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AccoriltiiK to promlsi, wo wiil sund you nn, tn nonif, IntoreRliiiK itum of the matrimonial List Tuomlny niht yimrHeribo was hni'lj eujoyiiitf liia rt'flt, nnil li.nl wound otr tho tlmo to tlio "nvo mini' liwin, ayont tlio twal," wlion "at my chamber door there eint a knofikinir," which upon inspection proved not to ho one nlri'iitly n raven, but two youiiK madly ravin a bonoillct, nnd tho other in his futile attempts to noon be. Tho youuK men in question were li. H YottDKi of Highland, and the other I... N. Taylor, of Annul, Pulaski county, on the rock ribbed hills of Fidlilii. Tiioy were on their way to make a uivalry cluruo nn the classic halls of Christian College, and k dnap a young owe lamb, Miss K la Maylleld, of Pulaski, a lovely hcliool inarm of His I Ugh urns, V. J. Davidson's corps It fiouma that this was their JTo the Kdltof epi?-clea. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1895. SANCTIFISATION: NO. 93 VI Li li ' ei r third attempt to escape tho irate pater familUs, and had been uuiuccosutul, tho first through a mlslit of their own, and tho second owing to the extra wind and quicker tlmo of 'old dad's mar," who overtook them after a few miles' dHsh les and first road them a Sunday-schoson, thickly iuterspersed with rugged bumps o( rhetoric, to all of wnlch they quietly submitted, and sensibly agreed to bide their tliiy, hich cime none too soon for them to appreciate. From here they sped to MerCintioy and fearing to proceed immediately to lluitouville, les they Hush the quarry in tho Hush of morn, abided f Jr a lime In the waiting room of tho dopot and when tho rosy morn awoke with the sparkling rhyme upon her brow, procured a doublu rig and daolu'd an ay to where tho loadstone of one of the party lay. They iiiiiiIik a matutinal descent upon the family of Dr. Humphrey, found the same prepar ing to tho inner man by an application of the morning meal. Mira Kiln was equal to the occasion and "I'll bo ready in ten minutes" showed bow her heart was set upon the matter, caused but littio delay, when tl ej then made a Sunot burst for Home way station on the L, & X. to avoid the f ttal lightning. They made quick tlmo ?to May wood, where they boarded a train lor the friendly bosom of a slater State, Tenner-se- e, to reap the fruition of their hopt s aud thereby elude "old dad." train South bore the smiling pair, new but one, on their return to their natixo heath, and their respective school rooms May joy bo theirs; may sho no'ur the change, and may he never live to mourn the Jay upou which ho chang od(a May field Into a Taylouehop ) Mulky John. ol To-day'- B ru-gr- et word is truth." John 17:17. In his book on "Natural Laws of tho Spiritual World," Dr. Drummond states ih it the visible phenomena of nature aro but tho "ends of those that nro invisible and spiritual." Hut while the material world may bo hut tho fringe of the spiritual and tho external as hut the drapery of the internal and invisible, yet there nm doubtless large realms of spiritual truth concerning which tho voice of na. turo is dumb. Hut as God is ono, that which is natural must coincide witli that which Is spiritual. There Is such a cor- - his Master, Ih generally level, and wo usually publish what ho sends with tho confidence that ho was euro ho was right before he went ahead "Sanctify them through thy truth, thy What Is K nnd How Obtained? Tlio following pennon wns preached by lid. W. L. Williams at Huslocvillo recently. Tho old genlltMiian's head, which lias grown white in tbo tervice of CRAB ORCHARD. Mr. John McGee, of Livingston, is VJ visiting friends here. Mrs.. Zillers is with he'r suiter, Mrs. ifoldam. The lleautlful" has put in Sanother appearance, with tlio prospect of a pro traded slay, but with Snatespoaro, wo would say "uninvited guests are when they aro absent" Mrs. Clara Singleton is ro covering and remodeling her residence, which wiil be quito an improvement. May others follow her example. A few enterprising citizens can Boon work up a spirit of internal improvement, which is so much needed in our now quiet and pleasant littio town. Miss Salllo Green is visiting friends in Danville. Her gonial presence ia much missed. Dr. Walter Keazley Is at Mr. Joe homo for a brief sojourn. is a pleasant visitor to his mothUrooks er and sister. Mr. and Mm. George, of Lincaster, aro guests of Mrs. Clara SinMr. Kaymond HaHeldlne is gleton. mingling among friends hero. wel-com- i ( husband ill treats yon, yon heap coals of flro on his head," Bhould uaid tho missionary. "Well sorr," replied Mrs. Katlurty, "oi didn't do thot exactly, but oi did tho nixt tiling to it. Ci hit him on tbo head witli tho poker, but it didn't do a bit of good, sorr." Harper's Hnzr. A photographic instrument has been invented that can take pictures of Hying bulletB on an exposure oi only of a second. The total output of canned tomatoes in 1891 in the United States was 131, fti7 H1N1 cans against 107,500,000 cans in "If your responuenco between tho natural and tho spiritual as to c.iueo our Ixml to employ the ono as an illustration of tho oth er. Ity reason of this Atlantic sin "judgment came upon all men to condemnation, and death parsed upon all mon," and the death that Bin brought upon the body was the visible token of the corresponding death, the sama cause inflicted upon tho Hotil. Temporal and spiritual death "by nature" reigns over tho entire raeeof man, but the second Adam has come to remove sin and death, from soul aud body, and restore man to peace and communion wl h God aud a joy moro ecstatic than ho over kuo in his Eden home. Tne It blodHJcribes the natural state of man as one of spiritual death, as "dead in trespasses," as tho "children of wrath" and "condemned already." In harmony with this description of his spiritual state, his recovery from thlsfllnful stato is represented ua "quickened together with Christ," as ''created anew in Christ unto good work," m "horn again," and as a "now creature." That which imparts sgiritual life to tho soul is none other than Christ himself "formed in tiie soul," hijiI who is our "hope of glory." Tbero ia danger at this point, In view of tho nebulous mysticism of much of tho late revival presetting, that tho mind be led off from its personal acceptance of Christ and trust in him, into a visionary, dream-lik- e hallucination of tho wildest bewilderment and become so utterly befogged as to ignore reason aud the plain teaching of tho word of God, under the delusion that the accidental opening to any given chapter or verso in the Bible is positive evfdeuce that the Lord did it in ord?r to guide the reader. When Christ Jesus, our only Lord and hope, is supplanted by the wild vagaries of a distorted imagination, then He is caused to suitor in tho houaa bi Hi's friends. When tho soul first believes upou Christ so as to accept and trust In Him alone for salvation, that troth that diliereutlates his new life from hid old life, iti tho truth that Christ Jesus has been voluntarily accepted and is now "formed in hie soul" as the spiritual factor aud principle of his christian life. To allow this truth to become overshadowed hy a mysticism generated by an Irrational enthusiasm to that extent is a do thronement of Christ Since thea "Christ formed in tho soul" is the beginning of the new life, this "now creature" (the Invisible) duds its analogy in tho old creature, (the visible ) ''lie beginning of life, both natural aud spiritual, is its babyhood. Tills one word describes each as being its weak est and Hinallt'St state. What now things lias the new creature received' 1. He lias received Chrint. 2 tie has received lite Iloiy spirit. 'A. He has nceivod pardon. 1. Tlio loyo of God shed abroad iu his heart. 5. Hope of Heaven. 0. Tlio promise, "Lo 1 am with you always." What now ia to bo the future life on earth of such? God governs all life, natural and spiritual, by .ted law. Ttie laws governing all life require first, food, second, proper environment, third, exer11 cise. th li 1S93. f not bo counterfeited. Its delicate tints cmnot be reproduced. death. A Tho opal ia tho only gom which can- Mrs. Maggie Gill is on trial in New York for boating her nged mother to , r A friend In need Is frlond indeed, and not less than one million have found just such a friend in I)r King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. If you have never used tin you ercal CoughMedicIne, oui) trial will cinvluco ducurative powers that it has wonderful Chestand Lungs. in all hot Kach cat sot the Throat, do all that H claimed or mon tluls guaranteed to eywill bo refunded. Trltl bottles free ntA. R Venn) 's diugstorc. Large bottle jocund $i. Million Frlondd. f ' v Mr Ira P. Wetmore, a prominent real estrte used Cnau.bjrlaln's man. San Angelo, Texas, hat Remedy n his famColli. Cholera and Dlairruci ily fni several jears as occasion rehired, and alfitit it a ways with perfect success Heays: iKirfect cure lor our baby when troubled with colic my outfit Is not that or dysentery. I now feel or this neraedy at Ii3m complete, without a bottlo oronatripawaylrottihome.'' For sate br Dr. S. U. llocker, drujsicist, Stan-lor- 'I d. What is now to bo the food for the soul'' JeBtiH responds, "I am tho broad of life." "He who came down from Heaven nnd gave His life unto the world." "Receive with meekness the engrafted word which is able to Btve your souls." "Ue ye doers of tho word aud not hearers only." Tho new life is to be perpetuated iu tlio iiHeof the same truth that gave it being. "As you receiv od Christ ho are you to walk iu Him." A second law of life is a proper envi ronment. This law it also a necessity for all life. The fragrtnt Ibwer requirtB It rannot its t'iven soil and Mio;nnr live witli aiwdust for soil and frost and For rheumaU.m I bave found nothing eiiitt ts Chamberlain''. It rcleives the naln sa ice for its petals. Analogous to material soon as appluU. Pain Halm.Young, J, w. West Liberty. . id spiritual life. If the life of Christ ... life .no p....,... irnci it niiurus is aioiie worth many time tiie cost, ia cents Its contin- is preserved in the soul the surroundings ued use wifl effect n permanent enre. ror sale ty ut.a, u. tiocker, druggist, Stan- of tits soul must bo homogeneous with foid. Clirist. Heim; "rooted and grounded" Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo: in the faith of Christ, then tho moral The best salve in the woild for cuts, bruises, inllueuces brought to bear upon tiie bouI sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fsver sores, tetter, chapchilblains, corns and ail skin eruptions. For "evil com-t- n ped hands, cures piles, or no pay reputred. It Is ia of vital importance. It positively will corrupt good manners." guaranteed to give perlect satisfaction or money i"c:itioii3 refunded l'nce as cents per, box. For sale by Tlio j ouug or old Christian who coneentB A K. 1'enny, Stanford, Ky. in-d'l- cj to make daily companions ol the profane 1 LANCASTER, CARRARD COUHTY. n will soon IImu the spirit of Christ and! turn against him. The young Christian1 -- K Iim be aKreml to hold the uniou 8 rn '"l,urcl evor"' who coiiHHiita to visit tho A Lo in 8ervico Ht tho I,'uylr'-'until that congregation Beard, of pleasure ob a epectator will l8u',,,'iy I H soon yield to the invitation to accept a omW" , . , partner in llimlnnns.. nn.l tlm I..I.11 "HiocuiouR rvmgus 111 ijriiima ' " KMUIIIUUIU formed, tho spiritual life Ihhoou enorva hadssvon candidates for the first decree ?3 It will have work tnd and the prayer meeting nnd Becret at a recrtnt mooting. Lo prayer low their their Bweetness, and ofery Friday night for soma lima to spiritual hfo is withered and dies. T'jo come. Mies Katie Simpson is tho guest of soul can not prosper and maintain cor. dial relationship with with moral evil. Mis Georgia Miller. Mr. Sam Harris, of Good hooks only should ba read. Good Louisvlle, is visiting Ids parents Mr. and Mrs E. W. Harris. Mrs. W. G. Dunlap associations only should bo formed. of Lexington, Is visiting relatives heie Spiritual Hfo can not bo precerved in vigor while the Lord's day is consumed Miss Jennie Lackey bus returned from In idle pleasure or otherwise than in liv- Stanford. Mr. Ed Arnold is attending ing in loving fellowship with Jesus Commercial College In Louisville. V r Christ. Tliey who are planted iu tho Kaymond Haselden is in Crab Orchard house of tho Lord shall flourish in the on btiBiuess. Thursday afternoon tho fire boll was Would you know what we are doing ? If so, come to our new courts of our God. rung for the fourth tlmo this month. 