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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895122001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi Weekly Interior Journal. VOL. XXIII. WlUAMSaUnC, WHITLEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. w. NO. 84 STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1895. MIDDLEBURG, CASEY UOUNTY. Miss K'iza Smith's school closed last MIbs Alice O'Muia has roturnod from Dr. I. S. Wesley still remains very Friday for tho holidays with appropriate an extended visit to Washington.. poorly, KlilnrF.O. Button prcnchetl at tlio exeruises. Tho Knlghti of Maccabees will give The subject of Klder George Gowen's Christian church Thurmlny night. a supper here some time during Ohris- A.J. Sullivan wbh In Knoxville a Bermon for Sunday morning will be "The iiiaa week. Desire ol tho 2S Uiona." fow days this weok purchasing goods. Orit Spears and MIbs Mollie Hatter James I. Hamilton has bought Mr. now and lSverything is quiet hero were married on tho 0th by Rev. J. B. but Utile preparation is being made of tho John Spratt's House on Lexington street; Richardson. that is a life time interest for f30. holidays. The Green RiverJLumber Co. bold The graded school taught iiy Prof. B. 100 -- Our schools closed Friday for the RcreH o( laud two miles Eist of hero holidays. They have hud a very succets S. Uoweu and his alila corps of teachers to Mr. Jan. Gannat 11. will close to day to have about 10 days fill fall term. The Green River Lumber Co. has McKacn, president of holiday. Mr. Samuel made Mr. I). Sipplee Its 'agent aud ho Klder W. H. Movers, of HilUboro, the Kentucky Lumber Oo., wbh heie last has sold several tracts of.iand inUhisaud O., will deliver r free lecture at Lincoln county in tho lagtl(or lOdayp. looking 't"" their now buildi .;. week I. L. Gentry fc Co. am Bellini "ul the Christian church upon Madagascar Tho company owns some (jl 2,000 acres their Btock and expect to go to Arn.iaiunt illustrated with stereopticon views. near Grove. Tho sale of Mra. Ida M. Best's farm Ala , In February to engage in tho merThe entertainment fglvon by Mr. H. and stock on the lsth at Paint Lick was chandise business. W. Humphrey at tho close of his school Mr. C. W. lister has moved into bia very well attended. The farm of CO Friday night was a most creditable afnew home. MisseB Mollie mil Flora acres was purchased by her brother, Mr fair. His pupils and others who took Williams, of London, are visiting their Ballard, at 550. part acquitted themselves in a manner Lancaster was visitod by a monagario aunt, Mrs. J. A. Yates. highly satisfactory. Thel following perBov. Oliuger, of Harriman, Tenn., on Wednesday, consisting of two mon-ke- js sons aside from his pupils took part aud and four bears, two black and two added bus accepted a call from the Congregamuch to the amusement of the tional church at this place, and prescind brown ones, in charge ol a number ol occasion: Messrs Frank Jones, Ed Kee-nedark haired gypsies. his first Bormon lost Sunday. Alva Lucas, V. R Coleman, Robert A walkiug club has quite recently Kmer-soMr. 1. L. Williams Htid Miss Keeney, Fred Durham, W. C. Bryant, of Calhoun, Ga., were married at been organized here and the members of McD. Jones aud Misses Belle Coulter the bride's homo last week. They will the club rise early and tako their walks and Matilda Elliott. Tho exercises conreside In Mr. Williams' cottage near tho before breakfast, traveling tho four prin- sisted of dialogues nnd recitations of a cipal streets alternately of our little city. depot. very funny nature, interspersed with Lee Floyd, a Garrard county negro, Last Wednesday oveuing Miss Germusic by tho Middleburg string band, trude Lester entertained her friumlti to was arrested In Fayette county and with Mini Bertha Jones at the organ. christen her now homo Into which eho brought hero by the sheriff to answer to The house was crowded to its fullest cabaa recently moved. No pains has been the ciiargo of the murder of James pacity, but a more orderly crowd never Bpared to make tho home beautiful nnd Sloanoon Mr. Sam Yantia' farm, which before apsombled, not a single disturbattractive and tho charming young hos occurred two yeaiH ago. ance occurring. A fine silver .NOTK8. tee left nothing undone that could be possession of Mrs.tea sorvice is in Itthe is Gov. Bradley. Miss Belle Coulter played Mrs. Mor thought of to make tho evening a plet-an- t an heirloom from her aunt, Mrs. Gov. ton in the "Mischievous Negro" and actone for her company. Tuesday evening, Mr. and Mr. U. A. Letcher. Tills makes the second term ed her pnrt well. McD. Jones and V. R. Coleman Denhaui entertained the young people of the same service will be in use at tho gumade excellent negroes when blacked tho town In honor of Mibb Keatha Sheer-or- , bernatorial mansion. Tho following marriage licet) pes were nnd we heard one gentleman say they who has bad charge of tho millinery SullivanV store for issued this week: J. It Phillips to Miss ought to belonu to a minstrel show. department of J. W. Fred Durham was a colored witnees in tho prtseiit season. There was a largo Belle Adam; Joe F. Lawsou to Miss crowd present aud ovorvoue.had a pletis-an- t 'Midie Frauds Smith; James Holdam to the "Marnavje by the Now Justice of tho evetiing. Miss Shearer ielt Thurhday Mips Iviiiiia Adapts; Samnel Broughton Peace" and fairly brought down tho morning for her home in Wlneheeter to Mini Lizzie Marshbanks. lion He when he appeared on tho etagp. Mib Sallin 1). Tillett has in her mil K those young men who stood on tho but expects to return again in tho spring. Lust Tuesday morning tho little linery establishment a most magnificent desks against the protest of the trustees, daughter of Mr. Win. Ininan died of display of flue needle work, a full set of will come back and pay f jr the one they brain trouble alter an illness of lest than drawn work, Roman work, Irish point, broko down, the iaibes and gentlemen 2t hours. She wan n very bright, intelli- and point lace, all of it home made and who sat behind them will probably par'. gent girl, standing at Hie head ol her shows tho dexterity of woman. ..Hfl. don them fnrt 'r t. Two hops will bo given by tho young LSJ and hUh)h taking the t classes In school society men of our community during nUDOLC. lead In what she undertook, bho is child Mr. aud Mrs. Inmau hare the holidays, one on Xmas Eva and tho Eil Minor and little girl are in Louhad to die. The funeral services, weio oiher New Year's Eve. Music will be isville for a few days held at Baptist church Wednesday morn furnished by Smx'.oh's baud of LexingMits Natio McOlure, of Casey, is ton. They promisa to bo recherche afIng. visiting her sister, Mrs. J. A. Hamfairs. monds. Col. James W.Uapertou, our townsMr. and Mrs. Robart A. Hamilton's Many of our boys' faceB have been so authorizes the little son, JauifP, had a narrow escape man aud fellow-citizen- , long eiuce the election that the barbers del'antsgraph to announce that he from being scalded to death. The accsires to be a delegate to the national re- ident was caused by the little fellow turn gwe refused to shave them for 10c. The last of the Arizona people who publican convention from tho eighth Ing a pan of boiling water over on him. congressional district. He has been so- Ttie burn is severe and very painful, but left here have written back giving a glowing description of the country and licited by representatives from all partB not serious we are glad to say. climate. of tho district to enter the field and it Miss Klir.a Lusk, who has charge of Bro. Grinstead cave us a noble serwas while at Frankfort Tuesday that he tho pupils in tho graded school here in race. Col. Caper-to- n the Intermediate department, will have mon on Progressive Christianity last decided to mako tno all is one of the truest exponouts of some choice exercises this afternoon in Sunday, urciug that the drones in in tho United States and the nature of recitations, selections, r., hives oucbt to bu separated from the our district could not ask for a Baler, bet and then at the close remember her pu- working bees. It. L. Hubble shipped his load o( tor delegate. Tho l'antagraph heartily pils by a treat of confectinnaries. mules to Atlanta Thursday. John W. who kuow ana endorsed him is do all The ycuu;; men of this city are lovo him. Col. Oaperton was chairman much "xcited over tho prospective war Bright is the first to ship hia crop of to of the committee on permanent orBiii-zitiowith Knuland. Wednesday eeninj a bacco from tnin settlement. Win. Blacky, n, tin-fourt- h n CRAIG & HOCKER, Cash Druggists, Have the biggest : 'Stock Of gfe i MS .In the city NOVELTIES MISS ELLEN GRANGER OWSLEY, l.JM tSTKIl, I K Books, Albums, Dolls, Toys, Vases Mirrors, Etc. Something to suit everybody. f tlio late tlio only clauulitc-.- r MIm Ownlcr JikIko Micliael It. (IwAley atnl h noted f.irand Me and lraclouiicM. As will 1 fur Iht great neon, lior fittir- are of the Uret Ian type and very .ind dmriut. Iter inutliprw.-- Mls I'.lion t wljoh she llll she tMi w.u mitfd (or her retulnnto a roiuarlahle degree. MM llmley is a Kfand niece of two xnrernors, Itons. Hubert I?tchcr and William OnIey Your Inspection Solicited. Everything Cheap. nof MIm Onley' itreatett charms Is the almost utter ininiuscloiisiiivi of Ikjk lieaiitlfiilhe Is, and iin.is.miilni,', though Kxinedlmrly unaHt-ctecordial and cnsai;liKi tic ,s ' every tense "an un- I tinin "I n merion rniiunliiK-- I ' iii-- MATRIMOHIAUrlATTERS. That : Christinas PRESENT. You havn't bought it yet. tion. May be we can help you with a suggesExamine our line of :- Thomas Ininan, i:ed 15, and Susie Woods, jiint 13, eloped from Dayton, O.. and wer married. G. W. Barker and Miss Sollie Wright were married at the groom's home in Crab Orchard Wednesday. O. W. Baker and Mies Matilda Jane Young, both of the Highland eection, were married ai Mr. H P. Young's Wtd-needa- y. Begant -- Glassware ! Salad d t1 meeting was held and the advisability of vention held at Louisville, aud was also orgnnizng a company with the expectaciuimilteoman Irom tho State at largo. tion of active service was hsriously disHis selection would bo appropriate aud eased. But whether the war with 8 itisfynls friends at home, in the disBritain materializes or not a rumpauy of and throughout Kentucky. I'anta State gunrdH will tie enlisted here bo Adtrict, graph. jutant Genoiai Collier btatts, aud named While at the inauguration of Govern- for Gmurd'e latu and highly honored for 25c. or Bradley our esteemed friend nnd fol citizen, Gov. William O'Conuell Br.id-le- y. A traveling harness peddler came Col. J. W. Oaperton, waa becounty Ima quite a prodigy in through here a days ago, claiming that This sieged by prominent members of Me he had sold some teams in Madison aud KjIi Kavan-augparty to allow hla name to bo used 111 tho way of a colored youth, was disposing of his harness at a reduc who though possessing only a monof delegate connection with tho position ed price, which outdo many of our with au infrom this district to the republican na- ger education is neighbors buy of him and he went his to be held in St. LouIb satiable thirst for kuow ledge. Ho is countional convention try burn aud bred, but comes to town way rejoicing. In a fow days there came next August. Col. Oaperton has accedalong owners looking for harness which buys all the late a ed 10 these requests, and it ia needless to once mouth aud and periodicals. Harpers, Century, the man had stolen and sold as he travsupport of add will attract to himself the Mousey, McClure and other such publi eled about and all of the boys lost their tho best olement of his party. It is none among his selections. He purchases of our light, but wo do know that tho dis- citions are aa one of his most treasured A LOCAL NATURE. trict has not hla hiiporior in statecraft, prizes Darwin's "Oritrin of Man." He rugged honesty, and in political ea in There wore 'J30 cattle on the Georgepurchased Emerson's gacity. Ueapected at homo by all classes ban recently town market Monday which sold at 2 40 and of course U.irlyles would be the and conditions of men, Col. Oaperton to 3Jc. and wor-th- y next to follow. will entor thunrena A statement filed by J. P. Ripy, tho B. Turner has returned from au T.J. of any foeman'a eteel. Register. trip through Texas. Mrs. Anderson county distiller who aBaigmd Gov. Bradley is true to his friends exteiibive recently, shows assets of $150, ISO and WeBloyK. Oardwoll, of llnriodsburg, Marksbury.of Perryville, is tho guest of liabilities of 597,730-39- . II. A. B. Marksburv, and famihas received tho appointment to the her son, Two Logan county farmers went to Lexington insane ly. Capt. James A. Dillion and daughstewardship of tho law over a $10 hog. The kcase was deleft to be the asylum, and will tako charge the 1st of ter, Mits Nellie, cided a few days ago aud the losing .nan appointee's claim to pre- guests of relatives in Oincinnati. Miss January. Tho Eugenia Bush will return from Beau- had tn pay $190 aud costs. ferment lies principally in tho fact that Tho annual report of superintendent for the Xmas holiCollege bo spent his money freely to carry Wat mont of the Deaf Institute at Danville shows days. Mra. Mary L. Anderson is visitHardin's homo county against nim. are 303 pupils and that they no better man ing hor cousin, Mrs. Sam Deatherage, of that there The Climax says that Mr. Richard C, Warren and are maintained at a cost of $1 17 por caplot tho place could be found in the dis- Richmond, of Stanford, were visitors of Mr. ita per year, which includes every extrict. Ho is a man of ability aud integ- wife, Wednesday. Miss Eudox-i- pense. rity, a life long republican and has nev-o- r John Duncan The 10 Danville gentlemen who Moss is at home from college at By all meanp, send asked for oflico. spent 10 days in hunting in Poinsett to spend her Xuibb. Mrs. T. J. him to 8t. Louis June 10th. B. Turner has returned from a visit to county, Ark., killed eight doer and an abundance of smaller game. Of the deer JudciePahkku, of tho Frankfort cir- her sister, Mrs. Harley, of Nashville. J. Mitch Bailey killed "three and G. T, cuit court, has given the free turnpikes Miss Etizi Lusk leaves next week for the Helm two. a black eye. He decides that bonds can Atlanta exposition. Mrs. McClelland Richardson, of Valnot be Issued to buy the pikes, on tho G. B. Swango, register of the land ley View, was burned to death by her ground that as the returns from the .last ofllce, makes a statement to Governor clothes catching fire from a stove by election show that over 0,000 men actu. Bradley explaining the discrepancy in which she was warming. Her husband ally voted at that particular occasion, bis accounts, and Inspector Gardner, in was also painfully burned while trying foltherefore the conclusion necessarily an amended report, now sustains the po- to Bave his wife. Mrs. Richardson was a malows that 3,000 h not a two third of Gen. Oassius M. Clay. sister-in-lasition of Judge Swango. jority of this number. mu-eiclow-citizen- at tho late republican State con- erby and II. O. Walters sold John John-son, of Lancaster, some hots at 3c. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Rush Branch church will uive an entertainment aud oyster supper at Bright'a school house next Monday night, Dec. , 23d. There will be recitations and this with a good oyster supper, all 1 , h, self-taugh- t, i mag-azin- is ys full-arme- d to-da- y to-da- y e Richaul Brctton, just 21, of 3lvr stands, Goblets, Tumblers. O eek, and Miss Bettie Lawrence, n yesr hie junior, werd married at the bride's mother', near Preachers ville Wednesday. Lovely Hand-painteCelery and Frank Hopkins, of Auzubtr, Me, Beautiful Decorated Cake Plates, salad stands, and all articles enumerated in the Glassware lit e. of rough on rats took a snillclent amount to kid himself because hia girl iieisted STAND LAMPS Elegant, Artistic, Esthetic, give light like the ot postponing then marriage a couple of sun and things of beauty. weeks Mr. John H. Pence and Mies Ediih MIRRORS Double, Triple and Quadruple, just the thing-- . M. Painter, of Brodheatl, a cood looking TOILET to delight your wife or sweetheart. young couple, came down Wednesday W. WORK BASKETS aud repairing to the residence of Rev. Some lovely designs in willow, fit for a Queen. S. Grinstead, were made one by that diDon't wait until the stocK has been picked over, but come early vine. They were quite a youthful pair, they claimed they were not elopers. bit Mr. Harris Craig and Mbs Lucy WIN son were married at her home in Boyle Wednesday and came here witn Miss Annie Christerson, of Richmond, nnd Mr. Newton Grain, and were guests of the St Asiph. The brido is a pretty young lady of 10, while the groom is 22 They will instead of 19 hh reported. spend several days here visiting relatives Robert S. Tucker, Jr., and Mits Lou-lIke Santaclaus, a son of the old ancient patriarch, will be with us for Kate Ride, of the West End, were the next two weeks. This arrangement was made by us with the married in the Myeis House parlorti Wednesday afternoon by Rv. A. V. old father, he now being so old and infirm that he can not go They were accompenied by around as in former years. Then we say come and see us for Mr. E. O. Powell aud Miss Humphrey, who saw tho knot well tied. The bride, who isa riuuithter of Mr. Geo W. R.He, is onoof th Wtst End'e prettbat irirls Onl is highly accomplished. Mr. Tuck-- 1 Pure Stick Candy 6 c per pound; Cream mixed S French ' or is n substantial joung farmer Mid a mixed 25c. Oranges, Bananas and Grapes at a low fignre. reject After clever gentleman in the ceremony the party left for the Granulated Sugar 5c. Arbuckle and Aluroma Coffee 20c. All groom's home, where Mr. and Mrs. Tuck-p- r Calicoes and Do.nestics 5c. In fact our entire stock is in keeping will co at oucMo housekeeping The We havn't space for prices in detail; come iNTK'iion Journal joins their rm.ry with the 20th century. prices for Candies, &c, (rteuits in wishing them the best if and be convinced. Don't pay extravagant everything that this world afford?. under a pretext of purity. IVe guarantee our stock as pure as made. Mr. A. G. r. Smith, of Boyle, and Yours for saving you money in Dry Goods. Clothing, Boots and Miss Mary Gatewood Giveus, of this ' county, wore married in Lexington Wed- Shoes and everything kept in a ffrst class Store. by Rev. Green Lee Surnesday evening of the bride. The lier, brother happy event took plsre at Mr. Surber's rebideuco and Mr. F. Kenley Tribbloand Proprietor of the Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky. Miss Byrd Givens, of this county, Rcted as best man and lady. After the ceremony tho pirty repaired to tho Phoenix Hotel and enjoyed an elegant supper especially prepared for tho occasion, after which they took tho train for home and went at once to Mr. Smith's handsome residence. The bride is a daughter of Mrs Margnret Givens and is a most eleis handsome and gant young lady. accomplished, tho po&brsaor of a disposition that is suushine itself and Is loved most by those who know her beet. Mr. Come to us While you can buy useful things for Christmas presents. Smith Ib an xcelent gentleman, genial Owing to our great and popular and is tho soul of libnor. He has amassed a good deal of this world's goods and he and his pretty young wife can now live In comfort and easo, with no thought of the hungry wolf Santa Claus has made our house the great deposity for useful Xmas bothering their door. In tho lmuuage Fur Muffs, Mufflers, Handkerchiefs, Table Linens, Nap. Vau Winkle, "May they live long presents. kins, Towels, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets, Lace Curtains, prosper." and Boquet Vases, Water Sets, Water Bottles, Celery Stands, Presentation Queensware. F. B. TWIDWELL. 