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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895020801 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXII. Interior Journal, STANFORD. KY.. FRLDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1895. KIDDLEBUBG, CASEY UOUNTY. OF AL0CM. NATURE. . Richardson, ol Somerset, has made nn assignment. Richmond proposes to charge druggists $250 each for tho privilego of retailing whisky. While cutting down n tree near Robert Parrot was Btruck on the head nnd killed. Tho Bupei visors increased the assessment of Madison 1150,000, making tho total fS.830,020. William Johnson may die as the result of knife wounds received in a fight with G. W. Settlo in Madison county. Mrs. Thomas Hnle, of Laurel, was perhaps fatally injured by tho accidental discharge of a riflo which she was reinov C.-MHar-rodsbnr- g, i' NO.96 HUSTONVILLE. Important to Teachers. The Slain board of oxmnlnr8 lias Little Annio Held ia Buu"eriug from tho following, which gives tho dates scarlet fever. of examination during 1893; - Q iltu a number will go from hero to 1. Foreurtllkiitoof nr.ulmtlon In com- hiar Mine. B.tiley. mon flchool: llofore county hoard of Djc Drye ia "b.tching" now at hla January 31 and Juno '11. mother's homo on tin HradfordBvillu 2. For county certificate, beloro omu-t- v turnpike. 0 ill and learn to cook. bmrd: White. Juno 7 and 8, July 5 ' 1 tin fuitlt 14 with the null mtrvlpH nnd 0, August 3 and 3, Saplninbor (I and ftnt, ()t Vl'ltll Vflllr Klrni.rtniitlunl ll.n . , , 7, November 1 and 2; colored, Juno II li(, lcttora . 15, July 12 and 13, August 0 and 10, j m,BJ and September It) ami II, November 8 and i) Mf tQ Mi8 IVtJ.,wl( 3. For Stale certificate, before ',on8Jllr yolltorj4y nft- -r f(,x wejkB aBt county or ataie noaru: juuu i .... a, niIIOI,K ,,, rolUives tfj U(o , ny August - ana .1. friends while hero. 4. For State diploma, lufore State I'ho war among tho grocers raged all board: Juno 20 and succeeding day, last week, until tho bottom was finally August 28 and aucceedlug daya. knocked out, by Rilling 23 Ibj. best granNoto To obtain a State certificate an ulated BUgir for II, nnd other things in applicant must be at leant 21 year old, proportion. have had two years' experience in teach' Miss Mary Thomson, who is agent of lng nnd present satisfactory evidence of the National Life Insurance Company unexceptionable moral character. lie will leave about tho last of the month to must bo examined on all tho common begin her work and wo can safely pro school branches (sou oertion 21, school diet that she will succeed. law,) and the following in addition: I wish to oin tho editor in asking Higher arithmetic, elementary algebra, everybody to tell 111 who their visitors English literaturo, and the science and around everything olso they know in art of teaching, including the elements of the news hue. Wo nro not poiSLMBcd eipsychology. Sec. 133. ther with ublguity or omniscience. To obtain a State diploma an applicant Nov. Dr. Dinald McDonald, State must bo at least 21 years old, have taught evangelist, in the employ of tho SouthIn this State at least two yearn and prea-un- t ern Presbyterinn church, li led Bro. satisfactory evidence of unexception- Ururu's pulpit Sunday, llu ia a good able moral character. Mo imiHt bo ex- preacher and usutlly knows whereof he amined on all the cointnin achool branchIlro. Miliken preached ut the es and the following in addition: The Baptist church, while the Christian science and art of teaching, including church, as yet, has no pastor. psychology, English literature, physics, Mr. Gilmoro Cowan returned from higher arithmetic, algebra, geometry nnd Somerset a few days ag. Misi Lizzie elementary I.ttln. Sec. 132 Twidwell is visiting her sietr, Mrs. J. B. For a State diplomt or Sttto certificUe Adttmp, in Newport. W. I). Weather-jr- d an average grade of at least OJ per cent, and F. B. Twidwell went to Danville must be attained, tho lowest grade upon to 840 "A Hunch of Keys." Miss Minnie any subject being not leM than 70 per Woods is attending Caldwell College. Ell. I'ORTKR TllOMIMO.H, cent. Geo. I). Weathorford was upfrom"Sotner- Jamm II. Fccjua, set Siturday. Midirs. J. B. & Tilden U. A. Lkonakii, Stato Hoard of Etaminers Cook spent a few days with their Bisters Mr. Pearson Miller wa In town SumUy, BEAUTIFUL THINGS; l courting. Misj Glenn Bibb Is the of the MissfH Ellis. Miss Amanda Wenth-erforUoauliful faces are those that woir of Bradfordsv.'lle, is tho guest of It matters little if dark or fair bout-sthole-souled .Miss ltosa Harper printed there. rs, ,,,,.,, ep-'akf- Four now pupils from a dislnnuo entered J.inio Wash Institute Monday. Miss Willie Gann is at Powers' store, assisting Enoch Wesley in Ids school there. Cnatley Spears U confined to his bed with pneumonia, but is reported by his physician hh doing well. Mr. J W. Wheut was stricken with paralysis on the niitht of tho 25th inat. nnd n malncd uncouecious, until evening, when he breathed his last. .Mr. Wheat whs one of our best citizens, and all reuret his early demise. Ilia remains were Interred in tho Christian church cemetery, Thursday, after funeral services by J. (I Montgomery nnd F. Gruler. Mr. Wheat leaves a wile nnd five children mostly grown. Yosomite eeems to keep her hund in. A dilliculty occurred over there a few days nince, lift ween Squire Jacob WhII and W. E. McWhor ter, in which knives were drawn, but friends interfered aud prevented bloodshed. McWhorter then applied a vilo epithet to Hurry Fox, who tried to brain him wjlh aspon, but fell as ho struck Ht him. McWhortor pounced upon him while down, and made a fruitless attempt at cutting him, but they" wore separated, nnd McWhorter then procured a Winchester nnd"went gunning for Fox, but cool heads prevailed, and tho flow of much blood was averted. Theso things areof Bofr.qnent occurrence that the people over thnre pay little or no attention to them, nnd aro surprised thnt they nre noticed nt all, but in this cold snowy weather, when there is nothing astir n nownpaper correspondent ouuht to be pardoned fir referring to them, when he is unused to them him Wed-needng-d- FOR INSURANCE THAT INSURES, SEE Kirby,TheInsuraneeMan, If you want to get in ay the best companies. Farmers can save money by seeing him. FIVE REASONS WHY JAMES I wish lng. Secretary Carlisle has recommended that n $20,000 appropriation be made (or tho completion of the public building at Richmond. An order to arrest disreputable white women nt Harrodsburg has caused nn exodus of this class to Lexington, Cincin nati and Louisville. When Talton Henderson was given two years at Harrodsburg for forging a ho was so pleased with the check for verdict that he laughed loudly and thanked the judge and jury (or their leniency. Tho Southern Lumber Company's , Valley View, Mndison county, employing 100 men men, and having an output of 70,000 per day, and Warwick's Distillery, Silver crook, capacity 30 barrels per day, two of tho largest industries in this part of tho State, resumed operations Monday, after nearly a year's bus peusion. J'-'S, siw-mlll- HUSTONVILL.E, KY, htit) xnr r mi w F CTB '' 11 Wi imm ivMssB f Can Sell Goods Cheaper than Others. x 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. 1. 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. Baker's Flour, S1.50 per 100, best green Co(-fe23 iC, Arbuckles22c, Granulated Sugar 22 lbs for Si, special prices in barrel lots, good green coffee 20c, black pepper uc, raisins, figs and prunes Sc. Best corn and tomatoes 3 cans for 25c, and other bargains in the same line. BOOTS AND SHOES. Mens heavy boot $2, former price S3. 50, high-priced e. CHURCH AFFAIRS. '. li t I will close out my present stock of clothing re- -- J. S. Reid, a Baptist preacher, at-- a CLOTHING. bank robbery nt gardless of cost. ouly mention a few to show how cheap they are, A pood black wool cheviot suit tempted WILLIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. lor men, at $j 99. Heavy, a vro) cassimere pan s at $1, in Uct anything In stock at lets moniy than East Portland, Ore. you eyerbonght them, A good long Overcoat for $j. You must see the bargains I have tc properly -- Clay, the little son of Mr. J. L. Fire in tho Methodist Publishing appreciate them. Whitehead, is ill. (louse, Nashville, caused about $ 15,000 DRY. GOODS AND NOTIONS at such marvelous reductions that Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Perkins have a damage, covered by insurance. it seems almost Impossible. I canonly mention a hit. All calicoes at 4HC including Indigos, blacks daughter at their home. She came last Tho Jackson Hustler says that a and mournings. Masonvii'e anu Lonsdale bleach cott'ns at jc. All wool casslmi.res ani Henriettas, Friday. wnvnof religious revival isBweoping over 40 inches wide, at jsc 4 spools of CUrk'a thread for 15c, and a thousani things I haven't space to Wednesday was another snowy day, tho mountain counties, from Cumber- mention. Go3ds were never aoU as lew as I will sell them. Hemtiuber my terms are CASH, or the responsible people is 30 days. All accounts ars now ast due ond thaie indeM!d to me will notwithstanding the reports for fair land Gap to the mouth of tho Bi San- limit tosettla at e Clothing now on hand at great! spring sa nplcs of please 01.ee. reduced wenther. dy. prices, JAMES KRVE, Hustoovllle, Ky. Heautiful eyes are those that show. Oar no mills hnvo had to close Winchester girls have organizid a Michigan Catholic priests and ProLike crystal pines wheruMieut fire glow dowuou account of the snow and cold testant ministers have organized a fraTrilby" club. Beautiful thought that burn below. For tho first time in 75 yeard Lake weather. ternal union to do away with the relig Ileautiful lips are thos whose words Judge II H. Tyo ia ut homo from ioua intolerance sought to be stirred up C.iamplniu is frozen over. Leap from the hearts liko the songi of It Is estimated that tho earnings of Danville, where ho is attending school. by the A. P. A. birdi", railways in tho United Mates fell oil Ho will return in a few days. girds. Yet whose utterance prudence Prayer meetings are being held each The Christian Endeavor Societies of night nt the Baptist church, preparatory il'Jo.OJO.OOO during 1891. are those that do Beautiful hands Europo is having its taste of extreme the Christian nnd Congregational church- to the protracted meeting, which begins Work that is honest, brave and true, Moment by moment tho long day thro'. cold. Sunny Italy is shivering uudor es had a union social at the Academy next Wednesday. Mr. Beville, who is Would you know where to get the most for your Si in hard times? Homo Tuesday evening. There were to conduct the music, will arrive to morfour feet of snow in one province. Here is the place. Fancy Dress Ginghams 4c. Lancaster Fancy Beautiful feet aro thoso that go O. P Huntington, president of the about 100 persons .present and every row. On kindly ministries to and fro Flan-nelet- ts Endeavor Society and Checked Ginghams 5c. Renfrew Dress Ginghams The Christian Southern Pacific and other railroads, ia