3 The "new creature" requires exerstore. We have a few more Winter goods unsold and they are to cise. Exercise is another universal law Some ono was burning trash on the pub be sold regardless of Treasury deficits, Democrats, Republicans or of spiritual life. It is expressed by Je- lic Bquaro and tuo smoke went up If you want full value for your dollar, our new store is the sus in ttieso words: "He that aaveH his through tho tiling into the tin guttel Populists. leiding to tho roof of tho Hemphill place. We lifoslmll lose il; he that loses his life for occupied by Mrs. E. A. my Bake shall fiod it." This law of ex Il looked as though the roof was a erclse is embodied in tho Savior's own life. Tnat lifs was wholly expended for fire under the tin and considerable exothers, Ilia own personal interests could citement was created beforo the. cause of only he promoted hy giving all of his tlio trouble was located. The Bound of Embroideries, Laces, White Goods, Percales and Spring Dress Goods timr. nml all of hia energies and a i. of Its'i the fire bell Bonds a cold chill through and these we arc ready to sell with winter goods at very low prices. erery Lancaster citizen's body, X eritioariiientn lor others i good. Because We will also receive this week a new lot of Clothing, we think Quito a stir was created Friday latt, Jesus humbled Himself and made Him flslf of nn reputation, though equal with wien Marshal W. A. Arnold arrested tho Father, and became obedient unto Henry Roddick and wife, of color, on death, even tlio death of the croes, on the charge of firing the Miller Hotel. this account Gsd give to Him Ilia Tliofe concerned in tho case refuse to we have ever handkd, both in quality, style and fit, and our new throne of regnancy and placed upon His talk or give out any information, but it Shoes for Spring will also be ready by the last of the week and we who was a trusted bro a,' tho crown of iiniversal Lordship, s .Jems that employe of tho iiotel had a fuss witii his will be aud summoned to Ufa presence every angel in the Heavens and gave procla- wifo and whipped her. She, in her anger, and in order to get eveu with him, mation, "Let all tbe angels of God wor t ild some parties that he, Keddick, had ship Him." Along this came line of unselfish con. set fire to the Miller Hotel and had also It matters not at what price goods are sold in any market, we are a lot of goods therefrom. Marshal secration and self sacrifice for the good stolen Arnold heard of this and in company here to sell and we intend to meet all competition. of others, can our own truo and hiirhest Mr. oi Fat it interests be only secured, ueareserv- - with i Masters, brother .!.. . . .1 .i... nuverm uwier yarues V eiii to "u .. a ni. God only fa ..... muorivllJKt UWieiP. .u UidJick'a house and arrested him and Jesus gathers np all ttie unsellUh tl wife. Search was then made and of our lives, performed like his own, for his large quantities of knives, forks, spootiB, othuis' good and saya of them: "Hecaue'e sheets, &c, all marked "Miller Hotel," you have done these thing unto the were found. The parties were lodged in leaatof my disciples, ye have done tl.tm 1.11 .1 I1 I 1..! uh .1.1 jau nun an baiiuiuiiuk .!..! ill I... lieiu trim unto Me." to day beforo Judge Burnside. It is im Tho Banctificatlon taught In tho word possible to get any further information of God is no mysterious, invisible, alnow, but some interesting things will no mighty power of (he Holy Ghost sent doubt be brought out at the trial. directly don from God' andjinstantaue 75 Beautiful Patterns at 25 per ct lcssthan you ever bought ously lifting the soul up into a qtate o' By a vote of 31 to 21 the Senate passthem. See our 3c, 4c, 5c, jc, 10c, 15c, 20c up to 50c conscious, sinless perfection, and with ed the bill pledging the credit of the x edges. vociferous ejaculations 6f mingled laugh- United States for the construction of the ter and smiles of joy, Beading thopi forth Nicaragua canal. The bill provides for to tell when and how "they got it." No, the guarantee of 370,000,000 of the bonds no; but Bible saoctificition is tho fr.ee, of tho Maritime Canal Company by the voluntary surrender of all wo are and of United States, in return for which tbe 40 Patterns to select from; style way up; prices way down. all we have, to be used nqw and forever Government is to receive $70,000,000 of according to the will o( Christ. Hence the company's stock. Senator Blackburn ' Jesus taught his disciples to pray, "Thy voted against and Senator Lindsay was will 60 tione on earth as ft is in Heav- paired against it. Nainsooks, Jaconets, India Linens, Dimities, Cambrics, en," and as tlio faw of tne spiritual Tho Nebraska Legislature has apworlcl findj its true expression in this propriated Long Cloths, &c. $50,000 for the relief of destiprayer, bo it is to become concrete in tho tution in that part of tbe State most seperBonal hfo of each Christian. verely stricken by the drouth last sum"No man can live unto hinnelf." God mer. Tho State is 10 inches behind in has linked human destinies together. rain and tbe recent snow storm waa ballIn heavy goods is melting the prices on Boots Flannel?, Etch ono is leading others with him up ed with delight. Blankets, Comforts, Gloves, &c. to heaven, or dragging ihom down to The French wine crop for 1804, inhell. Am I doing tlio will of Christ with cluding Corsica and Algiers, amounted all tho time I have ? With all the influ- to 1,117,870,000 gallons, valued at ence I hive? With all the money I at 10 cents per gallon. Tho crop have? Ami I doing all the good I can ? was smaller than iu the preceding yei r Take lake pleasure in showing you these goods. Aud in as many ways as I can ? Am I by 'JSO.H'J.OOO gallons. doing good to all the people I can ?Then wife ot a Mrs. Aivin 3 8 I must continue td do bo as long as over compositor was literon the Times-StaI can. Could I love my enemies moro ally roasted to death by the explosion of and overcome the evil iu others more by a coal-ocan at her home, in Newport. showing' to them kindness and love ? fe- Sfc- Twenty ono barges of coal belongDj I find myself perfect and complete in ing to the tows of the Tom lieeso No. '2, -all the will of God ? Here is where the aud tho Marimer, wete sunk Friday opeainctiilcition ol tho Bible comes iu "If ning opposite Hickman. ' you know thedo tilings happy are you if Judge Alfred Yaple, noted jurist and LIFHIME you do them " "If you do those tilings authorative writer on legal question, died a week. Think ofit. you shall never fall." "Hlessj.nl are they at Cincinnati Saturday. the publishers of that do his commandments." Tlio l.vcnuiR rust, ot j.oiusviiie, j ntn cniwicti to make mi unprecedented offer to the news- "Forcive me," contrite!); It is proper to observe in this connecMBV paper rentiers of Kentucky. 1 will send the tion that all real Christians are sanctified "I didn't mean to kiss you, but the in LOUISVILLE EVENING POST, hy a id thid sanctillcaiion iacoetaneoua with pulee waa irresistible." Forgive jou'." The tide prepaid to any address in Kentucky one year for $2. lend-lndully, established in 1S70, tho l'ost t lelr converdion, yet all are by no means alio snapped. "Never while I livtl A afternoon journal of Kentucky, prints tho full report of sanctified 10 tho sime extent. But it girl may torglve a man for kiesiug tie tho Associated l'ress, full market reiiorts, n ushiniitou uud all Frankfort correspondence, special telvfiruph news frommismay Iu responded:' Did not the Savior but never for apologizing afterwards." parts of Kentucky, snorting news, society, racing, choice 1 ho paper used is clear aud cellany nnd live political matter. teach His disciples, "Be yo perfect as Burlington iIa.) Gazette. tho typo large andeastly read. Agents wanted: write for terms. your hathor in Heaven ia perfect?'' and Any one who has children will rejoice with t. XOTICl.AU persons who wish to take advantage of this offer must make checks and money orders payable to His b.y the fact that Ho thus taught is positiyj II. MulfoM.of I'UlnviIe, N. J. croup. little two 11. G. HOVLL, Jlooiu X: 516 Third St., .011svJiIe, Ky. For five years of aue, was sick with proof that a life of absolute holineps Is ujy ami nlfihti he tried various remedies recom by frieuds and neighbors. He attainable in the flesh? I heard a holi- mended suro thought suro I would losesays; "II i&fc- thought aim adteitisseen Chamberlain's ness ia tho .Methodist church at More- - ludand thought I would CouubIt Keiuedy last tiopoas a try cd land, by tho name of Keeue, make the and ant happy to say that alter two doses he slept moruing I gavo it to him next day and u avowal with nil the emphasis posaiblo, until was effected. kop this remedy iu the house euro now and as oon as any of my children show signs that "ho was hs holy as God." Yes, Je- oi croup I glvu it to them and that is ths last ol 13 TIIE LKADKR. sus .ild thus teach "Beyo perfect as your It." 35 and jo cent bottles f.ir sale by Dr. S. G. Father is perfect," but none of his Apos- Hooker, drugglit, Stanford. tles ever professed to h iv J reached that spiritual point. Nor did any of them eer conduct it holinesj meeting to -. ttie diaoiple hy prayer and "bodi hor Coston. a tick, wo 1. sfnw ly exercise" to seek to be uplifted inVt.en b'.ia wi. a Child, nho cried for Custorla. stantly into this state of sinless perfec Alien sho became MUs, sh clung to Castorl. tiou. Whea ehe bad Children, she crvethm Cattoria. ( To be concluded in next issue.) - ball-roo- m a I i r"r P?r. J o c "iw'C7J!. Tiiii amwt OUR NEW STORE ! Btore-roo- Pas-co- Are ." Receiving ." Daily TIE BEST LINE Prepared For All. HUGHES '& TATE. in-la- w -- ..,...:. --- 1 I I NEW HAMBURGS LINEN LACES WHITE GOODS- - OUR JANUARY THAW $185,-S00.OO- 0, WE WILL McU-ynoIds- , r, flVJHfflfcATOaa aSfe. -- & SMo il 4fe- 4fe- 7v5" "7f y --- 7 "7 "7j$r &! $.OFbKYbAK. rr j -- 1 S. isuiiS-colunin.S-pni- ie & 7V5 7fcr 1 k.. 4& jjSfe. .sJk. fe. "?