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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895121301 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. i' ;v . W .r jl EMI rf.kt w w -- . T8k.A4f ,&. JR., .JL Imttpd t ad Xm t mai JR, JB--R. 9 .CcS kJL vw! JLx. &? wv' vw J.ev.JL 5 X JL,Ji $ VOL. XXIII. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 13. 1895. GOV. BRADLLY, results in injury to tho State and begets negligence, carelessness and, not infrequently, corruption. Under euch conditions, tho succession of another party arouses public expectation to such a degree, that in most instances, hnwover creditable, its administration is n source of disappointment. Profoundly impressed with this expsctatlon, apprehensive lest my ability shall not provo equal to tho emergency. I lumimo tho duties of Chief Magistrate of our belovod Commonwealth, confidently leaniuK npon the pitriotiam of a aplendid poopli for and humbly invoking the aid of that Higher Power which direols tho destiny of Nations The credit aud honor of tho Slate aud Nation aro of firnt importance. Tho recent populor verdict, which has declared in favor of the use of both gold and silver as money, but at the Btme time, tho maintenance of the beat and highest Btandard to that evi-idollar shall be of equal value, should be accepted and ad hered to. And while publiccredit should be protected, wm should none tho leps favor a well regulated system of protection to every branch of American industry; such n system hs will encourage gen iue, nourish and increase diversified industries, maintain and enlarge n homo market p.ud protect every honeet son of toil from tho degredatlon of competion with the panper labor of the old world. Together with thin, should be fostered that reciprocity which will insure free or change of our products with other Nations for commodities which can not bo successfully grown, or manufactured in this country. Tho accomplishment nnd maintenance of these economic measures will develop our redources, advanco our material prosperity and give to Kentucky the position she is entitled to occupy in the sisterhood of State. In tho management of State affair, honesty and fidelity are demanded of ev cry public officer, and any irregularities that may have been, or may be commit WhI should be punished and the honor of the St ite and people vindicated at ah Iirz ud. Public officers aro not tho mas tor, but tho servants of the peoplo and, whenever they fail to faithfully andbon eotly discharge their duties, merit sevt-est condemnation, discharge from the service and such punishment as the law provides. Public education, tho purification of the ballot, u just system of taxation, such as shall not letter tho material advancement of any section, shall at all times be promoted by overy energy of which I . am The people rightly demand retrench ment an reform as well as tho stricktest ecoumy in evory branch of tho public servico, not inconsistent with tho gener al welfare; and I promise to do every thing in my power to sso that their do mand is literally complied with. Above all thinga, the constitution, and laws within its spirit, must be or forced Every citizen shall be protected in life, liberty and property at whatever cost. I Bolomly appeal to tho people in every lo cality, and to tho officers of the State, for n faithful, energetic and fearless ouforce mentof the law. Nothing can be more effective, in the Bupprefsioa of crime, than the cultivation aud expression of a tiealthy public sentiment which will hold in just execration overy criminal; more especially tho murderer and assassin Mob violenco (which has its home in the breistsof cowards) should b) prevonted at all haztrdp; and, if committed, should bu properly and severely punishnd. Such action is an open declaration of went of confidence in the courts aud, instead of promoting, iIobs ssrious injury to the welfare of the State. The commission of crime to puuish crime can find no apologist in u Cnnstian civilization. The people are the source of Dower, From ttiem 1 hold my couimission and to them 1 nm responsible. Bearing this continually in mind I shall respect and. without fear or favor, I ilthfully endeavor to carry out their will I shall do rigtit, as God enables me to see right; be just, as tie enables me to determine what is juht, and, by the lovo that 1 cherish lor tue atate of my birth, do al) tvitliin me lies to advance her prosperity, enlorce hor laws, protect her citizens and maintain her honor, remember ing always that I am not the governor of a party but ot all the people. Knowing that the wisdom of all can be more safely relied on than the wisdom of a portion; that next to the people the press is the groatest power, I appeal to both press aud poople, irrespective of party, now that the conflict has passed aud the angry waves of party strifo have sunk to rest, now that we aro embarking for our voyage upon a calm ana beautiful sea. for their advice and assistance in theadvancment of the State, whose past ia illustrious, whose present demonstrates so many needed improvements and whcsi future, if her aons bat do their duty, will surpass the most extravagant expectation. Trusting that at tho end of the next four years, a record will have been made of which every citizen of the Commonwealth will be justly proud, and with an earnest prayer that not Kentucky alone, but every State of the Union, will have made substantial advancement, that the bonds of union and love between them will have crown stronger and our magnificent Republic will have advanced in material prosperity, power and gTsadear, I conclude by tbanktng you, my for this generous demonstration, I am now ready, Mr. Chief Justice, to take the oath of office. pup-po- rt y NO. 82 The liolluefB mectiiiK ' conducted by Nov. F. M. Ilill on Monday nijjht at tho Presbyterian church. Tlio pnlillc Bchool that ha 1 tauKhtby Mr. Mock Elliott Ht HwinR'B The mite society ol tm rrcaryterian church meets with Mra. Mary Alien WcialKttr thin afternoon at 3 o'clock. Tho Bubject o( Elder Goofku Got'ii7 diBCOuraBon Sunday morning will be "What is In tho Midst ol tho Golden Rchool-hounu Inaugurated Amid Pomp and Ceremony. Tlicmcand3 of Pcoplo Soa tlxa Old Commonwealth Turnod Ov:r to tho Sspiihlicans. If m 1) cloaca to-da- y. Has remembered the little folks of Ilustonville, Headquarters is I on 3 CI I Ofe 1 1 & Kentucky, and his vuweus nOBERT HARVEY 8n m tUrm mmvy Candlestick," - It 6t Mr. Milton EulottV hciiooI at no Point will closo nxt I'riday witwill bid fa'uwell to LdticuBler friomlh -- ..J Citizen Soldiery and Brass Caloro. ro to Mayflold. Mra. W. 8 O'Neal la atili reported Pull Toxt of Tho Inaugural very sick. Mr. Ed Uishop, who wan no ill, ban sufllclently recovered to ba athls place of bucinwa. There was a mother's meotniK Wednesday afternoon tit Mrs. llunley itnt!l-ton- 's of tho mothers o( Miss Marani1 Murphy's kindergarten class. Mnrrled on Woduesday nt tho homo of thti bride's parents near tho Preach eravillaneiRhborhood, Mls Mattio Anderson and Mr. Llonry Arnold, both of thti county. Many of our busy houao'Mveu are truly tlndinK out this week (it being bog killint: time with thorn, that "A man worko from sun to hud, but a woman's work is neviir done." Tho Deuiorest contest that was to have been the 17th at Incumber tins been obaned and will occur the 21st ol December. Tho contthtants wanted a Fkakkfoi'.t, Dec. 10. little more time to prepare- for it. Frankfort was literally alive with peoDied of diphtheria at Paint Ltek, in ple Tuesday to see Col. William O'Con-nl- l this county, Thurston, tho llttlo Hriulley Inducted into oflice. Every Turpln son of Mr. and Mrs. wero brought republican of promiuenoe in tho Htate Whlttaker. Theromalnc hero and intorred in our cemetery on waa ther to Hitnea-- their chief tan take the oath and the reins of government of "Wednesday. A number of our Htores aro nlreudy this Commonwealth and from their np- decorated with pretty holiday uoods. To pearanoea they fait that it was itood to be there. Ttiu city Mas beautifully decorn eee tho bright, happy ficmi children prettily mlorned windows tptl and presented the gayeft appearance into the on would indued be an incentive fur a visit imaginable. The aohliur hove hand hy the hundnla ami nwapstr from Santa Ciati. Bank men viru ns thick us tiddlers are auppos The olllcers of tho OUIx-n- s old Franklin ImtiiiUo ed to he mi (ho l'uitonlau redone. have bought the The procession formed at 11 o'clock in building, pnyluct"50 lor Mr. J. W Went Frankfort and marched through the Internal in it. Tnoy havn lw the rooms above the ImhU ttuv puncipal etreutx then over tho hrldgu in to Frankfort proper and on to tbo Capioccupied by the Ueutral Uerord. If reports be true there will lx two tal. Tbo First and Second regiments weddings at Uuckeyo in which two sis- were in line and (1,000 civilians, members of clubs from all oyei the State marched ters In on family will marry. More than likely they will have a double wedding. behind them. At the State hotisj fully S!0,000 people were gitthered to wituess Wo know tho name of oue of the booh to the inaugural curHmonieri. Mayor Julian bo groom, iut cot tbo other., by presided and introduced the speakers in There will boa Masonic supper a fow brief worda The program was as the members of that fraternity tho night Prayer by Dr. W. C. Taylor; ad aftor Xiuas, Dec. 20, over R. E. McRob-ert- follow: dress of parting and welcome by Juoge drugstore. They think of having a w. U. IIoll; valedictory by Gov Brown platform erected on the outaido that will and address by Gov. elect Bradley. At extend from the drug Btoro to the 1:15 Rev. I). Clay Lilly said n short bone Hall. diction and tho ceremonies were ended. Tho four Hunday schools will unite Gov Bradloy with family and numerous and haveaXmna treo at tho Christian friends were dined by the retiring gov church Xmaa Ero. Tho troa will be crnor at tho Disunion aud at night tho principally for the little folic b and the Inaugural ball followed, It was a bril- committee that arranges the treo will Beo lUnt ullair but its usual very littlu danc that the scholars of the four schools are ln was done. remembered. Gov. Brown, in his address, said that There havo been ajvcral cbangen in democracy in this State was far from residences in tho past woek or two. Mr. dead aud that four years henco another Dick liurnside, who purchased the democrat would be inaugurated. Tho property, moved hia family to it old