one hnd a pleasant time. Down lowliest ways, il God wills so. meets at Christian church, Sunday afterfor wrappers 7 All wool Novelty Dress Goods dangerously ill at his home in New York. and The court sentenced Bowman, Roo Beautiful shoulders am those that bear, Boston's new library was opened to and Mallicont last Tuesday for tho terms noon at 3:30 Everybody invited to at- (new) 30c. The finest Henrietta Wool filling Dress Goods CeacelpsR burdens of homoly care, tho public Friday. It cost 15,000,000 aud of 5, 7 and 12 years, respectively. Ap- tend. Tho society w'll be With patient grace and daily prayer. made 65c. ia one of the most maguiflceut and beaupeals have been prayed in all of the cases next meeting and a (till attendance is Beautiful live are thoso that bleM Miss Mary Cowen will sing a bo'o tiful buildings in America. and the judgment stayed for GO days in Silent rivers of happineM, Mrs. Blaine has leased the site of the tho Roo and Mallicoat cases, but Bow- on this occasion. Whose hidden fountains but few may We are told that one of the sanctiold Blaine mansion ia Washington, and man will go on while the case is being guess fied saints devoted a portion of his serof building a theatre ou it has alwork hdard. A North Georgia man, who is dissatis- ready been begun. The most of the time in circuit court mon to tho editor of this paper the othAt 40c to 75c. fied with tho post oflice department of North Carolina letds all the South- (or the Inst week has been taken up in er night, in which he showed more bile this government, sends tho Atlanta Con ern States In cotton mauufacturing. She civil business aud the docket Is being and'bitterness than Christian charity and all wool suit $6.50. Boys' Knee Suits 75c to S4. The stitution tho following: "I want you to has 15S mills, nearly as many as tho cleaned up rapidly. Frank Davis-wasinless perfection. Sanctification may A beautiful put in a l'ioce to tho Guvmunt about the whole South had in 1SS0 -7- 43,209 spin- sent to the penitentiary Tuesday (or two be obtainable, but the trouble with some Cloaks we have left can now be bought at 50c on the dollar. Overe is Bun. I halnt got dles and Way tho and gio can be bought for half price. All looms. years for cutting MuNew, conductor on of the professed possessors of it is that coats that were $5, senco tho New Postmaster narry letter they think the world is too blind to tell Calicoes JohuE. Uader, of Breathitt county, the railroad. Court will close One lot of colicoes Lonsdale Cottons, Green went in. Ho is a Republican, while I is Wis killed near Jackson Tuesday night, Saturday and Judge Morrowjhas to be- cant from Christianity or holinres from Ticket, 6c. Lion AAA do 5c. Pepperial R. do 5c. These goods Dcmmcrcrat, and Ho wont Givo dam linler was recently pardoned while serv gin at Mt. Vernon next Monday. hypocricy. If you can't buy them your neighbor roercrats their male. Thare is a widder ing a term in tho penitentiary for shootThe Cnriatian Church numbers are for sale and will be sold. lady, both husbands killed in tho war, ing a mail at Lexington. about 1,003,000 members. According to can. We invite all to come and look. If we can't suit you in ready Sno nu.L or Scandal Tliu It began what would Givo folks thare male If she J. W. Jones, of Robertson, Ky., has nt the top of tho hill in a very small ttio United States census of 1890 it is in made clothing we can show you 500 samples from the best tailors in Both hus- found a pearl on which is the perfect wae appointed by guvment. way. Somebody said "I think." It roll creasing more rapldily than nny other the country and have your suit made to order. bands (out till they was kilt. She is of h man's baud. Seen through n cit along, collecting bits as it went, until church in America. It is dedicating confederate viteran. Will you Please microscope even tho veins appear. It is pomebody said "I believe." It went fur- three church houses every two days. speak to tho Guyment?" valued by experts nt $150, ther and (urther, until somebody Baid, It has 0,000 ministers, 40 colleges mid Tho story of the murder of Mies "I know." And then it rolled and roll- - univtratiee; anl has overoOO general Stato A story is going tho rounds of tho bit; ball that hit nud county missionaries. It is mining Catherine Glug, as no being brought ed until it was a preeH about a farmer who wont into a 200.000 Per 'e" for '"'ssions and drug store nnd for tliu first time saw n out in the Hnrry Hay ward trial at Min- straight nt simebody's heart becaueo1,1' hm had an churcn buildiiiRB. and shocking somebody else said, f'l saw." ALd phonograph, He was told to drop a nick- neapolis, id as crease since ISM of nearly 200.000 mem- the enowb.ll looked fair nd el in the slot and hear the music. Tho a ono as was over told in factor fiction. George S. White, known as tho cat ihiti thon.'h IIiith minium) nntliinrr bers. doubting, dropped in a nickel, farmer, Undei takers and Dealers in Furniture, Stanford. T1.0 president has tho satisfaction of put tho tubes to his enrs, and after listen tie king of Mendocino county, Cal has wrong about it, it was n great horrible boon ordered by tliu California superior lie, It bgtn with horrible idle gos6ip; knowing thnt he has done nil that lies ing a second started for the door with A larger and better assorted stock cannot be found in Central Ken court to piy his wife, who has secured it grow with silly chattering until it within his power to bring Congress to a tho hasty exclamation: "Gosh nil tucky. Your Hero comes n brnii band nnd I divorce from him, 1103,00 J for her sept-rnt- o rebelled its full b'z1, fed ny Bcandal. SMise of its duty, no matter what tho estate. There is only ono way to tlirht n snow- ontroiiio may be. , left them mules unhitched!" Paul Sorg, who represents tho Third ball, that is to wait. Wait nud live out To strengthen his case, II. Clay Ohio district, is the richest man in Con- - your lit ) honestly and truly, and tho sun Hvans has taken tho oath oflice bb Gov- J. F. ILubce, of Millorsburg, shipped Tim tJunrnl a rv r (our bronze turkeys to a gentleman in greee. Heias.iid to worth $15,000,000, uiiinrf s.f iiAiiil ilit il j villi fvlnvia nnrtn tltn nvtmr r( TannncbDU line a id low, Cash prices Come ia and Australia last Full, and received n letter nnd to have an income of more than a Btiowballof Hcandtl until it units awny S..t'e refused to make record of the fact When you see our immense from him a fnv d lys ago stiitingtliit million, all of which ho has made him- and even its existence is forgotten. It is nnd imndninus pioceedinps are threat- - learn how low you can buy a nice Kockug Lnair, Bed Room Suit, throe out of four reached their destina- self in tho minuftcture of plug tobacco. trno it is hard to livo things down some - ', '"11 Couch, Mattresses and Springs. Call and see' us A. Sullowny, who was elected ns n times, but it is working two ways, ns y tion alive. The purchmer was bo well If yru fail after dome vour best you WITHERS & HOCKER. pleased that he Bent Mr. Barbeo flO republican to tho next Housu of Repre- your caoiueai y ju .tro living down l 0 Jmvo 6till done well. -- Tliu laurels of ' of others, bo by tho eamo t.,ninence grow ou the precipice's verge, ftbovu tho contract price. They cont the sentatives as tho Hiirrppsor to Henry W. Australian over $100 to get them, ex- Blnlr, tin? come out for silver. He is tho goodness you are living up fo that hith jt.loualy is often but another name for HERE IS THE LEADER only member of the New England dele- er life which endd in the golden woild the Insanity of -- My Lord hits o press, etc, included. a 0 cnu never enter. often more respect for hi valet than his where gation who has yet taken such n stand. Spoclmon Cuboh. Ladies' Homo Journal. A correspondent of tho OwonBboro valet hns for him A smirk ia something S. I! Clifford, New Casscl, Wis., was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism; hit stomact: Inquirer BayB tho meeting betern Cin always to bo ndverlising for n The national Innk circulation is nt thnt senmn was disordered, hi liver was alfected to an alarm-in- ? slap. Tho initn who triei to deserve imdegree, appetite fell nway aud he was terribly cinnati's blind musician, Prof. J. S. Van present ii'Oj.'JOo.a reduced in lleth aud strength. Three botllct 01 cleave, and his run sway wife in the Ev mortality hs small occi'wion to worry. Klccliic Hitter cured him. ll.irrisburp. Dim nuBville juil, "wns verv pfWtln,; Kdward Shepherd, Afflicted with IttioutntUlam. He Elmira Telegram. runnink' sre on his leg of eight years' standMills, of Lebanon, Conn., says: embraced her convulsively and wept, "1Mr. Giori;e A.with rheumatism in my back all ing. Uud three buttles of Ulcctric Hitters was alllictod Arnica Silve and hd You can bung uh wood and wnluuls- bov of It could but showed no Bigus of omotion," It la.t wiulcr. it iris so severe at limes tnai Ion leg is sound and well' John Speaker, Catawbis ono you can bring us toon nnd quail; ou not nana up atraiBni, dui wai oran ocr O.. 1.1 five Urie fever sore uu his leg: doctor niiHiim IU 1h t!H Pi;,Miriviil llleil tUUl lie ude. 1 tn d dillcrent remedies without receiving i said he was incurable. One bottle of, Klectric iplierimt.il buuht a bottle ofChamberUin' can bring nlong brer. 'possum, with his should hnvo II I Lien's Arnica Salve .,, OXpreSdlOUlOIIIB niiio. any ric Hitters and one bat ,,a AftOl usuu it lorthree days, accord- nn.i t.ni.lps, , jou can Dnng us entirely. Sold by A. R. I'cuny, drug- - Hon by standing on his head and kick- - in3 to directions, my rheumatism was conoani cured him K,,thas notrcturned alnca. I have since recommend- - nI1y other tiling hVt to liny or eat; . ''IPHsiViBBkflRHfiflBiwHItsssispui ing thonofoirtheJail.-Time- S.. ed H wither, ami know they have been benefit. ,, br,1( , for ieftVeV 8ttk() A Household Troiveuro. - tMngS to broil without the meat. Kr sale hr Dr.S. O. Hocker, drujgist, StauMr J.A.Scrhen. a prominent 1). W. Fuller, ot Cansjohatia, N,, Y., says that of m ( biilr.t Plnw. Vntr.-iOver inn now in use in Lincoln county he always keeys Dr. King's New Discovery In the ts f.asl Kin street, aew orK Lily, purchased a lord. '. family would not be without tt, If lottln of Chamliirlain's Cou;h Kinivdy hum Carlton Comwell, toicman of the Oarette, Mid- house aud his BuckUn'd Arnica Salvo. procurable. O. A. Dvkemsn Druggist, Cattkill, druggist II Il.Lane, l'eeksklll, X. Y. Such good dietown, n.j .believes thuchmberia.n'acr ugh of them giving satisfaction. It has no cqaul. Losts less to dnv-light Helf. A good one for?t s, heavy plow shoes 75c, the best one ras.de lot J1.35. Mens' fine shoes, lace and Congress, at $1, Si i$, Sc Joan J St fornur price $1.50, fi, 8153 and $j.ji. Ladles' Ktd, pttent tip, $1. A first class ladles' kid shoe on all different lasts st $1.35, that other merchants are selling at $2. 1 I gu-js- d, -W- y 0-.- 'y tiilor-malc- Our Latest 8jc. ! 