$? rfF "?$? "?fi? "7$? '5$?' ! ,k. 1 v. iMTlrirsiii Having tho needed merit to more than make good all Ihe advertising claimed for them, the blowing four remedies have reached a phenomenal ale. lit King's New Diicouery, for cousuup lion, Coughs and Colds, each botlle guarantced-Klcctr- ic Bitter, the great remedy for Liver Stomach aud Kidneys. Umklen's Arnica Salve, the best in tho world, and Dr. King's New Life Pills, which area perfect pill. All theae remedies aro guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them and thedeater whose name is attached herewith wi.l be glad to tell you more of them. Sold at A R. Penny's Dru Store. Four31gr Successes. The Vulcan ChilleJ Plow. Over 100 now in use in Lincoln county and all of them giving satisfaction. It has no eqiul. Costs less to keep it in repair and does the work better than ..n plow made. W. H WEAKEN & CO. rtMl -- Weekly Stani-okd- interior Journal , Kv., Jasuaky 29, 1895 VV. P. WALTON. r I f t I Fred Ward, who broko Gen. Grant and afterwards served seven years in tho penitentiary, is now workiug for $(5 a week in n clerk's office at Genesoe, New York. TriE statement in the liuisvillo Times A bottle of wine, so heavily drugged that Oongreesimn A. B. Montgomery, of that one swallow might have been fatal, Elizibethtown, will shortly announce was eent from Louisville to William himself a candidate for governor bears on Meaner, of Somerville, N. J., by Borne its very face the odor of its own improb- person unknown. ability. The man whom a republican Judge Jackson, of Louisville, de turned down for Congress in a largely cides that the plea as to the unconstitu democratic district by over 1,000 majori- tionality of the Kentucky election law ty, certainly has not tho gall to ask the can not be considered, and that the stat State to take him up after his district has ute must stand. Mrs. Elizibeth ltichards, of Colum eo signally shelved him. The stone which the builders rejected will nover bus, O , dreamed that her house was on fire. Awaking suddenly ehe ran to a become the head of the corner. window and leaped out, sustaining inju The eng'e being a National emblem ries from which she died. the republicans have no right in law or In some counties witnesses are sell justice to use it as ft party devise. Ono ing their claims against the State at 50 or two courts have decided that they cents on the dollar, preferring to do that have not and it is likely that the next to await the indefinite resumption of billots will not show a picture of tho piymeot of all such claims. bird of freedom. At the meeting of the The four children of M. and Mrs. State republican committee at Louisville Andrew Colo, of Lawrence county, were last week, it was suggested that a taken to Louisa Buffering from hydro- star with a large letter "It" in phodia. They bark like dogs and go into the centre, be adopted as the republican spasms at the eight of water. election design and it will likely be done. Three republican members of the president has .signed the urgent Indiana Legislature will side with the Tub deflciency bill, carrying among other democrats against the bill to depriye the things an appropriation for thb collection governor ol tne power ot appointing of the income tax. Certain members of trustees of State institutions. Misa Willette Robinson, of San Fran the Senate tried hard to defeat the bill, was finally passed as it cime from cisco, own t scream wuen sue caugut a but it the House. The estimated revenue to thief in her mother's room at a hotel. be derived from this tax is jau.wu.wu, She coolly locked him up in the elevator which is more thin enough to make up and then went after a policeman. The new French cibinet formed by the urestnt deDcit. It is said that 3 0, persons and 160,000 corporations will M. Ribot was officially announced Sun030 day. The French press expresses have to pony up under the law. at the composition of the cabinet Ciitv MrC'iiijaky iaooucsed to the ex but the criticisms are not unfriendly. tension of tne civil service rules to tho As the result of a war among the consular and diplomatic service for sev grocers at E 'zibsthtown. granulated sueral reasons, one being that the certainty gar is Helling at 25 lbs f jr?r and New Or- of protracted residence abroad would leiusai oj pounua lor tne same money, simply convert our representatives iuto with other goods proportionately low. interest in foreigners, with decresin Jack Sewell, of Waco, who saved a uQVirs. The extensiou of the civu home liviia when the ferryboat loadil service rules to anything is n rank im ed with sank in Kentucky position on the party given power. "To the river some months ago, lost one of his victors belong the Bpoils" and they ought children that ventured too near a blaz ingfire. to have them. A momorial to tho Nebraska LegisTub Snnate bv u vote of 24 to 22 sus lature ins been presented questing the rf tained President Cleveland's policy in Nebrastca Congressional delegation to regard to ilawaii and declared that he work for tho deportation of Mgr. Satolli deserves the approval and support of the and prohibiting his return to this counSenator Pettigrew, of try. American people. S juth Dakota, wos the only republican The judge has extended the Mt, manly enough to vote his honest senti- Sterling court to enable the grand jury ments in tho matter of absolute to fully investigate the Blair lynching. unless by agreement, with Indictment against four have been rethe affairs of other nations. turned, including one against the er, James Best. Loving Gaines, of the Elkton Frogrets, A bill has been passed by the Alais tempting fate by buying fast horses-Hof John bama Senate, which, if it ehould become should study the experiences a law, would enable the Southern RailGaines, of the Bowling Green Bee, Jim of the Glasgow .Times, and way Company to exercise control of the Richardson, Frank Spotswood, of the Harrodsburg Alabama Great Southern, thus knocking Democrat, in the race horse business, out the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton. and eave himself before it is everlastingWra. H. McGratb, of Philadelphia, ly too late. shot and killed his daughter .Col. Orauoock is a bjld bad man. He and then killed himself. He left a note tells in larga letters of the death of his stating that both himself and daughter Lord Churchill, though there were affected with a nervous trouble record that he himself was ever that he belioved incurable and that death is no was preferable. married. The Bhock of the announce The Mafia, which has been quiet ment is not bo much over the death as tha lraz.n confession the old man makes since a New Orleans mob lynched several of its members, is again showing signs in it of his depravity. of activity. The murder of an Italian Theub should not be any hesitancy on Wednesday has been followed by a dethe part of Congress in increasing the mand upon one of the wealthiest Italians tax on boer, if by that means the etraiu in New Orleans for $2,000, upon pain of on the treasury cau be relieved. Beer assassination. is not a necessity and luxuries, especialKuchan, a walled town in Persia, ly of an intoxicating kind, should be which had 25,000 inhabitants in 1890, made to pay the highest tax possible. was entirely destroyed by an earthquake, gets off tho worst Jan. 17th. The loss to life was enormous. The Covington l'oat Moat of the victims were crushod to ono on EJitor Kuott, of tho Louisville death by falling buildings, but many Poet, that we have seen, when it says were burned to death, the ruins in that the Scriptures tell U3 that "He that they were ontangled having caught which fire beheveth Kuott shall be damned." Six hundred were entombed in n mosque GauteinnU is about lo be declare war wlnie engaged in prayer. Six hundred others perished iu the various baths. upon Mexico. -live-pointed Dvciik, of the London Echo, havinR cleansed himself Kr Ujb ilrat lime in his Ohriet-tun- s life, with the bcmp niven him torn of tho f.ict, .that lie in view needed a ood wasliinR, is experiencing euch a strange and unusual feeling that heimflRines he is sanctified anddovotesa number of articles in his paper lo us because wo do not ro wild over every dog-inBOtne irresponsible person may present. We have great respect for reliion pure and undeQled and for that reason we dislike to have it brought into ridicule by such scenes as Oarradiue and his adherents make possible. Dyche'a de fense ol Buch thinua is all the worse for them. His mental capncity is such that he is "tossed to and fro, and carried about by every wind of doctrine, by tho sleight of men, and cunning craftiness, wherebv thev lie in wait to deceive in stead of "proving all things and holding At to that which is good." mo urn .i.. tuiwi I. iinvcui'or. -in no dancer of nun .i;ir. f, "...--- i mind on account of embracing losing his this new fangled form of a resurrected relic of the darker ages, because it is for n man to lose that which he never had, but we would advise hitn to Btick to politics, as ignorant as he i3 of the science, and not attempt to curry the favor of a certain class of people by ad- vocating that which knows nothing about and brow beating those wlioin ne cau not answer in sensible argument. nn-eeu- t Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana wero A cask of the biter getting bit is ro portoJ in New Yrk. A Yankoo came visited by a eovoro buow storm Sunday, I ll UlU .... fn. t.Sa iiivi. ........ lirmia f. IFrankfort bakers have reduced tho nil .1... nj liuui ma innimtaln ........ price of bread to two loaves for a nickle. meeta"green goodi" mm, who was to Carrollton has contracted for the 6oll him all tho counterfeit money he to cost $18,149. dHpoie of torn nominal buui. To erection of water-work- s, could Hon. John F. Hagor, ol Ashland, show him how much like tho genuine tho goods wcro he exhibited $1,600 in says he is in no aenso a candidato for good bills, which the Yankeo grabbed governor. acTho population of Cincinnati and hitting the fellow with a boot jack, and got cording to tho polico census just comwhich was lying near, ran off to the station house with his booty. Un- pleted, shows a total of $330,0SU. Seven men were killed and six othfortunately tho lick wii9 not f.ital and when the police gat to the room, tho ers injured by a boiler explosion ina I game had llown. a brewery at Mendota, 111., Saturday. Two Cherokee Indian women wero NEWSY NOTES. fatally beatou by robbers who looted tho during the absence of the niou. Corea U exactly tuo bizj of Kansas, house E L. Ferguson, of Richmond, Va., 8), 1)00 sijuarn miles. traveling in the interest of tho Christian The bill for a $50,030 public building carbolic acid with suiciat Paris has been favorably reported in Advocate, took dal intout at Georgetown, Ky., and will the Senate. Collins aro now made out of paper and are said to be more durable than wooden ones. Tennessee proposes to colobrato the centennial of its Statehood by holding an exposition in Nashville in 1S90. Eight moo, three women and two children were Io9t at sea by tho sinking of live coal brga off the coast of New York. Tho gold reserve is now down to about $50,000,000 and the prospect of issue of $100,000,000 in bonds is an-oth- die. -"- Mrs. Mozette, 1C0 years old, in the almshouse of Jackson, Mich , braes that she is 'as mean a woman bb God ever put breath into.' Ono hundred prominent citizens of Newark, N. J., recently Bat down to a banquet nt which the aole meat was horseflesh, prepared In difiereut ways. The verdict was favorablo to the eating and J. L. Deck sold to simo parties 10 head at $13 per head. Advocate A email crowd attended Lancatter court Monday and little bnsinefa whs transacted. About 50 cattle wero on the market, but only about IibK of them wero nold. Steer calves brought $1C; butcher atu II 2 to 2J; milk cows $14 to $27; heavy yoke of oxen brought $100. No horsea wero offered. Tho following query from an exchange is turned over to tho members of the legal fraternity and to any others who may wish to tacklo it; "Smith found a $10 gold pleco lying in tho road; ho gave it to Brown to settle a meat bill; Brown gave it to Jones to settle a groct ry account; Jones turned it over to Baker in payment of bnlanc on lumber; Baker returned it to Smith in settlement of a note; Smith took it to the bank to ilepcr- it it, uhenthe cashier thrw it out B counterfeit. Now, were those vttrlru8 amounts paid?" . These B araains i ARE Heavy unbleached domestic, I yard wide, scents. ccnts- - ' lT '- THE Big Bargains in I -4 lope. Cotton this week only, 25 cents.