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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895020101 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. vpmxmrr&r- - nr0Nqpp9P!ffiWW Jl ' ; Semi Weekly Interior Journal, VOL. XXII. WILLIAMSBUnCVmTLEY ch STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY COUNTY. -- 1, 1895 FIVE REASONS WHY SUPm NO. 94 fik jt3L1XVJLMiOJ itl ?M Wo tiatl n nix-Inbiiow Montlny. Mtb. lUioriu Mooro hits-- roHtnieil from n trip tu Indiana. Horn, last Monday, to tho wife of 0. 0. Moore, n daughter. G. A. Duiiintn was nt Gi'thseniano hflt week to neo IiIb boh, Sam, who Is there at hoIjooI. Services nr being held nt the M. 1C. church every uyoniuK this week. Uev. Baker, the pnntor, is iIoIor the- prunch- I3R. Our fitw mills nro running full titno - i I7 to become more and more holy until he would reach tho goil and receive the prizM. Paul was a perfect Christian, but claims not to he a perfect Christian. Here are two apples upon my table: As to their nature, they are perfect. They ore both distinctly apple and nothing else, from cuticle to seed. They are both perfect h to applehooil, hut in development there is a mnrked dillerence; precisely so it is in Christian character. Christians difiVr in development, (not in tho Christ nature), all the way from their spiritual bibyhood, to the full rounded eaint, when holiness shall havo become complete in them. James 3:'J, "For in many things wo offered all -- if any mau offend WHEN YOU AND I WtliE BOYS. not in work, tho samo is a perfect man nnd nblo also to bridle tho whole body," (WKITTHM TOR THK INTKIIO Jul HUM Can wo forget tho good old days) when "but the tongue can no man tame." you and I were boys. John 1.8. The most holy of all the 12 Before the cruel years had come, dispell apostles writes "if we say we havo no ing half life's joys sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth With rude awakenings from the dreams, is not in us." so happy and so bright, Since then Jesus taught his disciples to filled tho youthful faucy with That sweet visions of delight ? "bo perfect as your Father in heaven is Can wo forget tho woods and fields our perfect," and uono of his apostles aver professed such perfection nor inculcated footstops wandered o'er, Tho winding streams we used to fish and it upon others, how are the teachings ol wade from shore to shore, Christ and thoie of his inspired aposTho rugged knobs that stretched away tles to ba reconciled? The true oxposi in distance dimly blue, Till to the gazo their tops seemed lost In tion of this apparent discrepancy, is of heavon'a azure hue 7 tho greatest importance, and will afford forgot tho merry trips so often unspeakable joy iy everyone, who may Can we accept it. Will you then givo mo your there wo mado, When clambering up their sloping Hides, best thought and I promise you a satiswe'd rest beneath tho shade factory solution? 1. Jesus is himself, Of some old monarch of the wood, with "God manifest in the flesh." All the branches spreading wide, Whose hoary trunk for ages past the fullness of the Godhood dwelled in him-Hwas before all thing, and tho creator tempests had defied ? and upholder of all things. He is "the Can wo forget tho treasured stores by way, tho truth and tho life. He is the Naturo thero arrayed, When mellowed Autumn ruled the year light of tho world and in him is no darkand gorgeously displayed ness at all." Tho yellow gold persimmons and the All spiritual truth and purity becamo swinging by, s concrete in him. Thero was nono before chestnuts that And tho him, nor behind him, nor abovo him boomed to hang so high ? greater than he. He was the embodi Can wo forget tho burrowed ticks that ment of all truth and holiness. In teach lovolod'neath tlniBkin, the ing his disciples, ho was dealing with spiriand cockle-burTho beggar-licbruisoJ and hltoding shin, tual principles rather than with the deTho poison oak, tho thorna and briers tails of actual life in fallen humanity and mnny a raro delight Our mothers holpod to rid us of when Ho was revealing, out of the depth of hU own infinite Godhosd, those spiritual wo came home at night ? principles and laws of spiritual life, that memCan wo forgot those happy days, to had their being, their centre and circutn ory ever dear, gold nor honor's crown ference in himself. Iu truth and in ng'ii, Not gl'ttering would have the chirm to choer ho could only reveal such principles as Declining years with brighter smiles or existed in h?mself and of which he was lend much rarer joys Thnn musing o'er tho buried ! years-wh- en tho author. But in Jesus was light nnd no darkness at all. Morally, ho was ab you and I were boys aolutoly porfect. In lilting himself up Gkohog V. Do.veohy. Danville, Ky. before the world mid for tho world ns its stnndurd of truth and holiness alter prominent real eststo Mr Ira P, Wetinore, .,- - : used Cnambarlain's Tas. has Remedy in Mi fain which they must aspire, he could lay Colic. Cholera ami Dlatrhira years as occasion rcqnlred. and al- down no principle for the government of iy f it several ways with perfect success He says; "I frit Its human life, less perfect than what his perfect cure lor our baby when troubled with colic not "Be yo or dysentery. I now feel that my outfit Ishome own divine nature embodhd. completo without n bottle of this Kemedy at therefore perfect as your Father iu heavoron a trip away lioui home Kor sale by Dr. S. O. Hocker, druggist, en is porfect" embodied the only princi. ple of spiritual truth, that was possible Curo for Hoadncno . Headache Klectrlc for him to reveal. To hnvo fallen short Ai a remedy for all formi of Hitter has proved to bo the very belt. It effects of this principle would have involved a permanent cure and the moil dreaded habitual hi- Godhood in moral imperfection. V e lick headache yleldi to iti influence. and uru give allhou.e..TlIcUdtopr.curo a bottle Now then Jesus tr.Dfers this princi cases thli remody a fair trial In cures ol habitual the pie to by giving tho npostles, earthen veeiselH, "and Klectrlc Hitter needed tone to the howMs and few casus long Try it once. I.atge bv nature tho children of wrath," and use Ol this rrcdirln bottlea only so cents at A. R. fenny Drug Morn, prepares them by three years of teaching .... aa u).f tin rliildrtn will rejoice with I. and by inspiration of the holy spirit to n. MUlfotd.of l'lalnvile, N.J. His little boy exemplify this prlucip'o in their own v.ir. r.ru'e. was SICK wiin.. cruuu. cor iwu lives mid in the lives of all others. ......j-.Iu the days anu menu ne iricu mended by Yricnds and neighbors, lie say.: "J very nature of thing, this principle of thought turo I thought Hire would loss him I pk4mt..f nn'i iznuiMi tteiuuur aaveriis spiritual life couid only be realized by a edandthought I woutd try It as a last bopo slept and am happy to say that alter two doses heand a process of culture an o; lionet) to tho day until morning. I gave it to him next in the house will of Christ. That ou may thorough remedy cure wan effected. I keep thii now and as soon as any of ray children show ngus ly understand the process by whicn ol croup 1 give it to ihem and that lithe last of . i. holiness is ohts'nah'e wo must r .. nd to cent bottlea for 't'elbyl Dr. S. G ' member man's moral btate, when Christ druggist, Stanford. Hooker, ) now, giving employment to eoveral hundred nniu Tliii wilt help, tho financial condition of tiling here. Kid. J. G. UvitiKRtnn, of Crab Orchard, preached at tho OhrlstianTchurch last Sunday. Tho congreKnlion are think i jr of emyloylnK him part of tho time. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith entrr-tdne- d their younp friend at their homo WedneHday evening In honor of Mr. Smith's Hletor, Miss Minerva Smith, of Ohio, who is visiting them, A most do llghtful oveninK was spent nnl will be long retnotnbered by those who attend- ed. Slnco our last letter circuit court has been progressing nicely and several cases havo been disposed of. Among tliOBo of importance are Oommonweallh vs. James Bowman for tho murder of Reeder in Iuinx county, lmt January, who was Riven four years Ho was sentenced for life in Birhourville, but tho court of appeals gave him n new trial, and ho got a change of venue. Tho cat e of same vs. John MalllcoAt, for the murder of Abo Yount, received 2:.years. This was also his second trltl.Minving been sentenced once before but obtained a new hearing. The cae of the Con monwealth vs. A. I'. Bowo for bigamy was completed Wednesday and the jury roturmd a verdict in about two hours, fixing his punishment at 7 years in the He camo to this county peuitenticry. about four years ago and was quite n nice looking gentleman; ho married tho daughter of Mr. W. A. Nowport tatt April, moved to Corblu and ran n hottl Everybody considered him a there. nice man, until It was found out that ho had a living wife with three children in North Carolina, where jiu'hnd lived several years before ho came hero. Applications in all of these rases will be made, for now trials. is first received and "formed in his soul." LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. All of his Ufa ho has boen a prodigal A largo crowd patronized tho dinner 'L. from his father's house. Thestrong hab- given by the ladies for the benefit of its of a sinful life aro interwoven with Williams.) In I'mlip. 3:12 P.uil writes "not as every fibre of his moral nature. Accord-io- g Mrs. Pascoo and n handaomo sum wfb to tho moral nature of man nnd the realized. though I had already attained, cither Wood Brothers applied last county were already perfect, but I follow after law that ipvorns all life, this depravity can only bs removed gradually. Henco court day forlicenso to sell whisky by if that I may apprehend that fir which tho quart at their distillery near Marks-burI am apprehended of Christ Jesus. the teaching of the apostles recognize An objection was mado by some Brethren I oount not mys-l- f to havo ap- tho univcml fact of human depravity citizens residing iu tho neighborhood prehended, but tills ono thing I do, for and provide for its removal, by a'helpiul getting those things that are behind and application of tho truths of tho gospel nnd the caaa will be heard this, Thursday, morning. reaching forth unto those which are be- and obedience to its requirements. J K. Faulkner, now representing a A babe In Christ is no more instantly fore, I press toward tho mark for tho prize of tho high cdling ol God in Christ lifted up into strong nnd perfect spiritual Chicago tailoring establishment, has Jisus. Let us therefore, as many as be manhood, than tho full grown man Is been horo several days, mingling among perfect, bo thus minded " Hero Paul born lunUntly from his mother's womb. his many friends. Miss Carrie West is pneumonia. Capt W. J. Kindihulalms to hayo attained to w lint his Hither lika would be a monstrosity, and ill infract every law ol God for tho govern naird is improving after a four weeks soul nt ill longed for and declares his purwrestlo with fever. pose to press onward until ho reached ment of mitorial and spiritual life. Tho principle topic of conversation What disposition is to ho made of the thcgoaLand this purpose of his, constitestimonies of so many pious men und In Lancaster this week has been the case tutes him; and all others having tho women, who profess with vociferous rap- of Itiddick, charged with burning tho same purpose, as boitlR "po-fectI'aul ture, to have received instantaneous hotel. The trial was commenced Wed was not perfect in holiness, hut was perThey Bro to bo rejected nesday morning before Judgo BurnBide. fect in his purpose to press onward, nnd Hnetiilcatiou' as delusions of a be wilderod imagination. Mrs. Pascoo was placed on tho stand and They are to be rejected as unscriptural told of her escape from the burning building. She also identified the spoon?, aud unphiloBophic. What is It nnil How Obtained? (Conclmloii of sermon by Kid. V. g. ." SANCTIFRATION: it "TMPTWU mn n ytwwr, A,l( IIUSTONV5LLI2, KY. YE 0 Can M Goods Cheaper than Others. X high-priced 1 e paw-paw- e s, Ant-id- Stan-lor- d. good one 75c, the best one made !oi $1.25. Mens' fine shoes, lace and housa by the officers. Drs. Kinnaird and Congress, at $i, f i as, $i 50 and $a former price J1.50, ?i, Si 53 and Jj.jo. Ladles' Kid, patent tip, $1. Grant stated that tho bones, which were A first class ladles' kid shoe on all different lasts st $1.35, that other merchants are selling at $1. taken from the debris were those of two CLOTHING. I will close out my present stock of clothing readult persons. One witness, a colored gardless of cost. I only mention a few to show how cheap they are. A good black wool cheviot suit woman, swore that sho heard Reddlck for men al.