3 Santa Claus AT HUSTONVILLE. a I Siz-unor- , I Good goods at Low Priees -3C; in-la- CHAS. WHEELER, Husbands, Witt es, Children. S'-t- Closing Out Sale, of-Rl- p liar-rodsbu- rg w Harroiisburg says Lace Bed Sets, that Representative Chinn will introduce a bill in the legislature to create a board of pardons, and thus tako tho prerogative Every thing goes. Suits of clothes from $2.50 to 5io, worth from $$ out of the hands 6f the governor. Great indignation is expressed here toward to $15. No shoddy in these goods. All well trimmed, well made Gov. Brown for pardoning Derwood Jor- and guaranteed to fit. The finest line of home made comforts ever of. dan, who was sent from this county to fered and immense in size. Don't fail to look before you buy. serve three years in the penitentiary for forgery. There are two Indictments yet against him one for arson and another for perjury. A dispatch from Clothing", Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c. HUGHES & TATE. v whore his married sister still lived, HOW TO KEEP CHRISTMAS. had once, beou fashionable. You could Oh, Christmas, merry Chriitiniut from th KiirIIsIi I'oets on tho tell that from the houses big, broad, Christmas. 1S95, Is It really come again, llolliluy' Published Evory Tuouday and Friday roomy, old fashioned brick residences With iu memories nnd greeting, New Year, 1S96. AT To earn how to keep Christmas in Its of a bygouo day, with quaint colonial With Its joy and with Its pain! SiS YKAB IN" ADVANOB true spirit, one cannot do better than to doorways, olaborately carved, tho lintels turn iu llio KiikIMi poets old and new. Them's a minor in the carol, : : not soptid 32.60 will be charged." in many ensos supported by the classic. And a shadow In tho lipht. England win my r.nglninl wlten : Ami n spray of cyprens twining : Ky. Ionic or Dorio columns effected by tho H,rts again, Old Christmas brought it Ore and One frlid Fare Ko. n I Trip. Vith tho holly wrenth tonight. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. says Sir Walter Scott, and. Instead of nlv builders of a century ago. Office on Main Slfel, Opposite the But their glory had departed. Tho inn unu lit lliiiliiy to this our mothAnd tho hush is never broken Train leave Stanford v 7:15 a m nJ 3 p. Tickets will be Id Lclwetn all points on the By laughter light and and ?' Fpirit of decay had fallen uy.cn them, erland devoted 1:J days to its commemora- Itig Four Route, good g Ing Pre 14 srrivlng at 4:50 p. m. ami o:m p. m. : : wo listen in tho starlight 1893, and Ian 1, ify". ntul good returning until and tho children of th.e who built tion. To tho "bolU across tho snow." Jan a, lKi, inclusive. So now hat come our joyfulent feast; L. &'N. LOCAL TIME CARO. them had moved to finer and more For full infortnation as In time of 'rains, etc Havergal. L 't very man lx- Jolly ; wille any reprctcii.aive II g Pour Route. modern homes. Ertrli room with Ivy leaves lw drest K O. McCOKM.VCK u 17pm Ko. 14, Train Koing North U II. MARTIN, And rj pOit with holly. 3 15 a m But tho Jennincses and tho Kent Pass. TrsfTic Mgr Ko. t6. (i.n Pass and kt Ag( HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. " South Without the door h't sorrow lie, ,ia 04 p m A ROMANCE OF XMAS. wero an exception. They had withstood No. as, . No.- -, ISP tn And if for fold It hap to die. Oilers hit tervicet o Ihu people ol West Lintho general exodus and continued to We'll bury It In t'hrlstmn pie coln and Casey Louutles. lull stock of Co us QUEEN & CRESCENT. aud Caskets always on nana. And evermore lie merry, No matter where 111011 may be, no livo m the house which had been their 1) . Carpenter, Mansger. 05 George pout of tho seven- Two Good rooftree s Train pa Junction City at follows Farms near matter how far nvvay from homo they family Thoy werefor nigh a hundred write? century.Wither, a years. plain, quiet, conserv- teenth a m No a North ...3.56 p m No, 1 South it 37 will lake Hustonvillc, Lincoln Co., Ivy. II I pQ for cash or all the hides t can get " tho bells of " 3 ,..1.46 p m may go or how long thoy may stay nwny, ative people, and not of tho On every 11.55 am " 4 "smart" Cambridge Christmas evoancient enrol: old la trade lor leather on fllLTjO. " 3 " ...3.13 a m when Christmas comes their minds rett.oa m ' 6 " ring out this M sort, like the gay, fashionable families court u) sal stanlord ur at my heme in l.oqam " 8 " ..337 m 7 " - j 011, merry gentlemen; heirs ol Mrs. America llailey, deed., offer 1 anner The God bitChat Knnthn, ...6 00 a m vert to tho loved ones of their childhood 8.40 p m ' 10 who had all moved away. 9 " l ut one mile lor sale her two Farms, situated Let nothing you dWinny, Not it. Nos. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur- tender memories of a mother, n sisin Lincoln county, on the west of lluttonvlllo, For Jesus Christ, our Saviour, her than Junction City, nor on Sunday. llrailfordtville turnpike road These two Farms ter, perhaps a sweetheart, aro revived, Wan loni this happy day. "Hero's Undo Dick!" shouted tho adjoin and taken together contain 340 acres et and n longing soizos them to bo back boys as thoy grabbed his big traveling As the soul; runs 011, Its burden Is thnt land and can be divided to as to Include shout 140 ORCHAI. D, LAWN, GARDEN seres In the oth again amid the old familiar scenes. big almost beforo tho haekitiau had the holy title of Christmas mtit efface nil rt. The the home place and 100 acres in on etch buildings FALL 8 j evil memories and unite men in the bonds are ccmfortaMe and and imprrovrinrnla the laims With each recurrence of tho glad sea- time to carry it into tho hallway. substantial. Fach ol All kinds of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, it ell watered aud convenient to good schools son which heralds peace, on earth to mon Hugs aud kisses were exchanged all of love and brotherhood. itle clear Shrubs, bmall Fruits, (.rape Vines, Asparagus, Thackeray thus conveys tho lesson of mil churches Terms reasonable of good will, this longing crept in to around, and his hister wept a few sweet tor lutlher inlormaiPn ipply to either of us. Ac, Ac No agents lluy dhccl and sa.e mon Christmas: ey 1 atalogues ou application 10 J P. 1IA1LM. Stanford. Kv . Richard Jennings' heart, stilling all in- memorial tears. Ho had grown so liko . lluttonville, K 11 1 LRPYALis:ji 1I1LLKNMLYKK, Como wealth or want, come Rood or 111, HOCKKR-J terest in the fluctuations of wool on his father, she thought. Ah. if mother Lennglon, Ky. je FAYKTTK DUNLAP, M I) lls Let younir and old accept their part, li tm llle, Ki 'Chango, and making positively dis- could see him now that mother who.--o And bow before the awful will, And lienr It with an honest hirt. tasteful to him all talk about tho pros- patient, loving face was pictmed on M. b. J W. IIaUohmas. Who missei or who wins tho prize pects of next year's cotton crop or tho canvas in tho quaint old fashioned Go, lose or compter as you van. rumoied Wall street combine to effect n franio hanging on tho parlor wall. Dnt If u fall or if you rise He ouch, pray God, a gentleman. "corner" in wheat. His nephew, Alex, a handsonio lad, J F IIAKKKK, Proprietor, raorauroHS Whenover Christmas approached, ho led him up to the sanio room in tho old My sonir unvo this ts little worth, - began to realizo his loneliness, and ho fashioned house which ho had occupied & SALE LIVERY, I lay the weary nsldo regarded with envy tho people hurrying when a boy, furnished with tho sumo And wish j 011 health nnd lovo nnd mirth Kates TWO DOLLARS Per I)a-- . STA15LE, An fits the nolemn ClirbtininMilu, chairs, and tho along tho street carrying bundles of toys high backed rush As lit. the holy Christmas birth. Remodeled and refurtiltlioo throughout. Large and candles and costlier presents to low bed, with tall, carved corner posts; - - Kentucky. ami Commodious sample Rooms Bo this. Rood friends, our enrol Mill homes. the old prints aud kuiukknaeks and their B on earth, bo peace on earth, Malls and elBie conaxted by iiWctrlc llellt. II you nwl livery give us a call Nothing but I'rumpt aud polile service lo guests 1o men or gentle will. Homo That sacred place is not to bo books. And over tho flreplaco was a pho4) turnouts will leave our stable, bee ut violated at such a season by tho presents tograph of EltMiior Kent Charles Maokny's " Under tho Holly for rates. In our Ho threw himself into a chair, overof a strauger, and Richard Jennings BoukIi" breathes the true Christmas spirOUR HCStLINO 1NSI RANCH MAN, HARNESS SHOP Absolutely Christmases wero spent alone. He was come with emotion at tho many memo- it by saying to all who havo scorned or Injuns 0110 another: You will nnd good assortment of Harness, always glad when tliey wero over, and ries of his younger days that nroso Saddles, Ac Have your repairing den by A cream of tarter baking pow- he could again becomo absorbed iu busilAt alniiPil ,ii;lnst and tinning him like gho-t- s from tho past. our man, he understands his business. Wcbsv rorget their strife s beginning Who represents tht Old Reliable Mlchic an Mutuder. Highest of all in leavening ness cares. mccbaulc in our In tho afternoon ho went ontwitli his And join in friendship now. al Life Insurance Co, of Detroit Mlik. can Be links nu longer broken, For tho past ton years ho had been a two oldest nephews, Alex and Sam, to strength. Latest United States write you all the most Utorable plans 01 Intur BLACKSMITH SHOP. Ut wiet forgiveness p,kan ancc Me a,to represents the old rehabiv Central member of tho St. Louis Merchants' seo the shop windows, mid when they Government Food Report. Wlllguarantps Tobacco Warehouse of LoNisvllle, Ky , and will wirk and snstictor Under tho holly bongh. ..,,! in v,.", v vo. l'mliniiiin .,.i.t .....a .tutu n) 'f i fill fftt returned all three, had their arms filled oi'i " m be glad lo have a liberal share of your patrunsge. 1, our r0" thewr. IIATTAT TS A TTTHTfl TS f t TJ P n Tennyson sums up tho teachings of Uncr uu ort.n.i.i.tvx o had no tasto for society, and although with presents. Win be irudy lo tontrr ail the fsvurs that tan be Ho was very happy. If scores of Christmas poets when iu verses given by any warehoum- - Liberal cash advance. 1O0 Wall Street, New York. he belonged to several of tho best clubs some of thoso married fellows in St. addressed to tho bells lie sings: menu mad on consignments, ttotb ib the war, Cc house and country I will te si Stanford every iu tliat charming old town, he could not Louis could seo him now! Tho teiiso Illne out old nhnpes of foul d!enie. court day. Parties wanting hogsheads, prises or 1 bo called a clubman. His tastes, his of loneliness which had haunted him Iling out the narrowing Inst of gold. money mould aildirss tnn at Paint Luk, Ky. OrSTANFOKI.:KY , Prompt attention guaranteed. craviugs, woro domestic, but they re- for years was gone, and yet in a Hint; out the thousand war. of old, (Qftra goods of the latest styles lust received. mained unsatisfied. New Illng in tin thousand jcur of poucv. .new fully;orgniscd and ready lor butitcit wit Little was known week he would bo back again in that Call in and see the largsst and best aborted line quiet hmio of his in St. Louis, with ever brought to Stanford. Prices as low at the of his previous history. Ho was not comSPRING AND SUMMER. lllng In the valiant mnn and freo. Paid up Capital of - - $200,000 lowest. The hjrsrer liisirt. the kindlier Imnd. municative, and his business acquaint- no other occupant savo tho faithful Something to Beautify tho Ladies. Elegant Linens and Embroidery Material. lllng out the darknran of th land, Surplus, . ii,00f. ances wero not iuqnisitiva cur.ui uiuus i MISS LICC1E flKAZLEY, King In the Christ that la to bo. Stanford, Kv Ono evening, just four days before Dally fipenimng New Matt, lacetl UCCKSSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONA Sclectrd. Wc gits lite assi ranee is the trail, that they wil. Christmas, Mr. Jennings returned to his It was Christmas ova All tho lights UANK UK STA.MOKU, find in our rs atill.Ki.irnt the same etclustvcness A. G. Lanhia handsomely furnished residence and as- - wero burning brightily in tho McCray aha 3. CasUemaa. n style of patterns, hats and tscuuets and all the THE CHRISTMAS HOLLY. "0 closing up) with the stmt asstLa sod und ll.o same tnHagtacnl leading novelties In Millinery lorwhehw. arc tonished his housekeeper by telhug her mansion. Lucie Luck aud too children provisions of itschaitcr, depositors are a known throughout the country romtlou Tor This Sen- '. II, prolitled as air depositors in NsUets was going homo for Christmas. " Slio I have srcumt a rirsi-- i lass trimmer for the seaho had nover realized beforo what An Appropriate ium of Itejolrlng. nanus, its shareholders being held individual!-isolson. Thanking you lor past favors, wc respect had been in his servico for more than good companions children were had to the esient ol the amount of then stui.1 fully solicit youi ptlroiiace heieiofare to li crally A picturesque shrub psiMvlnliy useful at fivo years and behoved that all his relaiwsWwt-d- . been busy all afternoon decorating tho M D DClM'r.KAKherein at the p.r value thcreol, In addition to lh acta, shares traouni k.vlh I UDhKAK. .Mansger tives wero dead, as sho had never heard huge Christmas tree. Against evening this timo of the your Is tho holly, with Its occutor,invested In such truttis--, llc, msyfully at administrator, touch and shining' spinous loaves mid its him speak of them. it was a glorious sight to behold. Tho pretty little, full, round individual Is the toTo hulsincss 10 u. "Hero s something for yon for Christ- - children had never been so happy. All only plant appropriate to this happyItperiod while those who entrusted IhcirNil ion a lUnt jl mnaglng the Lincoln mas," ho said, handing her a 10 bill,- of them had gotten an mutually largo thnt relieves the dead green and mmioto itanlord, we wt here lender our many thanks am their butinst and I hopo you'll enjoy yourself. I'm number of presents. Undo Dick ono notisvvlilu of 'ii iwiiiflovurlufr plants aud irutl they will continue tv transact prompt atteo Law, Attorney ohVrlug at a guarantee for with vinos suptruMHl tolxlK tH Wirlstnms nnd jen ut, ttmo, our twenty yesis' eiptiunce t east. going had bought three and four each, oven to BAB.BEE &CASTLEM - Sarah, iu her rich, honest brogue tho baby. In tho big sitting room the the days that follow Kplphanv. Like tho banking and at liberal accommodations as are ere MANAGERS, sirnl with sound banking mistletoe, most of the holly evpoM'd for thanked him. presents wero displayed on an old maOffice on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court sale In conies from Mouse Colli tiont rctesve especial attentlun IS There was a in his Cmmerce Building, Louisville, Sarah, who wasnew lightnoticed it. faco. hogany tablo that reminded you of eoino Britain,American marts species of the (,nvt J J. Williams, Mt. cmiCTotis: Vciuuu, although soinii plant shrewd, For wild beast of tho forest when you gazed grow In the southern states .11 Shanks, Stanford; Agents throughout the South 17 years this man had been away from down nt tho formidable looking claws J it Owsley, SUnlord; The commercial holly, however, is cut homo, and during his abseueo his par- winch sorved for its feet. But tho tablo iu Scotland ami sent here in Ixik's It is S.J. Ktnbry. Stanford; V7. A. TBIBBLE, Looal Agent, ents had died, whilo he was riding could not contain them all, so several most vnlunlilti to work up In combination J II Owsley, Stanlord; Attorney at Law, STANFORD, KY wild ponies in Texas or digging gold in chairs wero placed on either sido of it to with laurel, ivy and mistletoe into J. F Cash, Stanford. - wreaths, anchors, stars, crowns and other William Gooch, Stanlord; Colorado or gambling it away iu Kansas hold the overflow exhibition. "t OU ARKUOING..... ecrleslnstlr.il design, while for running A. W. Carpenter, Milledgevtllt, City faster than ho had gathered it. As tho evening waned Undo Dick nnd Will act at Kieculor, (Administrator and Assign- W M Cummins, .I'reacbrril lit R As tho train sped eastward over tho Papa McCray lit their cigars and went decorations that Is, long festoons nnd great weeps of green a few of the bright S. M tUantt, President level lands of Illinois aud Indiana, out for it walk. They had been gono but red lierrlcs wound Srsscial attnllonJglii in Settlements ol -- ....THE Owsley, Cathicr, regular in Or. J as Alto ney and Sal and Division of through the rich farm lands of Ohio, a fow minutes when there was a ring at heighten the effect andatrelieve thoIntervals W M Ilrlghl. Teller eye af s tits' Lands aud then amid tho wooded hills and tho doorbell, and Eleanor Kent and her The favorite manner of arranging holly OfSce on LaneastrSl. over Supt. W. F. McCla streams of his own native Pennsylvania aged mother entered, both bringing pres- for sale Is to mnko It up into some ono of y't olflce Y tho numerous designs appropriate to tho fairer than them all his mind trav- ents for the children. NATIONAL BANK A. S. eled backward from tho present Richard Although dressed very plainly, Elea- day and the Reason, olid thus most of tho O F.STAN FORD. KY Jennings, successful broker and respect-abl- nor never looked handsomer. Tho 17 plant offered this your is fashioned. Holly so expensive as the uilstlctoo nnd is Surgeon member of tho St. Louis Mer- years which had passod sinco her early Is jt hardy Louisville a Nashville R. R. more Stock- and lasting It has no Dentist, chants' Exchange, to the dissipated and only lovo affair had touched her tion connected with It, however, andtradi- Capital thus days of his fresh young mnuhood, when lightly. She was now Ho, but looked lose, Its sentimental value. Hut to tho Surplus. the line for you, at its Ji Ky. his wild lifo had separated him forever much youugor. decorator, the artist, tho llorlst and tho Attention of the public is invited lo theft, from ono ho could never forget. Sho was a great favorite with tho denier it is ono of the best, most ornato that this It Ihu only National Hank in Stanfor. Ofhccover McRoherts' Drug Stors in the Owsley Utouble ll'illdine and suggestive plants for uoat homo or Under the provitiont of the National Hank Ac As tho train approached Philadelphia children, who called her "Auut EleaMake dote connections at are secured not only by the capita aud ho looked out of tho window at tho nor. " They showed her tho tree, tho In public places that can be selected ut this depositors by the stockholders liability lor ai stock, but EOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Chicago Times. amount equal lo the stock, so that dosi:ors I numerous domes and spires and cupolas, presents and then "Undo Dick's For all points. HOUSE this institution arc secured by a fund of Jjcsvxx ho roilected how timo, which had home," thoy said, watching hor faco to Five sworn statements of tbecnndition of the bant THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Old Christinas Customs. P. U. niLBY. I'roprletor, yearto the United States guvsrn BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH are made each wrought such a difference m tho appear-unc- see a reflection there of thoir own assets are examined at stated ttrai Ono custom como to us from cf For auy information of tho city, must havo changed tho at the return of one whom sho had across the a is that tins hanging up stock aieut and its agenti, thus securing addititoai London. - - - Kentucky. y government KICK. Agent, JOES. that of sweet girl of 18, from whom his own so often told them about. But only a iugs on Christians eve. Little children aro tnd perfect tsfcty to depositors. Stanford, Kr originally established as have moved to my cew Hotel and am bcttsi misdeeds had sundered him. little nervous smile trembled on her lips taught that M. Nicholas brluits In gifts to This institution, Stanford id iSjS, then Hank of They had been sweethearts from child- and died. And very soon afterward sho thmn through closed windows, und It Is red as the Na'ional Hank ol Stanford id iStj am Jtcparsd than ever to aciommodalo the pullie the first National Hank hood. But old Ezra Kent, her father, must return home. Sho mnst write tho supposed this custom ntartcd from a tradi- again re orgauised as had practically an unmtero USd. L'T7lschfd and every cooveiurnc: da "5 m. call. stanlord in liit, has 77 FRANK KIL1-.Ywas a stern man, and when stories got names of her Sunday school scholars in tion that St. Nli'hiiln muni to throw purses tufted enstericuof is ears Ills better ttipph facilities lor transacting business proiap bow EXPOSITION abroad about tho dissipated set of which tho pretty, choap hooks she hud bought of money in through th windows of poor ,y andwith Us Icng au liberally than ever before Richard soon became tho leader, aud for them and practice tin offertory sho maidens, so that they might have marriage conorable career Aicouuts of corporations. Cdv WILL BE HELD jiortioits. and