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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895123101 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-Weekl- y VOL. XXIII. A LOCAL Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1895. HUSTONVILLE. , . NO. 86 NATURE. transfer mails between the depot in Louisville. rrof. Whitley Waldrop, lute pr'nM. , cal of Elliott Institute nt KlrfcHV tliw " Madison county, has purchaned Inth Independent. Mitohell Will Johtutono and met face to fco at Boiea and shot each other full of holes. Johnstone is dead and Mitchell can not live. Chairman Yerkes. of the republican State central committee, has issued a call for a caucus of republican members of tho legislature to meet January 0. The democrats of Garrard made good selections when they niiulo George T. Farris chairman and Lutchcr Owsley sea rotary of the new democratic county committee. For numerous and mi miry reasons, which he gives, Gov. Urndley pardoned Wbi, Fain sent from ltockcastlo for murder. He had served three years of his sentence of 17 years. In a fight at IUccoon Creek in Laurel county between Matt and William Dtztru on one side and Luther David wan kill, Bon, on the other, Mutt ed and Davidson wh mortally wounded. A horrible tragedy was enacted near Mrs. T.J. Lebanon, Saturday night. Dever were murderWest and William ed by u gang of six men. They fired Mrs. Wtst's house In which Dever was ntaylng, and when he tried to get out ahot him down. The woman was burn ed to death in the building. Tho reason for the horrible crime was neighborhood indignation because the two victims had biH-- living together, added 13"- the fact that Dever hail killed Mrs. West' husband three weeks buloro. Tom Smith, eoiormJ, of Moreland, I'hll over ahoi Himself through the band laat Wed aubetrlbors tht Intbhioii Jouknai. "t'ftdny. had, dlod at Corblu but week. o, Our city fallum forbadu tho The residence of T. J. Uoaklns, t dlnjt of flr'crckiijoud aliootltiR ol The wan destroyed by flro. " oodles on Mm atruem, which was a narrowly escaped death. a sky rocket ( Kood move and heartllyi endorsed by The Advocate pays that fall on the roof of J. II. EnRlomaira tmrn Hll. Tne white folks omitted having a and set It on fire, causing a loss of $500. K. A. Chilton, of London, was Christmas tree or uythiug of that 6orf, awarded tho contract or carrying tho bin thu colored folks had a big tree on Woods, one o! tbo best colored explo-rinevllllto-faml- ly 19 Dt-etr- - CRAB ORCHARD. Grab Orchard haaapnnt a very quiet and plemnut time during tbe hoiiiH)h, the pleasant pHrt being Its rumarbable quietude and sobriety. Mr. Wilhoyte, of Lexington, came and took away oue of our lovely youug ladies, Mfea Hannah MuFttll. They were married in Lexington Tuesday. Quite a storm struck the residence of Mr. John McWhorter Saturday night, but soon lulled into an agraeable calm as theentertniuing guests assembled. liro. Young, of Lextupton, preached his farewell Bdrinou at the Christian church last Lord's day and that church is now without a pastor, for a brief only we trust. There was a union Xtnas tree at the Baptist church Tuesday night, In which awry one joined and every ellort was made to render it a succeae. The tree was beautifully and heavily laden and every one prevent went away feeling that ' it was good to have been there." Mr. Will Brooke Is spondini the holidays with his mother aud sister. Miss Card is tho guest of Dr. I'ettui and family. .MtasSallle Ureeu spent Beveral days In Stanford IhhI week. Tommte Carson has returnod from a delightful visit to friend in Harrodahiirjr. Miss Bessie Fayne has returned from liowling Green. Mr. G. Adama, clerk of the court of appeals, is visiting Miss Huchan Messrs. Carpenter aud liolmnn on. Stewart are with friends hero. Mr. Will Myere, who has been learning dentistry in Cincinnati, la mingling among friends here. sea-so- n Card of Thanks To the kind and sympathetic friends who stood by me bo nobly iu my afllic-tloshowing by their deedaof kindness, that they are truly God's messengers ol raorcv, and to the members of Stanford Tent No. 7 Knights of tho Maccabees, who have shown that true spirit of fraternity which does not stop at