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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895021501 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. t Semi Weekly Interior Journal, VOL. XXII. WILUAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. Mr V. V. N'1toii linn isono to LoiiIh Villo. Mr. M.L. Mooru lm ItMitsil tho Wil linmsburg Hotol. plu to put Everybody Hint Inn ico lias put up Home. Mr. G. A. Denham spent a part of this week in LoulBvillo. Hon. 0. V. Leator ha none to Mt. LANCASTER, STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1895. CARRMD COUNTY. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. OF A LOCAL NATURE. . Till alfflfftK rtl.tr trsttliin In Im n A now girl at Dr. Lovell's. vwwbiuijua iu uu Joseph Wheat, of Casey, died of ap'mimi, Borneo of pleasure to old and you tie The debating club at the Instituto is oplexy. '""' nourishing. Wm. Talbert, an aged resident of Wm regret to note tho iilnesi of Mrs. Candidate hr H'giatorof LandOllice Madison, broke ono of his legs while Mary F. Ilolims, proprietress of the Ma- - M. F. Hrinkly was here during tho week, pulling oir his boots son Hotel. Tlio wife of Dr. John M. Hide, who Circuit court convened Monday and Col W 0 Bradley is in Ilarroda- - n largo number of people wero In town, was a Miss Hay, of Casey, died a few burg thin week engaged in the Vanars- Milton Miller is thw name of a late days ago nt Covington. dall murder trial. Mrp. Sarah Simpaon, of Boyle, is arrival in tho family of George McCoy. The grocery firm of G S. & F. I). All doing well. drawing a pension as a widow of a solGaines IniH been dimolved, tho latter re- - j Tlie picture of our little nnwsboy, dier of the war of 1812. She was horn unng. Ho willgo to Usuvillo and en , F. I, Thompson, Jr.. appeared in tho Jan. 1, 1S00. gago in business The report that Jordan Burdine, of Wednesday's iesue of tlio Louievillo Mr. H H. Hitson's olegint now resiJessamine, had frozen to death originated Times. dence on Linctsler street has boon com-- Mrs. J.W. NeBbitt is very sick. We in the fact that ho was very badly frosted. pleted. Tho painting dono by A. G join in tho wish of hor many friends that Ho is still living. Scott la said to be the finest work eyer he may havo an early recovery. Mrs. Henry Copley and Samuel Brown, of done iu this flection of the country. K A. Hppert ia ill. Caaey county, were lodged in jailatSom-- J Mr. Jim Hamilton telle us ttiat hla T to only negro wo know of who erset by a Deputy United States Marshal, dogs killed 20 rats last Sunday morning, cares nothing for chicken lives at this charged with polling liquor without a liin less time than it takes to toll it and place. Some years since ho with two cense. would havo killed that many more, but other men ate six roasted at a moonHandall Adam?, who Blew United he didn't want them to break tho Sab-bat- shine still one night. States Marshal Wireman, was found guilThe Bichinond special to the dailitB ty and his punishment fixed at imprisonThe meeting at tho Methodist church greatly exaggerates the trouble that oc- ment for life. The killing was in Knox It beginning lo warm up. Tho house Is curred on train 23 a few days since On- county, tho trial in Louisville. At Harrodaburg, tho nine-montcrowded every night, whllo a good many ly one man was concerned and that was attend the day services. No ons has Matt. Pike, who got aboimllLtlieHrain old baby of Mrs. L. D. Brewer, left alone joined et, but a good many havo given here for Pine Hill. Just as tho train in its mother's room for a short, while In their "experience." started he fired oil" his pistol into tl 0 was burned to death. Mrs. Brewer was Ciit Kvanaand Anderson I.eavol, the ground three or fcur times while stand- also badly burned In trying to rescue the latter a cripple, wero arrested by a U. 8. ing between the coaches. He came in baby. Tlio new graded school at Richmond marshal and taken to Bichinond, Wed Monday, confessed Bnd was fined. -- Jack Lawrence ia again "owling" at which cost 22,000, was formally opncHiiay, charged with selling liquor without license. Both are negroes and live Sinks. Mrs. M. J. Miller has been quite ened Mouday with imposing ceremo-n'eProf. Claric, of Owen, with eight sick for some days. Mr. W. F. Kenneon 1$ title How. Tho subject of free turnpikes is be- dy, who has been very ill for some tirao lady assistants, will have chargo. of the ing disciiMed In Lincaster and the coun- at Central City, is here at his daughter's, school. Gov. Brown has appointed Rev. Dr. ty It ia meeting with much favor too Mrs. M. C. Williams, and is improving. hs most everyone knows that the toll Oliver Dillion has returned to Crab Or- W. 0. Young, of Danville, a commission chard. Mr Hugh Miller ia in Louisville er of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum. The g.ite is tho poor man's enemy. Hens" Smith was beforo Judge on railroad and other business. Mr. H place to which Mr. Young is appointed "Uncle Burnable, Tuesday, on a writ do Iituatico G. Williams ia in from Danville. Mrs. was made vacant by the death of J Mr. J. W. Proctor. inqulretido and was adjudged to tie of James Maret ia somewhat improved. Mrs. Tim Dudderar died at her home unsound mind by a jury. Ho has been This Man Can Win. at Rowland, Tuesday morning, after a growing worse for some tlmo ind wa TheGlitpiw Times, in commenting on lingering illness of consumption. She dangerou. Hu was S3 years of ago and was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred was born in Fayette county, but had the coming race for Governor says: "The ijuisvllle Critic profeasoa to be- Haley and was a splendid Christian lady spent tho greater portion of his life in lieve that C. M. Clay is the onlv demo- Her husband preceded her to the grave Garrard. crat iu tho State who can harmoniz tho about a year ago, also having diedof the party and pulverize Bill Bradley. Like HHtuo dread disease. The remains will HUSTONYILLE. all other Irishmen, Dan O'ullivan does he laid to rest in Buffalo Cemetery this Little Selma Bishop still remains in dearly love n joke." morninc. a critical condition. There seems to be a Friday night a Michigan man paseed Tho Times misstates tho case. Tho complication of diseases, and tho doctors Critic did not say M. Clay through Paris over the L. & X. 'en route that Cassias have but litllo hope for her recovery. was the only democrat in the Stato who to Mid lleshoro, with GOO bushels of poMr. W. S. Drye, entertained a few could harmonize the party and defeat tatoes in a fruit car which had extra infriends last Friday night, and spread a Colonel Bradley. litre is what it did ner walls and a .double floor. The mertable with every dish imaginable, from say: The democrats can not afTord to cury being 22 degrees below zero when the plump duck to the steaming bowl of put weak left he had of NO. 98 FOR INSURANCE THAT INSURES, SEE Kirby,TheInsuranceMan, If you want to get in t V Vernon to attend court. Circuit court clofletl Saturday iiiKiit, after four weolca continuous work. Dr. Worrell, of Louisville, la preaching nt tlio Baptist church thin week. An Infant aon of Mr. and Mra W. L Moore tiled Saturday of pneumonia. Clay, the little bou of J. L. White head, haa beon very hick, hut ia Improving. Sheriff W. B. Bennett took Jamra Bowman to the 'penitentiary Monday to servo a term of four yearn for the murder of JamcB Keeder at Barbourville. The next lecture of our lecture cou ran will bo delivered by Dr. James Hedley, Feb. 2U, at the Congregational church on the subject, "Heroes and Heroism." Our young people havo been taking advantage of the snow and spend their ovonluga coasting. A few have received some aliKht bruleea, but none have been seriously hurt. Lait Mouday evening A V. Howe, one of tho men who escaped jail hero Sunday night, boarded the train at In Knox county, and was arrcated by parties watching for him and returned Jo jjUTuesJay morning. He will no doubt go on to the pou to servo tho sev a years he was sentenced for. Daviai tho negro, Is sllil at largo and no clue has been secured as to hla whennboulB Lov-oH'- the best companies. Farmers can save money by seeing him. jMsass FIVE REASONS WHY JC JrOl. X, CIOfc C"zi!lf? V JELi HUSTONVILUE, KY. Dan Xell Bonds Cheaper than QCIiera. X 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 either 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, $1.50 per 100, best green Coffee 23c, Arbuckles 22jc, Granulated Sugar 22 lbs for Si, special prices in barrel lots, good green coffee 20c, black pepper ic, raisins, Best corn and tomatoes 3 cans for 25c, and figs and prunes in the same line. other bargains Mens' heavy boot .2, former price $3. 50, BOOTS AND SHOES. high-priced 1 8c. 0 y i. It is told of a Kentucky schoolboy whoso home la in Knox county, that J. when his teacher requested him to write DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS at such marvelous reductions that a composition on Napoleon ho presented including Indigos, blacks it seems almost Impossible. I can only mention a few. All calicoes at following- "Napoleon was wicked, the and mournings. Masonvil'e anu Lonsdale bleach cottens at ;c. All wool casslmcres and Henriettas, smirt, and his great exam but things I haven't space to 40 inches wide, at 35c. 4 spools of Clark's thread for 15c, and a thousan pie should be imitated by us all. 11 mention. Goods were never sold as low as I will sell them. Kemcmbsr my terms are CASH, or the licked tho Italians and the Prooslan and limit in rcsnonsible neoole is to davs. Alt accounts ar ) now tast due ond those indeSU'd to me will My spring sanples of tailor - make toothing now on nana at greatl reduced plcasesettloatoi.ee. the Kooslans and was rouly for more. JAMES FRYE., Hustonvllle, Ky. care how he did it as long as r"c'' He didn't ho could lick everybody. When I get lo bo a man I ahull be jest like him. Ho was smarter thau HulNIo Hill and waru't afraid of no live man. Hut when he got so ho could lick the whole world ho was loo dangerous, so the polic) put him on a an ilan. I should like to seo 'em put me timber in their per he home, stick astovejput in the punch. on an ilan." sonal or prty platform. What other car and kept a hot fire up all the way Would you know where to get the most for your Si in hard times? Tho public school closed last week, candidate appeals to the plain people so from Michigan to Middlesborq, and slept ia raid to bo ono editor In heavThero thr?fl days before it was intended, on ac- strongly as rugged, honest, able Cash ia tho car. The freight bill was 1G0. Here is the place. Fancy Dress Ginghams 4c. Lancaster Fancy ts en. How he passed through the "pear count of tho illness of tho teacher, Miss Clay a fanner, a and Checked Ginghams 5c! Renfrew Dress Ginghams student of adairs, a News. ly gates" is unknown, but Is supposed he Kate Blaine's nelce, who Is suffering blunt, gentleobstinate, All wool Novelty Dress Goods and for wrappers 7 HUBBLE. practiced a baBo deception on St. Peter from scarlet favor. Miss Kato has given man? Ho, alone, of all tho aspirants for (new) 30c. Wool filling Dress Goods i6l2c" The finest Henrietta as a "reformed drunkard" and traveling perfect satisfaction aud the