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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895121001 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. cZ X-1.V- JL J- - J3 VOL. XXIII. LAKCASTEl,, CARRARD COUNTY. Weekly Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 10. 1895 -- ' NO. 81 HUSTOHVIUEMiea - ' M n N w hb advanced in yearn nud hignlv d Thompson, who hiia John 0. -- Thomas Carter, of tin. Btughiuaii one of the prettier htoren of Huy utiwll town around, had n holiday opening of neighborhood, Ib ill with tvphold fdver. Little Jeie Yowell has henn danhta uooda Monday. There will bo n Doinorent rontuat gerously ill for a week witli membranous hero tho 17th of Docomber for k pold croup, but at tin. prvMfiit writing she ic medal. All who havo won ailvor tuednla slightly better, having been nblo to get In previous contents enn enter tho Held. rid ol tho fa'SH meuihratie that formed in Dr. Anion, of McCruary, bought six her throat. J 8 ICenneh, n hHnlcim vouiik ahoata of W. P. Preston at $10. A. It. Denny eold to Monte Fox, of Hoyle, 112 widower ol IhrhunKi.l, m In i,Arn Satcatth for shipment and J. M, LUggta- - urday and .SiiiiiUy. W.nter (jretmlng has diHKMid i f hit. oir lond ot ntock m.il botbam 10 to samo party. The ladles of the Prffibyteriitn hH gone to Atlanta. Mrs. U'Hiter Green church aro considering the ndvimt'mlfty ing left Saturday night to join Walter in of an entertainment for the Xoihs holi- Atlanta, where they will view the expodays. U'obeapenk for them k litiernl sition together. Tho Masons have insured tho founpntromi!" If they decide to hnvo one. F'der George Gowen linn been rail-c- d dation of their building against the ravfor another j ear to tho pastorate of ages of the wintry weather by a coating tho Christian church here, it being bin of cement, which adds to tho appoarauce third j ear. The vote of tho church was of the building, us well as its utility. They nlao propose to repaint anil paper taken nud it waa unhnimoun for him. Klder Graham Frank ia aoon to hhv-- tho bank rooms nud make tho external hla connection with the church ut An appearance hh handsome os this institutlouh, of wh'oh ho ban had chame for tion ia financially solid. sovpral yeara and piven much Batlofac-tio- n John Cioodu linn HlecStil n labor savto the inuiuherri of hla congregation, ing Hrrnugomuiit in making cider. He lie will accept n call of tho Christian places a barrel of apples where they will thoroughly fret . and then lets them church at Glasgow. Newa baa been received here of tho eoften by thawing. In thin condition recent marriage of Mini HhIhii ltenton fat the juice cn bo proceed out of them Ltutveiiworth, Koiibak, to Mr. Swearen-ge- r, without thu preliminary operation of of that State, She. is the recond chopping them up. Ho n(,yH that the daughter of Mra Mnry Henton, who with cider thus tntdu la rich, thick aod do her family were residents of Iiuoabter lightful. Monday of iHst week Prof. M. G. several yeara ago, and a nltce ol Capt Win. Herndon. Congrntulationa are ex Thomson returned from Ml. Sterling. whither he had gone to briii Scott home tended. There fa a real novel attraction in with him. Scott has been living with one of the windows of II. M. IU1 on's hia brother, Dr. Thomson, at that place grccfry, in tho way of it candle that ia sinco his accident resulting in a fractur 12 iuctiea in circumference and four feet ed hip. He is now able to walk a little in height. It ia tu be burnt durinu tlio on crutches if assisted by some one. Miss Cliriatmna holidays aud tho nno that Mary Thomson lias titled up rooms in guefaes Just the length of timo it will John Hold's building und will keep bo conn u mod in burning will receive a boose, Scott living her. We hope we shall now seo Scott improye rapidly. prize of $5 Gill Cowan bud some turkeys caught of Mr. Win. Sellera,who Tho remains died in Lexinpton last week, wero and lieJ togethor in pairs one day last brought bore and Interred in our ceme-tir- week to be ready to deliver to; a trader Mr, Sellers was n reoldent of Lan- next morning and had them put in a buggy house. Some of the turkeyH got caster many yeara ago, having been and ho waa nlao thflr toes through the crncks in the floor. In buslnesi here sent as a representative) from this county In this condition they wero found by to tho Legislature. His death nnd burial some plgi belonging to Mr. Cowan thai are particularly fond of turkey toes and recall to the minda of many of our riot, which they proceeded to make a lunch off of the will over remain a stnin upuu Garrard them, notwithstanding the remonstrances of thu birds. As the turkeys could county's fair name. Died, Friday morning at 7 o'clock, n not walk without feet, Mr. Cowan ws I jw miles from Lancaster, of neuralgia of compelled next morning to kill and dieea the heart, Mies Belle Palmer, second them. Dr. Hawk Brown returned lasreek daughter of Mr. and Mra. John Palmer. camo Irom hia deer hunt ini.Tenneaeeo. The Death, over a rolontlean monster, and claimed its Mr victim with scarcely doctor killed tho finest buck brought a warning, aho having been ill only a here for many u day. Ilia antlersj bore few hours. Her funeral was preached three prongs nnd altogether ho was a vete attack ot croup lie ayv ".My wife mimSaturday morning at 11 o'clock at tho Hue specimen of tho deer tribe. Dr. ed that ko tor the doctor, but at our lamily phy siciati wiiout of town putchued a bottle of OhriBtUn church by Klder George Gow-o- n Brown had him skinned aud cut up and Chamberlain' Cough Remedy, which relieved and tho remains interred in tho Lan- -' with ctinractoriatiu L'tinornsltv iIIvI.Ip,! her unmidUtely i will not be without it in the futuie." caster Cemetery. Mies Palmer was long with hii friends, retaining hut a small for talc at jo cents pir bottle by Craig & Hock-er- , rtaulord ivy. j a member of tho Christian church and portion for himaolf. Your correspond-ou- t ia indebtod to him for the llrat tooth Major C T 1'icton Is manager of the Sta'e Ho. was a modest, unassuming woman nt.d which the much admired aud loved for her excel- some venison steak tasted in a Jong time tely at IJemtou, Texas, hctuli lu that lraello men is ouo of the tw.t In section. Dr. Brown's party killed three deer, speaking of ChnmberUln's Colic, Coolera and lent traits of character. uiairhwa Remedy Major J'ic tou says: "1 have W. O. Price, of Danville, wh ll.o more wild turkeys than ho took trouble used it myself and In my family for several years, thai cuns'der au gueot Thursday of hia mother, Mra. to count and squirrels anJ smaller gamo and lake pleasuro tu sayiu and dysentry. Iit alimallible cure lurdlaihoca ways recommend It, aud have frequently adminisSusan Price. Mra. Fannie Parka has re- galore. tered to the ho.ei, aud in every J. W. Allen, who is a hustler.'by na- casa ItIthas my guests in wotthy of uquualihcd enturned to her home in Jessamine. Mr. proven ttscll is nt home with life ture and by practicce, was around dorsement, by Crllg A George B. Hardin tor sale Kotker, Stanford, Ky. family. James Ourrey, of Louisville, amoug our business men and public spir-rte- d citizens Friday, soliciting Block inTa The wife of Mr D. Kobiuvon, a prominent lumvisited his parents, Mr. and Mra. Theoberman, of liartwick, N. Y., was sick with dore Onrroy, last week. Miss Maude telephone lino to be erected botweon this for fivtt months, in speaking of it Air. Kooluton "Chamberlain fain Beat, ol Huston vllle, la being entertained placo and Dunnville, in Caeey couuty, only thing says: Rave her any rest fromflalin is Ithe pain, that or KorrU. Mr. aud via Ml. Salem, Middleburg and Liberty. tne relief .if pain U cannot be beat.' Aluny very by hor aunt, Mrs. O. M. bad cam of rneuma Usm have been cured by It. Mra. Charles H. Rodes, of Danville, were The amonnt of atock apportioned to thia For silo by Craig A Mocker, Stauford, Ky. visitors in our city on Thuisday. Gov.-ele- ct placo waa $100 and Mr. Allen told ua that Bradley, wife and daughter left on It waa assured. The wholoj amount to J. U. Colemau, 8'i, and Mrs. Lydia a special car Monday morning at 5 o'clock be raised is, we understand, $500. Tbia Purnell, 70, wero married at MoreheLd. chilfor the gubernatorial mansion at Frank- will be an important line for this place Threo of the groom's groat-grafort. Extra preparations have been made and our progreaslvo city fathers helped dren attended the wedding. m it along by taking a share of stock for the by tho frienda aud admirers of Ouro for Headache. town. to naska the inaugural ball one Headache As a remedy for all forms James Yowell, little eon of Florence Hitlers has proved to be the ol best. ItElectric very effects of splendor. Lancaster is proud and a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual send such repro Yowoll, was badly scalded one day last sick headache yields to its influence. We urge justly ao that she can week. He had returned from milking all who are afllicted to procure a bottle and give senta'lves to grace the Capital, as Gov. cases late in the afternoon and); was passing this remedy a fair trial. In cures ol habitual conby giviUK the stipation fclcctrlc Uttters Bradley and family. Some of Garrard bowels and lew casus long the through the kitchen and when near the needed toneoltothis county's citizens expect to be presont on medictn.. Try it once. Large thcust atovo accidently overturned the kettle toitlcaoalv o cents at A. R. I'eni''s Drug Store. thia all auapicioua occasion. Dr. James MS waa the guest Sat- and a part of Its boiling contents waa Letcher, of Danville, Guarantood Ouro. ernptod upon him, painfully and aovere-l- y Ve authorise tur advertised druggist to sellyou. urday and Sunday of W. B. Mason nnd Dr, Ktuc's Conaumuuon. . Maiding him on tho inside of the left uougns anu. New Discovery for ji. . i- you. Herring, of Louisville, was family. 0. 0. oiu, upon ium coaoiuon; thigh., Tho Utile fellow bore his afllic-tio- n are alUicted witb a Cough, Cold or any Lung in Lancaster on a short visit last week. this remedy 1'broat, or Cheat trouble patiently and we are glad to state according to directions, and will aue air trial and i tvinc, it Mr. Tom Palmer and wife, of Bichmond, experience no benefit, you mar return the bottle that he Is now able to go around again. and have your money refunded. We could not attended the funeral of MIsa Belle Pal know Dr. make this offer Ray ia the The log that waa Injured is drawn from New Discovery if wc did not upon. that neverKings mer Saturday. Miss Nelllo could belied It Trial bottles tree at A. K. Penny's Mrs. Hughes, at Bur-gi- the effects of the burn and it is feared guest of her aunt, arug store. Large sue joe and Jt, Dr. 1. 