6c. i6c; de-a're- d. Lovely Convert Cloths S7-S- s post-oflje- Bird-Ey- e 4c. 3c. out-lin- o 11 HUGHES & TATE. cold-bloode- d . Withers & Hocker, flih-hook- c! 11 Hearts Will Leap for Joy - 1 I aelf-lov- sctudal-mongor- I 1 1 ' - - Lii, ,!. ,.., I w ti, n V., says that Dr King's New Discovery Is results followed lis us that ho scot back to Mr. undoubtedly the best Uuugn remedy; that tie lias I.ane for two bottles more of the si mo remedy, ass. ana It has those who sl,o this medicine a trial aro seldom used it In his lamily for eight revesfaded tod all that U claimed for It Why satisfied with any other when in ueed of such a not trv a nnicdy so lone tried and tested Trial preparation. It is unequalled for coughs aud colds. For salo by Dr. S, G, Hocker, drusght, Stau-forluii.c Itec at A. K. l'cnnv's Drug Store Krgu Jar sire cc and Si oo. d. The best salve in tho world for cutj, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fter sores, tetter, chap. hands, chilblains, corns and all skla eruptions, t positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is guaranteed to give perlct satisfaction or money refunded. I'rice s cents perj box. For sale by A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Remedv should be In every home. Ho used It lor ? old and it effected speedy cure He say, "it is tudecd a crand teiftedy; lean rccommen it to all. I have seen i used for whooping cojuh with the Utt results i aua ccui UOiiiea. For salo br Or. S, G Hocker, drupgist Stan- ford. J "'""" uQcn 'w 'n reair and I a does the work better than any plowmaac. ,, ,. . ..-.- o N W. Jtl. W Jiija.Jx.iiii. oo vjvj. &mmsr"sa!Tim v T - OEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIORJOUKNRl NEWSY NOTES. Stanford, Ky., February W. P. WALTON. Stngishasa baeo ball bat factory that turns out 3,000 bats a week. 8, 1895 Gen. Wat Hardin has declared for tho freo and unlimited coinage of silver. A House of Mercy for f illen women was dedicated Tuesday in Lexington with touching ceremonies. Fire destroyed tho Bodman Leaf Tobacco Company's warehouse in Cincinnati. The loss is $300,000. Almost every houso in the town of Tuxteppc, Mexico, has been shakon down by earthqnako shocks. A man who claimed to bo CapUin Bogardus, tho famous rifle shot, died at a health report near Au9tell, Ga. The legal fraternity of this country is kept up to full working strength by 02 law schools, with 0,770 students. Extrome cold weather prevails in the Northwest, the thermometer registering 10 to 50 degrees below zero. -- Firo destroyed tho U.T. Conde implement plant in Indianapolis, entailing a loss of $100,000. The firemen suffered much from the cold. Four men were killed and two seriously injured by the explosion of an old traction engine near Muncie, Ind. It was being used to saw wood, girl at Round- Thtre is a W. Va,, who tips the boatn at 510 bottom, pounds. She baa a sister a year younger who weighs only 48 pounds. Gov. McVCinley puts an end to all talk in Ohio by announcing tbat he will positively not be a candidate at this time for the United States Senate. Suit for 120,000 was brought against Louisville and Nashville road by the the widow of Charles McGregor, killed while coupling cars at Winchester. A " Homo Saloon," with frc? lunch and concert attachment and chemical drinks in variety, has been opened by temperance reformers at Chicago. A Milwaukeo trolley car wont through a bridge over the Kilikiuic Monday, crashed through the ice and disappeared. Three lives wero lost. The postmaster general says that 50 postal cars wero either burned or wrecked during the past year, showing the railroadlpostal clerks have a dangerous occupation. Frankfort will have its first ligal banging in 32 years March 1. George McGee, a Louisville negro, who murderThomas, will ed a victim. be tbe An exchange Bays it is one of the mysteries, of life, that the man who knows exactly how a newspaper should be edited, is always engaged in some other business. "Can you tell me the time, please ?" asked one man of another in Louisville. Tbe one addressed pulled out bis watch to do bo, when the other snatched it and got away in the darkness. The electric light which is to be erected on Fire Isiand, on the New York coast, will give an illumination of about 250,000,000 candle power. It is expected to be visible 120 out to sea. The Secretary of War informs Congress tbat the organized militia of the States and Territories numbers 110,890 men. The unorganized military forco of the country is stated at 9,682,800. The National Bank of Milan, O , was entered at aa early hour Tuesday morning by five men who blew open tho safe and secured about $30,000. Two men have been arrested for the crime. Richard Perry, aged 10, killed his cousin, William Perry, of the same age, in Kenton county, by crushing his skull bat. Tho terrible crime with a base-bawas tho outcomo of an old family fued. The balloon recently sent up by French scientists with automatically registered thermometers and baromoters, reached a height of 10 miles, where tho thermometer registered 110 degrees below zero. William Waldorf Astor, a New York multi - millionaire, has ordered $100 worth of lilies of the valley and violets to be put over his wife's grave daily. Ho gave one florist an order for $38,000 worth of flowers. The Administration will not announce a new bond issue unless there should be another raid on the gold reserve. It is understood that arrange ments have been about completed for the Bale of the bonds in London, Burglars entered the homo of Jacob Engel, near Brewmen, Ind., and after tying him and his wife to a bed poet, ransacked the house and secured 300. The rascals left the aged couple tied and when they wero found next day, tbey were nearly frozen to death. There is a law on tbe statutes againBt black knot. Every farmer permitting on his premises a damson plum or other trees infected with black knot is liable to a fine. The county judge may appoint three commissioners to go and destroy the trees so affected, and at the same time fine the offending party. The woman, whose body was found mangled almost boyond recognition, on the O. & O. near Lexington, turns out to be Mrs. J. A. Shuppard, the deserted wife of an itinerant photographer, who was disowned by her father, who is rich, for eloping with him. Foul play is Buspect-efellow-convict'.nam- pub The Lexington liehea aomcj damoginn statement!) against the "Old State House IUiir" Ht Frank fort, in which the names of Gen. Watt Hardin, J. Stoddard Johnston and L. 0 Norman are most unpleasantly dssocia ted with the Tate defalcation. It demands that each of these gentlemen be relegated to the rear any adds, "we want clean men and wo want new men." The paper claims that it is bringing these charges in advance of the republicans, who aro sure to air them, and that it is acting in the interest of the democratic party. Most likely, however, interest in another and nearer candidate for governor prompt" the attack. Press-Transcript was unconstitutional so far as interstate commerce, instruct-el- a t affected jury atOwenBboro to find for Rev. W. II. Anderson, who had sued the L. & N. for forcing him to ride in a Jim Crow cir. The amount allowed was only one cent and costs, but the railroad company appealed at once to the supreme court. This is a victory for the colored peop who will at least be given equal accommodations, if they aro not permitted to ride with the white trash. Judqk Babb, of the U. S. court, who had previously decided that the separate oacn law Gov. Buck.nbr is mentioned frequent, ly as a compromise candidate forgovern-orwho could unite the factions and lead the democratic boats to victory. Wo believe he could do it as easily as the next man, for everybody is satified of his worth and spotless integrity. He made one of the best governors the State has ever had and left the office with the admiration and respect of all the people. He may not bo able to cope with Col. Bradley on the stump, but he can beat him at the polls as easy as rolling off a log. ---- Hawaii is preparing to put to death every person engaged in the lateinsu-rection- ; but Minister Willis hopes to save the necks of the Americans by landing the marines. Ex Queen Liliuokalani has at last abdicated in favor of the Republic, thereby hoping to prevent her fat neck from feeling the halter draw. If Bbe is not put to death she may be deported to the United States, the asylum of the world. of tbe outcasts and riff-raff -- O. P. B8rnes,the noil known Lou's villa jeweler, is dead. John Bach and family, six in all, burned to death at Standlsh, Mich. Sixty fivo below zero is tho way the thermometer reads In tho extromo Northwest. Balloting for Unitod States Senator continues in Dalewaro, Idaho jnd without material chango. HaTho 1500,000 appropriation for a Diplowaiian cable proved a snag for the matic and Consular Appropriation Billof Graves, killed nn owl W. M. Hall, which moasured tlvo feet from tip fo tip of the wings and weighed 131 pounds. Tho new Conservatory of Moscow is nearly finished. Its construction will cost about $3,000,000. The vestibule will contain tho statues of Rubinstein and Tecbalkowsky. The 53d Concress has entered upon its last moon, and thero is no sign Unit it intends to try to undo any ol tne mischief it haa accomplished. New York Evening Sun. The Ohio river is completely closed s by ice. At Louisvillo even tho cold have given up. With tho weather now in prospect, it will be frozen over solidly. Peter O. Pritchard, the new Senator from North Carolina, was sworn in under the name of Jeter O. Philips, tho name of tbe notorious Richmond Times. Tho democrats no longer have a majority in the United States States Senate. Last Saturday Lee Mantle, of Moutana, was sworn in as the successor of Wilbur F. Sanders. The Senato has row SO members, and the democratic majority of one has been wiped out. James Nutt, onco notorious for killing lv.,er W. W. Duke at Uniontowu, Pa., attempted to murder a woman near A'chison, Kan., and was himself so badly cut by an ax in her hands that e will probably die. He was drunk and his attack on tho woman was unprovoked. The present cold wave Is not only an extremely severe oue, but it covers a wide rango of country. From tho Rocky Mountains to the Atlantic Coast and as far South as Georgia, the cold Is intense. In the West and Northwest the mercury is below zero and still falling. Severe blizzards have blockaded the railroads in places. Ontario reports 05 degrees below zero. It is predicted that Florida will again feel tho pinch. Oro-go- u, ferry-boatwife-murder- The Climax eiys about 400 cattle of inferior quality chittigc.l h inilri Ht Richmond, Monday, at 2 to 3jc. Win. Armuks 15 to 10 nold sold 21 4 year-ol- d hands high, extra lino and fat, at f 7.50 About 40 good woric mule s sold at nu price of $05 to $70.. Tho Armour Packing Co. mado a test at KansaH City last week of a lot of hogs to ascertain GO head of wheat-fehogs thus fed would kill out and how found that they dressed out 85 pounds to tho hundred weiuht, while the gener al run of hogs dressed 82 to S3 pounds. E. P. Woods returned yesterday from Hopkinsville, whero ho took n lot of mules to sell. The market was flood ed with them and he decided ho could dispose ol them to a hftler ndvautnge