gentleman spoke very distinctly aud Mr. George FnrrUand ftinily havo mov- if in the large neaembly there was one ed from their farm to the Btormrs house who did not hiar him it was his on Ddtivillo street. fault. A. H Brown, who recently got into a Gov. Brown odd G)v. Bradley this n dlfliculty with James ILmlin and high compliment: For my distinguish nnd was Indicted by the grand jury ml 8UCcrHor I feel grutt admiration. Ho at the present term ol court, was pinion is a gentleman of ability, g?uil aud kind ed by Gov. Brown. Mr. Brown has in his nature, aud of high integrity of reabout recovered from tho wounds ho character. Ho has won n phenominal ceived at the hands of Hardin. victory. I am Bure that lie will most Tho following republicans attended honestly administer tho atlairs of State, tbo inauguration: Col. D. R. Collier, W. and I extend to him hero asaurancea of T. West, Dr. J. B. Kiunaird and Win, my personal good wishes. McClelland Johnston. Mrs. Dr. BurGov. Bradley'a address is given in full nett, of Illinois, waa tho Rueat of her aud our readers can do their own comcousins, Misses Jennie and Lucy Arnold. menting on it. He was in splendid volco Mro. John E. Btormes and Mra. Mollle and had every appoaranco of a man who Wbito Young leave Friday for Coving- could fill the gubernatorial chair acceptaton on a short visit. Mrs. Stovo Walker bly. Denny. Mr. la the guest of Mrs. Georgo Both tho rotiring and the incoming Alex Bchwalbe, of Cincinnati, is tho governors read their addresses, which guest of Mr. Jake Joseph and family. detracted to come extent from the morits Mrs. Ram Rout, of Stanford, is tho guest of tbera. It looks liko such able men of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rus Den- should have found little or no tronblo ton. Mr. Mack Elliott leaves Saturday in memorizing such brief speeches. to visit friend in Louisville and thence Pick. pockets were as thick as hops to join his parents, Prof, and Mrs. Milton and got in their work on the crowd. NuElliott, at Mayfleld. Dr. W. S. Beaztoy merous arrests were made, but only a aud Miss Lizzlo Thompson, Charles An. few ol the articles said to have been stodersonand Miss Qallie Herring all leave len were found. to bo tho guests of MIbs Ethyl Gov. Bradley'a kinsfolk were on band Beazley. by the score and all wero givon sects in -- . the speakerr.' stand, hat Bradley, who MarvolouB Roaulte. by Ry. J. Gumlermao, occupied a front seat, is no unusually from letter written of Diwondalt. Mich., we are permitted to make handsome lady and resemblos her bister, this extract: "I have no hesitation in f ocommcod-tn- i Dr. King's New Discovery, M the results Mrs. R. O. Warren, to a considerable exin the case of wy wife.. wsra almost marvelousthe Baptist church t Klvoi tent. E. 0. W. Whilel was putor of lx The City Bedecked in Holiday Array. Sands PLEASANTS. Ad-tlrof- la Tho long expected end came Wednes day night. Mr. K. rl. Pleasants, who has been almost helpless and nearly blind for several years, breathed his last after a llfo unusually prolonged. Mr. Pleasants wkb born in Goochland c mnty, Va., Sept. 10, 1S03. making him 02 his last birthday. When he was four years old his parents moved to Kentucky and he has since lived in the neighborhood of Crab Orchard. He wbb married to MWs Chandler Feb. 24, 1811 nnd seven children were born to them. Shu died in 1S53 and the next year ho married Miss Amelia Abraham, by whom ho had two clullren. She also preceded him to Mie grave., Since ISIS, Mr Pleasants has been a member of the BaptUt church and has led an upright aud consistent Christian life. And his consignment includes everything calculated to tickle the childish fancy and rejoice the childish heart, including Drums, Fifes, Violins, Wagons, Tricycles for the boys, and dolls, dull furniture, baby buggies for the girls. Beautiful story books for boys and girls from A. B. C. to elegant gift books of story ond adventure handsomely illustrated. Bring the little folks to see the innumerable things that we have not space to mention. You are troubled about selecting a present for your husband, brother or best beau. See our elegant Meerschaum and French Briar Pipes, Smoking and Shaving Sets bought specially for Holiday Presents. frAriTil ATnftTI Vou want a present for her? Examine our HJ--gr. beautiful Manicure Sets, Album, Gift Books Toilet Sets, and the thousand innumerable varieties of stylish articles in Silver and Glass any one of which will make a satisfactory present for Christmas. T.otqc y..,,-,,,..,,,- ..-- P&rQIltS ;t?. . fr -- ?,-! not et our cmreu iavc impure and danger- ous Candies because they are a few cents cheaper per fiound than good Candies. See our line of the purest and best stick and Fancy Candies that money can buy and you will purchase. - four-year-ol- d Tho funeral will occur this moruine at o'clock and then the remains will bo consigned to their place in the old family burying ground. 10 CRAB ORCHARD. The Charles w toler bmoor un i gxx-in- g Madam Humor still insists that tho chimes of wedding hells are eoou to be hoard for oven more than one wedding I'be Sunday schools are planuing for a uniou Christmas tree during tho ap -- War to the Knife. Prices Lower Than The u owest wt-r- o proachiugholldas. Mr. James Fish and family have r Mil-lo- r's pur-ctias- ed possc-esed- 1 a' Ma.-son- ic Lan-drft- m on Wal-dre- moved to town, occupying the house re- Your money never woold buy as much as at present, for we have cently vacated by Capt. Dillon. Miss reached the Mollio Brooks hca returned from b visit to Harrodsburg. Kev. Mr. Audnrson will fill the pul. p'.tinthe Btptfst church Sunday. He should be encouraged by a largo hearing, JVe have but one desire, that is to show you goods and quote you for he, evidently, is the "right man in Bed Rock Prices. tho right place." Mrs. Stapp and daughter, Misj Kena, aro recovertui: Iroui quite a severe, attack of grip. Misses Bettle Higgins and ie Mageo are on the sick list. Mr. H. When you arise some morning and find the sun rising in the West, Hutchison and family have been quito that will be the day when Charles Wheeler will be undersold and not Headquarters for sick. Mr. J. E. Carson's family are im till then. proving after a long siege of sore throat aud bad colds. Miss Annie Austin, of Garrard county, is filling her old place Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishings. Drew, Selby & Co's ajaln in College Homo. Mrs. D. B. Ed Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. Sole agents for Royal Tailmiston continues to steadily improve. ors, of Chicago. Others may lead but you will never find us distancQuinsy. The New York Wbrld has a ed more than a throat lacth. See? Highest market price for proCHA5. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. column edited by a doctor, who answers duce. questions seut to him and this is the way he answered 'M. It., of Stanford, Ky.," who asked for directions for treatment of quinsy and a preventive of the disease Havb your druggist prepare a mixture of consisting of dram of chlorate of potash, two drams of tincture of chlo ride of iron, ounce of glycerine and enough distilled wtter to make four ounces. Take one teaspoonful evory hour until relieved. Recurring attacks may be prevonted by uaing a solution Window Glass in all sizes. composed of one dram of pure carbolic 10 drops of oil of peppermint acid, and three drams of alcohol. Ten drops of the solution should be added to a teacup Stanford, full of water and used as a gargle faover-a- l times a day. Climax of Low Prices. Bea-B- TernpSe of Economy. Ladies' Wraps, Millinery, Dress Goods, A Splendid Assortment one-ha- lf one-ha- lf TOOTH BRUSHES, HAIfi BRUSHES, AND COMBS. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Ky . Manager I have the honor to present to j'ou Baby Otto. Although hut six months of age he can already read print. I request Borne member of the audience to hand him a newspaper. Little Otto receives a paper, holds it in bis hands, but does not read. Spectator Bab! he can't read. Manager Of course, he can read but he can't talk yet.Fliegende Blaetter. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber; Lath, Shingles, Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, . m m Who docs not know women and youog girl who are conllnmlly in tear.? Wao alwayi see lowest prices'. best grade of goods and sell I handle the dark fide! Who have frequent fitj of melancholy without any apparent cause? The Inphftician will know that It it ome detellect THE BLUE-GUASHERD OP M rangement o the complicated and delicate feminine o ican. The young girl tufTeis bodily acd mentally, in silence. Tnpre tt undue weariness, unexpected pain, uureaiinable tai and fits ct om per. Or. Tierce's Kavcrite Prescription exerts a wonderful power ove. woman's delicate organ mm It Is an invlo:Mting tonic and ii specific for II. H. the peculiar weaknesses, irregularities and painful derangements of woman. Careless, eaay go- Crab ing doctors frequently treat their women patients for biliousness, nervousness, dyspepsia, fiver or kidney troubles, when the real sickness it in the sssjSMassfyir--jjg-r- .EgvE-iy- ; Figs foraals from the best typss of Register organs distinctly feminine, and no help can come till they are made perlectly .trong by the use ol ock. Breeder secured from tn bwt herds la several different States. Correspondence Sollcitep Prescription. Dr. Pierce's Stoi at cents in one-cealamos to World's Dispensary judical Association, BurTslo, N. V., J.H.BAUGUMAN. S. H. BAUGHMAS- C-' and receive Dr. Pierce's 1008 page Common Sense Medical Adviser, Illustrated. FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC. the at the S Duroc Jersey Red Swine Bronaugh, Pror, Orchard, Kentucky. Junction tho wm brouirht down with pneumonia INAUaUIUL ADDRESS tf i To nay that I sincerely thank those in It seomad aU sbVculd not survive them. A who by their BHffrago New'Discovery; have elevated mo friend recommended Pr. Ktntfi and highly leUifeclory tt wa quick in II work frt el W. B. McKoberta' to tho highest office of the State, is givresults'' Trul bottle sl oc end i. ing bnt feeble expression to the gratitude Drug Store. Hegular . e . that fills my heart. Buolratn'sArnlOft Salve. With the gratification that follows in the world for The beet aalve rheura, fever eorei cuu, brajieii triumph, comes the apprehension tetter, ..J., ulr.n Kit of inaeruptio &4 Ul bility to perform the duties of this great or ao py repnired. It ! ft DOitieW