8. Burdettaud wife, of Crab that it may result seriously to hla locos motion. Orchard, visited his sister. Mrs. R. H. Buclclln's Arnica Salve. G. M. Givens pafd a visit to 0. Batson, last week. Mrt. W. 8. O'Neal, The best salve in the wotLf for cuts, bruhcas n aulte.BicK, ja better at thia rWalker near Perry vllle last Saturday and sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap- who bu hands, and ail akin eruptions, writing. Bunday. Mies Mack Logan accompanied t positivelychilblains, corns no pay repuired. It Is cures piles, or MMM .m guaranteed to gtva pcrlcct satisfaction or money A LaRue county pecan tree yielded Dim aa laraa rarkavllle, wbero aho visit refunded. Pm 5 cents per boa. For tale by ed friends at the same time. Arch Frye A.K. Penny, Stanlurd, Ky. thia year, $40 worth of nuts Mnry Ttionmon expects to teach ii Biibvcriptlon school nt the xpi-ratiDenny Saturday afternoon. ol tun public school ti.rm Mr. Jfttnen A McOarley bought cf s!i. Hudson & Walker 23 head of cattlo nt will begin some timo in January. Our merchants urn comphining this $3.70. W Mlllr week of not being able to g-- any freight Master Oommirslouer J. Bold the Lndrntn homiittemlfiuturdny to over tho Q leou & Orescent. The haavy travel to Atlanta is responsible for this JiidRti K. A. BurnsMo for il.000. It. L. Salter, of Duuvllle. boimlit 11 condition of aiTaira. -- It wns reported hero Friday that Mr. horpo of Fred Stoim for $75 and two ol 120 Hud tho Fandlfer, who keeps the toll g.i W. A. Anderson, otiu for f nt TnrneraviliH on thoTuraeravilJMid otber for $70. Church pike, fu ,jei1, tllo Itnv. Whitley Waldrop preached for tlio letliodiHtcoiiBrt'atloii bunilay mid night before. His sudden dumin wa t'lu union sermon Sutitiny nlutit nt tho iim n shock io uio neiglitioriiuod. II o Thn Illblo Sociuty met with Mra.Geo. llaptlnt church. -- Mr. v.-r- y er y. en-Rag- ed citl-zjn- a, Sellers-Kenne- dy - who from hi3 gonero'ity to preachers wo tho olec', has moved his family Into the prop-trtin town that he purchased from Mm. Bradlav. Thia move upon their pm give pleasure to a hoatof friends in town. Mrs. KlWnl-- j Has remembered the little folks of Hustonville, Kentucky, and his ton returned to Stanford Wednesday nf j tor a fow days sojourn at the home of her i Headquarters is -BlHtere. tho MlstM Cook, accompanied by I tho busiuiMi iimiaxr, who stopped long i i . .. enough cut his wy homo from Liberty to shako hands and itroet our busineei mrm witli his chorry HiiilltiHiid propound his f ivorite (iiiHHtion: "Are on out ol And his consignment includes everything calculated to tickle the stationery?" J. W. Givem writes from tho .Siuth that tiie mirket for stock childish fancy and rejoice the childish heart, including Drums, Fifes, where ho U h vary ijh,v. U B. Rid Violins, Wagons, Tricycles for the boys, and dolls, dull furniture, bahai ritiitni..,! Moiim. El Hopper ro by buggies for the girls. Beautiful story books for boys and girls turned home ruuiday-aftea visit of n from A. 13. C. to elegant gift books of itory ond adventure handsomewee to hi daughter, Mellle, and friends here. Judge Henry Camnllz loft on Frily illustrated. Bring the little folks to see the innumerable things that COL. JOHN BUCHANAN. day last for Cincinnati, where ho expects wc have not space to mention. to find employment. Afler being estabThoro is not one man in 20 who would lished there ho expects also to movo his ever take Col. Ruchanan, of Crab Orarc tr0UD'cc about selecting a present for your family to that citv. Mrs. I. G. Thom chard, to be an octogenarian and yot he i vujjjigraw husband, brother or best beau. See our elegant Meerson, on account of ill health, baa resign- was born March Cth. 1815. The vears schaum and French Briar Pipes, Smoking and Shav ed her portion as tonchor in Christian have Bat lightly upon him and with a ing Sets bought specially for Holiday Presents. Cdli-iw- , imi'-to thu regret of the pa- clear conscience, a good wife and excelYou !'vant a Present ,or ller? Examine our tron un.l ,m,i I. of tu- - institution. After lent children his latter days havo been , ,. -- tp resting aw ' to join Mr full of comfort aud contentment. Far hih sj ucuiuiui manicure bets, viDum, Lrilt .books Thomeim nt Toilet Sets, and the thousand innumerable la'-olTln tho Green Mountain State at Wells puico ho may for their present residence. Prof. River, Col. Bucuanan was barn of sturdy varieties of stylish articles in Silver and Glass Thomson desires to establish bimsalf in Scotch parents, who were married in any one of which will make a satisfactory tho life Insurance business, but eayo he Glasgow, Scotland, shortly before present for Christmas. (inda it difficult to make a decision. We this country. Ho wrs given tho Do not let your childreu have impure and dangerwish them success wherever they may best education obtainable in the section ous Candies because they are a few cents cheaper go. Mies Mnry Adams left Wednesday and at tho Bgo of 25 left Vermont and per Round than good Candies. See our line of the night over tho Ii. A X. for the South, located in Tennessee, where ho remained purest and best stick and Fancy Candies that money where she expecta to spend the winter sir years nnd then came to Kentucky. can buy and you will purchase. Ho followed merchandising for 20 yeara visiting friends. at Crab Orchard and was very successful. OF A LOCAL NATURE. Afterwards ho went to farming and addMr E. L. Davidson, late of thoPine-vill- o ing one farm efter another to his poc?es- Measfiir, has taken charge of tho sions, he now has enough land to mnke a small county. Springflyld In 1801, Cof. Buchanan took a step I ho Pinoville City Council hns which has proved a benison on his to grain no more euloou license, War to the Knife. married Misd Jennie Burch, who and that town will soon ha tiry. At Richmond, December 10, 11 aid though 30 yetrs his junior, made him a 12, tho annual meeting of the Kentucky most congenial and loving helpmeet. Eual Rights Association will ho hold. Ktght children blessed their union, sevRobert Morris, n Laurel county con- en of whom are living: Mra. John A. vict, sentenced for eight years, wna par- Haldeman and John Buchanan, Jr., of doned by Gov. Brown. Ho had served Louisville, Misses Jean, Margaret and V Eva, and Andrew and Burch Buchanan, Your money never woold buy as much as at present, for we have seven years. reached the Gov. McCrenry will head the mi nil ol whom do him honor and show nority on the Foreign AffairB committee, the impress of his strong character. A democrat among democrats, Col. and will, in u mossure, represent the adBuck, aa he is familiarly known, has ministration. Etla McCrenry, who claims that she been a wheel horse for fie party in his is a niece of tho Congressman, was sent timo aud has spent Bnd UBen spent for it JPe have but one desire, that is to show you goods and quote you to the Home of thu Friendless at Rich in season and out, with no hope of reBed Rock Prices. ward other than comes from a conecious- mond, Ind. She is doubtless a fraud. of duty performed and principle The proposition to establish a graded school in London nine months out of vindicated. He could have had nny ofthe year waa defeated last Saturday by a fice in reason for the asking, but lie When you arise some morning and find the sun rising in the West, fed that tho post of honor is the to vote 81 to 00. To our mind this was the that will be the day when Charles Wheeler will be undersold and not station and declined all overtures in till moat severe blow ever administered to then. Headquarters for that direction. our town. Echo. In religion lie is a strict Scotch PresIn tho case of tho Proctor Coal Combyterian and practices in everv day life pany vb. H F. Finloy, tho court of atlirmed tho judgment of the low- tint greatest of rirtuea charity. He is Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishings. Drew, Selby & Co's er eourt. This is a victory for tho Whit- known as tho poor man's friend and if Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. Sole agents for Royal Tailley county BtockhoWurb over the Louis- evor a man in distress wes turned from ors, of Chicago. Others may lead but you will never find us distanchis door empty handed, the fact has nev- ed ville stockholders. more than a throat lacth. See? Highest market price for proGreen Knvanaugh, colored, waa giv- er been noted. His ia the most hospita- duce. CHAS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. ble of homes and he dinpenses its cheer en 2J yeara in tho penitentiary at for stealing a bottle of whisky. in a manner which shows how sincere it He is yot to ho tried for complicity in is. Io every sense a gentleman and iu tho murder of Squire David Doty for ovory way a man, Col. Buchanan Is lovwhich crime William Taylor was hanged. ed and respected wherever known and Ofhosts of friends will join us in the hops noii occucu it not unutual lor your itkophytlcian to beitaway from home. Such that his days may bo still longer upon family wa the eapwnenco ol Atr. J. V Schenck, oiitor the earth to bless thn wife and children ol the Catluo, Ind., Ter , llanuur. wlcn hu llitio Kirl. two jreanol 30 wai threatened with a ic- - who livo to honor him. Mure is ono of y y -- 5sy P3 anta in aus ytOfO. as V ITOWOi u 8 Drag r IjEtCliGS ru G"6Htl6IH6Il vr so-le- ct com-ing'- to Prrents ' News-Loade- r. Ike Chule: Wheeler Emporium. do-cid- td life-H- e Prices Lower Than The Lowest. Climax of Low Prices. n-- fs Temple of Economy. be-1- 1b "prT-vi- ap-pea- ls Ladies' Wraps, Millinery, Dress Goods, Rich-mon- A Splendid Assortment -- 1 1 1 The Louisville Untie Ims jood occasion to remark: If Brown were to remain governor another year the murderers of tho State would feel free to use their knives and piatola without fear of consequences. Thia model executive has turned loose at least a dozen assas-Bin- s and thieves in tho psst two weeks and there are moro to come. The pardoning power was never so recklessly and so shamelessly abused TOOTH BRUSHES. HAIR BRUSHES, AND COMBS. Window Glass in all sizes. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Stanford, Ky A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in Saoflrv, Mr. James Boone bns mov- rheu-utalis- m ed his family down on Dix River. Mr. J. T. Hendrix, of Louisville, has been visitinK bis sister, Mrs. J. T. Martin. Mas. Ellen Mahaffey, of Crab Orchard, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. N. W. S.mpson. Mrs. J. M. Martin and Mrs. Mary Matheny are on the sick list this week. Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Metal Roofihg, Farm and Yard Fence, FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC. I handle the best grade of goods and' sell THE at the lowest prices. DLUE-GKAS- S HERD OK nd Gov-Bradle- y re-b- st The Benton Times sajs: "At a "pie parly" last Saturday night, kisses even got as low as threo for 5 cents, and then uo one would purchase. At first they sold for 5 cents straight but by closing time the girls couldn't give them away." The exhibitors at the Atlanta adpoted resolutions denounc'ng o:k. Breeders secureJ from Senator Tillman and Gov. Evans, of Siuth Oarobna, for their speeches on J.H. DAUGUMAN. South Can lini c'av. Expo-Bition Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, - Crab Orchard, - Kentucky. Pigs forsale from the best types of Registere the best herds In several different States. Correspondence Sollcitep S. H. BAUOHMAN. ' . ..-- -- bf Who dees not know women and who are continually in tears J Wkotoude cirls always see the dark side? Who have frequent fits ol melan. r'i!V05,,i cause? The . it phfstclan ny.,?PP"n know that It Is some compl.cated and delicate feminine oieans. The younc girl stiffen bodily aad mentally, in silence. Tnere is unduo weariness unexpected pain, unreasonable tfars and fits of raper. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription exerts a wonderful power ove. woman's delicate orean- ism it ii an invigorating tonic and Is specific tor Try some of our brands and you will hlye no othtr Fancy Patent No t, Alpine Snow, Fancy Family. Belle of Lincoln and Creole. the peculiar weaknesses, irregulant eaand, bain, ful derangement of woman. Careless, easyio-io- g doctors frequently treat their women natUoU for biliousness, nervousness, fiver, or kidney troubles, when the real 'aickSeia' I,,u ,fc s ""lctly feminine, and bo help can come Our flptcUUiesb'eeda.oJ all kinds, jnlxed and crashed to order Corn, Rye, ShipstuflT, Oats, Bar?mF? till they are niadeperfectly itrong by the use of ley and Bran. Remember alt Feed or Jers must be accompanied with thecaih. Address or call oa Dr. Pierce's ravome Prescription Send al cents In one-cestamps to Dispensary Medical Aatoclatioa. BuiTsIo. World's 6c N V and :eive Dr. Pierce's 1008 pare Common Sensa Med cU Adviser, Illustrated. STANFORD ROLLER MILLS Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal SEED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, RYE J.H. BAUGHMAN CO., Proprietors, Stanford, Ky. . vi .'- -- - . ,( . SmypzyK,-- - J IT . 7- - .' ' ' v. ."J! 41 s. Lexington. Master Commissioner R. O. Warren Benjamin Hall, of Rowan county, Scott Township, O., has an who a year or more ago began to memor Bold yesterday tbe D. B. Stagg farm of old boy who is eligible to receivo a iznthe whole Bible, has been adjudged 125 acres to Mrs. Jessie Stagg at $39.05, And Funeral Director. teacher's certificate. toe Broaddus farm of 131 acres to B. O. a lunatic. Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy A child weighing only 1 j pounds, Rav. J. T. Sharrard aBka us to say oanuiugeat (X), David Delks farm of Robes, yet perfectly formed and healthy was that hereafter, until further notice, al 224 acres near Crab Orchard ac $SC9 to Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. born at Washington, Ind. night services at the Christian church John Hurst and a house and lot in RowRoom opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. Sol Sharp has been fined 500 and will begin at 0:45. land belonging to Miss Nannie and Sid sentenced to 30 days in fail for running a Jennings to tho Southern B. & L. A. for The general missionary conference pool room at Covington. of the Methodist LplPcopal church, at $235. If you want to buy a nice and appropriate Xmas present do not fail to Mrs. Polly Brounam, said to be the its recent meeting in Denver, decided to Thero Is one Kentucky creamery oldest woman in Tennessee, celebrated appropriate $1,000,000 for missions next wnicn la proving a success. Tbo Carsee our ' her 105th birthday Saturday. vear, 45 per cent, for home and 55 per lisle Mercury Our creamery has Three men were killed and one seri cent, for foreign missions. during the year 1895 received 450,080 ously injured in a wreck on the liorfolk The revival services at tbo Linden pounds of miik, and made 21,212 pounds Hon. A J. Carroll, who declined a and Western, at Ennes, W. Vn. Street Christian church, conducted by of butter, which has been sold at nn Nuar Williamson, W. Va , Toy Hat the pastor, Rev. W. E. E.lis, promiso certifkuto of election to the Legislature dents. Tbe average price from ttie Gth and 7th wards in Louisville field, a son of "Devil Ange," of Hatfleld-McCgrand results. Dr. Ellis is a young man paid for milk was 77 cents por hundred. It is overflowing with the useful, novel and beautiful. Prices are so famo, killed Dan Crnig. of marked ability, a pleasing, scholarly lotal recoipts for the year, $4,715 40. because of the secret withdrawal of bis extremely low that all can afford to buy. We have something for Dr. J. E. For, of Marceline, Mo., has pulpit orator, to whom it is a pleasure The outlook is promising. Satrepublican opponent, was Mrs. Allie Benson, aged 38, and tbe urday by tbo handsome majority of 452 been sentenced to tbe ppnitontUry for and a privilege to listen. Memphis everybody. oyer a republican who had the support three years for body snatching. mother of four children, walked 10 Scimetar. of the A. P. A's. It was a rather danThe Rev. Dr. George W. Carter, who miles to marry Ed Bidleman, juut 10. Frank 8weeney, of Alexandria, Va , gerous thing to do, under the circum shot bis eon in tbo breast when he re- has been on trial before the Virginia Rev. N. D. Williamson, of South stances, but tbe voters vindicated bis fused to buy him a quart of whisky. Conterence for breaking Bend, Ind., has married 037 couples and Methodist course and all's well tbat ends well. His Peter Maber's manager has agreed church laws, la 70 years old. He has preachod 910 funerals. Tho higheat has fought two du number of funerals In one year was 151. election makes the Legislature a tie again to Dan Stuart's terms for a fight between been divorced twice, on joint ballot and renews the fight for Maher and Fitzsimmons els, has edited a paper, han been a colFebruary 14. the democratic nomination, but tho reTramps robbed Lawson Webtaer, of lege professor and is an all around 1 publican House will take care that its Fayette, of $125 and tied him to a tree. majority is increased so as to elect Hun- He was five hours in extricating him-sslThe council of the new Episcopal New COOdl of tha llteit ttrlti w.w ter or some other republican unworthy l diocese elected thejRev. Lowia Williams imi in uu . too itmrgui anar.oeitJ aifortod line v.... ever brought to Stanford. Prices a low of the honor of representing Kentucky Burton, of Louisville, to tbe Bishopric loweit. ti tbe In tbe municipal elections at Atlanin the Senate of the United States. ta and Augusta, Ga , tbe ticket indorsed on tbe 11th ballot, be having received 13 Kleeintline Linemand Embroidery Material. We invite you to come and sec our display of the very best MISS LICCIJC IlKAZLKY, by the A. P. A. was overwhelmingly de- votes from tbe clergy and 13 from tbe Stanford, Ky laity delegates. It will be known as tbe and cheapest Col. Nicholas McDowell, commis- feated. Lexington diocese and it includes this sioner of agriculture, goes out of office The New York. Pennsylvania and with flying colors and will return to bia Ohio railroad, with an indebtedness of part of Kentucky. The bishop's salary Boyle county home with a clean record $87,000,000, has been placed in the bands will be $25.000. and the plaudits of his fellow citizens. of a receiver. For full Infcimatlon aa to time of trains, etc Everything new and attractive Jor presents. Fine Pipes, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. lite any teptcKii.atv Ills Pour Route. Toilet ArHe has managed bis department in a Sheriff Landrum Lawson, of Pike D. 11. MAUTIN, J. SIC bUMMAUK ticles, Musical Instruments and Games. There are about 2,500 new 2:30 per Paw. T rtffic Mgr. nlgniy saustactory manner ana oy prac- county, has beon sued for $25,000 dam Geni. Fai. and Tkt. A ticing tbe democratic doctrine of econo- ages on a charge of seducing this season. tbe daugh- formers M. Matheny bought of John Q. my in administering the aflairs of bis ter of John Ketcbum. W. Portland. San Francisco. ..To the., office has managed to Bave to tbe State in A movement has already taken Lynn 20 shoats at 3c. Druggist, Stanford, Ky. S. H. Shanks bought of TinBley four years $15,000 out of tbe $13,000 an. shape for a joint parade July 4 next, at Spoonamore a mule colt for $15. nual appropriation, Tbo Capital says bis New York of veterans of tho Federal and , Via The One Hardin county farmer shipped record in this respect has never been Confederate armies. ,. equalled in Kentucky and it might have Daniel Parce, of Jefferson City, Mo., 3,858 barrels of apples this season. Golden Rod, a thow horse, brought been added in no other State. Is In jail charged with choking his wife jiUBi ar si to death arid committing a criminal as- $1,600 under tbe hammer in New York . Thkrb is a man in Fayette, who has 123 sault on Fred K. Bishop sold to J. M. Bailee, an idiotic woman. barrels of cider and Uhristmaa is but two of Boyle, 100 barrels ol corn nt $1.30 de We have two large store rooms packed with goods and they Onlv.Dining'CarlRoute From weeks off. There is going to be a heap of of uoi. Andrew O. Hargrove, brother livered. have to Bishop Hargrove, committed suicide be reduced to one by Jan. I, 1896, having rented one bouse, if he knows bow to get fun at bis Lynne Bel started 14 times this sea. of the rooms at bis home at tbe benefit cf tbe old line: "Apple el- a promlntent Tuscaloosa, Ala. He was son; was first 10 times, second twice and We offer at cost Stoves, Saddles, Harness and Silverware. Alabama politician. der and 'slmmon beer, Christmas comes Eight Apache Indians have been ar- third twice. ElegantjPuUman Veitibuled but once a year." J. L. Yantis, of Garrard, has rented ft Sleepers of Modern Pattern. rested and are under guard at tbe San tbe Saaford Irwin farm on tbe Danville Formapor anjr information, address Thi Ray. F. Grider, of Casey, must be Carlos Agency, in Arizona, suspected of pike for next year. C K. H. BACO I.REID.i man in the opinion of Editor being the murderers of tbe Merrills. an 'ell of a Electioneer has 154 trotters and pa) s Chicago. of tba London Echo. He Dycbe, Is the largest by far ever brought to town and we offer I Louiswile James Bogard, a prisoner in tbe pencers in tbe 2:30 list, the fastest of which them at re- bim for two offices and is now itentiary at Jeflersonville, Ind., ate soap this year was Utility, 2:13. BebUKE reduced prices. cogitating over what others he shall to make himself sick so he Denver. to call for St. Paul. would not Oakland Baron, 2:14 j, will be at tbe MONON' claim, for bim. ! have to work. He died within 24 hours Route, ; .rt......M...... of tbe stud at Ool. It. G. Stoner'a bead bay pen and covered bim up. Next morning JMniey awoce ana leeling a peculiar Bensation in bis feet investigated them to find tbat tbo rats had eaten off bis toes and part of the foot. He was unable to walk and bis cries flnallv bringing assistance, be was taken home and physicians Bent for. Tbey did all In their power, nut lockjaw sot in and be dieJ in great agony. A whole temperauce lecture is contained in its o'or true recital Truly doesstrong drink bite like an adder and sting like a serpent. Touch not, taste not, handle not. first-class John Kennedy, of Washington City, Oakland Farm next season, Every mare accidentally stepped on a pleco of dyna- on tbe place will bo bred lo bim. mite and was blown to atoms. For Sale. Thirty tons of nice tim A Washington dispatch says tbat othy bay and a fine Jersey cow with helf Representatives Berry and McOreary will ercalf. R. H. Ororr.Shelbv Citv. push the matter of the division of KenOf tbo 40 horses thathavo trotted in tucky Into two judicial districts. 