$3. Heavy, a'l wool cassimere pan's atS, in fact anything lu stock at less monry than say tho day before the fire that he wish- you ever bonght them. A goad longjOvercoat for J j. Vou must see the bargains I havp tc properly ed the hotel would hum and Pascoo with appreciate them. DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS at such marvelous reductions that it. Keddick swears that he knew nothing of tho fire and that the blackened it seems almost Impossible. I can only mention a few. All calicoes at 4 Jc, including Indigos, blacks silverwaro was given to him by Capt. W. and mournings. Masonville anu Lonsdale bleach cottens at ;c. Alt wool casslmcres and Henriettas inches wide, at 33c. 4 spools of Clark's thread for 15c, and a thousani thlugs I haven't space to S. Miller, tho owner of tho hotel. Thero 40 mention. Goods were never told as low as I will sell them. Remember my terms are CASH, or the are a large number of witnesses on both limit to responsible people is 30 days. All accounts ar now last due ond those indeMid to me will spring samples of Clothing now on hand at great) v reduced sides nnd the case will occupy tho great- please settle at 01.ee. JAMKS KRVE, Hustonvllle, Ky. P'to. er portion of Thursday. Tho defendant is represented by Mr. Lewis Walktr, uith him." while County Attorney Johnston, R. II. OF A LOCAL NATURE. Tomlinson and J. Mort Rothwell nre for the prosecution. The large circuit rourt The death of Mr. John W. Proclor, room has been crowded during the trial li'titn churchman nnd financier of aud much interest is manifested. Danvillo, removes from honorable world Would you know what we are doing? If so, come to our new MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ly existence to a higher sphere of eternal store. We have a few more Winter goods unsold and they are to reward, an excellent gentleman and a Tho roads are in fiue condition for most worthy and exemplary citizen. He be sold regardless of Treasury deficits, Democrats, Republicans or sleighing here. lived heru for u number of years nnd It is rumored that a "sanctlfication" Populists. If you want full value for your dollar, our new store is the was cashier of tho first bank in Stanford, meeting will commence here at an early place. We tho old Deposit Bank. Tho older citizens date. remember him as n man of most puncBro, Dickey, of Jackson, preached tilious conduct, which rulo of action here Sunday. His sermon on tho text charncteriz-- d him through life. At the "Bo yo Holy" was pronounced a fine eftime of his deatli aud for 20 years before Embroideries, Laces, White Goods, Percales and Spring Dress Goods fort. ho was cashier of tho Boyle County NaMr. Wm. Poynter. after moving his and these we are ready to sell with winter goods at very low prices. tional Bink and also treasuror of the store will also move his place of resi- We will also receive this week a new lot of Clothing, we think Methodist Board ol Church Extension. dence, having rented out his property. Ho leaves two children, W. G. Proctor This is one of the prettiest homes in and Mrs. Georgia Dnncan, and s town. of friends, who will grieve over bis Messrs. Fields and Rico aro away death. Booking a new location for their saw we have ever handled, both in quality, style and fit, and our new Mrs. Lou id a Land, relict of tho lato mills. These are excellent gentlemen J. P. Lind, died at Mrs. Sallie Bailey's at and our community will regret their de- Shoes for Spring will also be ready by the last of the week and we Turnersville, of pneumonia, aged 09. She parture. will be was a sister of Dr. G. W. Bronaugh's F, X. Mudd, who was Mr. up mother, and an excellent woman. She on this division of the L. & N. ns an opleaves four children, only one Mr. erator, is now general manager for tho John T. Land, being a resident of this Live Poultry Shipping Co., located at It matters not at what price goods are sold in any market, we are county. Chicago. A dispatch from Middlesboro to the -- Mr. W. B. Debord, of Pulaski, will here to sell and we intend to meet all competition. Louisville Times says that thero is a tako charge of the Xewcomb Hotel, Feb. H strong eloment iu the mountains which 1st. Mr. Willis Adams, who has successfavors Hon. Charles H. Itodes, collector fully run the house for the past year, ol internal revenue in this district, for moved to his farm near town. governor. A hotter mau has not been Mrs. II. W, Rice is visiting relatives suggested. in Cincinnati. Mr. II. Aling, a brats Garrett Taylor, colored, wnshung by worker, of Pittsburg, Pa., who camo here n mob in Madison county in order to ex- two months since for his health, which tort a confession of theft. Ho was cut was greatly injured on account of brass down by a passerby and then told all. filings, is greatly improved. Maj. John K. Duncan, a prominent Mastor McKenzie Brown, the handcitizen of Mercer county, is dead. Farming can save money some son of our efficient If you want to get in the best companies postmistress, Mrs. Cleo Brown, has exby seeing him. HUBBLE. hibited n wonderful talont for drawing Dr. Kinnaird was calledto seo Mac A map recently drawn exhibited pkill Millon'a child Monday, which Is very rarely shown by advanced pupils. Mrs. Fishback has a large school at sick of fever. Bob HtiBsell, of Dinvllle,'. bought Liyiugston. Mr. Si Martin is teaching same butcher's cattlo of J. F.J.Uigney at school nt Maretsburg with good attendJc. Robert Silo is up from Cumber- ance. Miss Ella Jnplin has begun a seland county with some cattlo. lect school nt this place. Mrs Georgianna Mr. K I Miner is arranging for mov- Coyle is recovering from n serious Illness. ing his family to Louisville. Wo regret Mrs. Derrill Cress is very low. to give him and his family up, as ho is At a recont meeting of tho Ladies' ila Sparks, was chosit splendid gentleman an willjbu missed Aid Society, Mrs. In this community. en president; Mrs. Weber, The protracted meoting is still holdMm. J. V. Nesbitt, secretary, nnd ing here, with considerable interest. Mm. W. M. Poynter, treasurer. The Some seem to understand the doctrine of work of the pnst year was approved nnd snuctiflcation while others do not. But now Inbor plauned for the future. be that as it may, the moetiii will sureTho statement of the ly do good, whether sauctificatiou is un- Newborn, Tenn., bank, of which our derstood and received by alitor not, as old time friend, Quincy Shumate, is cashUndettakers and Dealers in Furniture, Stanford. wo are haviug some good, sensible talk ier, has been received. Tho oilicers of tho institution passed over the hard timeB in each sermon. in good shape and cleared money. Tho HERE IS THE LEADER !. Far rheumiU.-n- l have foujJ nothln; equal to local paper says some highly complimeu Chamberlain'' l'ain lUlm. It relcivcs the pain la anon ji applied. J. V, Young, West Liberty. tary things of Mr. Shumate's nbllity nnd W. Va Ibepiompt relief it affords is alone worth many times the cost, jo cents. Its contin- standing in that community. m wet-pat2-- What then is to he the outcome of labors for Christ In the year' of our Lord ISO 5? To as many bb truly shall bo "planted iu the house of the Lord, shall llonrish in tho courts of our God, they shall still bring forth fruit in old age, thoy shall still he fat and nourishing to nw that tliB Lord, ho is upright and thero in jjo upriglituousness in him." U't us then sow tho seed of the King-dowith a generous hand, knowing that they who "sow in tears shall reap in joy. He that goeth forth and bear ing prHcioiis seed, shall doubtless come again with rejoicing, bringing his sheaves I wish to thank my many friends and patrons for their very liberal patronage. I am now in position to sell goods cheaper than any of my competitors. I. Because I have no rent to pay cither for business house or dwelling. 2. I keep no clerks 3. I have to pay no city tax for water and lights. 4. I pay cash for all of my goods and give the trade the benefit of the big discounts 5. I will sell for cash, or 30 days only to responsible people, and will lose no bad debts, and need no extra clerk to itemize long accounts. These are my terms and I cannot change them under any circumstances. To convince one and all examine these prices. GROCERIES. Maker's Flour, $1.50 per 100, best green Coffee 23 jc, Arbuckles22c, Granulated Sugar 22 lbs for Si, special prices in barrel lots, good green coffee 20c, black pepper lie, raisins, figs and prunes Best corn and tomatoes 3 cans for 25c, and other bargains in the same line. BOOTS AND SHOES. Mens heavy boot $2, former price 3. 50, our knives, forks, Ac, found in Keddick'e A for Jt.as, heavy plow shoes Sc tailor-mak-e . OUR NEW STORE ! Are .' Receiving .' Daily rimer wi im cirrn JLiliLiUd MJMM JL thoiiE-and- iuiirity Tr TrKVTW7i Prepared For All. HUGHES & TAT FOR INSURANCE THAT INSURES, seeJ Kirby , The Insurance Man, eight-year-o- ld 1 t; Bemi-nnuu- al WITHERS 5l HOCKE ued use will effect u permanent enre. For silo by lr. S. G. Hocker, druggist, IUIU. Stan- - nn 'h n Kaliy Urn Vheii A m sick, ro f.iTO her CoatorK aim wak a Child, slio cried for Castorio. una liecamt) 3Ils, aha clung to CostorlA. Tho Court of Appeals, as nt present constituted, costs tho State SI OS n day, Sundays nnd vacations including, or in round numbers, $40,000 u year. This will bo increased to J 1,000 n year under tho now regime, which fiztb the Clerk's conpeneation at a Salary of 1 1,000 iastead 1 ,. a'hen she had Children, she gvethtu CoAtorU, of fees. a .. Quarantood Curo. 1 1 prr-fe- ct We authorize rur advertised druggist tosellyou-Dr- . King's New Discovery for Consumption, Co'jphs and Colds, upr. this condition. If you are alllicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo. 