pupils' ad- Qovernor, can make We get our I. Js all on time via the defeat of the deception was vancement redounds to her credit evangUt. When the made 65 c. Danville now. republicau ticket a certainty. Omar Minor, our "0!e Virginia" differed, it is stated on the authority Man young lambs have 'frozen In Iu other words, the Critic meant that of the "oldest Inhabitant" that allot barber is wearing a mysterious air, and Watt Hardin, who is the only other can this community that were a month old, the golden streets of the "New Jerusa- wo give a timely warning, especially to didato of prominence opposing Mr. Clay, T. 0. Rankin has returned from the lem" wero searched for a lawyer to draw tho colored population, to keep a sharp can not bring the full vote, if there is South and reports a very dull mule trade up papers of ejectment, but as one eye on him. He received an express anything like a defection at the dissat- this year. At 40c to 75 c. could not be found in all the "Atarry package a few weeks ago, containing a Saturday is the day set to review the isfaction that is reported in the demorealms" the editor is still thero. pair of body snatcher's hooks, and he is cratic papers all over the State. Mr. Har- new road from Carman's through Uncle every day in receipt of letters, which no din is a politicUu of A beautiful all wool suit 56.50. Boys Knee Suits 75c to $4. The the old Rchool al Green Brigut's. Half rates to Cincinnati via Queen A ono knows auythlng about, only that Many people are hunting hay and Cloaks we have left can now be bought at ;oc on the dollar. Overways an and nearly always Crescent Houte. On occasion of the An- they come from various cities. He is not lacking in a corn since the continued winter stats coats that were $5, $7.50 and $10 can be bought for half price. All an nual Suite Conference Kpworth League Mr. J. G. Weatherford spent a week Lonsdals Cottons, Green February among relatives and friends hero. MifB certain tact that passes for talent in po- with us in its severity. One lot ofcolicoes Calicoes Newport, Ky , which occurs ou Bright Swinebroad fainted and fell & Crescent Haute Annio Dunn, of Stanford, is tho gurst of litical circles, nor is he wanting in the 22nd to 21th, the Queen Lion AAA do 5c. l'eppenal R. do 5c. lhese goods and lifclees 'against the wall in his room last Ticket, 6c. will sell tickets to Cincinnati and return, Miss Mattio Dinwiddio. MiBsOllle James capacity to mount the raging stump spread his eagle like pinions and sail Tuesday. The attack lasted about an are for sale and will be sold. If you can't buy them your neighbor from all sta'tlons In Kentucky at ono faro and Bister, of Harrodaburg, entered C. C. through sunlit metaphors into the bosom hour, lie is all right at this writing. can. We invite all to come and look. If we can't suit you in ready for the ronhil trip, soiling February 21st, Tuesday. Mr. Carroll B. Heid brought of tho blue empyrean. He is Identified Dr. Dunlap claims that it was an attack made clothing we can show you 500 samples from the best tailors in and 22nd, good until February 25th, to homo four old race colts, which of vertigo. u return. Ask agents for particulars or ad- Leslie will keep for him until spring. He us closely as uiau could be with what Mrs. Robert Anderson has moved to the country and have your suit made to order. known as the "State Home ring." dress, W. C. Kinoarson, G. P. A., Cincin- bought them iu Ohio for about $1,000. ia her mother's in Garrard county. Miko That implies the group of nati. F. B. Tvsidwellialn Louisville on busi who iiave controlled the politics and the Rogers has moved to Mrs. B. F. Engle-mau- 's farm. Dr. Herring presented A. Congress ws ness. Dr. Kd Alcorn went to Longvioi oillces of tho Stato for 20 years. The Since tho havo been a total of 29 Ala., Mouday. Mr( Jonathan Russell, people are going to demand a change Bourne with a tlno girl a few days ago. elected there changed in tho membership of tho House, whilom host of the Hotel Vondomo, has next year as the best prophets predict, Miss Maggie Swinebroad has been on eleven of them caused by death, threo gone to Burgin. then what is more likely than that they tho sick list for some days. The protracted meeting closed here by removals as the result of oltclion conGen. James Bethuue, widely known will turn their utteution to those who a few days ago, with some two or three out of tests, and 111 by resignations. us the manager of "Blind Tom," is dead have grown gray drawing s ilarles Undertakers and Dealers in Furniture, Stanford.. T. 0. Blackburn, a Harrison county In Washington. tho Treasury without sbowiug any pro- conversions aud many old members renewed their pledges, while agood numDaniel Carr, his upon them? farmer, shot ferment conferred Hon. Wilbur F. Browder, of assorted stock cannot be found in Central KenCarr was accusod of mis Wednesday Casdius M. Clay is not much of a man ber claim to have received the blessing A larger and better was elected a member of the tucky. Your ho has fought oi sanctiQcatiou, which they now eoem treating his wife. democratic Stato exccutlvo committee for corporations bactuso t) enjoy and we feel that ).ho meeting moat peroiuleutly. Ho bus uot the Oaiu of Thanks. Wo deairo to from tne Third district, to succeed Uapt. thorn knack of spouting oratorical nothings. will he the cause of much good in this our heartfelt thanks to tlio citizens D.ivld Walker, deceased. Green H Kel has always community. of Stanford for their unbouuded sympa ler haa resigned as it member of the He is u farmer himself and he farming class utieeltishly. thy and kiudneBS during tho laBt days of State central committee iu the Ninth and fought for the Tlio latent coill'ure m ttiua described: Come in and When you see our immense Hie l low. Cash price? conscientious Tho hair istlouurdly parted in tho mid our beloved dead. May God bless them Hanson Kennedy wits chosen iu his lid is a modest, firm uud man who has conviction? and who also dle, with a long, bIuIo curl falling over learn how low ou can buy a nice Rocking Chair, Bed Room Suit, all ami may ho especially blees Frank stead. to carry out hid views. tho forehead. At tlio aide it iu arranged The court of appeals I: as decided has the courage Couch, Mattresses and Springs. Call and see us. Peyton In this world and that which is In the Governor's chair ho would be a in putlB ratheruneonvomioualputla, for H. HiaaiNs, J to come. that Henry D.tlaney. who killed Abide WITHERS & HOCKKR. Bolivar Buckuur, fearless Julia M. Hiaaiss Oliver, in Union county, whom ho was secoud Siiiuii ttior have tlio appearance of unduldtiu", Critic repe.its.iu spite of tho waved, riiede pulls or waves are drawu forced to marry, had tho right, with his nnd just. The Never mind tho blizzard: hum jr that bubbks from the Glasgow over tlio ears, covering the upper part ot kinsmen to band themselves together, HERK IS THE LEADER! Ynn'ra feelinc prime! mere meuuou of the fact, tho oar entirely. Sniu combs are used in and for Delauey to use such means as Times at the well freeze in winter Miuht'c arc other entries in the fastening tlio puiTa to the- low coil ol As fry in summer tlmo. wore necessary to secure his release, nnd ut.u nuked there nair Governor's r.tcct, Cadi Clay is the only at ttiu btici., wiucu ia usually worn Willi that if he so attempted and accidentally When tho winter closea can keep Kentucky in the killed Abble Oliver he should bo ncqrit-te- caudidatu that this new and umuu 1vl1.it trying arrange When tho icebergs go, dumuurauo i.iuau in IS'Jj. Loui&villo ment. There'll bo tons u' roues Critic For every pound o' hiiow. I'lio B.iijkem' ,Iagzinettlio.va ttie reSoo tho World's Fair for 10 Cuiuu. Atulcted with itheumtuldnv cent depression lias ton ttie farmers of All Freo ilr. i.. rf s, Stun, jI l.ojaiij.i, Conn., says; Upon receipt of ymir nJdicss and ij cents in N'ow Dlscov rheumatism in 'I wasalll.ctod withso severe at timesmy hack all this co.imry more llmu hundred million Thoie who have used I)r. Kinc'shavo not stamps we will mall jon our Jkmvemr could base ery know its value ami those who nrlfullo nf tho World's Columbian Imposition. last winter. It wit but was drawn that ou jne dollars lueaeu yo.tr niuco lb'J-- '. The farm oser Call on lhe now the opportunity to try it but us we want ou to liol und upd .tr.iluht, . The regular price is ..- - 4. .v.lltlt, UldbitaMb anil get n Mil 'iMtle lire. Send luvc oniwsi make the50c, druggist valud of llio wueai, cotioii and corn ciopa i til price nominal. You Mill fttdt your name to II. K. lltKk en A: Co., Chicaco. and IiihI it a work of Art and a thing to ho priro.l. It nay relief uut.I bought a bottle ol chamberlain's iu 1S92 was SlJSG.JlOO.O i0, in 1SD3 ;1,10), .New l.lle Pill a. ha.u llaloi. Afte. umii it lor three days, accord. get a trial bottle of Or. KIiir was gone and Household contains lull pao vicuaol tnc Kreai buildings, my 1 A good one lor St.is, heivy plow shoet 75c, the best one made loi $1.15. Mens' Rat shorn, Uee aril Congress, at $1,(1.15, Si 50 and $j former price $1.50, J j, 5i 50 and $j. 5). Ladloi' Kid, patent tip, $t. A first clais ladles' kid shoe on all different latM st $1.35, that other merchants are selling at $j. I will close out my present s.tock of clothing reCLOTHING. gardless of cost. I only mention a few to show how cheap they are. A food black wool cheviot suit lor men at $3 9;. Heavy, a wool cassimire pin's at $, in fact anything in lock at less raomy than You must see the bargains I havo tc properly you eyer bonght them. Agood long Overcjat for appreciate them. - ic 1 all-fire- d -- I Our Latest Sc. ! 6c. Flan-nelet- right-thinkin- Lovely Convert Cloths 4c. 3c. ofiice-Beek- er olllcd-holde- r. ar ollke-holde- rs HUGHES & TATE. Fifty-thir- d Withers & Hooker, son-in-la- Hub-sellvill- e, Hearts Will Leap for Joy - d. 1 fr-- r .to-v- .J 1 well as a copy of Uuide to tltsiuhguaranteed to do Instructor free All of hi.!i l you (food and cojt you nolhiiiR at A. R. l'enny's druc more. m Mr J A. Scrivtn, a prwmiuent mauuUct'rar of iS Eat ith meet, Ne York City, punhaied a Cough Ktmjnly liom lottlo of Chamberlain' Such druKKt H H. L"e. I'eektklll, .V. Y.back togood Mr. result" followed It ui that li tent more of the how remedy Lane for two bntllet who give thii medicine a Irul are xldoin ihoio satiified with any other whrn in need of ueh a nrrptration It n unequalled for couvlm and colds for alo by Dr. S. G. UocLer, drujgltt, Stau-fn- with deicrlpticns of same and Iserecutcd In the highest stylo ol art. If not satisfied with It after you tt it we will refund the Ma np and 1. 