KeeYiQgivPrt.etiaififtloa or money office. Long protracted and uninterffundl. PriMiSeenUper bor For eale by rupted control by any party, universally W, JJ. McRoberu.drwggut. . Major C. T. Picton is manager of the Sta'e ilo. tel at Denivin, Texas, which the traveling men say is oue of the best hotels in that section. In speaking of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diairhoea Remedy Major Picton says: "I have, used it myself and in my family for several rears, and take pleasure in saying that I consider it an infallible cure tor dlarhoea and dysentry. I always recommend It, and have frequently adminia tercdlt to my guests in the hotel, and in every case It has proven itscll worthy of uqnuallfied en- Try some of our brands and you will hv no other Fancy Patent No r, Alpine Snow, Fancy Family. Belle of Lincoln and Creole. dorsement. For sale by Craig & Hocker, Stanford, Ky. e i STANFORD ROLLER MILLS Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal " couh-tryme- n, The wife of Mr D. Robinson, a orooilBcnt Inm. berraan, of Hartwick. N. Y., was sick with Then. Bar'Our Specialties beeilsot all kinds, mixed and cruihsd to order Corn, ftya, uroraoouii. in aptaatng 01 It Mr. ley and Bran, Remember all Feed orders must be accompanied with the cash, ShTpitutf, er Osti,on raiuin iwsays: "Chamberlain1 Addnsa call Robinson Pain Bain ! ih. only thing that gave her any rest from pain. For the relief of paiu it cannot be beat.' Many bad casts of rheumatism have been cured bv It. For sale by Craig & Ho:ker, Suuford, Ky. SEED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, RYE J.H. BAUGHMAN je vi vrr & CO., Proprietors, Stanford, Ky. , . .it.. w Afv . t Jt, .1 , im .vl - ' ri' &M1-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR J0lKflL 13, 1895 'I Stanford. Ky., Decemdbr W. P. WALTON. Uok. William O'Cosnkll Bradley has realized tbo dream of the beat part of bis life. Ho Iihb been inducted into the office of governor of the great Commonwealth of Kentucky and amid more pomp and ceremony than a similar was ever inaugurated at Frankfort. Soldiers and civilians were on bond by the thotuands to kUq eclat to the occasion, and with drums beating, banda playing and flga flylnp, it wa a day lone to be remembered by all who witnessed it and must have stirred tho chief actor in the scene aa he was never stirred before. Everything went off aa planned and nothing occurred to mar the event in any way to those who enjoyed seeing old Kentucky torn from her democratic moorings and manned for the first time with republicans. All the speeches were in the best of taste Bnd humor, whilo that of Gov. Bradley was n model of conciseness of .utterance and patriotic expression. Tho admirable address is given in full on our first paRO and to it wo direct the aitention of tho reader. It is the expreesion of a man who while experiencing all the emotions of gratification, feels that he will almost have to perform miracles to come up to tho expectations not only of his friends, but his political enemies. He realizes that the day of bombastic promises haB given away to performances and ho must now redeem the notes of hand he has given bo prodigally. "Will he bo able to do so? In the main, we think he will, for he has tho will and the ambition to write his name high up with those of the governors who have served the State the beat. Barring the protection fallacy, which he still clinga to, tho address is all that a democrat could wish to see performed and it thould bo tue'duty of the preBS and the people, to whom the governor appeals, to help him in the performance of every promise. This paper for one will stand by him in his every attempt to keep his promises and bo long aa he tries to be governor of the people and not of a party wo shall give him a loyal support. In the heat of a red hot canvass we may have Bald things that our better judgment failed to approve, for we were loath to aee democracy overthrown, but we have never charged that Gov. Bradley was incapable of fulfilling his promises or of making a governor who will do honor to the State. We know him to be possessed of many traits greatness and mean in nothing but his politics. The Intbriob Journal haa long numbered him among its best friends and its editor feels a personal prido in the succees of his neighbor and friond. 8o here's to you.Gov. Bradley.and bo long aa you cling to tho resolve to do right, aa God enables you to see right and be just aa He enables you to determine what is just and are the governor not of a party but of all the people, you will have no warmer friend and supporter than the oftl-cial Harry liAYWAHD.the inhuman wretch ( Lew Lansford, aged 13, haa been Bent merit, may we hope and trust to loava who bad Catherine Ging murdered atl to tho penitentiary for three years from us las honorahlo name and record as Minneapolis in order to securo tho in Sargent, this State, for killing a play he haa done. auranco on her life, expatlnted, as much mate. 2. That wo deeply deplore tho loss of Sam Wilson, of Lafayotte, Ind., a no- our brother and sympathize deeply with aa his worthless lifo could, the crime on the gallows Wednesday morning. He ted horse thief, was hung by a mob near his bereaved family in their groat olllic-tiomaintained hie recklets bravado to the that place. He confessed to having sto last and on leaving the jail asked the len 3. That this lodgo shall ho drapod in prisoners to join him in thrco cheers for The Earlinglon Bee Bays that the St. mourning and that each member wear From now until Christmas vc will sell you all merchandise, such as tho sheriff, which they did, adding "He's Bornard Coal Company haa planted the usual badge of mourning for 30 days, all right," with a zest. The sheriff declinwalnuts in its pastures and on its and that a page of our record book bo Clotbinrr. Boots and Shoes. Dress Goods. Dry Goods of every de- ed hia request to permit him to pull the hills this year. dedicated to hia memory and these reso- scription, both fancy and staple, Hats, Caps, &c, at 50 cents on the Bills to admit Arizona and Oklaho- lutions spread thereon. And a copy be lover that would let go tho trap, but dollar. Our large purchases from the assignees of Bamberger, Bloom when everything was In readiness ho ma to tho Union and to create a new sent to hia family and also to the Inteh-io- k & Co., made such bargains possible, so read below and be convinced. blurted out from under tbo black cap: form of government for Alaska, nro now Journal for publication. Ladies' Egyptian yarn "Pull her tight, I'll Btand pat." A more beforo Congress. 4. Tttat thte. lodge tender a vote of Ladies' fine ribbed vests at 15c, worth 25c. primaries held in thanks to the Odd Follows of Stanford vests go at 25c, worth heartless brute novor desecrated the The result of tho 50c. Ladies' and Misses' earth and a feeling of relit f is exper- New York city for tho reorganization of for the kind offer of their lodgo room for ienced to know that ho baa at last ceased the republican county committee was a the funeral services of our brother, Stephen Burch. from troubling. His tool confessed to victory for Boss Piatt. Eight thousand acrea of coal and the murder and was given a life senJ. D. Pettue, Curtis Gover, W. D. Wal in Eastern lin,uoinuiittet timber land uoar Louisa, tence Kontucky, have been sold to E.tstem St. Louis gets the next republican con capitalists for $20,000. Millkh. Died the morning of Dec. Worth 25c. Ladies' Union Suits for 50c, worth $1. Good double 10th, IS'Jj, at Jette, Franklin county, vention and it will bo held June 10. San A supposed corpso in Michigan, crewool triFrancisco, Pittsburg and Chicago con- ated a sensation in a church by silting Ky., George il. Miller, who wao born in width dress goods in all colors at 15c yard, worth 25c. All 1825-A- t cots, double width at 20c, worth 40c. All wool cashmeres and sertested for the doubtful honor. St. Louis up in the coffin during tho progress of Lincoln, near Hubble, in tho year an early ago ho joined the Christian ges, 40 inches wide, will go at 25c, worth 50c. Mens' all wool socks lead from tho start and on the fourth bal- the funeral services. lot got 29 votes, three moro than neces-airy- . confirmed without dis church at liuth Branch and remained 15c, worth 25c. Mens' good The Senate faithful to his profetsion until death. She is expected to put up 1100,000 sent the nomiiHtlon of Rufua W. Peck-haWhen there wan a call for volunteers justo foot the bills. While in session the of New York, to be associate to go to Mexico in IS 16, ho joined Capt. National committee, of which Gov. tice of the Ualted States. Bradley la a member and of which he Gov. Brown, O. O. McCbord, Urey Price's cavalry company at Lancaster, will remain a member,Bent him a con- Woodson and probably one or two oth- Col. Humphrey Marshall's regiment Ou gratulatory dispatch on his winning Ken. ers will leave this week for tho Citv of their way to Mexico ho was left at Memphis sick, lingering about two months, tucky back to the Henry Clay idea of Mexico on a pleasure jaunt. protection, which he hasn't done by a years that tho Pekln after being brought homo On the 12th of Worth 50c. Don't forget to look at our line of Neckties and MufDuring the 000 large majority. Gazette has been in existence 1.S00 of October, 1SI7, he married Miss Sarah M flers which will be sold for half their value. Wc arc still slicing the ,HnrR hnvo had their heads taken Downs, of Fnyette county, a mest excel t Tub Winchester Sun Bays that the edi- off for having exceoded Instructions. lent Christian lady, none knew her hut Shoe prices. A uood misses shoe at 75 c. worth S 1.2 S. Ladies shoes tor of the Interior Journal wab the oncases to love her. Them being no children to at 90c, worth S1.50 Don't forget that wc can't be outdone on There are 32 contested election ly democrat who had the nerve to apply to go before the committe on elections of blees their union they adopted Mattle to Gov. Bradley for an office. The corthe 5 Uh Oongresaand tho prospecta aro Brockmnn, a niece of Mrs. Miller, and respondence referred to docs not say that that the republicana will be eoated in wero a true hither and mother to her. we applied for an office simply that the every instance. They raised her a highly cultured lady. governor promised us one. For the benThe lateet story of a wonderful gold At the years of maturity sho married Children's good suits for Ji, worth 1.75. Hoys' long pants suits, $3, efit of tboso who are obtusa enough to find in Alaska is a lake whose bed is o Mr. J. R Shaw, of Franklin county. Mrs. worth 5.00. Men's all wool suits, $$, worth $10.00; All of our ovthink that the promise and the demand erally paved deep with gold dust, Miller passed over tho river a few years ercoats will be sold correspondingly low. for its fulfillment wero other than harmlake ia 1,000 yards long, 400 yards wide ago. Since her death Mr. Miller haB less jokes, we hereby and hereon eay and 150 feet deep. made his homo with Mr. and Mrs. Shaw that they wero. at whoso house ho died, aged 70 years. bo-hin- d u. floflisYoiirTiirie. . 