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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895120601 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. .4 i 3EMI- VOL. XXIII. r W JIiJ&JLj I INTERIOR JOURNAL, TTJH T T" TT f? V STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 6. 1895. v-" NO. 80 M IV r. V - ' ii LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Sweet Land or Liberty. ML YERNOH, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Liberty court without n iiiiirilfr cash "The snow, tho enow, tho besutiful -S- now is on tho on the docket in very much out of tlio writif.K. onliimry, but f null waHttmoffB thin time, The nuldel of KUUr George Go The ChrlstniRs tree will bo tho ovent to her credit be it Haiti. But wIjpii vou en's sermon Sundiy morning will be of tho season with the young people come tothinkof-it.i- t in rather iimiMinl "Masquerading." i ,'i :m&v. j hero. for the tlocket of nny county in Mr. George Austin has exchanged Kocb-iThe literary will ho enterChristmas is most here and you have friends or relatives who must of the "dark ami bloody ground" to be itis farm iu tho country for Mr. James tallied at iin next meeting by Misi x A-aL--' be supplied with Christmas Presents. A splendid line to select from county Oaa-clear of Biich n om and hotisu hu I lot in Lancai. ' cillo Jopliti. can be found at liBlonu no moro toward ivim: Ken- tcrI'riif. J. t Lwis orKani.xd a normal tucky the unenviable nmno she tiRHtlinn sv r The honu of Mr. James lavell near clat-- for Sunday school teacliere while ' .f the counties tliat nurround tier. The HryantHvillo was entirely coneumi'd by Itetumii: Inst week. Mr. W. J. docket is o light one throuxhout nud the fire on Sunday niuiit. The Iiouh mid SpnrbH was chosen instructor will likely bo finbuBim-of this term furniture were partly ooverod l'liuiilitKiviiiK services were held at MUSTONV1XIJG, KY. ished this week. There are few vinitinit the churcti by Ksv. J. M. Walton. Tho n,lcof attorneyn present and email crowds Any thing you want from the cheapest Toy to a handsome piece of The 1'ilsrimRge Dls'i'lnry near town wax proiiouiiCHl i masterly Three courts u year mhhh to be Gold or Silverware. The operation on Mondav under the fort Ity tlioeo who were bo fortunate ns too much of h ood thing and people do inrtti(tgment of John W MUlrr, hav to bear it not o h lu dayH of yore. ing inmle the first imM) of the eeaon mi -- Mis Tobo Lair, of LiviiigJtoii, will union Liberty has nude both that day. return to mi' homo this week from the einro I was thnre. Tlio Napier House, Miss Amanda A tMlerson's school at .lowph Price Hospital, wbero alio Iihb 'f-jj- . Were remembered in my purchases with Dolls, Toys, Candies, &c. heretofore known na the democratic ho- Krone closed lut Friday with appropriate been much benefited during her stay of tel, has closed door. KiisiiiciMi got too exercises. Mies AoiWioti imvo satihfan several weeks. JOHN SAUNDERS MURPHY. dull and clever Oharley Prwcott decided tionnllku to ti pttroni and pupils in -- Wo learn that Mr. Hrlnklny, whie The days of our yenrH are three-fcorto give the Ktchauce Hotel n monopoly her M'hool. in Louisville, fell down the steps and Too improvement liavo been the comMrs Johu K. .Stonnen i.Mve a dining hroko his arm. His many friends here years and ten; and if by reason of With Manicure Sets, Toilet Sets, Ihnquct Lamps, Jewelry Boxes, pletion of tho handnomu brick jail and TtiHsday to n number of years, yet is Iit nnrrinil ladv r.gret to learn of his misfortune. Mr. strength they bo and sorrow, for it id Gold Rings, VVathes, Silverware, &c, &c, built by friends, in honor nf residence, h new their Btrength labor her noiHlo, Mr W. F L T(l(Jtlll'lti i ill nf Ilia ntirm resiMr. G. It. Oowden and several soon cut olF, and wh fiy away. Pa. 00:10. 0. Wberritf, who eft Wednesday for her dences. The jail residence ia a beHtity new home In N'hw Orlciinn Though his life has been euccessfnl po -- 0 ir netnbirn g villago of Living- indeed and discounts tho one at StanOn Wednesday I'.OOO turkejh were, s,n "P'on Huutnmoiiial boom during cunlarily and otherwise apparently, yet ford It is very modern in appearance brought lo Lmtcater to bo slaughtered, tho holidays. Wo will not divulge any 'Squire Murphy, whoso picture appears With Table Sets of vat ious kinds. Lamps of almost every' kind. and Is a marvel of convenience. there being l.'.'OO in one drove. Scarcely names, hot a largo and roomy mansion above says there ia no truer words in knives and forks, carving sets, work baskets, and many other things Nowspaper men were pretty thick a day passes without several droves are "ear the river will rdceivo some of the Scripture than the ones quoted, that life too numerous to mention. Monday. Mr. A. II. Dyche. of the Lon- brought at its very best life is a failure and in it? hrides, we are told. into our enterprising city. Besides Christmas goods we are headquarters ior Fancy Groceries don Echo, was there In the intercut of bin There is a great deal of fiickneus decline not worth liviug. Born in Wayne and pure Drugs and Chemicals. Give us a call and save a trip to DanAt tho pupils recital at the Cincinnrt' paper. Mr. 1'helpa and son, Llllmrn Conservatory of Music last Saturday two "mong tho people here " at present. county, Sept. 0, 1814, of parents who ville or other markets for your Christmas Goods PheliH. workwl (or tho Southern Ken LanryMer young. Indira came from Bedford county, Vo.. he went took part, both Among those who ore ill are Mrs. M.O. F. B. TWIDWELL, Hustonville, Ky. tucky Tribune Rod vour bumble servant singing vocal solm -- Mimes Carrie Bur. Miller, Mis. Henry Gentry,', Mr. Ilansil into the tanning business as soon as he did what lie could for the "cheapest nud ai.d Mr. Jas. JoneM. The little daughter was old enough ntul in 1810 came to this nam Woods and Alice For Voting HiuinnM wasu't rushine, but I). N. Welch, engaged in tho geueral ' a'r- - Noah Tyree, who was so ill, has county. Martin A. Stemmons hadn tan y .ml on tlio fat. Aenph just beyond the then newspaper men are l to hard mercbandle business in Bryantsville, ' about recovered. hir-times and a dull day or m don't bottler made an alignment on Mrs. Nancy Honker, of Kusavllville, bridge on the Somerset pike and he Mondav for the Of them. to him, making by worning every day i ma creoiturit. i.lahllltleH St,- - J0 " oi relatives here. Curs. leo. Tribune is the neiuuioi AfThe Southern Kfiitucky 000 and Rwets eomethlug less than i'.t- - Hice is the guest of Mrs. M. J. Miller. aod every other night $20 a month. terwards ho went m partnership in tho name of a paper that Messrs. I'lielps, re 600 Misi Helen Ritchie (spent Thanksgiving I Henry Myers, put. ferred to above, will hogiu the public-tiotiTho exchange butlnps Is still being in Richmond ith her sister, MrH. Laps 841110 usiue) with Liberty In n few weeks, ft will ting hiB experience agaitifct $13,000 capiconducted at the pos oillce everv Satur- - i Iy McKee. Dr. J. M. Williams is spend- be a weekly, and the editors my it will day aftfrnoon by the Ladies' Aid Society I"g fow days with the homefolk beforo tal. In 13 years he had made $40,C0O Both of the gentlemen be of the Christian church. They have own starting to Kurope. Mra. John Fish is and paid out $oS,000 to the heirs of his puttier. are rantankerouo republican, however, Window Glass in all sizes. unable to refliiz1) borne mouey by thien .visiting In Williamsburg. Iu IS 10, he married MUs Paulina Myand i's dollars to doughnut that the pa terprine. After lebe tiian a week'sillness.Sher- ers, who bore him nine children, five of per wid have n republican ring before If the Madam is not "talking through man Colyer, oldeBt son of Judgo P. D whom are living, Mrs. Robert Bice, Mrs. many of its issues aro read. hat" again wu will very likely Invo a Ooler, Pticciimbeu to that dread disease, A. D. Hoot, Mrs. T. M. Goodknight and finely her Linerty'H bank is progreaoing Stanford, wedding on the Danville street next ineumonia. His Iocs will not only lo W. H. and J. S. Murphy, Jr. His wife and her olllcers and directors are As we do not know tho name of foit in the once hnppvhome circle, w here died in 1805 and iu 1S07 he married Mrs. of Buret??. Onlv fH,07fl of i's wee. ho was such a beloved member, but in Mary t e groom we will wait for further J. Johnson. $'.'0,000 capital stock bat been nd in nud society, among his old; schoolmates and In 1S62 he began the banking business the loans already amount to $2'),000; , There was another wreck on the L in the where ?ho had eo here an J was the first president nf such while the depuaiU rewch f ;!0 (Xl), or more V N. railroal tho section house faithfully attended to his duties as teach- institution here, tho Central Deposit CfcHhler 1'rewitt thinks they will make Tuesday. Very little damage was done er during the pnat five months. In only This afterwards became a National bank Biitlleient money by Jan. 1st to pay exand no one injured. This makes tho two weeks ho would have finished his and for the two he was president for 28 War to the Knife. penses of organising, rent, salaries of ofsecond wreck to occur on this road with- duties there and have bidden his pupils years. He managed the business almost ficers, and carry some to a surplus fund. a kind farewell, but death, loving a shinin a week. exclusively himself and banked more on A few shares of tlio stock sold the other Mr. Newton Rroiddu, of McCreary, ing mark, had choseu our talentecf young a man's honesty than hiB property. He was day at f 10.'