'u keep the book. Address 11. K. llucklvn A Co., Chicago, III. 1 rhmaatum in I 3JJ,000, anJ in IS'Jl was $ 1,1 70, 100,000 Instodlrectlins, has not relumed since. I n ive since rccooimacd ed It i vb rs and know they have been benefit Ou the three crops alouo the farmer was cd by Us u.c. rorale hi Dr.S. G. Ho;ker, slrufglst, Staa- - 1S(),000,000 buhtud in ISM and Jllti.OOO,-Oia- J ford. m d. Carlton Coruwell, loreioan of the Gazette, N.J , belie ves that Chamberlain's Ccugh Kttiucdy should be In eery home. He used it 'or a cold and It rtfectcd a xpeody cure. He says ''It is Indeed a grand remedy; I cat) recomcit'iid It to all I have seen it used for whoonlnjr couh with the beat remits.'1 at aud js cent bot(ls. Kr sale by Dr. S. G. Mocker, druggist, Stanford. n, cures piles, or no pay repuired. it is money Euarantceu 10 give perfect satisfaction orsale by refunded. I'nc aj cents perj box. Hor A. R. Fenny, Stanfoid, Ky. BuclcUn'ti Arnica Salve. for cuts, bruises, The best salve in the woiU sores, tetter, chapsores, ulcers, salt rheum, Uver ped hand, chilblains, coras and all sUa cruptious. It positively uehiud iu IS'Jl. Twelve of tho 15 prisoners coiitiued iu the Ustlellsburg jail escaped by tunneling under the building, b'eveii ol them had been sentenced to the penitentiary, one for 15 jeare. Lincoln county The VulcanJChilled Plow. Over ioo now n use in Costs less to and all of them giving satisfaction. It has no cqaul. made. it in repair and coes the wor-- hette than any plow " tslt. keep W. H. WEAKEN & CO. Jtr rr- r -- - .r'.'VtOH .? - i, t , fg. .LT.m,SlJ " iiV f x.- - ? ' iJqf'r'i'-- 9 "T--. '"' By n vote of 35 to 20 tho question of In his speech on Abraham Lincoln in INTERIOR JOURKAL tho Auditorium at Chicago in celebration of tho prohibitory amend jEMI-WEEKMr. Watterson clniined ment was defoated in the North Dakota of his birthdrtv. that ho was inspired by God for tho pur House. Stanford, Ky., Feukuahy 15, 1895 poses he so nobly performed, and wjib The Hnrrodsburg Sayings estimates authat thcro aro 20 or 25 persons in thnt loudly applauded by the immenso gathered to hear him. If Lincoln county who will bo aUected by tho o dience W. P. WALTON. tax law. had no claim on fame, hut tho following The now cable which has recently lines from his sacred inaugural address Tiik appellate juii(;u contest for the March 4, 1S05, they would have immor- been laid across tho Atlantic weighs 030 biggest Louisville district of Boylo vs. Toney talized him: "With malice toward nonrt pounds to tho milo. This is tin when wo went to with charity for all, with firmness in the of all tho cables. had not been Jecided, Three fireman were killed, ono flro-mapress, though Thursday niht had been right as God gives us to Bee tho right, let and n citlzon are missing, and eight set for its final consideration. When the ui finish the work wo are iu, to bind up to the Nation's wounds, to caro for him firemen and one citizen injured ns the board met Tuesday it practically voted seat Toney, by a yoto of three to two, who shall have borne the battle, and for result of a fire at Lynn, Mass. The Southern Railway, in response Hendricks, Ueadley and Halo, attorney his widow and his orphans, to do all of State and treasurer which may achieve and cherish a just to a demand that a 10 per cent, reduction general, secretary respectively, voting in the alllrmatiyo nud lasting peace among ourselves and in wncea be restored, haa announced to its employes that it can not afiord to do and Gov. Brown and Auditor Norman in with all nations." BO. the negative. A motion to reconsider Tits democratic co ivention to nomiRepresentatives of the Standard Oil was immediately put aud carried, howetlectoil till nate candidates for State oflices will be Compauy aro prospecting In Wayno ever, and an adjournment held June 25th at Louisville and the county. Ono of the wells tested by last night. The question hinges on wheth county conventions June 15. The date them produced 1,100 barrels of oil in four er the ballota remaining in the boxes chosen is a compromise between the days. s tall be counted and Treasurer Halo wishes of Clay and Hardin and tho State The removal of tbe tariff on homp wanted more light on the subject. It is will be da executivo committeo was unanimous in his caused a fall in prices for "breaking" niw almost sure that Boyle its selection. A large number 'of lead from and $1 50 to 85 cents. Tho price cl ired elected, which will give the reing democrats attended the meeting and of hemp meanwhile has risen from $o to member of the court. publicans another there was a general desire to unite tho $5 20 per ton. Col. Bradley mounts the raging fictions and make a vigorous campaign. The South Dakota House defeated When Btump and beRinB to tell how much men-e- y There is to bo a great deal of getting to- the resolution for a constitutional amend the gether if we elect tho next governor, but ment giving women tho nght;of suffragei Dick Tate and his pals stole Kentucky treasury, it wont do much we haven't lost faith in the good eenee which had passed the Senate by an algood to retaliate by saying the repuhli-ca- n and the loyalty of the large body of most unanimous vote. The titlo of the bill introduced hv treasurer of Illinois stole more than democratic voters, and are confident that of Tate, but it will we will do all the better for the little Mr. Vilas convoys tho real sense md $100,000 in excess meaning of tho bill better than most ti show that sorry sheep aro found in all scare the rads have given us. flocks. The record of public robbery tles do. It wss "A bill to Bavo tho Amor Another man is Becking cheap and ican peoplo $10,174,770." BhowB that the republicans havo alwayB when compared brief fame by abusing his betters. At a A warrant has been issued at My made a hand and a half Congressman aud it is the part of Philadelphia banquet, field for tho arrest of D. Hargrove, charg with the democrats of Massachusetts, called tho for their speakers to exercise Walker, wisdom ed with having attempted to realize on president and secretary of the treasury his father-in-law- 's estate by giving a doeo prudence and caution. Lr n quality, weight l,500lbs., at $3,121. Winchester Democrat. "Soup" Perkins, the jockey, is only 15 years old, but he has contracted with Byron McClelland for nico little sum of $7,500 to do his riding this year. A man of Middlebury, Vt, started for South Africa last week, taking with When you can, come to the Louisville .Store'and Morgau stallion and 10 him a high-bre- d Angora goats, which he got in California. is in the reach of all. This is for the Ladies. Dungarven, n selling plater of no particular account as a raco horse, won more races than any other horse during last season. Ho ' started 53 times and ROod ITS NO USE 10 SO COLD. get an outfit that ,'i won 21 races. Mat Cohen, of Richmond, and R. P. Fox, of Lexington, havo formed n part nership nud will handle trotters as well as saddlers this year. Their headquarters will he at Richmond. T. B. Bright, ot Boylo county, Bold his crop of tobacco Ht the Ninth Street House this week at au average of 7 cents for leaf, lugs and trash. It was about $1 more, than he exptcted. - Farmers Homo Our $2.40 Outfit For Ladies. following articles: 10 yds dress gingham, 5 yds colored Hamburg to match for trimming. A good corset, a suit of underwear, pair of nice hose and an elegant pair of Dongola patent tip shoes. All for 2,40. For the S2.40 we can sell you an outfit of the tl Wairen rarely tukes a walk around his Wyoming morning's farm. One icason ia that it six times ns big as the State of Rhode Island and Iihh 0 ou it 2,000 horses, 15,000 cattle nnd 130,-00- Journal. Our $2.45 Outfit For Boys. shoes 24 to s, a pair ol good warm hose, a nice winter cap, a good negligee shirt. All for $2.4$, A stylish suit 4 to 14 years, a substantial pair of ahe.ep. I. J. Faubus sold about 700 barrels of corn last week and has completed the delivery of eamo nt Rul House for $2 per barrel. He nnd two boys raised 1,176 barrels and 1,090 bushels of wheat together with 15 acrea of oats and ordinary farm produce. Richmond Climax. Our $6.50 Outfit For Men. $6. 50 buys this outfit. A nice, dressy suit of clothes, a negligee or dress shirt, a cap that will keep your head warm, a pair of fine shoes, a heavy pair of cotton socks, a warm suit ol All for J56.SO. tin-wea- TO THE LADIES My ! ceedingly unsatisfactory to kiss a woman who objects to the operation. The only good from a kiss comes from reciprocation, reciprocity and absolute willingness. All other kisses are baso counter' feits. Mb. Clay says he ia not going to per mit Gen. Hardin to obscure State issueB by discussing free silver and the tariff. The governor of Kentucky has nothing to do with either of those issues to far ns shaping them is concerned, and he will devote but little time to them. Issues of paramount importance to the State will be discussed by him and he is going to pin his opponent down to them. Good. We have heard enoagh about silver and the tariff to produce noueea. just paid a will; panelled. Of combs Mr. Walker is a A Sr. Louis man ow $2,500 for a kiss ho took without hor hass. consent, a jury having awarded her that NEWSY NOTES. Bum on a claim for $5,000 damages. Stolen kisses are said to lie the sweetest and Winchester has opened a free soup in this instauce the thief found them to h)U80. be much tho dearest. It must be exMiss Mollie Blink froze to death in hs traitors and said they ought to be of poison to both his wife's parents. call and Insrcct MISS HCCIK I1EAZI.EV, At a Bpecial meeting of the Knights Stanford, Ky Columbus, O., It was de nf t.hnr hold at cided to form nn independent orgaivza- inn. It is claimed that io per cent, ot all tbe old Knights go iuto tho now body, Th manifest of tho cargo ol tno Of Lincoln steamer Elbe, which was sunk week be uy bed at Uopkinsville. fore last, was brought to New lor The New The Montgomery county grand jury the Uinbria Monday. A million dollais' found 303 indictments. worth of gold was lo3t, being for the orK bust- Half a million boxes of oranges were most part consigned to New Spain. nees firms. destroyed by tho cold weather in Lancaster, Ky., Tn ISfli Dr. Allen Leetz, of Scrnnton, There are oyer 9,000 licensed saloons It now In full operation, and invitta the attention in New York city and at least 40,000 bar Pa., loaned Henry B. Carey, then a poor nl ih- - hnll.Uri nf Lincoln count Y to Iti material. workmanhlp and low pncei. Note mon ffiDO. Carey weut West in a short IUP"'0' keepers. """ "" -- -" the doctor thought tils money, Isaac Bonewitz, of Huntington, Ind while and im- ttocl of Millinery and Notion,;!, kept con. itantly complete by wrclljr purchatct and jou can ilwar, find what you waut I luvilc you to r. Don't fail to sec our Samples of TO THBS CITIZENS County. Merchant : Tailor LOUISVILLE : : Suits, From one of the best concerns in the Hast. We will give you choice of 300 styles pants made to order, fit guaranteed, from S5 to $7.50 Lancaster Planing Mill, STORE, KY, Cynthiara," .... STAXTTOKD, Col. Brickinbidqe will soon be out o! a job, but he has succeeded iu prevailing on Collector Shelby, father of hia law partner, whom he had appointed collector in tho Lexington district, to give his son, Desba, a soft berth, which will las for some time. The young man with the pugnacious proclivities will collect the iacome tax and wee he unto him, who owes and refuses to pay. He will forthwith be cut, carved or shot to pieces. The efforts of tho two Posts, the Louisville and Covington, to he.ul Col. Bradley off from the gubernatorial nom iaation is love's labor lost, or perhaps t'were batter said they will not enjoy tho sweets of revango in the accoinplhh-mou- t of their pnrposa. The Gurard chieftain's chances for being made the standard bearer of