18,-0- 00 t . 1 All fool Cashmere Hose, IS Gts., m, Undershirts and Drawers at 25c. Apiece. lit-Th- Clotliing I THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAWJOBD, Blackucbn still bleats that be will be elected to succeed himself and Gov. professes to think that a democrat will be chosen, but neither take into consideration that the House ia republican and Is alone the judge of the claims of its members. It ia dead sure to unseat at least one democrat and then it will have plain sailing. It ia to be hoped, however, that even if they can not elect, the democrats will not endorse Blackburn by a nomination. Mc-Crea- FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. A Friend. iNTKmou Journal. merrilyon and democrats viewith republicans in increasing the peusion loaJ, which bos became most burdensomo and unjust. Senator raltner naa otiereu a dim giving a uniform pousion of $50 a month to oyery one who lost a hand or foot in the late war, and SCO to every one who loot a limb, while Senator Voorheee introduced another, pensioning soldiers and Bailors who were confined in Confederate prisons. It is all h play for the soldier vote, which in Illinois and Indiana is immense. But to hades with such There area time serving good many other people in this country who have rights as well aa the soldiers. office-holder- The collosal raid on the treasury goes t 7 The wife of Hon. 8. A. Russell died at Lebanon. Frank Elliot, of Peru, Ind., while walking in hia sleep, fell down a flight of steps and broke hia neck. A dispatch from London says George Augustus 8ala, tho distinguished journalist and author, is dead. The Santa Fo system waa bought by the Reorganization Committee for at the foreclosure Bale. The Georgia House of representatives defeated the Bush bill, which was practically a State prohibition bill. Judge Cantrill decided against the Whilk Kentucky waa engaged in turn- prohibitionists at Georgetown using tho ing her 8tate government over to the re- open Bible for a device on the ballots. A bill granting a pension of 200 a publicans, Boston waa electing democrats to fill her municipal offices, and sending month to tho widow of Walter Q. Gresh-awas introduced by Senator Voor-hee- s. every mother's son of a rad to grass. The majority for tho democratic mayor ia The new railroad commissioners It is just little things like thla that keep us out of the alougha of despond went into office Tuesday. Judge Demp-aeholding tho certificate of election and make us feel that our defeats and may work for democra- from the first jlUtrict, waa allowed to disappointments cy a far more exceeding and eternal good qualify, but Jerry Porter, his republican opponent, will contest his seat. in the long run. 160,-000,0- Brown had remained in office a few daya longer he would not have left any convicts except negroes and poor whites unpardoned. He ground out ten the laBt day and only quit beceuse the time waa up Forger Sutton, of Louisville, who didn't deserve clemency any more than Hume Cloy did, waa given his pardon, and others even more undeserving were turned loose. The governor threw a good deal of fat in the fire during the last days of hia official career and disappointed thoso who would have liked to have found a good word to Bay for him. . was one man conspicuous for There Lis absence at the inauguration Tuesday and that was General Parker Watkina Hardin. In absenting himself he showed hia good sense. He didn't want to be a looker on in Vienna.when he hoped to be an actor, and felt that "me and Blackbnrn," who are more responsible for the political change in Kentucky than everything olse together, would get "cussed" enough any woy, whothor he waa there or not. If Gov. Gns Macy will have William Penn 2:0"t, next year. For Salk. 30 75 pound shoaU My- yers Bro., Stanford. Wm. Beckaold a lot of corn to M. D. Elmore at $1.25 delivered. W. B. Kidd bought in Bourbon 100 head of 1,600 pound cattle at 4c. Jesse O. Lynn Bold to Adam Pence a bunch of long yearlings at 3.12. George Wood bought in Casey a and ateors at $12 to $15. A young fool from Massachusetts who bunch of heifers 1,550 lb. cattle Sale of 33 loncs for a little notoriety has offered a ia reported in the Winchester Democrat resolution in Congress to impeach at 4c. Bayard for speaking of protecFaulconerit Rue will hold their cn- tion in uncomplimentary terms. It next combination sale at Danville, Feb. ated somewhat of a tempest in a tea pot, 3 to.8. but it soon subsided and the little ass re The agricultural department estitired to think of some other way of bring- mates thla years cotton crop at 6,375,000 ing himself into prominence. bales. M. S. Baughman sold to John Curtis, Aa predicted, Col. D. K Collier , of of the West End, two Garrard, who haa a knack of catching on mulea at $40. to good offices, such as surveyor of the F. Reld sold to W. M. Ruo, of Danport of Louisville, &c , waa appointed combined mare by ville, a adjutant general and at once relieved Dorsey Golddust for $150. Gen. Grots of his Herculean duties. Col. Montana will receive $7,000,000 this Collier has a war record and will be a year from the sale of its cattle, all of full grown daisy in hia pretty uniform. which have been sent East alive. We salute you, general. For Salk Thir ty tone of nice timothy hay nd fine JerRey cow with heifIt ia roported that Senator A. D Shelby City. Jnraee, of Muhlenberg, ia working on a er calf. R. H, Crow, has bought 20 mule S. H. thaiks bill providing for the abolition of tho ofto $20. There fice of register of the land office. If he colts up to ( ato at $15 ought to he mo ley in them at that will mauy of his other sins will be forgiven. The offic9 is a usoIcbs nnd expen- price. AtSamSt'ne'i sale in Madison 40 sive sinecure that baa long out lived ita head of 1,150 pound cattle sold at $45 50 object. and 42 to another party at $40.50. Corn Hhortnge of Kugister of the Land in the shock brought $1.20. Thk Mr. Andrew Wilson, living near Office Swango waa promptly paid and explained. Tho foea reported short were Pinohurst, Ga., has gathered this year on suits tied up in court to await results. from one vine 48 pumpkins that averagSwango'u friends claim that it waa a ed 20 pounds, making a total of 000 mean advantage taken of him in hi ab- pounds. Tho fig crop is said to be attracting sence by Gov. Brown and his man Gardconsiderable attention from cultivator ner. in the gulf Btates. Single trees are reOraddock can't catch up with the ported that have yielded fruit valued at procession, but lags away back. His $25 to $40. publication of the president's message a Farria& Whitley sold to Judge week and a day Rafter its delivery might Prewitt two carloads of 225 pound bogs have done when the old man waa a at three cents. They were Bhlpped to d of youth, but it wont do in this Cincinnati. Tip & Harry Bruce sold tc the 10th century. Boston parties a car load of mixed clover 113 a ton. AdvoGov. Bradley's second official act was and timothy hay at cate. to appoint a democrat, Mr. J. G. Shea, to be hia privato secretary. There aro In Memorlam. hopea for ua yet. Hall of Crab Orchard Lodge, No. 630, F. A. M., Crab Orchard, Ky., Dec. 5tb, NEWSY H0TES. first-clas- s Am-bossadtwo-year-o- Prof. O. O Oline cornea back at Editor Moore, of the Bluegrats Blade for intimating that ho left Daughters Col lege under a cloud and after proving ita ETC., falsity by the officers and pupils, calls him a "public nuisance, a garbega gathA: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, erer, cleaner, ecavengur-skunT; D. RANEY, Manager. and a carrion crow" and dtfiea him to show a blot on his character. Branch Stores. An exchange sajb that a Clinton Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, county man named Moon was presented Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. with a daughter by his wife. That was a new moon. The old man wjb bo overcome thtt be got drunk. That was a full moon. When he got sober he had only 25 cents. That was the last quarter. cess-pool k LOUISVILLE STORE! m m UNDERTAKING BY- - ! ld lor do sun to "Jim, while Wb' set afore we breaks into the church yon der, let me tell you dat yer ain't got no ordinary, every. day slouch fur a pard-neI'agotthe bluest conwict blood t'rough my weinr; my kilt u Hesse Ca&iel dook, nu' on my mndder's side I kin ahow t'ree generations wot have been hung by de neck!" r. gran-fader J. c. WCGUUELY, f And Funeral Director. Buggy Robes, Court-Hous- e Practical Trimmer. Embalmor Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room opposite -L- ife. m Henry Clay, boo of the Hon. C. M. Clay, Jr., died of typhoid feTer Wednesday. He was just 22 years of age. When rnoit needed It not unuiual foi your family phyi loan to be away from home. Such wai the experience M Mr. J. V Schenck. editor of the Caddo, Ind., Ter , Manner. wieu hit llilie girl, two ycanol age threatened with a vere attack of croup. He aayi: "My wife icml ctl that I go lor the doctor, but a our Umily physician vii out of town I puichaed a bottle ol Chamberlain' Cough Ueroedy, which relieved 1 will not be without it in the her imm.dUtely. future.1' for tale at 50 ccntt cr bottle by Craig & Hock, er, ftanlord K.y. 1 Square, Stanford, Ky. wt tc If you want to buy a nice and appropriate Xmas present do not fail to sec our New Holiday Stoek. It is overflowing with the useful, novel and beautiful. Prices arc so extremely low that all can afford to buy. Wc have something for everybody. .V Solentlflo American Aflency for Sv KI AF- tail-en- gfJtttf ftfr 'SWMiJttTO TO THE INDUES For Information &ntl freo Handbook wrlto to 11UN.N A CO. SSI UaptbWAr, Xuvt Your. Oldeit bureau for aectirlmr tmlcnta In America. Krery Patent token out by u la brought before the public by a notice glrcn frvo ofcharuo In the CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS. to. - DANKS, The