here, eo ho brought tliem back with him. It cost him $100 to tako them there and back. av-era- These Bargains I ARE THE KIND A good quality of bleached cotton, 1 Three spools of Clark's Thread for ioc. Kxtrajhcavy'yard wide unbleached cotton at 5c. ard wide, at 5c. J THE A better piece, "Hope" brand, at " Ivory 60AP It Floats 2C! BEST TOR SHIRTS. ths pnooTtn LOUISVILLE A nice line of white bed spreads at 75c to $2.50. STORE ' A big line of Fancy Linen Towels in the following ALWAYS per pair. 42x18, fringed, at 25c per 40x15 at DELIGHTS 15c 5c. sizes: pair. 54x25 Damask, knotted fringe and fancy border, at 75c TO per pair. These arc surcjcnoiigh bargains. GIVE We have just received an elegant line of Lace Bed Sets and Lace Curtains. Bc'surc to examine them. t&m Our line of Ladies', Gents' and Children's Shoes is complete. A nice ladies' Dongola Shoe, patent leather tips, in sizes from 24 to 7, for $1, an J a bottle ol polish thrown in, Special 1 i CAUDLE co- - arm. MISS LOU ELLIOTT, TBAI17ES penter. XTTTK3S, Car- STANFORD, KY. RErixtNCis (P.O. BOX i5i.) Dif. 1 alley, P.ylon anJ 8t tl And Furnishing Goods. A big line of Tailoring Samples just received and prices lower than ever before, Don't'to examine them before you buy. ( DRIVE IN CLOTHING : STAHrORD, B -- Courier-Journa- l. W. Office on S. BTTB.CH, at Law, - - LOUISVILLE ' STORE, Cynthiana, ' mm mmmmm FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Attornoy It must be in the wind at Washington and an East wind at that. Scarcely a day passes that there is not a quarrel or a, fijticufl in the House, but the staid and sedate Senate had kept its record unspot ted till Tuesday, when Mitchell, rep., of Oregon, and Harris, dem., of Tennessee, crossed bats and called each other bad names, but refrained from blowp, though t lk of personal responsibility and all tbat was indulged in. S is strange to what lengths those who wish to get the benefits of the technicalities of the law will go. An Arkan-- 8 is thief was convicted of stealing a It hc hore?, and the shyster who defended him took an appeal because it wes a mare that his client stole. After a long delay the higher court has finally decided that a mare is a horse and the thief has been lodged in the penitentiary. engaged trying to fiad Borne way to change that 748 majority that Evans has for governor on the face of tho return?, and where there is a will there's a way. EvanB had himself sworn in as governor and Turney still holds on, so Tennessee like Alabama has two executive officers, hough the cases aro entirely dissimilar, of politics and the stings and of outrageous fortune, Editor Brrowa Henry Watterson will hie himself to Europe in May to bo gone two years. Not nnny of us can afford so expensive re- The Tennessee Legislature is busily ll Tired i lief, but if matters political.get any worse for the democratic party we can at least row across the river Styx and find a bet ter place on the shores beyond. Thb Boyle Toney contest for a seat on the supremo bench is being heard by the State board at Frankfort. It is hoped and believed that the board will do the ia'.r thing. There muBt bo no doubt left in tho minds of tbe people that a seat on the supreme bench has been acquired by fraud. -- majority in tho Senate, though tho democrats claim it by one. Now the claim can not be made at all. The new Senator from Wyoming, just Bworn in, makea the body in fact what it has been in purpose, republican. There has been no actual democratic Tna clouds are dark and lowering, but a rift appears in their blackness. The present Congress expires by limitation two weeks from Tuesday, another reminder that be things never so gloomy, there still something to be thankful for. Fino blue graBS seed for sale. B. K Wearen. American dressed Bteers sell at 11 to 12c per pound in Europe. Freoport, III , will have a 15,000 stake for pacing stallions this year. In .four seasons Yo Tatnbien lua win 92,3S5 in stakes and purses.Crutch-field M. F. Elkin bought of John hogs at 3Jc. a lot ol 150 pound John Hill bought of George Baker steers and heifers at 2Jc. six Half the tobacco grown In the United States last year Sprang from Kentucky soil. M. S. & J. W. Baughman hau ono 1 their livery horses to die of lockjaw Tuesday night. J. O. Eubanka sold at Springfield, black j ick for $450 and 111., a a young jack for $200. A car of White Northern Seed Oats just received. Call or write for sample. J. H. Baughman & Co. William Herrin bought In Rockci2 and Garrard, a lot of butcher cattle at tie 2c and a yoke of oxen for $05. Tho Lexincton Gazette reports tho Bale of $800 worth of tobacco from 3 $240 an acre. acres of land-ab- out E. McAfee's Hustler Russell, W. 2:1 11, brought $810 at the sale at Lexinp ton. J. D. Creighton was the buyer. G. W. Dugan, who bought M. S. Baughman's Ella B. last week for $010, sold her to an Owensboro party for $100 profit. Choice export ewes and wethers are worth 4jc In Cincinnati. Lambs aro 4.05, which is higher than they have been since August. Dan Cupid, 2:09J, brought $5,500 at Lexington salo. Ho was owned partthe ly by Mr. Samuel Salter, a relative of Mrs. M. F. Elkin. William Moreland bought of various of sheep at 1.50 to $2 parties a d of fat hogs at 3Jc a per head; and some butcher stuff at 2 to 21c The Virginia Jockey Club has filed formal applicatlon'.for authority to conduct its spring meeting, beginning March 4, at the St. Asaph track, under the rules ol the Jockey club. A lot of Lexington horsemen have animal withpurchased a and one night this week out a blemish, will have a banquet at which horse steak will be the star dish. InBtead of bringing $30,000 as predicted, Wilton, the great stallion, who has already earned more than $100,000 in the stud, was sold at Lexington to Lewis fe Albaugh, of Circloville, O., for two-year-o- Stanford, Kentucky. Court-Haute- Laocaiter Street, oppotile the Collection rccc.ve cipecUl ttentlon . A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores; 8S Wallao Will a: At X. Attorney at Law, Vftrnon, Attica-eFa-t.te. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. 'I Stanford, - - Kentucky. Inlutflnut. of SpecUl and at Atlcrney and HU and I)ivllon of Kecutor, Admlnlitritor nJ .motion gtn to Seflenent LancatterSt ortrSupt. Office on ry't office. W. K, McHa 9 NEW STOCK! -- 1 DR. W. B. TTB3NY, Dentist, Every thing new and the best in every line. , Stanford, Ky. Office on Main Street, Opp-- t Drugs, Books, Stationery. tc tbe i't-Olfic- e We solicit your trade. Old and New Customers will Receive Prompt Attention and Accurate Service. ' TO TECEJ CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. The New W. B. McROBERTS, Bookseller and Druggist. Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., of the builder Mill, attention SPECTACLES Fitted by Latest Scientific Methods. Examination Free. Wc guarantee to fit or no pay. Buy It now In full operation, and invilct the tuperlot of Lincoln county ta itt material, workmanship and low pricet. Note SOME OF OUR PRICES: Jjpei hundred, Perfectly clear poplar or yellnw pine flooring at i At low at $150 per hundred. Perfectly clear yellow poplm wMther boarding at Ji.So per hundred. Aa low at U 30 per hutidicd. AllpaUernt and thlckneiv ol Ceilini; In yellow pine, poplar, chetttiut and ath, aa low aa Si 1 per hundred. 1'oublfl drctaed lumber at low at a per hundred. Beautiful el!ow pino Untitling lumber, quarter oak, Ac. Save money by givinc ut you. ordcrt. THE LANCASTKk PLANING MILL. l.aneatter, Ky 73 6m DANKS, Up to date in Style andJPriccs. - JEWELER. clry from your Watches, Clocks and Jcv- - car-lo- ad car-loa- 'Bread is the Staff of Iiife" THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD. Ballard's OBELISK FOOT WEAR Of Every Description. Flour & RS& four-year-o- ld Kip, Calf and RubberBoots Mcn's'Fine Shoes in Machine and Hand Sewed. Shoes. Children's School Ladies fine Kid Goods in welts and turns. N MiMsti $zAivays H. J. McROBERTS. $12.f00. Col. The Courier Journal speaks ol "new wrinkles in stockings," as if there were Judge Oantrill put a man in jail at any wrinkles, new or old, in them, pro- Georgetown for refusing to testify before vided they Bre where ought to be, on a the grand jury and adjourned court, well rounded limb. leaving him there, where the Times says Secietary Carlisle officially estimates he would have remained until now, had tbat instead of a deficit the Government not the governor, on a petition represent 122,000,-00ing that his services were necessary to a will have this year a surplus of d. 0. needy family, ordered his discharge. Reliable. president and secreNail were reapectlvely, and Attilla Cox, made tary vinkc the LIGHTEST BREAD, treasurer, of the National Saddle Horse SWEETEST CAKES, Breeders' Association, which met in WHITEST BISCUITS. Louisville this week. Tho owners of Bonnio Wilmore, For Salo by .1 nnn refused $10,000 for him and o.i : C. : they must have felt pretty Blck, when he for 1490 in Chicago. It will be sold Dealer In General Meichandlte, that he is the only horse tbat - over beat Nancy Hanks a beat. John B. Castleman and Ion B, J. 7LOBSNCE, Kentucky. Ii Eeceirinf Hii FALL-:-AND -:- - WINTER -- : GOODS. call, j Stanford, Goods Warranted and a PcrfectJFit Guaranteed. Give me 'kMI-WEEKL- Y iNTERIORjDURNAL Takk your repairs to oler. I) inks, tho jow Apply to j SrANFonn, Kv., Fkihumiiy 8, 189& A ooot olllco for rent. P. Walton. A few improved bronz-- V. gobblerH for E. C. Walton, Business Manager PERSONAL Bale. J. Bright. wo predict to lie 10 feet deep. Ir it keeps on coming POINTS. the allow will got S that A. J. Fish, of Mt. Vernon, was hero this week. d Mh. E. li. Ukazlky went up to Tuesday. MihSallir Cook, of Hustonvillc, is with 1it Bintora here. MiBa Mahy I). Smith lma Rono to Lexington to visit friends. Mn. A. A. Waiibk.n has been laid up a week or so with Hciatica. Mn. W. G. Uanev, of Danvlllo, la BpeudiiiK several days here. Prior. J. V. lUwuNcis.uuperinlendeLt of eclioola in Boyle, is hero. Mibs Alicic Diiyk, of Ilustonvllle, visited relatives hero this week. Mibs Mary Nunnbllbv, of tho West End, in the guest of Misa Lizzio Menefso. Mn. J. Chit Euihnks has returned from a visit tc his sister at Rochester, Broil-hea- Tiibhb was no connection with tiio 0. yesterday. Snowbound possibly. typo-write- Position wanted by lady stenographer nnd Address thin ofllcu. r. Please caII and eottlo your account. I noed tho money to run my businets. M. F. Elkln. F. B. TwimvELL, Hustonville, is Belling groceries lower than any one. be convinced. Onb Bale. Call and thousand bushels of seed oats for You will eave inonoy by seeing mo before you buy. B. K. Wearen. Tim bulletin hoard in front of F. B. Twidwell's store in Ilustonvillo will tell you at what unheard of prices ho is g groceries. eell-in- ti.i III. Mn. It. E. CiiOTCHKn, of Ghent, tho clever carriage nun, was luro Wednes- , There Rio 71,895 divorced women in this country, including those in Chicago. Instead of an engagement ring tie HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Japenepu lover gives his sweetheart a Offtrt hit lervicei to the people ol West Linand Catcv Countlo. pteco of beautiful silk for her sash or ob!, coln CatVrtt alwayt on hand.Full ituclc of Colllnt and U. t. Curpcntir, Marnier. 