- $1 KIND Yard wide, all wool Dress Flannel, - THE Fancy bordered, ftinged table linen, worth $1.50; reduced this week to $1. " ' ' . ' MISS LOU ELLIOTT, TRAINED HirBRKWcrs lira, i 1TTJB.S3S, Car-rent- LOUISVILLE Nice-assortmen- ?: ti&L ;&&k if. -j t STANFORD, KY. P O. UOX 16O alley, Peyton and 3i tl pf Fancy Percale Shirts, 50, 75, Si. ,- - 'Ai - V.- STORE rri i 111c 1 . . nt. . nanusomest urcss oinrr. ue 10 l. ,. uunuI 111 iuwm, d. pi, if rJ.wBE a le good. President Cleveland was to send to Congress yesterday a message on the necessity of legislation for the relief of the treasury. Florida is tho largest State east if tho Mississippi, its area exceeding that ii of Georgia about 1.000 square nines, is eoveu turns as large as Massachusetts, 50 times rb large as Rhode Island, and larger than New York. Ono of tho locomotives on the Big Four on Wednesday night last hauled eix care, weigtiing 274 tons, up a grade 37 feet to the mile, at the rate ol bo mues an hour. The engine is of a new type, lesigned by Chief Engineer Garstang. Tho fad now is for newspapers to let ladies have tho profits of ono issue to bo edited wholly by them. The Cleveland, O, Plaiudeuler was so issued Friday. The first two numbers were printed on white Bilk, bnd were sold for over f 1,000 one-thir- d of horBe-mea- t. W. S. Stan lord, BTTB.CH:, Attorney at Law, - - jlJU W jfri. I O Court-Home. iv 3 Good Heavy Linen collars, all styles, for 25c. Kentucky. 83 DELIGHTS An elegant cotton half hose, gauge, 3 OHue on t.accatter Strrn, oppoiitc the Collection! recede especial attention guaranteed fast black, 40 AyAAaPAy MS for 25c. npicce. FARM AND TRADE .i ITEMS. Fine blue grass Beed for sale B. K. Weareu. Choice seed oats for sale. O. O. Car penter, Hustonville. West -J- oseph Coffey bought in tho bund) of fat cattle nt 'J J to 3c. End, a Red Wilkes, now 21 years old, has 109 sons and daughters in. tho 2;30 list. All races for this year at Washington Park, Chicago, havo been declared off. means so much more than ryou imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected. Don t play with Nature s "greatest gift health. ; In Poor Health and generally TO Nice line of ladies "muslin wear, special bargains iu night robes, 50c " GIVE A good 5 hook corset, 35 c. 36 inch flannel skirt patterns 50c. Special drives in clothing, hats, cips, boots and shoe?, furnishing goods, dress goods, white goods, mvcltics of all kinds. It is needless to say more for the Louisville Store Bargains arc th: recognized standard that all others try to approximate. LOUISVILLE J 1 : STORE, L"2, If you are feeling Brown's ex- - " STANFORD, have no appetite and can't otk, It... . fia. .v. tmt ble itrenethcnine medicine, hlch is Urown'a iron Hit- lies cure benefit Willis .l.'lll iiic 1CIY 11131 1IU.C IX won't ttjim yeur aur-pri- se Tho death of May Marshall, 2;0SJ, takes another worthy from the great 2:10 list. -- Lambs and export sheep are 1 cent toll cents higher than they were in September. Seven French racing associations distributed last year over $1,000,000 in purees and stakes. Stone & McVey sold 3 to mules, 15 hands high at Richmond, Va , for $05 per head. There were 1,715,000 more Iiors kill, ed In the principal packing points in tho U. S. this season than were last. I want to loan out 25 mules to good hands. Call at my house Monday, Feby.4th. M. S. Baughman. W. E. McAfee has entered Hustler Russell, 2:17A, in Woodard & ShanklinV combination Bale at Lexington. Feb. 4 to two-year-o- ld Iron in.f Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, Constipation, Malaria, Women's .ll A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, T. D. RANEY. Manager. Branch Stores; Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Virsaillcs, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. J f i Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Uttk, jileasant to lake. and It's It Cures Kidney and Liver Troubles, Bad Blood Nervous ailments l complaints. ll ha crossed red NEW STOCK! Every thing new and the best in every line. 2i- - All others me sub-- 1 III e wrapper, flln stilutes, On receipt of two stain pi ue Get only Hie genuine ic f will sen d set of Ten Ocnutllul World's book free, Vlw and BROWN CHEMICAL CO. WS1VTatf'lry THE , BALTIMORE . MO. Drugs, Books. Stationery. Old and New Customers will Receive Prompt Attention and Accurate Service. 1703. 1894. We solicit your trade. half-dozs- merry-seeker- s ex-ja- il Pattie D , 2:12J, pacing, sold for $1,- 950 at the Buffalo horse sale. She will lm anM mrjiil nt ntlblic miction next month at Lexington. Foil Salk. 12 or 11 nice Hhoatn weight from 75 to 100 pounds. Apply to Mra. Lizzie Williams or Miss Fannie Giv ens, Mt. Salem neighborhood. Dr. J. G. Carpenter shipped Satur day to his friend, Dr. Price, in Philadel phia, six choicely bred brood mares ho bought in this and Boyle county. II. F. Hillenmyer, of Lexington, an authority on such matters, writeB the Dauyillo Advocate that his observation h that the severe weather baa not mater ially injured the fruit prospects. The Glasgow Times says that the fruit in that sectiou has bo far not been harmed by the numerous freezes. Tho aamo paper thinkB the fruit yield of 1895 will be something unprecedented in ita Doc Drye, of the West End, will handle a Btring of horses this year. Ho is one of theJbeBt saddle horse men in the State. It will be remembered tint Mr. Drye brought W. A. Tribble'a Kate Malloy into prominence. For the laBt two years there have to win $5,000 been juat 13 9. self mm k, W. B. McROBERTS, Bookseller and Druggist. &-- vZTv4& J ,i u. 1. w. j mt aasnsQ n.i t i aMPJMr .'fP. . X OF CINCINNATI. Now Issued Twice-a-WeeThe Best Family Newspaper In the West. H2 Column, of the choiceit reailinj evtry week Soon after Jan i, ifoj it ill contal i uS columns, or 6,66 coluiui s la u month,. 'jP Sasft aW SPECTACLES bum i t tur " yTi & nJssssaasssSBSBS Fitted by Latest Scientific Methods. Examination Free. Wc guarantee to fit or no pay. Buy your Watches, Clocks and Jevv-clr- y from Only One Dollar a Year. Kvtrv department of Ilfn Ii covered in i's column!. The latest nuwi of this country ami alt loreign countries given in each iuue. The Farmer Can find food for study in the crlurnns devoted to political news and discutsiors, and. In addition, find Horn of usclul information relative to agricultural mailers gleaned Irom t e ixpcrience ol the best latmcrs In. t tic land. DANKS, THE JEWELER. e immensity. Up to date in Style andJPriccs. The Housekeeper Will find much lo help her In lit htcning the buiden ol her worn The Young Folks Are the joy o the hwaehold. Their wants How best to tmusn are multitudinous and i.iitruct their, is 'he vexing problem of motherhood. None of theso things ai e forgotten in the Gm:tte. TwIce-a-Weck FOOT WEAR Of Every Description. son-in-la- and over each. LaBt year tho 13 captured 123 racea and $109,772. Tho total Reading for Old and Young. won by 348 performers five yearB old and In addition to ibe curtent news of Ihp day on all subjects, there will ho hundreds of over waa over two millions of dollars. toluin a ofihe chcictst ret ing upon every topic lliitory, Scitn'e, Art, Ii A Woodford county trader telle tho Siirics, Poctrr. Correspondince in Machine and Hand Sewed. I Children's J School from Atlanta that Clipper on'.bislreturn Irom Abroad. All will find their place In Men's Fine Shoes the columsof this great Fa nil l'jpei. Ladies fine Kid Goods in welts and turns. the horse and mule market ia extremely Shoes. dull, in fact in a worse condition than Lo The Old War Veterans ever saw it. Ho sold 17 common mules Have a Department treclallr dcuteil to at an average of 50andnine work horsea their in'ertsts at f 45 each. Geo. W. Jones sold in Lincoln coun- The Laboring Man and Employer ty to different parties 39 feeding cattle at Have a Iiepurtn ent devoted to thrm. He also bought in from 21 to HJ cents. This alone l worth twice tbo subscription ptice. the county in the last few days pattlo weighed I,('00poundaat3cent3 Market Repoits Are mtde a aptclal feature, md will le and 30 250 pound hogs at 3 found thoroughly reliable in i very dcUd, and complete up to the hcur ct laiuc. set Paragon. It. Collins, ofO'Bannon, lost by SA.MI'LK COPIES KREK. Addrcis Is Receiving His worthless dogs 31 fine ewes out of a Hock beginning to lamb. Samuel COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO., of 35 just -:- A : 0ens, of West Lincoln, sold to Jeseo 31 CINCINNATI, O. FALL-:-AN- D county, Gorman Hambrick, of Scott Daily Con mercial Caze tte is the great Goods Wat ranted and a Perfect JFit Guaranteed. Give me call. head of cattle, 850 pounds average, at 3J it ncwipaper In the Writ. Kip, Calf and Rubber Boots H. J. McROBERTS. ng H.6.R0PLEY,-- - 153-year-o- ld GO.-S- omer $islll WINTER GOODS. grg-T- M mi-Wee- Interior Journal KV., .lANl'AUV 29, J 89) Stkiim.nu lock hrnwli'tR nt D.mke. A raw improved enlo. J. Ilrliflit. ntul type-write- r. brotz Tiik IiliKstnl which Rtrinic us Frl-lnniul continued Nitimhy win very neveru KobblerB for n tho Western States, much dam me bn sull-riti- . S imerael, Hcciiluiilnlly Bhot Friilny, vyliilo loaltiiLjn SrANKOHI), Position vmnteri by lJy 1$. HtenojjMplior K. C. Walton, Husiness Manager PERSONAL POINTS. Aililn'ns thia olllce. Skkii oats for imIb. Jones, Stanford, or W. laud. . Address J. T. Joues, More D. 0. nttendinf; M. Thomson, of o ICitiKSville, ie I iicoun-- ol lectures In Cincln-nntl- PlkabkciII and settle your account. need the money to run my buaineps. Jewi I) Wearen beinsunnco. He Iibb ' Miss Annik Hayh, of Ilonoy Grove, Tcxbp, is visiting her unule, Mr. J. 0. M. F. Kliclii. Hhjs. Mil VmoiL Smith, of, Loulavilli1, cnnit tip Sntnnlny to vlolt one of Lincoln county's prultleat ntid loveliest nirln. Mhb. Wm. Gkkh left TlinrBiluy night for West Virginia in responso to n th'st her mother whs very ill. Mh L. 1). Samiwj.v, Into of Harbour vllle, In no on the Covington 1W, unci ho Hotting lif his work to tho fullest ad dis-patc- You should see fore placing your the b'tst companies. h 1'i.kask come in and settle your lost six months' account. I need tho man- oy. J. K. VauArsilale. isowMVNfor the murder of Heeder at Harbourville was given four yeara by n Whitley county jury. , . 