Jeweler. Larceat circulation of any Klentlflo paper In th wuriu bplendldly Illustrated. No lntcllhrent man ahould bo without It. Wwklr. O.I.IMta year: flJUUxmnnUia. Addreii, M UX.T ft CO,, Vvbluukbs, 301 Broadway, Hew York City, Holiday : Stock. I We invite you to come and sec our display of the very best and cheapest 1895: 00 m 4,-3- 76. Master Stephen Burch waa called from labor to refreshment on the 25th day of November, 1895, the 51st anniversary of his birth, by the Grand Master of the Universe. Ho waa a peaceful and a citizen. Had been police judge of Crab Orchard foreveral terma, of unswerving integrity, discharging his official duties fearlessly and honorably. He waa an old, true and tried MaBon, a gentleman of the highest type, an honest man, a consistent Christian, a kind and loving son, husband and father. He workedjwlllingly and zealously in every position in which ho waa placed, either aa a Mason, as a judge, aa a Boldier andgoverment official. He was loved, honored and respected by his brethren, neighbors and comrades. Therefore be law-abidi- Whbrbas, Our beloved brother, Past New eoodt of the lateit ttylei uit received. Call In and leu 1U4 largatt and beat aatorled line ever brought to btanford, Price as low it the lowest. Klegant Una Linens and Embroidery Material. M18SLICCIX MKAZLKY, Stanford, Kt Everything new and attractive Jor presents. Fine Pipes, Toilet Ar. tides, Musical Instruments and Games. Books and Bibles, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Portland. ,.VIa Th San Francisco. ..To the., W- - IB. M'ROBEBTS. ITOBTHWIEOT VffiXjfZ'fffiC fflflOUISVUU HtwAlgAHTaCHICAtO ft? ((&? NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. We have two large store rooms packed with goods and theyjhave to be reduced to one by Jan. I, 1896", having rented one of the rooms. We offer at cost Stoves, Saddles, Harness and Silverware. Only'DinlDg'Car;Route From x.otxxsirxx.i.i: ElegantjPullman Veatlbuled Sloeperi of Modern Pattern. Forjinapsor any Information, address E. H. BACO.V riLANK J. REID, !D. P. A.. G. V. Agent, Louisville Chicago. TO CHICAGO. y, Resolved lst.By,;thIs lodge that we Cebow sabmlsaivelylto the will of the Universe in the relestial Masterlofithe moval of our dearly beloved brother, and when we are called from labor to refresh- it - Our Xmas Display Is the largest by far ever brought to town and we offer them at reduced prices. re- - Denver. Da to call for MONON1 Route, SURE St. Paul. FAKEIS & HARDIN J x- - ja.iui - jail .s, iijxs-- iV- fi ' J.sMajjgL-- - "ifSjsiVl Ww nlr ' hi "Tifer !A!ai i. kf-c- . i t 1 Smith, convicted of murder last year in tho Madison circuit court. His new term expires in May. Bupert Faulkner Jordan, accused of Stanford, Kt., Decemher 13, 1895 having committed a murder nine years i: ago, wis brought from Montana to Har- rodsburg. E. C. Walton, Business Manager When the name of William O Brac& Is often asked, what shall I buy for a Christmas present ? May be ley waa called in the circuit court here this list will help you and you might find forks or Don't you ueediomu knivre, yesterday, many eyes bulged out. Tho spoons? Kemembereverythlntr Roea at man cillod is h tough character, and was reduced prlcoa. A beautiful eolection of H sent to jail for 12 months for petit larceiJ'CWTP-T- I ririKB too, Ootno nnd look them ovor. rm " ny. Lawrencehurg Dispatch. Penny's Dmijj and Jewelrv Store, Joj-ft- m Gov. Brown pinioned A. B. Brown, PtRSUMAi POINTS. who shot James Hardin at Lancaster Among the following articles The last month and before bin trial. Hon. Geohok E. Htonk, of Liberty, case resembles that of Woods for the kill WM hero Wodnemloy. for gentlemen: for ladies: Ing of Barney HigglriB in Danvillo in Mna. QhOKOB D. Pom. of LextnRtcn, Fancy Shirts, Fine Shoes, Bid lino of trundes of various kinds. Bio lino of dinner seta, '2b in number, 1S92. It is tho third of the kind on re Linen Handkerchiefs, Fine Purses, wbb the Rnent of Mro. Peter Strnub. Gloves, Silk Handkerchiefs, Towels, great variety at re- cord during Gov. Brown's term. Ties, guaranteed. Craig & Mocker, la iu LerlnRton, Fit and chamber setB in Mii.TiioiubDai.ton Little Jesie, the duced prices. Farris & Hardin. Table Linens, Silk Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Muffs. in the employ of a bin Jewelry house. -J. A. Hkndhkn, at Baughmnn'a stable, ' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Yowell, Mb. John B. Biiookh, of HnrrodsburK, Fur Rugs, County of Hustonville, died Tuesday after a Moquett Rugs, Linen Handkerchiefs, will make your buggy curtn'ns and tops. Tim meeting ol ttie Lincoln pspeed up to Crab Orchard this week. TeHchera' Association advertiaod for toCuffs and Collars, Underwear, illnrFs of membraneous croup. Her Fine Blankets, of .Madison. lUv. WhifTV Wawiboi', UK. liUCKMN'H excellent remedied can Indefinitely post- remains were laid to reBt in tho Huston paid us a ploanant now be found at W. B Mclliberts' drug morrow night haa been waa here Tuesday and And many other useful presents. poned. ville cemetery Wednesday afternoon afstore. call. B. J. JSTDon't forget our Cloaks and Dress Goods when considering buyladles are joining ter appropriate remarks by Rev. Mb. W.T. McniMKK.of Livingston, ia It was snowing again yesterday nnd QoiTBn number of now being gotten Pinkerton. in Dispatcher W. F. Sheri-dannow the Bebekah degree ing a present. Also Boots, Shoes and Rubbers. very chilly. Winter Iihh certainly come Geo. Leavell, of Paint Lick, in at ofllce. up by the Odd Fellows, which 1b a aide in earnest. tempting to escape Chief of Police Ardegree of that ordpr. Mn. Gko. Onow, of Jessamine, haa You can see the biggest line of Christnold, of Lancaster, who wanted him lor hla reUtivea of that name boon vieltlnR JudokSauklky linn iasued notice that a misdemeanor, uroppeu ins pisioi irom mas rockers ever brought to Stanford at in this county. lie will hold a xpecial term of the circuit hia pocket, and the weapon wbb disOait. W. H. Kihiiv haa rented the Wither A Hooker's. court on the liOth for tho trial and prep- charged, the ball entering Leavell's leg Uetrley now occucottage of MIbb Liccle I am selling seasonable band sawed aration of certain canes. at the calf and ranging to tho hip, whpro pied by Mra. Mollie Wray. umber for leu money than you pay for lodged. Tho wound wll probably W. Frank McKinnxy haa rontcd Mrs. I havk received from the South, a it knob lumber. A. C. Sine. prove fatal. Fannie Dunn'a property just beyond the Hour shipment of long leaf yellow pine Last evening Judge Milton J. Dur e on tbe Danville pike. Wiibn you romoto town rail on Dunks, ing, and celliug, and will mako prloeB ham gave his anniversary dinner to tbe Mis Viroik Wiiith, who ban been tbe jeweler, you can fiud Xtnas gifts at lower than has ever been oflered here. officers of the Central Bank, and it was toichinR Bchool at Preacheraville, closed prices to suit your purse. Wo can and A. 0 Sine. one of the handsomest dining given It this week and went homo yesterday. will ple8e you. Covers were AnvKUTischH will please bear in mind here since his lost one. Mns. William Pkviiianck left yester To the tax payers of Lincoln county. that i..ir next two issues will be unusu- laid for 10. Judge Durham is a "teetoday mornitin to visit her parents, Col. especially to the taler" from way back" and "the rosy" is and Mrs. J. A. Pickett, In Hlielby coun Don't complain when you eeo your ally !rge and devoted patrons of Chriatmns never seen upon his table, but tho spark- And come with the great crowds that are rushing to our great sale property advertised. I must have tho premutation to ty. gooda aud send in their favors at once. ling Johains water wbb greatly enjoyed every dayjbefore it is too late. If you intend to give presents to your Foley went ovor to Xich tax. T. D. NowUnd. S. L. 0. Mn. John J. by all present, as well as his fragraLt children or your friends and relatives, come buy that which is good olnavillo yesterday to nttend the burial All people of both sexes, nil ages, and Comb and buy some of our home made HavanuB. Lexington Leader. of Mips Nellie Carr, a frlond of the fam- all colors are invited to our great closing and useful. comforts, blankets, table sets, portierres, ily. out sale. Come ami buy useful Christ-nia- a lace curtains, towela, napkins, handkerMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Mm. Lizzib YiAOitn and pretty dntmb presents aud lay them aside. chiefs, clothing or something useful for David Buseell Tevls and Mies Eliza ter, Mips Katie Lee, of Uoyle, were tbe Hughes A Tate. your friends for Xmas. See ad. Hughes beth Lewis Smith, daughter of Capt. J. guests of Mra. I. M. Bruce and Mirh Mary " Speed Smith, will be married at RichThe birthday party to be given by the & Tate. Bruce. Lucy Lbk was brought down to mond next Wednesday. Udiea of tho Presbyterian church, Littlk Thk Missis Owslky, Lula and Isabel, voting Harri-Bo- n The friends of are stopping with their cousin, Mra. Dec. 20, will be at Walton's Opera House see her auntie in a snow storm the other Napkins, Towels, Lace Curtains, Portierres, Lace Bed Sets, Handat Washington generally believe the EHia Harrla, at tbe preeent. Hubble instead of Odd Fellows Hall, a commit- day, when she aBked her "Who brought tee of them informed us yeeterday. you?" thinking she would Bay "Papa." report that he is soon to be married to kerchiefs, Gloves, Underwear, Dress Goods, Silk Waists, Clothing, cor, Advocte: It waa Mlsa Pattie Alcorn who went to Thk will of Mrs. Maggie James waa The little thing evidently thought it was Mre. Dimmock, of New York, a niece of Shoes, or something that you know will do your family good even to the Atlanta exposition. Mls Annie Mr probated Wednesday. It gives her prop a part of her catechism lesson and his Ute wife. the return of another Christmas. There has been no such a sale and Mark Doyle, a dashing youDg Texstartled the folks by answering "The Kinney hadn't recovered suillciently erty those who are wise will be found in the great throng before it is too in trust to her mother, Mrs. Susan Lord an, attended a dance at Rome, Ga. There Jesus Christ, the Son of God." from her accident to go. Holmes, who Is also named as execu he met Miss Delia Strango for tbe first late. If yoe are too late don't blame us. We give all people notice. Mb. K. W. Smith went to Ellziboth-tow- n trix, for the use and benefit of her two Freight train No. 35 broke in two at time. It was a case of love at first Bight ine sate is now in its neigntn ana you muse come it you serve your yesterday In response to a dispatch children, alter tier debts and funeral ex Gum Sulphur Wednesday night and the He proposed, wsb accepted and the wed from the water works men, who want to pauses are paid. self right. rear portion ran into the front ditching ding ceremony was performed tbe eame employ him aa engineer. three cars. Nobody waa hurst but a con- nigbt. Mn. C. A. Moors, of the train disA Bowland lady whoso mind is probMr. W. T. Stone and Mrs. Mary Ann siderable delay wbb caused. Tho wrecker patcher oillco here, and hii pretty wife, able unbalanced worked a half dozen or passed at 1 o'clock yesterday to clear tbe Logan were married at Mr. J. T. Harris' have gone to Middleaboro, where Mr. more of ourmerchata the other day by track at Boston when another freight Wednesday by Rev. J. T. Sberrard. The Moore will help handle the trains on the buying big bills and having the goods was wrecked, and tho passenger train union seems to be a very proper one and Cumberland Valley Branch till New wrapped up and Bet away until she reSouth, had not arrived wnen we went to here's hoping that the last days of the Year's. turned. She hasn't returned yet, and worthy couple may be their best days.The press at 5 !'