'I hroat, or Chest trouble and will use this remedy The best salve In the woil.l fur cuts, bruises, aciordiug to directions, giving it a 'air trial aud sores, ulcers, salt rheum, ftver sores, tetter, chap experience no benefit, you may return the holtle We could not hands, chilblains, corns and all akin eruptions, and have your motley refunded t positively curt-- piles, or no pay repuired. It Is make this offer If we did not know that Dr Kings wii 'ranteed to give perlect satisfaction or money New Discovery could belied upon. It never disrefunded. I'nceaj cents per box. Kor sale by appoints. Trial uottlcs free at A. R. l'enny'i drug store. Large sue 50c and $1. A K. l'cuny, Stanford, Ky. s Over too now in use in Lincoln county and all of them giving satisfaction. It has no eqaul. Costs less to keep it in repair and docs the work better than any plow made. The Vulcan Chilled Plow. W. H. WEAREN & CO. s. jr!yThglijp"t'air--- - Yn& Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourhal 1, 1895 SrAsronn, Ky., FcunuAUV VV. P. WALTON. In a message full of patriotism and n lofty sense of duty, President Cleveland of urRes upon Oorgresa the importance immediate currency legislation and the danger of the present conditions, should they he permitted to go unchecked. Prompt action is imperitively demanded to maintain the gold reserve and protect the credit of the government and in words of wisdom ho asks that partisanship be laid aside and measures for the good of the whole country ho adopted that will reatore confidence in our financial soundness and avert business disaster and universal distress among our people. The present conditions make it necessary to sell bonds to get gold which is taken away as fast as it accumulates by persons desirouB of creating a further need for the sale of more bondB. Within the last year $100,000,000 in bonds have been Bold and in that time moro than f in gold have been withdrawn from the treasury to send abroad or to hoard at home. The present issue is not one between the friends and the enemies of silver, hut a simple question as to whether the government shall maintain a sufficient gold reserve to meet its obligations. The messnge supgests that tho secretary of tho treasury be authorized to Issue bonds for the purpose of procuring and maintaining a sufficient gold and for the redemption and cancellation of the United StateB legal tender notes and the treasury notes issued for'the purchase of silver. Tho present generation has borne its full amount of burden and the bonds should he made payable 50 years from date in denominations of $20 and $50 and their multiplies, and should bear interest at a rate not exceeding 3 per cent, per annum. In conclusion the president expresses the determination to leave nothing undone which furnishes a hope for improving the situation or checking a suspicion of our disinclination or disability to moot with the strictest honor every national obligation. Mr. Cleveland has stated the situation in an unequiyocal manner and Bug gested the means of relief. Will the democratic majority in Congress refuso the proper relief and by leaving tho question open for the succeeding Congress show their inability and incompetency to deal with the momentous demands of the hour? 172,-000,0- race horses in tho country, will bn in the on stud at Lexington this year. At Falmouth. Martin Finn, who I want to loan out 25 ft previous trial waa found guilty of murder ntid given a life sentence, wa acquit mull a to good hands. Call at my house ted at his new trial after the jury had Monday, Feby. 4th. M.S. Baughtnan.' O. L. Carter tells us that ho has S3 been out 22 hours'. O , htuiba from 57 ovcaa and h is 0J moro to Mrs. Ludwig Sahui, of Warron, wife of a promiuent citizen ntid the lamb. Ho hod 15 to come one night unther of a fivomoiUhs' old baby, shot from S ewes and ho saved n'l of them. Wonders will never cease. Tho herself through tho tomplo because the Uluo Grass laraier has lived to see n baby cried so much. If Congress falls to pass a bond bill, good milch cow bring a higher price nt horse it is expected that tho Administration public salo than a standard-bre- d EvKRYiiour, without regard to puty, will ncain fall hack on tho authority al Georgetown Times. except the silver lunatics, are pleased ready existing and issuo bonds to tho F. K. Tribblo bought in Boyle and with the president's patriotic promulga- amount of $250,000,000. Mercer 15 mules, 12 mares, 3 to 0 years tion with reference to tho need of curold, 15 2 to 10.1 hands at nn average of -- Renresflntatlva Bartlett. of Maine. rency legislation, and tho suggestions he baa introduced a bill offering $50 reward $S0. He also bought of Mrs M. .1. Hubmakes, but judging from the Washing- to bo paid all persous, who, after taking ble an extra nice jnir of match mare ton dispatches, nothing will be done by a liquor-habi- t euro, shall abstaiu for a mules for $237 50. Tho WinchtBter Dftnocrat sajstheri' this session of Congress. The silver men period of 13 months. wero 250 cattle on that uitrket Monday. have but one idea and they would sacJust as Burton Bush was getting first-clas- s cattle would rifice tho honor and faith of the governStella Chambers at Roso-ville- , Demand good, and in tho State, ntid pension checks foira about the only currency in certain settlements. No wonder the cry for more pensions is continually goii?g up, but all tho same tiro larger part of tho pension business is legalized robbery. By it Peter is robbed to pay Paul. In other words tho South ia robbed for tho bonefit of tho North mid what makes it worse, the beneficiaries aro in many instances in no sonsa worthy of suppsrt by the government. to -- A car of White Nortlern Seed Oatf -- Tho winter nuutora of IV jf. V m. The eUtemout is made and based upon paradox nt just received. Call or writo for sample disGentry's equine and cintno tho figures that tho U. S. pension bursements in Maine amount to ?5 Dlooinlneton. Indiana, burned, hloveu J. 11. HmightiMii & Co. Trevillian 2:09, one of tho greatf et apiece for every man, woman and child trained ponies aud 3" educited dogi wore nlso burned. two-year-o- ld These Baraains I ARE Heavy unbleached domestic, i yard wide, scents. THE KIND 'ijj bargains in Mope Cotton this week only, cents; 5(j cents. Yard wide, all wool Dress Flannel, 25 THE Fancy bordered, fringed table linen, worth this week to Si. )S 1.50, reduced ment to carry their point. The Lonisvillo Times has adopted a feature which is a boon to the hurried of joy to the reader and a newscllpper. We refer to tho "Bullo' tins," which tell tersely and concisely the principal news of tho issue. Keep it up, Bro. Brown. It is a great help to your lazy country cousins. well-spring The Frankfort Capital says that Judge GufToy handed down four decisions in one day, which breaks the record, If the new judge may not know what he is doing, and there aro those who say he does not, he is at least setting a good example to the other old pokes on the bench. Tub gold reserve, which the law says must not he less than $100,000,000, is down to $44,551,322, the lowest point yet reached, aud still Congress will give no relief. Thank God, many of the unfaithful servants will depart next month, wo hope never to he heard from again. NEWSY NOTES. The statement of the Louisville Post's mysterious O'Mega that Gen. Hardin and Col. Bradley are doing all they can to secure tho nomination for governor of the other, is a very baseless figment of a disordered imagination. In oratorical powers these gentlemen are pretty well matched, and we are sure that deep down in the hearts of both is a silent prayer registered and ready that they may not have to meet upon the hustings. If thoy do it will be a battle of tho giants be he who first and the cry will bo cries "Hold Enough." I dd Tun strike of the electric car men in Brooklyn, after costing them thousands of dollars in wagep, besides the State a large sum in sending soldiers to the scene, the compauics a largor los and tho traveling public auy amount of annoyance and inconvenience, has ended in unglorious defeat for tho striker, who are now bpgging to bo taken back to tho places they quit, at the same wage they struck agiinst. It is rare that' a strike pays anybody. Arbitration and a little common sense would save millions to labor and capital. It is stated on reliable authority tkat Hon. James D. Black, of Barbourville, may be a candidate for lieutenant governor, an announcement which will be received with pleasure by all who know tho geuuine worth and eloquent oratorical powers of that popular son of the mountains. He would add great strength to the ticket, for he would have his own section solid for him and his power as a campaign orator will be worth thousands of votes to democracy. We believe that if the party is wise. Mr. Black will be nominated. Brer. Walton, that said, "He that Knott shall bo damned," and told the truth when ho said it, too. Covington Commonwealth. The issue of the Kentuckian containing it never came to this office and seeing the paragraph in the paper from which we quoted, without credit, we naturally supposed it was original by the author. But we find we can not meat always sometimes tell about It was the Hopkinsville Kentuckian, eth that. Tub Georgetown Times calls attention to the fact that when tho question of reduction of the tax was before the Legisla. ture, every mother's son of a republican in the body voted for it. The re duction has resulted in emptying the treasury, and these same republicans are now Btanding on their hind legs and howling. Consistency is not a jewel in the crown of the avorago republican statesman of the present day. will be field. A call has been istho first in tho sued for a convention at Louisville, Feb. 20 and 27, to nominate a full ticket for State officers. The Kentucky prohibitionists A revolution has broken out in the United States of Columbia. David Hampton was electrocuted at Sing Sing. He killed a woman. The "drys" carried tho local option elecionat Hartford by four votes. Northern Now York has been swept by u blizzard, tho worst in several year?. Louisville is Boon to have another tobacco warehouse, making a total of 17. Sunday base ball playing will hereafter be punished in Missouri with a fine of $50. Mrs. John Hoffelder, of Waterloo, Ind., fell dead at tho wedding of her neice. The whisky trust has been forced to tho wall and is now in the hands of a receiver. The revival at Mitchell's chapel, in MayBville, closed Thursday, with 300 conversions. l Tho bosses are said to have decreed that tho season of 1S95 shall be gin April 18. Peter Olsen and his family, six people in all, were burned to death near Bismarck, N. D. Fitzsimmonn, the pugilist, has been held in $10,000 bond for the killing of pugilist Itiordan. Tho Central Hotel at Winchester has been, sold by S. S. Hays, to St. Louis parties for $40,800. Gen. U. S. Grant's widow was tendered a reception by tho Confederate Veterans at Atlanta. Tho Circuit Court, which convenes at Rnssellvillo next Monday, will have 13 murder cases to try. Berry succeeds himself as United States Senator from Arkansas. Ho heat Fishback moro than two to one. Tho Brotherhood of Locomotivo Engineers in the far West are voting on the question of ordering a general strike. Chairman Springer has offered a bill in tho House carrying into effect President Cleveland's plan for financial relief. Guatemala claims to have received assurance of support from Salvador Nic aragua and Honduras in case of war with Mexico. Seven democrats and fivo republicans will count the vote cast for Governor cf Tennessee. Meantime Turnoy remains in office. Judge David M. Key, of Tennessee, haa retired on full pay after 15 years service aa Judge of tho United States Circuit Court. The Consular and Diplomatic Appro priation bill before tho Senate provides! $500,000 to begin tho construction of a cable to Hawaii, Seventeen children were made and five wives were mado widows by tho accident in the coal mines at Stur-gi- s a fews days ago. Sallio Wilson, colored, of Paris, was found dead in bed by tho side of her child. She had been shot by her lover a short while before. With the assistance of a special order the bill to abolish the differential duty on sugar was crowded through the Houso passing by a vote of 230 to 31. The detnocatic State central and state executive committees have been called by Chairman John D. Carroll to meet in Louisville, February 13 at noon. Valentine Pieratt Richardson, merchant at Winchester, charged with tbe ruin of his eiBterdn-law- , ended his life with a bullet, He left a note Baying lio was innocent. base-hal- Heavy Linen collars, all styles, 3 for 25c. The I.sTKiuoit JouiiNAi. advoratrs an increase of tax on beer, which it insislH Is a luxury. When cool and foamy ntid just from the keg, maybe it i? on a hot An elegant cotton half hose, guaranteed fast black, 40 diy with tho mercury 99 in the shade gauge, 3 for 25c. . 