his party aro no longer problematic. They aro as sure na a cent is for a ginger cake. in Georgia, Est Tennessee, South Carolina aud Northern Miesieeippi, sounds almost beyond belief, but it is bo all the Bame. At Atlanta, where snow ia almost unknown, there was a sufficiency to make sleigh riding good and those who could afford the pleasure indulged in what they may never have a chance of doinp again, iu that latitude. demnation on the proposition to elect TJ. S. Senators by a popular vote. Of course it has. There ia hardly a member in the body who could go before the piople and make his calling and election sure. Tho body feels itself above and superior to tho people and seems to re-,rd itself as their in wter instead of their servants; As bad B8 it is, the present Congress ia not totally depraved. On hearing from the country in reference to its raid on the treasury to pay thoir private clerl a $100 a month during recess, tho members reconsidered their action and defeated the ealary grab. Berry was the only one of the Kentucky delegation who had the hardihood to vote for tl e g The report of a general enow storm The Senate has put the seal of ita con- sleal. ---- --- Tub Covington Post says that Col. Bradley paid 50 cents a line for the sketch of him in the Cincinnati two-colu- and gave an order 8,000 copies. We do not know anyfor thing about It of course, but we'll wager the statement is a weak invention of an enemy. Young Jopmn, who was named for poBtmaaterat Elizibethtown is beginning to realize that an appoinmeut does not The Senate haa not con1 ways appoint. tho president's action and Mrs. firmed Helm is still mistress of the situation, where we hope she will always be fouud. Commercial-Gazett- e - tracted 85 years ago and persevered in tillbisdeath.it is believed ho might have attained a ripe age. A resolution introduced by Senator Hill, declaring it the policy of the Government to pay its bonds in gold in case the parity between gold and silver could not be maintained, brought on another clash between the metals in the Sanate, Senator Stewart at onco a counter resolution. It is now announced that the Japanof tho ese are in complete possession and warships nt Wei Chinese forts The capture is ono of the most signal successes of the Japanese so far,, uu and completely cms Tsin off from all communication wim tho outside world by the sea. The French Bteamor La Gaasogne, eight days overdue, came Bafely into New York harbor Monday night. When only three daya out her machinery seriously disabled, but the ship was short $303,539 32. was in no danger at any time, although Tho grand jury at Newport has in dieted Jerry Hastings for embezzling severe gales were encountered ou the about $6,000 of the jury fund. Ilia latter part of the voyage. She had on board 140 passongers. bondsmen have made up the shortage. Tho Marion county grand jury hna FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. returned 45 indictments against tbe Com Louisville aud Nashville Railroad Pixley, 2:0S, will bo bred to pany for alleged discrimination in coal 2:11 i. rates. Alex Martin sold to William Herr'n MonBeigneur May, tbe a yoke of oxen for f 65. nl of New York, died in Brooklyn in the Jerry Briscoe Bold to Scott county parochial house adjoining the church of traders 30 fat cattle at 130.50. which he had been pastor for more than Directly lowered his own record at 30 years. Fresno, Cal., Saturday, pacing a mile in A Blave of tho Khedive of Egypt 2:07. give birth to a girl. Had it been a boy J. F. Boone sold to Catron, of Pulasthe Khedive would have married the ki, a bunch of extra butcher cattle at 2J slave, and thuB made the child heir to cents. the throne. Hustler Russell, 2:12, pacing, will In Sweden a man seen drunk four likely be in Monroo Saulsbury'a string times is deprived of his electoral vote. next season. If any such rule is adopted in this counThe cultivation of grapes in Franco try woman suffrago will be a necessity. gives employment to no fewer than 23, Frankfort Capital. 000,000 persous. Both of the legs of Mies Eva Dooley, load of 14 to 14 A trader sold a of Boston, were amputated at the knee band mules in Atlanta last week at tho recently to save her life. They wero low price of 32 50. poisoned by the dye in red stockings Yo Tambien won 20,18o during last which she had been wearing. year, one leaus tne usi oi iiveyer-oA O. & O. train got stuck in a snow winners for that year. drift near the Manassas battle field in A car of White Northern Seed Oato Virginia and was held for 30 hours, and just received. Call or write for sample. the 50 or CO passengers suffered greatly J. H. Baughman & Co. from hunger. The drifts was 15 feet deep. Jack Chinn, the Kentucky horae- t AAA !..... mo The Railroad Gazette, shows that in man, ia saiu io ue sio.uuu timer uu il. Francisco. 1S91 a total of 442 persona were killed; winter racing at San 280 wero employes, 58 papeengers and 104 B. G. FoxboIiI to Anderson fe Harris, trespassers; 1,343 persons wero injured, of Findlov. O , a pair of including 815 employes, 410 passengers geldings for $302.50. Advocate. Senator A., 2:131, was bouglit lor L'U and S3 trespassers. W. II. Brown, commonly known in when a colt. He is a scrubby little horBe nnd about Sebree as ''Poor Billy Brown" and weighs lees than 900 pounds. Farmers are making a fearful com- recently died, Hia estate had never been nceeeaed for more than $1,000, but nlaint over their loss of lambs. If poor tha appraisers, in going through one of farmera ever had a right to kick it is now. -'- ado Hodgkin bought in Montgom the old man's trunks, fouud a package ery county a car load of fat oxen fair to containing $22,000. post-oflio- e sub-mitti- suicided by cutting a tree and letting it fall on him. The last two members of the Cook sane of outlaws were killed while rub bing a store. Fire damaged the Procter & Gamble Boap factory at Cincinnati to extent of $5,000 or 10,000. For sneezing in a theater and refus ine to co out. u San Francisco man has been fined 40 and costs. In the Russell Hotel at Chattanooga County Trustee Robert F. Craig killed A. M. Womble, bis fomcr deputy. P. G. FroBt, clerk in the at Bryan, O., suicided by taking morphine because he was discharged. Jjhn Jordan, an insurance man, fell on the icy sidewalk in Louisville and died in a few minutes from its effects. A mother and two children, while crossing the Ohio a few miles below Pittsburg, went through tho ice and were drowned. A New York insurance company reports that 71 deaths nnd 3GG broken bones havo resulted from foot ball in the laBt threo years. s It has just been discovered that N. Runsey, who served less than two years aa Treasurer of the State of Illinois Ru-fu- was gone. He has just died and left his estate of $50,000 to Dr. Leetz, who is pretty well satisfied with the interest. William U. Hill died at his home in Washington county, Pa., a few days since. He was 100 years, two months and 22 days old. But for an unfortunate SOME OF OUR PRICES: habit of chewing tobacco, which he con- Perfectly clear poplar or yellnw pine floorinc l hundred. Jipei huudred. At low aa $150 perboarding at Perfectly clear yellow poplai weather hundred. At low at Ji 30 per hundred. St co per Allpatternt and UilcVnetnot of Ceilinj In yellow per pine, poplar, chestnut and aih, at low at ti per hundred. Ioubl dretttd lumber at low u hundred, lleautiful yellow pine finlhln lumber, quarter oak, Ac. Save money by glvinj ui you. ""'"'THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL. J3 tm A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Iiranch Stores; Paris, Carlisle, Mr. Sterling, liardstown, Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. P Lawrcnccburg, Lancaiter, Ky J AS. II. YEAGEH. GEO. H. COOPER. Yeager : 8s : Proprietor! of Cooper, -- RIG To supply your want?. SUNDRIES Every article in this line is .. Livery niicl Feed Stable, STANFORD, KY. n Having bousht of P. W. Green hit Livery and added new buggict and bortet, we arc prepared to furoiili but-me- The Best and Cheapest. Toilet Soap?, Infai t, Tooth, andToiltt Powders. FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS Hai-W- i.i On thort notice. The travrlirK public will find to lurnith ui alivayt ready and willing or double, or Drum-iner- t' Cam SVagont. either tingle very LOW PRICrS. 1 lie aKCtofalkindtat town will alu find u the pro boyt in and around pie to deal with. Stop with ui when in town at couiti and entertainmenta and your hore and vo hide will be well cared for. VKAOER & COOPKR Myert Home Stable, Stanford, K y S7 M. S. IlAlGIIMiN. Fine Bristlers. lair and Clothes Brushc?, Tooth Brushes, Artist and Paint Brushes. I Brusl cs, Shaving Brushes, Naif, 5y J. W. Hai-ciiua- s Prescriptions accurately compounded. be-ca- M. S.& J. W. Baughman, W. B. McROBERTS, .Our Stock of. LIVERY, FEED & SAL.E STABLE, - Kentucky. Stanford, If you nwd livery give ut a call. Nothing but turnoutt will leave our ttable. See ut for ratet. In our firit-cla- ts Drags, : Books, : Paints And Oils is Mon-bar- s, HARNESS SHOP You will find a good attortmenl of Hamcft, Saddles, Ac. Have your repalriog done by our man, he underttandt hit liutinett. We have a mechanic in our Url-dl- et, Vicar-Gene- r LARGE -- WELL SELECTED. Wc can save you Come in and sec. BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee firtt'Clatt work and tatltfactory prices. Tiy our hone thovr. And prices the very Lowest, quality considered. money on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. G.L. PENNY, Exr. 'Bread is the Staff of Life" THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD. Ballard's OBELISK cr Flour & ttr FOOT WEAR Of Every Description. Kip, Calfand RubberBoots MenVFineShoes Shoes. in Machine and Hand Sewed. Ladies fine Kid Goods in welts m vSi Make Children's School and turns. H. -- J. McROBERTS. Always Reliable. H.G.RUPLEY,-4- four-year-o- ld the LIGHTEST BREAD, WHITEST BISCUITS. For Sale by SYEETEST CAKES. J. : O. : FLORENCE, Ii Receiving His FALL-:-AND -:- - Dealer in Gcceral Merchandise, WINTER : Stanford, . . Kentucky. GOODS. call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect J Fit Guaranteed. Give me "w J' Interior Journal Old gold nml nllvor boui-li- t. Gash or trdo. D,nkp, tho Juwolcr. Y v t r t U, naiiml for her Mrs. in tho world. Now thero aro U.SoO.OOO. Slbioiii.vu and coasting wero never ''ft' fr - Fkiiiu'ahy 15, 1895 belter. A good many ladies and gentle Wm. Beck, and tho Daughtorof tho Con- Praise God from whom all blessings flow. Stanford. Ky., EKPsssssPJPfc federacy. Dr J. B. Hawthorne, Atlanta's een- men indulge in tho latter nightly. VKilHJSiif VatVViassssk Fitted by Latest Scientific MethBnptiBt preachir, delivered a sktvmXmLr IIickb, who lina struck centra so far. E. C. Walton, Business Manager Oni: thousand bushels of seed oats for says the cold snap would continue up to sermon the other night over a telephone, ods. Examination Free. vc sale. You will aavo money bv buoIiil the Kith, with a lot up till tho 17th and and thoeo in that city. Athens, Macon, mo before you buy. B. K. Wearen. guarantee to fit or no pay. liUy 18th, when another sleeping cold wave Griffin and other towns not far distant, PERSONAL POINTS. who had