'J r. f OranuUldl Sueir 3a lbs for i. C Sugar it'i MATRIMONJALMATTERS. Warron, lut.31 ftmed lea So cti. aud give iu Itn bu roitorn her health. -- Will K. Trimble, son of II. Green Kr. i large pack-ghoda loc. ttrain 1'epper on Danville street, sold at auction Saturoc. ilananas 3 dozen ajc 10c worth of Matches Mnp. Stkki.k Hailby took her mother, Trimble, was married at Somerset last let c,c. Shoes and Clothing at cost. Full line ol day to Mr. J. S. Hice for $1,000. Mm. StOlsire, to Homo, Gn., Friday, 9 week to Miss Lola, the pretty daughter drummers' a sample saddles at cost. 3 cans Tomatoes 35c. cans Corn 15c. Itest brown Cotton 5c. Onk thousand bushels of seed oats for of Mr. F. M. Haruea, of that city. itli the hopo thnt h change of climato Lighter grades 4 to lloon Cigars 3 for 10c a Hominy 5c. Full weight Oysters a lbs. 15c, lbs. B.ile. You will save money by seeing would restoro her health. John W. Colleo and Miss Gertrude Other goods too numerous to mention just as Mits J. 15 Owk.ss nnd Miss Minnie mo before you buy. H. K. Wearen. Piatt was married at New York Satur- cheap Wc buy lire chickens, C.Vc. rOWKLL. U. VanArmlnlo returned with Miss Sue Aunt Lia Givkns, mother of the day. This may not interest our readers Hunt from ilHrrodsburgnnd spout a day Urge colored family of that name, died till it is told that they aro museum freaks. or two at Mrs John W, Rout's. EC. 13., Sunday night, aged about DO. She was a He is known as "Tho Skeleton Dude" Miss Maky Hkazlky returned from a and she plays the part of the fat woman. Physician and Surgeon, 'pleasant vinlt to Miss Laura Jarboo at good old woman and had many white Together they weigh G51 pounds, of Untlei takers and Dealers in Furniture, Stanford. Lebanon, n few da) b ago and Is now with friends. which the dude contributes only 60, his - her sister, Mrs,l'. U. Handidgu. The grand jury has returned an iudirt wifo being nine times as heavv as he. MicsKs Mattik and Km ma Owsmcy ment of murder against Frank Kills, for Office in IlricW Iluitl!ng near Methodlit church, Ui ge Toston, a Montana ranch Joseph luvu ret unit d from Nnshville, Tenn. killing Micaj ih Ho wsev, but it is not unit), Ktw a picture of Mies Sallie Todd, residence with Kid.notice. llillou, on Danville 83 l'ike, until further Mies Kmma is in fine health ntid they thought tho caea will tried this term. of Ma iison.'and fell in love with it. He loft Mrs. Manier much improved. Advocate. opened up a correspondence with the laMim I Octavia Siem iik is Bollcitinf dy and in due time proposed and was acA i.ETT Kit from our Williamsburg corsubscriptions and renewals for tho cepted. Recently he sent her money to My stock of Millinery and Nttlons is kept con lioiiit) Journal, endtMvorini; to so respondent for our Issue of the llthctme come to Montana and tiurry him aud tho stanlljr complct: by wirUy pvrvhaict and jiu .OF. euro a scholarship at tho Boston Conser- bounding in Friday morning. Omnipo- news has been received that she arrived can alwars find what ou want I Invite )0i to tence only knows where it has been since vatory of Music, olIernd by that paper. safely and was duly married to thu man call and lnf ect MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, In remitting his subscription, Cspt. F( it started on its swinir around the circle. who will never know the delights unci Sunford.Kv. from Dallas, Texai-T. Hochester writes By getting knockei out of a date at tho delusions, tho joys and the sorrows ''Wo aro having delightful spring weath another point, Hutea Uros.' Humpty of a courtship. Tho young woman is a I er; only had two or three cold das 'bin Dumpty was enabled to appear bore last sister of Win. Todd, who was lately winter. It has Inot rained for four night Htid the prospect was that a big to the penitentiary for life for the I will offer for sale at public auction in front ol 'I hurmond Si Shelby's inontl'i " crowd would enjoy the amusing perform- assassination of his brother,; Matt Todd, City at to o'clock on Livery htable in lunction Mhh. UkttikO. 1'k.n.s yii.uk kh and her near Richmond. ance. ilome Made' Breeching, Blind Bridles, &c. pretty daughter, MUsfAgnes, of Kings-villi- ', 29, 1895, CHURCH AFFAIRS. visited this olllce last week. They A. Kkiiji, an expert machinist, has My Splendid wero accompanied by Mrs. Leonard been here to examine tho machinery at Mrs. Cramer, of Neenah, Wis , finishFruit Farm Containing 77 Acres, llolce, of Chattanooga, and Miss Heat rice the water works, and pronounced it in ed reading her Bible for the '.'S5lli time of Lexington, who aro their excellent condition, considering that the MorrUay, Situated i mile .South of Junction City This it a on December 31. line farm. There are 1,000 liuehe's Virginia Crab guests. men in charge had never before handled Trees and joo I'eich Tretson it. The larm is in The 20th anniversary of the consea high state ci cultivation. Hon. IIahvky Helm, of Lincoln, who such things. cration of Bishop Thomas U. Dudley waB F. W. IIANDMAN.Arjt., made one of tho beat representatives 86 td Junction Ctty, Ky. Tux theatrical event of ttie season at celebrated Sunday at Christ church, that county everhd in tho last General Danville will he rendition of Hoyt's "A Louisville. II. II. KING. Assembly, will be solicited to Bgaln serve Hunch of Keys or G. B. Pill ITT. Hovh. Helm and Arnold are holding the Hotel" by a mecounty in that capacity. Ills record tropolitan company, February his Ith, and a Banctitication meeting at McKemlree, KING & in tho Ust legislature wsh ait honor to it will be well worth a drive from here which ia largely attended and has result himself and his constituents. Ho ought to witness ed in many professing absolution from it. Bis Line of. to have no opposition, and doubtless will sin and entire consecration. Preachers-vill- e should he deride to make the Mas. N. J. HoitTON, of the not have, COST. Hev. J. II. Hoyett, of Vickeburp, OVERCOATS race. Danville ,Lor. llarrodsburg Say vicinity, tells us that she has an Mias., will We are Agents for assist Hev. A. V. S.zemore iu ing. aunt in Lexington, Mrs. Sallie Uogie, a protracted meeting tobegin at the Ha OLIVER : CHILLED : PLOWS, who has 10 children, 51 list church in February. Mr. J. W. Be CITY AND ViniNlTV. 'J I and two great-uri- ville, of St. Louis, will conduct the FindAnd have a grand. children. stick pins lifa at Danks. Oank ing. Dealers in Full Line of General Merchandise, -- Klder W. L. Williams stated in Lis ToTkaciikiis. Questions for examinajewel- Si'ttTACLKs tilted at Darvke, the At lower prices than ever. Ail for Cash. Call tion of public Hchool graduates have been sermon Ht Hustonville Sunday morning and see us er. KING & PRUITT, received. .Should any of your pupils do. that during the Ht months since Jan. lbt, Morrland, Kv. For fire insurance on country proper- siru to take the examination, and if '1)1, he had received but f 175 for his serI). Wesreu. ty Bee Jecso GEO. 11. IOOPER. receive diploma, they can do so vices as pastor. His memberH can't J AS. II KAGEH. at mjr ofllce on Thursday next, Jan. 31, charge that their religion comes very Tiik Ixliigtun Steam L'tindry does : : work. J'hh D. WiMiroD, Agt.f c Hiituuncing Ht S.30, sharp. This exami high. It is reported that mnnlum of peonition is not for teachera. I'ee, the same Proprietors of. ple about Stanford are goiug crazy over Youu account is b month past due. ai In tenuhera' examination. W. K. They beat the world. . Cbmo and settle it. G. L. Penny, execu-Drtho "eanctilication" doctrine. Perhaps Supt. I therein lies thu virtue of eanctilication; STANFORD, KY Tiik iuppection oar patted up Friday It diives people crazy and thereby re Ilavlnt: bought of P W. Green his Lherv busI am now agent for the with ciuperiiitHndent l'ike aud euveial leases them from responsibility. iness and added ew bugjies nnd horses, we arc prepared to furuult laundry and solicit joiirpatroiiHge. W. otlmr higli otlicialB on hoard, together Kagle. H. ShankH. FIRST-CLAS- S with a number cf tin section foremen TURNOUTS Which is under their management, is headquarters for the traveling Ground was broken last week on tho from the main lino. Mr. 1'iko is very Kentucky University campus preparato Un short notice. The traveling public will find public and is one of the best hotels in the State. Tiik sleigh bells wire; jingling inertly us alnavs ready and willing to turnish Drum much pleaaed with thu condition iu sincle or list evening, but the anew was too dry which Itoad Master V. M. Analey keeps ry to thu erection of the now College of mer'ofVvacons. cithervery LOW double, or CamPRICES. The tho Bible, which has been under advise- fanes in ail kinds at town win also nnu us me peo for nice running. FIRE. INDEMN1TY. SECURITY. boys and his division of the road and he took the ment for tho past few Jyeare. It is to pie to deal around Stop with us when in louat lth. couits and entertainments and your horse and vc Wk must close up our business and if foremen over it to give them an idea of cost $20,000 and be a model of conven-iencA Policy With- hide will be well cared for. YIIAGKR Ji COOPKR you don't pay us, we will bo compelled how ho wants things dono. Bnd comfort. Frees, S7 M)frs House Stable, Stanford, Ky to take other steps to collect tho money. Kid. J. A. McGarvoy, now of VirginA disi'Atcii from llarrodsburg says Yeager it Yeager. ColM S. Halgiimsn. J. W. IUicmman that the Vauarsdall trial is likely to be ia, hou of tho presideutiof the Biblo lege at Lexington, declined a call to the good time pieco it ought continued at tho next term because thero Ik you have a Means a Trompt and Satisfactory Settlement. ISril Christian church in Louisville beto bo repaired by an export workman. will be no ono to conduct it, Judge Sauf-lecause he objects to the use of an organ in being sick and thu local lawyers being Take it to Deckolniann, at Penny's Drug None but the Best of Companies Represented. You should See Him. rKoraiETOHSengaged on ono sido or tho other. The religious worship. The brother is a good and Jewelry Store. to let stay where ho is, though wo SALE ACCIDENT. LIFE. TORNADO. defeneo need not lay such flattering tin: mau Tiik Sunday morning's mail hour tion to its soul. Judge San f ley is fast re- can imagine no place in Virginia so behereafter, so P. M. Hout tella us, will bo covering and will be on hand to givo the nighted as to endure such a crank. THE HERD OK Kentucky. Eld. W. L. Williams, who his been from 8 to It o'clock antl tho afternoon defendant a speudy trial if he wants it. pRstor of the Christian church at Hushour rb befon, 1:15 to II you need livery give ui a call. Nothing but s turnouts will leave our stable. See us Tub jury in the 1'at Kano murder case tonville for nearly 10 years, tendered his Your 1 Si dog tax Is duo ami Notick. rates. In our at Danville was not obtained till