individuals respectfully soli' curies, firms camo homo from when ono sing on tho morrow, J low (son. In Ills hoi ef tipper Can- red. Sept. 18thto Dec. 31st, 1895. counting day ho aud found Richard his was to tho children would notnnd, nnd it. house hear of But The Directory ol this Hank is composed 01 ada, wi that ho met onto nt midnight on On ground iravertod by rtrli 'pits, over which inThey dragged her to tho piano and uccessort to j 11. Hlggint. Dealers in tihermau threw the first shell into Atlanta 31 years "Dick" everybody called him then Inamiful niooiilighi ChrlsiuiiLs ovoan Forcstus Held, Lincoln count) ; The S. T. Harris, Lincoln; ago, the Exposition is last taking toxicated ho said it was the last time forced her to play for them as they sang Indian, who won wftly'riveping along on facilities ol the ureal J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; Eleanor should receivo him. Sho was t "Jolly Old St. Nicholas." Thoy tout- tho ground, t'pon b lug iuestlonisl, tlio J. W. IU)den, Stanford; dutiful girl. It wounded her life, but ed tho rollicking song with such n lusty Indian motioned to him to bo silent, and S. II. llaughman,! Lincoln; sho oboyed. Tho Kouts came of storn chorus that old Mrs. Kent was afraid paid: "We watch to mhj tho dcur kneel. J. S. Mocker, Stanford; This Is Christmas night, and all tho deer Ky. BtulT, nnd beneath Eleanor's geutlo thoy would awaken tho baby, whoso V. A.Trlbble.Stajlord, fall upon their knees to tho lima spirit We will continue the coal business at Mr womanliness lay heroic strength. when angered was terriblo, but und look up." .Soleeted. wrath M. O. Elmore, Stanford; old tt.nd nut will ln,.nn s..i .. ',! . After that Richard Jennings' intoxi- Mrs. McCray reassured her and begged ROUTE T. P. Hill, Stanford, we pr.mpTly .'"'"'"Icncaali will delivermike w e VV,r hY,1 strictly AnJ its connections to Atlanta, together with low cated habits became a publio scandal, Eleanor to 6ing tho offertory sho was to L. Tanner, McKinnev; K. mill Crounil Due. and will to railway rates, will enable the people to make a dethe interest ol the people ol thu section to Itpay aud when his sister married Will Mc- sing at St. Brido's, "Whilo Shepherds M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon.K, Cssh. Next to the mistletoe and holly tho laulightful trip at but small expense. President; 37 Crescent tuns superb vestlbuled Cray, a promising young lawyer (EleaThe Queen Watched Their Flocks by Night. ' ' But rel and ground pine aro most favored, tho J. Mocker, McRobcris, Cashier; Juo. J. trains with through sleepers and carrying Parlor, nor was maid of honor), ho disappeared Eleanor didn't know it without music. former s glossy leaves and green borrles DON'T FOROET THAT Cincinnati direct Cafe and Observation Cart, Iron A A. McKinner, Asst Cashier to Atlanta, parsing through Georgetown, Lexingfrom home. Her hands strayed over tho keys, mak- suggestive of good cheer and always- form ton, Somer-e- t and I larriman en route. More than ing an elleetlvu background when gay henNow ho was returning, a very differ- ing littlo impromptu chords aud catoo mllea shortest line Special low reduced rates THE FAVORITE MILLS, to the Exposition Ask your Queen St Crescent ent man and regretful that ho had staid dences and then struck the preludo to ries or mosses are used in addition. Tho ground plno coils easily anil gracefully agent something about it in deuil. Write to AT McKINNEY, KY., away so long. It was such a short jour- Tosti's "Memories," ono of those songs into wreaths ami Is Invaluable for twining Only Duect Like Hctwecn Mavejust been overhauled and repaired fion bo. Chattanooga, Tenn. ney from tho Mississippi to the SchuylA. J. LYTLK, D. P. A., that play upon tho human heart strings. about staircases or pillars or for Using iu ta J0 top by the famous Richmond City Mill CIIAS. V. J5KLL, D. P. A , - - Cincinnati, Ol kill ho wondered that ho had not beforo Many a time when alone sho sang it, decoration on a largo scale when boughs "orks, 01 nicnmonu, ma, and now Increased, are doing more andwith capacity Shortest and quickest between For free inforrr atlon and printed matter. summoned enough courage to return. but it was not a song for Christmas evu; of spruce, hemlock and cedar are also better work than ever before, and with the old reliable D V YvVC.RINEAnSON.G. P A, - - Cincinnati. Seventeen years Frankfort, Georffotown und Parla, Kennedy as head miller, you are sure of good much In vogue. rit. Louis it was too sad. OarliBlo, Maysvillo, Oynthiana, Hour and fair treatment. He tuio For tho twentieth timo ho drow forth bring ut As Richaul Jennings aim his br6ther-in-layour grinding and when buying calland our old I'nris Christum Confections, Falmouth and Oovingfton. tor San Francisco. a letter aud read it with the same abPortland. tluTliotiKo, tho sound of and wall established brands. Favorite Patent. La Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains dies' Favorite and ..To the.. Rakers' Choice. sorbed interest as if for tho first time: her rich, sweet voico leached thoir ears. e Parisian confectioners and llorUts run by Central Standard Time. their shops with soinoeffort at symbolHATES St SON, Time Tabla Nov. 3, 1895, "Who is singing?" asked Richard. Dear Dick Will met Mr. Coles last week. feuccessor to K. L, Tannerfe Favorite .Milling Co ism on tho fete days of the year. Last Ho hod just como from St. Louis and said ho Eleanor Kent," was tho reply. "It's No. 1. No 3. No. 7. Christmas houhoiuiiorc of donkeys, with 1 MAINS EAST. met you there. You naughty boy Why have ........Via The m. p. in. p. m. Low aud clear aud swcot tho words, panels of Infant dolls, were displayed. Tho you nover written or come homo to seo us? We 6 55 4 15 00 Lve Franlclort A molten into music, reached thoir ears : favorite cake of his holiday is almond, so Klktorn want you to spend Christmas with us. All tho 7C8 418 trwtip 148 thinly mndo and covered with llgurun. " Stamping Uround 7 27 447 children tiro crazy to nee you. There are fivo Thero is no note of nil your wings of yore iWfl " (ieorgi'town.11... 7 4S So) a 15 now. Tho baby, a beautiful girl, is 10 months That doiw not spuk tn ni of jou once more. Plum e.ike Is seen in the north of Franco 7 jj 5 09 " jij old nnd has two teeth. Tho children often talk There it no place wt two huvu over HMl&lifli . during tlio holidays. Another cake, Arr. C b. DepotC Proprietors of ., 8 30 " Pant 4 co j 41 about Uncle Dick. Eloanor hns told them so That does not whUtir of the uit;lit lmvobeon. "l'enfant .Testis" cut out In tho form of a ytouisvittt.MtwAiBANYaCmcAto'atCia muny Tom Brown at Hugby sort of stories There is no path i.f all tint nnc' we knr . TRAINS WKST. No. 1. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. chili), is very popular with the children. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourna CHRISTMAS BELLS. Holiday Ezcursions! DH,. W. b. PEinrsr, 4 u " 01M-rsniu'- P3H j , M-Wh- en BIG I 4 ROUTE, HEt'iii3i?'f Dentist, Stanford, Posl-Olf- ic low-A-s J. T. STTTTOIT. 1 - UNDERTAKER, 1 , 1 11 111 Blue-Gras- v f-- 1 Ulteu-hel- ROYAI 9 .J 1 v n- IIai-mim.- M.S.&J.W.Baughman, BARKER HOUSE, FEKI) &AKW3 POWDER Pure. jx-- n Somerset, Kentucky. Stanford, I ! first-clt- tt i bo-for- e llri-dlc- m. w. jomrsoisr, vxau rwrtuca, 1 I J.-l- v I first-clas- s 1 TO THE LADIES lin-- Farmers Bank&Trnst (tower-san- d i ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. 1 - srance Sempan, s I - j W. S. BTjnCHI, nt AS 11 1 Stanford, Kentucky. . "Wtullao E. Varnon, Stmi.orii, Kentucky. WrORTK WEST, 11 FIRST PRICE, o 11 - S200,00t Daily Trains 23,700 Stanford, son-so- riiE 1 RILEY o do-lig- THE ATLANTA . 111 isL-e- R. R. Noel & Son, 11 sh-ip- QUEEN AND CRESCENT Ac AU Kinds of Coal, Stanford, Hie-gin- s' l - Ky. Midland R'y, CIncInnnti nnd Franlcfort 1 w decor-at- NOMTMWEST ri I 1 I 1 G. B. COOPER, si-e- OnlylDJnlng'Car'Route From Vestlbuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For mapsjor any information, address E.H.BACO-tTRANK. J. REID, D. P. A., G. P. Agent, Louisville Chicago. ... TO CHICAGO. Etegant'Pullman about you when you wero nt tho university. Mr. Kent failed four years ago and died la.st March. Eleanor und her mother still live In the old house. They are very poor. Eleanor teaches music and sings at St Bride's. Mrs. Kent looks very old, but she sews beautifully and makes the prettiest things for the baby. Do come nnd xpend Christmas with us. The children aro dylnt, to nee you u'nd so am I und Will. Ever your loving sister, names are Mary, Alex he's named after father, of course Sam, Dic- k- after you and Eleutior, the baby. She's a littlo ungoll P. 8 Tho children' MAHV McCllAT. yus, I would not yield them for That dot" not hold uotm- memories of j ou. Exuhaugu. btlll though thuy cull tliu uilil war !. n.lno parndWe. Christmas Sons'. Why do bell. ChrUtmns ring? YYky do littlu children elngf Tho two men entered tho room softly, and Eleanor went on nugiug, unconscious of thoir presence: There is no hand clasp that you ever give That docs not live, though lovelm in its grave. old sweetheart, gazing intently ut hor lovely faco. An instant later and ho rr a ra. p. m. C 6 00 Lve Paris 9 05 6 37 C. H. Depot ... 1007 " Georgetown II to 10 640 6 58 Stamp'g Gro'd 10 s8 " 11 10 46 7 13 Kikhorn 7 jo Arr Frankfort A... 11 00 a. in. 4 40 p. m, Livery and. Feed Stable, 333 6 40 7 37 7 13 8 13 STANFORD, KY. Having bought of P. W Green his Livery but. iness and added new buggies and horses, we are prepared to furnish FIRST-CLAS- S Richard Jennings drew nearer to his Denver. lie SURE to call for I J MUNUN' Route, St. Paul. I hold her in his arms and imprinted a The street where Richard Jennings' ferrout kiss on her blushiug cheek. home was, where he was born, und Philadelphia Ledger. light Undo u muiiger'x cradle bright There a darling buby lay Pillowed soft upon thu hay, And Its mother pang and smiled, 'This is Christ, tho holy child." Therefore India for. Christmas ring; Therefore little children slug. Eugene Field in Chicago Herald, Guitly moved until Once a lotTly shilling htar bj !iepht rd from nfnr tt.s SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Georgetown 10 10 a. m; arrive Frankfort 11 00 a. ra. lave Frankfort 4 30 p. m. arrive Georgetown 3 17 p. m. inoeniucay iiuuuuu imhihij sou coouec Lions form the shortest and cheapest routs to all points South, Katt, North and West. Hor further information apply ts their agents C. D. BtHCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent.. GEO. Ii. UARPElt, Itec'r & Uen.Sup Fttnkfert Ky J TURNOUTS ..,.,., On ahort notice. The traveling public will fiad u ''r.V ,,adlr nd w"""e to turnith Drum-mer- t' Wagons, either single or double, or ages of ail kinds at very LOW PRICES, Carri. Th boys in and around town will also And us the pco. pie to deal with. Stop with us when in to courts aud entertainments and your horse and I hid will be well cared for. B- COOPKR 8. Myers House J3' Stable, Stanford, Ky. v. .,'ttl i?l VfaKMaMbtaK3BTT7sil iEMI-WEEKL- Y iNTERlORjOURNftL Great excitement among Ike chil- dren.) "And ho sn3-- that he will nrrive here at ten o'clock, coming down the chimney which you see before you. I must leave, you for awhile, ns I must keep vvntch outside; but you must nil be quiet nnd keep your seats, or Santa rinus may become jmgry, and refuse to s SrANFOHi), Kir., Dixtmiiku 20, 1895 W. P. WALTON. enter." Stockholders' Meeting. suing year. AmeHlngof the stockholder of thff National l!ok ot ilustonville will h be'd lit their banking home in llutionvllle the tecend 'luetday In January, igyA, hetwerr. r, and 13 o'clock a. Ill , for the puipotn of flection nine Dlrrctort to serve the enJ W. r ' ii i im -- 1 I lltHKhlt Caihlfr. Stockholders' Meeting A meeting of thi stockholders oflh l"irst National Ilink of Stsiilnt.1 will be held l their hank-in- s hoiiin the secoii I Tueidsy in January, iM, fer the purpose of electing eleven Directors for the ensuing year SS JOHN J. McROIiEKTB, C)iler. Stockholders' Meeting. A mffilnirof the stockholders of the Karmirs Hank and Truit Co. will lie held at their liaekinic home In Stanford the firsl Wednesday In January i5y5, for the piirpmn o( electing eleven Directors to nerve the entiling year. feg J. II. OWHLKY, Cashier. Lincoln Circuit Court. Stajc'a Admr , Tin . ajalnst Irue J' Stage and others Defis. Notice to Creditors of Alt persons having claim against the I). II Mjgg, deed , e notified to ptetent them to the undeingned properly proven at requlr d by law on or before thp lit day of January, tv6 K C WAUKKN, Mailer Com'r Li tic J n Ciriuit Court ss Pec. 14. i9JD. II en-aa-- All the nlrtvithlovp la laden, W'lirro tlio Yule Ings kIow ami flamo, Hopoful youth nnd trustful maiden Softly clinnt tlio MiiHter'H numo. Now, If thiro bonny nnd onen, Hid tliolr tearful eycabii dried. Now, If tlicro lie UioukIiUosh kIimI ones, Ho that Rlndiiens inirllled; Tor tlio bells of pcuco nro rlriKlnc. Chlnilnk' untliemM of the free. Knrth and Heaven Join tnslnKln Of tlio Klorles yet to lie. Book tlio liouclia, ho Krt'iii nnd fmKrnnt, Let tho iviixeii tapers dnneo. Here In hope for jirlnce, for vuKrnnt, Christ of every rircunintnncul I'llo tlio leaplnR fnKots higher, I .nt tho chltnncyHroar, Clash tho cymbals, twanK thp lyre, AtiKcls wait nt ev ry door. Boft tho Day of l'enre Is breaking; Uladdedt dny of all the year. And iiwect Plenty, want o'ertakltur, Spreads a feaat of love and cheer. wtdo-moutlie- d Ten o'clock was announced by the tall clock In tho adjoining room, and the mellow ehlnies of that ancient timepiece had scarcely died nway before the children heard other Hounds. Up overhead there was a violent scratching nnd tearing, as though n poorly shod reindeer was trying to climb the roof, and they distinctly heard the silvery tinkling of bells, and some of them believed that they could muke out the grinding of tho sleigh runners on the shingles. It was u moment of nwftil excitement; Johnnie Hell, who had never quailed in danger's stormy hour, did not try to conceal the cold perspiration that stood on his forehead; Amelia lirinim. whoso ip&tt '. i' J r7r-j'- V 1 mk. s iSrSfifft t"t iV&&$ " M V , m w ays wTIl Taugh "iv lien tTieyoTiglit To weep. When Mr. Hell wns recovered he leaned against the back of n chair he was too weuk for an attitude antl said: "Children, if you tell about thlsaround town, I'll hnve you all arrested and sent to tho penitentiary for life. And you, Johnnie, for that titter I'll mnko you saw a cord of green wood. I want you nil to go home and tell your parents that Santa Claus is the biggest hoax of the :0th century, and I'll guarantee every woid you say." Hy careful nursing Mr. Hell wns restored to his normal health in a few days, and his lirst act was to have tho old chimney taken down. One day In March Mr. Moon led his bride to the altar; beheld his head high nntl his eye sparkled. After the ceremony there was a dinner at Mr. Hell's residence, nntl Mr. Hell himself wns radiant wih good humor nnd hospitality. He called the young couple aside, and indulged in nn nttltude nntl a speech: "My beloved ones," he began, "the morning of life opens rndinnt to you; sunlight glimmers upon the wntcrs, t here are blue skies ov erhead. and er sufll-ciently, Great Display; of im HOLIDAY GOODS. All departments arc at the best. All respond with the greatest tractions of the year, which for at- -' Splendor & Low Prices I lave seldom if evnr been equalled. At the Louisville Store of Bargains may be had for Christmas giving.gjln J;sun. . ,'.yv'-i.ii- i AV VVJKate&Gfir vrx "S . .1 vi"a' mi&&''7 Wv.h VHr-iJH- IV ffl 'OtfOJLS jM Nrs- - Mt fflwr i -- ,lt ftja...5aj the robin redbreasts are twittering the ljoughs. Hut dark days of tempest and storm may come; rolling wnves may threaten your bark, and then remember that If you need n helping hand, j ou may call upon Iluftis Hell." Mr. Moon looked dreamily out of the on FOR SALE EXCHANGE ii xp j jhv7ibc 2S28Xwr r : fJoAlfyiDDT?. -- . .t v ?-- " -- Houir and Lot In ( rah Orchard, Ky Five rooms and kitchn, cellar, flower P't, 'table repair , a au other outhuildinga, all in Hist clan fiult treea well of never filllm; waitr all kind, of and imall Itiiili I.nt . onlaini about one aire Will srllcheap or exchange for imall farm in good neighborhood The plate is tented for n ," to Mr. HughNnirgrnt, who will iho ily place to any ene wlio ileairra tu look at It ror turthcr I. II M r.MIKS', Inloin.siUn address aoa N Limestone ("i , LcsingtBti, Ky I" S Centrally loettnl. ' t .i !?-"' XX -- 14lL - ' A - '' "'ia. 3 1 s. window. "May I nsk a favor of you now?" he nsked. A full line of Christmas "A hundred of them, mydenrboy." "Well, I see it's snowing, and there's Christmas gifts to give. enough on the ground to mnke sleigh- for Presents. ing. Will you lend us your reindeer and sled for nw bile?" S.mtu ClHUa' StiK'kliiEft. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Toys. The question of the hour is what Here are a few of the many articles suitable 1 - L ,ii t f in - 4 ilinii " P1 y' tin1 -- ..411 STANFORD FEMALE WILLIAM : COLLEGE. KY STANI'OHD. SIIKl.lON. I'rrsicVnt. MRS. NANNIE S rJAUfl.LY, Lady I'nnclpal. Mill Kmrna L. Manln, 1'etiding Teacher in tho SiudT Hall; Mill Mary Cowtn, I'rincipil ot the Muilc IK: lurtiurlit, t Mitt Mary I'. Harris. Principal ol the Art and Klocutlon. Depart-rneotao- Next Session wili;Bogin Wednesday, January 22. I'cr termt, Ac, arnd for Circular College k or call at the On i'onliif,' licforo ClirlHtnios, In tho yenr of (,'racr 1S04, Mr. IlufiiH l'.ell crriiteil n mllil Ki'iiantinii nt liln home by nrrlv'np with n tmrcvl of hut" dltnoiir-ioiiH- . Ho niatlc wiro that noiiis of tho chtltlren were ulxiut tho hou.no lieforo he ciitereil untl. when lie hiul rrtishr'il the throHholil he liiiinediiitely conceuled the mHtcrimiH bnntllo in a closet nntl locked the dooruon It. Mrs. Hell nt onee demanded an explanation, nnd her niece, Mlsa Koso Majne, necondcd the demand HtrotiRly; thereupon Mr. Hell Htruck the nttitudo M)inlar w ith cuiitlidntoH when they Buy and wild: "My "Indies, I am hut human, HiiitfulnrnH tlio statement may hcein; but 1 nm iietertheleHS a beltitf of Ideas and fcllow-conntryinen- ," " Splendid Farm For Sale Or Exchange. Con-taln- On pik twornilci East ol lluilonvillc a 140 Acres Land of Fine Land, Well Improved and In an excrllert neighborhood' for a (mailer or a Will Ilea well cheaper ptacr in thla or aav good county in the Main or wculd take a clean nock of giocrriei and haidvare io part paynirut tn toino live town, or will ic4l for part balance in fire )ear' lime er lungrr if vrtl'td. For iuitncr particular! cat) K. I). K KNN KIY on er addrew, lluilonvllle. Ky I) im h WHAT I The Great Enquirer ONLY r jou mtint have Htttdled juvenile human nnture. and joti must hino leen shocked by tho fact that children cease to indiexo in the pood old stories of Santa Claui and lilts reindeer almost as mmhi as they are able to t wnlk; In fact. I hnve heiud you uK)n this sad truth. What is Christmas to n child. if theehilddoesn't believe in Kantn Claus? Where are nil the romance nnd poetry of the My own children are skeptical when I tell them the charming legend of Kris Krlnple; I hnve undertaken to comlnco them that there is a Santa Claus; I hnre decided to let them see Hanta Clnua in pemnn." This announcement naturally pleased tho ladien; nnd their excitement una cnuto inteiife when Mr. Hell producctl n bundle from the closet nnd opened it. producing a lot of nucieut furs nntl a bearskiu hat thnt had probably been uncd by a drum major of tho town Imni: to l'nu the Indies he donned Fchool-tcacheeoni-nienoc-slo- tion," interrupted Mth. Hell. "Hose," continued Mr. Hell, serenely, tiirnei to tho younger lady, "iih n "We nro always ne(juirin(,' informa- lTltl'l t r SAM A CI.Al'S. SfitJ Panta Clans on Christmas eve, In Jolly, pood, fat cleo: courage was generally unswerving and "To jmlKe by all these ntocklncs here, They've turned the hosuon mo." iiticiiinpromisiiig. tried to stifle a shi iek, and only half succeeded. A Jiiit After the roof had been successfully Justice You are charged with tresascended, they heard a great iioIfo by passing on this gentleman's grounds the chimney, as though Santa hud just and with shooting frogs in his private rllghted, and then they heard him de- pond. scend the interior of the chimney; lowPrisoner Your honor, I was not acer and lower he came, until finally his countable for what 1 was doing. I hnd legs were in the room, and they kicked drunk several bottles of beer; In fnct, Ilia very human and prosaic way. After your honor (jocularly), I was in tho thej had kicked for awhile, nnd no more same condition as tho frogs. of the visitor's Inxly appeared, it beJustice How so? gun to flaw n upon everybody that Santa Prisoner I was full of hops. was in difllcultlcK. The children and Justice (sternly) Thirty days in the tdder v isltors sat staring at the legs jail nnd $100 fine, with the costs of for a few minutes, and then Mr. Moon, court. Judge. who was a nian for mi emergency, galMun'n lantly rushed to the rescue. He seized Wife He fore wo were married you Santa's ankles and pulled with all the used to write me letters eight and ten force of n pair of gymnasium-educatearms, but he didn't seem to make any pages long. Now, when you goawny, headway, for Santa yelled in n voice you just send me little notes of half a that sounded liken doleful cry from the page. Husband Urn my denr, I am er tomb thnt ho was being wedged in tighter than ever, and he implored the trying to economize on letter paper, company to do something for his relief. to as to have more money for my little Tho elders held a council of war. Mr. ducWic darling to spend. X. Y. WeeklHrewster mildly suggested that it ywould be a good plan to send in a lire Ilotxon a Cholrc nlarm, but his wife crushed him with n "Oh, I am single from choice," said she In a low nnd winning- - voice. look, nntl said that the only way she savagely at the saw was to take the bricks out of the Hut she glaredasked speaker her: "Prom whoso When he chimney; nntl shendded: "This comes choice?" Judge. of n man trying to act the fool when he ought to bo thinking of the world to JiOW IIU MAONIFIKS HIMSELF. etiine." nnd groaned Snntn Mennwhlle Kelf-Sttrrtll- Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Silk and "Worsted Mufflers, Collars and Cuffs, Cloves, Shirts, Underwear, CLOAKS -- &- CAPES, Suits, Overcoats, Ladies and Men's Fine Shoes, Hats, Caps, Pants, Fine Mackintoshes, Etc. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STANFORD, KT., A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenceburg, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. d PayiYour Subscription The (2tuen it Crescent lionte will, make half rates from all points on its line to my point within a iliPtRiice of, 5, oOOnitleH. Tickets on pb!b 0 i!. 22-2- shrieked In n chimney, and protested that if he wasn't soon released ho would be n corpse. Mrs, Hell was fainting comfortably in her nrmebnir, nnd moat of the children hnil vanished. Itwns then that Miss nuxoapproHohrdMr. Moon, wringing her hnnds and weeping beoutif till "Mr. Mixin." she cried, "vou nee the sulTVringi of my uncle, and you utaud here idle. Can on not rescue him?" "Mlivs Hose," snd the intrepid younir limn. "I can grt him out of thnt in flv. minutes; It rests with you whether I fearful manner In the m M. rrvi'&vh ms jh CINCINNATI nnd Jannarj 1. Tlieee tick- -' A?k voir. ets Rr uooil until Jan. 3rd. HRnt for inll parlirn'arn. Hnd 29 31 Twice - A - Week Gazette, (Formerly The Weekly hen he had resumed bis ordinary raiment, "I don't think it quire fair to reserve this entertainment for our own children eselushly, so I hnvc invited n few good Utile bovsnnd (rlrl8 of the neijrhlkrhood; and Mr. nnd sending two yearly Mrs. Hrewster will be hete, and ymmq-MrAnd any one Moon; I hnve let them into the sesubscribers at 50 cts. each, gets a cret. You will tell thechilihen to hang their hosiery in tho north room, and inCopy One Year. form them that you have reason to believe that they may see Santa Claus if paper and 9 long col- they sit up and keep perfectly still; at An the proper time I'll nscend the roof anil umns to a page, makes it the slide down the chimney; It is just large And 1 guess enough for the purpos that's all." Size ! During the balance, of the evening, until nine o'clock-- , there was a great in deal of active preparation in progress in tho Hell mansion; the north room was of chairs Always Most Reliable for Facts, tidied, nnd n placed for the expected guests, who beand Markets. Truth gan to arrive nt the stipulated time. Mr. Hell was In n flno frenzy of exciteBEST ment; ho declared to his wife, In a whisper, that be felt liko a boy again, Family Newspaper in United States nnd she replied that she was ten years younger than she was before, he unfor News, Intelligence, Fashions, folded his delicious scheme. ly half-panine nil the guests, large mid small, Household, General Miscellaneous were in their places; Mr. Moon, n young Reading Matter, Stories, etc. man who had been studying law for ten years, and who hoped noon to bo admitted to the bar, sat next to Miss Ittiso, PAY TO AGENTS tipon whoso hnnd ho had serious designs, and his elTorts to appear at ease Double that of other papers. An were amusing and instructive; Mr. excellent opportunity for those out Hrewster, who was small and timid looking, nestled beside, his wife, who of employment to make money. was massive mid had n bass voice; siTry it. Samples free. Address, lence brooded over the throng until Mr. Hell, who was given to speeches, went into nnothor nttltude, nnd stud: ENQUIRER COMPANY, "Children, I have heard that you don't believe there Is a Santa. Claus? CINCINNATI, O. You have formed tho unworthy idea that your parents nnd friends fill j our stockings on Christmas eve, nnd that good old Santa is n myth. Iv'ow, I have hero a letter from Santa. ".Now 50 CTS. A YEAR ? bis eoMunie ol onep, nnd Uiey voted San to Clnus, ns he him u eer-tni- 2? L X- i nl vvuh. ." he said, m. .f irarcvir A Zftmxm jt -- - Jf.mmm? p&mh - ft: m sir , iii,:crtw 7'fc:SMftF) YES! Sat5r' little man never looks so big to the worltl as when he is standing in a bag of money. Ham's Horn. IIU I'olut of View. Old Dr. Grlmshaw (to medical stu- . ular price, Si, 50 per copy, the prctit on which would rrpav him for tho great amount of labor and money expended 111 producing it, he would Ak this distribute the next hall million free numbtrof copies ha already bien sold, hei now t'lvlns away, absolutely free, joo.ooo copies of this molt complete, interesting nnd valuablr common sersc medical work ever published the re cipient only being required to mail to him, at stamps, to cover coat aboc addrcs, 31 ot mailing onlv. and the book w ill be sent posteriulile luedUnl lihriiry, comi-letpaid it in ne volumn Contains 1008 paj;e, profutely ilTho Kree I'd It Ion is precisely the lustrated same an that sold at ti.50 excep that tte tools sre in strong manllla taper covers instead of cl th. Send now before ill are gn en away. ont-cent When Dr It. V. 1'iercc, Huflalo, N. V.. nubluh rd the tint coition of hit ureal work, I lie l'eqplp's Common Sense Mrilicnl Adviser, ho annnunred thnt after 680,001 copio had been oM at the rtg The Greatest Family Newspaper of the Ohio Valley. 6,6,6 Columns cf Hcjding Matter in a Year ALL FOR $1. on ia e Six Months For 50o. Issued Tuesday and Kriday mcrning of each week in time t reach readers on day of publication. Full ma k:tar.d tuegrapb reports and all the news of the day make it as valuable as a dally newspaper fer thi.se das iiotinciKropuiR Itt h'Mtnon. Free Largest in Cheapest Price! semi-clrel- o THE st JIrs Robert Ixiuis Stovensou says that dent) And now, remember that to n housekcopuiK in Samoa was not bo iilyl-li- o to physician humanity is divided into two as it linlit Mfiu. Ilor supplies eamo clnsses. from Now Zealand or Australia onco n Student And what nro they, doctor? month, so that if sho wanted a bottlo of THE CINCINNATI Old Dr. Orimshaw Tho poor whom bluing or a bag of flour, for iustauco, bo curts nnd tho rich whom ho doctors. bho had to send half across tho Pacific to CItOVVDb.1) ADOVT Mil. IltLI t:Vi:itY1101)V X. Y. World. got it. Tho nntivo diet Avas all woll enough for a few weeks, but as it shnll do it or not. The last time I proDAILY AND SUNDAY. vo of fruit and fish it almost you refused me, as usual. family phvalciau to be away from home. Such posed to you, If you'll pronise to marry me, I'll rescue wi the eapvnrnceot Mr J. Y Schenck, editor began to pall on European palates. Now furnished by Dealers in Citiea Caddo, your uncle; if you won't, I leave this of thetwo yeaia Ind., Ter , Hannrr. when hit alittlev Housekeeping in this South Sea paradise outside of Cincinnati and and Suburbs,and Towns, at girl, ol age wai threatened with town forever nnd your undo in the ere attack of croup. He i ays "My wife mint- (of romances) had other drawbacks, par'or the doctor, but as our family phychimney. Ills kicks are grow ing feeble ed thatwa goout of town I purchased a bottle of ticularly in tho matter of oxpeuso, sician nnd labored; I don't think he can last Chamberlain's Cough Itemodv, which relieved which was fully six or sovea times as 3 Cts DAILY, will cot be without it in the great, Airs. Stevenson says, as living ou her immediately. more than three minutes." 5 Cts SUNDAY, or future.1' a corresponding scalo in San Francisco. Tho young lady leveled a glance of 20 Cts A WEEK, For ai'e at o centi per bottle by Craig & Mock- As for society, "there's more of it to tho Hcorn at him thnt should have withered er, Htantord Ky. any other bqnaro inch in Samoa than iu him, but ho stood firm. He felt that Tho Commercial Gazette is thp only Morning manager the State Ho his whole future was nt stake, nntl re- tt)Major C, T I'icton U which theoftraveling men place I know," bays Mrs. Stevenson, but Republican Newspaper published in English at at Dcnuon, Texas largely of tho living Cincinnati. flected that nil's fair In lovo and war. say Is one of the best hotels in that section. In it appears to bo Address and There was a stern, cold silence for u speakirg of Chimberlaln's l'ic Colic, Cholera have picturo kind. ton gays: "I iJU'rhoea Rrmedy Major minute or two. Mennwhilo tho vibra- used it ayself and in my famiiy for several years, The Commercial Gazette Co., I consider an Tho Discovery Saved Hla UU. tions of Santa's legs became desultory and tke pleasure in laying thatdysentry. Iit alCincinnati, U infathbloQirc torillarhocannd Mr. G Colliouette, druggist. Heave tsvillo 111., ayvassa and spasmodic, and his niutUcd groans ways recomrreml It, ami have freij- vntly adminisMvaM i I owe inj"To Ur. tered It to my guests in the hotel, and ni every says. W taken King's laNew Discovery betokened extreme exhaustion. grippe ami tried all the with ure. case it nas "Wretch!" cried the young lady, tit dorsement. proven itself worthyof unqualified en- physiciins fir miles about, but of no avail ami TABLER'S was (liven up and told I could not live. Having Fer sale by Craig .V Hooker, Stanford, Ky. last, "rescue my uncle! You shall have sent for Dr. King's New Discovery in my store, the reward j on ask." hmtlc 2nd heiran its uso and from the fust dese BUCK EYE began tu get better and after uing three bottles Tho wretch bowed with noble grace Buclclln'a Arnica Snlvo. was op and about ajraln. It is woith its weight in untl a moment later was on the roof, The best salve in the world for cuts, bru.'vess with a rope in his hand; he letthoropo sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap- Get a free trial at W. II. McRobcrts1 dru stort. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions Commercial Gazette, con-biste- d ie-- 1 1 1 - j vu-su- ra 1 fur-clothe- d down tho chimney, ami called to Snntn It positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is to give satisfaction Curo for Hoadacho. Claus to grasp It and hnng on. Santa guaranteed Prtcn perfectper box For or money refunded. sale by jj cents At a remedy for all forms 01 Headache Electric did bo, and tolled upvvnrd whllo Mr. W. II. Mc Roberta, druggist. E.'uers ban proved to be the very.best. It effects Moon pu!!ul; after 15 minutes of disiHTtnanent cure and the most dreaded habitual tressing work, Santa emerged from tho flThe wife of Mr D. Robunon, a prominent lum- sick headache yields to its influence. We urge are afflicted to procure a bottle and give of Hertwick, N ji sick of chimney, n poor, battered etligy of him- berman, for five months. Y.. speaking with itrheu. all who this remedy a fair trial. In cases ol habitual conmatism In says. Chamberlain's I'ain Halm is thr stipation Klectrlc Hitter cures by giving the Mr. Moon nsslsted him to the self. only thing that gave her any rest from pain. For needed tone to the bowels and few cases long ground and into tho house, where tho the relief of pain it cannot be beat." Many very theuseol this mediclm. Tryltor.ce, Large tollies onlv o cents at A. K. Penny! Drug Storo. children and tho other guests crowded bad cases of rheumatism have been cured by it. For sale by Craig & Hockcr, Stauford, Ky. about hlflj rxQillttiiirlmdj for children al- re-b- OINTiENT iCURES NOTHING BUT PILES' A I BEST REMEDY for PILES. HOI.lF 11Y rmiMicTSICHASTSCH SURE and CERTAIN CURE known inr IS voars as tho AM IIKVOOISTH. CO.. WED st C7. LOUIS. M&mn iiiwiw I semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 20, 1895 Secretary Cahlislk's report to Con- ADDITIONAL LOCAL Stanford. Ky., Decemuer W. P. WALTON. i :i I . The sensation of the hour is President Cleveland's message to Congress on the Venezuelan question, which reaffirms the Tun wbatnnr has been os warm as Monroe docttine that no foreign power Spring turn for savvm dHya and but for shnll obtain further foothold upon thi3 high winds would tiave been greatly continent and gives the unsatisfactory enjoyed. tti Mtti colder Friday waB of a correspondence with the British the forecast ynntenUv. government with reference to its seizure Tuk train wrecker lo'ce forgot to let of territory, which appears to properly down tne boom of its derrick the other belonging to Venezuela. The British day and it caught on the Brodhead government has refused this governbridge, thro ung it out of position. Pasment's friendly overtures in settling tho senger trains hd to go via the K. O. and boundary question by impartial arbitra Richmond I ranch tilt it whs fixed. tion and the president says that the courso to be pursued by this government Tuk young ladiea were busily engaged in view of the preeent condition does not last evening in decoratiug the opera appear to admit of serious doubt. Nothovergreons Hos. R. O. Wakrb.v will likely he a house with holly and other ing remains but to accept tho situation, for tho birthday party this evening. Evtt recognize ita plain requirements and candidate for delegate to the national erybody is invited to come and bring deal with it accordingly. To this end he democratic convention from this district, as ininyjMntiiea an bo ia old. Ttiere is flaggests that Congress shall authorize an and if solid worth counts for anything in no charge for admission. appropriation for a commission which these degenerato days he will be chosen London bidder fo- - mail contracts are shall make the necessary examination without a struggle. Ho would be a credit to the district and his selection would usually very tucossful in getting them. and report without delay. "When such E. A. Chilton was awarded the regulareport is made and accepted," says the gratify hosts of friends here and president, "it will, in my opinion, bo the tion wagon mail service ill Louisville, Lexington and Paducih at ili.090, $1,0S0 duty of the United States to resist by evNEWSY NOTES. ery means in its power as a willful agand 5977 respectively. W. B. Catching gression upon its righto and interests the December 26 has been designated as was awarded the service for Knoxville, appropriation by Great Britain ot any Negro Day at the Atlanta exposition. Tenn.; Montgomery, Ala., aud Jackson, Miss Mary Waakora gave birth to a Miss , and other Southern cities. The lands or the exercise of governmental thousands of horseback routes will not jurisdiction over any territory which, af- 14 pound boy on a train near Carey, O. Capt. Isaac Bassett, for G4 years an bo opened until some time this week. ter investigation, we .havo determined of right belong to Venezuola. In making employe of the United States Senate, is It is a very sorry, not to say dishonest these recommendations I am fully alive dead. man, wtio knowing ids indebtedness and to the responsibility incurred aud beonly Un9 thousand men with a caravan will pay no at realize all tho consequences that mRy en route from Eldoma were killed by the justice of the claim, tention to a polite request for payment. follow." These are words with the bark natives. yet there are thousands of just euch on them and when they were read in the Levi Benny, a farmer, near Idaville, Ana creatures in th world. Wo sent out sleepy old; Senate the members so far Ind., was ground to pieces in a corn scores of Buch requests several weeks ago forgot themstdves in tho enthusiasm of ehncker. the moment that they actually applaudNelson Drigs, at one time tho most and only three persons had the instincts ed, while the scene in the House even notorious counterfeiter in America, is of the gentleman sufficiently developed to ansver. We are preparing a list of more pronouncedly showed that the dead at Dayton, O. those who persistently refuse to pay and president bnd.'struck a popular chord and Senator Hill offered a resolution in tha followingiday it paesed unanimously a the Senate to repeal the dieabilities on shall shortly, after fair warning is given, and they do not come to time, publish it bill authorizing the president to appoint Confederate soldiers. and the amounts. We are tired of being a Venezuelan commission and appropriaCoonoy Thomas, an undertaker at ting $ 100,000 for expenses, while various Greenville, O., committed suicide by trifled nith. bills were introduced directing the pres drinking embalming fluid. Hkld Ovkb. There seems to have ident to strengthen the military power cf John Foley, weighing 500 pounds, been more in the case of F. P. Bishop the United States by adding 1,000,000 in- died in a New York hospital from the for shooting the negro, Tom Kendrick, fantry rilles. 1,000 guns for field ar- effects of a protracted spree. than we reported -- at least after two exceeding 5,000 not tillery, and An East Indian was burned to death davs' trial, Justice W. L. Dawson held guns for lortincation. bnouiu the and several others injured by a small him in $200 bond to circuit court commission report in favor of the fire at the Atlanta exposition. for malicious Bhooting. The case ro- claims of Venezuela nothing would Frank Allison, of Higginsville, Ind., solved itself into a questin of veracremain for this country to do but fight or shot himself to death when an officer ity between the negro and four witback down a'nd if the present feeling con- went to arrest him for rape. nesses of his color and Mr. Bishop. Mr. Alabama will erect a large cotton Robert Harding assisted J. B. Paxton in tinues the latter will be out of the question. War between the two great Eng factory on the State's convict farm and the prosecution and Messrs. Hill k FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. lish speaking countries would be n ca- operate it with convict labor. and Thomas M. Owsley defend-ed- . I lave we any t lamity great and far reaching, but if the The Knoxyille, Cumberland Gap A good many lady friends of Mr. F. K. Tribble sold to Montie Fox 15' honor of the nation is involved we can and Louisville railroad has been taken Bishop attended the trial. hogs at 3c. not afford to do otherwise than maintain from the hands of the receiver. B. W. Gaines. Jr., Bold to Columbus DEATH'S DOINCS. Seymour Floyd and Miss Martha it. Peace with honor and war only after Bishop 34 hogs at S3 10. all friendly overtures have failed, should Smith, both of this county, wero married Mrs. Joseph Surber, mother of Mr. Josiah Bishop sold to Jerry BriEcoe be our motto. But if we havo to fight at the bride's home yesterday. W. O. Surber, of Junction City, died at IS 775 pound cattle at 3(c. we can present a solid front with the Deputy Sheriff William Day was fa her homo at Bradfordsville, Wednesday -- M. S. Baughman sold to S. O. CarSouth vieing with the North in ita sup- tally wounded by his revolver dropping aged 51. She had been a long sutlerer penter -- S cotton mules at 155 port of tho common country and then from his pocnet atSalyersville. from lung trouble. JohuF. O.sh sold to Montie Fox 11 Of course we have. We arc right in the push with Charles Burton, a drunken negro "d d be he who first cries hold enough." An infant of Rev. G. O. and Mrs cattle averaging IjOO pounds at 4c. The message has received the highest shot two men to death witbpnt cause at Mary Smith died yesterday of pneumon John R. Gentry, '2:03J, is entered in praiso everywhere, increasing the love Montgomery, A!., and escaped. ia at Rowland and will bu buried this Fasig'a combination sale in February. and reject of the president's friends and The Walter A. Wood Co., has been morning fAit a short service by Rev. A. B. G Gover aold to R. G. Kvann. of compelling the admiration of bis ene- placod in tho hands of two receivers V. S zmor.