. who recently bought out the livery sta- friend for his victim, and Tuesday morna fine judge of character and rarely made Ool. Silas Adams did not return to ble of J. Hicu Benge, has rented the ing he bade a long farewell to all earthly a bad debt. He amassed a good fortune, Washington to look after his race for Sweeney bouse on Lexington street oc- ties to join the heavenly choir. Many which he has divided to a great extent of tho House. He was satcupied by II. M. Ballou and family, and friends attended tho burial services and a nong his children, retaining enough to isfied that it would require a hard fight Your money never woold buy as much as at present, for we have will move his family into it. Mr. Ballou extended words of condolence to tho keep him in comfort. He also had several to win it and ho did not caro to make it. and wife will board with Mrs. James reached the A. sorrowing father and mother. farms and ma iu considerable money Uq will devote his entire time to the prac Itoyston. farming. OF A LOCAL MATURE. tlco of law and may never again take n Mrs. T. M. Goodknlght, of Frankfort, Before the adoption of the constitution hand In politics. Col. Adams enjoya the ia iu our midst endeavoring to secure a Collector Modes says thero ore that went into effect in the early '50? quietude of Liberty far more than hu clas In physical culture and elocution. eight retail anu one wholeaalo liquor Squire Murphy was appointed a magisdoes political preferment. IFe have but one desire, that is to show you goods and quote you Mrs. Goodknighl comes highly recomdealer iu Danville, at least they get trate, holding for six years and then beMr. William Oloyd, one of Casey's Bed Rock Prices. mended as a teacher, having taken a to do so. ing elected two terms. This is the only heretofore moat substantial citizsn8,mado course in elocution at Boston. Sho will William Gentry, a merchant at Mid- office he over held, though often imporan alignment thin week to J. M. Hicks, teach tho Emerson method if alio is ho dlesboro, ia under arrest for striking a tuned to stand for them. His assets consmt of his father-in-lafortunate as to secure a c!aj. boy with a brick, probably "I have been n great man in my life a 150 acre farm, well slocked and his W. T. Brookp, of Middlesboro, wrh a fatally injuring him. for attending toother people's business," When you arise some morning and find the sun rising in the West, to about ?7,000. amount visitor in our city Sunday. Miss Kllen Tho interna! revenue receipts in this said the pquire in a conversation yeeter that will be the day when Charles Wheeler will be undersold and not Liberty ia already donning a gay garb Owsley left Wednesday for Lexington district for November, compared with Oc day, uncoiidciou8 of the till then. Headquarters for for Christmas. Tho democrats had very and Louisville to visit friends. Judge tober, shows a falling off of over $13,000. he was perpetrating. No one who knows little to bu thankful for Thanksgiving James Denton, of Somenot, is tho guest Collector Bodes reports a total of $71,-ia- him however will take it in the offensive and that day passed by unobaervori, hut nf W. H. Kinnaird and family. Mis He meant that he had been gu r A Knoxville dispatch says Charles sense. It wilt not be so with tho holidays as the Bertha Burnslde has returned from a Drew, Selby & Co's dian, executor, administrator, Ac, for Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishings. windows boar evidence. show pleasant visit to her cousin, Miss AUie A. Arthur who founded Middlesboro, ia more people than anybody and so he Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. Sole agents for Royal TailMr. K. Tarrant's school dotes noxt Walker of Ktrksville. Mrs. Giih Hof. living there p'utiileu. He was n high week and ho will resumo his good Liber- itianu and Miss Buchanan, ol Crab Or- flyer in his time, but managed to fiy en has. The records of eeveral county ors, of Chicago. Others may lead but you will never find us distanccouth show that and they also show ed more than a throat lacth. See? Highest market price for proty letters. Tho Intbiuok Joohn.m. In- chard, were bore shopping Wednesday. other people's money. CHA.S. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. county roadors ss tends to give tto Casey aged 55, died that never a cent of nil the money that duce. Mr. E. Lewis Landram vUite i his Pinter, Mrs. he handled for other people ever stuck to from that county us any pamuch newB W. G. DunlBp, at Lexington Tursdaj. at his home at MorelandWednesday of per, it matters not where it Is published Mrs. A. G.Scott, Mrs. B. Farris and lit- cancer of tho stomach. He was the his fingers illegally. For 57 years he Iirs been a faithful solNow is the time to subscribe. tle sou, Mrs. Mary Kngleman, Eph and father of Mr. Bert Showmaker, agent tt dier of the cross, having joined the The present cold spell bus boon fine for f linily, Mrs. S E. Owsley and Mr. Wm. Mon Inn), and was a pplendiJ, Christian Christian church in 1838. He has been hog killing and spare ribs, backbone, Blackerby all left Tuesday for Dealer in- Phienix, gentleman. been plentiful. sausage and the liko have Dr. E. B. Johns, formerly of Dan- a member of the congregation here for Ariz ma, to make their home. It. E. The people iu the "Stato of Oaaoy" be- Hughes is tho gues' of W. S. Miller and ville, now living in Lexington, has been over half a century and has served the every capacity and to its great lieve in attending to tho wants of the in- family, of Knoxville. sued for $50,000 damages by Dr. Overton church in sitisfaction. He has always done with Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, ner man at all times and especially at whom he had jailed for obtaining $2.50 earnestness and enthusiasm everything ia a good tiruo to this time of the year it CHURCH AFFAIRS. from him, which Johns, cltima whs unSIDING, that his hand found to do and in every be with them. der false pretenses. Kov. E. W. Kicker, of the Free Bapof life has filled the full measure of I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. The many frtendd of Dr. O. II. The city council of Danvillo elected walk who have always admired his tist church, of Lisbon Falls, Me., has the following: 0.0. Fox, attorney; B. an honorablo existence. THE HERD OF A democracy will bo sorry to learn that ho conducted just 500 funerals. He basin J. Durham, treasurer; N. N. Lee clerk; G, When asked if he believed in the doc- a notebook tho ago, place and name of T. Helm, chief of police. Ray Moes, candiIihb gone over to the enemy. Tho efficacy of the prayers of the Cleveland every one of the COO. tor married Into a republican family date for chief of police, received five Endoavorers Bob Ingersoll said: "Ob, Tho Frankfort Capital says that Kev. though and probably thought that he . votes to Helm seven. we will have to wait and see what will R. H. Darsie gavo some interesting figPror, should agree with his wife on all ques- George The wagon of Pete' Glerman was bo doue. I suppose that God is busy yet ures and facts in his 18th anniversary E. 0. V. Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. tions. by a Cincinnati Southern train with people's prayers of Thanksgiving of struck sermon, preached Sunday morning to while crossing the ,pike near Burgin. last year, and has not got around to that EMKk9HHqI93-??FjP? Pigt (or tale from the beit typo of Reenter Thejreply of ithoj Marquis of Saulii-bu- ry his congregation at the Christian church. Gierman was instantly killed. He was yet. We will havo to wait and see whata Said he: The church for which I preach to tho note ;of Socretary Olney on Breederi secured from in belt herJi In several different States. Correjpondence Sallcitep o:k. from Kingston, Mien., and was on his will be done. If these prayers are the Venezuelan question is that Great was organizad 03 years ago with Beven way to join Fitzgerald! jColony, near tive then the Endeavorers ought eflec, go to Britain refuses to submit to arbitration charter members. It has received dur- Swan, Ga. j after Grover Cleveland, His message S. H. BAUGHMAN. J. H. HAUGHMAN. any of tue territory within ing its entire history, 1.3SI members. its claims on The foot ball panic) between Centre he needs it." line and there Is pros During the entire 18 years of my stay College and tho L. A. 10. 'a set for next reads like the SchomburRh there have been SGI persons added to it, This is published for the consideration pect of some; war talk. declared off. Thore about half of them by confession and Saturday has been 780,000,CK)0"pennle8In cirof the young ladies of the Presbyterian are upon the part of baptism, We have at present a mem- was serious objection culation in thlsicountry, and the public bership of a little the college ofiicials, andfcalso upon the church, who will give a birthday party over COO. We have of flomejpf the stu- on tho 20th: "We mean to try a penny is absorbing them atjjrate of 160,000 a ralsod during the year, for all purposes, part of the parents the season after social at the church next time," said Mrs. to continue day, which represents adaily profit to $4,841.53. We have given to the cause dents, Watts. The little thegovernment:iof,$l,200. Thanksgiving. Patent "And what's that?" asked Mr. Watts Try ome of ourbrndtand you will hire no other Fancy Creole. No , Alpine Snow. Fancy Family, American of home and foreign missions $1,504.11. Belle of Lincoln and On Monday, 25 or 30 old Confedercoin is becoming an important Our Sunday school has raised $207.54. "Every woman gives a penny for eve, for institution. It has had an average attendance of 107 ate soldiers mot, at thethejinltiativo steps ery year of her age." taking "Better make U a penny for every year the purpose of Baad'ey's pupils. Queen and Orescent to Gov. Bhe is under 70. Then tbe contributions of a home, in for the establishment ticketa on Bale Seedi ol all kind, mixed and crushed to order Corn, Rye, Shipttuff, Oati, BarOur Speclaltie inauguration. Half-rat- e will be long instead of short." India The longest word in the Century (or all the helpless ley and Bran. Remember all Feedcrieri must bo accompanied with thacaih. Address or call on napolis Journal. Ky. Midland at one via the Q. & 0. and A. committee was dictionary is palatopbarlngeolaryngeal. of Kentucky. & fare for the round trip, Dec. 8, 9 and 10, The next longest ia tranaubstantiatlonal The silver conference of Senators appointed to solicit subscriptions and reAs agents good till the 12th to return. called for in Washington was a fizzle. 