Satur- reslgnatlonSunday. He stated that ho lor R. H. Pror, must bo paid at onco to tho marshal or HARNESS SHOP day noon, nor until 50 mon had to be believed there were members who premyself or your doc muat Buffer tho pen- - Kentucky. Crab Orchard, assortment summoned for examination as jurora. ferred a change of pastors, and ho You will find a goodHave your of Harness, by FI3ssvVssssssssssssssWssflPaPtflBsT9! repairing done baddies, Ac. a'ticB imposed by law. G. H. Wearen, Attorney John Sam thought himself that a younger and moro our mau, he understands his business. We have Commonwealth's city clork. ii 'uli frn I'll bsit types of Registerd Owsley, Jr., who spent Sunday at home, active man would inako a better pastor. mechanic in our StocV. Drccdcri secuicd from thp beat herds In several dlflerent;State. Correspjneeccc Solicited. BLACKSMITH SHOP. IIknhy Hkiidick and wif, who aro in says the caao will hardly be submitted The church will consider tho resignation Tho evidence so far and givo Mr. Williams an answer in a Will guarantee work and satisfactory iiil at Lancaster chariied wit h the burn boforo (.liccs. Tij our horse shoer. injj of tho Miller House, used to llvohere adduced is about the name as before, week or bo. Tho old gentleman was t GIBBS" IMPERIAL PLOWS. and worked at tho Myers House. The when strange as it may bo tbero was a mainly instrumental in building thu church and during his paatorato has tak-owill occur Wednesday. fury. hung examination in over 800 members. COURIER-JOURNA- L Hkv. Wm. Stott, who is in jail here, . Jubt received n car load of farm imple- Sells the Gemuine OF A LOCAL NATURE.' plowa. Bin has been granted a now trial by the court ,,inis. waL'ona and Oliver of appends. Ho was awaiting tho action a ten pag4 eiehl A reduction in prices all round. Genuine bear was killed in Harlan Is contains the best column'democratic newspaper. of everything going. HEN- It DO years by nntnls onlv 30 centfl. Bowaro of of the court on a sentence of niu...r RY WATTERSON Is the editor. county last week. , 1 5& 'SflfKfU . tho Laurel circuit court for pursuing and "i. i fl bcgtJH plow repairs. J. K. VanArpda) Col. Silas Adams stands an excellent if PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. killing tho man who had dishonored his t r of tho next chance to be t : JMf Tho appellate court, through wife. The WEEKLY COURIEK.JOURNAL makes The attendance at tho Knights of IIoubo. . very liberal terras to agent. , and gives tree pre &sw&S2i8s is Rotting bo large that Judge GufToy, Bays tho case, would natuand ol lodge hero Congressman McOreary is Baid to miums for clubs. Sample copies sentthe paper any tc& . j free to four page Premium Supplement rally ezcito'antl arotiBO the fiercest pastsiLjaaaigsaKt-iytBgatho Beating capacity ia over taxed and havo written to a Iriond at Ashland that address. Write to tho ovidonce showing that tho THE IMPERIAL STEEL LEVER HARROW. Odd Fellows, who own the hall, have sions aud the he has no hopo of a passage at this sea Bruki.. UUeli.4 nil COURIER-JOURNA- L CO. dofendant became very much excited A1 SImI 'IT Bir. j ctiHr. tun Siwa fir been called on to supply it with moro sion of tho bill to divide Kentucky into Tho This ui ur. A lrm,mt!ti s,ir and angered and bo continued all tho ,, , . . LOUISVILLE, KY. l..l Minus's Ins Clft A cl- fit.s crowd. tt chairs. two Federal court districts. uuw s '.:.V.",i,rn"AV The inc uebt ni uiiiiictuai !.. i l r time up to tho killing, it was error for atrli I sittivs ssajuskla A dispatch fromVicksburjr, Miss , iL rkvMaii kcrti tt To?. your neighbor who runs one and Semi,- - Weekly Interior Journal, Tub LouiBvillo Daily Tost iB J5 a year the lower courtto refuso tho dofendant ssw.TTL that John Thompson, of Burnside, tho SfmiWkekly I.ntkpior Journal an instruction for manslaughter, and tho siys aud will have no other. Come and And The this State, shot and killed J. II. Sauley, $2, and yet wo will Bond them both ono case is reversed for that reason. get prices and see the Plowbjore wounded a policeman and an unknown Courier-Journ- al year poat paid for $1. In other words wo O. & O. train near that city. The Union Normal College at Flat negro on a buying. will give you 110 papers at less than a Will bo seat one year to any address for OS 7B. CIBBS FLOW COSSPANY, Canton. Ohio. drunk. THI BUCHja W. P. WALTON, piece. Now is tho time to sub- - Lick, near Uarboursville, was burned by Thompson was Address V. L. WITHERS, Salesman? cent a 83 Sttnford, Ky Oliver Holmes, a;ed 15 years, of incendiaries. scribe. et Nkw lot of white goods, linens mid vjiitnKe. Miw. Stkklk Uailry took her mother, hatnburgs just received. Come in and Mrs. St. OUIr, to Home, Gn Friday with see them. W. II. Shanks. tho hope, that ft changu of climato would Tiiu house Hnd lot of A. A. lng done and canning great .Sunday was a regular "wo.Uhor breeder" hero ntid It bred n snow yesterday. which h"gan Itlling early in the morn-- ! ing ami the 0lde.1t inhabitant never saw it tall iib fast and ai steady as It did all day. At this writing, I::') o'clock Monti .ip, the snow is 8 Inches deep uud still a'coming. rue wetther dispttch read: "Kiln orBtioA-- ; warmer Friday it rained tike all let loose, Siturd.iy it blew ijnito h spell, Sunday gvn signs ot a brighter time, Hut Monday itBnowed IIko hadss. The fellow who cnllo it the "Beautiful Snow," Deserves exocr.itio.i eternal, And aliould g wheu he dies to the plact down below, Described as the regions inferuil. Will Trihblo may like Hand tho livery men, Hut we without Bleighs or money Who've to Minder around in snow to our knees Don't think it so awfully funny. By I I 11 his mother IV2 caliber Tho ball pnsicd through the right nli. breast and pierced tho lung. There is no hopo for her recovery. -- Died on the iiOth, Mr. W.G. Wallace at hia homo on the Somerset and Crab Orchard road two miles north of Dabnoy. He tiled of pneumonia fever and had tleon sick but a short time. Somerset Reporter. Mr. Wallace was n native of this county and an uncle of tho Hnydens. Judgs Golden has released Fields and Atkins, who murdered Judge Combs in Perry county. Bnil tor tho first named was fixed at fS.OdO, while $10,000 was made the price of the other man's liberty. WittKHjtH who swore against them aro expected to bo miming when tho case is called again. .VKW ADVKRTISKMKNTO. .Our Stock of. Drugs, Books, Paints: : - LARGE - And Oils is WELL SELECTED. G. L. And prices the very Lowest, quality considered. We can save you money on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Come in and see. PENNY, Exr. $100,00 Saved trading one Year with 0. D. Powell. 9 n V J. B ALLOXJ, M. WITHERS & HOCKER, Stanford, Kentucky. 1 TO THE LADIES NEW . STOCK : sen-tenc- fd FABM FOR SALE Tuesday, Jan'y. Collars, Hames, Trace Chains, Clover, Timothy Seed Oats, Plows, &e. PRUITT, AT HIGGINS & McKINNEY. grand-childre- Earris & Hardin Chinaware, Glassware, Onyx Tables, Lamps, Water Sets, sue-cest- ui tlrst-clas- a Yeager & Cooper, CANDIES, NUTS AND Livery and Feed Stable. 1 FRUITS Me-Olat- y, m Hluo-Gras- s Mt.-Vern- The St. Asaph Hotel -- - o Kirby , The Insurance Man, I1L.UE-GKAS- y M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- LIVERY, FEED & STABLE, Stanford, firit-clas- m Duroc Jersey Red Swine Bronaugh, 1 liri-dl- in first-clas- s THE WEEKLY , I T m 1 h B.K. WEAREN JOO-l- 'i. - -- r m door-keepe- BjaaE .. Gibbs' Ty-thl- as ., ,-- ..fr.-sv- ..,aiii.yn La Imperial .f Plows, ?' i 1 Weekly iMW jlTfiSr1 j.' "JJr!. Semi-Week- ly Interior Joiirp AT HIS MASTERPIEOE. Why Grimos Novor Finlsliod His Ploturo of Christ Old Grimes wo Published Every Tuoaday nnd Friday P (1 "Ah I was haying, that in tho way a & pauio starts. Now, I know n enso in point. Tlioro Is my barber. His runt is duo tomorrow. And I owe that harbor Ky. 10 cents. Suppoo I was to fail to como Sole proprietors Dean's Illack Diauund (too Paint. ItslluiaiM fbrmtned fer panning Vtoad, up with that Httlo old dime, mid by so Metal and lion Roofs haiisfactioii Guaranteed, hero they 6ay that old doing btnrt n panic. It would bo pretty All tools painted with Desu's Illack Diamond chapel A flguro in a long, Paint guaranteed far )ean Deatrrt in h'l cisis to bo because ho rough, now, wouldn't It?"' gray coat, with u pail o! water in one Grimes paid his turned outyear; tern l'umps and 0lv"'d Iron MlUis. I drme to call your alteutlon to the fact that "Ariim." hand nnd a parcel wrapped in yellow hasn't going to rentitfor adone. now, I In Vt- -i Mating in any bo lot "I thought you would ngrco with mo. am ready toteivc youthe bet fi.lilon Journti's If wo I and all grocer's paper in the other. A figure ain't follows can't settle it some way with Now, tho fact in, I haven't got tho 10 and kecd posted talcs what ladles should wear. surmounted by a patriarchal head, tho ngent, so that he needn't bo both- cents, and if you would makumon Httlo I'ncis reasonable onCome in and i;lv me a trial, THE JLULEY covered with a bilk hat of ancient ered in his room, I'm going to let him loan of that amount nud thus avert a I employ none but firil clan help I) SMITH, Respccllully, . M1S3MAKV F. II. HILKV, I'roprlotor, model that had evidently been recent- havo mine. I J7 6m hlaufoid, Ky. never do anything any- possiblo great financial disaster, mid" ly wiped with a wet cloth so disrep- way, so It won't matter. Tho old rami London, - - - Kentucky. A car camo nfcng. It was not tho ono utably shiny was its luster. Is all brokon up; sick in bed; I saw, him tho overcontcd man was waiting for, Henonth its faded brim shone kindly this morning. I've sent for a doctor have moved to my new Hotel aud am better ,icpattd than ever io accommodate lb public. youthful eyes. His manners were thoso for him. I don't believo lie's had but ho caught it. Cincinnati Tribune. iced Liter) attached aud ctciy convenience ,.DaIen! n of tho old school. Unfailingly polito enough to cat for months pnsU" Give me a call. MnuuKliifc n I'rlnm Dunnn. and considerate oven to tho FRANK RILKV, We went up in a body to Old Grimes' Friend What's worrying you? janitor, who never lost tho op- studio thcro on a small Iron bed. beMannger Tho prima donna of my M portunity of bullying him. Trom laugh- side tho huge curtained canvas of the company refuses to hiutf oftoncr than ing at him struggling, up the stcop stairs masterpiece, which nono of us had D. fflsolafely Ky. twice a week. I am making only hunwith his pall of water, wo finally got ever Been, lay the thin figure of the old dreds whero I ought to innko thousands. At Ibewell.kuown old stand ol J. 11. Green iu to helping him by turns, and so gained man tho face drawn and tho eyes Friend Huh! I'd sottlo that If I A his confidence nnd friendship. - Kontuoky. closed. His fingers were picking, pickHustonville, A cream of tarter baking pow"You young fellows," he would say, ing unceasingly at the thin blanket wero you, I'd marry her. Miss Moore will arrlvn Octobei isl, with everySauio Friend (a year lalur) My Mas Jutl received a beautiful Una of der. Highest of all in leavening as some one of us nssuracd his burden that covered him. thing thol Is new aud nbby In the way of You look bcvtiy. Wliat'a happenLatest United States at tho bottom of tho stairs "you Middlctone took ono of the thin, strength. Surroys, Phaetons, Butfgies.t&c. ed? young follows are away ahead of me. yellow, parchmcut-lik- e Government Food Report. hands in his ns Manager I mnrried hor, nud now she Furniture aud Stoves. Pleats call and examine my stuck before buy I can't understand your rainbow col- tho doctor entered hurriedly and, with My p ices shall Iki the ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., ors. I can't do it. I am trying to a nod to us, seated himself besido the won't sing nt nil. Now York Weekly. ing for pattfatutu, rvsnrctfully, lowts '1 hanking Genuine Olivet ChilliC Mows Step In and tee a ycu KA K ilUUDKHAK. Manager. line cf Rocking Chans and urmtuie. catch up to you but it's like chasing bed, methodically sotting down his smCe Moves I draper lLali etcr before. Ah Grin-nuit Moot lluslianil. 