-- . The little fellow WH3 nam Danville, 15 1,000 pound cattle at 3 3(1. mies. There is uo;Jiuco!sm about it; it who had to give $2,2o0,000 surety. ed Virgil A fmzo aud had alwayH been ia American in tone and patriotic in sen Jamrs P. Harper bought of Jts P. Treasurer Hale estimates that the weakly. For the Ho!itlas we have a nice assortment of Rifle a pair of extra good mare mules at In Lincoln county. timent, and the sentences show an ab deficit in the Kentucky treasury Janua Mr. Hira n M Johnson died at hia aence of stage .'play and a serious earn- ry 1 next will not be over $250,000. ?150 homo near Milledgevillo Wedneadaj Mr. K. P. Woods only got Jc for his estness that befite the subject. Ho depMrs. George Howell, of Brazil, Ind , night of paralys , with which ho was recates warfaud in fully nhve to itagrinv-o- ai fell on n hot stove during a fainting epell struck the day after the election. Ho two loads of 1,550 lb. chUIo in Chicago, results.Jbut he adds and all the peo- and had both of her eyea burned out. ars at IlustonvillH to vote the straight which is equal to but 31c at home. o ple say "Ambc:'' "Tbero is no calamity Greenberry Bright sold to Mn Miles P. Mitchell, a wealthy citizen democratic ticket, as wsb always his cus Broaddus SCO acrea of land adjoining which a great nation can invite which of Jackson, Tenu.. was shot to death Rnd tom, and that night went to Djinvillo to that which follows a supine sub- robbed of JS00 while he was out in his hear ttie neAVB. He got chilled going the farm on which Mrs. Broaddns resides S 13.25 mission to wrocg and injustice, and the stable. home and complained of feeling badly. at Poweli & Harper, of th West Knd, CODB'.quent lom of National There are now two republican judg- Next day ho was prostrated never to rise and honor beneath which is shielded es in tho court of appeal-- , George Pu- - again, as the result shows Though al- bought of S. M Owojib, a pair of Hanging-Lamp- s maro mules for f.'UO and a couand defended a people's pafoty and great- Relle, of Louisville, having succeeded ways a mobt exctllent man and a eplnn-di- d ple of burst a at SCO each ness." Tiio document will rank among Judge Eastin. citizen, Mr. Johnson mad.) no proThere is a demand for mules fo the the greatest State papers as the autiior Henderson Bush, a Perry county fession of religion until receutlv, when now and always will rank among the housebreaker, was pardotied by Gov. he made tho good confession to Rev. J. Southern markets and buyers are expergreatoH men this country has ever pro-t- u Bradley on the ground that he is dying S Kendrick and received the ordinance iencing some tiouble in getting the numed. ber and kind they want. of consumption. of tho church. He married Miss Mary O. T. Wells took a car load of mules Thore are 990 retail liquor dealers in CentreB, of North Carolina, and she with Gov. Bhown'b administration was a tho State ot Maine, according to internal hia aged mother and widowed eister, to Abbeville, Ala , about two weeks ago failure afterj all..,. He failed to please .We call your attention to our stock of. Walton, of the Intkiuoh Journal, and revenue statistics just issued. Maine is who lived with him, are left to suffcr a and nfter remaining there four dajB eold the lot nt JS0. Richmond PaiitHgruph. O'Sullivan, of the Critic Frankfort Cap a prohibition State. loss which is grievous to be borne. BeLate reports show that over 1,000 sides a nice 100 acre farm, Mr. Johnson Eitiiw. Brown mare, with utiir ital. With no nxea to grind and having pople were literally hacked to pieces by left other property and a policy of ?2,000 neck, about V y ea is old, came to my no need to court favors of anyone, as The American in the Knignteof Honor. His will mu'do plate 10 dayB ago. Owner can get her does our amiablejcontemporary, the two tho Turks at Ciejarea. by paying for this notice and feed bill. mission was untouched. referred to, are.iu position to tell the a few days ago makes Mr. I. Shelby lev- Carving Sots, Coal Vases, Fire Sets. &c Kruest Pettibone, foreman of bridge is executor. The funeral sermon will be E. M. Lawson. no matter who it hurts and hew to truth Bronaugh & Hcrnn bought of David the lino no matter where the chips may builders, living at Ludlow, Ky., fell off preached by Rav. Kendrick at his late fall. No administration or anything else a bridge Into the river, a distance of 90 residenco and then the remains Thompson eight eleers averrging 1,050 pounds at $35. These gentlemen now feet, but was only BlightlyiDJured. at Frankfort ia anything but a glittering will ba brought to Buffalo Cemetery for havo 145 cattle on slop at W. II. Traylor'a Postmaster Gouoral Wilson has ac- interment. auccesa in the eyes of Bro. Willis. and J. W. Jameb' distilleties. cepted tho invitation of the faculty of CHURCH AFFAIRS. Col. J. "W. Uapkhton, of Richmond, Vanderhilt University at Nashville to J. Walker GivenB writes from Lexington, Miss., that he has about sold out an elegant gentleman and a true repub- deliver the commencraent address in Call and sec us. Polite attention to all.We are in receipt of a private letter lican, has yielded to the solicitation! of 1S90. his stock and done fairly well, though from that good old soldier of the cross, Skinny Kelly, leader of the pickis (boded with Western his friends and become a candidate for Rov. T. J. Godhey, of Taylorsville, which tho country delegate to the National convention from pockets who operated at Frankfort at we aro very proud of. horses, being sold at auction almost evthis district, and if the party U wise it tho inauguration, was held over in $1,000 Rev. S O. Smith, pastor of a Meth- ery day at from $10 to $50. The outlook, will choose him, He and Hon. John W. bond. He is the man that was knocked odist church at Pikeville, has skipped. he thinks, is improving all the time. CotYerkea would maka a splendid pair and down by Gov. Bradley. Ho was accused by hia congregation of ton is worth 7J and a fair crop mada in NEW AUVKiniHkMKNTK The Pennsylvania employs 47,000 conduct unbecoming a minister. this section; it brings lotn of money in as two are to be chosen, better selections could not be made. Col. Oaperton's raan, and paya out annually to them AlOST IN QUANTITY. K. B. Cuae, who recently re&igned the country. BEOT IN QUALITY. 3 home papm speak in the highest praife 530,000,000; tho Panhandle lines employ as pastor of tne Christian church at President Milton II. Smith, of tho of him, as do air who know his sterling 8,000 men, and the wages paid annually Mavsville, has boon admitted to practice j. qualities. are S8.000.000; the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne Louisville and Nashville, is mentioned Ho thinks law at the Moynvillo bar. presidency Scott county is in the tbroeu of a pro- ami unicago employe 10.000 men, and his now vocation will b more profitable. for the having beenof the B. & O., O. F. All onlcri for Coal left at Ciaig llockcr'j drug Mayer removed. itoro will be piompny unci anu apiirtctalea by everybody who has paya them annually $0,300,000. hibition election and Seven men wore killeil and three inNOKI. & hO.V, Gov. Bradley ia urged Public sontiment in tho United by he vera will feel sorry for her. experienced one WHITE'S CREAM States has expressed with remarkable jured by tho explohiou of a steam pipo lawyers to recommend the creation of a Mrs. C. S. Nield and that old Methoditt on the American liner St. Paul, at tier commission to assist the court of force and unanimity ita support of. the oppeals, dock in New York. preacher Young, who surprised our peopresident's position toward Great Britin order that it may clear its docket. press of Europe makes interestThe ple bo greatly during the last campaign FOR YEARS The republicans of, tho house have ain on the Ventzuelan matter. Purty ing comments on tho .attitude of the against whisky by hla effectivo arguHas fod all WORM Romorilna. lines have been forgotten in the desire to United States on the Venezuelan afiair. carried out their programme for g EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED J ments, are miking war on the "rum saltowland containing 104 The British press generally attempts to The the election committee into threr, Acrea. Redrmcr place at frame dwellipgaud Hood aud the prospect is that they present a united front and there are few make light of the Bltuatlon, treating tho 8UI.U MY AM. imUUUISTS. loons" must go after next Saturday, wheu the who do not join in the chorus of ap- president's message as purely a political so that the work of unseating democrats once. outbuilding!. J. lWeiilon given given at nittuiinfiotMKiiiuMi r6., bt. locis. OWSLEY, JH. Asent. S. may be carried on more rapidly proval. Stanford, Ky. election will be hold. 84 at move. re-su- it gress shows that the deficit for tho year amounted to $42,805,223, but estimates by June 30, 1897, there will be a surplus of $7,000,000, under tho operations of the Wilson bill, so the republican Congress will havo no oxcuao to increase taxation He presents inn clear manner the difii culties which surround him by the withdrawal of gold from the reserve and joins the president in recommending that the greenbacks be retired, which can bo most successfully accomplished by authorizing the secretary of the treasury to issue from time to time bonds payable in notes hairing interest at a rate not exceeding 3 per cent, per annum and having a long time to run, and to exchange tho bonds for United States notes and treasury notes upon such terms as may be most ad van tigeoua to tho government, or to sell them abroad for gild whenever, in his judgment, it is advisable to do so, and use the gold thus obtained in redeeming the outstanding noteH. Don't buy your Onriatms goods until you visit Craig & Hooker's cash house." For Rknt. Most desirable store-roo- m in town for rent. Cash trade already tiblished. Dr W X. Craig. ei- - PENNY'S DRUG STORE. no fti Sam Mykhs, a well fenowti colored roan who lived here until recently, died this week at Oorhni of throat trouble. D TO LOOK FURTHER. PPTfPg LOW And will be sold the same way. Our stock was bought at tlso-wher- e. "We have a line of Goods at 25c, 50c, $1, $2, $3, $5 and upwards that would formerly have cost you double the money. In BOOKS especially are We Sure to Please You. Solid Gold, Sterling1 Silver and Plated Goods and in fact EVERYTHING Id the lne ol the Jemeler At Ruinously Low Prices. PENNY'S DRUG & JEWELRY STORE. ta 100-poun- d XMASJMDS ! THEL ARGEST STOCK Bet-ti- Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Child's Sets, Water Sets, eq-ial- eelf-n-spe- tive-yoar-u- ld Decorated Plates, Cups and Saucers, Pitchers, &c, &c. $1.25 to $6. Stand Lamps with Decorated Bowls & Shades $1.50. Pocket and Table Cutlery to-d- ay Candies, Fruits and Nats by the Wholesale. - HIGGINS & McKINNEY. COAI FOB, HEITT. two-ttor- y VERMIFUGE 20 aubdi-vidin- ueccs-aar- h .Ulrk. iw. ;iv, v LJU It. t 'A ''toMll1ll l &mi-Weeki- .y Interior Journal 120, 181)5 Stanford, Kt., Df.cemheu You want n fancy bit of Ohlna ? Got, Now don't fail to read Dunks', the Jew" it from Dankp. eler, bljj ad. - 0 . Hkkoki: purcliHuiiiK winter wraps ob PicicRKs. Rowland for cheap. first- tain priced nt y tianka' . class photos, fl per dozen until Januaiy CiiAMiRititiKH, celory unci turknyn ut 1, 18U0. Cordier. m m m m m I AJ$ vr" STERLING fas'-- V S n The stock in bolwj closud on t. forka or t epoouh? UniiHiiilicr Onk thousand pounds of candy for Roes reduced jiricen. A bumittful nolection ol Xmau, the best made. Higgina v .Mc- rlnnH too. (Jomo hikI iook thfin ovr. Kinney. l'unny'a Druir uml Jt'wHrv "tore. . Courtesy, line stock and low prices that'a what sella our goods. D.mks, the PERSnHAi POINTS. A McKinmiy'H. IIbmumiisii, boys, that if you want a E. C. Walton, Business Manager HiRltia . tailor made suit you can get the beet and Clothing at about cost at Shanks'. Shanks'. IYER NOVELTIES ! quickest service at gilt Don't you meiUoii)o kul vi-8- , Want to make somebody a Christmas ? liny ono of those beautiful pastel pictures at Severance ASonV; large OSc, " small 18c. ... Nail Files, Cuticle Knives, Tooth Brushes, Paper Knives, Hair Curlers, Glove and Button Hooks, Lock Bracelets, Book Marks, Watch Safes, Garters, Belts, Manicure Sets, Sleeve Holders, Pen Wipers, Coat and Hat Marks, etc., etc, Mhh.O. G. WinkIb vory ill with ty phoid flux. Mho. J. 8. Uvsm.KY returned from Springfield jt'PtirdHy. Miuj.Maky Wahhimj lelt yesterday to vinlt Iut nicre In Ualenn, Kbiibbh. Krii I'knni.nuton and Miko 0.fluy aro up from lloett Academy to spend Uttriatmas. Mh. J. I). WhAHKN, Hisent for tin "Queen," linn our thanks for a Uro and nice calendar. Mh. A. M. FaYK.of Huntonvillt', was painfully hurt a few d)B bo by a borne falling with him. MihsCi.aha Mkhhiios, of Stanford, i viaitin her con oil), MIbh Annie Munition. Itlclunond Climax. MlSSKfl llKKTHA Jeweler. Ot'Ji accounts are now ready and we shall expect every man to do his duty Outi prices are Ioaht than anyboily'p. and that la to pay promptly and mnko Cost or otherwise. See for yourat'lf. no delay. Hughes & Tate. Dinks, the Jeweler. Mita. Kuz Gbntky, tho aged mother Da.nks. the JewMler, ih doing rushof George W. Gentry, tho colored lawing busineEH, the line stock and low priyer, died Wednesday night of canceraud ces being trHde winners. n complication of other diseases. m Ladiks' Mackintoshes of double textI iiavk received from tho South, a ure, waterproof, odorless and durable at shipment of long leaf yellow pine il )or the correct prices at Shanks'. ing, and ceiling, and will make prices a Ladies' fascinator and tioys' capB various colors, qualities and prices. W. II. Slmnks. Thk young men hove decided to givo a hop at Walton's Opera House Thursday night, L'Oth. Deckelmau'H orchestra will in furnisii the music. Sterling Silver Tableware Butler Knives, Sugar Shells, Tea Spoons, Table Spoons, Soup and Cream Ladles, Berry Spoons, Napkin Rings, Fancy Sets, etc. Has the finest assortment of Watches and rich Jewelry in this vicinity and we have made the prices cially LOW for Xmas. We can't fail to please you. For the Holidays we will sell Da Vfr ESC CS spe- AM) KlIMA MoilBR, lluntonvillp, wre here yesterday buying ChriotuuR prrectita. Mn. A. M. CHOokK, ofAltamont, is down to Bee her Imelmml, who in at tbo Joseph Price Hoipltnl. Mita. K. G. Wallkk and children left Ttuedny to live at Ibnnon Junction, as Thk president's message does not read lower than haa ever been ollsred here. bit too warlike for our young follows A. 0. Sine. and the old ones nre mightily pleased Nici: rocking chairs, tea tables, centre of with it. m it Buita Mr. Waller'H run better. Mh. II. V. GAi.vkM bus rented MIpb 0. Mary Viiriion'o propprtyon Danville Av Ik you need anything in winter goods enue mill will move thither New Year's Kkmkmiikh our closing s.tle is still in it will pay you to consult Severance & 1)hh returned Nicbol Ladies' and Misses' sizes and they are beauties. A rich assortment of Mn. K. J. Foi.ky full blunt and we are crowded all day. oavllle, where ho went to Beo bin father, So if you secure any of our bargains you Son's prices. They will move Jan. 1st and from now till then will offer winter who haa pnoumonia, but who is improv- must come at once. Hughes t Tate. floods at greatly reduced prices. ing Mih. Maiiy Ann Dawkon is down with Thkuk never was such a dearth in Thk bottom has fallen out of prices at an attack of heart trouble and tier chil- amusements here. Not a single show is Shu is 73 years booked for Waltnn'n Opera House during Shanks' on capes nnd jacket- which ate The finest in the land. See our Babies' Dress Sets, Rings, gold lined Caps, Knivse, Fork and Spoon dren fear forlorn result. qualiyearn old. the holidays and nothing is talked of be- of the latest styles and the beet of bets, .Napkin Holders, Neck Chains, etc.. ties. See them and price them and you Mn. Ki I. Owens was hern this week ing given there but a bop. " will certainly buy them. tolling everybinly about that new CorxTiiY I'lioniTE. Mr. it. F. Dusen-berr- y, boy of his that he haa named Comb and buy some of our home made of Huntington, W. Va.. is here to Cake Plates, Salads, Candelabrum, A. D. Coffees, Photo Frames, Cheese Dishes, .Brush Trays, Dresser Grant Cook. buy all kinds of country produce. Deliv- comforts, blankets, table sets, portierre", Mn. K.;W. Ln.i.AHi) arrived yesterday Sets, Dresden Lamps, etc. lace curtains, towels, napkins, handkerto spend the holidays here. Mira Sadie er at Mack B Mice's stable nnd get cash chiefs, clothing or something useful ior Kgga especially wanted. LHInrd, bin daughter, will bo down from for it. your friends for Xmas. See ad. Hughes Midison I no tit ute today. Fiiik. Mr. D M. Creighton'a fc Tate. Mn. Jamis II. Cook and Bister, Miss A nice line of China Clock and up to date goods of every description. Buy your goods of the Jeweler residence near KingHVille was burned ALLpersous haying claims against the that is a Jeweler and save money. Come early and stay late. Kate Cook, of Huntonville, came down Tuesday. Most of the contents were We want your trade. Tuesday. The Utter remained anil is saved, but the loss amounts to 1,500 or estate of M. L. Ilourne, dee'd, will present them properly verified, to J. II. the uuest of her sitters here. more. The insurance expired Nov. 15 Mks. T. K. Wmiii. Jn., and little son re- nnd Mr. Creightou bad failed to renew it. Paxton for payment, and those indebted to the estate will please settle with him turned to their home at Knoxville TuesIn remitting his subscription Mr. 11. 