1st. 8ayingi. Ky, port at January court. for particulars. Ik 1 Imi hmi m Everybody. Il y - , s , 'S " . . brYi i 'A -- P. B. TWIDWELL'S, CHILDREN r j I n ( n j j o SWEETHEARTS WIYES four-Bcor- o Btore-houi- su h' j I j i , t." nt-w- ol A Splendid Assortment i K'oi-s- non-politic- al. j TOOTH BRUSHES. HAIR BRUSHES, AND COMBS. . ! PENNY'S DRUG STORE. ' Ky tun-gui- 6choo!-ronm- The m-a- r Us wheeler Emporium. Prices Lower Than The Lowest. door-keep- er Climax of Low Prices. use ed Temple of Economy. double-entend- re 7. Ladies' Wraps, Millinery, Dress Goods, Show-make- A. C. SINE, FLOORING, Stanford, Ky. CEILING, ETC. HLUE-GllAS- -- Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, m Mc-Robe- Duroc Jersey Red Swine Bronaugh, STANFORD ROLLER MILLS Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal court-hous- SEED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, RYE J. H. BAUGHMAN CO., Har-rodsbur- g, mm Proprietors, Stanford, .4H tWj-- - Jfssft v ' y v-- c h "iaill-WEEKL- Y iNTERlORJOUKfifll Wixkn ( the writer was a boy ho thought at Stanford, Kr., Decemdek W. P. WALTON. G, that a Congressman was one of tho great-eof human bolngs and worthy of homage and adulation. This idea gradually 1S95 experience till olT wore H. m ,1 m 1 The president's message, which was road lu Congress Tuesday, is eo very long that hardly one in GO ot our readers would wade through it if wo wero to print, eo we will condense it ior the ben-et of those who want to know what Populist Senators at a meeting decid5 is in it without reading through its ed that they would aid neither repnbll words. As usual the measure is charSenator Hill, of New York, is deader cans or democrats In a reorganization of acterized by a strong sense of responsiat least his de- the Senate. bility and earnest patriotism, which will than Senator Blackburn; mise ia more noticed since ho reauhed At Atlanta, John II. Royston, primake Mr. Cleveland's etate papers as nohigher. Baaten twice in his own State vate secretary to ex Gov. Northen, while table in history as they are strikingly in succession, ho sought to replenish a trying to crawl under a freight train, was d to the National needs and dea depleted pursa by lecturing on "Liber- crushed to death. mands of the day. ty," but the people would have none of The citizens of Knott county have Alter calling attention to the reports of it. Thoro was no enthusiasm over him ot $200 for the arrest of the heads of departments, he omits anywhere, his lecturo foil fht and worst offered a roward A. L. Dranghan, who murdered J. U. further reference to them except aa they of all the door receipts were ridiculously It. Hall last Sunday. are related to tho main topics discussed small. Under tho circumstances, there A rate of li fares haa been granted the finances and our foreign relatione. was nothing left for the Senator but to by all Hues to ntudenta returning to their The latter subject is discuswd at great take colli and quit. Sic transit gloria home for tho Christmas holidays, tickets length. The Veuesuela boundary matter mundi. to be good until January 11. is given prominence and tho statement --Tho name of tho Lexington made that in July last tho British governThe president has nominated Kufus will be changed January 1 ment was inforrhed that thia country was W, Peckhara, of New York, to be asso$5 is oflered for the best bound to protest against the enlargement ciate justico of the United States supreme and a prize of a new name. of the area of British Guiana in deroga- court, to succeed tho late Howell K. suggestion for givH. A. du Pont, of Delaware, was tion of the rights and against the will of Jackson. He is n resident of Albany, of tho floor by tho Unit-.- l privilege Venezuela. In other words the Monroe and judge of the court of appeals of en the StAtes Senate pending the Investiga be atrictly enforced New York. His name has been mendoctrine would of his claim to a seat in that bodj . against any country increasing its poeees tioned frequently for tho oflice to which tion In bis message to the Virginia 8ions in North America. The insurreche was nominated Tuesday. It is believGov. O'Ferrall urgea the supprestion in Hawaii and tho fact that its min- ed hia nomination will be satifcfactory to sion of tho St. Asaph and Alexandria ister here at his request had been recall- Senator Hill, whosa opposition was sucrace tracks and a law to prevent lynch- ed are the only references to that coun- cessful in preventing the confirmation of 17. ings. At tho sale of tho lands of D. B. try. 8ympathy is expressed for Cuba, Meesrs, Hornblower and Wheeler reek-haof the All thn colored members Stapg hero next Monday, 9th, I will sell Bhe is not yet in the attitude that but South Carolina constitutional conven- a pair of work mulcH, two horeee, 35 would justify tho U. S. in recognizing f Tun committee at Frankfort has ex- tion voted no on tho final adoption shares turnpike Htock and tho Lincoln her as a belligeront, our international du. inau the constitution, objecting tothesuffrflge Oo. rlohtto sell the Lane fence. 8. P. tended n general invitation to the ties preventing it. The a83iuanco is next Tuesday and as provision, Stngg, Admr. made that our missionaries shall be pro- gural ceremonies Frakfort society is all torn up over railroads offer a rate of one fare for Cojle, Kennedy & Co. have drcesed country the tected at any cost and that this a great many people, es- the revelation that one of the incoming and shipped to Bostou 10.000 turkeys demanded that a special American the round trip, has pecially republican people, will go. The republican State officers is a butcher, and this seanon, the gross weight of which commission shall investigate the whole inaugural ball that night promises to that he must be invited to all the bwoII was 90,000 pounds. The average weight matter of massacres involving our citi eclipse anything previously attempted in functions. of the turkeyB has been 11 pounds, and zens. Fire at Indianapolis destroyed prop- the price 6 cents, or a total of 50,000. which will do eva firm stand on the city under the hill, The president takes erything in its power to welcome the erty in the heart of the wholesale dis- Richmond Climax. the currency question. He treats the coming and speed the parting guests. trict valued at 1500,000. Several fireAt the public sale of Jersey cattle subject exhaustively and suggests as a men were injured, and one or two it is held in Louisville by Kentucky breedremedy for present troubles the retireThomas Brackett Rekd haa great believed, will die. ers, 19 cows averaged $95 00. The highment and cancellation of the greenbacks cause for self congratulation. After four The New York Central railroad haa est .00 waa paid by J. E. of and treasury notes, and the increase years of retirement there from, he is under most adverse cir- Bobbins for Jubilco Etheel 99697. Twenty-eiNational banks, pro again elevated to the speakership of the demonstrated the circulation of the can run the fastest ght heifers averaged 140.40, and low inter-ta- t House by a unanimous vote of hia party cumstances that it posing to substitute train in the wcrld, 53 1 3 miles an hour eight bulls ayeraged $30. for paper mmey and making and apparently tho approbation of the bonds for 110 consecutive miles, T. P. Embry got in Saturday from them a basis of circulation for the bankp, country, judging by the election returns. F. Howard and J. Maloney, two Atlanta and other pointa in Geogia. He conferring authority to issue notes to No man wbb ever more thoroughly enyoung men of Green Bay, Wis., have feoling in Southern the full amount of the par value of the dorsed than he, despotic rulings, extrav- started to roll two beer kegs from Green reports a little better encouraged over stock markets and is secure it. When this agant appropriations and all. bonds deposited to Bay to St. Louis on a wager. They tho outlook. Ho sold two car loads of cot silver bullion in the is done he says the put to breaking rock. e ton malt's for an average of iSii per head, Tqerb is a in Letcher conn ought to be treasury might be coined, thuB adding to court of appeals reversed the selling them to a wholesaler. Advocate. Tho our silver coin about $178,000,000. He ty named "Democrat," which judging case of George Green, sentenced in The Richmond Climax says that would also empowerational banks with from the election returns, is the only dunked for murder, and the Mondav waa an unusually good court His as- thing in the county animate or inaniauthority to establish branches. case of Clarence Bevill, sentenced in taking sertion that no bonds have been sold to mate that has such a name. In view of Hart to life imprisonment for killing his day for business, many merchants 3C0 cattle oflered in $400 to $600. The supply deficits in the revenue, and that all that has happened and is about! to mistrers. Oarithers A sold briskly ot 2 to 3J. tb'e'ooly occosion for the 6ale of bonds happen, we move that the name of the Mr. Lodge introduced a resolution Beard bought a car load of mules at $25 gold reserve, mainoffice be changed to Bradley and may was to replenish the in the Senate forcibly approving the to $100, another firm gave at the rate tain the public faith and continue specie God have mercy on it. Monroe doctrine, and Mr. Call, of Flor- of 1 05 a head for another car and a pair payments, is in direct conflict with