100 Wall atroot. New. York. My things nro so hat and case of medicine beside him, tho Ll.ery btable and lllackimlth bhop For Rent. "I givo to my wifo nil tho money I dark. Yours aro so light and fresh; and wiping his win nt poker," said Birmingham to light with sunlight and fresh as nir. "So," ho said, turning up the lids of But all the samo I don't liko thorn; the sunken eyes, and peering into Northsido. NATIONAL BANK "I haven't fooii the first cont of it they aro too dazzling. I can't seo old them. "Hring that lamp a little near P. W. GUEKN. Proprietor. yet," put in Mrs. Birmingham, who Mother Nature in that light but I am er thnnks." OF STANFORD. KY. : : : Kontucky. at something now that will astonish An interval of silence in tho room ns heard tho remark. "That's nil right I haven't won any you, 1 think. No! I won't show it un- tho doctor bared tho shrunken brenst Capital Stock-Surplu- s til I carry out my idea, then perhaps and applied his car. "You had best yet." Pfttsburg I am still running this Hotel asd tho world but wait I'll show you my send for his friends," said he, replacwill continue tc give my the puliust atteu-'"i4V liny' 1'iiniilUi'. well as the best the market atlurdt. Lazarus, if you like. Como in and seo ing tho bed clothing, and rising to his Sammy Suburb Whoop I Pop it I like it I've got something In it feet. "Tho old man will not last bought n new Iiouku on tho bluff. has Special Attention to the Travel- Attention of the public Is invited to in lat that is fine." ihtt this it the only National Hank in Stauloid through tho night. There is n total ing Public. Neighbor's Hoy Nice plnco? Under the provisions of the National Hank Act Then tho pathetic figure, with Its collapse, nnd I doubt if he will rejraln depositors are secured not only by the capital Sammy Just jolly. Tho Inwn is ho one shoulder higher than the other, consciousness. stock, but bv the stockholders liability for aa Insufficient nourishamount euual to the stock, so that depositors ol would lead us into tho "studio, thick ment and old nge. Kill No relatives steep that all I'll havo to do will be to this iottitutionai secured by a fuud of 1400,000. : : with dust, littered witli his cooking or friends outside tho. building?" ho start tiio inwn mowor nt tho top and Five som itatnncois of thecoudition of the bank utensils, brushes, pans, bottlos nnd said, turning and looking at the gaunt ritiH down on it Pnlo(Kan.) Times. ate made each ysarto the United States fovsra-ma..For a., and its assets at caamlocd at slated lime immense canvases would bid us bo figure stetched besido him. "Well 1IKST LINK TO THE ItORTrl AND KAbT. oy government agents, thus i"cuimg addituous Il.'tlrr Lnto Tliiui NtMur. Refreshing Bath, Hot or Oold, seated with courtesy, there's nothing more that I can do, so perfect safely 10 depositors. sou All lines (rem the South make diieet connec This intutulion. originally cttabliahed at th Twickenham Wo'ro going to hnvo apologizing for the state of his apart- I'll wish you good night, gentlemen. A stylish Hair Trimjor Clean Shave, go to tions in Central Union Stailmi, Cincinnati, wllh Deposit Hank ef Stanford In iljS, then ment and excusing its disorder by dig- My fee? Oh, that's nil right. Tho old Eonio nmatour theatricals nt my houso through trsins ol the"Ui,r rout" to t'hig,;o, St. ued aa the Nation... Hank ol Stanford In iWj and I.uuW, Indianipolis, ColumMn. Cleveland the Cook & Farmer's Barber Shop nified imprecations- - upon a certain man has nothing, you say. I tried to uoxt week and a big supjior nftorwnrd. York and llotton For lull inloimatlcli callNew again id ibis, hataa had Flisl National llaok ol On Stanford practically an mythical person who had not arrived paint onco myself. You aro good fel- Can you bo there? agent or address nearest t years Ills better supphsd Dashawny I'll como, old man, but now with lacilltics for transacting business prompt morning to put his place in order. lows, you painters; good night to you that He sure your ticket read tia"ltii; Four." ly and liberally than ever before in Its long and I may bo late. Now York World. It was both ludicrous and pathetic all." Honorable career Acccuntt of corporations, I) E. O McCOKMACK, MARTIN, firms and Individuals respectfully sollc-ttto seo 111 m take up his palette and We sat by Old Grlmses' bed by turns Gen Pats and Tkt. A(t. Piss. rattle Mancr. Cincinnati, O. brushes, and strike an attitude before that uighL Toward morninir he Tb Directory oi this llsnk is composed Ol his wretched studies, which were both stirred restlessly, and I moistened his 2C. PorttuaKetd, Lincoln county ; out of drawing and of atrocious color. lips with water. S. T. Harris, Lincoln; F. COPYRIGHTS. Attorney at Law, "What do you think of that bit of His lips moved, but at first I heard J II. Collier, Lincoln, CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT f For a Don'l you think no sound, J. W. Ilaydsn, Stanford; Prompt answer and an bonctt opinion, wrlto to color, gentlemen? Stau-ord- , - Only Direct Line between MtINN Jc CO.. who hare had nearlTHitT fears' that pretty good, oil? That check, S.H Ilaughman, Lincoln; "Tho face of Christ," he murmured. experience In tbo patent business. Communicanor; I find something indescribably "The facel They cannot refuse it, Will a: as Ex'ecutor, Administrator and Asilgn-e). a. llocker Stanford; tions strictly confidential..? A Handbook of concerning; L'nlrnta and bow to obW A. Trlbble, Stanford; beautiful in that its freshness, if you onco I find it. It will be a masterpiece. tain tbem sent free. Also cataloguo 01 xnechan-tcSpecial attention gten to Settle nents of M, D. Elmore, Stanford; Shcrtot and quickest lelvreen and scleatlQe books seat free. y likerrand In the quiver of Mary's lip; So strpng, eo mlldl" he repeated, and as Attorney and bale and Divhlon of Patents taken through. Mann ft Co. receive T. P. Hill, Stanford. special notice in ttie Hclentlfle Amcrlrnntand that's Mary no, no, ,not that one waving his hand, and motioning as infants' Lands. Ooorgotown fAnd Pnrle, Frankfort, " sum are Drongni widely K. L. Tanner, Mc Kinney; her.. that other's tho Magdulen. though he were using the charcoal. Office on Lancaster St overSupt. W. K. McCU-ry...OarllBlo, Haytjvillo, Oynthln.no., uni ctjbi iu me inventor, unis vpienaiu paper, M. J .Miller. Mt. Vernon Issued week! r. elfwantlv lllmttratpd. hu hv far t ha Mmv I think that office. 90 bit of color, A fine sleet dashed against the large Falmouth and Covington. ' J S llocker, President; lamest ctrcu latlon of any scientific work In tbo , , worm. quivers, don't it, eh? a skylight. The noiso of a passing caren :i a t ear. Famnle con os sent free. Ask lor tickets via Kentucky Midland. Tialoa Job J. McRoberta, Ctthler; Building Kditlon, monthly. fiJOa year. Slnsto fun by Central Standard Time. master stroke. Now vfhero would riage in tho street below aroused tho A. A. Mclflr"r, Annum Catbler conies, 'iti centos Kvery number contains beau Time Tab... IJec jo, 1(94. tiful plateau Incolors. and pbototrraphs of new you send It, eh? To the S. A. A., old maji. He slowly opened his eyes, homes, with plans, enabling builders to show tbo No. 1. No 3. No j Nu. 7. TRAINS EAST. or the N. A. D.? You know that I and, gazing about him, they finally latest desist) and secure contracts. Address jJjrJv., MUNN & CO.. MEW YORK. 31 HuoADVTAY. p. in. a. m. p. ia a. m. havo not sent anything in so long that rested on my iacc 8 jo A Lve Frankfort ;oo 30 413 Co B. Cattleman. A. G. Lanbaru perhaps they have forgotten me." So " KlkSorn. ........., 7 11 S JJ John 140 440 "So," he said, after glancing at me " Mampioguround 7 S 3 eo 930 315 he would stand, wagging his head for a moment, "this Is tho end, is it? " GcorEtlown.ll... 7 47 3 1) tocu 545 Of STANFORD, KY., from side to side, making all the time Well, 'tis Jlmo." Tho clock feebly Afr. U b. Uepol 7 55 i) 10 03 J Jo U dow lully organiied and ready for business wit a u . , 1 30 4 jo " Tans asmaoking noise with his lips, ns If. he ticking In tho corn6r, nnd tne sleet tasted the fancied delicious qualities rattling on the skylight, were tho only Office on Main Street, Opposite the TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 9 No. 8. Paid up Capital of of the colors he had laid on. $200,000. I was dozing sounds tiiat followed. a ui. p ui. a. m Lve Paris . .C . "iiut. .my .figure of Christ, ha, hai perhaps I slept I am not sure. 5 30 -Surplus, . 9 45 000. " C. S. Depo- t- .. io 37 6 .J is 30 Nono of you young fellows have seen Suddenly I opened my eyes. ' Georxctown U 10 40 645 3 45 ia 3i that. There it stands behind that " Stamp's Grouud 10 50 I 03 SUCCESSOR to 7 03 The bed was empty. I sprang to my 617 THE LINCOLN NATIONAL " Elkbcin .......... ..11 16 7 so 6 4S I 40 drapery. No, no one shall sec it until feet with an exclamation. HANK OK STANFORD, There s uu Arr Frankfi.rt...A 7 '3 1130 735 Of Lincoln County. I have completed it. All I want is the anion g tho huge canvases, before the Leave Frankfort 8.30 a m. ; arrive at Lexmcton New closing up) with the same attsla and undsi &CASTLEM face the face all else is finished. I curtain which hid the masterpiece, 10:43 ine same management. The New want a modol for the face. Grand nnd stood tho tottering figure of Old Grimes. Leave Frankfort 7am; arrive Cincinnati at liy provisions of Its chatter, depositors arc as MANAGERS, fully a aie depositott in National 10 ra a is. Hut I want the face. beautiful it I rushed to his side. Leave Frankfurt aljop. m.; arrive Cincinnati Danki, its shareholders being held individual!) Building, Louisville When that is finished I'll show it; Commerce "Charcoal," he said, feebly. "Give luole to the extent ol the amount of their stock Mil!, 813 p. in. SUNDAY TRAINS. thstuiu at the par value theirol, iu addition 10 th 'twill ho Gummidge's masterpiece me a pieco of charcoal. I I've alAgents throughout the South. Georgetown 10:37 A. M.; arrive amount invettcd in such shares. It may acta West Leave 'Twill bo as famous well, never mind most seen the fare. . I think I can-dr- aw catcutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully as at Frankfort 11:30 A. Jl. you young fellows canuotunderstand ,Lanca3ter, Ky., it in all its purity." Kait Leave Frankloit s!j P. M ; arrlvo at in individual. To buitinets to us W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Agod. enthusiasm ns I understand I it. You 1 gently persuaded him to return to Is now In full operation, and invites the attention Georgetown j '5 P 3M. p m ; arrtvtl Cincinnati while those who cutrutted theirNational Uank at mnsglnij th Lincoln Lcsve are content; and, mind you, feel for bed. Tne lamp, flickering feebly, ot the builders nf Lincoln county O its material, 6.aj p. m Frankfort 30 Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and STANFORD, KY. Leave Cincinnati 7:30 a. m ; arrive Frankfort trust they will continue to transact their busmeai what 3'ou are doing your lightness illuminated the vast height of tho supcilo Wirkmanhip and low prices. Note with us, offeiing as a guarantee for prompt a m. lino Kentucky and to same, our twenty yeait' expcrionce ia 1 be Midland Railway and connecPortland also brightness, nnd all that; but I feel studio; hero and there n carved corbel SanJFrncisco, you want largeness of thrust itself forward among the dark SOME banking andas liberal accommodations as are that tions form the shortest aud cheapest route to all OUR with sousd banking. points .South, Eatt, Ncrth snd Wett. thought, so we'll not quarrel. You'll canvases that hud accumulated in all For further information spply to th r agent, do your effects, your imprebsions, and the long years that Old Grimes had UIKECTOHt: C. D. HbltCAW, Gen Fats. Attent. Ptrlectly clear poplaror yellnw pine flooring at GEO. II. 1IAKPEK, llec'rfic (Jeti.Supt I'll admire them and stick to my own bought his ideal. fapei hundred. As low as $150 per hundred. J J. Williami, Ml Vernon; Irankfort, Ky methods. Now, I must finish my St. . 