the grave, but reaching across it throws its protecting arm around the family, I desire to return my heartfolt gratitude, which ia but a fcoblo expression ol my true feelings. May God bless you all abundantly and may you never bo called to pass through the deep waters which G. G. Wink. overwhelm me. n, Womtn art not tha onl- - ones who are scniltlv told about their age.. A man doesn't like to ! mat he li getting old. Health keep, a man young. It doesn't make anjr differerence ll he has lived been healthv So year. Iftheyhava will be hale and hearty and won't look within to yeara as old aa ha U. Good digestion and ilch, red blood make people look youthful. Or. Tierce's Golden Medical Discover makes rich, red blood, It makes health Id the rignt way. It works ac cording to the right theory, and in jo years pt practice, It has proved the theory Is absolutely Jorr el It at the bectnntnE beeloa by putting-- the stomach, liver and bowels In perfect begina it Work on the blood before it order, but it It aearches finlihca with the digestive arttent. nut dliaase iiimi Wherever thev may be and tote- bodyi All drug giite keep the es them out ot the je'. btns "Discovery." Tho Discovery Saved His Life. Ueaveitvtlle, 111., Colliouelte. drug-gist- , Mr. ......" G To Or. King's New Discovery I owe my i. grippe and tned all the i.ri Wm taken with la Tihrticisns lor miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Having for Dr. Klng't New Discovery in my store, I sentdose from the 6rt a bottle and began iUuieand using three bottles began to get better an.1 alter la and about again. It n. woith its weightII in "rrr.. ..a " hum. without ... . . we wont troid at W. U. McKoberts' drua; store. a free trial ky e aowmanVnt cure and tho mou dreaded habitual aaUEMd M procure a botll andlre caaes this remedy a fair trial. In cures ot hab tual the by giving Electric Blttera the bowele and few cases long re. needed tone to use ol this medicla. Tryltor.ce. Large tottloa wlv V cents at A. R. Penny'i Drug Store. Ouie for Headache. Aa a rtBay for all forms of Headache Electric nrivM to be the rerrbiit. It effect Bitter Slttow Wednesday night t the colored Christian chinch. The degrees of K intern Star ntid.Ma eon's Daughter were conferred on h number ol young ludlea nt Masonic Hull. Tho .Usonn leef very much gratlihil nt tho interest displayed liy tho ladies in their order. The judicial ennlno lias fallen from the ehouldera of Henry Oamuitz, wlio went to Ciucintuli, upon the person of Judge John Uifil. John heldtfdown the bench in all the carua tried last week aod made, a good start towards filling the ia of the city. Dave Vaught and Doc Drye had an altercation on .Main street. Marshal however, swooped down upon the combatants before auy harm WMsdone to either. Dive Vmight was evidently considered the aifgiireor, as ho was lined for being disorderly nnd Doc escaped. Dave also hud a good s'zad gun on his person and for thnt reason he gut a '23 tine nnd a jail sentence of 10 days. Mr. Wm. Wright, Sr., enacted tho part of Santa Glaus Christmas day, much to our satisfaction and enjoyment. He lelt us a bushel banket on our doorsteps of the flcest apples grown iu this section lust year. We refrain from telling how big they were for tear of arousing jealousy of the Kldd'a Store man, who looks Mth disdain on the products of Lincoln. A tine, promising colt belonging to J. B. Cook was hitihed near the mill last Tuesday, when some one exploded it fire cracker near him. He broke loose and ctme tearing up Main street, turning Ht the drug More corner toward the creek and In doing so smashed the vehicle to which he hitched against the posts sup putting the outside stairway at Isaac Steele's store and broke both shafts short oir. He was caught after a while with oniy part of the shafts hanging to him. The sick: John Steele Carpenter is around again after a lengthy illness. Mrs. J. A. ltutler has recovered of a severe attack of grip. John Dlnwiddie Is about well. K.dor W. L. Williams has been sick for about a week with acuta digestive troublo, being unable to till his last appointment at thu Christian church. Mrs. J. B, McKiuney wits attacked last week with a painful stomach difliculty, but