the aged mules sold for $230 Tns editor of the Georgetown Times, ida, introduced a resolution directing of statement of leading republican politiof Cuba bo accorded who ought to know how it is himself, that the insurgents Cleveland's mepsage is a winning cians, but it is true nevertheless. The gets after us for leaving a syllable out of belligerent rights. platform for the democrats to make next issue of $102,000,000 of bonds was J. Irving Piercp, of Chicago, who has year'n fight on. It is morn than that -- it a word. Did Bro. Ball ever have to by the withdrawals of gold for forintelligent compositor, charge of the work ot collecting the fund it a declaration of principle to which ev wrestle with an eign shipment, speculation and hoarding tho republican conven-Hon- , ery patriotic American can subscribe. legislation in the past or have an intelligent compositor wrestle of $100,000 for Louisville Poet. because of unwise says that good progrfss ia being Then he can't gold reserve is no better off now with his copy? No? and the made, and tho prospect for securing the sympithizj with tn. NKW ADVKKTIHKMENTK. than when the raid was first started and amount is encouraging first issue of bonds was made. Since the Tub Lexington Leader, with its usual ol Bull Run was Bold -- Tho battle-fiel- d 1870, when the treasury resumed specie proresslveneps, printed the president's Monday at from $2.50 to JO pbr acre. payments, over $105,000,000 gold has been mcs?ago the day of its delivery to Con- Thirty-fou- r years ago last July the withdrawn from tho treasury by means gress, but it had space for precious little Washington government would have of legal tender notfe, and of that vest else after it was set up. It was tho best per foot for it, and gladly paid $1,000,000 sura over $375,000,000 were withdrawn af- reading that its patrons have had for a it would have been cheap at that. Invitct vou to look over his sloik and select tour ter the passage of the Sherman eilvtr long time, so they readily excused the Frratnis Nice line M Kutnilnrt" With Gen. Walker, of Virginia, at Christmas !..... t beyond cavil paucity of ...I.a Ua.Kltl ...,-- . ft. w. CI. law. The president shows lblt.llllJK other items. head of the flection comraitteo, and srrlng Seats, lUliy Will. Husgics, Hobby Hones, Kancy the gold and Bilver-a- t C!rAlilpt. tiafril'l.. fnr fhllilrnn fllllf-l- l l that the parity between one of its Mr.Colson, of Kentucky, Surof various kinds. 10 to 1, can not bo maintained alone The Louisville Times printed the pic- members, there will not be much chance StovesVehicles ot iny kind.HuirtfH'S, 1'hsttoni, Ca'l and re reys, .r country and citeB our own exper- ture of a pretty girl Tuesday and put her u. .9. r . tin vr tr It by thia n.i iam onvllle, Kr. for Owens und Kendall, or any other llus ience os proof that it can not. The mes- nameeo that she would have to stand on Southern democrat. Washington Dissage cloaeB with the assurance to Con- her head to read it. This ia taking un- patch. .. the assigned Es In tho Matter gress that while the remedies that he due advantage of youth and innocenca A Constantinople dispatch to the tate of W. G. Welch. suggests are prompted by his best judg. and deserves to be rebuked by all who London Telegraph says the Powera havo bound to them but is pro, object to seeiug a lady turned upside presented an ultimatum to the Porte, raent, he is not ! with the threatening to force the popsage of the pared to down. Dardanelles unleBS firmans are issued in perfecting any other measure promisTho creditors of said estate are hereby notified HEWSY NOTES. atslGDce his ing thorough and practical relief, adding within 72 hours permitting the extra to present their claims to tho Ky., beforeatthe loth In tho town of Stanford, in every January, 1895, verified as required by taw day of "I will gladly labor with them There are 103 new faces in the pres- guard ships. Uusmv. If the republicans carry aa many and I'tHCEOOF all patriotic endeavor to further tho inter- ent Congress, the greatest number ever K.C.WARRKN. Assignee of W. O. Welch, 80 4 1 States in 1890 aa they carried in 1891 and ests and guard the welfare of our coun- recorded. try, whom in our respective places of duThe 11 cables now in operation 1895, they will have pa large a majority ty we hnve undertaken to servo." across the Atlantic have coat upward of in the Senate in proportion to numbera as they now have in the House of RepThe entire message shows the impress $70,000,000. for tho greatest patriotism and the desire Dr. Cary B. Blackburn, only eon of resentatives. On the 4th of March, 1899, Lincoln Circuit Court. greatest number. There is the late Gov. Blackburn, died at Louis- there would only be 20 democrats in the good to the D. B, Stags' Administrator, Pluntlff. Against no appeal to party or to partisanship, no ville, aged 68. Senate out of 90 and it would take the Jesna P. Stage and others, Dcfcndents. triNotice of Sale. Tho mercury la said to have reached democrats eight years of auccesslve eflortto present striking phases, no JinPursuant to a judgment and order of aal of Boil- four degress below zero at St. Joseph, umph to again regain the ascendancy. sajd Court, rendered at ll October term, i8a, in goism and no play for a third terra. the above styled action, tho undersigned Comed down to the fewest number of words Mo,, thia anap. Thiaia a beautiful prospect ior an qui missioner wfil on Three ships on the Pacific are long democrat to contemplate. the message stands for peace with honor, 1895, money and the maintenance of overduo, and Hia feared the 150 souls on sound Being 1st day'of the December term of the MATBjMqNlAl MATTERS. every public obligation. board have perished. Countv Court, betcre the Court Housfc dcor. ol Stanfoid, Ky., between the hours in Oapt. H. H. Tatem, for years Danville, and of the town 3 p. m., sell at public outcry to the Mr. Johnson Allen, of 9 a. m. and the following described auditor of the Cincinnati Southern rail- Miss MariejTunls, of California, who ia highest and best bidder,situated in Lincoln CounAs Gov. Bradley la not yet omnipresreal pioperty, which is any living way, died this week, agod 65. ent, though more eo than ty, Ky., on the waters of the Ha ging Kork and visiting there, will marry on the 11th. being the farm which the late D. D. Stapc owned Gov. Turney has offered a reward of man, he can not fill the two important SarahiLewie, a widow, 45 yeaia and upon which he resided at the time of his Mrs. death. Said f rm If bounded generally as f.llowi: engagements fixed for Dec. 10. His in- $250 each for the capture and conviction old, worth $35,000, has eloped froiA On the North by the Und of w. P. Carter on the aged South by the Old Peak place, on the West by the augural aa governor and the meeting of of tbeFayettoville lynchers. W. Va., with ChaTrlta Jones, Old Tburmona place and on the East by the Only tho First and Second regiments 17 years. the National committee occur on the Hanging Kork. Said Frankfort, the oth- of the State guard will be called upon same day, the one in Dr. J. P..Flannagon, of Boyle, old 125. Acres, er in New York, so he will Bend his man for service at the inauguration. enough to know better lor he ia 74, elop Farm pols of Und. Tho farm is to say Walter Forrester, In a wreckton the Savannah railroad ed to Jeffersonvllle with MIbs 8allie 3 roods, and 13 Friday, that will be sold as a whole and free from the claim t f near Jacksonville, Fla., 20 people were Sams 23, and married her. to represent him at the latter. Jessie P. Stagg to dowtr in the land, she having waivtd her claim to nave her dower alloted to her injured, among them six Kentuckiana take her oower iiiterest In and of tho in land out otagreeing to money the sale price of the land. The perA Washington dispatch saya Courier Journal Job Printing Co. unknown here. Thk being insufficient to par the debts of sonal estate of the public printing Thero ia believod to be no prospect member from the Bloody 11th: Repre- tho decedent, the farm will be sold for the purwbb knocked out pose of raising a fnnd to discharge said debts and fattening ofr it for years. whatever of the enactment by thia Con- sentative Colson is the youngost-lookin- g thfa time, after theccstscf this proceeding. have lost his pull gress of any measure in line with the member of tho delegation. Just at presTerms Credit ol 6, 11 and 18 months. Bond, Gus Straus seems to with approved personal security required of puralThe printing fund president's recommendation for the re- ent he feeU buj importance, but thia chaser, payable to the Commissoner and having or waa'too greedy. have awarded tho print-lu- tirement of the greenbacks. It ia ways wearaaway when a new Congress- force ande effect or a judjrneut.In Danville and Crab Thirty-litcommissioners shares of stock s to Ihg GeprgeG. Jthought that such a bill would not re- man finda he la not a necessity. He is Orchard pike and right to sell the La 00 Patent of the in Lincoln County. c. eecood-cUs- a ceive rnore than 100 yotea in the House bright and looks capable of doing good R. C. YVAKRKN, Fetter Printing Co. and ttw M. C. L. C. C. Nor. si, tfca. nor more than 25 in the Senate. wpr. committee Bradlef.Gitbwt Co. to the $118,-091.07- ll 15,-20- as we got more now we rather look down than up to one. The crop of short horaos Bent to niako our National laws growB Bhorter every year, till now they do not rise in mental ctlibre boyond the average State legislator. The present Gougress is almost a parody on tho Congresses of the long ago. Therb aro very few men of note in it Hnd ko could name Bcores who would better adorn n corn field than a seat in the Oongiess of the United States. Thn noiun rnnilldnrn for chaolaiu Of Mr. Reed's 54th Congress got just two votes in the republican caucuses. The Mississippi at