0. immediately. day morning alter a visit to her parents, Ilywaters, of Farmingtou, Wash., Bay?: Judgoand Mrs. M. C. SatiHey. William Stonk, who bonght 0. D. Dk. Jackmin (Jivi.n, of Pittsburg, wa Your Kentucky weatiier can't compare 60veral months age, Powell's on yesterday's train en route to Mr. A with our Washington climate. Our will open a atock of general merchandise K. Denny's, iiuviiik been called to see weather has been perfect so far and about Jan. 1st, or as soon as Mr. Powell piopbesies by the old pioneers are that Mrs. Denny, who is quite sick. Mr. can move hia goods to Lancaster. Ui.riiooK IUii.ky returned Wednesday the winter will be line. Stone is a worthy young man ani ought night from a protracted visit to bis sisNut a PitnosKH. Jniler G. W. Do to do well. ter, Mrs. II. I). Gregory, at Grayson - :- : - : Uorde came in Wednesday to tell us that IIkmoval. -- Severance tfc Sona have lie lelt Mrs. Gregory quite eick. he had discharged his only prisoner, leased the two belonging to Mn. II. V. (iivg.NH, of Hubble, wna the Fields Suiter, a negro who was convicted Mrs. Mary J. Miller under Odd Fellows g lest of his brother, Mr. 1.. II. Gitena, ol stealing a chicken, and that for the Hall nnd will remove there Jan. 1. Mrs. Monday. Hsrrodsburg Democrat. Mr. ilrst time in years the Lincoln county Miller has contracted fi.r uiimerous imGlvmia went to Louisville, Wednesday. jail is emptv. This spenka volumes for provements on them and will connect Min; A.vnik Bio.vArun Knollman, the improvement of the morals of out tho two by arches in the front and rear. who ome up from Potter College, ilow ct'zens, but Mr DaRotde will have to ling Green, to attend her grandfather's (.Ji'otations. I'lio billowing have fcput seek other employment if this thing burial, bss decided to remain at home keeps up. in answers since lest issue and close the till after the holidays. Tiiu court of appeals has allirmcd t) e list: Mrs. J. Frank Walton, Crescent Miseis Emma Maktin and Adelo Haul-le- y .springs; Mins Myrtle Hughe-- , Stanford; 1hy Hatnidny for GhIImUi), Tenn , decision of the Gsrrard circuit court sen- Mrs. Mittie Monin, Nolin; Mra. Mary the foruierito epend ChiistmsH wiih her tencing Henry lUd.lick to the peniteu Jones Hiloy, Pineville; Mrs. Will home frliit ami the Utter to vieit her tlary for life for burning the Miller House-aKills, Memphis, Tenn ; Mra. ElizaLancEstor and causing the death of anat, MrH. A. W. Ulnster. beth McAlinter, Stanford; Miss Randolph Mr. K. 0. War 'I hk Louisville I'ttttsays that Miee Mr. Paseoo and child. Logan, Lognna; Miea Nancy VanDeveer, 11(1 West .larob ren tried tho enso in the abtence ol Stinanthn Lngnn. of Stanford; Mrs. S. A. Marriott, Nolir; Mrs. Snull-- y. The xvidenco was purestreet, will give an exhibition of her Judge W. II. McRoberts, Stanford; Mra. Henry Original sludieH Mini sketches in water ly circumAinntial and in order to give IL Mills. Stanford; Misa U. L. Moore, and oil, commencing Thursday and con- the defendant the bnnetlt of overy McKinnoy; Without a namo, Stanford; doubt, Mr. Warren gave this intinuing throughout Friday. Independence, Mo struction: 1 hat the proof must not only Mrs. J. H. Gudgell, A uctteh from Mrs. K. I. (Jwelov, of Mrs. H. R. Neyland, Greenville, Texne; O'jlumbtiR, Gs t iier mother, MrH. M. bo co'ieistont with hia guilt, but incon- .Mies Marie Warren. Stanford; Mrs. W. 0. Ilurnside, elates that Mr. J. Fioeco!BUtent with every hypothesis of his in II. Penny, Mrs. R. H. Mnhony, Mrs. A. Kobinson, of Garrard, who upends his nocencu. V. Kizemore, Stanford; Mis. Arthur M. winters ut thnt plsce, has been very sick Held it. As Charley Armstrong of Crooke, AltamonJj.Miea Allie Harlan, f jr a week or more. color, wna returning from a call on n Danville; Mlf-- Louisa Kauffman, LanCot.. H J. Yaktib anil his daughter, ueighbor about '2 o'clock Tuesday morncaster; Misb Davie Jasper, aged 11, Piano, Mrs. Nannie Jennings, of Garrard, are ing ho was halted by a couple of men in Texas. spending n few daa with Mra. W. A. Mackaville with drawn pistols and orA few days ego Mis H. W. Givens, of Carson. The colonel is now in liis 00th dered to give up hia monev. They pressyear nnd can rend tho Intxiuoh Journal ed thoir pistols against hia temple's nnd tbo Hubble section, miesed a handsoMo Charley was not long in giving up tho diamond brenst pin containing '20 stones, without his glasses. Mn. and Mkh. Gilukut Garrard, of $2 75 ho had in his pockets. Tho men nnd her husband nt onco began search passed homeward then followed him to his borne and told for it. On coming to this place, be learnbore Manchester, Inund a few days ago, after n visit to the him to go to bed at once and if he wes ed that young Jesse Belden, son of Mr. Atlanta expedition. He said they went seen on tho street ngain that night ho Nath Belden, had shown a breast pin would bo shot down. It was very dark similar to the one lost to our jewelera for on tho Intkrior Journal's recommendaand Charlie could not tell whether tho thepurpese of ascertaining its value, tion and was not disappointed. tho boy claiming that ho found it beMIos men were white or black. D Mhs. Martha Grimkh nnd tween Stanford aud Rowland. This gave Pauline Grimes left Tuesday to Btay Thk Winners. -- After a enreful exami- Mr. Givens a clue and his next move was s mie time with Mrs. J. Carver Jones at 8of scores of answers sent in to the to find young Belden, who Is only about Kansas City, alter spending n f ow days nation from authors by the commit- lOyenroold. Marshal Newland assisted with Mr. J. 8. Grimes at Kllz.ibethtown. 50 quotations MrF. Grimes is 70 the trip ia a pretty tee, kind fortune decided that Miss Nel- in the search nnd learning that tho boy As lie 0. Klaymaker, ofIlerkley, Va., Bhnll bad gene to Louisville, ho nnd Mr. G big undertaking for her. Mn. Dorkkt Hakdinq, of Danville, was have the first prize of $5 nnd Mrs. Sam went there Jilso. The boy was found Hooker tho second prize, n year's nnd on being questioned about the pin, hero Wednesday and on being questionto the;i.NTKiuou Journal, For stated that he had pawned it to a private Coned as to bis probable candidacy for gress said be had not determined what Miea Slaymaker, we;can nl6oeay thnt jus- iiolicoman named Browning for $2. havejgiven her tho prize had Browning wna then Eeen nnd admitted he would do. He bad receivod many tice would not fortune smiled. Her answers allow- that he had loaned tho boy that amount (Uttering requests, nnd wna considering duop research, giving not only thonu-tUothat on tho phi, but further Btuto the question from all its otaml points ed but tho book tho quotation is from had redeemed it. Balden swore Mr. Harding is well qualified for tho nnd wboro there is more than ono au- that ho had not douo so aud it looks as honor, if thore is any honor loft in the thor credited, giving tho names of all if ho wns telling tho truth, for Browning position aiiice bo ninny short horses nre who used tho words orjsimilar ones. Mrt gave our marshal nnd Sergeant Miller, of wanning eeutB in tho Houso of Hooker, who waa Miss Nannie Kennedy, Iouiaville, who hnd assisted Mr. New-laualso deflorvod to wiu ea alio two gave n the slip aud could not be found. CITY AND VICINITY. vory fall response. A number of otheis Belden was placed in jail and will be Ho admitted thnt also gvo correctjnna wera und our only re- brought hole Diamonds at Danks. gret is thnt wo have not a Bnflicient num- ho Btole tho pin while at work painting Jardinieres at cost at Karris & liar ber of five dollarB to go around. The ef- there last week. Mr. Givens remained fort hna proven quite interesting to us in Louisville and will use overy effort to t . and we bona thnt nil hava n find Private Policeman Browning and Wipjc, Steel Hange, Xmaa gift, 535. UIrs Hooker's post office Is Kneeellavillo hia wlfa'a breast pin. Uiggius & McKinnuy. tables, bamboo goods, picture frames and easels, Smyrna, Moquette nnd goat rugs, Thk horse left by a thief at Mr. James nil suitable Christmas presunts at WithKambo's was claimed by n Mr. Smith, of & Garrard, who took him home. Mr. Kam ers Hocker's. bo is still minus his steed. Mapons The regular election of officers of Stanford Lodge F. Btid A. M. for To the tax payors of Lincoln county. Don't complain when you see your the ui uing year will be hold Friday property advertised. I must have the nigbi, Dec. 27. All Masons are requested to ba on hand. tax. T. I). Nenland. S. L. m fl Solid 14 Genuine Watham, for only $19.95. Our line of Opera Guards, Cuff Links, Scarf Pins, Studs and Rings are especially beautiful. on sale this week We will put It Gold Wateh 98e. A SOLID GOLD SET RING FOR Banquet Lamps and Onyx Tables, Finest Imported China and Vases, Walnut or Oak Eight Day Clock, $2.45. - two-sto-r- y DANKS, the Jeweler. e Btore-roo- RUSH FRONT WE ARE storo-room- a Holiday .Novelties Kd-wa- rd t In great profusion. You will miss it if you do not come and see my stock. rea-fiina- ; Newest Holiday Books, a From the best authors and in Holiday Bindings. Our stock of Holiday, Miscellaneous and Set Books has never been more complete. Dub-scripti- ou In Work Boxes, Glove anc). Handkerchief Boxes, Toilet Sets, Comb and Brush Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Photo Albums, Picture Frames and Fancy Mirrors. DOULB -- DOlULj o)o A new and beautiful line at prices to suit all, from 5c to $5. ELEGANT "DESIGNS Games and Musical Instruments. r, 1 Bal-do- Itepri-aentatlv- e8. to-da- This stock is immense and contains every new thing out this season. A large assortment of Wagons, Dolls, Buggies, Iron Toys, Iron Trains, Doll Beds, Doll Cradles and Child's Desks, all for LOWEST CASH PRICE. W. B. McROBERTS. immiijii v 4V1 ITVm JJ. 1IVL.UII. ' ,..T ul m Him. - PDJiJIIf L Cnlob Crimmins was ns sweet on .DebU'luit MhiIp Mini Ho. by Dander as a bumulo bee on John Did your wife go to the ooun That was n well understood fact among the young folks of Jlrnd-bur- try this year? Tompkins Yes; she spent tlte sumy a village of the middle west; and although Caleb had the mer with friends at Ulue Point. John You must have been prettj reputation of being very "near" he was known In a number of instances to have lonesome? Tompkins Yes I was; especially "opened his heart" and his purse slightly in demonstration of that fact, Saturdays and Sundays. John Why couldn't you arrange tc And when Cale Crimmlns "went down Into his jeans" (iu the mellow How of spend those days with her? Tompkins I did. Harper's Kazar. the village tongue waggers) it meant that return might be expected on the Truthful ilohunlr. board in short order. That is to say. "Johnnie, dear," said his mother, who 'folks was expectin of a invito to the wis trying to inculcnte a lesson in in weddin "fore long." dustry, " hat do you suppose mamma It pained Caleb intensely when he would Jo for you if you should come to thought of the rapid succession of her .some day and tell her that you loved birthdays, Christ muses and money- - your studies?" taking holidays with which the year "liick me for telling a falsehood," said as crowded, and he resolved that but ' dear little Johnnie, with the frankness few of them should elapse before he ' of youth. Pittsburgh Hulletin. had the knot tied hard and fast with AM Ho llacct'ii. Miss Debby; and then they would go "kinder slow on the gosh blamed ' First Italian Count Why, my dear Bpendin business." Debby was not at fellow, where have you been for the all extravagant In her notions of gift- - ' past six months or to? taking, but she did think it w as no more ' Second Italian Count Over in America hunting heiresses. than right that she should be rememFirst Italian Count Did you bag bered occasionally with some tangible anything? demonstration of affection. Second Italian Count Yes, my trous Christmas was at hand, and Caleb was in the throes of a job of guessing what ers. Somerville Journal. to get for Debby. "There's tfo tarnal Could I'roto n Alibi. much nonsense 'bout Christmas presThe prosecutor Judge (gravely) ents," said he, "that a feller don't know swears that you hit him twice upon what to git." Hut he held to his estab the nose. Have you any denial to lished rule that it should lio"somethin' make? useful and onextravagant," JJut what Defendant (stoutly) Yis, yer honor; Debby needed most, that was the per- it's false; Oi hit him but wanst upon plexing question. th' nose. Th' sicond tolme Oi hit him Caleb was to take Debby to the "Christwhere his nose hod bin. mas doin's" at the village church, where rirst Tliun HrM Heard It. thero was to be a tree for the young "Who is that fellow?" folks, and he thought it would bo the proper caper to hang his present on the "I don't know; he hasn't been her tree with the others, and have it handed very long, though." "How do you know?" out publicly, to show that he was up and doing with the rest of them. And "Heard him laugh at one of Symp-son'- s o jokes last night at the so it came to pass that among the good Record. things hanging on the tree was a sealed envelope marked, "Merry Christmas to Trim Courtmy. Deborah Dander, from Mr. Caleb CrimBingo Wo have the most mlns." This the minister, who officminister you ever saw. iated as distributor, took down, and, Witherby What hashedone to make with some sly remarks on its supposed you think so? contents, called upon the young lady to Bingo I met him after church tho come forward and receive it. other day, and lie wanted to know if I As Debby passed up the aisle she was had rested well. Puck. accosted on either Bide by her yttung friends, who eagerly inquired: "What Kaprlt de Corp. The Lady Aro you too lazy to saw ""U t the wood? i SL h The Tramp Lazy? No, madam. But - vn ffl n K fjMrtv J there's a friend of mine comin' down M&vs KtftlM 41 w the road and I'd be so mortified if he H1LUmJih JZ! As.jJ It. saw mc doin' such n thing. Brooklyn Life. f&gj, lioney-Kuckle- s. y, ZZZZZ JUTrillllll- "Listen," sho Enid, "and I will tel you mj story." "Don't! don'tl" he said, in a vole, that shook in its emotion. "Itememba thnt we are now strangers!" "You shall hear it," she hissed. "Not here! Sparc mc spare me, ii pity's name!" "I have no pity for such as you." lie buried his face in his hands nnd she told him her story aye, without skipping r. page, from the preface cleat through to tho end of the 37th chapter. And when the gray twilight came the authoress laid the manuscript on the editor's prostrate form and strode away. Washington Star. A Mcrcllesa Woman. COMING MILLIONS. : itVk.' iTlN&fQRTHEcHy T . llrcd far in the wood, a solitary hnsbM irrow, Hko wlilker, on his nrmoivd face; And the buck bear was his brother, and thn catiunount his chum. And Jim h lived and Milted for tho millions yet to come. i flULlflim -TAif iivm r iMrvcrD iniHIElM 8- "Stfhft l i :m. I ! ' IV J". I i.i.nmii winh. ,,iniii.,i,iJMini i J "f f jiiff' ' r4 "M ir .'Hiti,.,. in V e An old r,ray house, on an farm Twna on a Christmas night Thro' chinks wore streaming rays of old-tim- back-countr- ' ' charm In yellow shafts of light. An old gray whlto and an old gray lilnok Were olttltiK by thoblazo That curled and played "gainst tho chimney bac- kSat thinking their own old ways. Paid the old black man to tho old whlto "Hit's fawty yeah Sense you cln to mo this plecocr Ian', An' tho pootyes' pal In hIkM. "You Kin us. ersldes, dent panahs, too, ht Jim Crokcr minion elenrinz nnd he owod tc down to wheat, - And he flllml bin lunn with cabbage and he planted It with beet: And it ViovomcU with potAtoentid with !ench and pear and plum, And Jim ho lived uud waited for the lullllone yet to comn. Tlicn Jim he took his ancient axo and cleared a forest street. While he lived oa bear and Miccotash and yonug oppo'sum nival, And his rhythmic axo trokes sounded and tho woods no moio were dumb, Whilo lio cUnre.1 a cnioketl IiIk'Ii"")' for th millions yet to come. I f lien ttey came like almles strncelcrs, tho) came from far and UH'ir, A little lorf house rettlement (,'rew round tho I c - UY- - WM 1 W(. jwiw'-- b :; AndJl'-uncralJDircct- m mw ".'i LT.r, ".W !j '5C5 5 Practical Trimmer, Embalmer uggy Robes, Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, IliidUs, Whips.t&c.;,. HorseJHIankets, ""f Room oppositcJCourt House Square, Stanford, Ky. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in "sell rrmn: pioneers And tliu sound of saw and brondaxu mado a Kind Industrial litim, Jim said, "the Coinlnir .MIlllon they hvo Just bern to coinu." Sasli, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, Pat eot ua bon' ones free. An' Nan on mc suns 'I tally, Ilally I.oo!' Lak cr song er Jubilee." I dulatlnKsntkn; And one morn tho locomotive puffed Into tho wilderness And Jim atd "The Comlnif Millions, thy aro comlni; by And a little arooked railway wound round tnountaltk hill, and lake, Crawliiuc towat-- tho forest village Ilka an tin- - FLOORING, SIIMNG, CEILING, ETC. I handle 'the best'gradefof goodsfand at the lowest prices. eipresv" ' j I "Well, what if did?" said the white. "Didn't both belonptome? And didn't 1 have, by law, tho rlsht To set my nlffgahs free? "And, what Is more," said thn old white man, "My furm was broad and long-And didn't you, Hnd your poor old Nan, Find life a sweeter sonjr?" "1 jiwd bless you, mnrstcr, blcssln's fell As fns' as drops er rain; Yes, every sour' was a silver bell, Till God called Nan crguln. "Ilut wo was all de slaves you had. An" sense you b'en so po' I'se frit dat wo win Retln' bad To wlah for freedom so." "No more! no more!" said tho old white man; old pray And the village umw and projjercd, but Jim Croker's hair was crayer; When they cot a city charter, and old Jim was chosen Mayor; Hut Jim declined tho honor, and moved hU Christmas Rockers, Centre Tables, Rugs, Faslcs, Picture Frames, Pictures and Screens at Far hrtu tho forerst, to tho old primeval woods. hnlleliolJ Kood pioneer, Thero he roared hU hut and murmured, I will build a city here." And ho hears tho woodfox harking, and ho And the old limn sits and lUtens for tho millions jet to come. -- S. W. Ko-- s. In Yankee Made. Far and far into tho forest moved th grizzled hears tho partridge drum, Withers & Hooker's, Co, Stanford, Ky. THi: H'NNY 'nuK Ar MAN. You Rive me blessings, nil you can; I need not anrtlilriK. "And. more than all, am I not blest, While waiting for the call? t jrave you Freedom, God's bequest. Intended for us all." "I'm richer than a klni?! llirti, .Simin Aro .Made, una Sumo Ought to lllr. Howovor, thoKo who have seen muck it the insido life of comic jouruali nnd Dtlier jottrnaU with comic departments St. Asaph Carriage know thnt this kind of work, hko pretty Tit-Bit- s. WOmwSIMIROFTS BvANOATrMP. club."-Chicag- good-nature- d .L" Z . - J" 'iL '-L- ' lsiiiiiTiT ' '111 - V. pwaiiii.,!iiiin:i;ii.ii!iiii.ji.ii..i...AB.a,i,;(UL a eve and the sat by the ilrcdisoussingthe probability that they would rcccie presents of greater value than they had font to their poor relatives, and n.s good as they hud Kent to their rich Dod-gett- It was Christmas L -- I JIVJ?W J '11' v miss jh 1A I . I iinnnr ucccivi.xa unit puksent. rm ii.x, T'B . it, Debby? Open it and letusseol" With burning cheeks shu took tlio mysterious envelope and returned to her scat beside the smiling donor, who advised her to open it. This she did and found within nothing but a slip of paper with some writing on it. She rend the words, and blushing still more deeply crumpled tho paper In her hand; then turning to Caleb in an agitated manner, she said: 'Tgh, what a night it is," taid Mrs Dodgctt, "but it is just as well, for r Two Hlrtln with Our Stone. Goodfello If my clothes were not too shall have no enlleis, and I'm really not fit to bo seen." big for you, I'd give you an old suit. "You Hurgry Hank (gratefully) Boss, if answered certainly aro not;" n candidlv Mr. Dodgett, "It's mysterj you'd gate me tho price of a square meal, what you have done with nil the money they'd fit mo nil right, I arrant ou have ten for dress. .Vow, I env Truth. L'n mmiit-Tfor lack of a decent dtvH An Ide.i. Ml It." " If history rcpnnts Itself," Instead of replying warmly, Mr. He murmured In olatlan, Dodgett on.' smiled mystoriouxly. At " Hereafter I'll try ditto marks that moment f ue maid entered, mi m u ' Instead of recitation." Atchison Globe. "Pleow, lun'am, a tramp's at the I vu tour begg'ng far clothes. Til ATS WHY. "Toll him to go away and hr quh-about it,' said Mr. Dodgott, who wa,( HuiTcring from neuralgia and ilisitp- pointmefit that hiu wife would no r-i ones. aiuch every other kind, may bo m.vlo iltnoat completely mochauical. lliurois a regulation war to inako a joko that is to say, a regulation joke. Of course, All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriagr jtMaking','and Repairiti Kcnuiue humor uud jHwitivo wit transcend all rule?, and tliu great jester is done in first class style. born, not luude. But for all that, thero have been jnofessional funny men who hadn't a grain of wit iu their composiWc have an artistic tion. For instance, it is well known thnt Special attention to horses with diseased feet. the proprietor of a certain great New Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in diis work. York daily newspaper has n habit of mixing his oditors alt up periodically, to MR. H. KINLEY. 6XPERIEHCBD PMBTEB. prevent thorn from sliding into ruts, nnd Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trill. to give each department tho benefit of fresh ideas (and frenh ignorance) from time to time he changes hU men all about, transferring tho sporting editor to tho financial department, sotting tho livestock reporter at work writing political editorials, and so on. Now it chanced that in one of the mix-up- s Scedingjtime is now right at hand; wc have a largcjstock of the funny column fell to tho lot of a rejorter who did not know a joko from a logarithm who had no moro sen so of humor than a haystack. lie was accustomed to oly, however, and ho went to work making joko. His first Kinds. We handle attempts wero something wonderful to Embracing all of the most popular anil approved nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine roniL People with palo faces stopped Prices all right. The season is getting ouo another on tho street, pointed out our stock before buying. with trembling fingers these jokes, and short and wc arc offering special inducements to close out a nice line nsked if they rnlly read at they had of Uuggics and Surreys. road them; tod when they wero answered that they did. they dr--deep breaths of rellof and paused on. Friends W. L. WITHFRS. Salesman. of the pioprietor of tho .uhi bogged him to mnko a change, and declared to him that there wero coma tluugs that the pajier could not stand. But lie to his program nnd kept the man at work, nnd in the course of time the now funny man made jokes thnt were copied iu other papers for jikos, nnd lx.'caino an admired member of tho National Parographpn,' Association, "nv.cw 7& ' K ! "TV STANFORD, KENTUCKY, MERSHON & GKREER Proprietors. Horse Shoeing and Blachsmithing of all Kinds. a. ES LOOK HERE I Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, B. K. WEABBK. d ? quarrel. "Don't leave him alone In the kitchen," saUl Mn. Dodgett; "he Is most likt-- ly Crimmins, we will go home, right off." Cnleb forthwith conducted Debby to her home, where she bade him n "What are you lu for?" frigid "good night, Mr. Crimmins," " 'Cause I can't git out!"