95 Elder It. H. Crossfield, of Glosgowf at the Christian church who preached H-horo recently, was married Tuesday to Miss Annie Terry, of the same town. Physician and Surgeon, Bishop Taylor says thero is a distil- lery in Liberia which tho natives call the "Good Jesus factory," rum and religion Office in Urick lfuilding near Mctbodltt church, being svnonymous in tho minds of tho rrndencc with Eld. Joseph liillou, on Danville 83 1'iVe, until further notice. poor benighted. Washinton Troxell and Mrs. Martha 1 J. Updike, of Versailles, were married in tho middlo of the road, with the therMy stock of Millinery and Notions is kept mometer at'zero. They did it for the complete by weekly purchasei and jou novelty there was in it. can always find what you want I invite you to In Clinton county, Iowa, is a certain call and Inspect MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, school district whereof every female Stanford, K.Y. teacher in the last 15 years has become O. u. rnuiTT. engaged to be married during the term. 1). 11. KINO. CITY AND VIPINITY. Ml obOitDiKAtiiLY permission has to be Though the salary is low, applicants are Try Danks. the jeweler's $ spec's. KING & tained from the secretary of war to build many. While there are 10,205,578 married a bridge over a large stream, but the St. Some bargains in novelties at Danks. ....Big Line of........ Asaph has bridged on Depot street with- people in this country, thero aro 10,015,-57- 8 timothy at Hlg- - out that formality. The new structure Seed oats, clover aud mora who, though of marriageable OVERCOATS COST. gins & McKlnnoy'a. makes it much nicer to get to Yeager & age, have managed in somo way to evade .........We are Agents for Cooper's livery stable. the matrimonial nooae and remain in Steel Ranges at Mipgins& McKin OLIVER : OHILLED : FLOWS, single blessedness. Lucky. J. II. Kirby, the insurance ney's are in tho lead. Capt. Robt. Grimes, 81, and Mrr, .And have a.., man, won tho handsome diamond ring Sarah Neal, 35, were married at Vance-bur- g furnished room for rent. Ap Front rallied by James 0. Iteid. His number after great difficulty in securing a Full Line of General Merchandise, ply to Mrs. M. K Wray. was 13 which in this iustanco provod n preacher, tho resident ministers having At lower prices than ever. All fcr Cash. Call and mc ui Skeii oats for bIo. Addreea J. T lucky one. There were 85 chances at $2 been requested by relatives of the old KINO & PRUITT, Stanford, or W. B. Jones, Moru- - a chance. Mr. Kirby also won a mimic man not to perform it. Jonis, Morrland, Kv. box in a rs.lla a short whilo ngo. laud. It is said Lord William Bereefard is GEO. B. COOPER. II YEAGEIt. The court of appeals 1ms advanced the to marry the dowager DucIicsb Marlbor- JAS. Wii.ki.sion Btlll leads. Ho heats the ough, formerly Mrs. Louis Hammersly, world for a Btjlish hair cut and a clean, case of G. B. Cooppr, ex county clerk, of New York. They are to be married vb. T. L. Sheltou for an early decision. easy shave. spring if tho financial arrangeTho case grow out of tho local option in tho Proprietors of. TiiEnE'sno ubo talking, Mix Twid contest, in which Cooper claimed ho had ments are satisfactory, that is to say if well, the HuMonvillo grocer, can not and no legal authority to issuo liquor license the duchess haa enough mouoy to suit, " will not be undersold. STANFORD, KY. to Slieltnn, except on tho mandamus to tho lord. This item is of interest here, Having bought of P. W. Green his Llvcrv busbecauso Mrs. Hammersly has many relado so, which ho denied. iness nnd added row bug jies and horses, we arc The next lecturer is Hon. M. W. How tives in Garrard county and a few years prepared to furnish ard, Feb. II. "Lights and bbmiows oi TF. P. El- ago mado a visit to Kentucky. ToBeTribd FIRST-CLAS- S Real Life," will likely bo his subject. TURNOUTS Misses Julia Dotson and Nannie liott, of Laurel, camo down Wednesday On short notice. The traveling public will find Tun city council of Danvlllo Iibb do and took back with him to London, Rov Brierly, two prominent young ladies, us always ready nnd willing to lurnish Drummers' creed that stock shall not bo exposed for William Stott, who waa granted n now fought to a draw on tho Btreets at Mt. acci ofwagons, either single or double, or Carrt ail kinds at very LOW PRICKS. The mIo on Moin Btreet In that city on court trial by the court of appeals. Stott, it Olivet, over the aflections of Robert WI1 boys in and around town will also find us the peo us when in town at with. Stop pic to will he remembered, killed John Collins, liainB, who was always happy with eith- courts deal entertainmentswith your horse and ve'days or any other time. and and near Lily, for alleged intimacy with his er wero t'other dear charmer nway. Hair, hicle will be well cared for. YKAGER & COOPER Tub report that admission to tho Bail- wife and n Laurel county jury gavo him hat pins, wraps and other femininities Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky S7 1, is uney song recital will be raised to f 01) years in tho penitentiary. wero scattered over tho Btreot and the remain tho J. W. Racciisian file The prices will extraordinary same, battle did not wano till both wero out of M.S. Ualciihin. atnotwithstanding tho This issue of tl.o Intekiok Journal breath. Williams is mean enough to say was gotten out through trials and great traction. that the encounter knocked all tho adtribulations. The water pipes were froz- miration out of him for either of them, ground slnco TROrRIKTOKSSnow lias been on the solidly that an entire day's elFort and their fighting and scratching was all Jb that en bo Dec. 20, 45 days, and the prospect came near not opening thorn, and as the there will be many moro long days before feed supply to tho engine is attached to in vain. STABLE, of Bradner, 0., tie "beautiful" ceases to pall upon the tho main, you can see in what middle of and Mr. Jackson House, daughter of Mr. Miss Sedalia Jones, Kentucky. . eyesight. a bad fix we were in. The Lord helps S. K. Jones, of the McCormacks church Ik you don't find any news in this pa- thorn, who try to help themselves, how- neighborhood, were married yesterday at U you need livery give us a call. Nothing but us per lay it on tho weather. Nobody cornea ever, and hero we aro again, a little dis- Rev. W. E. Ellis', by that gentleman for rates. turnouts will leavo our stable. See In our days and the town people figured, hut Btlll in the ring. correThis union is tho result of a long to town theso HARNESS SHOP by mutual aro too near frozen to do anything wor A RESTORATION of WSgCS 0U tllO L. & spondence brought about You will find a good assortment of Harness, Brithy of note, good, bad or fndllierent. N. is not very promising, Tho receipts friends. Ten days ago, Mr. House came dles, Saddles, Ac. Have your repairing done by our man, he understands nls business. We have a are even lees than they wore last year to Kentucky and finding that the young mechanic in our esM. F. Elkin haB great success in lady came fully up to bis ideal and exia BLACKSMITH SHOP. tablishing Maccabee lodges. Ho secured and if thero no more traveling on tho pectations, he proposed and was acceptOrchard other branches than on this, ono train a work and satisfactory 21 members one day In Crab marriage life so Will guarantee horse shoer. week would haul all who applied. The ed. We hope that the prices. Tiy our and a Tent will bo organized, there booh. romantically begun may prove that such other night we wero on tho Knoxville organized. He gets flOO for each Tent express going North and there were but unionB are mado in heaven, no matter eeason will 10 passengers on the train, fivo each in how brought about. The society event of the Madamo Cecilia tho sleeper and day cars. Either It is the sly old widower, who is ap- GOURIER-JOURNA- L the bo tho song recital of Halley at tho Opera Honse weather is too cold or pooplo aro too parently too modest to even CRBt furtive .Eppinghousen Evglances at tho pretty girlB, who gets there poor to travol. next Tuesday evening, Feb. 12th. Is a ten pag eight column democratic newspaper. every time, over the one who visits the It contains tho best of everything going. HENerybody who loves music aud appreciates Country people are not as quick to ladies generally and does not care who RY WATTERSON Is the editor. talent, highly cultivated, will be there. "catch on" to improvements as those tattles about his fondness for the fair sex PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. J. B. Mershon, tho who live in cities like Stanford. Other We might mention several cases in point, SNAKE8.-- Mr. Saw makes The WEEKLY anake peoplo wero contented to walk over tho but ono will now Builico. Mr. Harvoy J. very liberal terras to ageutj, and gives free preclover blacksmith, found a small of the paper and his Bplendid new bridge which Yeager & McRoberts was never seen with a lady miums for clubs. Sample copies In tho snow a short distance from four page Premium Supplement lent free to auy Wednesday. The rep Cooper havo just built across tho St. here and everybody Bald be would never address. Write to place of business previouBness. Asaph, but Jim Powell, of tho 's marry again, but thore's where everytile was BtlfT frozen for his COURIER-JOURNA- L CO. church neighborhood, who was body made a mistake He hied himself Tho ought to have.lenrned from the Ho LOUISVILLE, KY. in town Wednesday night, chose to use to Winchester yesterday and there met ground hog. . . . The by appointment MIbs Minnie L. VanArs-dale- , Mr. T. D. Itaney, tho old plank walk that ho failoJ to Semi - Weekly Interior Journal, pays tojadvortiee. It had been removed, and as a consea popular and pretty young lady of manager of tho.Louisville Store, tella ub And The quence fell about six week into the chil- Harrodsburg, where they were duly uniordorB within that he haa received Uo Courier-Journ- al Barnes for ly, waters of tho historic St. Asaph. For- ted in marriage by Rev. J. J. Ohisholm, a month from Rev. George 0. makes tunately ho CBcapod injury, hut the of the Presbyterian church. The groom Will be sent one year to any address for 312 VS. the corduroy pantaloonB his house ducking ho got will make him more par- Is a gentleman of Bterling integrity, ex- Addres. W.P.WALTON it will be a specialty of. Mr. Barnes, btinford, Ky 83 ticular in tho future. cellent business qualifications and highly Island, Fla. is at Sanlbel sis-te- r, A coal famluo is threatened here. Dealers J. B. Illgglns and J. W. AdnriiH Miis. Chableb W. Khimir, of Louis- aro about out, and many citizens aro in ville, is visiting her pnrents, Mr. and tho came llr. May the good Lord have Mrs. II. T. Harris. mercy on us miserable eiunerfl. Mh. Ciiahlm McGowan and wife, of Sau Francisco, Cal., nro visiting their unFmu was dlscovo.