. M. All hla friends here und elsewhere more than probably will not do so. but bride is the groom's and he haa aa many is the next man, Mr. A. G. Eastland, agent for the tbe relationship is purely by affinity and Thk Intxbioii Jouhnal was the first Mutual'Llfe of New York, paid to Mr. will bejglad to hear that Mr. K. V. Manot consanguinity. paper in the State to publish Gov. Bradtthew, the cigar man, will recover from Jessie P. Stagg yesterday In October, tho 14, last Horace 1 the paralytic atroke recolved while on the ley's addrees. It issued nn Extra at amount of policy held by her husband, of Shelby, died from the effects Tuesday containing it and an ado'clock big fox hunt in Bath. Mr. D. B. Stagg. The money, Mr. E. of an operation performed on him to re of the proTim Intbhiok Journal will present ditional telegraphic report tells us, would have been paid two move from his stomach 15 inches of a ceedings from Its stall correspondent at the first of Its galaxy of boautlea next months ago had an executor qualified pump which had broken off while beTuesday. Oneofthevory prettiest wo- Frankfort. The I. J. always gets there immediately after Mr. Stagg's death. ing used to extract an overdose of mormen in Kentucky, and that means in the and with both feet. Mr Stagg made three payments, aggre- phine he had taken with suicidal intent. world, will appear, MIbb Ellen Granger At the regu'ar election of ofilctrB for, gating 1103 42 Less than two months after, that la to Owaley.and woe be to tbe artist if ho the Stanford Maccabee Lodge Monday surprised the SAVE MONEY. Miss Katk Blain has received the fol By last week, his widow does not do her justice. Sir night the following wero choBen: natives by marrying Dr. Taylor, of Shellowing unpleasant news for the teachBradAt the inaugural hall Mra. Gov. Knight Commander, Joo F. Water; by vllle. But then the old man is as ley was attired In lavender brocado satin Lieutenant (kmitnander, Dr B. L. Da- ers, who will have to go without Christ dead as ho will ever be. money: "i'lpase notity your teachwith diamond ornament; Miaa Uhria-tln- o vison; keeper, A. C. inas There were these elopements from Our business has been larger than we expected and we will give you Bradley whito muslin and Mermet Sine; Chaplain, John Meier; Sergeant, ers not to call for tholr December pay- Livingston instead of one. In addition the benefit of our business. roeerrMisa Jennio Warren, black akin, B. M. Nuwland; Master at arms, J, L. ment until they are further advised. The to Mr. W. B. Dillion and Mips Pet balance for November was jet waist, and Miw Marie Warren, white Totten; 1st Master Guard?, Judge W. E. Col. A. M. of ! sent floroo time ago and my warrant for Broaddus, niece the late Brown, a trimming. Paris muslin, white laco Vanion;2od Mnaler Guards, J.S. Owa-loSwopo. there wero Mr. Robort full December payment was filled bb pre Mr. and Mna. U. S. Lytlk will leave Jr., Sentinel, Dr. W. B. Penny; and Miss Ruth. Curd; scribed by law, but tho treasurer telle lumber Inspector, Garrard, Adams ExSunday for Kansas.where they will com- Picket, E. W. Smith. and Mr. Fleming me that he can not honor it in full and press messenger, ami Mies Lucile Fish. bine business and pleasuru for a month merAdditional niiHwure to the quotations ho thinks it best to wait until he can The entire party boarded the midnight or two. Mr. Lytle will give tho from the great from authorH Imvc been received from send tho whole amount. Ed. Porter express, and taking a minister with chants a chance to buy them in tho person of Rev. J. M. Walton, Co. and visit rel Mlaa Mary E Myers, Nashville, Tonn.; Thompson." J. M. Hobinson-Norto- n sped across the State line to Jellieo, ' ativcB tho while. Little Bobble Penny Miss Zie B. Ellis, Hustonvillo; Misa EthOn married. The city council at an adjourned meet- Tenn., where they n el CJhiro Traylor, Gilberts Oreok; Mrs. J. ing Wednesday night, fixed the levy at their return Capt. and Mrs.W. R. will accompany them. dhv them a roention which proved took S. Kendrick, Danville; Mra. Sam Hooker, 75 cents, 00 per cent to go to water and JunoKANn Mna. W. E. Vaiinon roval affair, if Dr. J. F. Fevton, who their little daughter, Martha, to Louis- Bu6Bellsvllle; Misa Nellio 0. Slaymaker, light fund, 10 to miscellaneous, 20 to of- a attended, Is a competent witneea ville to have her throat operated on. It Berkley, Va. AnBwerB will receive at- ficer's Balaries and 4 to interest on bonds will be remembered that flbe ewallowed tention till the l'Jth And tho award will A reeolutlon was adopted stating that for NEW ADVEBTISKMINTS. concentrated lye some four mouths ago. be published in our issue of the "Oth. As five monthB the water company bad failIt burned her throat bo severely aa to de- the selection will be by lot if thore la ed to give an abundant supply of water U. CA stroy the membrane nnd mako the inser- moro than ono correct reapoiuo, there is and that unless such oupply was given in DO YOU WANT A tion of n tube necessary at Btated Inter- - still n chance for all who send them. 10 daya tbo payment of rent would cease Situation? Peyton will assist in tho valfl. Dr. and tho contract with tho company ab In July Inst Will G. Burton's watch rogated aftor 30 daya if ita terms were not was stolen from his father's residence on complied with, An order was made to CITY AND VICINITY. tho Knob Lick pike and after some prohibit tho firing of explosives and an TmniHiKiiwn at coat at Farria & Har- search he gavo it up as gone. A few days extra force of five policemen and 10 if Tell your friends, if you are supplied, and ago Marshal Newland got a telegram from a itw Vta Vvtnelnft.1 ttf tht din'a. necessary was ordered to be put on tho assistant chief of police at Knoxville C0LLE6E OF KY. UNIVERSITY Eyo to enforce the ordinance. COMMERCIAL Mtdal bv World'i ijjojHo Atvardtd holiday present at Withers & saying that ho had talked with a prisoner Christmas Ubiful pin nd The board of supervisors reported and For HytemoC IlooU-Ue- r Hocker'fl. in jail at Chattanooga, who told him that Inclnrtlnc tuition, booSjj Conriw about wero received. llalnas tho tax books ami board. rhonoTPijr. Typewriting bad stolen a watch on July 3d from a nwiii huccjmiuI Thk lamps and China at Danka are su- he Trlrrraphr taught, offleUli. -l- uiTn bknit and Id) a house on the Junction City pike about OF A LOCAL NATURE. perior to any In town. NOW. Kfntufkr " Unhreriltr You will be doing them Aitittanc pirm our a mile from Stanford, He also added awarded onr graduate. J. P. Ripy, the Lawrenceburg dia- - aa-l- order that vmrlttttrt navrtachtkU Colltgi Fon Bknt. Cottage on Logan Ave. that if a description of tho watch were (An Holier omlo.MrjM M an assignment. sent him he believed be could get it and tiller, haa made Messenger has been mro after Jan. 1st. 8. P. Stagg. WILBUR R. SMITH. LEXINGTON. KY i Tho Pineville In centre cf return it to its owner. Tho thief is in jail aold to J. L, McCoy and Judge C. W. na Two good for another steal and ia evidently very town for rent. Apply at this office. deep in it or has decided to mako a thor- Short. n Parker Gregory, a Seeing is Convincing. goodB until ough confession. Don't buy your Christmas . young farmer, lost a leg under a freight 3D. Craig & Hooker's cash house.' you visit , i TwoSoitkbh.IOnk NiaiiT. A noted train at Ft. Estill on the K. O. Invites you to loo over his stock and select your Charles Finley.of Williamsburg, tbe Christmas Presents. Nice lina ot Furniture, "Wk are Belling gun at coat to closo out stock traderjused to tell a story on the store, lato LeviJ Hubble like this: He went new secretary of State, was not at Frank- linrVmf Chiin with either Rattan, wood or our stock. Craig & Hooker's cash Se i there late onetlnight and thinking the fort Tuesday. He Is In Colorado at the Or Money Refunded. Xmas presents. We have family had supped said nothing about not bedside of his slater, who Is very ill. You want Uahlf at At inf ir inn Call and see. jewD- - S. CARPENTER, them '"nough said." Danks, tho having badhis. About 0 o'clock, howPickpockets reaped a harvest at io'tf Hustonville, K.Y. governor eler. ever, regular supper was announced and the inaugural. The lieutenant Baddies, harness and the whole2familyBat down to it. Next got touched and Mr. Port wood, Judge In the Matter of the assigned EsAt Bound to made room. Far-r- is morning at 3 he wnB awakened for an- Morrow's eon in law, lost a fine diamond Bilverware. tate of W. G. Welch. other meal,,that;boing tbe usual hour for pin. &. Hardin. brother of CongressJ.O.Oolaon, breakfast. TheUrader was offbefore day For Sale. Our desirable residence on but to Mr. Hubble's invitation to come man David G. Oolson, is tipped for the Upper Main street. Call on or address gain he replied: "I'll be Bwitchod if I wardenahip of the Frankfort penltetttia-ry- , Tha creditors of said estate we. hereby notified assignee at his and knowing ones Bay that he is a to present their claims to the Ky befor th 10th ever come back to a bouse where they Dr. Hugh Reid. In the town or Stanford, day ol January, 1896, verlfisd as required by law eat two suppers ono night." We had a Buro winner. Twxnty children's jackets 6, 8 and 10 pomewhat similar experience this office Gov. Brown and Purged or all Uusu.v. warre Before leaving week, , yoarB, at leas than manufacturers' prices. AasijrnteofW. O.Welch. fc.t commuted the life sentence of W. H. but further this deponent saith not. Soverance & 8on. 0 mi-Wee- Interior Jourhul PiCTUntB. Bowland for cheap, first Silk and cotton nmlllira at tbe right class photos, $1 per dozen until January prices at Shank'. 