1100. neighborhood. Othis predicted.lhat Juno hogs wit I aid no mint in the It erwise not. Covington Commonwealth be worth 7 cents per pound, becauso i Tho administration banking hill will of corn owing to tho present scarcity Nice line of ladies muslin wear, special bargains in night hogs, and ba reported to the House from the farmers aro forced to sell their on hanUm; and currency in a robes, 50c. that for this reason they will ho ecarco, form, and with a nonand aa high as a cat's hack next summer. much amendtd committal recotiihienJfltion thnt it he A SUOCKing disasier hi eeu ib Lloyd steam cortideted, aud theii tho chin tiin'c will The.North German A good 5 hook corset, 35c. ship Elbe, sailing frotirBremen to Now begin. haic Chandler, who, it in alled fa York by way of Southampton wentdown 36 inch flannel skirt patterns 50c. Special drives in clothing, hats, tally aesiulted a police 1 Ulcer nt Cheyand it is feared as many as 350 lives were Wyo , was arrested at Mauohister, cips, boots and shoes, furnishing goods, dress goods, white goods, lost. Tho number of survivors is placed enne, novelties of all kinds. It is needless to say more foi the Louisville Clay county, and taken hack for trial. at 20. x. Store bargains arc the recognized standard that all others try to apA Pittsburg merchant writes to the , Y. Herald that ho is able to sell French proximate. MISS LOU ELLIOTT, challies at 15 cents per yard less than un der the McKinley tariff', and that there has been a proportionate reduction on all STANFORD, KY. otoer woollen goods since free wool was (J0. UOX 161.1 declared. Viu alley, Peyton and HitriRKNCr.s of Wm. daughter Si II The Lane, of Elyria, O., used gasolino in starting a fire. Her clothes caught aud A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, she waB fatally burned. Her mother, Attornoy Law, to was also fearfully burned in trying T. D. RANEY, Manager. - rescue her. Senator Lodge has introduced a bill Branch Stores: making it a misdemeanor to solicit conOffice on I.aocaiter Street, oppotile the Collection! rcce.vc especial attention IS Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Uardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, tributions for political purposes from any person employed in the Government Virsaillcs, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. service, tho offence being punishable by a fine of $2,000 and imprisonment for one Attorney at Law, year, or both. - Two persons were killed almcst instantly and 30 or 40 were injured in the Will r at Kaecutor, Admiuiitrator and Atilgn wreck of a Vandalia passenger train near ee. Special attention given to Settle nrntt o( Ft. and ale and Divlilen of Coatsville, Ind. The rail spread, throw- tatei, and at Infants' Lands, ing three cars down an embankment. Oflice on Lancatter St overSupt. W K. Mcfla-ry- 't offlee. John W. Norton, manager of tho Grand 90 Every thing new and the best in every line. Opera House, St. Louis, has since died- , James r The will of the PENH-STG. Fair, has beon stolen from the ollico of the County Clerk at San Francisco, and a lot of worthless papers substituted. No trace of tho missing testament has We solicit your trade. Old and New Customers will Receive Prompt been discovered. Tho affair has caused Attention and Accurate Service. Ky. a creat sensation, over $20,000,000 being Office on Main Street, Opprmtc the at stake. "W. A Chicago dispatch says that Prof. Vigo Anderson, ono of tho finest iluto Uookrcller'and Druggist. players in the world, nnd a prominent Of Lincoln County. member of Theodoro Thomas' orchestra, made a dramatic ending to his somowhat Tlie New eventful life Tuesday night. Ho called practically all his friends nnd together Mill, gave them a grand musical entertain ment. Then he shot hunseU through Fitted by Latest Scientific Meth Lancaster, Ky., the head and fall dead. In full It ods. Examination Free. Davidson, of Lexington, of now buildersoperation, and Invites the attention We of Lincoln ceuntr to lit material, the Charley Moore, of tho Blun superior workraanih.p and low prices. Note attacked guarantee to fit or no pay. lhiy Grass Blade, (or saying in his paper that SOME OUR PRICES: ho was allowed to walk the streets unmoyour Watches, Clocks and Jew yellnw pine flooring at lested after having stolen tho city's mon-ov- . Perfectly clear poplaror as fipei hundred. At low $150 per hundred. when a poor negro would be given Perfectly clear yellow popl.11 weather boarding at elry from hundred years in the penitentiary for stealing St co per hundred. Aa low at $1 30 per In yellow six Allpatterns and thlcknetct of Ceilinc a hog. A fight ensued in which the edi rine, poplar, cheitnut and ath, as low as !i ; per at low i per and hundred. Double, dressed lumlierfinishing n lutrber tor forgot he was a hundred. Ileautiful rellow pmn mayor up. Both quarter oak, Ac, Savo money by giving ut you. enmo near doinc tho ex orders. THE LANCASTKk PLANING MILL, were arrested and Moore refusing to give Up to date in Style andPrices. Lancatter, Ky 73 Cm placed in jail. bond was I to marry Ky., Nora Bragg had hlra arrested on a warrent charging him with tho paternity of her unborn child. O. G. Conn, the band instrument man, of Elkhart, Ind., ehares a certain amount of his profits with his employes besides paying them good wages. He has Just distributed $25,000 among them. Preston Eagleson, col., got judgment against tho Nult Hotel, at Craw fordsville, Ind., for $50, because the mauager refus-- 1 ed to allow 'him to eat in tho dining room with white people. He sued for, LOUISVILLE Nice assortment of Fancy Percale Shirts, 50, 75, Si. have brought active competition. Plain feeder, of 1,000 pounds weight, brought com3r; S00 pounds weight, 2J to 2J-mon und rough 2 to 21c Good milch cows, about $30; smooth oxen good qual ity nnd fat, 3Jc. A lot of fair mountain owes sold for $1.40; 29 Bhoats, weight about 35 lhc, sold for $1.71 each. ; STORE The handsomest Dress Shirt to be found in town, Si, $125 ALWAYS Good DELIGHTS TO t I ( I con.-mitt- ee ( GIVE TRAINED 1TTJHSB, 1 LOUISVILLE : STORE, eight-year-o- ld W. S. BXJUCH, Stauforcl, at Kentucky. Court-Hom- e. Wailaoa E. Varnon, Stanford, Atto-ne- Kentucky. y NEW STOCK! B. McROBERTS. latoex-Senato- DB. W. E. Stanford, Dentist, Drugs, Books, Stationery. fat-Offic- e TO THE OITJZSWS Lancaster Planing SPECTACLES : Ex-May- or OF DANKS, - JEWELER. H. J. McROBERTS. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. B. 'Bread is the Staff of Life" K. THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD. Wearen. Choice seed oata for sale. C. C. Carpenter, Hustonville. Of Every Description. D. O. Allen bought in Adair county Powder 2 to 3c. 23 fat cattle at Josiah Bishop bought of his Bor, Fred Bishop, 40 sheep at $3. Allen & Lyon bought of T. M. Clark-so13 135 pound hog at 3jc. Men's Fine Shoes in Machine and Hand Sewed. Children's John Hill sold to John Johnson, of a bunch of fat heifers at 2.02. Shoes. Ladies fine Kid Goods in welts and turns. Boyle, iS. M. Owens bought of A. E. Hund-toof Boyle, 52 extra good ewes nt $2.25. Tho Georgetown Times roports Bales of 50,000 pounds of tobacco at 10 cents all around. Charles Worthinglon has bo far this &3rAlways Reliable. season saved 71) lamb3 from 59 owes. Advocate. Make the LIGHTEST BREAD, Yeaizer & Cooper bought of T. O. SWEETEST CAKES, Yeager a bay gelding for their livery sta WHITEST BISCUITS. ble for $125. McCluro & Holman Bold to Ed Leav-elFor Salo by Is Receiving His of Garrard, a bunch of fat cows and : C. : heifers at 2c. -:- FALL-:-AN- D -- : Fred Bishop' bought of Josoph CofDealer in General Merchandise, fey seven yearling Bteera nveraging 875 Goods Warranted and a PerfectFit Guaranteed. Give me pounds at 3c. Fine blue grass seed for salo. Ballard's OBELISK FOOT WEAR School FlOUr & n Kip, CalfandRubber Boots y, SBwmKj (s6 l, J. FLOHE1TCE, WINTER Stanford, . GOODS. call. Kentucky.) 1 Interior Journal SrANFOlU), Kv., Fi:ilUt'AKY 1, 1(J'" E. C. Walton, Husincss Manager PERSONAL POINTS. Mrs. Linda Haydkn returned to Loula villo yeeti'rday. Mu, W. T. yAUNDKiia la clorklnx fir Mr. Oiiaiileb H IIayokx ia convslcscint? from n moulli's illnma. Miea Katik Lkk Ykaokii, n Hoylo coun You should aeo Jeaso I). Wearen be- judging from present appearances it will of Misa Mary fore plaolriK your ty beauty, la tbo insurance. Ho has bo witli ua for some time, It haa been very cold ninco Monday, tho mercury ro Bruco. the best companies. ing down to 6 yesterday morning and Misa Urttik Ki.utciikii, of Danville, New lot of white kooiIh, linens and not getting very much warmer during lino been on n viait to her nielcr, Mm. hamburRB Just received. Como in and tho day. But tho sun shone bright on Frank WilkliiBOii. W. II. Shanks. A nun h tounb boIro with iinutimonifl, see them. our old Kentucky homes and the cold folt. The dispatch nthaud we aro ulad to report tbat ICIdor Joseph O.nk TiiofSANi) hushela of seed oala for was not much readu Warmer, fair Friday. Ballon, 1h nblo to eit up n Httlo. pale. You will save money by seeing Dii. l'HifK.Toin YnaKcratul Jack Kout mo before you buy. H. K. Wearen. Mr. Jamki Fiiyk, tho wide awako and additiona to tbo umall but aro tlio Utt-n- t progressive Hustonvillo dealer in generFaiimkiih, Attkntion. See Kirby nd select company of clean Bhavon . al merchandise, was hero Wednesday Mn. F. II. TwimvBU. nntl hla pretty Ret a policy from him. Kvery one and engaged Bpaco in thia paper for maalBter, Miss Ur.lo Twidwell. wero down means that amount will be paid ny months, to tell tiio people of the West Tueaday. They wero and not half. frjm HuBtonvllle, Kntl how low ho is Boiling goods for cash. In a double team sleigh and Bald they Mu. B. F. Hay1kn, of tho Walnut Flat Bead hla prices on our first pago and afcamo down