2:10 or better, 14 are Kentucky bred and Mrs. R. W. R)bb, of Catlottsburg eight are by sons of George Wilkes. LEFT AGAIN. committed sulcde by hanging hersolf to killed T. If Gov. Bradley will work for the Stato Tho Editor of the Intbrior Journal the transom over tho door In her bed WoafW. A. Devors shot and.H..h.aa ..li J.f 17mm tlMtr Ittltll PltrifilMOn .A ...!I1 -- 11 , nnn.T.U uwunuuu. T1.A "... I. as iiiuuivuiLunuuui wmoLuiua wu will 5CU VOU ail m(rr i.inr en as be has for blrnself and friends tho peo- - has been getting left quite often of late room, She made a rone out of her We',w"a"heb 'ple will have no complaint to make tbat by trains, elections, &c, and here Goods of cverv oc it is apron. Armour haa decided to movo -,T , ..j be does not earn bis salary, lie is tbe again. He has never become " John Simpson, of Dalton, Ga., his purchnsea of wheat to Chicago ond , V. thoroughly m.i iwa, wps, m., at 50 cents on the most indefatigablo worker in Kentucky, disheartened and discouraged uur large purcnascs from the assignees of Bamberger Bloom till now, thought ho heard burglars in his house it will take 510 trains of 20 cars each to aoiiar, Since tbe campaign began in earnest lust when the last hope has been dispelled. and Bhot in the dark. On investigation doit. w ..i..uu au. uaigrtius possioic, so rcau Dclow and be convinced. August, be has hardly had a good night's The correspondence below explains itself he found that he bad shot bis son thro' Gambotta Wilkes, owned by G, A i..ui.t3 15c, worm 25c. Ladies' Egyptian yarn sleep and the amount of work be has and it is hoped no confidence is violated the hed. C P. Cecil, of Danville, has 01 standard vests go at 25c, worth 50c. Ladies and Misses' done is atnzing. Ho eems to bare a will in reproducing it for Prohibition in Maine is a profitable performers to his credit and is only 10 the benefit of a of iron and a constitution of steel. He institution ior the Statu as well as for tho years old. sympathizing public: baa been down to Louisville twice durRichmond Cobb, of Waco, sold lo Stanford, Dec. 5, 1895. drug Btorea. During the year about ing tbe circuit court at Lancaster, where Hon. V. $20,000 has beon paid into tbo State Wneers Bros, an 18 months-ol0. Bradley, lterk- bis legal duties wore as pressing as tbe treasury for drug licenses. My dear Governor: ahiro hog which tipped tho scales at claims of office seekers, going down and You may In November tbe Chesapeake and 725 pounds. returning each time tbe same day, each tnink it rather late to congratulate you Ohio made the largest earnings in its W. B. Kidd boucht 100 cattle in trip requir.ng nearly 24 hours. He was on your famous victory, wblch I hope history for one month, the aggregate be- Clark, 1,400 to 1,000 pounds, at 4 and M. Worth 25c. Ladies' Union Suit for 50c, worth $1. Good double hero Saturday and in response to our in you took for granted, but I trust it is not ing $832,719.79, an Increase of $S5,815.05 KabnlOSof 1,400 pounds at 3J Win width dress goods in all colors at 15c yard, worth 25c. All wool tri- quiry said that he bad not fully decided too late to remind you of your promiso over the same period of 1894. Chester Democrat. COtS. double width nr t me wrtrfk . All "- mi wuuii casnmcres ana seron his appointments. There are hun- to give me an office, If you over had any During tbe season just ended four ges, Whtlo returning from school threo inches wide, will go at 25c, worth 50c. Mens' all wool 40 dreds of applicants and he bad given to Rive. I want It now and I want It like little tots of Lebanon, Pa., jumped ou a horses entered the 2:05 list, two tho 2:0(5, socks each a fair hearing and filed his endorse- the man in Texas wanted a pistol. It wagon to steal a ride. The horses ran seven the 2:07, nine tho 2:03, 15 tbo 2:09 15c, worth 25c. Mens good ments. "Soineof tbe offices" said he, makes no difference what kind, just so away throwing them out, killing two and and 33 the 2:10 list. "require men more qualified than the it's an office. We poor democrats aro not seriously wounding the other. Mr. O. Vanoy sold to F. h. Trlbble president of tbe United States. Tbo in- in condition now to bo choosers, but like Gov. Brown has pardoned Hume a large bunch of turkove at 5Jc on foot spector of ininep, for instance, has to be a the old maid who prayed for a husband Clay, and it is said that executive clem- - and to Josh Adams several hundred geologist, a mineralologist, a civil engi- and mistook tho "Who, who?" of an eDcy will bo extended to several others. shocks of fodder at 10c. neer and many more things." Tbe gov- owl for a question from on high, are Friends of Frank P. Searce, tbe Lexing Corn is boing very generally used ernor left for Frankfort at 5 yesterday ready to respond, "Any kind of a thing. ton forger, believe he will be one of as fuel in Central Iowa, tho farmers c'almlng tbat tho prevailing price would Worth 50c. Don't forget to look at our line of Neckties and Mufmorning on a special train and in the pri- dear Lord." Wishing you a pleasant and them. will never see papa not repay the cost of husking and vate car of "I feel like I J. D. Livings- a successful administration and tbo real mar flers which will be sold for half their value. We arc still slicing the again," said littlo Minnie Bealby, of At keting. ton, of the Kentucky Union, who is one ization of your ambitions, I am Shoe prices. A good misses shoe at 75c, worth 51.25, Ladies shoes lanta, when her father started off a trip. of the many democrats tbat are very W. G. Routt Bold his tobacco to M. Truly, Your Friend, Don't forget that we can't be outdone on In less than an hour her dress caught W. Johnson, of Paint Lick, at $9.37 d r at 90c, worth $ 1.50 fond of bim. At noon he will take the W. P. Walton. fire while she was playing and she was nunured, amounting to about $900. oath of office and deliver bis inaugural K. B. Don't forget tba office. It burnod to death. was raised on five acrea. Ho will double address, at which time Kentucky goes The Governor replied as follows: The Richmond homo of Jefferson his crop next year. lock, stock and barrel to the enemy. Wo Lancaster, Dec. 5, 1895. Davis, the "White House of the Confed During tho threo daya' sale of thorhope the new governor will have plain Hon. W. P. Walto.v, eracy," is to bo formally opened ss a oughbreds by Woodard & Sbanklin 415 Children's good suits for Si, worth 1.75. Boys' long pants suits,S3 sailing and more than realize tbe expec any Dear museum of war relics after Christmas. were disposed of at an averago of $212. worth 5.00. Men's all wool suits, $$, worth $1 0.00. All of our tations of bis friends, of whom the Is thanks for will be sold correspondingly low. TRitioR Journal claims to be one of your kind letter of congratulations. You Miss Mildred Lee and Miss Winnio Da- Mrnrod Bold for $1,700. which. Hatchell & Van a rati all ore paving aro correct when you Bay tbat I promis vis are to be tbo regents. Senator Chandler has introduced a G3c for wheat and $1.25 for corn. Frank Tbe governor as good as told us tbat be ed you an office, if there should ever he bill providing for tbe unlimited coinage Martin sold three car loads of hogs in would make Col. Dan R. Collier, adju ONE AT MY DI8rOSAL. I WritO tO yOU tO ! tant general, and the colonel, who went say that you neglected to remind me of of silver and gold at the ratio of 15 to 1, Cincinnati at 3 to 3.10 net and James to Frankfort Sunday, looked like he bad this until after 5,000 of my friends, more the law to become operative when a Walter six cars wblch notted 3.40 to 3 GO Harrodsburg Democrat. something nailed down. As to his ad- alert and active than yourself and doubt- similar law shall bavo been passed by Assiatant Quartermaster Allsbtre, of dress, Gov. Bradley said it would be less less much hungrier, rushed in ahead of Great Britain, France and German;. If tbe staying processes of tbe law tbe U. S. army bougnt in Boyle and sur than a column in length and would not you. The consequence now is, that I rounding counties about 76 horses for be an attempt to outlino his policy ex have no office to dispose of and am en- are not further invoked, Harry the murderer of Catherine Ging, cavalry service at $90 to $200. For n few cept in a general way. He would do tbat gaged in the hopeless task of filling 5,- A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, in his message to tbe Legislature less 000 holes with 22 pegs. I am astonished will bang at Minneapolis tomorrow. oxtra good ones he paid $225. Meaera. When told by the sheriff, he said: H. T. Bush and M. 8. Baughman took T; D. RANEY, Manager. than a month hence, and he added "If that you did not remind me sooner. Supmy friends, democratic or other wis?, bave pose you were so much overjoyed be- "That's a d d long time to wait for a down several head but did not sell. Branch Stores. Terra Cotta has ha a varied exper-lencanything good to suggest I hope they will cause I was elected tbat you bave not railroad train." Senator Dubois says the friends of Guest & Walker bought him first Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, Cynth tana. favor me with it." Gov. Bradley is going thought of it until recently. Under Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. to do bis best to give the State a good ad- these circumstances I cheerfully forgive silver will not make any Bpecial effort for a mero song, made a reputation for to secure free coinage legislation during him and then sold him for $15,000. ministration and all patriotic men should yon. Tbe Yours Truly, They other day tho old gelding sold at Lexlng-tothe present session of Congressuphold him in tbe effort. We beliove he W. O. Bradley. will, however, oppose any new issue of under tbe hammer for $180. Bub will rise above mere party demands and bonds or any currency reorganization May was tbo