per hundrotl Ioubl tlrcsstit lumber at low J. 1! Owtlcy, Kunlerd, hur.drtil. Ilraiitiful tclkw pine flnlshlii); lumber J F. Catb, Stanferd quarter oak, Ac Save moriey by giving ut you. orden William Gooch, Stanlerd; AND THE LANCASTP.k PI AN'INR MILL. A. W. Carpenter, MlHulgeville, K LancaUcr, Ky 7j Am W 11 Cuiniuinr, Prescherefill b II )anki, I icuJiut Dr J II I wslty, Cathie r, W M Telle, THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD. 733 71 arrive at Lcsmgton iw SUCCESSOR to Til 2 LINCOLN NATIONAL I1ANK OV STANrORD, Lancaster Planing , OF 1 NORFOLK SOLD TO . "Bread is the Staff of Life" , .WKIIBJIO K.J HEED. G. P. IX..H. BACON, D Chicago, Louisville, Ky. K.ithur Dldlcult. Ballard's OBELISK TICKETS ALL POINTS: Itov PA, A 111 A Condition. 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