in half an hour. section, had another girl to arrivo at his ter you recover from tho surprise at Mn. J. H. Hockkii, of Kanaaa City, be homo tho other night, which makes a their lowness, take your cash to him and inn in Cincinnati on biiHiniw, embraced round half dozen. get the benefit of them. Ho ia fair ond the opportunity to como over and spend pquaro and will do exactly what ho aayp. a nl'ht with his mother and brother. lie Bank Stock. J. II. BURhman bought ia looking well and procperoua. of Misses Maggie and Jennie Hooker 11 Tiik AdvocatuBayB that I'at Kano for An item ia roIiik the rounds of tho shares of stock in tho First National the murderof Silcox is thought to have preen that Mr. Harry McKobnrd?, of Stan Bank of Stanford at par. made out a stronger defense than he ford, i shortly to wed h beautiful liar presentbefore, and that tiiere will b CHURCH AFFAIRS. Si'Kakino 0. H.Terpany, deputy rodsburK tirl. Wo know no such man. 5 another hung jury or an acquittal. M commander, of tho K. 0. T. Rev. A. V Sizemoro will preach at Possibly, Mr. Harvey J. McKoberta ia A d.Miatch from Danville says that mennt. Wont eomebody llnd out and and Mrs. Cora M. Kvex, deputy suprome Com mi mwealth'fl Attorney J. S. Owaley, Louan'a Creek Sunday afternoon at 3 commander, of tho L. 0. T. M., will speak tell ua. Jr,( osed his speech at IMO yesterday o'clock. Hick Sweeney's meeting at. ParEld. Tiik Advocate focused ita kodak on our at Junction City, ThursJay night, Feby. afternoon and tho case was given to the . K. W. Smith and this ia the picturo it Oth, on tho buntflta of tho order. There jury, which had not reported up to the is lasted two weeks and brought 51 souls will u!b') he a musical entertainment. into the fold. KOt: Surveyor, telegraph operator, metime wu went to press. Tho Hev. Virgua Swope, a Baptist onulneer, etc., etc. Known n Ladiei especially invited. chanical i Tiik fast train South on tho Cincin preacher, was badly shot by Ed. Pulliom, tho "Silent Man." Never apeaka except To those who liku that kind of a show when hn ia Hpoken to, and then answers Humpty Dumpty would appear to be nati South was ditched by tho interlock- a lunatic, near Hawesville. ing aw itch at tho It., N. I. & B. crossing Tho trustees of Georgetown College Weaknrsi in monosyllables. the very kind of show they would like, fond of camping out on but delivur ns from such drtary monkey at Nicholaaville, which auspended traffic will build n $30,000 handsome now dorVery Don't forget the place. Spot Cash Corner, just below Competition for 10 hours. The man in tho tower had mitory for tho young women. Dick'a river in the winter time. Special Bates Brothers played in hard buflinws. just above inferior quality. of given tho othor road tho right of way Rev. R. M. Campbell, a grand-aodaniB that won't waBhaway. luck here. Tho storm wna bo furious will S. engineer failed to observe tbo great Alexander Campbell, and tho 0 that only a slim crowd attended. The the signal to stop. Fortunately no lives preach at Rowland next Sunday at 11 CITY AND ViniNITY. enturtninment aremed to please theboyp, lost, but it is only a question of o'clock. however, and no one regretted that he Wero Cank stick pins '25c at I)nnkn. Rev. R. It. Nool, of Garrard, was in time till a big accident will result from .. went. this Hying across tracks at Junction City our office Wednesday and remarked that Sitctaclus fitted atl)anki, tho Jewel- Eld. W. L. Williams sermon on sanctifi-cotio- n Noi.mai. School. Next Tuesday at and other points. er. was worth a year's subscription to White, a Crab Orchard College building, Frof. J. BoiiN, to the wife of Uiliert Nrw Jail. Our Liberty correspond- the iKTKniort Journal. .OF. W. Smith, will open a Normal School. bov. ent failed to Bend the first page of his The Church Temperance Society of Ho will bo aasisted by J. W. Anderson sent we gather New York sends out nightly a lunch wad Misa letter, but from those and Tina is February 1. Did you ever aee in appointed by the gon, which served G7.G00 10 cent meals Minnie Myers in vocal culturo and sight that tho committee time fly eo? court to Belect a model for tho jail, con- last year. Tho profit of $1,100 will be singing and Miss Leah W. Steger, in the Fon fire Insurance on country proper primary department. The rates aro very sisting of J mine, Win. M. Myers, F. P. used to start a cheap and Q. 0. Godbey, reported in ty see Jeoso I). Wearen. loar and ought to bo taken ndvantago of Combest o NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. It was or- favor of tho Columbia jail Tiik I'xlnRton Steam laundry does by those desiring to prepare for teaching derod by tho court ihat McDonald Bros., a work. JeMtu D. Wearen, ArL or to equip themselves fully for tho prac of Louisville, bo employed aa tho archiHome Made Breeching, Blind Bridles, &c. tical alfairs of life. MAPLE SYRUP. "Si Leave write tects and a committee was appointed to to C. I... Carter, Htdgeville, Ky. Is a month past duo. Youn account 9 Tiik now law governing fiscal courts correspond with builders, Ac. Come and settle it. G. L. Penny, execumakes it their duty to publish annually tor. e department at WashThe in a newspaper published in the county, ington rejected tho petition gotten up by Sta Physician and Surgeon, if tliero is no paper so Lost. Ijirj;tt plain gold ring in or in hand-bill- s Mr. K. O. Singleton, In which 40 of tho ford or McKinney. Liberal reward. M. published, statement showing tho fiuan-clTumorsvillo neighof F. Klkin. condition of tho county, which state- leading citizens tho for tho establishment of a borhood asked I am now agent for tho BlucGrass ment shall include a list of the claim Office in Drick Iluildirg near Methodlit church, becauBO it is within three residence with Eld. Joieph Ilillou, cm Danville amounts thereof allowed against Laundry and oolicit your.'patronnse. W. and 83 miles of McKinney. This does not fleem Pike, until further notice. tho county during tho preceding year, H. Shanks. to bo a good roason, ainco there oro and to whom allowid, and tho nnmes of ! nt Junction and Shelby CitTiik band, Dr. W. B. Fenny, manager, all persons returned by the Sheriffon ids half mile apart, ond nt Ins engaged George F. LUH, graduato of roturn of tax warrants and the amounts ies, not over a My stock of Millinery and Notions it kept conlesa than stantly complete by wrckly purchaici and jou the Onio School of Music, as teacher. diM from each for the preceding year, Milledgevillo nnd Moreland. matter will bo fur. can nlwari find whit you want I Invite jou to with such other information as it may that Ui8tan:e. Tho ther urged through Gov. McCreary, who call and Inspect olnan nn onr business and if deem proper to have published. Wu imiibi MISS LICCIE nEAZLEY, knows personally how largo a number you don't pay ns, wo will bo compelled Stanford, Kv. olllce would accommodate. Millku HorsK Si'ooxh. Marshal O. J. such an to tako.other steps to collect tho money. II. II. KINO. G. It. PHI ITT. Newland, accompanied by Marshal W. Yeager k Yeager. Soso IUciTAi.. Thoso who oro moved to A. Arnold, of Lancaster, went down oud Dealers in KING & Jr you liavo a good time picco it ought Hedgeville, Tuesday afternoon, nml with a concord of sweet sounds, repaired by on expert workman. searched the house of John Brown, col- thofo who are not shouldn't be trusted, to be CeDig Line of Tako it to Deckelmann, at Benny's Drug ored. Brow n's w ifo is n rolativo of Hen will learn with delight that Madam cilia Epponhouser B.iiley, fitly deecribed ' and Jewelry Store. ry Rddick, the negro charged witli burn COST. as tho "Southern Nightengale," will give OVERCOATS of Keys" will bo given at ing tho Mitier House nt Lancaster, ond a song recital at Walton's Opera House We are Agents for "A Bi'.sTit thought that Ruddick the Danvillo Opera House, Feb. 1th, and these geutlomen on tho evening of February 12. Slio is OLIVER : CHILLED : PLOWS, hail probably stored somo of tho valua-bit- s it will bo tho tonlest event of tho season. not only brilliant in opera, concert and he got out of tho hotel thero. They oratorio soprano, but ia on accomplished placo tell ua they And hae a Several couples of thia wero right, for hardly had they begun will go. pianist, actress ond linguist. Her cos- Full Line of General Merchandise, They beat the world. their b( arch, when a spoon with "Miller tumed numbers aro marvels of beauty 200 House," Btampod on L. Oaiitkh has already made it was found. They and completeness. Madnmo Bailey is a At lower prices than ever. All for Cash. Call 0. and see us. pounds of maplo Biigar and many gallons continued to find knives, forks and KING & PRUITT, want tho pure and spoons until somo 15 or 20 wore secured. relative of tho Bailoys and Shanks aud she Moreland, Kv. of inolasses. II you was induced to visit ua by Misa Anno of Brown claims that unadulterated article read bis ad. and A GEO. B. COOPER. ShankBand tho Opera Houso manager. JAS. H VKAGEtt. buy from him. her uncle Henry Reddick gave them to Which is under their management, is headquarters for the traveling a Tiik sleighing has been unusuolly fine, public and is one of the best hotels in the State. : a colored woman. her. Tho Bllverwaro had been burned Maktha Kksnkiiy, to tes- little, and tho girl stated that Reddick but it has not been indulged in oven by wob taken from hero to Lancaster Proprietors of. had found them after tho fire. THE HERD OK its moat faithful devotee, to n great extify that she heard Henry Reddlck say Terhapa tho boys are beeinning to tent. "ho didn't like them folks nohow and Fifty Ykahs. That is a long timo for ogreo with us that tho pleasures of sleigh wished they would got burned up." STANFORD, KY. husband ami wife to live together, and riding aro to a larger extent imaginary. Having bought of P. V. Green his Ltvcrv busnot over ono in many thousand couples R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, iness and added row buggies and lionet, we arc Tiik Odd Fellows finding that tho oth- do so. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hail at- You maj say we are pessimistic, prepared to furnish Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Call ua namea of every kind, or orders could procuro somo other tained that distinction Tuesday, when FIRST-CLAS- S But wo are euro the fun of sleighing TURNOUTS p'aco for their meetings have reconsider they celebrated their golden wedding in Ia altogether in your mind. f On short notice. The traveling public will find s'ifon th) best types of Registerd od their reaolution not to rent their hall n sumptuous dinner, at which wero gathus always ready and willing to lurnish Drum- StocV. Ureeders secured from the best herds In several dlflerent;States. Correspondence Solicited. Without tho girl accompaniment, of affairB single or double, or Carrimers' Wagons, to them, so tho present state ered children, grandchil Iron and friends Pray who'd sit in a sleigh nnd shiver, ages of all kindscither at verr LOW TRICES. The will continue spread and congratulate tho With tho mercury away down out of boys in and around town will also find us the pco to onjoy tho pie to deal with. Stop with us when in town at BIL'llt. courts and entertainments and your horse and vu Clerk James F. happy couple, who havo demonstrated CiiANaB.