-ein Hon. W. II. cle, Mr. J. K. Alford. Miller's porch Wednesday night, suppoa Mies LizzikTwiuwkll- went to Now-po- ed to have been started by tho spontanWed nemlay to spend several weekB eous combustion of paints. It was exwith her ulster, Mm. J. B. Adams. tinguished without a great deal of damMiftsSusN Hauoiiman willheabride'H age. maid at the marriage of Miss Louis TipPeople will have ice to giveaway next ton to Mr. C. F. Susir, which occurs summer and the ice company will likely Thureday next at Dyurnburg, Tenu. Misa Katr Diiyk, one of tho beauties And its occupation gone. Those who hadn't filled their bonnes before were of West Lincoln county, Is with her MrB. It. 0. Bradley, who has getting six and Bovon inch ico Wedneshere, day, been quite lll.HanodsburK Sayings. I)k. Peyton was called to Mt. Vernon Dkad. Wo regret exceedingly to hear Shin this week to see Mrs. James Maret of Hit! death of Uapt. W. N. Taliaferro, who contlnuea ill. We sincerely sym- ono of tho cleverest and best conductors pathize with her and her htiBband, who on the Kentucky Central. Tho cause millers almost s much from licrslckno'B wbb Bright's disease and ho was only .50 m she does. years of age. Ocb excellent Commonwealth's AttorA Clark county reader of tho goose ney, John Sam Owsley, Jr., does not let little circumstances like the arrival of an bono aald lost fall that thero would be 33 heir to his estate keep him from busi- snows this winter. Wo haven't kept the ness. Hois at tho HarrodaburK court count, but it strikes us that there have shiver. been that many already with one or two waking thrown in for good measure. - day. Mrs. Annie Bush, of Penbody, Kansas, is visiting her relative, Mrs. Jauo Barrow. TiiRhorso which Mr. Josiah Bishop was riding sllppod and fell with him the other day badly spraining and mashing ono of Mr. B'a. ankles. Tub total nsseEsment of property in thought of in tho community and by the Lincoln county this year, wo learn from. church, whilo tho bride is as lovely a Clerk J. F. Cummins, is i4,t07,570 woman nB wo over know. Blessed with beauty and a sunny temperament, she Tub oldest inhabitant has ceaeed to g of joy to the will prove a talk. This weather completely dumb man who has won her, and we predict founds him. Even if old undo Ed Mc will blend in sweetest Roberts wero still with us in tho ileal), that their lives j'oj-to both. Tho groom already has n ho could not tell of such a winter as this. nice homo prepared for his bride and Although the mercury did not get lower will continue uuinter tho than 1, Tuesday night is said by thoBe rupted. who obscrvn such tilings to havo been the coldest of this vry cold winter Tho Misisippi is frozen over at St, Buckets of water by a red liot stove froz3 Louis and people are saving bridge farefl solid, bo wo aro told, aud we know that by walking over orUhe ico. The popo eays tho priest must not tho water pipes wero tighter frozen than over before. It bey" to snow early ride bicjcleB. A "holy father" would Wednesday, and a littlo alter noon n dis- look a littlo "on" on a wheel. patch caino, which took the breath away. The Trustees of Georgetown College "Heavy, drifting snows and high winds will build a $30,000 handsome new dorMuch colder Thursday," it mitory for tho young worm n. In Chicago Mrs. Anna Mnckusiccon read. Though not exactly fulfilled, it Btiowed several inches and got so cold a f 'saed that she plotted with her para man might havo frozen to death stand mour, John Alussa, to kill her husband. ing by a big log fire. The mercury showA widespread snow blockade is ed 8 at 7 and went up little during threatened in tho Northwest. In the the day. The sun shone some, but fino East the temperaturo ranges from zero to buow filled tho air, making it vory disa- 18 below. greeable to be out, oven to the sleigh A old coaster at Duncan riders. non, Pa., dropped with her Bled 25 feet Tho dispatch at hand says: St'owto-dsy- ; over a precipice on to the frozen creek fair, colder Friday. below and escaped unhurt. "Of all tho days I ever Baw," Davidson was fined $25 Said Tribble, William A., and costs for assaulting Heathen Moore, "Yesterday was far the coldest ono of the Blue Grass Blade, who was acquit' I ever sat in a sleigh." ted on the grounds of self defense. "My noso and ears got frozen still, One of the heaviest snowfalls in the My face got very blue, history of this country was Febrimy 19 But worst of all I have to tell, to 24, 1717, when the enow remained five My girl got frozen too." "I believo you aro right," he said to us to seven feel deep all over New England. "This aleighing'B not so nice. In tlil tort of weather any way, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 ant going to tako your advice." well-sprin- Our Stock of... Drugs, : Books, : Paints And Oils is i house-keepin- g LARGE WELL SELECTED. G.L. PENNY. Exr. And prices the very Lowest, quality considered. We can save you money on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Come in and see. jfaxs Is The Time To make your Spring Wappers, Shirt Waists and Wash Dresses. six-ye- Ex-May- or We Have The Goods See our Court Royal Pique, Princess Ducks, Percales, Sattecns, Taffita Moire. You should see this Taf-fita Moire, Court Royal Piques, the newest thing out in wash goods. rt MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. J. : T. : STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, Prices on the Bottom Shelf. ;tg$u.. $$. ,., $ Remember we are leaders in prices. We don't wait to find out what others are selling goods at and then meet the price, but we are first; others try to sell something just as good. Cottons still going at lower prices than advertised by any one. J. BAILOU, M. D., Kentucky. SEVERANCE & SON. Stanford, TO THE X.ASZBS lr NEW STOCK .OF. Collars, Hames, 1 n PRUITT, AT Trace Chains, Home Made Breeching, Blind Bridles, &c. Clover, Timothy Seed Oats, Plows, &e. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. Yeager : & : Cooper, Livery and Feed Stable. Farris & Hardin .Dealers in. AoAiN.-Sherii- Chinaware, Glassware, Onyx Tables, Lamps, Water Sets, CANDIES, NUTS AND FRUITS They beat the world. BBSSSSBaBSaSBaBSSMSBnSBBBIBaSMSHSSiaBBBSSBSBSiSBSB M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- UVERY, FEED & SALE Stanford, first-class The St. Asaph Hotel Which is under their management, is headquarters for the traveling public and is one of the best hotels in the State. THE BLUE-GItAS- S HERD OP Duroc Jersey Red Swine If. H. Bronaugh, P.ror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. fi Stock--. Breeders secured from thi best herds In several different;States. iih fr nth) best types oi Rcgisterd Correspondence Solicited. first-cla- THE WEEKLY .tffilg TfflrTffL-FLSWg- . B.K. WEAREN Sells the Gemuine " Gibbs' fK599 nSSM Cliii COURIER-JOURNA- L Imperial McCor-mack- THE IMPERIAL STEEL LEVER HARROW.' Iricktti.ittHlxstaMcl 1S All SIMI U 1ST. ' tuw, lira a titMpirttttu txr fsr TMtk u Uir. arms. Su tntk y It i - no-tic- e IIi IV . Plows, Afe t Weekly ifiSSSSfSSKS&sS "C. your neighbor who runs one and will have no other. Come and akHSSll4lAJiiiJzl..aWkfcaaalbKflH get prices and see the Plow before buying. w. L. WITHERS, Salcsma n. ui j - M 1 - Ifea Bar TU Mu scrsss lis Tsf. ""f t, NtM4ltsaIn -n cunt 1 II Us tt 1 lariMl tfru4 Barstw, uny strD 1 . ma it j V Mninnnw. i The best Plow on the market. Ask i v -- V-T-" V?" ,rSf- - r?t ff r? i m HL Semi-Week- ly fe Symptom. I have moved to my new Hotel and am bcttti Ho pondered in silence for a moment ,iepartd than ever to accommodate the public. Jood Livery attached and every convenience When the ormolu clock had measured Give me a call. a moment lie spoke: yy FKANK KILKY, .Dralert! n. "Darling," ho said, "do you think your futher divines my purpose?" MAMIini.VO, FATIIEK OK TltOTTERS. Tho lovely girl did not ponder at all. blo for a canter on a cold winter day Sho answered nt onco. His tompornment was simply indomitaKv. "Egberthold,"sho whispered, "I think old stand ol J. D. Grien in At th. ble, ami ho transmitted it to nil his deho suspects. For upward of a week scendants. now ho has devoted an hour each nfter-noo- A I.juIIch. Hustonvlllo, - - Kentucky. Mnmbriuo, father of th American practicing tho drop kick lias juit received a teauliful line of trottor, was tho most distiuguinhcd of bag of sand." Detroit Tribune, with a Mils Moore wttl arrive Ocfolcr ill, with every thine that It new and nvbby in the way of all Messenger's colts Ho was a gray, Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, Ac. and tho high spirit of tho great horse is Mint Cordial Franknes. Furnituro and Stoves. well depicted in tho painting from Mr. Dobbins had been urging n friend Pleat call and jilt which tho newspaper pirturo is repro- whom he met to como nnd dine with Inj; Mypucet ex iminc my lowest. before buy Genuine Oliver Clillro Plows Step in and set a shall be the Ihanling Fjynice line cf Kocklng Chair and Kurnilure. duced. A moro beautiful horso uover him nt his home. Tho gentleman still you for pait favors, respectfully, tloves (.hrapcr ttau iver bttvtc. KATK iiUDDKKAR, .Manager. stoppod. Mnmbriuo was owned by Low-i- s hesitated in accepting tho invitation, LI ery Mat.1. and lllacksmilh &hep For Kent Morris in Now York and was a colt so Muster Thomas concluded ho hud in 1S0G. Thoy had haudsomo horses in best put in a word. "You better come," Tommlo advised America oven so far back ns that NATIONAL BANK Ono fact concerning tho American him. "Wo don't hnvo nny great shakes IV W. GUKEN, Proprietor. trotter is not generally known. It Is of dinners right nlong, but ma nlwoyu OK STANFORD. KV. : : : Kentucky. that nil trotters nro originally from slings herself when we liavo visitors." abroad Judge. Tho remedy is that suggested by our Arab stock, and thcro is a largo infuCapital Stock- - Q20O.OO0 consul greater caro and honesty in tho sion of tho oriental blood in thorn To I am still running this Hotel std A I'nrullnr Sliullr. .'.