Is now a great deal detter. Captain Bibb, who liven on tho McKinney pike, at his daughter's, Mrs. Sam M. 0ens, has just recovered from a prostrating spell of grip. Arch Fryo is walking around, hut limping badly from his .Sprained ankle. Luke Smith, a tenant on Florenco Yo well's place, had a dilliuulty at More-lanwith a man named Hallgrove, who played the Corbettact on him, smashing him In the face several times. Smith, though slightly disfigured aa to his countenance, was still iu the ring for all tho fun that was to bo had, so he came to town later in the day nith a double barrelled shot gun by his side and in company with a friend named Browning. .Marshal Dovers struck up an Inti- mcr with them, which resulted in their accepting his invitation to remain over night at the calaboose aud take breakfast with him in the morning, when they met the police judge by appointment, and each leaving IS and trimmings with him, they departed, having had a bushel of fun. A Mr. Paul, from McKiuney, who said of himself 'I'm a man you don't meot every dav," came to town Monday nnd met a man you can meet any day, namely Marshal Devers, who kindly conducted him to a soito of rooms in the Hotel on the Bent for tbe night. His adventures were not over, for in the morning ho mot a man you don't want to moot every day, who charged him $8 and costs for a brief conversation and he then left. This was a great day, however, in the annals of the police court and its deeds were not yet done. On the same day Joe Wright was ciughf in the whirl of Ohristmaa jollity and left the town some $8 less richer by it. Tho same fateful day Will Moran sought the official acquaintance of Marshal Davera with the inevitable rosult, 8 and costs and $25 and 10 daya lu jail for having a pistol. On Monday morning, the 23d iust., John Harmon, who has been ill for several years and who has been confined to bia rooms for so mo months with Bright'a disease, parsed quietly away to the great beyond. He was buried in the Huston- vlllo Cemetery Tuesday afternoon, being followed to the grave by a large con coutse of friends and relatives. He wis a metobor ol the Presbyterian church. He lived with with hia Bister, Mies Mollis, wh6 through long, weary months baa given him every Attention acd furnished for him everything that love and human akill could devise to stay the approach of death and she now baa the aympathy ol the entire community. -cof-feDe-ver- s, A dynamito bomb wbb exploded j LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Thursday night nt midnight just at the The members of the junior club gate leading into the Presbyterian church lot, tearing oil the bottom of tho gate, Btormod Messrs. Robert aud Will Emhry Tenth Grand Combination Sale of Horses, and othernlso injuring It. Three colored on Friday evening at their country ' hoys were arrested on suspicion, Goorge j home Miss Minnie Noel entertained the Kiflb, George Lee uud Frank Armstrong. 3 Ky., They were to he tried Saturday morn- - members of tho walking ohib on Thursday evening at her pretty home on Dan-v- il ing. Entries cLse Jan. 4. Send for entry blanks. street. An elegant 0 o'clock dinner was n The society young men will give anby Miaa Mary Lusk OhristiiMS eve to E. P. FAULOONER & WM. Iff. RUE. other one of their liopa o i Tuesday evn few lady friends. Tne homo was profusely decorated with holly and mistle- ening, Dec. 31nt, in honor of some of toe, while the cdlnrn uiud in the dining our fair visitors. Dr. W. C Stephen, ot Philadelphia, room were green and rod. Tho dinner filled the pulpit at ttie Presbyterian was served in six courses and pronounced perfect in nil in details by those at- church Sunday mornitu:. He also preach tending. T.iom present were Misses ed the tiniou sermon Sunday evening at Whittington, MttfH mid Lucy Alcorn, the HRino church Have the biggest stock of Xmas Novelties in the city. T. B. Walker fold to Gentry Brno., Anna and Jennie Bud, Kate Cook, Lou of Boyle, 15 mules at JOO to 5125 and to Hocker, Jessie Cook. at ?7o and to John SpnrkB On Christmas ove Misses Beulah B G Fox three from $60 to J75. aod Grace VauArddale entertained a W. 8. Beez'ev sold n losd of cattle number of young ladies and gentlemen at their beautiful home on Main atieet. 