Burlington, Iowa, is frozen eo Bolid that the farmera aro hauling produce in heavy wagons over it. Kentucky's republican Congressmen, except Mr. Pugh. will come marching hdrue to see a republican governor inaug urated. Estimates of appropriations required by the government for tho fiscal year 3. ending June 30, 1895, aggregate FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. well-time- Prees-Tranecri- pt legip-lalu- re Mrs. Ed Wilkerson Bold to Dr. Steele Bailey a jersey cow for $55. The King farm on the Hanging Fork was bought by tho heirs at $40 75. There are ISO acres. -- George F. Wood sold 18 feeders, averaeo, at Paris at $3.44 J, and another lot sold there at $3 23, The Harrodaburg Sajinga tells of several Bales of hogs at 3 10. corn nt $1.25 and 75 head 1,700 pouud cattle at 4c. Tho Winchester Democrat reports the sales of 73 hogs at 3.20 to be weighed after being driven 14 miles and 20 head of 1,510 pound cattle at 4c. Fon Sale. Thirty tonn of uico tim othy hay and a lino Jerpey cow with heifer calf. R H. Crow, Shelby Oily. Lost. Two year old red steer, mark-c- d in left ear with crap and split. Also a yearling boiler with white face. Rea sonablo reward. G. M. Brown, Liburty.' At Woodard fc Shanklin'a sale of thorough-breyearlings at Lexington Tuesday 110 bead averaged $207, which advancshows that this clues of stock ing. The commercial apple crop of this country has been estimated for tho prtB-oyear nt 00.000,000 barrels. This is ono of the largest crops in the history of tho country. James B Parks sold 100 export catt o to Weihl iat week. They wero the best in the county and weighed between 1, 000 and 1,700. Price paid was 4 35 R cbmond Pantograph. The Danville Advocate BavB that Simon Weihl und Monte Fox, agents, bought 031 export cattle last week at 4 cts. The lota included 212 of J. C. Caldwell, W. H. Murphy 18 and J. P. Rifle 1,-2- 00 Bargains Another gala week for the Economical at The T LOUISVILLE STORE! The Feast continues. Look in any direction and the eye rests upon an elaborate price feast. Not a single item, big or little, gets away from the price reduction. Each department adds its quota of rxecp. tional values; To take you through the store in this announctnent showing the countless ways, YOU CAN SAVE All-wool, ould be and endless task. We take those nearest at home, leaving your good judgment to urge a visit early this week. $$ d Ladies' Hosiery. fMen's Half Hose. Fine quality, plain or ribbed home knit socks !5c, black cashmere, value 25c, 15c for black and yray ca&limcre 20C, week. worth 35c. Extra quality of Fast Mack Fleece lined Cat Hose, value 40c, MEN'S UNDERWEAR. this week 25 c. Ladies, Misses and Children's black ribbed hose worth 10 now 5 c. A good heavy ribbed suit never sold less than 75c, we arc selling LADIES' UNDERWEAR. them at 50c per suit or 25c per Heavy ribbed, fleece lined Union garment. Extra heavy fleece lined that is suits 50c, worth Si. considered cheap Si. 50 per suit, Ladies' Vests heavy ribbed, we arc selling them at Si. worth 25, we sell them at 15c. nt (DAPJISS ANID oJA10IF,TS The newest and most fashionable material, beautifully made up, ranging in prices from Si. 75 lo S'S.oo No person in want of a suit or coat should not fail to attend this most important sale of men's and boy's clothing. We have just opened a new lot of single and double breasted sack suits, made up from the newest and most fashionable material and very attractive patterns. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STA1TFOHD, K'Tm A: URHANSKY & CO., Proprietors, T; D. RANEV, Manager. Hranch Stores. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, price-$237- long-tim- e, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. We are pleased to announce the arrival of our- - post-offic- Fay-ntfotn- hA HOLIDAY ",Cr' imrvlr tIv TVS T TT.TS TS-- - -- : STOCK, f all And that we arc now ready for business with a rare assortment of dJ SWJLJZLZS ".i 1 x GIFTS occ?s-ione- d For old an i young. Style, merit, worth, quality and low price combined. DANKS, The Jeweler. Look In. Come In. T .ll-llIIT-. WINDOW DISPLAY Of the finest line of Pipes ever shown in Stanford. In Stationery, Toilet Articles and Druggist Sundries. , ..., L'alSw4 K ! H . ISO 1 1 n, rf Compounded from newdrugs and chemicals by an experienced macist. Druggist, Stanford, Ky. law-make- rs Notice to Creditors PBESCRIPTIOITS I "vV". B M'ROBERTS, LOOK HERE I Scedingjtime is now right at hand; we have a largcjstock of phar- ol-fl- ee Commissioner's Sale Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is gcttipg short and we are offering special inducements to dose out a nice line of Buggies and Surreys. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Monday, Dec. 9th, Lin-ra- in 2p-od- d B. X. b, Contains 776-1,0- CLOTHING lien's and Boys' giiits and Ready-made 1 Over-goat- s, 1 g or made to measure, as. suits customer. Can fit any man. first-clae- H, ! J, J M'BOBERTS. - j ., ail. st,jiA u ,?,, mi-Wee- Interior Jouriie ICy., Wk are a great emprise to Santa Clans. Danks the jeweler. Stanford, December (5, Get a fancy vtBt at Shanks, 1895 latest agony for gentlemen. It is the M 11 m' I- - T ! jg K ' Oks word more. Don't put off buying Tennyson could take a worthless sheet of paper, write a poem on Itemeuihur everything KOts at your XmaB present until our Block Is all it and make it worth $65,000. reduced prices. A beautiful bdection of picked over. Danks the jeweler. That's Genius. rings too. Uomo and look them over. Penny 'a Drug and Jewelry Store. Vandcrbilt can write a few words on a piece of paper and make it All that is now, novel and appropriate will be found in our desirable selection worth $5,000,000. That's Capital. PERSONA! POINTS. Danks the jeweler. of Xmas gifts The United States can take an ounce and a quarter of gold nnd Mu. J. H. Faiimh, of Lexington, Is Sometuin'o now. See it. Tho Qioen stamp on it an "Eagle Bird" and make it worth $20. That's Money. with his old friends here. Ann belt. Tho latest out and tho pretM us. Joe S. Kick went to visit her tiest on tne market. Omites, A mechanic can take material worth $5 and make it into watch the Jeweler. mother at Cave City, Tuesday. springs worth $1,000. That'sSkill. To We6t EnukiiB. Read D.S. CarpenMies Mahy Dmoht, of Stanford, is vis ter's "ad" ami go to him for your ChriBt-mn- s iting MieB Albu Pope. Advocate. A laborer works 10 hours a day for $3 a day. That's Labor. tricks. Fine assortment in almost Miss Susik Laslky went up to Crab every lino. When we tell you we carry the largest and best selected stock of Orchard yesterdry to visit friends. R. G. Dknny is enjoying the National To tho tax pnjers of Lincoln county. Dry Goods, Carpets and Shoes in this section. That's a Reality. Don't romplain when you see your fox hunt in linth couutv tola week. When we tell you we do sell goods for less money than ?ny house Mn. W.G. Witiibrs has tiken a posi- property advertised. I must have the in Stanford, and that our economical cash plan enables us to do it. D. NewlHnd. S. L. C. his brother's furniture store. tax. T. tion in Mk. GiiitKMitcRtu ItmuiiT leaves today That's Reasonable. Call at Harp's art nailery and see disfor Birmingham lo aee his heat girl. play of photos recently made and you Dh.W. Malcolm Lackey, of New York will be convinced that his work is the Oitv, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. John J. " beet and his prices the lowest. McUoberts. M11. J. C. McCi.auy wf nt to CincinnaDon't eend away for your Xmaa hooka ti Wednesday to purchase the stock for when you can select from a line of new his new store. poems, novels and Juveniles at publishATMna. John Giiundy, of Lobanon, who ers' prices from W H. McRoberts. has been visiting. Mrs. W. P. Tate, .a IJavino purchased of M. S. & J. W. turned home Wednesday. Miss Lizzib VanPkit, of Lexingtoni Baughman their stock of harness, sad dles, robes, horuo blankets Sc., I am s, who Iihk lieen visiting Miss Julia ready to oiler bargains In same. J. 0 r. urued home Tuesday. ;ic Louisville Post in mentioning the McClary. Tiik All people of all nations, of all sexes and all colors are asked to It is too many wraps to have at this season and they must go. Our nrriv.. of Mi's Virginia Bowman, Bays AnumiikhoI ladies have sent in an "she h one of Danville's most handsome awera to the quotations printed in our come to our help in closing out our present stock, that others may success on Cloaks had us to make too many orders and they must go. airlH " last issue. There's plenty of chances for take our place. AVe are determined it shall go and unless many of Our success on cloaks load us to make too many reorders and we now Mu Geo. M. Giyins, n dashing widmore as the awards will not be announc you quicken your pace in coming to our aid it will be gone. Everyhave a surplus. Our first prices were less than any house in Ken- ower from HiiBtonville, woa here Sun- ed till Dec. 20. thing for Ladies, Misses and Children, Men, Boys, all ages, conditucky and you will sec below what cuts we have made in these cheap day on business (?) -- Perry ville Cor. AdAll people of both sexes, all ages, and tions and surrounding can find something to buy. Come and buy your vocate. prices. Kvcry cloak must go regardless of cost. I) Steele Bailey was called by wire all colors are invited to our great closing out sole. Come and buy useful Christ to Mt. Vernon yesterday to attend lay them aside. M. Jones, who is very ill of mas presents and Genuine Canada Wool Seal Capes with Marten edge, 1 "50 Hughes A Tate. pneumonia. j 30 inches long and 100 inch sweep, were $22.50. Miss Annk Shanks left Tuesday for a Miip. Nellie Uahtkntkr, who was in protracted stay, during which she will dicted by the last grand jury for keeping Russian wool seal capes with Persian Lamb Collar 30 visit friends in Louisville, Indian Terrid"l a bawdy honsa at Crab Orchard, was - inches long, 100 in sweep, were $18.50. T tory and Memphis. placed in jail Wednesday evening by And lay them away, while you can get them cheap. Our stock of Mn. M. F. Klkik went to Bowling Deputy Dress Goods, Gents Fur0. P. Newland. She will be Shoes both for Ladies and Gentlemen, Cfel Choice quality electric seal capes with martin collar, Green yesterday to institute a K. 0. T. tried nishing Goods is immense and we are determined they shall go. . M. lodge of 41 members, gotten up in $?r7r?,'S- -. 