1, 1800. Oordier. To see Dunks', tbe jeweler, Xtnas proa- SBK.FarriB & Hardin's drnplay of Christcote la to buy them. . ines goods before you buy. They have A timely article on "Spiritualism" apanything you want. pears on our 4th page. For Rknt. House now occupied by Something for everybody at Danka. Mrs Pattlo Haya. Possession rIvou Jan Prices frotn 5c to f500. 1. Miss Llccie Upozley. Bhkohk iurchaHinc winter wraps obBlack an white and initialed 6l!k tain prices lit Shanks'. handkerchiefa In various Bizet?, qualitirs A iiKAUTtrui, line of ladiea' Ho en and and prices nt Shanka'. cotton handkerchiefa at Shanks'. Hemkmiisii, boye, mat if you want a - tailor mado Buit you can get the best and Fon Bunt, tbe Pink Cottago property. Apply to W. P. Walton. quickest service at Shanks'. m The Question ud mm mi 3 m 1 riPJ? ririrr m eight-year-o- ld Be-v- ere 'a SEVERANCE & SON. m m toll-Kit- BeIn Ye Wise, that which is good. Blankets, Comforts, Table Linens, HUCHES & TATE. Are you in Need of Any n sister-in-law- , Mid-dleto- n, Clothing ? We will Help You Becord-Finnnc- rt two-third- s v, Just Look at These Figures DISCOtJWT 20 PER CENT. w-- Dll-lin- On Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits. "LW r?t, oper-atlo- Doii"tMiss The Golden Opportunity - i t. enrI Those Who Can Not Read. "f-ENTE- R H i Btoro-rooi- Look In, Come In. S. CAHF13TTBK well-know- SATISFY CTION GUAR ANTBED i OohT.-Sto- veB, 1 Notice to Creditors! Strictly One Price Clothing House, ol-ft- ce J. L. Frohman & Co. Danville, Ky. T ,WfP-rifi?r- pt ""'f"T-9pT'rr- '" yproif, " J, " Lj Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourm -- rVDV-iVNOE m r F I If Ik Electric Bitter is a medicine sulttd for any Jtason, but perhap mote generally needed in the 8p,r.Tir,.w",.t,, languid, cxhauated feeling prevail, when the liver u torpid and sluggish a d me neea 01 a tonic and alteram it felt. A prompt Creacent use 01 thi medicine ha olteo averted long and tothoSPOHn. A.kyour.Queea Wiftl' pWhapS fatal bilious fevers. No medicine wHJ ' ct snore iuwlytn eounteiscUnr A.J.'LYLat,a.P.A.,T - ChatUnfe,Ta' kViCcm from the malarial poison. uaA freeing the'' Readacha.la-- - CiocUBaU.O: digestion, constipation, dlnlniss yield to Xlecirie CHA5.W.ZKLL, D.P.A., Mitter. Only joe per botUe at W. B. Mcstebtm and pnated suttac. drugstore. For'frt laforB-atlo- a ClaesaMlLJ W.;C4UMKASO,O.P.A., ttle(loutitetaail. etrbuUd Too Queftb 4 Cfeacent ran train ith through deeper and carryiog Parlor, CaIc und Observation Cars, Irom Cincu4J fi',c lfxnw U Atlanta, pauing through n a Somerset and Harrlman route.""." tnaa o wllea shortest Une. Special low reduced raw i'asiaw .JaaiHiliaaaaflP'Sli Stanford and to those of mtituror years : : Ky. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. One and Fare Round Trip. who aro settled in their beliefs, I have no Office on Main Street, Oppoaite th r Trains leave Stanford i 7:1 j in nJ 3 p. m, hope of changing, neither am I writing Tickets HI hn Id htlween all nnlnlt on ihe arriving at 4:30 p. m. and 9:10 p. m. Illg Four Houte, eood coins Dec 14. ( and si. for the sake of argument (for this is nil I e7. : : 1895, and Jn t, if9ft, und good rrtutning unti Bhall say upon tho subject) but to the L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Jan 1, 1896, InclutlvB. For full information as 10 time of trains, etc young who havo never thought nor read a lite any rci.retn.tvo Dig Four Route. No. 14, Train going North. 11 a;p m 1). II. M All TIN, upon the subject, I hope theso lew lines French Water, Pad. Guaranteed Wearing Surface Two Year,s. Rec- E O. McCOIUIACK .....,.. no, to, . 3 15 a m Tass. Trill!.. Mgr No. Si Gen Pas. and lkt. Agt HUSTONVILLE, " South .. .... ,u 04 pra KENTUCKY. will make them at least stop and think. ommended ' No. "3, . . 1 IS pn by all physicians as the best. Docs not pack or get hard. Oilers hit services o toe peoplo ot West LinThey say, "thero is something in it,' QUEEN & CRESCENT. coln and Case) lu'iMlci. ruli stock: of Corilns ! . and, indeed, there is much moro, I dare Sold only by and Caskets always oa hand. L cl. U'atpintir, Mamtgir. Train t past Junction Uty ai follow: to say, than they dream of, but have c& s Two Good Farms near No. t South ......11 37 a m No a North ...3.56 p m account for it in either ...... 11. js a m 3 " ...1.45 p m they ever tried to U the hides can gel Ilustonville, Lincoln Co., Ky. fj I J7Q I w'H " 3 " Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. o ts.oa m ...3.13 a m a scientific or natural or I would, rathfercaihorlM tisoelor " 7 " niJLiO. alanliiid oral my home leather on co a in am iu at " 9 6 00 a m er, say a common senBe way? ....8 o p m 10 Theheiisot Mrs. America Ilsitey, deed., olftr cuuitiU) Chas, Int.slin, Tanner NOTB. No. 5 nd 6 and 9 and 10 run lor sale her two Farms, situatrd fur- ut one mtlo I do not propose to treat it Bcientifiral-lher than Juncti City, nor on Sunday. wesioi iimmnvlile, lu Lincoln county, on the I might not bo so able as I could IlrsilfordiYiIle turnpike road Thetn two Farms adjoin aoc" taVen together contain jo acres et OEGHARD, L AW2T, aAEDEBT wish, and I might fail more utterly than land and can be divided so as to Include ahout 140 acrck In the home place and son acres in the oth if I use sound judgment. FALL, rr. tne buildings and Imprrovrments P'j cich If anyone had told the past generaare Comfortable and luhitannal. Kach ot the (aims All kinds ol Fruit and Ornamental Tree, is well watered and convenient to good schools Shrubs, bnmll I'miti, Grspe Vines, Aiparigus, tions that electricity could move our and churches Terms rcaionaMe lluy direct and save mon1'ltle clear. Ac, A.. No agents For turiher information apply tovnher of us, ey. Catalogues ou jpphcatiuu lu would heaviest engines; that our cities II. F lilLLENMKYER, Y, Btaniorvl. Kr , j. vv", Rugs, Easlcs, Picture Frames, Pictures and Screens at be lighted with it; that thoughts .would HOCKF.K. Ilustonville. Ky. Lexington, Ky. 5 im J. 5 FAYKTTK UUNLAl'. M. I)., Usn- fly through space with lightning speed; Wile, Ky. that by it, music could be reproduced, M.S. IlAUCItMa.V J. W. llAl'GIIMAh. and even the voices of the singers or speakers, how many could have underJ F. LARKKR, Proprietor, stood it? Even ho who said, "I'll put a - raoratiTOKi girdle round about the earth in 40 minuStanford, Ky. Rates TWO DOLLARS Tor Day. tes," must be uneasy in his grave when ho knows what possibilities he has missed. Rrnludeled and refutulihuu throughout, Large and Commodious bum ilt Keeins. I mention this, as spirit rapping has its Halls office connected by foundation in magnetism and electricity. Kentucky. 1'roiupt and polnoivicc to guests.Klectrlc 47 Uelis. and No ono preteuda to deny, that curious Hyou npfd livery glvo us a call. Nothing hut OUR HUSTLING INSl'KANCK MAN, turnouts will leave our stable. Sec us phenomena have not occurred when lor rates. In our there was a medium or electric poison Absolutely Puro.t HARNESS SHOP present. You will And a uvod atsorluient of llatnrits. llri- - Whorcptetcnts thsOld Reliable Michigan Mulu-a- t A cream of tarter baking powmost striking parallelism is that The Life Insurance Co., of Detrult Mich , can Have your tepslring done by dles, Saddla,.Vc our man, he understand un buiinoas. Wc have a write ynu all the most fav' rable plans 01 latur der. Highest of all in leavening between tho proceedings at modern seance. lie aso represents the old reliable Central mechanic in our strength. Latest United States ances and those connocted with the Tobacco WarshouMi of Louisville. Ky., and will All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing be gUd to havo a tibeial shsie of your paunnsge. BLACKSMITH SHOP. Greek oracles. Government Food Report. Will be teady to conler all the Ijvois that cau be done in first class style. WllljuarsntwfiM'd, jra aid t(sft)r given by any warehouse Liberal cash ailtincs. ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., Thero aro said to be three classes of menu road en CMtsignmentt, bvth In the d'tces Tit our Urn sheer. phenomena; the automatic are much the and country will be at Stanfutd ervrry 100 Wall Street, Now York. court day. l'aitie waotinp hogsheads, prise or commonest, and about the only one in menevsheulsl address me at 1'sint Liek, Ky. B. Cattleman. A. O. Lnnhair John s, Co I'rsniptattcnliea guaranteed. Cg 6m Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic practice here, and consists in table writing, drawing, ringing of bells Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in jhis work. bl'kl.Nf; AND bUMMKK. ir STANFORD, KY., and playing of musical instruments. Iseowlully organised and ready for business wil Something to Beautify tho Ladies. 