1,000 Hm. at 3 90 Richard Gentry, of Something to suit everybody. To say that the Hir.tir was ploasint nnd Boyle, bouuht of Gibbs Bros. 32 cattle at 3 05; of J. J. Walker 25 cattle at 3.65 and enjoyable is to aiy what is usual of a social function nt tho homo of these hand- Beazley Bros. 17 cattle at 3.90. On Xmas Evo night na Mr. Ned some and popuUr young ladles. Ladles was shooting oft an anvil he had present during tho evening were Misses BcBnio Worthlngton, Catherine Alcorn, the misfortuno to have his left hand very Helen Tnylor, Minnie Woods and the badly hurt, lacerating two of his Angers-Hiface was also very much bruised. Misses Pmkerton. Gentlemen preBont Miss Florence Anderson gave a phanwere Messrs. R. Givens, J. Cook, Frank tom party on Saturday evening at her Lusk, Sid Adams, Eugene Carpenter. One of tho most enjoyable and ele- home near Lancaster to the club. Regant eocial gatherings of the season was freshments were served and quotations at Christian College on the evening of nnd rhymes given to enliven the evening. The pupils of the Christian Sunday tho 20th. President B. J. Pinkerton entertained from 0 to 10 i. si. a party of school were remembered on Sunday gentleman friends. Covers were laid at morning by n nice treat of candies and supper for 18. Tho supper was elegant fruit. This treat was not sent or left by We feel sad to separate with the old but welcome the new with faith iu its appointments and elaborato me- Old Santa, but it wan the gift of the kind Sunday school teachers. in the hand that has ever rjuided us in the past. The curtain has nu After the supper came "n feast of The friends of Mrs. James A. Anderreason ami" flow ol soul." President dropped over the old and we come to the new to make of it the best Pinkerton acted as tost master and the son were pained Sunday to learn of her can. As the old year closes we close all our accounts and shall folio ing guests responded to toast: 1st death which occurred nt St. Joseph's In- we firmary in Louisville on Saturday, Dec. not open another set of books, save for those to whom we are indebtOur Halations with England, Rev. W. L. William?; 2. Tne Armenian Massacres 28 Sho was a resident of Lancaster for ed, but shall continue to close our stock for Capt. Joe Hnirman; 3. The Old Year many years and will be remembered as a Dr. El ward Alcorn; The Now Year, handsome, dignified, intellectual woman. Rev. W. W. Bruce; 5. Our Women, Dr. Though reserved In manner It was those Thomas Bohon Aftor ndjaurnment to who knew her best that liked her mostThe following marriage licenses were We want your help and know we can do you good. the parlor and while enjoping the merAll want a dolits of the host's Hnvaims, thu guests ipsuod in this county this week: W. as far as possible and ours is the place to invest your cash. to Buenil Humes, Timothy lar to go were entertained by neveral gentleman Luskes to Nannie Rogers, Jack Berry-m- n We invite not only the trade but merchants to come and help us close relating amusing anecdotes and partial to Annie B. Ray, Charles Hill to out so as to get out of the way. You can buy them as cheap from us larly by Home fine dialect recitations givby Mr. Cruris 'heeler, who also Juliet King, Az Grant to Sallie Kemper, as we can buy them. en Come and try it. favored those present with several songs. Andrew J. Adams to Malinda J. Powers, All Mild good night regretfully to their Forrest Stapp to Mollie Burton, Wm Ander-derso- n host nnd to that they enjoyed the Kennedy to Lizzie Hurst, W. P. to Annio Conn. occasion but feebly expresses the pleasDied after a brief illness of pneuure with which every moment of tbe monia Saturday evening, Miss Nannie B. evening was crowded. Miss Miuuie Drye, who is always a Doores. Miss Doores was delicate all of welcome visitor to our town, is the guest her Hfo, but her health had been better tho paat year than formerly, and death of Miss Minnie Dinwiddie. Miss Wharof Mississippi, who has been teach- came so suddenly that not many were ton, ing music at Christian College, left du- apprised of her illness. The blow falls ,3, ring the holidays for her home, having bo heavily upon the