purchaser. strive for the good of the whole State. NEWSY NOTES. scheme that is not in tbe interest of tbe There were about 100 cattle on tho There are 100,000 more females than white metal. market yesterday and a good many of An awful Btory of the result of a spree BY- tuese changed hands. A nlco bunch of comes from Oldham county. T. J. Fin-le- males in the city of Berlin. CHURCH AFFAIRS. The son of a preacher was shot and long yearlings brought 3.12, another a farmer got a jug of whisky, and killed at a Christian Endeavor social in Tbe Baptist church atEIIzabetbtown bunch of yearling steers 3c; butcher proceeded to drink it empty. He was unanimously called Rev. J. M. Bruce to stuff2 to 2J and a few scrubs at 2c. A found on the roadside by a colored man Denver. James McCormick, Jr., has been in- the pastorate and ho will take charge few bogs eold at 3c. Horses wero dull dead drunk and to keep him from freezand ranged from $11 to $35. ing to death, tbe man carried bim to a dicted for conducting an opium joint at Jan. 1. Titt fact that the Stato Inspector his found Register of the Land Office Green B Swango, 1950.72 behind in his accounts and that the shortage dates back Stanford, Ky., Decemijkk 10, 1S95 for four years, will add additional cause for the belief that there is many things rotten in that modern Denmark. W. P. WALTON. (nteriorJouml J - flooiisYoarTiM "" ,... "ut"1 ,?:,, uu "" v-- .! ' ( d All Wool Cashmere Hose, 15 Cti t.. Undershirts and Drawers at 25c. Apiece. Vice-Preside- nt Sin-M- Clotliing I ov-crcoa- ts LOUISVILLE STORE THE LOUISVILLE STORE, - Hay-war- d, staotobd, isrsr 1 o. - n UNDERTAKING ! y, 3m C BSXXAK'r, Practical Trimmer, Embalmer New Holiday Stoek. oy ,, DALMKS, The Jeweler. un. TO THB IiADrSS i.l.j . f. ...:.. Holiday : Stock. Books and Bibles, BICr : 4 : ROUTE, "W. IB. M'BOBEETS, MR CHAM. NOJttTHWBBT iamrrjTort2n "UiltiliSiAlfiJ '' mm PUU NOW IS X.OUXSYIXXSI TO CHICAGO. Our Xmas Display nomi-nate- par-ba- ps ' FAERIS & HARDIN "Aj.- - ' iii ' Jfeff M 2 . '. hOl. hj-lk- t l'(4ifajii4e-il- l I V Bio line of trusses of various kinds. Dunlap, who formerly lived in Danville vis a Bon of the late Dr. Richard Dunlap, Fit guaranteed. Grain A Hocker. 9 and has scores of relative bore and in ts ad thick as hopH OmciCEN-ro- x Tiik mercury went down to 16 Friday tho West End. up. Sunday "The rite of marriago between Jam es Stanford, Kt., Degemukh 10, 18'JG among tho children in and about town. and then began to staggernud yesterday was a close, rainy day Taylor Sharrard and Miss Emma Grif Foil IUnt, the desirable Pink Cot- cloudy and very raw and cold. fith will be solemnized on Thursday aftage property. Apply to W. P. Walton. E. C. Walton, Business Manager ' Oun sheriff, Mr. T. D. Nowland. settled ternoon, Dec. 10, 1805, at 4 o'clock. You 1 am selllug seasonable band sawed with the auditor in full iorthe State taxes are invited to be prewent. Christian (or less money than you pay (or Tennyson could take a worthless sheet ot paper, write a poem on need Borne knives, forks or umber last week and got his quietus. The church, Oynthiana, Ky." Thus read inDon't ?nu A. 0. Sine. vitations to the marriage of tho new pas- it and make it worth BpoonB? Kemomber everything goes at knob lumber. amount paid was a little over $20,000. 565,000. That's Genius. mm reduced prices. A beuutnul selection ol tor of tho Christian church here, which Tiik 35 shares of 1). 11. Stage in the too. Come mid look them over. No. 24 puaseuger train have Just been received by the officers of rings The encine of Vanderbilt can write a few words on a piece of paper and make it Penny's Drun and Jewwlry Store. Dauviilo mid 0 0. turnpike sold by S. broke the eccentric strap at Gum Sul- the church and one or two others, who That's Capital. "' P Sugg yesterday to T. J. Foster at phur yesterday delaying it two hours. send happy greetings and congratula worth 5,000,000. PERSQNAt POINTS. 710 Frulizht eneiuo 281 had to take the train tions. Mr. Sharrard aska ua to make The United States can take an ounce and a quarter of gold and', the invitation general and say that he stamp on it an "Eagle Bird" and make it worth S20. That's Money. To the tax pnyeni of Lincoln county. Mb. 8. T. llAHiua Is quite ill. glad to have all his congregation JamkbFhyk, of UuHtouvllle, is regis- Don't romplaln when you see your Tiik court day crowd didn't tarry long will he A mechanic can take material worth $5 and make it into watch -- Courier Journal. propuity advertised. I must have tho yesterday. It came suddenly and left attend and see him attain the fruition of tered t the Willord. his hopes. That'sSkjll. springs worth $1,000. as suddenly, no Rign of it being visible Max Salikukh wa up with tno boys tax. T. I). Rowland, 8. L. 0. DEATH'S nOIHCS. hardly at 3:150. Tho disagreeable weatn- Louisville Store yesterday as in thu Call at Earp's art gallery and sue disA laborer works 10 hours a day for $3 a day. That's Labor. usual. play of photon recently made and you or accounted for it. . Harris. One of the best men who to one Mb. 0. P. Huffman has moved When we tell you we carry the largest and best selected stock of will be convinced tlit Ids work is the Mn. J. 0. McOlaiiy tells us that he ever lived in this section was called to of Mr. M. F. Eikin'H bouBtson Danville beet and Ills prices the lowest. That's a Reality. purchased while in Cincinnati the hand his eternal reward t 2 a. m. Saturday. Dry Goods, Carpets and Shoes in this section. A vnnnn. somest funeral car over brought to Stan Mr. James Anderson Harris, after 7S Maters Don't send away for your Xuiaa books When we tell you we do sell goods for less money than any house Mks. It. J. Lylks was with her Saturday. be(oro leav when you can etlct from a line of new ford and that his lino of cankets will be years of honorable existence, passed i,o,. .,nrf !. in this paper. from mortal to immortality and heard tho in Stanford, and that our economical cash plan enables us to do it. poems, novel and juveniles at publish- the best. Sen his ing for Nashville. welcomo plaudit promised the faithful That's Reasonable. for At- ers' prices from W 1$. McKobertB. Misa BstAK Root leavcB will A spscial train for Frtiuhr soldier of the cross. He was born in . winter with the familanta to Bpend tho today via thu K. 0. Madison county of Old Virginia stock Havinu purchased of M.S. A J. W. leavo hero at 5 A. u. ly of Judge Hook. arriving in plenty of time to witness the and was raised up on a farm. Nearly 51 Baughman their stock of harneec, BadMn. and Mm. A. W. Oari'kntku and inauguration, Returning it will leave years ago he married Mrs. Susan Taylor, go to the At- dies, robes, horse blankets Ac , I run Mr. George Carpenter will for tho ready to oiler bargains in same. J. 0 the Capital at 4 r. st. Ono fare who during all these years has made him lanta exposition to dhy. round trln. A cood many people will a loving and true helpmeet, and who now McOlary. Pbof. J. H. Allbn and wife and Miss go from hern. mourns nis ueparture. nnoruy oner nnf?nv nf ('ynitv. were here on a I iiavk opened a harness shop over de their marriage theyf gave their hearts to Tiik county court yesterday was Baughman's stable and will be thankful chopping tour Saturday. and uniting with the Methodist Mrs. A. K. DaNNY and Mrs. Mnttio for a share of the trade. Repairing dono void of items of iuterent. Tho will of God train here promptly on harness and buggy tops. J. Mrs. Moggie James, wife of George Lee church have Blnco lived up to its highest Duncan, of Garrard, took tho Jamrs, was prevented for probato and privileges and teachings. Mr. Harris was yesterday for Loulavlllo. A.IIendrcn. CDUtiunrd till Wednesday on account of one of tho fathers of the church here Mil. F. Kknlby TauuiLB was elected people of both soxes, all ages, and theab-ciic- u All of Dr. J. u. Carpenter, a and served it in an official capacity for Sir Knight Commander of Mt. Xenla K. many years. His house was the homo o all colors are Invited to our great closing witnt'rrt to the instrument All people of all nations, of all sexes and all colors are asked to 0. T. M. lodge Saturday night. tho preachers and ho was the most liberleft out ele. Come and buy usful Christ-urnMibsim Jknnih and Mabik Wakrsn "I b Ben King's picture in yonr pa- al contributor to the minibtry and every come to our help in closing out our present stock, that others may presents and lay thom aside. for Frankfort yesterday to see their uncle per," said n Casey county man to our goodfehurch work. take our place. We are determined it shall go and unless many of Hughes A Tate. Inaugurated governor of Kentucky. Forty-si- x business manager when ho was there lust years ogo Mr. and Mrs. Har you quicken your pace in coming to our aid it will be gone. EveryMcKinney slipped and Miffl Annik Wm. Sellkks, the man who precipitn week. "It's a splendid likeneeB too, but ris moved to this county where tbey fell ou tho pavement laat week and was ted the Lancaster riot in 1&71, in which I didn't think you would put a republi- hove since lived on their farm near town. thing for Ladies, Misses and Children, Men, Boys, all ages, condilaid up several dajs from tho bruloes several people- were killed, ban gone tho can's picture in your democratic paper," Energetic and pushing, Mr. Harris amass- tions and surrounding can find something to buy. Come and buy your sustained. way nf all llesh. He died at Lexington he added. We are iuJoed sorry to think ed quite a fortune in farming and stock s JUWIIS J. W. AtCORN, Mis. W. II. and was buried at Lancaster last week. that our Casey friend demns us so hide- trading, which will go unencumbered to and Misses Annie McKinney and is a dem- his children, of whom seven of the eight Tiik faculty of the Stanford Female bound. Tho Intkbioh Journal Kate Alcorn leave for the Atlanta Exocratic paper, always has been and al born to him are living: Mrs. S. H. College will ho pleased to receive the position today. good man de- Baughman, Mrs. G: P. Bright, Mrs. G. R W, O. Welch left for the Ander trustees, patronsand friends of tho school ways will bo, but when a Cou may run next Friday evening, Dec. 13th, from 7 serves mention, lie gets it, it matters not Engleman, Mrs. E P. Woods, Mrs. Anson circuit court yesterday and y to Beo Col. Brad' to 11 o'clock, without further invitation what his politics is. Had wo had our nie M. Engleman, Mies Bettie Harris and over to Frankfort wishes Mr. North's picturo would have Mr. 8. II. Harris, all oi whom were pres And lay them away, while you can get them cheap. Our stock of than this. loy mado governor. appeared instead of Mr. King's, as Lin- ent when the end came, to receive his Shoes both for Ladies and Gentlemen, Dress Goods, Gents FurMb. J.MundayJUiionauoh and Mies The Danville Advocate says if "Stan coln county's representative, but