30 inches long, 100 in sweep, were $ I S. 50. Paid. Mr. 0. D. Thompson, the clev Come early before the great rush takes all we have. about three weeks by Mr. Sim A. Middle-ton- . -Zer adjuster for the London, Liverpool & Ct"1 Elegant "Vclour Du Nord" capes, handsomely trimMhs. Lucy A. Nibld, the temperance Globe, was hero yesterday and paid Mr. J-- rinrl fnr.r?rrr1 flit- in nimt mrrl ill i!inr!.Cf.ivvrl evangelist, has entered the local option B. P. Martin f 850 in full for the loss of campaign in Scott county and is a very his house at Rowland. The settlement were $32.50. earnest and effective speaker. George- waa perfectly satisfactory aa all Mr. Times. ( Stylish plush capes, trimmed in jet and fur, full sweep, town Lasley, Mrs. Seargent and John Thompson's adjustments are. Miis. ' were $15. A dispatch to the Courier-JournLasley left yesterday to spend the winOrange, Texas. Mr. Thomas Les- says that "47 men have been indicted by ter at ley set sail for Port Rica a few days ago the Leslie county grand jury for Children's Reefer Jackets, were $3. & Three have been removed to to prospect. Mrs. M. K. Daviuss apd Miss Mary Stanford for safe keeping and the others Daviess Dudderar went to Louisville have been released on bond." This Cfc A 7t-- Misses latest shape Jackets, were $S.5o. yesterday to have a specialist examine must mean Stanton. No prisoners have the letter's throat, which has been giv- been brought here from that county. ing her much trouble of late. Tiik Cincinnati Southern is doing a These are our sentiments in all dealings. We endeavor to give you Rev. Gkof.ok P. Trauhman, of New rushing business. Tuesday there were value received and not to misrepresent our goods. port, ia making many suspicious visits aven sections of a passenger train, all a man of excellent taete and here. He is s and one train havwith great discernment, if certain ro porta be ing 14 Pullman coaches. They were cartrue, and he is to be congratulated. rying Ohio to the Atlanta exposition, but Fiiikndb of Miss Florence Murrell, ol the travel Is nearly that heavy overy day Louisville, who is a regular visitor to ei'her to the exposition or to Florida O r7 P Choice of our finest coats in rough and smooth cloths, Crab Orchard Springs, will be glad to know that she is now on the euro road to - j"The Advocate boasts that Danville has Our Children's Clothing is what we sell it for. We will give you recovery. The operation for appendi to furnish "Stanford, Somerset, Lancas- another opportunity to get some unexcelled bargains. A few more Ladies' Uox Coats ol finest quality Kersey, lull satin citis was very successful. Cheviot suits at $3. All-woCombination Suits, Dn, J. W. Dawson, eon of Mrs. J. R ter and other small towns" with the black, lined, four large pc.irl buttons; buttons worth $1 each. weather, the predictions being sont there double seat and knee, $$, and many others which will convince you Clovi-lanWe have sold a big lot of these at $16.50 and no oth- Warren, was found in his ollicont 0 , tho other day nearly entirely and mailed to them. This was the ar- on examination. er house could match even at $20. parah zed and lying in n pool of blood rangement, but we have slightly broken tawhich (lowed from a gash in his head into it, with tho probability that the For any of stylish rough and smooth coats in new box cuiBed by ttie (all. Hib condition aince bles will be turned and that Danville will shape. Have sold all season at $12.50 and Si 3.50. is most critical and no wa of bia death is get her weather frommmStanford. This line is large and bargains are numerous. Good wool suits at $5. hourly expected. I.v the case of Mrs. Lewis Diahon vs. We sell no cheap goods but good ones at low prices. Mu. Jamks A. Ha mi ip, one of Lincoln F. F. Bobbin, tried before the county For any one of our $10 leaders. Thssc were specia county's best citizens, was taken ill of judge and a jury at Crab Orchard Wed values at $10. All the latest ideas. umaxvxasrz.'. pneumonia Sunday night and growing nesday, Mrs. Dishon got judgment for -:- steadily wor6P, tho doctors now say the $14 against tho lawyer, the value of a cow Denver Jackets with new pieced sleeves and riffle end is only a question of a very short he sold for her husband's debt. Tho Good, all wool double and single breasted suits, $10. have no equal backs. See if you can match for $G. time. lie has said for some time that he plaintiff was represented by Hon. W. II raiuraa, for the money. Also a good line at $7.50. Some which cannot be would not live through the winter and Miller and the defendant by Judgo W had made all earthly preparations for E. Varnon and it waa a legal battle royal. equaled for $5. the change. The preparations for the To Our Patrons. We ask every pereternal change had been made years and years ago son who knows himself indebted to us to send tho amount to this oflice at once. And we have a big line at prices to suit the times. Good Choice of any of our finest imported novelty dress CITYAWD VICINITY. The weather is too bad to go to you for pants, $2. Corduroys at $1.50. Fine dress for Sunday. Side goods. Have been $1 and $1.25. mmi it in person, so please call in and pay or pockets and top pockets. Latest styles. Call for these goods. Ammunition at Craig fe Hockera'. mail us the amount. How many of those Novelty drcsss goods that were 75c. Clothing ia going at about cost at who read this notice will show their apFxpNp-j-ShankB. preciation of our indulgence by responding promptly to our call? of seasoned boxing at 75: per 103. l w bmzZJ? &MT) fj&fffim jr m I ah selling seasonable hand Bawed E. C. Walton, Business Manager lumber for less money than you pay for knob lumber. A. 0. Sine. The Difference. 3 Don't you need uomo knives, forka or spoonb? Danville, Kentucky. m Two Hundred and Forty Gloaks and Gapes -- SEVERANCE & SQN. m CLOSING PRSCE Uig-gin- Here ! Here ? m 11 Q QQ !- XMAS GOODS. HUCHES & TATE. Q 00 -- to-da- m -Z- " Q RO ' it - - 2; ,Q 7F ' y, al 150 white-cappin- g. Right Is Might A nd Might is Power. Children's Long Cloaks at 50c on the Dollar. (1 ",-'- double-header- re-or- lH. .....- Sqare Dealings at One Strictly Low Price. all-wo- ol ol - $11.00 $ 8.75 $ 3.50 BOYS' CLOTHING ! $ o.yo MEN'S CLOTHING ! . . all-woo- Novelty Dress Goods a ! fiQpf All Men Wear Pants. l, OQp-j-- a 40 inch all wool, bright colored Plaids. Lot Joseph Williman, Jumbo. Has he Gone for Good? -- Some time . ago, ym. Chesterfield, manager of the SrxcTACLKs at cost at Oraig & Hocker's cash Btore. Fit guaranteed. 9 store-roomm hi NECKWEAR ! Ask the boys about them. They are beauties. RQp"t"ca Choice of all our $ 1 Plaids. B in centre of Two good town for rent. Applv at this ollice. $1.50 "Oneita" Union Suits $1.15. Prkschiitions accurately and cheaply filled at Craig & Hcker'a cash store, Wk have tho flneaj )lne of Xmas preS' enta you uve;saw. D.Vnkf the jeweler. We aro selling guna'at cost to closo out our atock. Craig & Mocker's caah store. ' :' y. " Xmas stock. We have everything a man must wear. Of every description, white colored, wool and heavy, Somktiiiko for eyery purse eomothing and has continued to roar. A number of working shirts and night shirts. Duck coats for feeding purposes. for every person in TJjnks the jeweler's snows have fallen since Monday and at Satisfaction guaranteed or Money refunded. McKinn.ey Canning Co. and a nativo of Ohio, gave a crooked check and got the money. On being confronted with the charge, be said he would go to Stanford and fix it up, He went, but whither it is not known to this day. As he left a sufficiency of property to pay the check In this department we cannot say too much, as we had a much and other debts no one has put himself larger trade than we looked for and are getting in goods every day. to the trouble of ascertaining his whereCall and examine for yourself. Our stock is still complete, but there abouts and he is now probably grazing in is no telling how soon it will be broken. Get your choice before it is greener fields. Underwear to Suit Everybody and at Prices to Suit You. OVERCOATS. if Wintbr came in like a roaring lion too late. SHIRTS " Danville, Kentucky. Fon SALt, Our desirable, residence on Upper iain Btreet. Call on or address Dr. Huglj heij; ' f; Robert Smitua, bue, ol tbp merj who captmed tbe pejjrpJej Rice, Jn Fay. ette and brought him here, refused to divide the reward and a eutt baa been brought against him at Lexington, chars-inbm VUh many IrreguUjjjiejj. ' g this writing a winding sheet two or three inches deep envelops the earth. A searching cold wind blew until yester day, when there waa a considerable let np in the frigidity, though at sun rise the mercury marked 18. Since the signal rervfee checked up so unceremoniously in ifa messages to this oflice, we aro not permitted to tell what a day may bring, forth, bat it looks very much like the wpret is oyer iar me present. Striqtly One Price Clothing- House, - 4. U, FrQhman Danville, Ky. 4 Co. ixsaaaauattapeuut iyiiffipiyyrit,iifiBTrT'Mw Li Semi-Week- ly interior Journa AT WIIUAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. HUBBLE. Published Evory Tuesday and Friday $3 F3R YICiVR. rT ADVANOM so paid rWhen not 32.60 will be charged." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ' Trains leave Stanford 417:15 a m striving at s:jo p. tu. and 9:10 p. m. nd 3 p. m. L.