sorrowing brother resigned her position In that institution. and sister, who lavished upon her so President Pinkerton is fortunate in se- much lovo and tender solicitude. Her curing Miss Margaret Bennett, of Ohio funeral was preached at the house Mon11 o'clock by Rev. T. H. to All her placo. Miss Bennett was one day morning at Campbell. She was a sister of Dr. W. of the most popular music instructors who has taught here nnd was greatly M. Doores, ot Crab Orchard. Miss Bernice Hamilton, fromNlchol liRed by the community nt large. She jnsvllle, is tho guest of Miss Nell Marrs. will receive a cordial welcome from a is boing entertain host of friends. Mrs. Istac Steele has Mies Florence Harris $ ed by Misa Pearl Holcombe, of Louis returned from a visit to Louisville. John ville. Mrs. Tom Eison, of Covington, Rifle nssisted in caring for the rush of of Karma, were customars to F. B. Twidwell's during the nnd Mies Nannie Eison, visitors last week of Mrs. Walter Esson. holidays. Mrs. Bettio Hall, Emma Wright and John Biam were visitors at Eirnest Brown has returned from a pleas Lonthe Junction last week. Misa Minnie ant visit to friends nnd relatives in don. Mrs. Nannie Best left last week to Woods was at home with her mother Mr. R. S Marshall, of last week. O. B. Reid visited his parents visit her brother, Indian Territory. Wade Bush, of St. i during the holidays, Mrs. Higgins, of Louis, is the guest of his parents, Dr KirkHville, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. onufMrs. Bush. Miss Alice Moore, of D. Woods. Miss Jessie Trimble, of Chatguest of Miss Myr-tl- o tanooga, is the plemnt guest of Miss Crab Orchard, is the Wilds. Miss Mollie Douglas has reLucy Alcorn. Miss Nannie Reid, of Dana visit to relatives in Verville, is visiting her cousin, Miss Jennie turned from Miss Moody Poulter left last McKinney. Messrs. Charles M. Posey sailles. weeks to tho nnd Paul Trent, of Liwrenceburg, are week on a visit of several Misses Turpin, of Richmond. Miss Mathe guests of J. B. Cook. Mr. Willis of Louisville, is receiving Shrevee, of Bradfordsville, is visiting J. mie Herring, hospitality at the hands of her uncle, Dr. P. Harper. Herriug. Mrs. Mary Anderson On Christmas nightj'occurred the U. O. Harris, of Greensburg, Ind , arrived in largest social gathering of the holidays at Lancaster last Wednesday after an ab- tho hospitable home of Mr. and. ilra. r senca of five years, on a visit to her moth John Raid. It was a party given by Mr. er, Mrs. Susan Anderson. Air. jamea Reid in honor of, Miss Flora Whitting- Alnswortb, of Waco, Texas, was a visiSunton, of Bloomfhld, the charming guest tor in Lancaster on Saturday and and wife day. Mr. Sam Anderson, of the Misses Rsitl near town. The house daughter, of Gallatin, Tenn , are visitors was tastefully decorated with many trop of Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson. You havn't bought it yet. May be wejean help you with a, suggesical plants, while elegant palms and aware that their custoare Many tion. Examine our line of leathery ferns helped to induce the illu- mers eremerchants friends and take pleasure la their best with the best goods sion of summer weather within doors. supplying them we mention Perry & obtainable. Cameron, an instance During the evening an elaborate supper As prominent druggists of Flushing, Michigan. They -:say: "We have no hesitation ia recommending was served in five courses, while music Chamberlain's Congh Kemedy to our customers, for the occasion was furnished by the as it is the best cough medicine we have ever and always gives, satisfacliou," Boquet Vases, Water Sets, Water Bottles, Celery Stands, Salad Danville orchestra. Those present were sold, sale by Craig A Itoeker, Stanford, Ky. For Misses Flora Whittington, Bloomdeld; llannel damp- stands, Goblets, Tumblers. For a pain in the chest a iece of ened with Chamberlain'a Fain Halm Jessie Trimble, Chattanooga; Nannie over the seat of the pain, and another and bound on on the back relief. Reid, Danville; Kte Cook, Lucy Alcorn, between the shouldera, will afford prompt the pain valuable in catci where This is t specially Sal-li- e Mary Lusk, Anna Rdd, Jessie Cook, Is caused by a cold and tbere Is a