-Cou- nty 'GreraTffl?EKreL PT5W&' A Refrigerating his very liver? hide will be well cared for. James P. so fully that marriage is not a failure. YKAGER & COOPKR has relieved Mr. Cummins Tho pleasanteat timo for sleighing, Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky Sy Fifty yonrs ago, at tho ago of 21 and 15 Goode, of Hustonville, of his duties as I think you will hardly deny West End, and ap- respectively, John M. Hail and Misa morning of Is early on tho deputy clerk in the fcMtAif'St ' wvLafl AaniHfiiifl 'jj M.S. IlAlGIIMiN. I. W. Kai'Giimas Sells the Gemuine Hail, second couslua, woro mado The 4th day of July. pointed Mr. Stevo G. Dryo, n republican, ono at Somerset, and tholr lives have in his stead. proved MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. to That marriage, rightly understood, Mb. M. F. Klkin osks us to say that rROPRIKTOKS- Samuel Tloonor, a Barren county City, is Gives to the tender and tho good, Mr. J. F. Hocker, of Junction merchant, boa been held in $100 bond to A Paradise below. a SALE duo much of tho credit for getting up lodgo To them eleven children .wore born, answer for atealing kiasea from his wife's lodge at McKiuney. Tho Maccabeo night with 21 seven of whom are living, Mrs. Woodie pretty cousin. was orgauized Monday Kontucky. Mrs. Ida Carroll, oged OS, who died Kennedy was elect- Halo, Mrs. J. G. Lynn, Mrs. Goorgo S. rnembors. Mr. E. D. THE IMPERIAL STEEL LEVER HARROW. in Tishomingo, I. T. had Carpenter, Mrs. Joo F. Wators, Mrs. T. tho othor day presiding officer. II you need livery give us a call. Nothing but ed commander-t- he Bntlili. ittitkri ts mci a Sll ' U" 8ir, of been married eight times and was tho :.r. tri i turnouts will leave our stable. See us F. Spink, W. A. and It. G. Hail, all sport&tlos (or rates. In our piM irtHRa. l minus Iraa Cbat of 20 children. Ask which carried tho horses Dr. whom show that thoy woro rnised in tho mother Tiik car B 3IVJI ... r. run... t 8"lty String Ourtt!, The best Plow on the market. Miss Minnio McDonnld, of Coving-toHARNESS SHOP Uirtir..;H. Carpenter bought for Dr. Joseph nurture and admonition of tho Lord. Tcp. JL tot ,. i 1 term i J. G. r..a.rii your neighbor who runs one and has been Bent to the asylum as tho You will find a good assortment of Ilamcsi, a very Thero are 11 grandchildren, somo of Price to Philadelphia, contained Saddles, Ac. Have repairing dono of her lover failing to appear on our man, he understands yourbusiness. We haveby will have no other. Come and Carpenter whom are married. Mr. and Mrs. Hail result his a fino harness mare, which Drs. mechanic in our day tho marriage vsas set for. Wes-leare in oxcellont health and bid fair to tho get prices and see the Plow before of this place, Itnmsey, of London, Tho Harrodsburg Saylnfcs says thnt BLACKSMITH SHOP. Brown, of Mt. Vernon, and colebrato their diamond wedding, and of Coioy, buying. may wo join their many friends Col. and Mrs. Ben 0. Allin celebrated Will guarantee work and satisfactory THI BUCHf.lt A CIBBS PLOW COMPANY,... Canton, Ohio. Perkins, of Bee Lick, sent as a present that thoy (.IW.llMM. MUM Im. HII....W ". ."!. , of their tnarriago prices. T:y our horse shoer. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. the Crtth anniversary in hoping. to Dr. Price's wife. ui-a-t g, J. 1). lupins. ls8 AMcoIUrdln, of Crab Orchard, was declared iimno by a jury hero rout. Apply to W. Tuesday, and ordered to tho asylum. She P. Walton. is a daughter of .Mr. Sim Hardin nml is A tew Improved hronz'i KobhlcrH (or about 15 years 'of ago. Bile. J. llriulit. Without Bail. K. C. Gaines telePosition wanted by lady BtenoKraphor graphed ua from LtncMter at II o'clock r. and Aildresa thia olllco. yesterday that Judge Buruiide decided to hold Henry KsiUick, for the burning SitKD onta for Bile. Address J. T. of tho Miller iIoihh, till tho March cir- JoniP, Stanford, or W. H. Jones, More- cult court, without bail, thereby showing laud. that a very conclusive case was madp out I'i.kabk o.ill and flottlo your account. against him. Mr. Louis Lindrum also I need tho money to run my businefa. telegraphed us to the same effect. M. F. Klkin. Tiik snow stopped at eight inches and H.i).-.M- SntiiMso lock Irniv1i-- ut Danka. A oooi) olUou for type-write- Monday. Ho Iibb been county clerk for many yoara an 1 is 87 years old, while hla wife in 81. Mrs. Katio B. Cohen, widow of George Cohen, County Attorney of Anderson county, and Thomas W. Cook, a young law student of Nicholaaville, wero married in tho county clerk's office at Versailles, by Uov.J. B. McGinn. Mre. Cjlicn ia quite haudsomo and ia prom- .Our Stock of... Drugs, : Books, : Paint s And Oils is 'ir- - i inent in 31 ... ed eociety. She ia years of ago, while tho bridpgroom is a youth of 21. The old couplnt which siys that when tho heart is worm, ico and enow An'd prices the very Lowest, quality considered. We can save you can do no harm, waa again proved truo money on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Come in and see. yesterday. Witli tho mercury hovering around zaro and tho snow nearly a foot deep, Mr. Howard Williamp, of Waynes-burgot up at the ungoJIy hour of 3:30 yesterday morning and rode miles to Stanford for license to marry Misa Williams, a bonnio lassie of 18. He saj-he didn't Buffer, which proveB that cold, like many of the other ills of life, is sometimes imaginary. Dr. I. B. Oldham, of Madison, ond Miss Mary, tho handsome daughter o The ship of prosperity you have been looking for so long, has come. Elder A. 0. Newland, wero married at You must not fail to get your portion. The name of the ship is the bride's homo-ithe Kist End, at 5 o'clock Wednesday morning, the father "Economy" and it plies between Low Prices and Prosperity. Get on of tho brfdo officiating. Dr. Oldham is at our low price Cash Harbor and you will miss all the high waves of a prominent young physician, and is a Don't let this ship make anbrother-in-laof Ex Gov. Eagle, of Ar- extortion and storms of indebtedness. To day is the best time to start, time saved kansas, whilo his bride is an excellent other trip without you. young lady, and in every way fitted to is money made. make him a loving helpmeet. After an elegant breakfast the happy pair drovo to Rowland and took the K. C. for their futuro homo. LARGE WELL SELECTED. G.L. PENNY, Exr. 20-od- d Al-do- ra TOUR SHIP HAS ARRIVED ! n w 1 o Severance & Son Dry Goods, Carpets, ClRar-ette- s. Shoes. dltiK n hi NEW STOCK Hhort-han- typo-writin- g, coffee-hous- e. m Collars, Hames, Trace Chains, flret-clas- post-ofiic- J. S. BALLOTJ, M, Stanford, D., ' ol . Kentucky. Clover, Timothy Seed Oats, Plows, &e. post-ofiic- e, post-offic- es TO THE LADIES HIGGINS & McKINNEY. Farris & Hardin CANDIES, NUTS AND FRUITS PRUITT, AT Cliinaware, Glassware, Onyx Tables, Lamps, Water Sets, step-daught- er The St. Asaph Hotel, BLUE-G1IASS Yeager : & Cooper, Livery and Feed Stable, Duroc Jersey Red Swine HVHsSm, B.K. WEAREN Mo-licci- o M.S.&J.W.Baughman, rK. LIVERY, FEED & STABLE. Stanford, first-class Gibbs' Imperial AH Plows, n, ll 1 llri-dle- s, y first-clas- s .- rVs&Krimw ' ' r,qfTf? v" T"". "" Mmidt asy ,w nt- - r "Wf ,-- -i- - K,. -- i --Tt" -- , - V(5r-W- "V "H-"t,'"- . "' "I Semi-Week- ly Interior Journp AT AN AGGRAVATING DEER. A Big Buck with a PnBslon for Published Every Tuesday and Friday Prftotlcal Uokoa. 83 3?JffiR YKiVBIN AD VVNOMJ will be charged." sWWhon not so paid 32.SO Iti Fun K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at $:ao p. m. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. No. 44, Train going North " " No. 2U, " South No. 35, " 36, Jllrd Hunters Against Hears anil Wild Cats A Story Full of Dry Humor One Man'f Asltcnture. In Steering flve-pronrj - ta Jfo " " " it ....313 am rajpiu 51 p ro 37 p m QUEEN & CRESCENT. No. Trains past Junction City at follows: No a North t South f ' 4 " a. 15 am ...1.30 pm 3 " 5 ' ...3.13 am 11.30pm " 6 ' . .0 00 " 9 " 840pm " 10 1 1 , f Do not Stop A hg buck Is tearing ami prancing about in the woods around the headwaters of Indian Run, Va., and from nil accounts is acting in such an aggravating manner that unless some ouo kills it before long half of tho folks over in thnt county will bo afraid to go out hunting. Already three persons have been all but scared into fits by It, und others who had intended to go out and try their luck on the trail of the eccentric deer havo hung up their guns and said they would flhsolafety JPure SUSS A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. on one Bide of his farm. Tho rye was One day up two or three Inches. Farmer linker walked over to take a look at the rye, and there stood a tremendous big buck, cropping tho rye us complacently as a cow eating grass In pasture. Farmer llaker yelled at the buck and expected to see it bound back into the woods, scared half to death; but It didn't The trespassing deer simply raised its head, took an Impudent look at the farmer and resumed its feasting on the young discover the big buck The first-tand Its aggravating nature was Fanner Joseph ISahcr. Fanner Uaker has a field of rye near tho edge of the woods o wait hunter, his boot came oil, nnd tho bear tumbled back, lint bruin was nimble and was up nnd had Jackson by one leg of his trousers beforo ho had moved upward a foot Tho trousers were stout, ioned hickory and hold firm in tho bear's teeth. Jackson couldn't more an inch. To get moro advantage tho bear seized the other leg with a paw. It yanked nnd yanked, and Jackson saw but one way to save himself from being pulled back to a tussle with tho benr. Holding to tho tree with ono arm ho quickly unbuttoned his suspenders. At tho next yank tho bear gavo it btripped Jackson's trousers from him ns the skin is taken off an eel nnd tumbled backward on the ground. When tho bear go. up Jackson had caught tho branches ami pulled himself out of reach. Ab ho was settling himself in the tree something entered his lino of vision that came near tumbling him to tho ground, It startled him so. On n llttlo knoll, not ten yards away, stood tho big and aggravating buck, its lioad high in tho air, looking on at tho llvoly circus tho bear nnd the hunter had been having, "and look in' tickled half to death, too," Jackson said, afterold-fas- h hand-to-han- d -- Thormaml'Ur. "What Is it that keeps you busy writing bo Into in your study every night?" asked Mrs. Yerger of her husband. "I am writing tho history of my llfo." "I suppose you mention mo in It." "Oh, yes; I call you tho sunshlno of my existence." "Do I really throw so much sunshlno into your dnily llfo?" "I refer to 3011 as tho sunshlno of my cxistonco becnuso you tuako it hot for me." A riso In the thermometer occurred immediately after tho foregoing conversation. Alex Sweet, in Texas Sittings. A IHslna; WnRon.'nearly new. Faitbanks Scales that draw 4,000 Thoe wNliInK to purchase will please call on me at Stanford. John S. lllcdioc 1? Vr D OALL, rUl CAT lbs. OneJ-hns- e MONUMENTS- GHANlTFaiid 3IAUULK. J. KARINS & or rent. They arc on MjIii Sirsit, In the principal Mrs M.J. MILLER, Stanford. block. 