11. ShsnksKijtanfoid, Above, the Gothic arches met, nnd Perfectly clear yrllaw poMa wmtlier hoarding at VIA hundred Peter for your exhibition; so get along in the dark blue spaces between them I1.50 per hundied. As loir aol Ji jo per in ycliuw Allpattcrns mid thlcknrst. LViiiiik J. S. Owsley, Stanford; t with you all, uud God ble.s you." as S J. KmLty, Stanford; faint gold stars seemed to twinkle; pne, poplar, chrinut and ash, lit low low Si Ha per as hundrod per KSorarrcrirrj, The last day. for tho collection of for this had originally been part of the hundred, Poiihlc dres.ed 'uinbrr a J. II. Owsley, Stanford; & ICt . S n h ft n llututiful ellow pine finlshlu lumber pictures for the exhibition .would ar chapel of tho old unlvernity. J. F. Cash, Stanford, iusrtcr The ordcts. oak, Ac, Save maney by giving us you. William Gooch, Stanford; rive and And Old Grimes in a state of deep "blue of the painted spaces seemed AND LANCASTER PLANING MILL. THE A. W. Caipenler.MilledtjCVilU K feverish excitement, walking up and iimiutn in 1'iu uiiu I. Ky 71 fm uiil ui me lamp. V II Cummins, Preachtirsvill down tho hall. He would accompany Now and then the squeak of a foraging S II br.tiks. 1'rtidcnt tho porters down tho long stairs witli mouse sounded nmoug the canvases. PULLMAITSAITD Dr, J II fiwtlej, Cashier, "'Bread is the Staff of Life" one hand on tho fraino of his awful Old Grimes had been bteathiug W. M llrKht, fell t PABLOR OARS. daub of a ploture, brushing away lov- ily; now ho raised himself on theheavbed, THEREFORE HAVE IT COOb. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE ingly, now and then, some fancied and, lifting his arms, cried out: "I particle nnd DINING - CARS. the men of dust, some ngain guiding saw it! It will bo my masterpiece! RUNNING sharp turn of Givo mo my palette my brushes around SOLD TO WRIT KJ TO tho stairs for fear that tho frame some one." ALL POINTS: I then propped him up in bed with H. H BACON. D. P. A.. F. J REED, G. P. A would bo iujured, and finally followOHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, Chicago, 111 ing Louisville, Ky. Its course witli eager eyes pillows, placed tho palette in the holus it was tho van WISCONSIN, Denver. others bound placedthoinacademy. witli low of his left arm, and gave him his St. Paul. for brushes as Middletone entered the MISSOURI, KANSAS, Poor Old Grimes! His pictures ah studio. "Call the fellows," I said; .IF YOU ARE GOING.. ways camo back to him, refused by "the old man's sands aro almost run KEPRASK, COLORADO, tho jury. "Great Scott! Hoys, look out" or here another Grimesl" would bo ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, In a few moments he came back THE heard at the academy as tho huge with our coterie, quiet and sad in the TEXAS, black canvas was brought up tho presence of the angel of death. Not a steps. And it would be promptly word was spoken, but their S0UTH-VS'iJS WEST, stopped then nnd there, and bent befaces .showed their hearts had low with a mark on its back, In red been touched. FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS chalk. We grouped ourselves about the bed, AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. And so It was, year by year. Juries watching tho feoblo motions of tho fl. R. Louisville 4 Nashviiic THE REST RuUTETO THE camo ana went, nut uid urnnes d dying painter's hand describing lines in his' pail of water winter nnd in the air beforo him. yzTAlways Reliable. Superb Is the line for you, as its summer, and painted on. Then the hnnd holding tho brush Make the LIGHTEST BREAD, ULIMAN VESTIBULCD COACHES. Wo never referred to the ptcturo fell upon the blanket lie raised his FROM CINCINNATI To Lexington, Chattanooga, Ulrmlngham, Me SLEEPINO AND DINIHO CH after it was placed in tho van. It head, his eyes opened with on upward SWEETEST CAKES, Make close connections at rldlsn. New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon and Jack camo back to him in due season, but it gaze Into the dim, blue, ntarry spaco SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS HEAD OVER TrIE sonville. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI assed by closed studiy tloorj closed abovo us, a sinilo of joy illumined tho WHITEST BISCUITS. Through Sleeping Car to Illrmlnzliani, For all points. WRf OLKWESTERN RAILROA. ut of respect for the fodi-ij- i of Old the thin lips. j, Albany, Knoxvllle, Afhevllle, Jackson, For Salo by SOLD. THROUGH TICKETS drimob, who for n p. .1.1 l.'icr ft"f ,"! see it there gentlemen tlnre Vicksburs and Shreveport. CHEAPEST, DEBT AND QUICKEST LINE. HAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Through Tourist Sleeper, Cincinnati to Los won! I '? bi!cnt nnd i.:c!..r. holy : : Kr.t the f:'co of Christ. There nt Inst at For itiv Information e.'oiuire .of Angeles and Sun Francisco every Thursday. Dcscrlptli Wrlto for UhIcs, Mat. to won' i epec I'.).: r .'cover, anil iw'. i lat t I've found tho face of Christ!" rent, IllV.Il. JOE S. TtT3 'ornpulctg, to any Btutiou AkuiU, or to Direct Route to the Southwest via New Or Stanford, Ky Dealer In General M rchandle, - ! igain tipoT some n And s- OM Gr'uies' work vVus lono Or M, T. BHAGO, leans or via Shrcvenort. ALLCN HULL, W. O. PCVILL, W.A.MtQUOWN Trir. Pass. Agent, I'sm. 4g From I'tit Mntintc. ami Other .Mon a'l r.rirrr Agt. 111. r.w.ser act. Trivrllae itrocloui si'lii'tni' of oolir at dr.iu 3 DAILY TRAINS TO CHATTANOOQA - function City Ky HOiMlkCVA. tUlDIIUN.O. E01.MJkt.la. Ing, tvhldu was promptly painted over olones, by George Wharton Edwards. I Send for Llternfre and Time Tabies. called him, although that was not his itamo. Tho sign on the door of his studio in that gray old K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. building on Washington square was Trln leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m , returning at N. I Gummidge fancy a painter with 5:10 p. m. a nnmo such as that! Portraits. Hut in reality ho painted religious subL.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. jects, such as Moses Smiting tho Rock, ia 37 p m No. Jl. Train going North Noah tho ' " No.aH, " njpiu in the Contemplating blackArli, Lazarus 11 jipn " South " , Ho. Tomb things with umber " J Noli, " and bitumen and dreadful' in drawing. QUEEN & CRESCENT. It was a curious and pathetic flguro that presented itself every morning Train pats Junction City as follows: and mounted tho Malrs to tho upper No a North f No. t South t " 3 130pm floor, whero were tho studios in that la.icam " ' " 11.30pm " 6 ...3. IS a m portion of tho Old University building .. 000 a m 840pm ' 10 9 " which had previously served as tho forth: "Look t Do not Stop 83 I?JCrc YKAU IXADVANCK (rWhdn not so paid Sa.SO will be charred.- 33n " tho Into unsuccessful Moses or Aaron, or some such attempt. Hut it was over tho flguro of Christ that his enthusiasm never faltered. It was, as ho often told us, to be his mastcrpicco "Oummidgo's masterpiece," lie called it this it was understood ho had labored over ever since wo first know him. It stood In tho corner ot his studio with n dingy whito cheese-clotcurtain beforo it and whenever wo would enter ills studio ho hover failed to drop the curtain, to conceal it. One tiny, upon comparing notes, wo found that Old Grimos had not been scon for several days; and while we wero talking, Middlctone, at once tho most talented nnd the idlest fellow I ever knew, came into tho htutlio, nnd with n bhow of feeling, of which no ono had hitherto suspected him, burst h street a fiunucial puniu. " Tlio ovcrccuted man, who wns waiting for n car, turned nbout nt tho sound STORE ROOMS of tho words and found himsolf con- or tent lhey aro mi Mln Hreet,l the principal block Mrs M. J. MlLLLU.btaniord. ;j fronting tiio ovuicoatluss man. "Yes, thaVfiHO." A. S. "So? You hot it ia so. Just r. Httlo 1JleBlU SURGEON DENT1S1 lack of promptness on tho part of poiiio one, nnd down come tho whole finanjfficeovcr McRobsits Drug .Store In the new Owsley Uuildlng cial fabric. A owes 1J, I) owes C, nnd Stanfard. and do on. A fails to como up with tho dough. That em barrows H, nnd so Xi&dios I on." Tho ovorcoatod ninu pcuiotl fur up tho my l".iinucliU lliM'titslon. "Funny what n Httlo thing will start tse Waon,'nearly new, rairbanls hcales that ill aw 4,000 Ibi. 'Iliosa wlthlnt; to puichase will please call on me at SUi.fotd. John S. llleJicc. i !". rUf tA t PS uVLLw. . Onea-- h ..l',ll MONUJIEFTS. GHANITKand rrlAIlKLlS. J.KARINS&CO., Iluildrrs from original rtpilcnt and best material and workmanship " Olllce 319 '1 bird Micct, I oultvillc, Ky. Yard and Woik bhopt, M Mitpeilier, Veimopt aiul Carrara, Italy. Long experience, ungual designs; satufaciloit to cumantml 11 MSf'S'S PRICE, To Tla JuNK J T JONM, Ml.ll.. store you will Mod one ol ho finest stocks of Milllmry and Embroidery Material ever brought to Stanford. I have paid cash fur my goods and sell them (or cash, to lotv that )ou will to forced to buy liom mo. An examination will convince you and ou aie Invited to make it. MKy. A. A McKlNNEY. .t J01TE3 BKOS., Tin Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, well-wor- n TO THE LADIES. sll, I HOUSE J. B. HIGGINS, 1 ds-ir- d. Lr-mwtii- All Kinds of Coal, Pure fHfj Stanford, Treat Foi Tlic Ladies. S. CABPENTER, grn-ciou- si . I p. eye-glasse- s. Tho Myers House, n FIRST Stanford, Chroniolo-Tolograp- .8200,000 21.300 ftM-ai- t tt Big Four Route, nt 11. fldu-cian- 1 d WaU&oo Varnon, Kentucky. Ky. Midland R'y, - e. Cincinnati nud Frankfort al feo-bl- t, tveinroino-ruDiicwii- n I 's I ziit. tar. b. psirifsr, -- Dentist, ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. Stanford, Fanners BanMTrnst . 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