be benediction and henr the assurance that Munday, of Stanford, attended ford nishing Goods is immense and we are determined they shall go. Minnie can turn out a morn desirable article wasn't elected and what's the ueo of he was both ready and willing to meet the Cox.Witt wedding at Kingston Tues- of weather than Danville has for the last Come early before the great rush takes all we have. pouting about it. his Maker. His death wbb a glorious day. Richmond Register. week, she's welcome to the whole darn religion. triumph for the Christian Uessi , and Annie Bell machine." If she doesn't then she'll Wiikj. Gov. Bradley was hero Sunday Death wss robbed of its sting and the Annlo Kvans Bright came Wool and he said in usually cordial manner, if he grave of its victory. Ho had lived more throw up the job. over from Mllleraburg College to see could servo the Interior Journal at any died Lincoln County Teachers' Association time, he would be &lad to do so. "You than the allotted years to man and tholr sick grandlatber, who died shortly in fullest hope and ftith. will meet at the Christian church Satur- can serve it right now" was the response. alter tbelr arrival. "Servant of God. well donel Mbs.T. B. Lair, ol LlvtDgston, who day, Dec. 14, at 7 o'clock i M. The Stan- "Give us a copy of your inaugural adRest from thy loved employ operation performed on ford Orchestra and local musicians will dress and let our paper get a scoop on all bad a terrible The battle fought, the victory won, Enter thy Master's joy." her by the surgeons of the Joseph Price furnish the music for the occasion. The the other papers by publishing it in adHospital, waa well enough to bo taken public is cordially invited. was said His faithful friend and paetor, Rev. W. vance of Ita delivery." This home Saturday by Mlsa Lou Elliott, who more in pleasantry than in earnestness, E. Arnold, waa called from Somerset to News Buhkau. Mr. A. A. McKinney, has so faithfully nursed her, but the governor replied "I will send you preach tho funeral sermon, which be did was on the Jr., has opened a news bureau in Mrs. a copy if you will promise not to print most appropriately and feelingly at the Dm G. W. Bronauoii McKiuney's millinery and will take substreets Saturday for tho first time since after noon Tuesday." True to his home of the deceased at 11 a. m. Sunday scriptions to any paper or magazine in It till was stricken with disease several ho ho eont it yesterday and true to our and then hundreds of loving friends folUnited States and save you the ex- word months ago. He didn't look a great deal the promise we will not betray his confidence lowed the remains to their resting place pense and tioublo of sending for it. He to say that the address is r in Buffalo Cemetery, nowltbstanding the worse for the siege and his friends is also agent for the Interior Journal further than looking as well. were glad to see biro of brevity and is as happy in ex- the rain came steadily down and it wan and will be glad to take subscriptions. model generally a disagreeable day. pression as it is forceful and Call on him and give the young man a CITY AND VIR1MITY. Montqombry. Friends here, of chance. Walnut Flat Ohukcu. Fifty or CO whom she has many, will regret to learn at Orig 4 Hockors'. Ammunition M. TiiKquestiou of the moment with those years sgo,tke Cumberland Prf byterians, that;Mrs. J. Q Montgomery, who a few cost at Our Children's Clothing is what we sell it for. We will give you Bapt'iBtB Clothino Ib going at about years ago moved from this county to who are so unfortunate as to rent is the Regular and the Hard Shell another opportunity to get some unexcelled bargains. A few more Sbauka'. . is dead. Tvnhold fever and other where Bre you going to live next year? and tho Reformers built tho Walnut -black, Cheviot suits at S3. All-woCombination Suits, presents at Withers A Houces are very scarce- in Stanford and Flat church, and for along time the four complications did their work in n few Useful holiday worshipped in it on the ilayH and tho end cam, at 10 o'clock Fri- double seat and knee. $5, and many others which will convince' you those who havo not found quarters to denominations Hocker'e. movo in are experiencing some trouble. cortain days agreed on for each. Alter a day night. Her maideu name was Mi68 on examination. Smctacus atcoet ai Craig Ob Hocker's If some of tho money sent to foreign in- while the Reimlar Baptists anu the Re Nannie Epperson and she was a daugh cash store. Fit guaranteed. vestments had been put into substantial formers moved their memberships to ter of Charles Epporpon, of Adair. Her for baby too in cottflgea hero tho investors would have town and most of the Hard Shells, as mother was a sister of Mrs. George CarTiiebk Ib something fared far better than they havo in many thoy were called, died out, leaving the ter, of the McOormacka church neighDauks', the Jeweler, XniM stock. Presbyterians in nlmost entire control for borhood. Five children are left to Buffer instances. Good wool suits at $$. in centro oi years and lin&lly in entire control after her loss, tho youngest but two monthB This line is large and bargains are numerous. Two good Tiik Intkiuor Journal will get out its We sell no cheap goods but good ones at low prices. trio war. The Methodists, who havo no old. Mrs. Montgomery was a faithful towu lor rent. Applv at thl otllce. Ufiual Christmrs numbers and aiiord its IT' claim on tho church whatever that we woman in every and see our Xruas goods. We advertisers a splendid opportunity to toll are apprised of, havu for some time tried Christian, an excellent Come in respect Bnd a loving wife. Mr. M. K. will be sevof their wares. The paper -:- can please you. Danks, the Jeweler. a there and were per- Humphrey came up Saturday to make eral times its regular size and will ttttn to establish church Pjibschiitions accurately and cheaply with good reading matter of every varie mitted this year to hold a protracted tho necessary preparations for the burial-whicproved very successful, store. " occurred at Buffalo Cemetery Sun filled at Craig & Hocker'a ty. The advertising rates will bo lower meeting, which Good, all wool double and single breasted suits, $ 10. have no equal both in additions and in eauctlfications. day at 1 o'clock after a Bhort service at for the money. Also a good line at $7. 50. Some which cannot be to closo out and the number printed will go nwuy up Wb are selling guua at coBt ell'ort to form a church was the crave by Elder Josoph Ballon. in thu thousands. Securo spni'o at once. Recently the equaled forj55. our stock. Craig & -ilocker's caxh Btorr. and the Cumberland Presby James M. Jones, brother of Mr. Tho ChristmaH numbers will appear Dec. renewed terians feeling that the neighborhood was Robert G. JoneB, of this place, died at How would a bauquet lamp and onyx 17 aud 20. . too poor for two congregations and think hia homo near Mt. Vornon Saturday haB table do our best girl? DankB Tub Authors The following ladies ing that tho Methodists were asking too morning alter an illness of Beveral weeka, them, . have sent answers to the quotations from much in wanting their.houao of worship ending in pneumonia. Mr. Jones was Baddies, harness and authors and Bome of thetn strike very And we have a big line at prices to suit the times. Good At or more properly Bpeaking, in taking it of the leading "opnblicana in hie pants, $2. Corduroys at Si. 50. Fine dress for Sunday. Side silverware. Bound to made room. Far- - near the centre. As the award will not without asking, a meeting of the ci- one county and twice filled the office of Bher-if- f. pockets and top pockets. Latest styles. Call for these goods. ris & Hardin. be made till Dec. 20 and as the decision ders waa held Friday, when it waa decidHe waa 48 years old and leaves a a nice will be by lot, if there ia more than one ed that the churches their property Gold spectacles would make wife and eight children. Xmas present for grandma or grandpa. correct return, there is plonty of time for both in equity and justice, having helped Hon. R. C. Warren has received inothers to try tholr guessing qualities. to build it and for mora than the number formation of tho death of his uncle, Dr. Danks has them. i The replies are from Mrs. R. R. Gentry, of years required for legal posseteion, James M. Warren, at Waverley, Mo., to They are beauties. Ask the boys about them. Fob Salx. Our deslrablo resldenco on Stanford; MIes Georgia Lewis, Danville; held it in control. It waa accordingly which place he moved over 50 years ago. on or address Mrs. Bettio Hall, Hostonville; Misa MarUpper Main street. Call agreed to notify the Methodists that per He was born in Lincoln county, now Dr. Hugh Reld. garet Bright, Stanford; Miss Lillie D. mission to use tho church regularly could Bjyle, 83 years and 28 daya ago, and is , Twknty cuildren'a jacketa 0, 8 and 10 Grant, Lancaster; Miss Pattio Alcorn, not be granted to them or to any other the last of his brothers and sisters. Miss Annie M. Rbines, Kansas organization. It wbp also agreed to en years, at less than manufacturers prices. Stanford; City, Mo.; Misa Nolle Yates, Hiawatha, gage the pastor, Rev. J. P. Halsell, for NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Soverance A Son. Kanset; Mrs. William Soverance, Stan- two instead of one Sunday a month, and ss ford; Mies Josephine Reid, Stanford. Piciubcb. Rowland for cheap, all present doubled their subscriptions. $1 per dozen until January photos, Messrs. John S. owsley.Sr., Bedell ChanIn this department we cannot say too much, as we had a much A fbw of MiBa Mary Gowen'a pupiU at 1, 1890. Coraier. cellor and W. H. Higglns were elected larger trade than we looked for and are getting in goods every day. the college gave a recital Friday aftertrustoes and Messrs. Chancellor and W. Call and examine for yourself. Our stock is still complete, but there 8BBFarris A Hardtn'B display ol Christ- noon, which was enjoyed by those prese Curtia named as deacons. A is no telling how soon it will be broken. Get your choice before it is goods before you buy. They have ent, who also marked tho rapid improve H. mas ,waa appointed to notify the Meth- Invites you to look over his stoclc nd select your We have everything a man must wear. you want. ment of the young ladies. Among those anything Presents. Nice lino ol turniiure, too late. odists of the action and the meeting ad Chrtttmt Chsirs with either Rattan, Wood or Kocking who performed were Misses Stella Rup-le- y, SHIRTS Of every description, white colored, wool and heavy, spring SesU. Bby Buggies, Hobby Horses, Fancy now occupied by Foil Rknt.