telephone connection and cared will frnrzi us again. Stanpokd owners of worthless lots in your Watches, Clocks and Je.v-clr- y ' Cot, W. G. Wkuii went to Cincinnati to hear it, listened to it. Middlesboro had better boware. Tho Tub Advocate states that people who Dr. Ledyard, tho leading Piesbyte city collector adverting many hundreds were returning from from the show Tuesday rian minister of Steuheuvillo, O , baa acMns. J. F. Cummins la vialtlng riomlfl of them for sale for taxes. night saw It lightning twice, though it cepted a call to the pastorate of the Secin Richmond. THE Tiik ladies who have promised to fur- was snowing fast. Mquiru Murphy ex- ond Presbyterian church of Danville, to Mit. P. M. MoItoiuiiTd U in Oincinnnti on lejfl biiBlnefl. . nish help fcr tho K. P. supper will please plains thu phenomenon by Hiving that it succeed Bev. C. B. 11. Martin, who is Mies Mahy Buuck lias returned from n send in their donation h 1'J o'clock Tues was only a Miction from the electric now a member of the faculty of tho Up to date in Style and Prices. lights of Stanford. Theological Seminary. visit to Miss IChIIo U'o Yuaf-e- r in Boyle. day. Ladles of tho Committee. Ml88 llkTTIK HjCNDKhHON, of Lowelli The sauctification meetings have: Tiik attention of those who aro Wm Dauoiikhty, tho negro boy chargclosed and the future will now deter was tho KiK'bt ol Mrs. V. B. O'Bannon matrimony is called to the ed with stealing corn from Mrs. Elizn mine whether or not many of tho recent Miss Uou.ik Williams, of Hustonville, We Carry The Harris, wm held over till circuit court in fact that Squires W. L.Dawson and A. claimed has been tho Riicst of Mrs. l'atnclia santiflcations aro other than duly authorized G. Faulkner have been f 100 bond, which ho failed to give. Drown. to perform tho ceremony in such cases cases of nervous hysteria resulting from is always the result of a perfect-fittinTHOMPSON Mica Jk.nnik 1'ay.sk, of Cntb Orchard, Arruitthis mouth the mails will be made and provided. 'I heir rates, we .the sensational occurrences and emotion has been visiting tho family of Mr. Joe carried from Moreland via Hustonville to suppose, will always bo a little lower al surroundings peculiar to' these mett-ing- corset, which is one of the most importMiddhsboro News. Suverauco. Liberty, which will bo of great conven- than the preachers. ant items of a woman's dress. GLOVE-FITTIN- G Dr. Boyot, the Baptist evangelist Mns. Will Skvkiianck left yesterday ient) to tho people along tho routo. comfortable A Held to anhwkii. Owing to tho con- from Mississippi, arrived Wednesday and to spend a month with her parents in J. W. Sharp writes from Orchard, Tex- dition of tho wounded man, tho exam- began a meeting hero that promises great and stylish gown deShelby county. XHiMFr-T- 3 Dr. Warner's, Dr. Strong's, The. Mirh IIattik IIoi'sk, accompanied Miss as, that tho report that Wallace Slurp. ining trial of .1. S. Wickersham, former- good. Ho ia a fine speaker and thesing pends upon the corset, of Casey county, was killed and rob ly of this place, for shooting Chief of Po- er who accompanies him, Mr. Beville, to Lttxinn,ton, with the re late Julia Century, and the leading dress bed In tho Lone StarState, is not true. lice Hughes at Somerset, Christmas day, has a fine voice. A platform haa been mains of her mother. 9 u makers, knowing was not held till Tuesday, when he was built on a level with the pulpit capable Hon. M. W. Hovvahi), who wan to Tiik court of appeals has affirmed bonnd over to let tho next grand jury of Beating 50 aingcra and music will be a Opera House last niKht, is Judge Haull-at the this fact, recom 'a decision in tho caso of investigate tho case. special feature of the services. The meetregistered at tho St. Asaph. Ilia subjtct JkH Logan, got five years in colored, who mend the ings are held at 10 a. m and 7 i m , with was "Lights and Shadows of Heal Life.' the pen for shooting at Mr. W. E. Anion. Several more snows and zero weather a song sorvico at 0:30 p. m Dr. Boyet is Mad. Bailky and Mies Morton were ty.; cu- - The French Strip. have prevailed since last report, but yes- a converted Methodist preacher. A pusillanimous, dirty coward Bent an elegantly entertained during their two terday was sunshiny and tho Southern ylays Btay hero by Mrs. Cath Bailey, Mrp. annnymous letter to this office yesterday-whic- exposures lost much of the whiteness MATRIMOmALMAnERS. could only have been conceived II. Miller, Mrs. Lou Shanks and Mrs that had covered them since Christrm s In tho mind of a fiend too craven to be Will Sovoranco. John and Elenor Moulder celebraWe hope tho worst is over, but thero ia Mit. Bailky Pins, who suffered a so an assassin. We intend to find out who no telh'g. ted their 78th wedding anniversary at as being THE corset Vita stroku of paralysis a few months he Is and woe be unto him when wo do The prognostications are: General'y Kokomo, 1ml. Printed Piques, Tafiita, results. njo, is improving to fast that ho was able John Stephens and Misa Maggie that gives the most satisfactory Ir tho bacteria, microbes, animalcule fair, si itiouary temperature. Moire, Percales, Touto comedown from Hustonvillo this wtek Muse, of the East End, weio married at They are known everywhere, and and what nots haven't as many lives lon Piques, to vittit IiIh sister, Mrs. W. L. Kvnna. Ho The Advocnto says that Judge Prowitt Crab Orchard yesterday. may bo seen and purchased at all the as a cat they are all killed by this cold will remain here several days. has appointed John Nichols to Eticceed T S Hagan, of Richmond, and Misa weAther and next summer we will ho so hia brother, It. L. Nichols, aa county Bika Porter, daughter of a professor in leading dry goods houses. If not found Tiik following Wst Kml people healthy that tho doctors will find their Mil mo. Bailey's Bong recital Tues clerk, he having reoigued to become gen Hamilton College, were married TueE- - satisfactory, the money will be refunded. of the Boyle National uay. diy '.evening: Mr. J. W. Alien, Miss occupation gone and have to go to the eral or sjek an honest means of Bank. Mr. Ducks, Ginghams and Satteens, Held; Mr. L. M Held, Miss Mary Nichols waa also circuit clerk Jennie William Harris, of Jessamine coun& BATCHELLERS support. and the appointment of hia successor ty, and Miss Uzzlo Adams, of thd Ea-- t Lusk; Mr. W. S. Drye, Miea Jeesio Cook; GENUINE Mr. M. K Allen, Miaa Iou Hocket; Mr. I Adjudoid Ipsank. Mr. Ilauaoin till the November election involved up. End, were married yesterday at Bone TunMsriN's r.i John Taylor, Miss Lucy Uivens, MImis Smith, formi rly of this county, aged So, on Judgo Saufley, who appointed that Adams. (TRADE MARK) V Bnttio Lok", Dolliu William), Lucy Al- was adjudged insane at Lancaster this clever young lawyer, Mr. Will J. Price. Hiram Sims played Miss Carrie Sco t corn and Salliu Cook, ami Messrs. B. 0 week and ordered to tho asylum. While false at GalveBton, Texas, and she seekB A pa m of horses driven by Mr. J. II. Drye, J. II. Ilocker and A. B, 0. Dinwid-die- . guarding his watermelon patch two years to salve her wounded feelings by deBaughman to a sleigh got scared at tho manding $50,000 of him through tl e ago, ho was assaulted by unknown parpassenger train yesterday We have Made and Shipped to courts. ties, who beat him up fearfully and frac CITY AND Vir.lNITY. afternoon and became unmanageable. John Hollin, of Napoleon, O , eloptured ins bkuii. ins mind nas never He held to them tenaciously for awhile Tky Danks. tho jeweler's $1 Bpec's. ed with his step daughter, and his wife been right since. but the sleigh tilted and ho was thrown to get even with him, married her Cloaks ami clothing at cost at W. II. Tuesday night next will be a meraora-bi- out. The horses then dashed down Mill What relation will their Bon. Shanks'. one to the young people here. In street across Main and ran into a sleigh children be? Bakoainh in watches at DanW, the addition to the Damon and Pythias en- belonging to a German. Tho two sleighs A Minnesota judge holds that a man tertainment, there will bo a big supper wero left joined together and the bones Is legally responsible for slanders from A Full Line of Jeweler. in one of Mrs. Miller's store rooms, nud continued their mad pace till Mr. Baugh the tongue of bia wife. What baa Cupid A noon office for rent. Apply to W. after that a hop will bo given in Wal man's homo was reached. He escaped done that the little god's path through P. Walton. ton's Opera House, where the boys will unhurt but theharnees and vehicle were Minnesota should bo mado so rocky? goods and buttons at cost at w. dance with tho girls all night and go pretty badly demolished. The worst Dhxhs The Legislature of South Dakota, feature of the business is .ho was knockhome with them In the morning. H.Shankt)'. that matrimonial relief State, has reduced out of a ride with hia sweetheart. ed the term of residence required for a Every Pair 1'kont furnished room for rent, Ap Suiteii. The wives and sweethearts Ik perfection comes from practice, and divorce from six to three months. Chiply to Mrs. M. K Wroy. of the members of the K. P. lodge here will give a supper in the atoro room next there Is an old saw that says that it does, cago's only hope of rivalry now is to Kd Wilkinson Is preparing to put in to W. II. Wearen it Co. on tho night of the young ladies and gentlemen, who offer a divorce with every marriage : bath tubs in connection with his barber the 10th for tho benefit of tho lodge. are to render thu beautiful play of Daihop. Don't forget to get your supper after the mon and Pythias at Walton'a Opera NKW ADVEBT1SKME.VT.