tendency toBeautiful Decorated Cake Plates, Lovely Hand-painte- d Celery and Cook, Jennie Raid, Mattie Alcorn, ward pneumonia. & HocVer, Stanford, Ky. For sale by Craig Burnotte Pinkerton, salad stands, and all articles enumerated in the Glassware line. Catherine Alcorn, of who Not a. lew ... read what Mr. Robert Itowls, m . H..I1 Jonnio McKinney, Julia Stagg, Minnie no.iinui, I 1., v.. . ... U.I.. C'rcumitanees Ml r von. their own experience under Hie STAND LAMPS Elegant, Artistic, Esthetic, give light like the Woods, Lou Hocker, Bessie Worthlng'Last winter I had la grippe whica left me in a low state of health 1 tried numerous remedies, sun and things of beauty; ton, Alice Drye; the gentlemen were none of which did me any good, until I was inMessrs. Cbas. M. Posay and Paul Trent, duced to try a bottle ot Chamberlain a Cough first bottle of it ao relieved sue TOILET MIRRORS Remedy. Double, Triple and Quadruple, just the thing. Lawrenceburg; Willis Shroves, Brad- tbat 1 was The enabled to attend to my work, and the effected a cure." bottle to delight your wife or sweetheart. fordsville; J. B. Cook, J. W. Allen, J. P, secondsale at ej and 50 cenU per bottle by Craig & For Harper, 8. F. Lusk, J. F. Lusk, F. B. Hocker, rttanlord Ky. WORK BASKETS Some lovely designs in willow, fit for a Queen. Twidwull, Will Hccker, L. M. Reid, Buokltn's Arnica. Salve. Powell, Carl Wbeehn, W. S. HuffDon't wait until the stock has been picked over, but come early The best salve in the world Tor cuts, troiseas Baughmao, Wade Kennedy, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapman, Jones chilblains, corns and all akin eruptions. ped hands, W. S. Drye. It Is It positively curee piles, or no pay repuired. mosey aruaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or 685 miles of standard ".funded. Price s cents per bo. For tale by Duri ng 1895, W. 11. McRoberts, druggist. gauge railroad were built in the South. RUE & FAULCONER Feb. J Will be Held at Danville, to 8, 1896. pH-o- CRAIG & HOCKER., Cash Druggists, to Books, Albums, Dolls, Toys, Vases Mirrors, Etc. Bur-dett- e Your Inspection Solicited. Everything Cheap. Good Bye to s the Old and Welcome to the New Year. 1 - Only 1, HUGHES & TATE. The Chas. I Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville. tr't :: That New Year PRESENT. - Elegant Glassware ! Presentation Queensware. J"7 er Bur-dett- e F. B. TWIDWELL. r- - - -- -- f 11 ?. and Senator BlackGov. McOr-ar- y INTERIOR JOUKNE burn have opened up at Frankfort and each seems to think there is a chance for himself to be elected U. 8. Senator. We sTaotord. Kr., Decbmbur 31, 1895 do not lay such (Uttering nnction to our soul, as hlB election, but it is to be hoped that Gov. McOreary will bo honored with VV. P. WALTON. tho nomination. jMl-WEEKL- Y sTWst-s- -- call for iNreBponeetothe president the public credit and action to protect mlntain the gold reserve, the republican with House made it the pretext to tinker diBtinctly Btated the tariff, although he queBtion of that it was not In any way a practically unanimous revenue. By a Speakvote they passed a bill dictated by Reed, which increases the Wilson tarer with iff rates 15 per cent horizontally, woolen manthe exception of wool and per ufactures which aro increased 40 and lumber which p.oea csnt ad valorem up 60 per cent in the same way. The amount that it is estimated that this raise will brine into the treasury is annually, of which amount the people will be robbed in the name of protection and upon the flimsiest excuse. The sime body also passed a bond bill which Secretary Carlislo says does not meet the requirements at nil. Tho bill gives the secretary the authority to iBsue coin bonds bearing not exceeding 3 per cent and payable in five years for the re demption of U. 8. legal tender notes, and to provide for a temporary deficiency, he is also authorized to issue certificates of indebtedness not exceeding foO.OOO.OOO payable to bearer in three years in lawful money and at 3 per cent interest The democrats voted solidly against this bill as well as the other, because it is no improvement on tho present conditions and it is reported that the president will veto them for the same reason even if