-Ho- ubo , Amia Cook, Roberta Cash, Nellie journed. Chairs for Children, Couches, Cradles, Harness. working shirts and night shirts. Duck coats for feeding purposes. Hays. Possession given Jan. Stoves or various kinds. Bupif, Phaetons, Mrs. Pattle Murphy, Anna Darat, Sarah Baughman Satisfaction guaranteed or Money refunded. Vehicle, ol any kgd. Call MATRIMONIAL HATTERS. 1. Mies Llcclo Beozley. and Hattle Fowler. Mies Oowen favored Husionvills, KY. -- Mr. W. B. Dlllion, "Wix," of Liv26 in number, the audience with a solo "Come to My Bialine of dinner seta, reWindow, Love," sinking in her most ingston, came down Sunday and took a In the Matter of the assigned Esand chamber seta in great variety at charming manner, and Miss Mary Harris ride with Mlsa Pet Broaddus. They deduced prices. Farris A Hardin. tate ot W. Q. Welch. John Harding iq a way that proved cided then to go to Crab Orchard and or a few rich read to Jellico and Solid silver tableware tier full mastery of the art she teaches so taking the train eloped and bora's long life and pieces of china would make a handsome satisfactorily. Misa Maggie Bright, a pupresent for your wife. Danka has them. pil, showed her aptness and careful train- bappinesa to them. .aut. nt M eititaare hereby notified assignee have been received by to present their elates to the Ky.befors atlhhis 10th Invitationa of ing by reciting "Outrageous Fortune." In tho town of Stanford, Gibls, now "on the dead," one verified display of Miss Harris clasa waa his relatives here to the marriage of Mr. day ol January, 1896, Uusorv. as required by law or those silver mounted canea la aawsll Tho art & WARRBK elicited much favor- Lea Dunlap, to Misa Mary Catherine ana Fu.uid all haa very creditable and Xmaa preeent for your beau. DankB AssignseofW. O.Welch. Wells, at Belton, Mo., on Dec, 18. Mn comment. able them. Interior Journal Gkt a fancy vest at Shanks, latest agony for gentlemen. It is the m m The Difference. m ... to-da- m m SEVERANCE & SON. i. m Here ! Here ! a -- m - IHg-gin- XMAS GOODS. to-da- m Misur-aSuB- m HUCHES & TATE. Are you in Need of Any i Clothing? We will Help You With a 20 Per Cent. Discount. all-wool well-time- d. Oa-AB- v. i1 r - - BOYS' CLOTHING I m Blore-roo- ms MEN'S CLOTHING ! h r ch - hi All Men Wear Pants. all-woo- CosT.-Sto- vea, l, NECKWEAR ! Underwear to Suit Everybody and at Prices to Suit You. first-cla- Look In, Come In. D. S. OVERCOATS. com-mltto- CAHPENTEH Snr-re- j. 1 1 wore-marrie- Notice to Creditors! Strictly One Price Clothing House, .. ol-ft- ce jt J. Danville, Ky. L. Frohman & Co. I, I - , . t- - . - - .'-- . fi ivifc.gfa.tljg J I ., " 1 II i ly Semi-Week- Interior Joiirna: - THE FOURTEENTH. said that it is nlwnys (lie unexpected that happens, and that to bo prepared for emergencies ono must bo both a philosopher and a fatalist As Professor Smytho, musician, piano ttmcr and general utility man in a musical y wns going to tho Globo theater, whero ho was to play a ilnto obligato with tho regular orchestra, ho would havo boon much surprised if any hint of ft now calamity in his run down fortunes could havo been then and there foretold. Ho certainly thought ho had taxed tho ingenuity of advorso fato to its utmost, and ho had enough misery on hand to lust a lifetime. But tho mis-- f ortnuo awaiting him was of a grotcsquo turn and quite uuliko tho others, which boon Pabllshod Every Tuesday and Friday AT 83 P35R YKjVKIN- ADVANC3B jtrWhen not aopsid 52. bO will be chirjjjed.T K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. It has Christmas Rockers, Centre Tables. Rugs, Easles, Picture Frames, Pictures and Screens at ' Train i lejve sUnfota and arriving at 4:30 p. m. i 7:15 9:13 p. m. am guilty." nil Iho Smytlica slnco Mount Ararat in hia thin, rasping tones. "A likely story. Tnrn yonr pockets lnsido out," oommanded tho host "I rufuso to do it. " "Then I will send for (ho police. I was willing to givo you a chauec, but if yon rofnso to bo soarchod yon aro DK. "W. B, PINNY, DcnUst, Oflie on Main n J 3 p. m L.&N. Nc.3, LOCAL TIME CARD. No. H, Train going North " " No, ao. No. J, South . , ...... la 1 ;pm Withers & Hooker's, Co, 3 t5 12 04 tjpm m pm Stanford, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pat Junction v,uy a follows: No. 1 South it 37 a m No a North ...3.C6 p m " 3 " 4 ...1.46 p .35am hr. i wero tho commonplace ones of illness, STAMFORD, poverty and bad luck in everything ho undertook. As ho walked nloup in tJm hrlnWim doprossed fashion that had become natural to him through hobitudo with mis- All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing rortuuo ho was awaro of tho sudden done in first class style. opening of a door in a handsomo residence ho was passing and a flood of light boamiug across his path. At tho sauio timo n man in ovcuiug dress Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic ran lightly down tho steps, seized him Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in diis work. by tho arm and said briskly: "My dear sir, exenso mo, but would 8XFERIEECED PELETER. R. KISLEY. BR. yon do mo a groat favor?" Professor Smytho forgot to draw into Has charge ot our raintmg Department, uive us a tmi. his Bholl, so suddon was this attack. Ho stood still, liUo tho wedding guest in tho "Ancient Mariner," but finally stammered his need of hasto and the occasion of it, "I will pay you twico as mnch, and yon will havo nothing to do but mako yourself agreeable. It will bo a great Absolutely accommodation, and I shall nover forA cream of tarter baking pow- get it. I can seo by your appoarauco RrlixbU Michigan Mulu athiof!" that yon al Life Ititutaaic Co., ol Detroit Mich, can der. Highest of all in leavening a friend aro a geutloman. Consider me Tho other man startwl and moved to- write you all the moat farorablc tlant ot lour and accent mv offer. " rice. He ano renrcMxti the old relnbU dtiiril strength. Latest United States ward tho door. Then ho waited. "But what service is required of mo?" Tobacco Wrhou of Ky., aid will Government Food Report. "Ihavoptaloii from yon hern, lot mo be elail to have a liberal aharc 111. tout mimgui. asked tho professor, who had a vaguo ol Will bo itAjy tu CMiilira.l the lavora that cat be show yew, owl yMi will know why I given by any ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., idoa that a grand piano had suddenly Libctal advance, arhou crouo wrouc. could have died easier thm to lwro tlnso menu mad., on comiii rorntt, both cath ihe In 106 wall Street, New York. and will "Why, you see, I am giving a dinner Iooploglotiug ovor ma ijoo hero and court day, country. wautinjf be al Stanfoid rrry STS..ncthinq:Ncv"S Pmtiti hivthcaJi, prlaw or Junn H. Caitleuau. A. U. Lantiau. to somo friends. It is all on tho hero and hrt." money aiwuld ddua m at table, llut l.ick, K. rroniptattenttoncuarautced. Flo took thw valnnblmont of his pock()im and wo havo just discovered that thcro et one by oho. They umdo a stmneo ox- aro 13 of us. That would never do at al'KINR ANU SUMMUK. hibit as ho pilwl tlioin up o tho wblo Somothing to Beautify alL NOW if VOU Will dhin wlHi na tho Ladies. in front of him. Thoy wwo a roll of shall bo well paid for your services, and a""New aa diuiwr broad, u imt, a eweotlvrnd rollI daro say yon will bo in timo for your Dally opotuniBic flau, Oowrn and laccit ed in a hwf of lettuco, a chicken brot, ccivf ttaikMt.raiiccte the trdthit they wtl, fluto solo at tho thoater, as yon can bo fil.d in our jtblikhment the nine cactutlvcacti a bit of taatod bawl Riitl a ottviarc a Myleef excused when you desire. "You will 'U and btDticIa and all the Miudwicli. Ho bnwght tlwm oit to tho UAHlht b.)(IUiih .MilllHcry for which we aie como? Thanks!" Mnn llituUfhcut tho Lounlry. hint crumb, with theniruiaeruf cue who 'Tho professor followed his host in a aecuiril a tnnnrr for the tr &OASTLBM lays his lifo on tho altar of Mwrifleo. Thanking you tur patt state of nbsoluto subjection, as if ho we ittpcctJ0"fully tpliclt your palrena c heietutwe m In cially might havo been hypnotized, but tho "Great houvwts. man, what iloow this bUM. M. U. IIUlllil.KAK MANAGERS, moan?" asktMl the at..i:ihel hoct. fact was that tho poor man had KAIfc UUUDkKAK. .MaBaer. Seedingtime is now right at hand; we have a largetock of broOjmnierco Building", Louisville, ken Ills fast siuco morning, and not do- "It memw. " replied tlw othr aoiuuin-ly- , tho "thut my sick wife tuid my little iiuious aroma or tiio dinner coming Agents throughout the South 13ASTIi HOUSE, children aro starving, and that I pilferthrough tho open door proved irresistied from my share of food at your tnblo V? A. TEXBSfcS, Local Agcat. ble. Ho gavo his uamo in a whisper, Crab Orchnrd, Ky. to givo them, for my rent is ontrduo, Meet all was handed over to a servant, who took TraiDi.nlirht aed day. I'.tn.n. iaV.n 10 STANFORD, KY mm up stairs into a guest chamber, T?mKfotrirr nil rf flir mnch nnnnlnr nnrl atinroved kind.';. Wl handle and tho money I onmed is nlrtmdy any part 01 town rrce of Chatge. ,ir' VOU ARBGOINO...... holped him romovo his shabby overcoat nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine speut" Good Llwrj Attadivd, Fur of Hotel Jt.oo pel f.:., auu wmsk-e- oil ills best suit with a "Bnt what did yon oat yoursolf?" day. A. II. IIAS1IN, l'rop. Prices all ricrht. The ...,-- .. 10 fining OUr SCOCK hefore buvintr. ok "ilorb tlnui I havo oatu for many a handled brush, taking its throad-bar- o offering special inducements to close out a nice line nay. unt now do wIUi mo wlwt you ......TUB. glint for dust It was well ho was short and we are will." engaged to play; otherwise ho would 01 iJUggics anu oiurcys. not ha'vo been in oveuiug dross. Ho was "Would vou mind putting thoso things Attorney Law. back into your ockot?" iiiquirod his beginning to enjoy the littlo comedy in W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. - which ho was himself an actor. host vaguely. "Now como with mo. " Ho took him by tho nrm and led him There was no introduction. His host Onice Street, oppoille the Court motioned him to a scat botwonn thn down stairs mid into thoptwonco of the Houie. an t.anrttterreceive npeclal atlentiiin, U Collertt'iia For MONEY LOVING PEOPLE. LOUISVILLC & NASHVILLC R. R. maiden lady and a sovoro matron who shaking guests. "I I made a bad my friends," ho said. "This genturned hor silken back on him to talk to IB. her neighbor on tho other side. Tho pro--' tleman has proved himself porfectly in It. the line for you, at its fessor's prido did not onco assert itsolf. Attorney at Law, nocent or any attempt at crime, and I Have your Prescriptions filled at Craig must bog you to remain silont as to tho Ho wa3 masquerading that was alL - MaVecloie connection! at ovonts of this evening. Ho is But fato had not dono with Pmfmwnr VI A i my :& Hocker's. Drugs and Chemicals only us protection from this timo, and under will Will as; at Kaccutsr,AdmInittrator and Aailfn-- e Pure s LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Smythe. yon T3 W UJ For all points. Tho consommo had a dash of nil agreo with mo that wo aro extremely o ed. Accuracy, Promptness and Special attention lo Settlcoaenta ot Ea. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. sorry that such n mistake should havo in it. and now lifo was- Infimrwi and Hale and DivUloa of tr, ai UAUUAUt CHECKED THROUGH into tho vciuB of Si 9 r? occurred." f anta'Landi. this professional diner for any information enquire of Office on I.ancaiterSt ove r Supl. W. Y, McCla out. Tho fish and game and pato that Of course thoy all agreed with tho JOES. KICK, Agent, cjo Stanford, Ky followed woro all triumphs of tho culisentiments of thoir host, whatever thoy T office. wero, and Professor Snivthc was nllnw- nary art, and tho hungry man cloyed tho A. 8. 02 edgo of his appetite, not by tho baro Guaranteed. A full line of Druggists' Sundries cd to tako his loavo amid profuo ajwlo-gieimagination of a feast, but by tho foast Mrs. M. L. Rpyno In Detroit Freo o "Z Surgeon " Press. itself. It was no feast of tho Barmecodo 13 always in stock. s. E Dentist, oither, for tliq viands wero actual, and tho wine was not a pretense, but a delightful vintage, served in cut glass gobS CK.A.ICS c& M. S. IUUGIIM4N. j. W. lUUGHMAtv Office over McKobem Druif Store In the lets. Tho poor professor felt liko saying Owaley to his noighbor, "Pinch mo!" for it was liko a dream or an illusion rathor than I'HJS HOUSE raorsiiTOKj a reality. B. nil.KY, Proprietor, F. But tho striking of tho clock reminded LIVERY, FEISZ) & SALE him that- ho had been thero nu hour, and -- KontuaKy. as ho had broken tho spoil of tho unlucky 13 ho ventured to oxcuso Kentucky. ''Pf1 hn r t acconmodaie the and rose stiffly from his place and Kd attached Ii you nood livery clvr ua a call. Nothing but rrd. Livery me a call. and .vary convenielc Jw bowed himself out of tho room. luve lurnouta win leavo our stable. Sec in 11 Ho was followed by a sorvant who FRANK RIT.ev . forratca. In our handed hint an envolopo with tho comHARNESS SHOP pliments of tho geutloman with whom Vou will find 1 Rood aatortment. of HamcM. llrl. ho had just dined. Not for worlds would din, saddlca.iSc Havo your rcpalnoc dnns bi ho havo opened it, though it was unsealour man, he undcritandt hit buiiiicu. Wc have 1 uccetaora to J. B. Hfjrgin,, Dwlert in mechanic in our ed, before the man, but ho accepted it graciously and went up stairs to got his Ready-mad- e BLACKSMITH SHOP. or made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any man hat and overcoat unattended. Wllljuarantwflrjt-clvjrk n'l tatlifact)! A- number of handsomely appointed d'icoa Tiy our hor ahoer. chambers woro on tho uppor hall, and Ky. the professor glanced into each as ho NATIONAL BANH passed on his way to tho particular guest chamber whero ho had left his bolong-iugOK.STANFORU, KY. the Ute.e.t of the people o, lhU aieCVp.? Porhaps he was a triflo ovorcomo by sherry and other boverages, but ho 37 Capital Stock-Surpl- us thought tho room had boen durkenod BON' FORCF.rTiraT. and that ho was right. Ho stood a moAttention of the public ta invited to that, THE FAVORITE MILLS, ment in tho doorway and looked cautrut true Is the only National Rank In Stanfcr. tiously in, neorinir about nfc tho Invnrv AT McKINNKV Under the firovnton. aF thm V.iIai..! i...l. Have just been ovtrliauled and' renal'r..! depositor! are secured not only by the capita but at tho gaino timo noting that it was -. itock, but bv the stockholders1 liability fcr a wcSSSd not tho dressing room for which ho was mount equal to tbe atock, ao that depoujori 0 WorLa, ofHichrnond, Ind . and wits air" m, n , no this institution are secured by a fund or$4ov,x are domgrnore and looking. Beforo ho could step back and Pwo Five sworn statomvnts of tho condition of the luu. than over before, and with the old better D EXPOSITION turn down the cprridor again tho unexKenoedy as head miller, you are relUbl. are made oachycarto the United States govers sure of pected hannened. Ho rfioriivM n anrlitnn mentand Its assets are examined at tiin-- nm. WILL BE HELD by government agents, thus securing addititonf and violent push behind, which and perfect safely to depositors. f".V"i' We guarantee satisfaction. Tbrdrr'iVe Sept. 18th:to Dec. 31st, 1895. flung him forward from of tho doorway This institutiou, oriemally eiUbllahad as tb. and Bakers' Choice. out Hank of Stanford in 1S5S, then Oepotit On ground traversed by rirta Jpiti , orcr which into tho room, tho door was instantly ised aa the National Bank of Stanford in iSdj am Succesrorto K. Sherman threw the Tint shell Into Atlanta 11 years saw ago, the Exposition la last taking ahape. The ex- locked upou him, and ho was a prisoner. Mine rtrsi national tiaiik o iuntord in tS8a, has had practically an unintei cellent railway facilities of the great "Smytho luck!" said tho poor man rupted exlttence of 3a years. It is better supplia. aow with facilities for transacting biulnesa prouip. Gr. as ho tried in vain to open thp door and wMWSSgw ly and liberally than ever before in its long an know by tho rumpus he could hoar 0 aonorable career. Accounts of corporations, fido eaePfODrlefAPal ftf :ianei, firms and individuals reapsctfully aolu that tho houso was in a stato of red. "I suppose thoy will think I The Directory of this Bank is compoied ot was trying to steal something. " Fotcstua Iloid, Lincoln county; STANFOllD, KV..J And to add to his terror ho heard the S.T. Harris, Lincoln; An J Its connections lo Atlanta, together with low ,... bns- llavine boueht ofp w n Than anyjheaterjjin the' market. will enable the p onlo to make a de; alarmed housohojd coming railway rates, J. H. Collier, Lincoln; up qtaiin, inss anJ added new huvii.r"? W .. - . . qui lignum trip ai hones, 'we are prepared to furnish f J, W. Hayden, Stanford; ThegucaajSctwcwt raB,aupcrb.MUUulefl , and tho. noxt moment tho door, of hi. carrying Parlor. through tljep and S. 11. Biufhman.l Lincoln; ith opened, OUd his h06t' backed FIRST-CLAS- S Irdm Cincinnati direct . nhurvn nn J. S. liocker, Stanford ; TURNOUTS till) nilUoguestS, Stood In tho open OJ lo AUanta. paialng through Gttorjetown, Lfxlat W. A.Tflbble.SUarord; )n ihort nrirlr rr Somcat and inm fin i.l low reauced ratca doorway. ten.'....i. i.Mi.,.f Harrlman en route. ua alwan ready adV.niV"D. nad ? M. O. Elmore, Stanford) pvra Wagons, either 2;Ti. ? J'"W ""."'U' ",!" " ".... "i'71.."- - & Creaceut ' "WlWt MO yoa doing horo?" WfW tM For Halls '.and Offices: to T. P. Hill, Stanford; . V...r,.iL..j... . 7.? juuuu. or "nil i:irtf. jutf qnuon 1H8 llOt proponndpd. "Tell . f.eotoraeningaDouriiumi. 1 K. L. Tanner, McKinney; V- If I Mill.. ' Kf. V. - ay A.J. LYTLK.D. P.A., - Chttaaoogj Ten, the truth uow as you would hopo for ,n couru and enUruInmSnt. and J. Hocker.Presldont; CHAS.W. ZBLL, D.P.A., - - CinelnnaU, 0J mercy." yUr hono ,0Tai bid. wiU be J ao. ), McKobcrls, Cashier; ' "I came here to get my hat find "Vf ad printed matte. For'frte a A ICL' - .... .. . ......uiwikiuui;, ASSl Litsnict I House S,ffirKdfXy. V.;c.iRINK ARSON, O. P. A., - . CUciantl. ooafc" .kl the prpfeseox. the dlKnity of "rer. ..337 a ra u " ..6.00 a m Ncs. 5 and 6 ami 9 and 10 run no fur- Note. hor than Junction City, nor on Sunday, 7 " " " 5 " " 11.0a m i.eoa m ......8 40 p m 6 8 10 ...3.13 am a St. Asaph Carriage KENTUCKY, royas . EPS MERSHON & GREER., Proprietors. or-an- Horse Shoeing and Blachsmithing of ai! Kinds. E. M kinb Pure POWDER A Steel Range and 40 ces of Ware for $25. Pie- ing to conceal." HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. A hollow laugh rang through tho t Ottcik pfvl.lt) u ;oom. Was it possible tho bold iutrudor edit and bn ttt.i.i.k l0 run tck V.'c.l tin. Lawv L'txiUtlei. cf Co in j i ua hod. dared to laugh at them? It was tho no Catltrt. , aliv iUrmjfMi. J), e. vs langli or (Impair, and as such it smuto upon tiie heart of tho host, who looked troubled and iwrploxod. His enforced or In truiJc lor icmlx, on llJLiO. lur gneat saw tho look, and it suggostod a t. uilo.fi i aliulma ot i my rtvuie lu Oliru-ilLd.u, huuinu, lauoer. line tu huhou to nini. "Send these men away," ho said, pointing to tho group of alarmed gnosta ORCHARD, LAWN", GARDEN crowding in at tho door. Ho wiw glad FALL, I3Jw tho women hnd remained below stairs All limU ol Kruit uJ Ortittiitrul Titc, mid not como to gaze uKn his discomShtub, I'ruii., Vint, fiture. Ho did not know that thoy wero Ac, A'.. Small ageuu. Crapedlicctaud Aiparsua, No liny ae mow locked up in fear mid trembling in a dis- tiy. liaIi'L'- - ou aptiliLatlon to 11. K ItlLI.ENMEVHI tant parlor. ('$ im Ltxiniton, Ky. "Wo won't go, " choruwd tho group. "Ho may want to murder you." "litotrt think lm will," id tho host who was really soft hearted. "I.'ll trust J K. 11AKKUK, 1'ropiutor, him, and you follows can co to tho la dies. I'll call if I need liolp." - Thoy wont, rathur glud to bo out of it, Ratra TWO UOLLAItS l'or Par. and tho two men, left togothor, oyed eaclt olhor, ono waiting for tho other to Rrrueddrd and refuruliheti lhtouhouU LaK speak. Thoy wero oxactly opjHisito in mju tomraiwioHi tmpie Koema. Hallaand ollice y Klcclrlc 1WU. appoarauco, ono rcy mid rubicund, tho I'roiupt and polite connf-ctrrrvlce to fiucUi. 47 other thin r.ud nuxiomi a meager trav est on a suaiful man. OUR llt'STLINO I.NSL'RANCB MAN, "Irofnwl to 1ft youRirth mo," mid tho profftMKir slowly, VT. oh, my Qod, how can I aclaiowloilt-it I nm WhicprrtcntithOM (rt-iuui- bo reasons why vou rofnso to bo Kn.in.h- ed. Ifyou aro honest, you am havo noth- not a thief." "I do not know. Your actions are very suspicion. You can explain mat-tor- s to tho chief of police. Thcro muit "I nru Stanford, : Ky. Strct, Opposite the Tfat-Otric- O JT. : T. : BtTTTON, tJKDERTAKER, ui BARKER HOUSE, Somerset, Kentucky. d "ln-oin- -- M. JOE3STSOIT, a watt-hcu- ie 1 ROYAL vr-- W. H. WEAKEN & CO. ssuranee mmvm e OF UVSBI'OOI., BAEBEE AS ,OOK HERE r'l'", 1 - he fiiw-cla- n fr, Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, :u THE " NOHTE WEST, u sil-v- or Il-t- n B. K. WTSAHEIT. w. b. b'O'.rcb:, at Stanford, Kentucky. mis-tak- e, $ Wallaoo Vamon, Double Dally Trains 0 .rS a n cbam-patfii- t Stanford, Altn-ncy Kentucky. - 'in LOW IFIRIO ESI HOOKER. "t g s. PRICE, I L) Stanford, Ky. 5- 1 H.S.&J.W.Baughman, RILEY - him-tfo- lf STABLE, Stanford, ua enden, " iiov-ci- Men's and Boys' SuitSg"and Over coats, -- -- E. R. Noel & Son, - a H. : J. : M'ROBERTS. All Kinds of Coal, Stanford, FIRST a. Moor's Air Tight Heater. S200,00C 23.70C a- I i--v THE ATLANTA TRY ONE. It Uses f., Incrr-aacd- W1 UT..,.,fea. 'J ?& QUEEN AND QRESCENT RUT nv -.- out-sid.- Less Fuel B. COOPER, Livery aud Feedk Stable, ip Z?VT JtMa-tha- THE STOVE ... -- .! n.e-.iu- k Inforn-tlo- n HIGGINS & McKINNEY, .v V , w ,4 sss-saa-a i r 1 -- . jj is--, 4j j- ,. ,1 yg&gj-isJ- j wu &., f& fia'