- - Life. and left him to sneak off to his own Not it Tiling. i abode, with u sort of "wish I hadn't" ' Oh, I won't do a thing to you," feeling rankling in his system. He hissed, with a villain's smile, Tho match was broken off short then For ho was a loathsome, unclean tramp, and there, and it was some time before Who talked to fe cordvood pile. Detroit Tribune. the why nnd wherefore were known to the wondering friends of both. When lie Went Cheap. the secret did leak out a broad grin Boxnll Strange that Miss Peavick, overspread the face of all Bradbury, whoso father is only a millionaire, and no wonder. Caleb's Christmas should have captured Lord De Liverus. present to Debby was an order on the Plugwineh I suppose it wus his bartillage dentist for "four dollars' worth gain day. Bay City Chat. of pullin' and filllnV -- "Ir. A Til TO SANTA CLAUS. Jimmy There, now, dat looks bully; I hojw he'll take de hint an put some new stockings dere fore ho dory anything else. N. Y. World. he. "Yes, we should be charitable Facts About tho Queen or Shebu. of all days." It's rather lata to leurn the truth about "M'hm; I, gave thut poor wretch my dress suit which was too shabby to the Quoen of Shoba. Nevertheless, tho wear. I had to hunt for it, too; it Academy of Inscriptions is greatly exerA Valuable Member. cised about this subject Oao of its wns " Do ITaminc Is that baseball player members thinks that ho has discovered I gave him your old overcoat; "And Patent you took on last week any good? that Shebu was in Arabia, and that tho Try wmc of our brandt and ou will hive no other Fancy Creole. No i, Alpmenow, Fancy Family, it- -" lielle of Ltncolc and quoen was tho mother of A ben Solomon, Barnes Tormer Yes, indeed. Ho "Which overcoat?" who foundod a kingdom iu Ethiopia. catches every egg thnt is thrown at us. "The black one; you " Sho went to Jerusalem on conquest bent, Indianapolis Journal. "You did, eh? Well, you were too would there. y all kinds mixed and cimhed to Order Corn, Rye, Shiittuff, Oan, smart for once! In the pocket of that nnd tho wise hnve liked to stay would Our Specialties-Seedi- ol A ICullef. But Hebrew thought she and Ilran. Hcmember all Feed .rJir mutt bt accompanied with the cash. Addrcii cr call on coat was concealed the money I had To let my wife have tho last word, bo hard to mauago, and n more useful I rejoice, and why I do It, wived to buy a sealskin for your & ally in Iter own country. Ho therefore Is, when for long her talk l'vo hoard Christmas gift. Suj why did you hide tent her buck laden with proceuts r.nil I'm glad when tho gets to It. zny dress suit in your wardrobe?" Ky, Bay City Chat. fired with ambitious projects. Wo may Both hnd risen, looking very pale. oxpect ono of theso days to see hor perMake Up Lost Time. "You got that dress suit from my Mrs. Muchblest I feel uneasy. Tho wardrobe, did you? Well, it wns a new sonated by Sara Bernlimdt in tin 01 London Testament druma by Sitrdou. baby has not cried nil dtiy. ono I had gotten for your Christmas Tnttlu Mr. Muchblest So do I. It will gift, Silas Dodgett!" probably cry nil night. N. Y. World. Co n v I trvii. Two minutes later Mrs. Dodgett wns O'Hoollgnn Ho "uld me to iuivb on. in strong hysterics on the hearth rug, She Knew, "Oi'd hov yez to Know oi'm a Clara Ho asked mo to marry him whilo the maddest man in town wns "Prove it." nz he. "0 mainly hearchng for a tramp with a new last night. will, " sez oi. An' wid thit I showed nnd an old overcoat. Maudo Did you eer sec unyone pro- dress suit la Eoceivin His him a wad nv unpaid bills oi had iu iv.t pose sonwkwaidly? Puck. pocket. Ills Name Is I.eclon. For a Christmas present now Snfithcrs And what did h'say? : Attractive. : : I am saving up; O'Hoollgan The shwlp.i'i npolv "Is sho prettj ?" my brow That's why wrinkles line "No; but sho. has a prepossessing And sorrow Alls my cup. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranterd. Give me call. , --Truth. bank account." Puck. to-da- asnenk thief." "Charitable, that remark," grunted her husband. " she replied, nbnently, "b; tho way, dear, Mr. Blanque has given his wife nuother sealskin. I shall how-tcut her, for I can't visit her nnj longer In my old urap. It's one comfort, though, thnt he selected it something is surely wrong with it." Looking anxiously at her husband, she saw n half smile on his face. "Ii'n a cold night for that poor retch to be out half chid," he said. "I'll see if ho is gone," she returned, nnd both left the room by different doors. Soon they were both back with half pleased, half shame-facelooks. "It's Christmas eve, after all," said "Yc-es,him-held y o f; llmr Hum Hun Chanced Her. Ono day last week a customer in ono f tho largo Brooklyn dry goods stoics stood wailing for her turn to bo eer-- l and idly watching tho woman who was claiming the attention of the el- rk Thuro was nothing at the moment about hur to nttiact a second ,ianc. Kho looked to bo closo upon CO jeurs of age, her hair was very gray, though not while, and a pair of rntlier dark eyoi looked out from n colorLvs unimpicssito face. Iu figuro she wns uhoi t and small. And tho black costume she wore was fimplu to plninuosH. Yet whon she gave nor vinmo and address for n parcel to be Bent it was teulized that this littlo woma.t of insignificant nppoarnuco was ono whose naino 18 years ago was in everybody's mouth from ono end of tho country to tho other, and whose personality at that tlmo wns almost as well known as hor name, Sho was Mrs. Now York Times. Theodoro Tilton. Men's and Boys' Suits coatSj . Hand Over- Can fit any man Ready made or made tu measure, a siiit custoii er. ! J. K - : M'ROBERTS. Tlth llhtfc.-01.AM- b MhKD OK Duroc Jersey Red Swine i ocV. "AiftR?& a fS3S2MTai r.'w Zftfl i"VfcT flCi.- -' "" - - l. w k& IW M R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky. I'lffl - - Irtr . -- ! i -- s - ..w frftm iKnKiil tvna j 'v ivu nl ni'Kiinig UnalatA.. ltrcederticcuic ium ir lot IfiCi In several different States. Correspondence ScllciUp J. II 1IAK.1IMAN. S. II. HAUOIIMAN. STANFORD ROLLER MILLS Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal SEED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, RYE liar-le- J.H.BAUGHMAN CO., Proprietors, Stanford, giutle-mon,"hozo- i. FALL AND WINTER GOODS. . rHMVIW..JUlJiUILIilIU.,M.' EXTENSION To 3!akn On t Home In TABLE. Not Such n Wry i;uit-nbl- Tho Infant Terrllili. "Kitty, you must let papn's watch WHEREIN How H THEY DIFFER. UafafjfiaaaaKzufi "K By John Mahin. xirmrmi. ' is":."--- "tlai - -- -. (Ircut Trick. c A ncnt homemndo dinlng-tahlc- , for two or four persons, can be easily made b nuyoni'iiossessingn few tools. Hy reference to the figure nil the parts will be readily comprehended. Tho material may be pine or some liner wood, though pine, if stained and varnished, will mnken ncnt and durable piece of furniture. The foot pieces are is inches long and made of 2 by stuff shaped as shown. The legs are simply turned balusters, Mich as are used in stairways, and may be had at any carpenter's shop. They aro set Into 1 alone." "1 "I ain't hurtln' it. what makes It " "I to" It down, I tell you!" "Put 1 won't hurt it, papa. I just want only want to sco Magazine Writer Comaren Man anil III KUtrm. RUE Will be Held & FAULCONER 3 "If you don't let that watch alone, I shnll certnlnly have to punish you." "Will you put it down?" "All I want to do with It, is "Kitty, do you hear vvhnt.I say?" "Yes, and you'd bear what say. If Golden you didn't talk ko much!" Days. ain't" to" 1 brush. Man Is a creature of cast-iro- n habits; womnu adapts he'rsclf to circumstances. This is the foundation ni the moral difference between them, A man does not attempt to drive n nnll unless he has a hammer; a woman does not hesitnte to utilize anything from the heel of a boot to the back of a Tenth Grand Combination Sale of Horses, at Danville, l(y,, Feb. E. P. FAULCONER & to 8, 1896. Entries cLse Jan. 4. Send for entry blanks. WM M. RUE. i ,L M 'SW tian 31iiunf:it-turerIf you want a .'resent for your wife, sweetheart, sister or somebody's Articles of dress nre now being exelse's sister, tensively made of glass. A Venetian manufacturer is turning out bonnet by the thousand, the glass cloth of which they are composed having the same shimmer nnd brilliancy of color as silk, and, what is a great advantnge, being ZUc-i-i imv2 Impervious to water. In liussia there sS it iii. long time existed j tissue manhas for a A. When I see you I always think ufactured from the fiber of a peculiar of tho proverb: "To whom God gives filamentous stone from tho Siberian Is the place to go. Besides every kind of Fruit, both foreign and doan pfilce to him Ho gives understand- mines, which by some secret process is mestic, he has ing." shredded and spun into u fabric which, H. Hut I have no office! although soft to the touch and pliable A. Well, don't you see how that fits? in the extreme, is of so durable a nature I I Flicgendc I'.laetter. that it never wears out. This is probTHE USEFUL HAT-PIably what has given an enterprising The VI n ui i' ii Kinploy It m u Weapon of s These l'nglish novels nre firm the Idea of producing Daughter null llrfrnar. dress lengths. always speaking of an "The Idea of making the hat pin n What does it mean? The Muscovite stuff is thrown into the wpaxin of defense first dawned ujion suppose it's the same fire when dirty, like asbestos, by which Old Lady Toys and Drills for tho children in endless variety. Chinaware and me when I was in the cast," says a way over there as 'tis here. Tho heir It is made absolutely clean again; but bright-eyedame, who is always nlways has to go to law before he can tho is simply brushed with Bisque Figures for the ladies Don't buy until you have seen his watching for a chance to exploit Cali- get anything. N. Y. WiK'kty. a hard brush and soap and water, and stock and gotten his prices. His store is fornia, climate, morals and all. is none tho worse for being either PriKif of it. "Of course, you nil know Hint a womstained or soiled. The material is to an can't go about alone with any deMlllson Do voii believe that thesouls be had in white, green, lilac, pink and gree of comfort when she gets away of the departed can communicate with yellow, and bids fair to become very from western chivalry. Well, as I us after death? fashionable for evening dresses. An Kilby Oh! yes. I frequently get let- Austrian is the inventor of this novel wanted to study art in New York while 1 visited my brother In Newark, I wtw ters from friends who have moved to fabric, which is rather costly. Tableobliged to iiso the suburban trains Philadelphia. N. Y. World. cloths, napk'ns and window curtains arc every day. hnd a bookful of also made of it. It has also been discovA Warning. unpleasant experiences before learned A world of Nuts, raisins and Cake ingredients. Ri line of Fancy ered thnt glass Is capable of being Leap year Is coming; boys, beware, the magic jKiwer of that simple little Let not the maidens woo you: turned into a fine cloth which can be Groceries. bright light ofChrlstinntrHth,nndthus hat-pllleforo tho yenr in out. Lake care worn next to the skin without the KJiietnitlng tho dark recesses of IgnoJ.uBl they decide to sue you. o "Finally a man who was iacked slightest discomfort. Chambers' JourDetroit Freo Press. rance, tyranny and superstition, which mo In u ear became simply unennal. lire dispelled before her, while the squeezed myself meekly up durable. Sl'ltKY UK M'tUCK. civ iliation, the railroad train, of , LOVELY CRACKER JAR. against t he w indow , glv ing mine euetuy tho telegraph, the church, the school-i-ous- t s of the seat. Gazing out A Itruiltifill lilt f Dccnmtlou In Cloter and the busy city follow her; Into the darkness I became Kwdtivcly mill (ir.i-.rthis cartoon, 1 tny, tells a truthful depressed nnd felt like offering m The decoration of clovers and grasses The most apology to story of human irgmw. fur presuming to is well suited for n cracker jar or mar progroMlic, most cnllghtinetl, intelli" 1? eumlier thp corth. & tF SSfUTi5 uK ! 3Sl' -- 'i Ay mnlndedish. Wash in a soft background stmngcttt nations of gent and "Mine enemy made the mistake of , of gicens tmd blues before beginning to vviUi tho most of huppincHa anion-encroaching still fuHher upon my paint it. I'se grass green, deep blue their people, ore the Chilstian nntii' Mr. GludHtoiii, the greatest statosinan "It mbs too much. My wrath Maed of this or any other oge, lately said. up und I drew my hat-piv y.'i i I said not rv "Talk about the question! of the i!.. ; a word nnd did nothing to attract atI there la but one question, nnd that is tention. Nevertheless that man was -- 4j -. Jti tho gospel. It can nnd will eon eel glnd to vacate my full si in re of thnt All seat, and perhaps a little more. I held everything needing correction. She This wine is over 00 years old. men at the head of great movements my wen .ion in u position which IndiHe Hot tie- it vourself? N. Y. Her, Goto the neatest Shaing and Bath Parlor in Central Kentucky for nre Christian men. During the mini-cated to htm tho boundary Hue, and 1 ald. years I was in thecnblnet I wasbrought assure you that he understood the Inyour Ohristmas hair cuts and shaves, opposite St. Asaph Hotel Ed A Into association with CO mnster mbls. sinuation and left me In peace, liver " is an old artist in his profession and knows his business. Ladies and I'll be a sister, sir. to yon." and nil but live of them were Chris since that day 1 have been as indeQuoth ho: "At oneo. ihcn, lot's hOKln. My only hope for the world Is pendent nnd linns. children's hair cutting a specialty. Pruy lend to me your bloomers new; as a SpanI want thorn to p'.ny football In." In bringing the human mind into conish senorita with a dagger in her lionl Washington Star. tact with divine revelation." How im- soit, etc." portant, then, islttJiatincomnieiuorat-inNapoleonic, Anvliow. This fiery little nneedote, told over Christinas we should have u true the teacups, was followed by a perfect une oiiCKers nae ueen idling us conception of what It menus! 111. . Ia the Mattlsr ' i the assigned Es chorus of stories of the uses of the hat-- J of marvelous sums he ..as made on Wall DIXORATKD CKACKUl JAIL pin. Tho picking of locks, the office of street. Is he a Napoleon of finance? tate ot w. u. Welch. Till: (llllllll.r.H'S INNINU. inscct-depaper-cutteTwo Well, hardly more of a Na- green and a bit of yellow here and there, stroyer, these vvern among tho lesser poleon of narration! Puck. with a touch of dark green in the shad- 3D. ! things. A tale of the repairing of a ows. For the clovers use carmine, No. Invite, t jour vou tn li ok oer his 'ock Hini Not an Iiupreislontat. 1 black and here and there deep purple The crtditoM of mid catate arr hcreb; notified broken harness at a critical juncture l'rtnel.is -Connoisseur You have painted that in very limited quantities. A very faint ChiUlmac ChHir with Nicx lin' it Furniture, to .. r. K-- ., '"-.- . .a nrcfpnt their cUitns to the n tip ute, &t his either Ksttnii, vvimiii or HncLine vied for second honors with the history .Av. In tho town of Stunforil, ky b farcy Hil'V of the timely mending of a torn sail. picture In tho impressionist style, I wash of ultramarine will give you the si tIdk for ChlMivii,ItuBBies Hobby Hore. nrren "v of Unuary, 1896, yrr.firct ui rcqi law Cnuctic., Craak, r Chans nd Pi KCtu ok all Uusuv. Stovet of vjtio 9 kinds. Ilutiirii. 1'hncions, Suisoft purplish shndow found in a First place was given, without n dis- see. It. C.WARREN. Artist No. You have been leaning Use yellow brown, dnrk green, clover. ri.. Vehicles ot ini kircl. Ca'l hi mi hat-pisenting voice, to the story of the 80 t black gOtl AsjigmeofW, O.Welch U. !. bilKI'llAiCII, against it. N. Y. Weekly. Husonvlllr, Kv. as a modern nnd nlways available and a touch of violet of iron in the soft weapon of defense. San Francisco grasses. Keep the tone of the leaves Expectation. jt Chronicle. Scientific American Dudely What aro you going to do ; cool, using grass green, deep blue green, Hr .. " Agency dnrk green and black In painting them. 00 YOU Xlk. &,. up, Hobby? when you grow w mill Dainty Ten Cloth. 'A. " WANT A Hobby I'm going to boa mnn. What Gild the handles and knob on the lid. B. : Sprays of the hop vine with bunches c Situation? of hops are embroidered on white linen are you going to be? Harper's Hazar. Orange Judd Farmer. rn?rem , tea cloths and center pieces. The leaves Cold Water llattn for the J'eet. Tim Hard Tart. fjj ' .rjff X ' are In deep, long and short stitch, the 171TiitsfTttmjsf "Does the boss cvet tell you clerks '"LfvF&Si A distinguished medical authority ifi'&prw tendrils of the vine in stem stitch, nnd iunnv stories?" ' says "tho best way to guard the feet t'Mi vc. j 'CtslipOAVEATS, the hops are in solid raised work. The "No; but we have to laugh just tho against the effects of cold or of getting TRADE MARKS, HI 5rsSr otAT California poppy, in its brillinutshndos same!" Town Topics. DESIGN PATENTS, ClL$UDr them wet Is to bathe them every morn- frot. Smith, tor 19 Ttkrs Prlnelci.1 at th COPVRIQHTS. ate of yellow orange, was noticed on a cenIng In cold water. Thu first morning COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY For Information nnd free Handbook wrlto to A DUrorery. ter piece, and also on a small table cover MUNN A CO., S61 UnoiDWAT. MSW Vors:. Awarded ZIrdal by World' i ErpotUlon Mamma Why did you give tho baby they cannot be kept In water longer i For Hyitemarnook-befplnzanOldest bureau tor accurlns patcnU In America. been at a recent exhibition of art needletaken out by uH broUKht IxToro than two or three seconds, after which lludaeaa Education, tr. Coat to Oeaeral Krerytvatcnt a complrta "Help, pop! Old Crlssmu8 dinner's work. The center piece had the edge that drum? llmlneu Coiirne about t'X, Including tuition, books the public by notlcu gtren freo of chorgo In tho And board. IMionofxrapby, Typcwrltlas; and Because, ho makes less noiso iney musi oo riiuucu vigorously, iu Papa me "Judge. in wide lenfllke scallops, button-holelcKOD succostful graduates the circulation. A rough crash Tclrsphr taosht. officials. 1(0 imTn No Varatloa. with white silk. The popples were laid when he has the drum. Life. (or tlie Ilojr, HomethluK towel is the best thing to use. Each ENTER banks and Kentucky UnlyenltT Diploma NOW. Largest graduates. Mr awarded Ofllco Hoy Are you going to give me around tho cloth with their stems tomorning incrense the time that the feet graduate! onritcvring lituattont. Auittunc giitn our world. circulation of any scientific paper fn the Whero nirorce I Hugy. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent fa ward the edge and the flowers toward man should l without It, Weekly, 03. OO a T"i, order that your Itlttrt mayreaeA tkit Colltg In water until they can bo for Christinas? anything "Do you love this man enough to can be held CO,, yeariL30 six months. Addre. J10NN City, ar Au notit and addrtu at btlow. center. The spread decorated with marry him?" the IJosb 0, yes; a few errands to do. bathed for fifteen minutes without any WILBUR n. SMITH. UEXlNGTON, KY. Vvllwukbs, 301 Uroadway, New York tho popples was of gray linen. Detroit Free Press. "Yes, in some states." Town Topics. discomfort." mean-ingletw- motions of rratltiult liuninn heart at thu mention of thin now uiiherail holiday! Hut It In olt that tho viiHt majority of those whoob-hitv- o of It3 It lmo no truo Uvea many of tliow whose nieunlntf. Idea of It Ih Unit it Ih a Him to bt ' nv l jrlftw do not fully nnd In ini'iint by this lmJli.