&N. Kc as. Train S. , Ho. ts, No, No. , LOCAL TIME CARD. -- going North.. ....... " South , ...... ....... ijpra 1 a 17 p m 3 15 a vx ta 04 p m 1 QUEEN & CRESCENT. Tratna pais Junction City ax follows 11 37 a m No 2 North No. x South ...3.5S p m " 3 " 4 .,.1.46 p m ' 3 " ' 6 ' m ...3.J3 a m 1 oq " 7 " ...... itoi a ra " 8 " ..3 37 a m a " tho 10 months' old child of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Perkins, died and was buried in tho family grave yard at Rockhold. Col. Thomas O'Mara has everything now ieady und will begin building his new brick store house as soon as the weather will permit. M. Clifford Weisner, who has been traveling with the Cunningham Quintette Club, is at home. The club has disbanded for the present. The thermometer reached tho IS0 degree mark here Wedni sday morning. Elder J. E. Terry, of Winchester, is holding a meeting at the Christian church, aesisted by Elder J G. Livingston, of Crab Orchard, the regular pastor. Mr. E. W. Caiu, the congenial bar ber, of Stanford, ts here visiting bis sisAbsolutely Pure.) W. Sullivan. The people ter, Mrs. A cream of tarter baking pow- are alwaysJ.glad to give bitn a welcome der. Highest of all in leavening in our midst. strength. Latest United States Tho S. 8. teachers' institute conductGovernment Food Report. ed by Prof. J. E. Lew's last week, was a ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., succees. The attendance was not very large, but those who had the opportuni 106 "Wall Stroet, Now York. ty of being present were very much ben A. O. Lanhsc John B. Cattleman. efited. Miss Biddie Weisner has gone to Colorado to vhit her sister, Mis. Atwood. Hon. Charhs Fiuley left for Colorado Springs Monday night to see his sister, Mies Aun, who has been spending several months there for her health. She hea had a relapse. Williamsburg Institute is proud of &OASTLBM AH the success of her foot ball team, having won 3 out of 4 games played. ThanksMANAGERS, giving day they were defeated by Commerce Building, Loui&villr, College at Winchester by a score of 10 to 0, but they were well satisfied Agents throughout the South with the game, as our boya have only had a few weeks' practice. Last SaturV?a A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, day they defeated the Middlesboro AthSTANFORD, KV. letic Club by a score of 25 to 0. ......8 40 p m ' 10 ,..6 00 a m office. 3 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no Turner than Junction City, uor on S inday. Ruby, Notk. Not. 9 " Hon. Q. A. Denlfam was in Louisville a few days last week. Corbin has a citizen 'with the peculiar name of Harry Feathers. i Monday wo3 county court day, but owing to tho bad weather, but few peo-plcatno to town. daughter of Mr. Lena, the Saturday night of Joa Manning, died membranous croup. Mr. L. W. Patrick has sold his inter est in tho stock of goods of Patricks Steely to his partner. Mr. and Mis. J. M. Blakely and M. and Mrs. K. D. Perkius are happy over tho arrival of sons at their homes. Several of our citizens are preparing to go to Frf nkfort and yell themselves hoarse when Gov. Bradley is sworn into o Hunter House's child is vory 111 of DR, W. B. PElTirZ, WITHERS -:- - &. -:- - HOCKER Co, Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky, RQVAl St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, POWDER HiOOl C3LfcI A Steel ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. fcseranee Compaq BARBEE W. H. WEAREN & CO. Wes-lnya- lw A member of one of the churches menNew goods of the latest styles just received. tioned sends us the following old but Call In and tee the Isrgast and best assorted line ever brought to Sunlord. Prices as low at the good story for publication: lowest. On a certain occasion a teamster drivElegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. ing his team of four oxen on a great MISSLICCIE BEAZLKY, Stanford, Ky highway was overtaken by a minister. TO THE LADIES 1 A Modern Church Allegory. Lamps, Queensware, Glassware, Stoves, &e. -- At the last session of the quarterly All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making tand Repairing conference of the Stanford M. K. Church, South, held here wo wore continually done in first class style. reminded of the absence of one whose J f PARKRK, I'roprirtor, pleasant face and ready hand has been - agreeably conspicuous at these meetings. Rates TWO I)Ol LA IIS IV Da v. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic W11 refer to our dearly beloved brother Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in ,his work. I). It. Sttgg. Aud as vo recognize the RfRiedtled and rcfurnlthen ihroufhoul. Larx hand of God in the removal ol our broth- auil CumwMHiiuHi (sample Rooint. Hall vrTue codoectivl .y KLNLEY. MR. EXPERIENCED FEINTER. er from labor to reward, tiin only bow rmiupt and poliln ivrvice 10 gueits.Klcclrlc 47 llrlli. aud submissively and mrv, Thy will be done. Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trill. OUR Ill'SlLINO INSl RANCH MAN, In consideration of tho love we bear for our brother and the faithful performance of bin duti.'fi in his oflicial explicitotfpiwcl th OM RrliaMc Mkhlcan Mutu-, be it al Lift Insurance Co., uf U.liolt Mleh.. can Iikoi. si) 1st. Tlmt we mi a body fuel write you all the i favorable plans 01 Intur He aiin rrnrc.nl. Ih. nlii ..Ii.hl. Tobacco that wt have !oH one of onr most faith ari. Warthousivf I nmsvlllc, Ky , and will a ' "" (S"'1 lltfcral share fill, churilutile and deroiinnal memtKrb' will , ifci,l ina ...ni.r ..I ik. el yur,k'., ironL'. ..n 1...... ' e'CM fcy nr rlisiue I.ltanl cath advance. whoa stiorl life w a would hold un as hij inenit miJ, n cMslgamMiK, bvtli in ibe war- oxhiiiiiIh for otheiu to tollow Noute smi cwuniry win te at Miiilunl rvrry eotiildty. I'aitirs waatinir hoctlmidi, fulie. or -- . Tliat we constrained to express money satwild addicts iih. hi Patnt LkU, Ky. m f oursorro that onn in the full ftrvngth Pranpt attention guaranteed. of his manhood should hi cut don by b"KI.NU A.VU SUMMKK. the I5 enemy, ami yet w rejoice to Something to Beautify tho Ladies. know that he was ready, lfu had learned Dally oprminmg Halt, Aowcraad laccsl the wondrous 8crot of abuliug in the We githeassiiraniNrto the trade that they wil STSw .nethinr New " find in uur m abll.tament ike sm ttrlutivinrtt Lord. Kill of pnurui, ha't atd all 3. That we extend to tin sorrowing leartlng novvltUt it. Millinery bcnnU and w the lor whick aie wife and little ones our deepest symps-th- y Vduwii ihrouglioui the country I hacutiM a fliiicli irimnfrr fur thcira-too- . Thanking you u r pail favors, c respect- in tho'r bereavement, but would oay iHiiy tancii yout pairansge arrcioiwe toiil c rally to them, mourn not, let your faith be UiUwi-d- . M II OOllDKKARKATL UUHUhKAK. Maaaicrr. strong in the Lord ntnl cipmhIi the hope ot tho true Christian that will surely end 13AST1N HOUSE, in glad fruition when you Hill meet beyond the river. Crab Orchard, Ky. A. M. Pence, John A Allen and G. A. Meet all Traini.alKht and day Patrons laken to Cox, committee. any part of ten-- I tee of Charge. MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. brain trouble. W. P. Bourne sold some shoats to J. J. Walker at 3c. A. M. Luco and S. M. Spoonnitiero sold Homo 900 pound cattle to Ben Hob- : : Ky. ineon ut 3c. Kubnnkn Brco. bought 20 Office on Main Street, Oppctlte tin good sugar mules from John Bauubiuan at $S0 per . T. : : Dr. Lewis wrt9 here a few days ago examining applicants for our Knights of tliti .Msccabeu lodge, which tins been gotten up at this place by your worthy HUSTONV1LLE, KENTUCKY. young man of Stanford, Joo F. Wattis. Olleli Hi xrvicet o lh! people ol Weit I,io ouu t,4y Lountlet. -- K A. White sold to G. A. Swine-broa- coin Latkrls airtityk uu Junu,tun noes. vf CoClu. and o( meat hogs U. ft. t,4fftlJici, ManaifMi Mid others a nlci lot 95 Ht;!. Sim Slaughter sold to Eubanks Bros some l.'JOO tntind steers at III. Jas. HIDES. will li kt nil the htdet I tun Kt for ca.li or lu tiadcler on Kobltmoo sold li.'J 200 pound hogs to Joe Cuil u) at bunlotd or at my hume lcilii iu Oituu. ntini. t.hat bantliii, Ituacr. mioiv at 3c. Dr. Herring informs us that has again broken out in Wesley OR0H A1W, L AW1T CKU.RDE1T Sutton's family, it has been about 40 dnjp since he dismissed the last case in FALUJ8 Kruit All that family and nnsr one of the little Shrill'., kindtall olKruit., and Ornawmtd 'I fees. Orii Vines, .tpar.gs, boys has it. Ac. Ac No a;titt Uu) dlicci and ae uiou- eyvataiouci ou aprl citlou to Oentlsl, Stanford, lit-ad- T STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKEH, d 1 diph-tner- ia - In Mcmorlam ($ im Ltsinitieu, Ky. BARKER HOUSE, Horse Shoeing and Blachsmiihing of all Kinds. E. E. EN Somerset, Keulucky. M. -- W. JOK2STS02T, m-Pi-ni- Range and 40 Pieces of Ware for $25. 1 ft-i- d I 11 - THE BIG : 4 : ROUTE, J. W. Baughman. For full inform aiion at to time of trains, e tc rite any represen. a'v Big Four Route. O. McCORMA CK U.K. MARTIN. Gen. Pats, and Tkt. A Fats. Traffic Mgr. M. S. BAUCKHtN. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, PROrRIKTOHS- - UVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. need liver y give us a call. Nothing but firtt-dturnouts will leave our stable. See us for.ates. In our at It you HARNESS SHOP s, You will find a good assortment of Harness, Saddles, &c Have your repairing done by our aan, he understands his butiuoat. We have a Brl-lle-- mechanic in our BLACKSMITH SHOP. UWcct Wlliguarantes Tiy our ho Arit-cla- tt wjrlc shocr. aid iitUfactOr FOR SLICIS ! Two Good Farms near Hustonville, Lincoln Co., Ky. Blue-Gras- s The heirs ol Mm. America Bailey, deed., offer for tale her two Farms, situated about one rallo wctt of Huttonville, in Lincoln county, on the Ilradfordtville turnpike road. Thete two Farmt adjoin and taken together conUlu 340 acret ol land and can be divided to at to Include about 140 pcret In the home place and 200 acret in the oth er. The building! and improvements on each aro comfortable and tubttantial. Each ot the farms is well watered und convenient to good schools and churches Terms reasonable. Title clear. For further information apply to either of ut. J. P. BAILEY, bianforf, Ky., J. w. HOCKER. Huttonville, Ky. AYETTE DUNLAP. M. D., Dan 35 ville, Ky. Having learned the names of each ox, he csked why the teamster had given the particular name to each one. He "Because of their several auswered: characteristics. Now that lead ox is a Presbjterian; he is a good or, very and proud and works best in the lead. The off lead ox by his side is a Methodist, When he comes to a hard pull be gets down on bis knees, bawls and uaws and whoops up; the whole team. The saddle ox is a Baptist, a good puller aud holds back well, but I have to feed him to himself; he will not eat with the others. The off wheel ox is a Oamp- bellite; he is a splendid ox in eyery respect, sticks close to the road, but when he comes to water the whole team can't keep him out of it. And I imagine by their mode of cooling when overheated with the burdens of the day, each one's opinion of baptism. Now the lead ox wants only a little water sprinkled on him, for he seems to think that a certain number of them are to die of overheating on the route and the water will do no good. The off lead ox will take water scantily, or he will even go down o it, for if he only behoves he is cool he is cool. The saddle ox wants water enough to lie in, but does not belieye it cools him; he would cool just as well without It. but he wauts to show he is ox wants deep cool; and the water wants to go clear under, for after he comes out he feels like another ox andean pull more and walk faster than he could before the bath." in-toff-wh- eel a ss s o s U) .-- 0 rfs n i? w ra "r ft t ' , The old story of Prometheus is a parable. Prometheus Has on terms of intimacy nitti the gods. From them he stole tire, and uave it to men. For this sin he wsh bound to the rocks of Mount and vultures were set upon him. rhy only ate his liver. This grew again ATa fast h it WRh pecked away. Are his sufferinga to be imsgineu? Tako a modern Interpretation ol the parable. Thoro is no cooking without fire. In cooking and eatiDgthe michief Ilea. The stomach in overtasked, the bowels become clouted, they can not dis For MONEY LOVING PEOPLE. pose of the food that is given them. The impurities bark up on the liver. Then come tha Vultures the torments of a diseased liver. Dr. Plerte's Golden Medi Have your Prescriptions filled at Craig cal Discovery is more than equal to the vultures nt dyspepsia and its kindred di& Hocker's. Pure Drugs and Chemicals only us - seases. There is no moro need of sudor ing from dyspepsia than them is of hang inz one's nlf. Sold by all medicine doul Accuracy, Promptness and ed. ' era the world over. Can-cajsu- Ceod Llvsiy Attached, day. 11 em -- Kara A II f IIAS1IN, Prop. Hotel (im pei W. S. BXTBCE, Attornoy at Law, StmiaonJ, - - Kentucky. Home. 1 s, FARRIS & HARDIN OZceon l."--i ter Collnctions recviv Strit, oppo.lte tht Court iijcUI amotion. S3 Attorney at Law, Stnuiorcl, - - Kentucky. e Wallaoo 23. Varnon, Fs-slc- s, ft Willac. at Exccutor,Adralnitirator and Assies Special sltmtlon to Settle-aent- i ot si Aito'Uey and frsl. sod Division of I sots' Lands. Office on LancasterSt over Supt. W. P. McCla y's otflce oo fln A. S. PIIICJK, I t- - mm lrt W' " -- C LOW PRICES! Guaranteed. ID g Mh j A full line of Druggists' Sundries always in stock. When most needed It Is not unusual lor your Surgeon family physician to be away from home. Such was the experience of Mr J V Schcnclc. editor Dentist, of the Cadilo, Ind , I er , Manner w'len hii llilie K'rl, two years ol a;e was thrcatenrd with a severe attack of roup He says "My wife insist cd that I so for the doctor, but at our family phy- Office tver McRoberts' Drujr Store in the Owaley sician was out of town I purchaied a bottle of MJlldlng Chsmbcttain's Cough Hemmly, which relieved 1 will net be without her nnmulUtely It lathe fuf ire " i'or rale at y cents per bottle by Craig & Ky. K. H. . Stan ford, Ky. I'UK rilky" house niLEY. Proprietor, -- H.G.RUPLEY, (?rCifJfr mltmihM1 Ib ways recommend it, and have frequently administered It to my guests in the hotel, and in every case It has proven Ittell worthy of uqnualllied endorsement. For sale by Craig ,V Hotker, Stanford, Ky. rheu-matii- I'icton is inanaurr of the Sta'e Ho London. - - ttl at Deni-emn Teii, which the Havr-llnsay la one of the bst hotrl in that irction In I have waved ta ray new Hols! and am pcaVirE of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and bttlsr l)iairhita Remedy MajonPir ton says "I hive jreparrd thsn ever to accommodate the public Livery attachwl and every convomeecs ds-used it mysrlf and in my fanuy for several years, and tike pleasure In saying that I cons'der it an Urtd. Give rat a call. I al J infallible cure tonllaiheea and disentrv. PRANK R1LKV, C T Kentucky. R. R. Noel & Son, ucccisorstoj. It. Koceivingr His FALL : AND : WINTER GOODS. call Goods Warranted and a PerfectJFit Guaranter !. Give me The wife of Mr D. Robimon, a prominent lumberman, of Msrtwick, N Y., was sick with for five months. In speaking of it Mr. Robinson sayi: "Chamberlain s i'ain Halm is the only thing that Rae her any reit from pain. For th relief uf pain It cannot be beat " Many very bad caies of rheumatism have bien curnl by it. Korsaleby Craig A Hockcr, Stauford, Ky. Hlggms,D.alersia All Kinds Stanford, of Coal, Kv. Portland. ..To tht., San Francisco. rTOMTMWEST ..Via The -f- OflOMItVlttt-.NtwArBAWYa CHmco RrTiS Ontf Dining 'Car Route From X1OXTISVIX.I.X KlegantjPuUman Steepen of Modern Pattern. For.msps or any infonnaUon, aldieis r x. H. BAC ON TKANK J. REID.) C. P. Af ent, 1 i or -(. D. r. A.. LjuUville . Chicago .....; f H1WWWW.1 TO CHICAGO. Vestlbulsd ' JDenver. HMHItlWMIWHI" to caii for. MONOH' Route. 1 st. Fanl. 2 There is a vast difference between a standard of value and a currency for monetary use. The standard must necessarily be fixed and certain. The currency may be in divers forms and cf various kinds. No silver standard country has a gold currency in circulation, but an enlightened and wise Bystorn of finance secures the bonefite of both gold and silver as currency and circulating medium by keeping their standard stable and all other currency at par with it. President Cleveland. Jacob Israel, a clothing mercnant of Morehead, recentlv came into possession of a sbeckel that is supposed to date back to the time of Abraham. Israel secured it from a Jewish peddler, paying him ?50 cash for the coin. Since November 1 Gov. Brown baa pardoned 44 persons unconditionally, and 11 conditionally and baa commuted the sentences of seven. Two more days and he'll pardon no more forever. The Hotel Kenyon at Frankfort hn b. ea sold to Col, Charles E. Hoge and Mr. H. P. Maaon for f 15,000. Moor's Air Tight Heater. TRY ONE. iye guarantee satisfaction. In Massachusetts 87,000 men in favor of woman suirrage and ' 37 agsinstit. As tho total vote for governDON'T FORUET THAT was 323,000, it is evident that some or 51,000 men failed to express an opinion THE FAVORITE MILLS, on woman sufTrage at all. In favor of AT McKINNEY, KY., woman sullrage 22,204 women voted, Havejuit been overhauled and repaired fmm while 801 voted ntrninet it. t0P, Jb" f"mou M.li We w II continue tho coal gini' old sund and will havebunneis at Mr in,,, ou hand at b" ""'en w. voted We w ill sell strictly for cash will deliver prempdV and will mike It & 160,070 the Intereit of the people of this section pay "' (. ,. Works, ltichuiond, It Uses Than anyjjheater in " y'ou ,'re As a remedy for all forms of Headache Klectrlc Kencedy a7 UI. Hitters has proved to bo the very belt, It effects a permanent cure and the mott dreaded habitual nek headache yields to its influence. We urge and well establ.ihed TbrandKavonte an wno are aimcttu 10 procure a Dome anu give dies' Kavor.te and Rakers' dhofc. this remedjr a fair trial In cases of habitual Electric Hitters cures by giving the Succsiorto K. L. Tanner needed tone to the bowels and few cases long it theuie ol this tncdiclm. Tryltor.ee. Large tot ties onlv v cents at A. R. Penny's Drug btore. Ouro Tor Headacno. Ind . and with rTL.-- A i. h'd VuSfM old ?...' La on re-b- StSAffi. Co. Less Fuel the market. T HE 'STOVE For Halls and 0"fficest8i .i ... Proprietors of... We authorire ur advertised druggist to sellyou-Dr- . King's New Discoyery for Consumption, Coufrhs and Colds, upon this condition: If you are afflicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung STANFORD, KY.j; Throat, or Chest trouble and will u.e this remedy according to directions, giving it a I air trial and no benefit, you may return the bottle experience Umr bus. and have your money refunded. We could not "ortM' make this olfcr if we did not know that Dr. Kings prepared to furnish I upon. It never New Discovery could belied FIRST-CLAS- S Trial bottles tree at A. R. Penny's arug store. Large sue 30c and $1. . Quarantood Ouro. G. B. COOPER, Wvery aud.Fcedj.Stable, ,ni!.'nndn.tP,.G.ydn it i lifciU- - I . TURNOUTS n, ?uurbn!rt Buokltn's Arnica Salve HIGGINS & McKINNEY, of jcinds., vVry LOW The best salve in the woild for cuts, bruMess around town will sores, ulcers, salt rheum, ftver sores tetter, chap-ne- d boys in Pie to deal with. Stop with u. chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions hands, positively cures es.or no pay rtpuired. It is It tusranteca to Eive titriect satisfaction or tnonev. rsiunoea rnei 11 cuu pir uoi. ror tai. d Myer, House A.K. Penny, blaniurd, Ky. u'.V.IdV raers' Wagons, aJdwuTiVg" ' 1 WWl whUil ty P"0 Th S.S2,dfKr. V - in.