- .Surplus my ciirsu iho pulitist alien will continue t K' 2I.3O0 preparation of our export food prod- this day tho practiced oyo can detect in Mr. Wcstsldo Doosenberry's wlfn as well as the best the nutlet aflurdi. them a rotemblnnco to tho famous barbi has died. Sho was nn excellent womuu ucts. It is rank folly to yell "retaliaAttention of the public is invited 10 lbs fac tion" and urge President Clovoland to of thu divert. n much better woman than ho Is a Special Attention to tho Travelithat this is the only Natioual llaak in Stanford uso tho big elnh in his hands in return ng- Public. Under the provisions of th. National Hank Act man. Tlio Thoroughbred Mule. depositors are secured not only by the capital If pure nnd wholesomo products nro Mr. Eastslde That's so. Now Doosen- slock, but bv the stockholders liability lor aa Somo ton years ngo n neighbor owned scut abroad, wo shall hear nothing of berry Is a widower, and he reminds 1110 amount equal to the stock, so mat depositors 01 a vicious, runaway, kicking maro. After of a stalk of asparagus this Institution are sccuied by a fund of 500,000 such complaints. Wo havo almost growing In a : : five sworn statements olthecondition ol the bank mined our reputation for export rotated attempts tosubduo her sho was garden. art mad each ) carlo the United States ....For a given up ns n hopeless caso. Sho wns checso by sending over tho nbominnblo and Us assets are eismlned at statsd lime "How so?" lired "Well, you sco his better half Is un- IIKSTLINE TO TUB NORTtl ND KAST. by government agtuta, thus inuring additiloas Refreshing Bath, Hob or Cold, nxlo greaso "filled" cheeso and tho car nnd to Unspail, nn imported Porohoron, tnd perfect safely 10 depotiloie. turned to pnstnro. Tho fonl wns of der the earth." Texas Slftlngs. wheel "white, oaks. " Tiiat our seeds aro This institution, originally established as tht All line. Irom the South niske diiccl conncc A stylish Hair Trimjor Cltan Shave, go to lions in Central Unljn Suilon, Cincinnati, with Deposit Hank of hianlord In 1I3I, then adulterated does not admit of disputo. tho Percherou typo in form, color nnd nea as the National Hank ol Stanford In iS6j and Tills It Highly rr.ii'tlciihlc. tbrunsn tramaol the"UlK Koui" to t'hlcK'J. ht aa the Flist National Hank ol again CJook & Farmer's Barber Shop. On tho floor of tho sonato Mr. Paddock disposition, but retained tho dam's l.nuu, muianaoii,, (.olum'ui, (.Ictriana Mrs. Mnryatt I always manage to Yoikand llodon. For lull Intotmatljn callHew Slantord in iMt, has had practically an d on made such nn oxposuro of tho adultera- quickness nnd endurance It won first eiistenceol 3s ycais. It Is bvtlcr supplied tions of food stuffs and drugs in this premium at tlio county fair as n year- get my husband furiously mud at mu if nesrest K nt or address now with tacilitics lor trautaUing business prsmpl ly aud liberally than ever before in Its long and Ho sure jour tkkU read tia "IIik country as should havo startled tho na- ling. 1 havo owned her eight years, nnd I want to get a favor out of film. honorable career Accounts of corporsllons, Mrs. Nuwcd That's queer. What B.JO. McCOUMACK, I). II. MARTIN, tion into an exterminating whirlwind a better horso for farm work I nover films and Individuals itspcctlully Pass. rathe Msngr. Gen Psis and I'M. Aft. for? of wrath against theso thieves, but tho saw. Tho Perchorou cross gave weight, Cincinnati, O. Directory ol this Hank is composed 01 Mrs. Mnryatt Then he always scolds LLabBH Th Tn r form and subdued tho temper of tho pure food bill still slumbers in tho Forrstua Keid, Lincoln county j mo frightfully nnd nfterward when he's room, put to sleep by judicious dnm, but sho retains enough "vitality" S. T, lUrrii.Lluoln; COPYRIGHTS.to resent n whip nnd mako her a hard repentant has to make it up by gruntlobbying. Breeder's Gazette. J H. Collier, Lincoln; For a tJAM I OBTAIN A PATENT? pass on tlio road. Tho hired ninn ing my request Chicago llccord. 0110 to Trompt answer and an boncst opinion, write to J. W. llayda,Staolord; described her correctly, "You can talk MUNN fc CO., who haro bad nearlytuty years' Only Direct Line between Read aud Ilccd. S.H llaughman, Liccoln, An Ornithological ICeason. experience In the patent business. Communications itrtctlr confidential. A llnnrlbookof In. Keep your harness soft and clean, par- her Into doing anything, but can whip J S. Hockcr SUntord; Mamma Why are you always drumformation concerning ln tents and bow to obW A. Trlbble, Slantord; ming ou the sido of thu house, Tommy? tain tbom gent free. Also a catalogue- Of nech&a-le- ticularly tho iusido of tho collar nnd her into nothing." and scientific- books sent free. "Tho ufo of a Shropshire ram added M. D. Elmore, Stanford, Shortest anJ quickest between Tommy Because 1 am like gobbler saddle, as tho perspiratiou, if allowed Patent taken through Murm & Co. receive T, P. Hill, Stanford. to tho valno of this year's mamma. cpcctal notice In tho HclentlBc Atnerirnn.and to dry in, will causo irritation and thus are brought widely before the public withGeorgetown nnd Parle, K. L. Tanner, lie Kinney; flock, of lambs," said Mr. Hill as wo Mamma Whyarcyoullko n gobbler? Frankfort, Mnyavillo, Oynthinnu, galls. out cost to the Inventor. This splendid paper. Cnxllfllo, M J MIIU. Alt. Vernon-Issued weekly, elegantly Illustrated, has by far the - stood looking at 75 black faced half Tommy Becnuso I have a pair of Tho collar should fit olosoly, withsuflargest circulation of any scientific work In the S Hocker, President; Falmouth and Oovlnffton. bloods. Standing at ono side of a fivo drum sticks, but no drum. Puck. ficicnt Bpaco nt the bottom to admit your AsV for tickets via Krutucky Midland. Trains Joha J. McRoberts, Lsshicr; Uulldlng Edition, monthly, fiSOayear. Hlnglo run by Central Standard lwn. copies, v.) cents, tcvery number contains A A. McKttiy, Astnunt Cutler. hand. A collar too small obstructs tho aero field, ovcry ono could bo distin hi colors, 'and photographs of new TinueTabla Dec 30,1894. A New lglnnr. guished by its extra size. Every buyer nouses, with plana, enabling builders to show the breathing, whilo ono too largo will design aud secure contracts. Address Young Wife When my husband gets TRAINS EAST. latest No. 1. No 3. No j N. 7. cramp and draw tho shoulders into au within 20 miles wns hound to have MUNN flt GO- - NKW YOHK. 301 BboADWAT. a, m. p. ru. am. p. m crods uuuatural position, thus obstructing tho them, and a considerable advanco was my I always threaten to go homo to Lv Kraaklort A syo ty 4 j Co 700 mother. A. O. Lanhan circulation. offered for thorn ns tho result of tho John B. Cattleman. " Klkborn... .......... 7 11 85s 140 440 Old Wife Mercy, child! how simple " Stampmr. Uround 7 j competition. Wo not only rccoivo added 315 30a 930 Never allow your horso to stand on " Georgrtownll. 7 47 319 1000 5 43 Or STANrORD, KV., hot, fermenting manure, ns this will weight or valuo, but also mako a market you arcl You fthould threaten to haro Art. C S. Depot 331 iioj j ;o Is now fully orgsnucd and ready lor business .755 4 C " Pari by producing something a little belter your mother come to you. Judge. wits i 30 J" soften tho hoofs and bring on diseases of than tho nvorngo. the foot, nor permit the old litter to lie Ilrottier. Paid up Capital of TRAINS WEST. No. s. No. 4. No. 9 No. $200,000 I know of n man who ten years ago nndcr tho manger, ns tho gases will "How many are you, awret rnatd,M I aiVo4, a. ra. p m. a. m was making only 135 pounds of butter Surplus, . With n smile Hire the lltfht or heaven Lve Pari ....C..... 9 45 A 000 3 y taint his food and irritato iiis luugs as C. S. Depot Bho counted her two and her sister's throe 64s 1037 is it por cow, who now gofs vory nearly .'100 well ns his oyes. "Georgetown II 104a uj 643 345 Fiance 1 by them net free. " Stamp's Ground 10 g I 03 Do not keep tho liny over tho stable, pounds. From natives to high gratia SUCCESSOR toTHK.MNCOLN NATIONAL 7 03 617 And answered: "We nte seven," " Klkhoro n 16 7 so 645 BANK OF STANFORD, Jerseys is tho ladder which led to suc40 ns tho gases from tho manure and tho Detroit Tribune, s 00 Arr Kraokf.rt A 1130 733 713 cess. At tho Cornell oxperiroont station of tho auimnl will mako it un&CASTLEM AIS breath CtltCUMfiTANTIAI. KVIIJKNCB. Leave Krankfort 8:30a.m. ; arrive at Lexington Now closing up) with the samt asstltaud uodei nro cows which hnvo given $150 worth the tame management. wholesome. 10:43 a m. By provisions of its chatter, depositors arc ai MANAGERS, Leave Krank fort 7 a, m.; arrive Cincinnati at Kindness will do moro than brutality. of milk in a year. Yet 1 helievo a thorfully protected as ate depositors in NaUonaJ ZZZ. :oa oughbred female of this stock has nover C .l,la ISKvrtrTtX Thereforo do " 10 Leave iu. Frankfort 1:39 p. m ; arrive Cincinnitl Hanks, iu shartholdeis being held Individual!) CJomaaerco Buildirg Louisville your horso ornot uso harsh Inugnago to been owned there, My brother-in-lahaole to the eitent ol th amount ol their stack 813 p, m. lash, beat or kick him. therein at the par value thereol, In addition to thi SUNDAY TRAINS. Agents throughout the South. Bear in mind that ho is very intelligent had n lot of hens that nover paid for shares. It may act as Win-Lea- ve Georgetown io:j7 A. M.; arrive amount invested in such, Irusti-c- , j a "45r l Is eaecutor. adinimstri v Tm' Ac, as fu'ly M nud sonsitivo, n willing servant, aud do- - their feed, no purchased somo Whito at Kranklort 11:30 A. At, an individual. Leghorn cockeiols and P. M ; arrivo tl a East Leave Kranklort To thoie who cntiusled their bulsincst U ui TEIBBLE, Local Agont, sorving of your kindest treatment nnd j of pullets. They wero raisod to fine lotJL Georgetown 3 15 P. M while mnagiiiK the distiiihard thought Leave Kranklort a 33 p. m ; arrive Cincinnati Stanford, we we here Lincoln National tlank ) hTANFORD, KV. lenderour many thanks and gnish from full bloods, began laying in 6. as p. Romcmberthathorsesnromado vicious they will continue to transact their l.uttnm Leave Cincinnati 7:30 a. m,; arrive Frankfort truit us, offering as a guarantee with by cruel treatment; that moro horses Novoinlmr nnd gavo a profit of $2 each f' pioinpt atten11:30a m. tion to same, out tHtuty years' ospcriocic Portland aro lamo from bad shooing thaii from tho first yonr. As n rule, I do not bo- 3an,Francisco. The Kentucky Atidltnd Kalwayand connec- banking nndas libera! accommodations as !! c-- It tions form the shortest and chcantt route to all liovo in gradohens. but this ventnro was oil other causes; thatn careless applicaistrot with sound liauking. points South, Katt, Sorth and West. "World's of tho "hundredfold" order. For further information apply to their agent. tion of tho whip has blinded ninny DIMSCTOMS C. D, II Kit CAW, Gen Pais. Agent. For a snro, decided nyo opouor in visi- horses; that moro fall from weariness 7 GEO. ll.HAKPKlt, Itcc'r&Uvn Supt J J Wl!sn,s, Mt Vctooi, than from any other cause, nnd that no blo improvement I think that tho uso of Frankfort, Ky . II Slisnli, VIA No auimnl should over bo struck upon the a Choshiro boar takes precedonco. J. S, Owiley, itililrrd; mnt tor what form, color, si?o or disposl- head. Massachusetts Society For tho S J. Kmbiy SieHfere!, TdT T.'VTT ? wTT.', tion tho sow may be, the litter will bo oSW 3llWiJg.sitf?M&fel!fr Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. J. II 0slry, Staalrrl; white, long bodied, easy keepers, early J F. Cash. SUnler.l. Live Stock Notes. maturing, fine haired, quiot pigs. Wl'liam Oor-blnlid; Ah'S Breed moro nho nnd moro quality in- havo yet to find a person who ever saw A, W ( ii w hi.MIi'u'jmi 1, K "Hc'JISVIltt HrwMBKTS CHICASO Rfjcfj- n half blocd 01 high grado that a- - not , t, W J to rlio carriage nnd coacli horso. r "Well, well, aud truly believu II MstiVs. Pirii-'iiMix y ............... mf innu crtoiiMilr.'il. whito. My first cut tires in the uso of that our young ludy hits had an nppoint-mevmir nutiiinls' PTTIiLTffAZTSAWD WIIU t.V.bMl.l.V.1.1 Dr J II v..', , ( s)ki, with her beau." Fliegendo Blaet-teNothing good malts wero so profitablo thnt 1 PARLOR nAnc is moro weigh thorn carefully. foods for long ngo de'ldeil that I cuuhl not afford U It I o. ly aud Important il' r( ic mixing in ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE to use any othct For 15 years I havo livo stock than to mix them by