- -- 1 what unci couiniou custom. CliriHtiuiiH not only coinmi'inorntes tho birth of ChriHt, who nvo II Is life an a rniiMoni fortiHlnful world, but typlfii'B tins Ineffablo frt f 1 of (!od, w ho "ho lovoii tho world that He (,'iiw- - "H nly Son, that whosocier bollevcth In Hlmchould not perish but life." I'uul tells uh that filiation "Ih tho fflft of God," from whom, ni JutnrH wiys, Ih "every fjwxi nnd perfect Rift," 1'aul also deolnrei In writing to the IpheluiiH that when ChrlKt amended ujKiii high He "led cnptUlty cnptlie and gave gift unto men." What are some of these glftn Mlitcli aro thus typified and Intended to be g eommeniorated by the custom of "I'eaeo on In ChrlHtnuis-tldeearth, good will to men," Ih the boon it bring to mankind iih a whole. The coming of Christ via the of tiod to men. Then is no full revelation of CJod anywhere nnie in HIn lurarnated Son. He In the fullncM bcxlily. Clirlut wns tin of thetiod-heaIdeal man, called by eminence "the Son f of Man." In Him we maik the nil human capabilities. Hy llim Is reconciliation of sinful man and an offended Uod. Talth in Christ cruel-lietho gift of infinity to man Is the secret of salvation from the of hIii. The gift of evcrlnsting life ih to bo had for the Uil.lng. Christinas, hh a ounmcmurniiun of the birth of Christ, without rcfcrenci- to Mia . uncrlflclal ntonement, would be He taught grand lessor True. of love nnd duty, nnd of for the good of other, but the sublime cllin.iA of nil tlicac tcaehings pn Hit Huffenngs nnd death on the cross on account of the sins of mankind. Thin Iwh been aptly called the tragedy of tli world n tragedy III w hieh every liuiiiuu goul has an interest, bccaime it pro hie for human wants n balm in (Jilenil, n fountain for uueleanness, redemption from ain, and u joy forever. These personal nnd splrltunl gifts nre not the only ndvantnges thnt have been conferred ujkjii mankind by the coming of llini whose birth !h celebrated tfH ChristmiiH. The world as n whole hns hnd nn uplift in direct ratio an the of Ills life and death have been revealed to It. Genuine and helpful civilization waits on ChrlHtlnuity. The sign of the triple cross is not, ns Tngerwill in his book makes It, the emblem of KiiperHtltion, hate and cruelty, to telegraph 'Miles which he labeled "for the use of man," but the cross, tjpifying Christianity, ever precedes enlightenment, Invention and nil that tends to human progress and human hnpplncHH. The later cartoon, representing the Christian church iih a woman entry lug the cross and the What profouml Hiionlrt hmi'U up In I'M-ry well-nifj- h "has mado a very Important discovery." "indeed," I said, "what Is it?" "A new hubstanco that is apparently indestructible." I recalled the fnct that his wife had been a ptofessor of natural sciences prior to her marriage and inquired if she had been long at work upon the In- Sclrntini! Itrm. "My wife," ho remarked, o oom,i.-p-hcnt- "'o," he replied, "and It came about quite by accident. She was trying to make a sponge cake." Chicago Times-HeralTrmititi AlH'ml. Phowcd him tip laat week," said tho J woody Gulch Kipsnorter, "the squint-eye- d old pelican who runs the worthy w vention, -n "Xot satisfied with the way wc havri-wrlnBt-In- y less sheet in the garret across the way evinces a disposition once again to get into our hair. We warn him he will have his hands full." Chicago Tribune. rinnnelcrliii;. gift-givin- ? niunl-feHtatlo- n holes bored in the foot pieces below and Into suitable holes In the end piece of tho upper frame. The essential part of the frame, which allows the table to bo extended, is the croRHbar on top. This bnr is 3 Inches inch thick. long. 2 Inches wide and It is let Into the end pieces of the frame Hush with them and screwed firmly with J Huttons The count gave me a dollar to tell him truthfully If Miss do Hlehe was ut home. Tho Mnid And did you? Huttons Not much! 1 told Miss do IMchc nbout It, and she gave me a dollar to tell him she was out. Hay City Chat. A d scteWH. fulnll-mento- d onyur-quenc- en self-sncrHl- ro The top conrdsU of three pieces; 2 e 17 by 31 inches of them an and the middle board 10 by 34 inches. Kneh of the ml pieces of the table top has 2 cleats, secured to their under side, w hieh embrace the crossbar. They are so placed that the end boards may be pushed together, forming a circular table, or to pull apart wide enough to insert the middle hoard between them. The middle hoard has dowel pins to correspond w itli suitable holes in the end board. The cleats which embrace the eros-t-hold tbc table top firmly on the frame, but should lie loose enough to allow to slide along it and so extend the top. I'or a family of four persons the table will be large enough, as its dimensions ore an oval. 31 by 44 inches. Tho total height Is 27 inches and may be constructed at a very slight outlay for materials nnd presents n good appearance. C. Harris, in l'arm and Home. semi-circlar Of-fri- Ilpavy I'all. I Young Lady notice lieutenant? Impecunious Lieutenant Yes, 1 had tho misfortune to crush my foot very badly. "Did something heavy fall on it?" "Ycjs; I nccidentnlly dropped my poekotbook." Testis Sif tings. I.nvo' Scronil I.ooU. They cleat ly were butlt for each other They rrmnrkeO this rkrIii am) ngatn; If fate had not brought them together ' Vhnt failures their lives would have been. Hut after lhyM drlfti-- asmioVr, Whpn love's blissful moments linil sped, Tliry shuddered to think what a failure Tholrllvts would have been had they wed. Kansas City Journal. that you limp, ceed readily she pushes the cork Into WCS .... the bottle, since the essential tiling is to get nt the fluid. si Shaving is the only use to which n man puts a ra.or; a woman employs it '"''Jt rTT"CaMHl' ft V J for a chiropodist's purposes. When a man writes, everything must n.ilcLest be in apple-jii- e order; pen, paper nnd Cookbest. nnd uro a ink must be just so, and a profound siLr ' Il'Tjrr" lence must reign when he performs this lTrr-- r Important function. A woman gets any lighten lalior KirfilijI IT" sort of paper, tears It, perhaps, from a n.m IIimprov h W . i1m3S IUI1 IJl ji ygffro book or portfolio, sharpens a pencil ot 110 I. food Don't let with a scissors, puts the paper on nn old your ntlns, crosses her feet, balances herself Jcnlci sell on her chnir nnd confides her thoughts you iiinAiier to paper, changing from pencil to pen kind. Send nnd vice versa from time to time, nor Utntnp2o. l does she care if tho children romp or the ifi l kUiL2ZiiZlX iv H jIUOpiucook comes to speak to her. inixar.tr'- fesp-- rxrw n.tnif A man storms If the blotting paper i not conveniently near; a woman dries the ink by blowing on it, waving the paper in the air or holding It near a FREE. "i "". iflff iJvlT lamp or fire. Malestic flrtfg. Co..St. Louis., A man drops a Irtter unhesitatingly in the box-- ; u woman rereads the address, nssureu herself that the envelope Are riveted together, not bolted, hence are air tight and can not warp Tops and linings ar? made of wrought iron and will outwear is scaled, the stamp secure, and then apart. throws it violently into the box. any three cast tops stoves. Will bake in less time and use one half signifies the end I'or a man "good-by- " of a conversation and the moment of his the fuel. departure; for a woman it Is just the "We have used a Majestic for 12 months. It bakes biscuit with beginning of a new chapter, for it is just when they aro taking lenve of each the oven door open and uses about one-hal- f the fuel of a caststove. other that women think of the most im- We would be, without it for twice the cost. EUbanks Bros. portant topics of convcrbatlon. A woman ransacks her brain trying Don't take our word for it. A trial is all wj ask. The best is the to mend a broken object; a man puts it aside and forgets that for which thero cheapest. One stove will wear a life time. is no remedy. Which Is superior? Llpplncott's Magn.ine. lutely necessary to open a bottle; a woman attempts to extract the cork with the scissors; if she does not suc- A mnn considers a corkscrew abso- TH E M A iS MIOTIC mm neci-i-.it- tops - tam ?T1 -- T - T'-- fgMPf ilW OUR 1 I -' & jj. i- -' r-- r- RANGES W. H. WEAEEN & CO. IT GLASS Tarnt-i- t MILLINERY. by Vene. Out til Ijircr Qiuntltlet h I I ir r v9Q uaiuuu, 'Pi Ilrlr-u.t-l.a- ll spun-glas- heir-at-la- isy uoenn mm u lea-son- s 1 d spun-glas- s trmiH-xjM'- Headquarters 'for Oysters, Celery, Fish, Game, &c. al-ii- 1 1 be-Id- em-bleiu- h 1 three-fourth- v- wit'-.Tlxsl- -- to-t1- n. trr-rlto- ry n. m rm r VfeCTx ut P'J U g m E. WILKINSON, Proprietor. LiOOk COH16 Il3 tl-c- i can-opene- r, r, -' &z$'t tor S. OARPBHTTEBj Notice to Creditors - "- ol-- ?! -- , -' (1 ' n .h i""f I ' i J0'T':itf iaJ-X- ;a ''r mispvv s d c 7&jf '0-i- 4 r I I &: iBJsa . rc-sto- re d gnmtific jwettew. ARE YOU A PERSON TO -:-- :- Grasp a Golden Opportunity? MOW IS THE CHJBLtfCEL If you wish to Economize. Such BARGAINS have never been offered to You or any one else as we are now going- to give you. A Chance of a Life Time. Hit the Iron while it's Hot. - 20 PER CENT. Discount on Men's, Boys' and Children's Children's Suits. Reduced in Prices. Overcoats Muchly Big Black Ulster with High Collar $7.50 and $10, worth Double the Money. Coats for $12 and $15 can not be equalled, no matter what price may be put on them. Neckwear, Handkerchiefs Socks' Shirts, Canes, Umbrellas and Rain Coats for Handsome CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Look a.t nnv lino and SA VE MONEY. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. G-love- s. THE BES T trict -- V-AJLiTTIE EVER . KHSTO-WJT- THE ne-Pricsu 1M EmidP EbPEhii " e & J. L. FROHMAN CO, - Clothfn ' : i DANVILLE, KY. Gum-receive House, tecotn-AdaniMcCor-mack'H I Being unordam- - have porsoii.il knowledge. I honfi thi-CongrrMinnn 0ena has 'd, Bro. Johnson could not btptize and will bo no contention between the mended David W. for amioint them, but thla was done by Bro. berland Presbyterian and Methodists mem 10 mo position of p stmaater at Mclntire June L531 and July 27th, and 'owr this matter There need not he. If Ueorgetown. their names were placed 011 tho renter the houe belong to the PresbyteriaiiH, Fire at Bowling Green destroyed Presbyterian church with reference to at Stanford. It was evident, however, either legally or morally, wo do not want Prire'a livery stable, Dr. J. N the ownership and occupancy of the that these persona could not attend oervi- - it. If they, out of for their own, residence and the Christian church building at Walnut Flat. As cea at Stanford, neither could the proper havo forgottH.i the ral righte of othera in church and partly burne.l Uo other some of the events referred to and criti- pastoral oversight be given them by the laying claim to the property and asaum- -' building. Twenty-onhorses periahed. cised in aaid report, occurred under my preacher of that place. We had been , fug exclusive control, Misa lln Cone, of Iroquw , III., a the community! administration, a few words of explana- urged repeatedly (oven by Cumberland will doubtlem amert its nreroLMtiv.. in' mom innuiiMti and unnatura mmbnr. . . ' 1. tion from me would seem to bo in order. M9lh0d,tt Mr of l y ""PPort more than She gaVl, birth to a child and immediate-churc- h .? is more than insinuated that the It in the aln.it Hat neighbor one church, and will vind.ctte the right. ly crushed its headagai.t the 'footboard Methodieta have attempted to invade the hood, but up to this ti.v it had not been Let there be no strife. To m,ko hw work uxa righta of others, by occupying, without deemed proper to do so. We were now Splendid Assortment to select from. In WJAhnold. tml , lh lh,,fl .. - ,n right or permission, a house that bolonna nnnfrnntoii trlMi Mm ,i...uttn uri.t Is now in jail awaiting trial for mur- Memorlam. I'reabyteriand. Please Rhall wolo win. ill. . members? And to the Cumberland on the dM,n of itl. uB J. derM . Juatice J. I. Snodgras?. to allow inn to Hay that, if the Method- It seemed to us tho proper tl.ing to get RobiBMB. by a laving unt . of the At. t .1 ists have been Riiilty of wroni; in this .1...... lugeuier, organize iiiem into a so- Thcro 11 sorrow In iiitjui icnuepm'o supreme court, n'lot and serijour heart matter, it has not been intentional hut ciety, aud provide for them aa best we ously wounded Jo'in It. A UnJo o'er your life has coma, an atthrough a misapprehension of the facta could. Accordingly this was done by for the darl winced ABRel has borae away torney at Chattanooga. ThH lawyer had The published an article to tho effect that tho We are the leaders. Don't buy till you see our stock. Remember in the caae. Wo would certainly depre- Bro. Mclntiro at hia rgulur appointment You light and joy of your luppy borne. have not loit your dartiaj boy. cate an act of injitHtice, nor would we on the 1th Sunday in August. No effort supremo court rendered a decision in a that we are closing out our Hut only parted for awhile, coneciouply perpetrate such a wronc wan made to tear down auy other organi IlejonJ the itart ia love bright railroad debt case of thoSt.ito from a po-- I hose A rehearsal of the whole history of this zUion or to induce perilous to come from You will meet iam his rodtaat erode. litical standpoint and not justice. matter would certainly be to our advan- other churches to ours. Mr. Joseph Mauley, of Malue. ia evi-- , Where e'er Ho teci a taitte too bright, fi tage, but would call for too much of your dently not As to our right to use the church I Ur heart too pars lur Uiit or Wee, to "th rmleoinrr of space. I shall mention only a low of the inquired carefully into tins before any lie boara it to that world of ligbt, Kentucky." When lo:d bv tho rep jrter To dwell In facts. that Uov Bradlny, of Kentucky, had appointment was mado. I was told on He leaves our I'aradue. hearts all desolate. 1. It is true that since the Uh Sunday rtvery hand thnt the himself a (xiidt.i.ite f'r church was a union Ho plucks our faueit, sweeten (lowers, in November, lb'Jl, a Methodiet preacher church; that it had been built by the peo- Tratuplanted into bliss they now Mr. Mauley eai-- l "K.ir wUl" Oh, Everything in the Grocery and Provision line at reasonable prices. has had a regular monthly appointment ple of the neighborhood regardless lie ia out fort " premdoim ' Adorn immortal boert. Hia supof do port.' Un. I suppjselie will Jinvo hfs Come early and see our display. the. church at Walnut Fla", and since nominations! allPintions as a in Leaves have their time to latl, ' union tho 4th Sunday in Ainst 1S'J3, a small church; and thnt we had es much right An J (lowers to wither at the Xorthlwind's blast own State Methodist society bun exiBtodi in that to its use aa anybody else, J10 deed to And stars to set, but all Thou halt all seatom fjr neighborhood. the property can be found. If there ev- No pauit or hush of merry thine own, oh , death, birds at that place wau er was any, it was made before '2. Tno appointment That siue above. the not made at our inattuica, nor did we of the present century and there Tells us haw coldly sleeps Inlaw, AND havo it in mind to preach there regularly ia no record of tho fact. When tho The form we lewtl. fifty until many persona in that neighborhood, hurch was repaired coiiki time since There are days of deepest sorrow, attach- Methodist money In the season of our life; resardleea of denominational was recoiyod to aid in ments, requested that my colleague, Itev tho work. In view of all these thingq, There aro wild, despairing moments : And the heart grow. sIlIc with strife. F.T. Mclntiro, cive them ono Sunday in and especially as almost the entire neigh- Vet, at last, we the lesson, each month. In order to securo this, a borhood (there were a few exceptions) That God knowcth what is best, subscription was made and signed by had signified a desire to havo us preach, And a silent resignation Makes the spirit calm and blest. ALL POTNTR- persons of all churches, quite a nuaiber we thought wo were justifiable jn mak After Jan. i, 1S96, we will be found in the two store-room- s Presbyterians among the ing tho appointment. This Thcro was a crowd that carelessly turned away, OHIO, IN P.'AMA, ILLINOIS, of Cumberland waa not the From rest. We have severat Methodists living first time the Methodists had ever occu- Ah! tie mound the spade had made that day. WISCONSIN, they did not know how deep a shade; in that section, but they were joined by pied tho house. The present building was That little grave ia your home had made, MISSOURI, KANSAS. the members of other churches in mak- erected not far from 1S.I0 Methodist Hut I know that bright hope we.e hid llenoath that I'ttle coffin lid, ing the request. preachers occupied the pulpit, at least NEBRASKA, COLORADO, 3. The only meeting we have held occasionally, about that time. I have How much light, how much Jiy, With a Large Stock of la buried with your darling boy. ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, there was held iu March WJo. I preach been reliably informed tliMt one of tho -Oh ' ye weary, sad and tossed ones, meeting for two weeks, aud al- greatest revival! ever held at - TEXAS, . ed in that that place Droop not, faint not by the way, though there were about 40 professions waa under the ministry of a Methodist Ye shall join the loved aud just ones, 'HE WEST, SOUTH-WEof conversion and eancUfkatiou, the preacher named Gite.vo'xi. In that laud of peifect day. This was wore not opoueil not long after tho both doors of the church FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS proient building was Your many friends,loss has near and far, come to you, Grieve that this during that time. Afterwards a general erected and whilo the original buildera Hut AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. the golden gates are left ajar invitation was giveu to persona who do were stiil living. As to tho exclusive ocAnd the loved ones are puung through. THE BEST ROUTETO THE Bired to unite with auy church, and, if I cupancy and control of tho property by You will be locely through the weary hours, persons signi . mistake And at the Lowest prices for Cash. We will be able to handle our fied theirnot, three or fourwith the Cum. tno Presbyterians I am greatly mistaken Ah ' you wilt miss him as tho day go by, UttMAN VESTIOULED COACHES. desire to unite if the regular Biptlsts havo not had a liul alas earth's fairest, sweetest (lowers, stock with more ease by having it all on one floor, and our facilities berland Presbyterians, and were subse- regular appointment SLEEPING AND DINING Cfli thera within the Are always the first to fade and die. 'will be better for showing our goods. So you will profit thereby. quently received into that church, and last three years. The Hardshell Bap- To that land of ancient story, SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE Whore tho spirit knows no care, From now till time to move we will offer all heavy winter goods at re- no attempt was made to organize. Andrew tists held an association in the building In that land of light and glory, IQRFOLKWESTERNRAILROAI 4. In May following, Bro. "We shall kaoweach other there." the 1st of last September, not by permisduced prices. CHCAPCST, DESTand QUICKEST LINE. Sugar Grove sion, but by virtue of Ihoir Fannie. Johnson held a meeting at own righta in miles back of the premises. Write for Itatcs, Star, two or three school-bous- e, DescrlnUl of olive Thia I think I have been reliably informed Californiayear's yielilestimated oilatfrom the amphleu, to any Station Agent, or to Walnut Flat, in which about 25 persona W. O. S1CVILL, ia groves ALIEN HULL, 75,000 m. r. naoe, S(U TrtlU( I'sm. if M'lfMasrriil. lilt. offered tbemselvea loi mauibsrabip in upou thoBU points; of most of them I gallons. teanuu, ri. liOaaOKI, T Holiday Goods. Walnut Flat Church and the Methodists. To the Editor of the Interior Journal. Somkrset, Dec. 11. I have just rend in your issue of Dec 10th, the report of the action of the elders of the Cumberland the Methodist church. , Toys for the Children and Presents for the Grown People. o .,.i , , ' ' , ' ""'" Chinaware andGlassware Sil- L.,.m ''I y, I Stoves, Saddles, Harness and verware at Cost. I fru-udi- y cd preni-den- t, FARMS & HARDIN. NORFOLK ip &u" c IS REMOV 4 La lea-- n 1 lUHiij Under Odd Fellows' Hall, Dry Goods Carpets and -- KORTH-WES- T, SI Shoes, NORTH AND EAST. I SEVERANCE & SON. Tlnie-Table- a, I'uir - - a. A a n