-J- . WiLKiNroN still leads. Ho beats tho play of Damon and Pythias. Tickets can House, next Tuesday niRht, 19th, will be If not perfectly satisfactory return to them and get a new pair. able to do so with the easo of finished world for a stylish hnlr cut and a clean, be had at W. II. Wearen & Co.'e, Danks' artists. They have rehearsed something easy shave. and Severance A Son's, at 50 cents. THE CLAUS SHEAR CO., like 'steen hundred times and will con- D. Bon Boslky found a 15 pound carp at Wit thought this cold and snowy per tinue to do bo till the last. A peep at Hustonvillo, Ky. Fremont, O. Big Bend In Hanging Fork that had been iod of b'i days had caused the old inhabtho performance on several occasions enGood Wh te SecJJOiU.Kor Site. killed by nn otter. itants who IimI Been worse spells of long ables ua to Bay that each ia fully up to for Jl. er duration to imitatu the example of the hia part, and that the company ia an all Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. lbs. GitANULATin sugar, beet, Furniture and Stoves. German dyes .rc. Bent oranges 'JO to L'lc ground hog and go into their holes, but atar aggregation. Tho prices have been Squiru Murphy comes to the front to say fixed at 25, 35 and 50, tho hitter for ro Genuine Oliver Ctiillf a I'lowi. Step in and see a drz-- n at 0. I). Powell's. per that tho winter of 1S03 boiU this without served seats, and already a crowded nice line of Rocking Chairs and furniture. Stoves ( hraper than ver befgrc. A pilck of M. F. Klkiu'H tender beef half trying From the week of Christmas house is arsured. Li cry Stable and lllacktmith Shop For Kent fell on 0110 of John Mieir's hands the till tho first week in April, snow, ico Tint people of Stanford and vicinity and sleet covered the earth and gave this other day, badly mashing it. Dealers in showed their appreciation of genius and whole section tho appearauco of the gla Ben Lkwis, an excellent waiter at the art by turning out in large numbers cial period. Next. , j. Myers House, and MIssMattlo Hansford, while the mercury waa near zero, to at- Nannie It. Vandeveei's Ailmr.. I'lffDelts. Nannie il, Vmlcvecr's Hrs , Ac,, WedneB-- . a colored belle, were married Maoniiikd. Thia is the way the item tend the aong recital of Mad. Cecilia Ep it- t tie NOTICE Hy an order of this given in our last issue is going the rounds pinghousen Bailey at Waltpn'a Opera on cf the decedent aro notified Com resent r:.i day night. to their the ' rrjen bv ol the preps "Thero was a sensational House Tuesday night. That thoy wero claims to ic, Commissioner properly Com'i will Ily said February 'xv Coal Yahd. Messrs. J. It. Hales scene at the Christian church in Stanford amply repaid goea without Baying, for alto ascertain iSos. report theorder the the real and and value ol personal estate of which the said Nannie I). and J. H. Crntchtleld have rented J. X Friday night. A prayer meeting was in the little lady fully eiiBtnined tho reputa died possessed and. is directed also to reMenefeo's stable on Depot etroet and progress and pious brothers and Bisters, tton that had preceded her. Charming port the Indebtedness of said Nannio U. Vande vrvr, created prior to and that subsequent to her yard In n few days. will open n coal nearly all of whom are converts of the in nersou and manner, gifted with a marriage to defendant, Owen Vandovcrr. They beat the world. R. C. WAR It EN, Feb. 8, 1805. Matter Com'r Lin. Or. Court. Tiik rails spread near Pino Knot, on sanctitlcation revival recently held there, voice almost beyond compare and cultiat a high rate, when Dr. vated to tho fullest degree, alio delighted the 0. S., Tuesday, and threw passenger were taking-otrack, fortunately, J. G. Carpenter, a prominent physician, everybody with her exquisitely render: : train No. 5 off the who is not, a beliover in Bunctification, ed Bongs and dramatic acting. In the however, injuring no one 6erioiiBly. sprang to hia feet and, in scathing terms, classics as well as in ballads she is suT. C. Ykaukk having bought thonc- - denounced preachers, believers and ev- perb. Tho latter aro always more popuWhich is under their nnnagement, is headquarters for the traveling counta ol Yeager & Yeagor, has placed erybody connected with tho craze. The lar with an audience and she was forced HUSTONVILLE,- KENTUCKY. public and is one of the best hotels in the State. Mm Rfline in mv hands for collection. All necple of Offers preachers present wilted, ladies swooned, to repeat ono or more, which she did coln and his services to the Full stock West Linof Collins Casev Counties. HKKD OF THE will please como torwaru aim and the prayer meeting broke up, iudobtod on hand. leav with obliging graco and readiness. and Caskets always Manager. D, :?. Carpenter, 95 settle without costs. W. S. Burch. log tho doctor master of the situation." Though Bomewhat handicapped by the officially declares excessive cold and other drawbacks, tho Tiik signal service Mobk Bonds. The fiscal, court met recital was a pronounced success and tho BAX.X.OT7, of tho blizzird broken, but R. H. Pror, tho backbone Tuesday with Judge Davison and 'Squires beautiful singer added additional laurels or somehow or other, it Bomehow Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Physician and Surgeon, John Edmiaton, W. !L. Dawson, A. G. to her pretty brow. Misa Jonnio Verdoesn't always make things consist. It Faulkner and JohnJBalley, who consti- non Morton, of Shelby vlllo, an excellent - ia Btlll pretty blizzardy here, thank you. fn 'iihfrjnt'n bsst types cf Regiiterd tute it, present. The question to consid- pianist, travels with Mrs. Bailey and Milton Elliott w: a er was the aalo of bonds to meet the de- renders tho accompaniments for her Office in llrick Iluildlngnear Methodist church, Stock. Ilreedcri secured from the best herds In several differentiates. Correspondence Solicited. Pkospkrino. Prof. residence with Kid. Joseph llillou, on Danville here Monday and in response to inquiry ficit and liquidate pressing claims. There Bongs. 83 l'ike, until further notice. o,S,l- - finrrnr(l Col effO 18 moving 00 is due tho Kingsville turnpike $2,750and 'CHURCH AFFAIRS. TMT1vIprTSL PTSWg. smoothly in Its work, with an increase other amounts outstanding. Tho demoholidays. The cratic membora of tho court, Messrs. Kav. B. A. Dawes has nccoptod tho In Its attendance since tbo anrnllmmit to tho present is about 130 Bailey and Dawson, thought that $4,500 pAstorato of tho Highland Baptist church COURIER-JOURNAL in bonds would.bo ample to satisfy all at Louisville. with representatives from 10 counties. Sells the Gemuine " demands, but the republicans) stuck to Kov. W. P. Fife, tho "drummer a ten page eight column democratic newspaper. John Whkkldon, accidently shot Plato fo.OOO and sale to that amount waa orderhad 150 convetts during hia re- Is contains the best ol everything going. HEN-UIt Ctillii). at a turkey shooting near hu ed at the April countytcourt. WATTERSON is the eilitor. Thia will vival at Princeton. (sSSHsKssBBsssssssssssssssPBEssssssB banks. Tuesday. Tho ball outered tho make tho bonded indebtnesa of tho coun Tho Sunday School scholars will put PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. back near tho ep'ino and camo out under ty J29,000,;created with the exception of a memorial window in the' Methodist The WF.KKLY the right breast. Itia thought that ho $ 1,500 for tho building of turnpikes. It church at Danville to John W. Proctor. very liberal terms to agent , and gives treemakes prenan not recover. Both nro prominent ia pretty bad that tho bonds have to bo and ol clubs. Rev. Kdward Davis preached a ser- miums for PremiumSample copies sentthe paper any Supplement free to of this couuty- page four citizens of tho South End sold now, but it waa mado necessary by a mon on dancing in San Francisco, and address. Write to THE IMPERIAL STEEL LEVER HARROW? tromendoua and unforeseen increase in by way of illustrating his remarks, exo L TheCOURIER-JOURNABritlitl. stUckU U tut Tiik Advocate says that thero is on exCO. 1? cmmt. tra siws fir tho road claims and a reduction in the cuted a few fancy steps In tho pulpit. traupKlatloa tvsr ss 1 I Tmi tat Imr. I I hibition at Logan Denny's drug store "a LOUISVILLE, KY. rHR.lMS tMt V HUlaatla Irta Rev. J. U. Hopper wb tho guest of It It rs Mt f stand mado of carved tax rate. Judgo Varnon explains the npflt The II Waili C1p t Tt It 1 Si.iiy HrHi 0nrsl.a The best Plow on the market. Ask U Bir. Tl lara I iNMrttrtMwtftl. is tho work of (illicit by stating that tho road claim8 his sister, Mrs. H. S. Withers, a coup'e wood and cow horns and & t PIIWUI your neighbor who runs one and Weekly Interior Journal, .'l acrft. ma wero $2,200 inoro than.'provided for, there of days, returning from n meeting at Serai Mr. W. P. Givene, who does not make And The will have no other. Come and nnv nartlcular claim to being anything waa iOOO lotion railroad assessments, $000 Richmond, where ho won 28 aoulo to " a that the bankelhad held back, which was IiIbvbbbbbbbi get prices and see the Plow before farmer." Mr. Courier-Journ- al Christ, 20 ol whom joiued tho Presbyte. except a turn hia hand to anything and thought to he paid and$300insuranco on rian church. can buying. Will be sent one year to any address for 33 7C. 'THt BUCHBR A COMPANY, Tho Golden Rule says that 14 years Address CIMt PLOW tO rs l4't- Canton, Ohio.. . W. P. WALTON. at sewing and knitting can get away with public buiidingsjthat wero not taken in IWMsUlatiM Put. MH W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Musi tmBmm.t,tiMi-L. 83 to consideration. Sttnford, Ky VWI ago there was but ono Christian Kudeav the average girl. grand-mothe- r, -v- J. W. Bum hnve anoth- or Society. and there are morn t'inn er daughter at their house, Winniu Day .'J7,0' 0. Then there were but 48 members Miw. To-da- y Ma V f '""al fltte$M rmSSlm. 4-- SPECTACLES m A DANKS, "A Fine JEWELER. P. 0. Dan-yill- Figure" g rx-ar:-- s. well-fitte- Iliins iT lee-tur- m THE SILVER, "Glove h il, Fitting"NeW n --j -- Veriaines. ;. book-keep- er poor-hous- v.'v--.wJk-,- nvF-FlTTlN- r. Severance .nvvx, & Son. m South-boun- d bus-band- 's o HIGGINS & McKINNEY, Shears, Scissors, &c, FULLY m J cer-tilicit- e. WARRANTED I -- S. CAHFEITTER, Earns & Hardin The St. Asaph Hotel, BLUE-GIIAS- S Lincoln Circuit Court. T T Chinaware, Glassware, Onyx Tables, Lamps, Water Sets, Van-deve- CANDIES, NUTS AND FRUITS J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, m ' , J. H. M. D., Duroc Jersey Red Swine Bronaugh, Stanford, Kentucky. m THE WEEKLY B.K. WEAREN ovnn-gellst,- Y Gibbs' COURIEIt-JOURNA- L Imperial bric-a-br- '', -tawt-s- il. Clip i. .. - '' Plows, blue-cras- s Giv-en- Weekly , J aiw-a- . . m ra. f 't""!1 --- sssr , i. 'f u Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa YJCA-T- t WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. Hare .Mn Still n Tew Hljjlits Tlmt Women published Every Tuesday and Friday tJ2 rICil SO When not so paid If jVT v.a.nc.iu charged." 32.60 will be YOUNG GALLOWAYS. AT j'o No. K. C.tLOCAl TIME CAHD. Train leaves Rowland at 7 too a m , returning at P m. L&N. No. 5. " No s6, " LOCAL TIME CARD. 3; P m p .... " a. Train going " No. tJ, " " North.. " " South .. . 1 11 111 " ..11 .. j 51pm S3 a m QUEEN & CRESCENT".: Trues pan Junction City ai fo'lows: North No. 1 South f - 3 ' ,,.,i is 1 m No 4 " f ...130 pm .. ..njopm " 6 ...315 am s i ...600 am ' 840pm '' 10 " 9 t'IDo not Stop Prize Winner. From n fluo plcturo in The breeder's Qazottoworeproduco tlio following portraits of two young Unllowny cattla Thoy bolong to a prizo winniny lien! in Minnesota. Tlio fluo woolly coats of tlio Galloway dodtiios liavo novor been seen in n to bottor ndvautago than tliey nro boro hbowu. Why touio people fjo to so much fuss and bother breeding n cross botween the civilized cow nnd the wild bullalo to got either n curiosity or mj improved hide it is bard to undor pic-turo Theso Two ltelmiR to n llertl or Itrnuttftil jnt SBBsdLuBBiamSSL BBBBTCBiHililBBBBBBV sBBBawtSsiiiiiiiK S?i ' j- -i LllflBlllKSBsVjWJ Absolutely -- L. Powder J ' BaKlQsHsisiiiiiH' " Pure der. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. A cream of tarter baking pow- OALLOWAT CATTLE. nn-iraa- If thoy wautn dimo SIOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., stand porhaps thoy should boinusonm encouraged to go on. Uut if they want a cow that 106 Wall Street, New York. is full of delicious beof, fully as hardy as a buffalo and with hair as flue, thick and soft as that on tlio back of any crcatnro produced trorn mixed milk cow and buffalo blood, hero is tlio 'w tn 9 h f.-&- . beautiful Galloway ready made. In tlio l, ! 3 afts. m &gfrifi y non-ui-6vri- mmm tifi rr . 