weight. A Short AValt. blood used nothing RUNNING - DINING - CARS. Timothy ay is poor stuff for cow owned or but full C. E. males, either Witherby I forpot my latchkey last (J. in Rural rented. SOLD TO feed. Clour h. y is tho thing night, and when I came home I couldn't wuiie;to New Yorker. ALL TOINTC: pet iu, bo I had to wail until tho family Win you buy new hog?, sheep or K. J HEKD.O, P. A K. 11 BACON, D I' A pot up. OHIO, IHP1AHA, ILL.HOIS, U'ticn n Horso Him tlio Grip. IjOiiitviUe, Ky. Chicago, III cattle, turn thrm into n pen or yard by IManklrijrton How Ions was It, old themsolvt until you uncertain whether Steam tho nostrils by holding a pail WISCONSIN, Denver. they have not some infectious dibbaao. of boiling water, with n pieco of St. Paul. N. V. World. r man, nbout half an hour' This precaution is ospeeinll nucessnry IWISSOURI, KAHStS, about tho sizoof a hen's egg in it, Ncatlj- Put. IK k'OU ARK GOING now when I'tirop-agovoiinneiits pro- under tho uuimnl's noso. Throw a nm In love. Will yon bo my ile HEBRJISK, COLORADO, tend that we h.tve swmo plugio und blanket loosely over his head nnd steam confidante? R pleuropuenmouin among our livo stock. nbout 15 minutes nt n timo threo times I am tit your serv ARKANSAS, CAUFORHIfl, She Certainly THE dram fluid oxtract of ice. Aftor you have shown animals nt n day. Give - TEXAS, Ho Well, would you 11dvl.su me to fairs quarantine them to thomselves bolladonnn, 1 dram of chlorate of potassium nud dram of camphor nt a doso propose to you? Brooklyn Life. nwhilo arttr bringing tliom honia It is 80UIB-WSSB WHT. H0MH-WE8H oasy to cateli contagions ditmsos among threo times n day in a half pint of moUrn t'otiltl Not I'.mn It. lasses. Continue two weeks if necesyour hve'btock nt fairs SCCOND CLAGQ nnSTCLAGS, Miss Ilojuek Ila&n't Miss Tomdik ANO EMIGRANT TICKETS. In somo oountios in Iowa half tho sary. Thon mis sulphato of 1 iron 4 passed her twentieth birthday? ounces, uitr.tto of i.ot.i.iuui cuncos, . nasmvii tc n. n. 1 loui6villc wheat oron will this year bo foil to Miss Flypp No; she has been carryBEST ROUtFtO THE- -btock. lu tlio nnrthwaetern states tho nnd divi''niuro ?1 doe, ono to bo given ing It with her for beveml years. night nnd morning in bran niubli. If tho whir of the steel wheat ornshur is heard nnimal will not talco Superb It the line for you,iu its it in mash, put it Town Topics. in thu land. 'JLIMAH VESTIBUIED COACHES, FROM CINCINNATI a qunrt of oatmeal gruel nud givo Hut Snri'iistlu lliiilostie. into Short Mvonble Whero yonr owes aro iusufliciently it ns a drench. Benefit is sometimes had To Lexington, Chattanoosn, Ulrmlncham, MeSLEEPING AND DINING CARS "Do you have to treul your maid us if Make close connections at ridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon and Jack sheltered from cold, brtctl thorn so that by blistering tho throat with cauthnrides bIio were u member of tho family?" SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE aonvllle. &9TOYILLE And CINCINNATI they will lunih in Ataril or May. 3 drams nud lard n half ounce, mixed, "Mercy, no! We have to be ory kind Through Sleeping Cars to Ulrmlngliam, For all points, 'ORfOLKWESTtR., RA1LRUAS Keop thu breeding ewes in good con- nnd rubbed on cold. Repeat in two and polite to her." Standard Albany, Kno jvllle. Asheville, Jackson, THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Vlcksburg nnd Shreveport. CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. raggaGE CHECKED THROUGH dition. Many ewes aro lost by having weeks if necessary. A Woman'd Itlt'ii. Through Tourist Sleeper, Cincinnati to Loj them stnrt in to winter in poor condi- of For any information Write for Rntc, Mnt, Time TabV, DcscrlpUv Angelei and 5an Pranclsco every Thursdny. Dentlbt Madam, will havo to tiou. Such owes, when they thcmsolvcs Toxas has moro beof cttttlo than nny JOES. IUCE. Agnt, Ky 'omplilcls, to any Station ARvnt, ot to Direct Route to the Southwest via New OrStanford, In your mouth. havo some bridge-worOf A. McQUOWN Tmv. Pan. Agent, do not die, prodii'M dead or weakly othor statu in tho Union, New York tho ALLCN HULL, M. T. OnACO, leans or via Shrcveiwrt. W. B. PCVIIL. W. All right, doctor suspenI'ntient a'l I'M.frrsl. III., r.vatrr tsl. TrattlU l'u. Ag 3 DAILV TRAINS TO AUlTTlunnn. Inmbs. most dairy cows. unction City Ky UUt.ULK,ta. (OLtlltS,U. sion or cnntnlevor? Judgo. I10IMJL,J. Send for Literature and Time Tables. ticrmnny Had Itrol Reason to Restrict American Cnttle. rablldUod Every Tuesday and Friday Tho fact is (lint no pcoplo 011 earth AT nro so caroful os to what thoy put down 6 PKR YJCAJtlN ADVANCE thoir gullets ns tlio Gonnaus. Their gov WWhtD not so paid 82.60 will be charjed.-eminent ia paternal enough to enforco tho strictest laws ngaiust tlio snlo of K. C.LOCAL TIME CARD. nnd adulterated food prodTrain leare? Rowland at 7 Coo a. in., returning at ucts of ovcry kind. Wo nro too "dome-emtiou this sido to pay any attention 5:10 p. m. to tho adulterators of food products L.&'N. LOCAL TIME CARD. who nro swindling nnd poisoning us 1a 37 P fnirlv nr. rlmlrwill nn.i.mtm fY... Ns.at. Train going North No. 3:1, scheduled our pork becnuso it wns not " South Wo. as, tijtpm inspected m 3 3 for trichina', as nil German No aS, pork is boforo allowed on tho market QUEEN & CRESCENT. Wo blustored nbout in n ntnnuor quito in Train pats Junction City as follows: kcoping with our reputation on tho other No Notth f Mo. 1 South t sido nnd charged "discrimination," .1 30 p m 4 11.15 am j 6 ' j " . ..ia.3opra ...3 15 a m "protection to German producers" nnd , .6 00 a m to " 9 " . ... 3 40 pm nil such stuff, but hnd not tho senso to t IDo not Stop institute nn inspection of our own so that wo could gnnrnutco tho wholesomo-ucs- s of our products to n pcoplo who cat pork half rnw. Finnlly, nfter Tho had p roach od such inspection for yosrs, it was instituted, nnd immediately tho Gerinuu barrier ngaiust our pork foil. Tho fathorlaud has scheduled our chttle, and again tho cry goes up of retaliation ngainst us. Tho weaklings who utter this cry do not Room to know that if Goruinny had wanted to retaliate sho would first haro attacked our pork nnd not our beef. Our oxports of cattle nud beef nro comparatively in significant. As a matter of fact, tho Absolutely Gorman "vets" havo found somo disease in our cattlo. Thoy would not daro A cream of tarter baking pow- declare it if thoy had not. What this is wo Wo nro cerder. Highest of all in leavening disoaso is not do not know. not claimed plouro. It is tain it strength. Latest United States to bo. Possibly it is Texas fovor, as they Government Food Report. Bay. If so, they simply havo yet to Ioarn thoroughly tho nature of this peculROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., iar discaso, for it will not harm them. Now conios tho warning nbout tho ziuo 100 Wall Street, New York. in dried fruit No man wants to take ziuo into his stomach in unknown quantities, and tho German government was doing its duty by its peoplo in discovering tho presenco of tho harmful mineral in tho dried fruits which wo send o" Interior Jourm VERY SOUND COMMON SENSE. . ViOtT 3Sh JuBisaSr FAMOUS HORSE. V J&k Z&r-K not. That Voting Alnn Again. 'Did you over pay nny nttcntlon to thcosophy, Mr. Slogo?" she asked, with deadly sweetness In her tones. Tho young man admitted that ho had to C. 1.. Caller, Hedgtville, Ky. MAPLE SYRUP. T" rK; 1. 1. ft lw?..: 94 MONUMENTS. GRANITE and MARBLE. dlUACi or tent 1 hey block. 7J J.-- omrr n 4t('!i J rAUUlVlO InSunlord, for sale arc on M. In .Sunt, m tho principal Mra rf ltfp M.J Two large biickones r. ll.ctaniuru. Jill .,, , . on tho Bailing vessol in which ho had been brought to America, ho trotted up tho wharf nt Philadelphia with us much fire nnd spirit as if ho had just been let out from n luxurious land Ma- - charming it would bo to send one's Picture of Mnuirirlun, rounder or tho nstrnl self down Into the parlor to entertain, while ono's real tired self was American Trotting I'mnlly. Bound asleep." It is clnimed that ovcry trotting horso Tho tlckingof tho little clock becamo in America has in his yoius tho blood bo painfully loud that tho young man of old Messenger, imported into this wns forced to look It nnd suddenly country nearly 100 yonrs no. When discover thnt It was nt really growing so Messenger wns released from his stall awfully lute. Indinnnpolls Journal. The (llorlotit "Out in Oregon," Mild a man from thnt state, "the air is so clear that you can see tho peak of Mount Shasta in California, from the peak of Mount Hood In Oregon, n distance of two hundred nnd seventy-similes." "Hero in the east we can bco much x "I havo often thought how perfectly "Oh, It Is Just lovely 1" sho continued. A. S. TRICK, 8URGKON DKNTlSs Drujj JStoro lu the n Stsnfeid. j. karFns&co., Oillce 349 Third btteet, loulrmlle. Ky. Yaru and Woik Shops, At mippllier, Vcirnont Long OTTOii Iluildcri from original doilcui and best mate and workinamhiii Office over McKobeitt Owsley Uuildlnic fnprrlelirr; onguial jcinis and Carrara, Italy. guaranteed ileilfiit; j iatl, faction So To Tho X,dieo I w n T JONKS, UOR. i:t. - . At my (tore you will And one ol 'ho fincM stocks of Milllmry and Knibroiilcry Matetlal ever brought to Stanford, lhave paid caih fur my goods and sell them for cath, tu low that you will te forced to buy Irom ine. An examination will convince you and j ou aie Invited to make it MRS. A. A McKlNNKY. JOKES BROS,, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. .Metal and lion Kovfs sllfcllull Uuurantevd. All tools paintrd wl'h Dean's Illsck Diamond Paint guaianieed for )eait Dealers In bet cistern I'umps and Galvamrid lion tilttrs. 67.1m TO THE LADIES. and all sllts. I take the bett fiihlon Journals and keed polled on what ladies ahould wear. Prices reasonable Come in and i;lve me a trial. 1 emptor none but fmt class help. Atpreicnt I can be foundat MI11 Carrie Porter's rciidcnce on Lancaster Strive. M1SS.MARVI) SMITH, Respectfully, Stauford, Ky 77 emi I desire to call your atttutlon to the fact that I am ready toteive you In Madng in any Paint Sole pr prietors Dean's hstiinaict fb..sned lor palming Wood, Illsck Dianund Koo Ga-zott- o -- 4 J8ta-l' NvM n jVi a JTvi! W "It'safnct Tho moon Is two hundred nnd forty thousand miles away, but we can sco it on a clear tilghL" Llfo. farther than that." "0, como now." Drs rHE F. IULEY U. HOUSE Kentucky. IlILKY, Proprlotor, London. - - - J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, All Kind Pure of Coal, D. S. CAKFEITTBIl, n n Treat Fof The I O 6 a&sG. Tho Myers House, n FIRST Stanford, oter-nall- y Big Four Route, govtrc-men- t ualntei-rupte- KTtflsttRM KLBavM s, 1 snlic-te- d com-mittc- o Ky. Midland E'y, al Cincinnati and Frankfort 11 pro-dnc- o one-thir- d J J 1 Farmers Rank&Trnst ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. Insurance BARBEE Company 8- - -- 1 sssh w -- W. i-- j 111 Fair Record. ?c.-r-v-- CHICAGO ". I Ji3i! m mmnMmmism 1 NORFOLK RABLROialX h, Irt-nll- nt r. WEST TICKETS 1 11 t 1 11 RIDA s oim-pho- - STORTH WSST, 1 rMQRLEA 1 1 T. .THE NORTH AND EAST. Daily Trains Vestibuled Trains ' j 0 i k