75 ST OR rfROOMS. K A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DEN'IIS) OfT.ce CO., Owtley Uuildluc ortr McRobtits Drug .Storo in the tn Stanford. lluilders from original de.igns and best material and workmanship OlllCP 319 Third Slicet, Louisville, Ky. aru and Work Shops, M intpellicr, Veimont anil Carrara. Italy. Lone espcrleucej oriental designs; satiifaction go guaranteed -- To Tho Xisidios I w n josks j t jon 1:1, sti It 1 said tho gentleman behind tho girl with tho mammoth headgear. "I won't see my $1.50 wortli of tho show if you "Will n Ample Compensation. kindly take off your hat?" At my store you will fiod one ol the finest stocks of Millinery and Embroidery Material ever brought to Stanford. Iliave paid cash fur my goods and sell them for caih, 10 low that you wilt to forced to buy Irom inc. An examination will convince you and you ate invited to make it MRS. A. A McKINNEV. eJOITJSS BROS., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. K00 Sole Painl 47-1- don't" "No, sir," replied tUo girl,- amiably, as she turned nround nnd smiled serenely upon him. "You may bo deprived of a show worth f 1.50, but plcaso to remember you nre permitted to see n hat worth ?35." Chicago Record. - TO THE LA33IES. desire to call your alteutlon lo the fact that I am ready toseive you In Dims Making til any aud all stales. I lake the beit fjililort Journals and keed posted on what ladies should wear. Come in andUe me a trial, 1'ricrs reasonable I employ none but firtt class help Respccllully, MISSMAKY I) bMITH, Stanford, Ky jj 6m 1 Dean's Ulack Diaaond llsllmairs fyrmsned for painUnjt Wood, Mual ami lion Roofs. Satisfaction Guaranteed. All tools painted with Dean's Ulack Diamond Paint Riiaranleed fur ) ears Dealers In bed cistern Pumps and Ualvamscd Iron tilltis. THE RILEY V, U. UIL.KY, HOUSE Kontucky. FRANK RILEY, l'roprlotor, A Lullaby rye. Latest United States ceited neckl" Government Food Report. Farmer Daker climbed the fence, toward the POWDER 00., picked up a stone and raneating and EOYAL BAKING buck. The buck quit gazed at the advancing farmer in sur106 Wall Street, New York. & 1 1 'Why, liggerblow your Impudence," aid the farmer. "I'll twist your con- xv tf3. ypM-- ..For a.. Befreshing Bath, Hot or Gold, A stylish Hair Trimjor Clean Shave, go to CJook & IParmor's Barbor Shop. KYtiaH.V m .FirA Tft I Pf" ZsaBaBasBaH CAN I OnTAIN A TATENT f For a prompt answer and an honest opinion, verlte to I U N N !: CO., who have had nearly Of ty j cars' experience In the patont business. Communications strictly confidential. A Handbook of concerning I'nlenla and how to obtain them sent free. Also a catalogue of mecLan-teand scientino books sent free. 1'atents taken through Munn & Co. receive vpcclal notice In the HclentlSc Amerlenn. and withthus aro brought widely before the publlopaper. out cost to the Inventor. This splendid Issued weekly, elegantly Illustrated, has by far the largest circulation of any scientific work In the noiIU. S3 a year, fcnmple copies sent free Building Edition, monthly. fiOa year. Slngto tonles, 'iil cent. Kvery number contain beau-itlfplates. In colors, and photographs of new bouses, wltb plans, enabling builders to sbow the latest designs and secure contracts. Address & COyoiiK. al ul COPYRIGHTS. .MUNN - Nkw 301 BboadwAT. John B. Cattleman. A. G. Lanbars ROYAL Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE &CASTLEMAjN MANAGERS, Co amorce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. W. . TBIBBLE, Local STANFORD, KY. Atfc-nt- , 'SanJFrancisco. JL Portland World's Fair Record. CHICAGO -- VIA- -- t (yiqusviitt ii! FTJIiLMlAHSAND ONLY LINK FROM LOUISVILLE WRI I E; TO . B..H BACON, D. P. A Ky. P. J ItEED.G. P.A Chicago, III Louisvi'le, !' 5 tKiCAsojhJiy- - PAELOR OARS. RUMNINC - DINING - CARS. St. Paul. .IF VOU ARE GOING R Denver. OBTH THE WEST, Louisville 4 Nashvii ic R. R. J Is the line for you, as its Dally Trains Double close connections at Make fcOXnaVILLE And CINCINNATI of For any information JOES. HICK. Aeent, aimuui ,0,W.A.McQUOVN Triv, Pass. Agent, unction City KT OVa&Fl& For all points. THROUGH ij prise. Then the hairs on his neck rose up. lie laid his ears back, and came forward in so decided a way to meet Fanner llaker that the latter turned and hurried back toward the fence. If he had been one second later ho would have been helped over it by the buck's horns. The farmer believes that the deer would havo come on over the fence after him if it hadn't happened that Friend Jackson and Phil Sourbccr were coming along the road just then, on their way to the woods after par tridge. The buck evidently did not like the looks of their guns and the little yellow dog they had with them, for ho retreated speedily and disappeared in the woods. "Well," said Farmer Baker. "If it's got so that deer can come und drive a man out of his own rye fields seems to me it's time to call out the military." But Friend Jackson said that ho guessed ho and Phil Sourbccr would be about all tho military it was necessary to call out to suppress that im pudent buck, and they and the llttlo dog cut across the rye field and entered the woods to follow up tho big game. Tho little yellow dog wasn't broken for deer, but ho knew that the deer must bo something he ought to run down, and he took the fresh track and went away on it, barking and yelping at every jump. "You make a run for the creek, Phil," said Jackson. "Like as not tho deer will hustle for water soon as he hears Helix on his track, and you'll stand a chance of getting a shot at him." The creek was a mile away and Phil started on the double quick to get there. Jackson went after tho dog. lla followed the dog two miles, and then came up with him. Tho dog was circling around in the brush, half crazy, for tho cunning deer had thrown him off the scent somohow. If Jack-so- n had been a good deer hunter he would havo known that the buck had stopped in his tracks, taken n tremendous leap to one side or tho other, run back in the direction he had come and was probably even then gazing from in tho bushes at the his hiding-plac- e frantic efforts of the hunter and dog to find tho lost trail. After circling around for a quarter of an hour without recovering the deer's trail, Jackson took his dog arid went on, hoping to strike the trail somewhere ahead. They had gono a couple of hundred yards when they Btarted a bear from its hiding place beneath the roots of a fallen tree. Tho (bearhadno idea of tarrying in that locality and was niukiug off diagonally across an open space toward a patch of laurel. But Jackson was not content to havo it that wuy, and he banged away at tho bear. Not until that moment had it occurred to Jackson that, having started out to kill partridges, he was not loaded for either deer or bear. But his dog hardly capable of knowing that important fact, and when the gun cracked ho thought that nil ho had to do was to go and fetch in the game, and he started at once .to get tho bear. It would be difficult to calculate how many pat tridges Jackson might have killed that day, judging .his skill as a marksman by the bhoot ho made nt the bear. A man who shots to kill a bear would naturally not aim nt its feet Yet this bear got tho charge from Jackson's gun squaro in one oi its fore foot Tho bear iustnutly laid itself down, howling with pain, and began to lick and buck ttio wounded part The recollection thnt he had nothing but bird shot disconcerted and scared Jackson so that all lie could do, he says, was to stand still and stare nt the howling bear. But Helix soon changed tho situation. He made his rush for the bear where it lay nursing it. bleeding paw, but before he got quite to it tho Lieut dropped its paw, roso up with fire in its eyes, and trampling over the dogns if he were less than a chipmunk in its way, made straight for Jackson. The surprised and bruised Belix went yelping away and was seeu no more. The bear moved on only three feet, but it moved so fast that Lcforo Jacksou could get out of Its reach up tho tree he was doing his best to climb, it hail him by the herds. Jackson tugged tc get nwny, ami tho bear tugged to pull Jackson Jjack Fortunately for the J "I don't s'pose you got any kind of an idee how a feller feels up a tree on a frosty day without any trousers on," Jackson went on, "with n durn nggra-vati- n deer starin' at you nn' nctunlly lookin' ns if he could hardly keep from bustin' right out nn'a big bear standin' under you, holdiu' the trousers ho skinned off o' you, an' kind o' lookin' ns if ho didn't know whether to git skecrt an run, or git madder nu' climb tho trco and skin you come more. I don't s'pose you have any kind of an idee how a feller feels in a fix like thnt, but he don't feel as if he was settin' by his fireside cutin' crullers an' drinkin' elder!" From what friend Jnckson has to say about the matter tho bear must have been so surprised nt the strange escape of the hunter that tho more it pondered over the matter the uncasicr it became. After looking from tho trousers up at Jackson nnd from Jnckson down at tho trousers, two or three times, the bear turned abruptly and limped nwny as fast as he could, disappearing in tho brush off in tho direction of tho creek. Tho buck still remained on the knoll, a spectator. "Jist you wait there till I climb down outo' tills tree an' git my trousers on!" bald Jack ion. "Then I'll 'tend to your mutton." Jackson was half way down the tree, when, with an ugly snort and every bristle erect, the buck camo prancing from tho knoll toward him. "A toy monkey," snys Jackson, "couldn't a clim his stick quicker'u I got back luto thnt tree!" But that little piece of fun with Jackson seemed to satify the buck, and, after looking at him for a moment where lie perched shivering on a limb, the deer bounded away In the same direction tho bear had gone. Jackson waited a good while before he ventured to the ground, though, for lie wasn't sure but tho aggravating and eccentric buck was onhy hiding near by, waiting for p. chance to pounco upon him nnd make n lot more trouble for him. But the buck wasn't Jackson replaced his trousers and the boot the bear had stripped from him, and Bat down to think the matter over. "That unprecedented buck has gono straight for the creek," he said, "and now if Phil Sourboer is any good he'll lay low and boro a hole clear through him with both bar'ls an' we'll lug tho aggravatin' cuss home rojoicin'." By and by Jackson started over toward the creek to see how Phil was making out He had gone a half mile or so, when ho met Phil. "Did you plug him, Phil?" Bald Jackson. "Hullo! What makes you so wet? Did you havo to rassel liim in tho creek?" Phil was dripping wet from head to ward. And papa's como to htny, Liko lior to sltifi Ms clrllo Into sleep " My rnnmma's eono nwny, l'lillurr. sleep-sle- ep: J. B. HIGGINS, ........ London, 1 - 10 my - I'll quickly runko bollovo I slumber, and deceive, For then tho nolso ho'll stop nnd sllcnco keep keep Iteop." Judge. t)Jer! (icpared than ever 77 n new Hotel .and am butter the public. ood Livery attached and every conseniencs Give ins a call. have moved to accommodate All Kinds Stanford, A of Coal. Ky. not so wovDnnrcL as hi: thinks. Treat Fox Miss Moore will arrive lit, thing that is new and nobby In the w.r of The I.adicH. Hustonvlllo, with everyOctober At the well-know- n old stand ol J. 11. Green in - - Kentucky. Has Jult received a beautiful line of l'leaie call and examine my slock before buy itig My pticcs shall bo the lowes . Thanking you for pait fators, respectfully, KAIL 1)1, DDLRAR, Manager. Surreys, Phaetons, BugicB,.