'X) V si northwest its breeding will pay woll of tlio doublo valuo of flesh and of o I hero tako my btnnd for men's recurved rights. A young gentleman who has been to n church bazaar hays ho liko-sometimes to iniiku presents to lady friends when he is especially fond of tlioni, but he does not liko to bo dragged np by the oars, fo to speak, nifd openly nnd hamolessly nagged to buy gifts for girls ho has no intt-rcin. Tho young man is right Onu of tho clearest of ma'.culiiio prerognthes is to mako a present to n girl of his own freo will without in any way being constrained or oven hinted nt. Seriously, tho girl who nsks a man to buy her a prosont or accompany hor to nny placo of amusement where it will cost him money commits a great error, to call it by mild name. Such nu incident is perhaps a coiibequonco of tho financial alavory in which women havo been kopt for ages, but that financial slavery wa3 unspeakably degrading, nnd tho results that flowed from it nro degrading likewise. It really looks better and moro dolicate, if.a woman wiches a gentleman to accompany hor anywhere, for her to invito him nnd pay tho bills herself than to invito him to iuvolvo liimsolf in on her account Oftcntimos sho is better nblo to stand such expense than ho is in theso days, when girls' wngoa nro constantly on tho up grndo and now occupations opon constantly boforo them. If n gentleman is in tho habit of calling at a lady's house, nnd sho gives up her timo occasionally to him, then ho will mako a dolicato return for thu plcasuro hor company affords by inviting her to an outcido entertainment occasionally. But that is a thing that his own sensoof justice and courtesy should suggest and very different from having hints, suggestions nnd oven propositions to thnt effect thrown at him. If his courtesy and delicacy do not prompt him to make such roturn for tho privi-legof rakiug pleajyl! ."llt of an evening, then ho is not a desirable caller and is to be politely got rid of. That is how this question looks to mo on both sides t t Should Uexpicf. Ill my judgment they havo. Therefore And Sttear. Lrao mr 1 urn .inont. youroid.ror write "Good doggy!" said the boy in per- to C I.. Curler, HtdgrMile, Ky 9 suasive accents, us ho fastened an to the animal's tall. iir empty meat-caSTOREROOMS. Twolarsc ttn.U Hie w . . .1......1....1....1 ww.jww s hi Matifori!, lor ' "I've got n tin for you." r. hey are on "" "And I've got it in for you I" barked or rent 7j Mis M.J MILl.Mt, block uml biting him. tho dog, turning round Chicago Tribune. A. S. THICK, t-- .t niiniin MArLLblAUr. t- -i . -- MONUMENTS- . n 1 iv" i'""-'r- CJUANSTEand MAUIILE, J. ICARINSfcCO., and best mate Iluilders from original and workmanship OflUe 34 Third Mitel, loulMdle, Ky. aru and Work Shops, M iitrllur, eiment anu Carrara, Italy. LonRfipcrlcnre, original designs, sati.Uclien gii.ttaiitn'd go ile-lg- t'cmparlnx Nntm. "What was your answer when young Higblo aMtedyou tonmrryhlm?" "Why do you want to know?" "Because ho nsked me last night, nnd 1 wnnt to let hint down with something fflHftu SUKGKON DENTIST n tifficoover McKobtrts Druf Storo in the jwsley Iluihllng Slanleril. different." Judge. To Tho Xiadios I vt n J T JONKS, SIGH. Yilse I'rern lit Ion. Clerk of Western Hotel I thought it best to caution thnt old fellow who just came in about blow lug out tho gas. Proprietor Where Is he from?( Clerk Life. Front tho Greater New York. Kaperlrnri. Tlio Uo Teacher Cnn any of you tell mo why flannel is comfortable in winter? Bright Boy (in now underwenr)-- It At my store you will Anil one ol ths finest stocks of Millinery and Hmbroldery MaWilal ever luoughl to Stanford. Ihave paid cash fur my goods and sell them lor cash, so low that you will le forced to buy Irom me. An examination will convince you and you aie Invited to make it MKS. A. A McKINNEY. TOITSSS BROS , Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. R08 Paint guaranteed for years Dealers Iu be tern Pumps and (Jalvantr.d iron rilUn. I cistT-u- 11 TO THUs LADIES. Matlug in any I take the best fashion Journals and ketd posted on what ladles should wear. Come in and i;ive roe a trial 1'ricr reisonable I emptor none but first Class help. At present can be found at Mitt Came Porter's icudeticeon Lancaster Stivt. Respectfully, MISiMAKYD SMITH, Stanford, Ky. 77 6m Sole prrpnetors Dean's lllack Diaauod I'a.nl KUlmatcs furnuned lor psimlng Wood, Mrtaland lion Koofs SaHsLction Guaranteed. All tools palultd v.ih Deans Mack p aroond n andallsMl" I desire to call your atleution am ready to scive you In I)rs tollie fact that I makes yeh hitch alout and wrlgglo around, nnd tho exerclsu keeps yeh warm. Good News. Tho Pllpperjr Hon. Llttlo drop ot water. Frcexlnir on the walk, Mako tho tnnn who steps there Indulk'o tn nauKhty talk. Detroit Free Tress. IHE F. RILEY D. HOUSU Kontucky. 1 BILBY, Proprietor, London, - ierard than ever ox-pon- J. B. HIGGINS, Dealers n betui Ihaveuovtd to ray new llotsl and am pu&lK. to accommodate the lood Livery attached and every convenieoes rlo irsd. Give . a call. rRANK RLKy II II, TltUi: CONSOLATION. AH Kinds Stanford, A of Coal, Ky. KIM. O. II I'ltl ITT. KING & PRUITT, dig Line of. . .. Trent For. The I.ndicM. OVERCOATS AT COST. .........Wc are Agents for.,,...- -. Miss Moor will arrive Octolei lit, with everyr thing that Is new and nbbj In the way of OLIVER I"let. call inJ exsmlnc mr stock before buy ing Mypticcs shall bo the lowest. 1 hanking you for past favors, rrsprctfully, KATL 1)1 UUt-.- AK, Mauastrr : . 0 BILLED . : PLOWS, And bate a ........ Full Line of General Merchandise, At lower prices than cvtr "'-- All for Cash. Call The Myers House, r.'W. OHV.nN. Proprietor. " KINO A FKUITT. MurrUod, Kv. Stanford, "Yes, mlvs, he's btron took at last. Was ho prepared,' did you say, mlvs? If he wasn't it was his own fault I did my dooty by him Didn't read the to him every da- for tho Inst six months?" Likn Joko 1 buriul-scrvico - : : : Kentucky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK n it x xsryiA Tho roport of tho American Galloway Breeders' association shows that organization to bo in prosperous condition Its president is Mr S. F Clarke. Dover. Ills IIoi-m-- s fur In tlio Show King. bo ..For a., Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, A stylish Hair Trirojor Clean Shave, go to Cfook & Farmor'a Barber Shop. riiByMMo rcAVtAIIIIMMAnKSjV TJArtl OlsTATN A PATENT? For a vromnt answer and an honest opinion, write to M U S N oV CO., who havo had nearly fifty years' experience In the patent business. Communlca-tlon- a strlctlr confidential. A Ilnndbook of In. formation concerning l'ntenta and bow to thorn sent free. Also a catalogue of mechanical and sdentlHo books tent free. a'atecte takes through) Mann ft Co. receive special notice In the NclentlQc Atnerlrnn, and thus are brought widely before the public with rat cost to the inventor. This sDlendld paper, tasned weekly, elegantly lllnstratcd, has by far the largest circulation oC any scientific work In the world. 93 a year, Pamnle copies sent free. Balldlng Editloa. monthly. tiSOa year. Blngte copies, 'iH cents. KTcry number oonuina beautn colors, and of tiful plate, plana, enabling; photographsshownew bouses, with builders to the secure latest deslfrns andMKW contracts. Address YOUK. 3BI BnOADWAT. CO.. UVHH ob-ta- in COPYRIGHTS. John B. Cattleman. A. O. Lanhans ROYAL Insurance Company OP LIVERPOOL. m ohgiblo to win a prizo in tho hliow ring n horso should bo absolutely sound. To this cud inspection by a qualified veterinary surgeon is indispensable, and if horso shows nro to tako in Amorica tlio placo thoy hold in England or Franco ponio rules providiug for such examination must bo formulated and put in forco. Tho regulations of almost all tho stato fairs and other shows hold in this country provide for tho inspection by veterinarians of tho horses entered, but thoy aro, to speak plainly, uover lived up to, and as a result many an unsound horso has been placed at tho head of his class. A show is intended primarily to bo educational, but uothiug desirable can poesibly bo taught by tlio awarding of tho bluo ribbon to a horso that is not sound, and thereforo not entitled to a position in tho prizo list It is natural enough that managers of shows should be averse to injuring tho reputation of any horso that may bo exhibited, nnd this fooling undoubtedly accounts for tho superficiality of tho veterinary inspection practiced at tho most of tho shows hold hitherto in Amorica If, howovor, it wore known that each borse Ecnt forward would bo subjected to a rigid examination by a board of well known veterinarians, owuors would keep tho unsound ones at homo, and a marked improvement in tho qnality of tho exhibits would bo noted in a short It is conceded that to It is narrated thnt tho Vnsar girls very much desired to wear n uniform of plain black gown nnd cap. This was intended mainly to do nway with tho humiliation tho poorer girls would oxpe- rienco in being unable to dress as well as tho rich girls. Tho motivo was to put nil theMO fluo girl on nn equal footing. Thcro was besides something taking mid clasio in tho simplo black gown. But the president of tho college is said to havo sat severoly down upon tho movement, saying tlio girls should not wear tho gown under any consideration. It is n question whethor a college president's authority extends to tho point of proscribing what dress tho students shall or shall not wear. What right has a simple hired omployeo of a board of trustees to say that tho students whom ho was employed to teach shall notdrcs as they please? Ono of tho brainiest, pluckiest young nowspapcr women in America is Arlina LTanim, editor of tho Now York Journalist Miss Ham m China soma months ago, nnd hor quick eyes found abundant joumnlistio material there. Besides editing Tho Journalist this busy young woman is tho correspondent of various newspapers. Ono of tho best features of her work is that sho constantly says kindly things about women. Mar-ghori- ta vis-ito- d 1 am still Hotel aid running this the polittst alien will continue to give my as well as the best the oiarkct allurds. ,( OF STANFORD. KY. V Capital Stock Surplus-- - 8200,000 21,300 lnfitiitlln Ilorolr. "Ah, goo! Ah, gnhl Bglb hah!" said the baby. "By Jove, isn't that wonderful I'm 11 gib bah, I" the delighted father. "If ho hasn't got our old college yell of til, ghost!" Cincinnati Tribune. Her System of Chronology. Minnie How ridiculous! Mrs. Ferris never really began to live until sho met her husband. Ada Ilumphl I suppose that's how she makes out she's only twenty-two- . Puck. Hoinrtlturs Trustworthy. "Some women ain't believe n word thoir husliands say," sho remarked. "Woll," confided the othor, "I'm not quite so badly oir ns that My husband talks in his sleep occasionally." Washington Star Valuable Information. "Anything new in your line?" nsked Alieution of Iht public is tnvilid to lht fa t Suufoid thai this is the only Natioual Hauk .11 Hank Under the provisions of the National are secured not only bj the capital stock, butbv the stockholders1 liability lor as arooutil equal 10 the stock, so tftat dwpositrrs ot (his Institution are secured b7 a fund ol itou.tM. sworn st.terncnta of theeondltion of the hauk 11K3TLINK TO THE NOKTrl AND EAST. art mads each yearto the United States gOTra-utand its assets are esamtned at staled timsi All lilies Irom the South make direct connecby ovtrnment agents, thus securing aJdititost tions in Central Unljn Station, Cincinnati, with and perfect safely to depositors. th tough irsms ol lhe"IJI- - r'oai" to t'hicrgo, St. This institution, originally established as ths Louis, IndUnipolia, ColutnVui, ClctrUno New Deposit llaakf Stanford la 1I3I, then York and Itoston V'or lull luloimatiun call on ued as the National Hank ol Stanlor d in 1M3 and Hank nearest agent or address again re organuedas the First National uuintri-mpl- ol has had practically an Stanford in lie sure jour tickets read via "Hik Four.' esiitcnceof 31 years It Is better supplied now with iscthtles for transacting business prompt I). II. MAKTIN, K.!0 McCOKMACK. Orn I'ass and fkt Agt. ty aud liberally than ever before in its long and I'aas IratbcMancr s, aenorablc career Accounts of corporations, Clnclnniil, O. nrros and Individuals lespecllullj solic- - Special Attention to tho Traveling Public. Big : Four : Route, rie nt , iil, ed Ky, Midland R'y Only Direct Line between Ths Directory ol this llsnk it composed ol Korestus Ketd, Lincoln county! S. T. Hams Lincoln; J II Collier, Lincoln, S.H tlaughinan, Lincoln, J 8. Ilocker Stanford; W A. Trlbble. Stanford; M. D. Klinore, Stanford; T, V. Hill, Stanford K. L, Tanner, McKioneyJ M J Miller, ML Vtrnoa J S.liockcd, President; John J. McKoberU, Cashier; A A. Me Klpxey. Assistant CaaLlor. Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest and quickest between J. W. llaydeq, Stanlord; Frankfort, Ocorfrotown nnd Purls, OarliBlo, Mnysvillo, Oynthlaniv, Falmouth and Covington. Ask lor tickets via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard lime. TlmeTabU Dec 30, tfcji. Trains No Nw 7. a. in. p. m 8 jo 415 855 440 o jo 3 15 10 en 10 oj ' i t .', tima Tlio Rev. Dr. Pnrkhurst, in nn advertisement, writes that ho has 601110 "very important things" to say to womoiL Tho man who opposes woman suffrago cannot possibly havo nny thing of importance to say to women. Ho is not capa-biof it Thereforo I nui at a loss to understand what tho Rev. Dr. Pnrkhurst means. No. 1. No , TRAINS KAST. the market reporter a. m, p. ni. It was growing dark The hardware Lvt Kranklort A sjo 700 s 40 " K!Vkorc........... 711 man looked nbout absently and then ' Stamping uround 3 00 7 tl remarked. "Window blinds nre going " Keorgetowru-I- I. 7 47 3 lj 3 jj Arr. C.S. !epot. ...... J55 ddrn." Iudlannpolls Journal. , " l'atia....C. . t jo 430 Farmers Rank&Trusl Is now fully Co $ j 3 Jo o f t ft i f W Tho London method of Inspection is tho most simplo and consequently tho MANAGERS, most easily managed. Tho horses in any class aro shown in tho ring OomtQirce Building, Louisville The judges solect their "short loot, " tho animals in which nro then taken to Agents throughout the South. inspectors who oxamino thorn, givo cerLooal fft&t, tificates to thoso thoy pass and roject V?m JL. TBIBBLE, thoso that aro unsound in any particuSTANFORD, KY. lar Thoso to which certificates havo been given nro thon returned to tho ring Portland and placed by tho judges in thoir order SanJFrancisco. of merit. Thoso that are rojectod nro JL led to thoir stalls. Of courso a horso thus ooudomitod doprcciates in valuo tho moment ho fails to reappear in tho lcet; VIAbut, on tho other hand, it is known that tho prizo winners nro absolutely sound, which guides breoders in making their solection. 'Placing, then, together tho depreciation mentioned nnd tho great sua usii rrii good to bo dorived from using only ' HfyMSAwTai JAt3M's(j) itle.ii.itu Bound horses, it will bo found that tho1 latter very much outweighs rULLMANSAND and tho advantages gained by enforcing PARLOR CARS. votorinary inspection nt shows becomes ONLY LINK FROM LOUISVILLF. at onco apparent to tho most cniu.il ob IJorsotnan - DINING - CARS. server RUNNING BARBEE&CASTLEMAfl en-tnrc- d Tho woman's column of a certain daily paper gives directions to womou how to wiu a man's lovo and keep it Tho that n woman who had nny honso would rather do without a tiinn's. lovo than try to rotain it nt such n cost Equal suffrago resubmission clubs nro now tho fashion in Kansas. Thoro will bo n resubmission, nnd it will bo a go. Tho captaiu of tho bteanior Natchez, running from Now Orleans to Vicks-buris Mrs. Leathers. Mrs. Floreuco 0. Ives is noting as lecture agent nud manager this year. Sho has arranged a Hiricsof lectures on English literaturo for Mrs. Abby Sago Rich- Ivory 6oaP ( OT STANFOKD, KY , orgtnticd and readf for business will World's Fuir Record. CHICAGO -- WftlPlMSM in At Floats V3C7t "5'-aE- ardson. I do not think this looks well tho-fonn- er, Household Economy nnd Hygieno, Kansas Stato Agricultural College " How would it souud to say Professor Johiinio "Professor 'Ncllio' S. Kedie, No. s. N0.4. No. 9 No 8 a. in, p m. a m., $200,000, np Capital of g 45 ..C J ) 'A 000. 64s is 30 Surplus, C.S. Depot.. -- 1037 . " Georjcuown H 10 40 643 543 1131 " Stm,i'g Cround 10 ) 7 oj 6 17 03 .1116 " Klkhom . 645 7x1 140 SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL Arr Frankfirt.A......ti 30 7 35 713 UANK OK STANIOKD, Leave Frankfort 8 30a. m ; arrive at Lexington Now dosing up with the same assets and undti o 45 a iu. the same mauagMnent Leave Frankfort 7 a ro J arrive Cincinnati at lly chatter, dpositora arc as 10 K a 111. tZ lullv provisions ofatitsaio depositors tn Nitloca) ..Leave Frankfort a'jop. m.; arrive Cincmnitl Hank prolncted i, ita shareholders being held Indmduall Is 3 p. m. haolc to the cstcnt or the amount of their itoca SUNDAY TRAINS. addition value thcrrol, (Jeorgttown 10 17 A. M.: arrive therein st the parIn such .hares In It may to the I'Wht-Lea- ve act as amount invested at Frankfo-- t 11 30 A. M. ssecutor, adminiatralor, trustee, Ac, si fully at .11 ; t,cavc rrankiott arrive si in individual r.AT jj r. I Georgetown 3 M. who entrusted theit huisincss to ui To Leave .Frankfort 130 p. m ; arrive Cinclnuatl while those mnsglng the Lincoln National Hank )' t.rj p. in Stanlord, we wc here tender our many thanks ana l.eave Cincinnati 7 30 a. m ; anUc Frankfort trust tbey will continue to transact their businui HMoa m. as a guarantee for prompt attta Tn Kentucky Mldlsnd Ralwayand connec- with us, offering years' eipcrionce la same, our tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all tion lo andas liberaltwenty banking accommodations as arc conpoints .South, Kast, North and West. sistent with sound banking. For further information apply to their agents, C. D. IILKCAW, Gen I'ass. Agent, DIHICTOKC GEO. II. lIARPK,!lec'rtGnSiipt J J. Williams, Ml Vernon; Frankfort, Ky . H Shanks, htsMonl; J. S. Owsley, blanlord; S J I inbi). btaliforrl; J 11. 0slty, Stanlor 1; J F. Casn, StanforJ, AND William Oiich, Slaulard; A, V, Carpsnter, I .1 ' l W 11 2ITIII TRAINS WEST. Lve Paris Paid 1 iw 1 1 -- 5" ?r, NORFOLK RAILROAD. SOLD TO BEST FOR SHIRTS. THC POOCTCH WESTERN OHIO, IWDIANA. ILLINOIS, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKAHSAS, CALIFORWIA, ' S, II HmiIi, Trts- H. rt Owsley, i, ln.ll t Dr J (nsrirr, V GAMBLE CO. CIHTt I I e IV Is Fuke? 1 W RH EJ TO Clyilrittlulo Ail vita. hopo with nil my honrt that the i E..H. BACON, D P A., F.J UEF.D.G. T.A Chicago, 111 I.nuisvtMe, Ky. It. P.T.U1. .IF yOU ARE GOING., Denver. KTORTKTHE WEST, 4n ntH iv 1 Retain for breeding purposes nil rp. corded mares of good average qmlity and snitablo ago. Invest in good grndo Clydosdalo mares having n snflloiunt number of io corded crosses to uutitlo thou produce to record Sparo no effort in advertising tho morits of thoClydesdaloonall occasions by word of mouth and through tho local prois and the live stock and agricultural papers. staff of women whom Lady Carlislo is training to tako chargo of her CGtates will bo a great success. Wallace Varnon, IXlJUlllP Attorney at Law, E. - ALL POINTS: jSi.'iniorcl, - Kentucky. Louisvillc a Nat.ii. ir. fc. Is thelinc for ou,asiU V isODISVILLB And CINCINNATI For all points. Oally Tralue double close connections at Make rr,. Stanford, Ky W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pais. Agent, Ky unction Guy MVWf&F&l8&&D THROUGH roranrinfor.onrecf4nt( Advurtiio your snrplus tallious in tho livo stock nnd agricultural papers. ways a full Contribute in all measnro of enthuhiasin to all matters port.lining to thu breeding and o.ilo of puro In en! Clydexlule (stallions and mares and make thu most of evety opportunity to promoto tho intorcits in bitoding grado draft hor-o- s Never entertain a doubt as to tho fnct that thcro is no branch of livo stock breeding that promise more certain nud satisfactory returns than the breeding of Clydesdale and grado Clydesdalo horses. Ex. Com. Am. Clydesdalo Association. pn-sili- lo -- Bryant Johnston, tho historian, will have for tho 1 1th of February n new edition of her admirnblo and beautiful book, "Georgo Washington Day by Day " It has cost her several years of painstaking labor, n labor of lovo truly. For everyday in tho year there is chronicled mjiuo ount of Wellington's life, accompanied by briof, fit- ting extracts from his lottersorBityings. It is ospecinlly intended for n biithday book, nnd Miss Johnston dedicates it to tho boya nnd girls of her country. Professor Hnriis, United States commissioner of education, dcclaus t tint tho book ought to bo in every Fchool in tho land as a refcronco volume nud n basis of patriotic tnlks for toachers to givo to children. Tho Washington (Ga.) Chroniolosnys that the small body of women hi,i.-to vote in that statu are mUlligwit ouough to attract a good deal of utttmtion. Eliza AitciiAitn Co.nnuil Miss Elirnbctli h - Willac; at Executor, Administrator and Assignee nf ImSpecial attention given to.SetUe-nen- ' itates, and at Atto ney and halo and Divlilon of Infants'Lands. Office on Lancaster St overSuptW F, McCla-ry- 's office. 90 r Superb SRI DA i UC IU " - TEXAS, 'BB WEST, SORTH-WEST, S0UTR-V?ES1 3DR. i W. B. PKlTITir, Ky, ' Dentist, Stanford, Office on M .in Stree-, FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASQ AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE REST ROUTE TO THE NORTH AND EAST. Oppcs te the IVst-Oifi- 'UUMAH VESTIBULiO Vestibuled Trains Mee. Jack-sonvlll- COACHES, ' I SLEEF1KS AHD DINING CARS W. S. BITRCH, Attorney at Law, SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS RTAD OVCR 7IIC To Lexington, Chuttanooua, Birmingham, ridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon and FROM CINCINNATI VORFOLKWESTERH RAILROAI CHEAPEST, BEST AND Tlirotigh SIceplnL'Cars to nirmlngliam, Stanford, I - - Kentucky. QUICKEST LINE. Wtlto for Untcs, Mats, Time Tiiblcs, Dcscrlptl 'amphlets, to any Station Agent, or to W. B. eCVILL, Office on Home. Late s er Street, oppotite the Court Collections receive especial attention, SS sirM.gtrAsl- BlltllkL,VA. ALLtN HULL, 1)1. lM..rrr At, 10IIIIIN,0. M. f. BRSCO, Tr.ttll.f I'm. if HtmUKCTA. Vlcksburg and Shrevcport. Through Tourist Sleeper, Cincinnati to Los Angelca and San Francisco every Thursaa). Direct Route to the Southwcat via New Orleans or via Shrevcport. 3 DAILY TRAINS TO CHATTANOOGA Send for Literature and Tim Tables, Albany, Knojvllle, Ashevllle, Jackson, . T .v n - sa t.. a v. '- -j