6XPEKIEKCBD FEIKTEB. Is it any moro curious that mind can MR, R. K. Dslly Mats, 0mtn spd laeesl Paid up Capital of - - 3200,000 We civ ppenininc effect the inanimate, than it should the Give us a trill. Has charge of our Painting Department. the assi.ianca te the trade that they wil. mind itself? Mind reading is one of the fiB4 in our e abiitfcmeat the hwi csetuilveness Surplus, . ,0C(, a ujleof paiteras, hat ad bvnnets and all h fads of the day; so is hypnotism which Isadisg novettleaia Miltlnery lor whveh we sic SUCCESSOR tsTIIK LINCOLN NATlO.NAi knuwu throughout the cuairy can make one believe, and do under the HANK OP STANrOKD, I hvesecuHl a ririlas triwiarr fer theses-soNow closing up) with the same could not of another aud uo). Thinking yon Ur past Uvuri, we rcspeet &CASTLBMAJN influencedo otherwiee;what be which is the same miBifmfU. fully solicit jour pitrof heietofete so litcrsllr all of possibly ily provision of Its chsiter. depositors are a. bostewvd. M. I) DUDUhKAR MANAGERS, fully protected aa aia depositors in NattMl KATK Dl'DDIlRAR, Manager. quite a? curious aa anything claimed by flank,, its shareholders betas held Individuals? Iiaole to the esteut of the amount of their mm( Cjmmcrce Building, Louiavillr, tno spiritualists. It is within the memtherein at the par value thereol, la adJitian U) th. ories of all except tho young, the perBAST1N HOUSE, amount invested in such shsrr-s-. It msy acta, Ageati throughout the South executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully t formances of Lula Hurst, the poor Geor aa individual. Crab Orchard, Ky. To those who cntrustedtheir bulsineis t c W. A. TEXBBLE, Local Agout, gia farmer's daughter. She was 17 years while muaclnf the Line win National Masa si Meet all Trams.nlghl and day I'atniii takeu to old; on going to her room one night to Staalord, we we here tendcrour many thanes iW any STANFORD, KY. P" "t town Flee of Charge. trust they will continue to transact their busmes. arrange her bed, she found it following with us, offering as n guarantee fer prompt Oood Livery Attached, Fare rf Hotel J too .IK YOU AKEG01NG.. every'movement of her band. Tho good to same, our twenty year' cipenrutc ii day. 6w A. II. It.VSTIN, Pro,'. banking andas liberal accommodations as arc cue. always old Methodist father, who had OR listent with sound banking, lived in the hills of Georgia, was shocked ....THE xerSnething New. ntKKCTonst J J. Williams, ML Vernou, and mystified. He spent most of the . H. Shanks, Stanfoid; night without, praying beside tho stone Attorney Law, J.JS.'Owsley, SUnford; chimney, that the Lord would take the - S.J. Kcibry, Stanford, devil from his child or kill her. J. B Owsley, OUcton l.ancaiter Street, opposite the Court It was not long before her power was J. F Cash, Stanford: House. Collections receive especial attention. tS William (Jooch, Stanlsrd; noised abroad and we soon find her with Louibvillc Nashvilic R. R. A. W. Carpcoter, Mtlledgeville, a manager, giving performances in At'I 23. W.'H. Cummins, ,1'ieachoiai lie lanta, then through the States and finally S. If. Shanks, Proildcut It the hoe Tor you, ai ita Attorney at Law, in Europe. It has been only a few years Dr. J.'ll. Owsley,Caihier, W M. llilghi, Teller. - since she was seen upon the streets of Make'close connection at Atlanta, a very differently dressed woWill act a Kxccutor,AdmlnWtrotor and Assign-- c Seedingjtime is now right at hand; we have a largejstock of LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI man from the time she appeared in her NATIONAL BANK Special attrnUonglven to Settlements ol For all points. bright red dreBS and cotton lace before Fa. ates, as Aitoney and tale and Division of THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. .OF.STANFORD. ICY. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH the foot lights. It was never claimed af ants' Lands. Office on LancasterSt. overSupt. W. F. McCIa For any information enquire of that her performances were supernatural, Capital Stock-Surpl- us ys office. JOES. HICK. Agent, jkj although the most astounding weights Stanford, Ky could be moved by the motion of her Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. Wc handle 'Z"- ZA. S. hinds, as well aa many other curious nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine Attention of the public is invited to the I ai that this is tho only National Rank in Sunfor.l things. Surgeon provisions of the National liank our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting Under the are secured not only by the capita If the spirits, either of friends or ene- short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line Dentist, stock, hut bv the stockholders' liability lor at mies wished to communicate with ub, is amount equal to the stock, so that Jeposito'S 0' of Buggies and Surreys. this institution ate secured by a fund of Joo,aoc Ky. it not Btrange that they can not nor will Five (worn statements of thecondition of the baal Office over McRoberts' Drug Store are made each yearto the United Stales govta not without a"medium?" in the Owsley Building. ment and its assets are examined at staled limn W. I.. WITHERS, Salesman. I wish also to ask, if you were a spirit by government agents, thus securing addititooi snd perfect safety to depo.itors. and wished to communicate with others, This institution, originally established as tbt THE would you not be a little choice in your Deposit Bank of Stanford in iSjl, then K. n. RILEY. Proprietor, lied as the National Hank of Stanford in 1M5 enc a election of a medium? I do not wish to again reorganised as the First National Bank 01 SUntord tn isa, has bad practically an uninttr Cistany reflections upon Stanford medLondon. - - - Kontucky, rupted existcncnof is years. It Is better supplier 2 now with tacilitles for transacting business prompt iums, as I do not know them, but I have 1 hive moved to my ly Mid liberally than ever before in its long am new Hotel and u brtttr kaown the most illiterate darkey to be a ,hn ' bouorable career. Accounts of corporations, fldu ceomsnodato th public firms and Individusls respectfully solir Claries, strong medium. ' aMd. L0ive7m,.,a.CchaR. "d . ted. Another common serjBe question, what Th Directory oi this Dank is composed ol TRANK RIL.KY, Forcstua Ileid, Lincoln county; bsneflts are claimed by a belief in SpiritS. T. Harris, Lincoln; ualism or what benefits are obtained in J. H. ColWi, Lincoln; this life or the world to come by converse J. W, Hayden, Stanford; uccessors to J. D. Higglns, Dealer ia with spirits? We even find no Dives S. II. Ilaughman,! Lincoln; Cg Jkife. among them begging that they "Go and J. S.Ilocker, Stanford; W.A.Tribble.SUaford; tell my brethren that they come not to Ready-mad- e or made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any man M. D. Elmore, Stanford; this place of torment." T. P. Hill, Stanford; "Now honey," as the old darkey said, K. L. Tanner, McKInney; Kv. M. I. Miller, Mt. Vernou. Ky "You needn't be feered of ghosteaes. If J. HocVer, rrestdem ; days gone to Heaven dey don't want to Jao. ). McRoberts, Cashier; A A. McKInney, Asst, Cashier comeback, and to 'tother place, dey C..h!,e'e,t0'lhepCOp,eo, lh" witlon to pay carn't git back, so dere now." 37 ghost I think I If I were a 1K).VTF0U0ETTIIAT could make myself better known and ap-Unly Duect LIlc Iktwnen preciated than by making raps upon a taTHE FAVORITE MILLS, ble. (The spiritualist have interpreted A1 WCWNNKY, KV., Shortest and quickest between one to mean, no three stands for yes) or Frankfort, Georjjotown and Parle, Havejutt been overhauled and 'cifir M, to making it jump around the floor, or Works, of Uichmond, lod , Carlisle, Maysvlllo, Oynthtana, now Increased, ate domg moreand with even to strike the el rings of some instruCovington. and .".". Po,? Falmouth and than over Lfnr .n.i .Ti. .1! :,. Ask ior ticket via Kentucky Midland. Train ment. Indeed there are spirita near EXPOSITION many, but they come not thus: "Are run by Central Standard Time. jHbasissw w. ijU. Time TabU Nov. t, 1895. your gr ndingand wh,u buying lira rifii callior rmr M WILL HE HELD they all not ministering spirits sent forth EAST. 1. No 3. No. 7, No. TRAINS - . ..viiii, uu e guarantee satisfaction. tnoici. Sept. 18thto Deo. 31st, 1895. to minister for them who shall be the 9 iU a. m, p. to. p. m. 'IHC3ai3TaWTWs 6 35 Lv Pranklort A 4 U I OQ Successor to K. L. Tnn..V.a.5. ?"." Oa grouBd'traViriiad by rirl 'pit, over which heirs of 0alvatl6n?" . .vbiiiei Milling Co. . " Elkbora yd 48 t 10 Atlanta threw the 8bermn JSaposItionfirst shell into shape. 31 year " Stamping uround 77 H7 Is last taking The M The effect both physical and spiritual ago, the GeorgetownU... 7 43 S SOJ facilities oi the great . 7 to upon the young can only be detrimental, a so Arr. O. S. Depot SO9 S jo " ParU .C 4 4 400 and if the parents in Stanford have any TRAINS WET. No. a, No, 4. No. to. No. 8. ""P'letorsof...... influence with their children, they will a. id. p. m. a. m. p. m, make them shun a repetition of th'ew C,..M 9 oj Lv Pari 6 00 4 40 spirit callings for it is certainly senseless " C. 8. Depot .....10 07 6 37 STANFORD, KY.j; 4 40 " Georgetown B 1010 6 40 5 35 and wTcked. ROUTE X " Stamp'g Oro'd 10 8 6 58 7 17 connection to Atlanta, together with low SUnford, Dec. 11, 1895. market. " Elkhorn... ...... to 4S Ani Its 7 15 Than any keater 7 ;j the people to make a railway rates, will enable expense-.- , 8 15 smMMSlffSsTC,w Jsi .L' Arr Frankfort A... 11 00 7 30 wear ppareu u lurnisn .jxeBSsWiiVlIZakkapeV triput but wall Ono-TMi- d I do not refer to the Spiritualism, which Published Every Tuoaday and Friday makes men's Uvea nobler and better, bnt AT the Spiritualism that would Beek to fath52 IFBJrt YKARIN om the mysteries of the epirit world. MhWhon not sopaid 32, BO will be charged." I am told that nightly seances occur in . Spiritualism In Stanford. To the Editor of the Interior Journal. Trusses, Trusses, Trusses. Holiday Ezcursions! Christmas, 1895, New Year, 1896. DR.. "W. B. FElTirS". e5feSM Dentist, Stanford, (Vet-Offi- Bia : 4 : ROUTE, T. STTTTOIT. ..I .n - UNDERTAKER, OKAIG HOCKEE. FOR SiSLklS Blue-Gras- " 1 37 f 1 Olleu-nelt- o. -- y. ! ROYAI Clirite him. C enire Table Withers & 18a I- iii,r Hoeker's, BARKER HOUSE M.S.&J.W.Baughman, &ARIH0 POWDER St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Co, LIVERY, FEEI & SALE STABLE, Stanford, aa Somerset, Kentucky. firtt-da- MEESHON & GREER, Proprietors. M. W. JOBlITSOIT, 1 Horse Shoeing and Blachsmithing of all Kinds. KIMEY. ES wate-heu- ie 1 tilt-in- ROYAL farmers Bank&Trnst surance uompsr N-- OF UTEBFOOI. BARBBB n. ! A Steel JTOHTK WEST, Range and 40 Pieces of Ware for $25. "a THE attta-tlo- n 1 1 -- w. s. btjuch:, at m W. H. WEAREN & CO. Stnufurd, Kentucky, i Double Daily Trains LOOK HERE I Wall&OD Vftrnoa, Slnulord, Kentucky. Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, FIRST .$200,000 23700 PRICE, 3 go B. K. WEAHEISr. Stanford, RILEY st HOUSE Mm h I Men's and Boys' Suits and Over coats, CLOTHING i Ji'.'f Jl ""' R. R. Noel & Son, All Kinds of Coal, H. : J. : M'ROBERTS. Stanford, first-cla- ss v Hoofs Air light Heater. Ky, Midland R'y5 2 Cincinnati and Frankfort .. THE ATLANTA TRY ONE. 1 .iS&K .- uiri' QUEEN AND ORESOENT . ItiUses I Less Fuel inthe J A at Hi G. B. COOPEH, Wvery and Feed. Stable, Electric Blttera. Grgt&, THE tST0VE i I . - W SsJJkLfrfsssT ForlHallsTand JOffices. IS2 e SUNDAY TRAINS. F.KST-CLAS- S Leave Georgetown 10 10 a. tn; arrive Frankfort 11 00 a. m. On thorl notice. The traveling Leave Frankfort 4Jop, m, ariive Georgetown m it t. Kentucky a'fflst" very'LOVV TURNOUT public w,n ftlGGINS & MeKINNEt, Midland Railway and coaoec The tions form th shortest and cheapest rout to ail point South, East, North and West. Vor further information apply to their agent C. D. BKUCAW. 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