&c. Furnituro and Stoves. line of Stnice blovcs Step In and see a Genuine Oliver Chlllru Plows Krnklns Chairs and furniture. ever befure. Cheaper itati LI. ery Stable and tllaUirMlh Shop lor Kent Tho Myers House, ;.!'. VV. GHKKN, Proprietor. : FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. Stanford, : : Kontucky. I am still running this wrllknown Hotel and will continue tr give my gurmt the politest alien-- as well as th best the market atfutdi. Capital 3tock Surplus - 8200,000 21,300 Husband (with dcsir to say something pleasant) Do you know, kitten, I could recognizo you from your btylo anywhere? Kitten I should think you could, seeing thnt 3011 have let mo wear this same old stj'le for two years. Judge- An Unpmlmmbln Offrnsr. Friend Aren't you rcnll3' afraid of that handsome rival of 3ours? "Yes." "A great favorite with the ladies." "I know it." "Yet 3'ou havo no fear?" "No. Ho guessed at her age once, nnd got her only two 3enrs younger than sho is." N. V. Weekly. Smnrtchup Not n "Ho is very rich." bit The Youiie Atrnjrrr. IIo was a pretty llttlo youngstcr.wlth little fnt legs that stuck out beneath clothes. clean, "What arc you going to do when 3ou Frankfort, grow up to bo a man?" asked a visitor. The llttlo fellow's face assumed an expression of earnest gravity as he responded with a voleo which was shaken by sad memories of tho TRAINS KAST. post: "Whip papa." A stiff-starche- d ovl-dent- ly Attention of the public is invited 10 In fat ihal this It Ihn'ouijr National llaak in Stanford Under the provisions of the National llauk Act Jcpositnrs are secured not onlv by the capital liability lor M stock, but bv the stockholder, imount equal lo the slock, so mat depositors Ol arc secured by a fund of this institution Five sworn statements of tlm condition of the bank are made each yesrio the United States (overa-tue- nt and Its assets are eaamlncd al staled times IIKST LINE TO THE NORTH AND EAST. jy ruvernment struts, thus sxatiur. addiuiai.a indpcrfecl safety tn depositors. All lines irom tho South mak direct coiincc This institution, originally established as the lions in Central Unl in Station, Cincinnati, with Deposit Hank of Stanlordin 1I3S, then through trains ol the"Hltt Koui" to 0hic0. St ica as the National Hank ot Stanford in 1S6) and Louis, Indianapolis, Columui, Cleveland New scam re organised as the First National Hank ol York and llotton For lull infoiirutlon call on Manturd In iW, has had practically au uninteror address nearest rupted rsisteuceof u yeats ll Is Utter supplied aow with lacilities for transacting business prwupl d IIo sure your ticket read tia "Hir Four." !y and liberally than ever before in its lone aonorable career. Accounts of corporations, D II. M Alt! I.V, E. O McCOHMALK, eolic-te- d firm; aud Individuals respectfully Pass. Irathi. Mangr. Grn Pass and Tkt. Aft. Cincinnati, O. Directory of this Hank is composed ol The Forest u Reid, Lincoln county ; S. T Harris, Lincoln; j II. Collier, Lincoln; J, V. II sydoo, Stanford; Only Direct Line between S.H. Ilaughnian, Lincoln; J S. Hocker Stanford; W A. Trlbble, Stanford; Shortest and quickest between M. D. FJtnore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. Georgetown nnd Pnrle, K. L, Tanner, McKinney; Muysvillo, Oynthlnnn, .Oarlislo, M.J .Miller, ML. Vernon' Falmouth and Covington. J S Hocker, President; Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains Joha J, McRobcrta, Cashier; run by Central Standard Time. A. A. McKiny, Atsntant Cashier. TUuATabl.) Dec. jo, 1(94. Special Attention to the Traveling Public. Big : Four : Route, $vs. ftdu-:ian- Ky. Midland R'y, Ciiieliinatl and Frankfort No. Tit-Bit- s. Feminine "It's a great mistake," said a philosopher, "for a poor man to go into politics unless he is sure ho can tnnko a living at it." "That's very true," replied tho philosopher's wife, "but itbccms to mo that a man who could make a living ntJ politics could get rich doing most else." Detroit Free Press. g anj--thin- SKclty. Lve Frankfort 700 " Rlkbcrn ....... 711 " Stamping Uround 7 iS Arr. a. m, 1. " " Georgetown..!),., CS. Depot ..C Paris 7 47 7 55 s 30 No 3. No s Nu. 7 p. tn. a. m. p. ro 8 jo s yt 415 S jj 140 440 313 300 930 19 1000 543 j 3 jo 1005 333 4 farmers Rank&Trnst Paid up Capital of Surplus, . Co 30 OT STANFORD, KY., Isnowlully orjsmred and ready for business with TRAINS WKST. No. s. No. 4. Lve Paris ....C .... ,94$ " C. S. Depot... ..1037 " Georgetown 1040 " Stamp's Uround 1059 " Klkhoin .iiiCi am p m. 3 J" 643 703 No. a. m 9 No. 8. s 1 $200,000. 2CO0O. Too Much Curiosity. foot First Colored Gent Dat's n mlty flno nothln'," said he. "Say, 'Rassel pa'r oh pants you lias on. Whnr did r Hain't safe to hunt that buck." cost ho mix up with? Bear?" "Benr an' wildcats!" said Phil. was settin' behind a tree over on tho banks o' the creek, waitin' fer him to come along so's 1 could plug him, when suddenly I heard a noise behind me. I looked around un' there comu a bear outo' tho brush, walkin' on three feet an' lookin' worried. " 'Ding yer,' says I, 'I'll stop your worryinT I hauled up an gave him ono bar'l right in tho face, but bird Bhot never was worth nothiu', 1 don't suppose, to knock over boar with, an' this ono jist blinked nn' winked a little an' limped back into tho bushes an' out o' sight. I got a thinking what a muss I raowt a got in n peggin' away nt a bear witli bird Bhot, an' the more I thought of it tho more I could sec the danger there was in hunlin' that consumed buck, an' durned if I didn't get to fcolln' skeery. I kinder laid back to stiddy up my nerves a little, when right above me, layin' on a limb of the tree I was settin' by, was a slnmrain' big wildcntl It was lookin' straight down at mo an' gettin' ready to jump. "There wasn't no use o' me layin' there an' lettin' the catamount jump on me nnd claw mo without doin' nothin', so I banged t'other bar'l at this new danger the ng';ravatin' buck had run me agin. The wildcat gave a yell an' a jump, but he jumped clean over mo an' brolco for tho Then my nerve-- was all woodt gono an' I laid back wenkcr'n a sick cat When I como to I thought a big rain had come on. I ris up. mi' was it rainin' on mo? Wuss than that! That tarnal buck had come along an, wusbtaudin' in the middle o' the creek kick in' water on to mo ns if it was comln' out o' pumps! Thnt buck'll bo the death o' somebody yit, mind if it , right," replied Jnckson. "What did "Durned if I don't think you're yer? get 'em, and what dc3' "Hull, (ley mout cost mo two years in de plcnopotcnshinry ef I tolo yer," replied colored gent No. 2. Tammnny "I Times. Chappie Tho funniest thing happened to mo last night I was held up by a highwtt3'inan. Chollie I don't see nnythhig funny in that Chappie But I had just been to tho church bazar before ho did it. Judge. Must Take Tlielr dinners. lint! Alrendy llcen Cleaned Out. "What do you think of these eggs?" whispered the lean man. "Those eggs," responded tho fat boarder, whose occupation was that of advertising clerk in a newspaper office, "nra loo lute to cl a sfii3'." Chicago Tribune. Father daughter will get nothing from mo til Sutwricd. You must know, sir, 11 ji 343 617 03 iUCCKSSOU to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL 7 so 645 140 HANK OF STANrOKD, s 00 Arr Frankftrt...A 733 1130 713 Leave Frankfort 8:30a.m.; arrive at Leimgton Now closing up) with the same assets and undai inn same management. 10:43 a ro. Ily provisions of its chatter, depositors are as arrive Cincinnati at Leave Frankfort fully protected as ate depositors in National 10 ao a in. Lcavo Frankfort 1:30 p. m. ; arrive Cincinnati Uanks, its shareholders being held Individually lianle to thu extent of the amount of iheir stock 815 p. m. SUNDAY TRAINS. value thereol, In addition lo tut therein at the shares. It imount acta West Leavo Georgetown 10:37 A. M.J arrive executor,invested In such trustee, Ac,mayfully as as administrator, at Frankfort 11.30 A. M. M J arrive at to individual. Last Leave Franklort 1:3) P. To those who entrusted their bulsiness 10 ui Georgetown 395 P. M. Leave Frankfort s 30 p. m ; arrive Cincinnati while mnagiutc the Lincoln National Hank it bunlord, we wc here tender our many thanks and 6:13 p. in. Ltave Cincinnati 7:30 a. m.; arrive Frankfort trust they will continue to transact their buciosi with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten11:30 a m. 1 ho Kentucky Midland Railway and connec- tion lo same, our twenty years' napcrience It tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all banking and as liberal accommodations as arecoa. . sisleiil with sound banking. points South, Katt, North and West. For further information apply to their agents. niMiCTons C. D. IIKltCAW. Gen Pass. Aent. G EO. II. HA RPElt, Uec'r & Gen.Supt J J. Williams, Ml Vernon; Frankfort, Ky, . II. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J, Kmbry, Stanford; J II Owsley, Stanford; J F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; AND A. W. Carpenter, Mlllc.lKpvilU, K VV II Cuminitit, I'reachersvlll ff. "ST S. H blanks, President, Dr. J n Owsley, Cashier, W. M llriiiht, Telle 64s 30 7am; p' WOKi OLK EJi 3E !,? RAILROAD. SOLD TO that my un- 1113 deatli. Suitor (pleasanthy) Oh, that's all right, bir; that'Mill right! I have enough to live on for two or three years. Puck. TICKETS ALL POINTS: exceptions. Should tt man nlwn38 wait until the huly with him is heated before silting down himself? Garg03'le Unless she wishes to sit in his lap. Town Topics. Kvrry Hulu Iln It Gilgal OHIO, IHDliiHA, ILLIHOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, IDA MOHLEANSJ TEXAS, g WEST, NORTH-WEST, DfClilcil AiitmiluKu. two-heade- S0JTH-WS- 1 Fat Lady Say, tho has n great snap. d girl I Superb Circassian Beauty How? Fnt Lnd3' Sho can toll horsolf when her lints aro on straight. -- Town Topics. Inherited. FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. .THE BEST ROUTE TO THE NORTH AND EAST. Vestibuled Trains ain't" Straddle How did. you get your SLEEPING AND DINING CARS crest; pny for it? SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE Borneo No, thank heavens, I nm not a snob. M3 grandfather paid for it for WRFQLK$3WESTERf. RA.LRQAI mo.-- 'ULLMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, To Lexlnicton, Chattanooga, Birmingham, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon and Jack FROM CINCINNATI "Wo don't blatno tho bear, or wildcats," they say, "for lookin out for theirselves. It's the cussodnos'. o' t'1 of v i aggravatin' buck 'em that's worryin' of us un' t. us skeery." N Y Sun N. Y. World. CHEAPEST, REST AND QUICKEST LINE. Aii'tiiltiV The'boyti that whisper soft and Uwi "I novr Iom .! in irr .. Mual tlic. r tiu a in.' I'n Imlciplila Ilccopl v ' s Itrntlirr. Wrilo for Kates Mntw. TimcTnblcs, Dcscrlptlv nmplilots, to any Stutlim Afcent, or to W I D. PrVILL, . IUIlaQkE.iA. 1'u.t.frr t. ALLEN HULL, IIL. Ail. lllIUH,0. rwftr Tr.lliia;r.Ai M. T. ORGO, onvllle. Through Sleeping Cars to nirmlncham, Albany, Knox vllle, Ashe vllle, Jackson, Vlcksburj; and 5hrevcport. Through Tourist Sleeper, Cincinnati to Los Angeles and .San Francisco every Thursday. Direct Route to the Southwest via New Orleans or via Shreveport. 3 DAILY TRAINS TO CHATTANOOGA Send for Literature and Time Tables. I UlUaliaCTa. . " "a- - - - ft - ....-.-. 4?