they sboold pass the Senate, where they will not have as plain sailing as in the House. Both bills are meant to embarrass the administraton and are purely party plays for points, with the claimB of the common people ignored. $47,-000,00- Good dye, old yearl You did ub pretty mean in somo instances, and pretty good in others, and on the wholo you wer'nthall as bad as you might have been. At any rate we give yon up with regret, the more especially since your departure adds another stop to life's short span. It beginB to look like Dr. Hunter hasu't the U. S. Senatorshlp nailed down after oil and that If Gov. Bradley continues to decline, Judge Morrow may be the lucky man. We hope bo, at any rate, if a publican is to be chosen. re- 0 the Louisville circuit court, removes an able jurist and a splendid gentleman. NEWSY NOTES. The death of Judge W. L. Jackson, of ; The Frankfort Manufacturing Go., employing convicts at Frankfort, has assigned. Henry J. Newton, a New York millionaire, was killed by being struck by a cable car. Miss Nannie Powell, nf Pittsburg, Pa., grieved herself to death over the loss of a sister. Mr. E. D. Guffy, sou of Judgo B. L. D. Guffy, is to be the new assistant secretary of State. The Baptist Theological Seminary at To tub 1'uulic- -I have rented my Louisville has 2S4 students, 50 more than business as butcher in Stanford to Louis slaugh has dropped out of the prices on them. Rcg-ihany in America. Waltz, possesion to be given January The bottom sii , r MATTERS. MATRIMONIAL ueorge aicuormacK, ui wirvnu.-- j t on tcr prices 1st, 1SIH3. In retiring from this business hid in an ice box and shot himself H. B. Arnold and Mies Mattie An- in which I havu been bo long and pleasthrough the hoad. derson were married at Mrs. Susan antly engHgd, I desire not only to At a Hart county dance, Henry and Wednesday. the patronago of my friends and Tom Mathis met death and Alvln Ma- F. W. Miller and Miss fcveiyn ol tho public generally for my successor, thia was fatally wounded. And Overcoats, also of Richmond, were married in but to thank one and all sincerely and Jeff Bernstein and others are to Louisville laat week. cordially for the patronago which this build a $20,000 theater in Lexington. A -- William Stephens, aged 21, and community has eo gonerously bestowed Tub fhet that 47 republicans refused to roof garden is contemplated. Miss Caroline Waddlle, 15, were married upon mo. I shall be glad if all my paBwallow Reed's bond bill and one or Mrs. Mary Bowman, of Greenville, Ephesua church Sunday. trons will further oblige me by a prompt Slud-e- r more spoke against it, shows that the O., has fasted 47 days and declares Bhe at settlement of their accounts. M. F. J. R. Ingart and Miss Barbara of wild horses as will never touch food again. speaker baBn't his team and Jesse Eates and Miss Mary E. Chicago capitalists have completed well in hand as he thought, and such married near Mt. SaBLTaT., STAH-POH- D, Uandy'a Passsing Players gavo a moat occurring so early in the negotiations for the erection of a $100,000 McWhorter were lem yesterday. entertaining at Mozart performance seBBion is cause both for anger ana alarm plant at Birmingham. A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors. -- E. W. Graham, a widower, bdu mr. all away to the man of Maine. The prospect is There ara 3,712 National and 0,103 n..U T,tln. a cnmnlv widow, both of Hall Monday night, and sent comedy T; D. RANEY, Manager. that he is going to have a heap of trouble other banks in the U. 8. with a total cap- the Highland section, were married at well pleased. The serpentine was quite dance by laughable, but the majority together and ital and surplus of 0,703 millions. holding the large Branch Stores. Frank Griffin's Sunday. Diana wan simply immense and the authat there will be found among the num Porter Bros. fc Co., the heaviest W. A. Johnson and Miss Lucy An- dience was charmed beyond sxpresaion. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, ber men with opinions of their own.who dealers in dried fruits on the Pacific derson, both of the Preacberavllle vicin- This part of tho performancu alouo la Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. being worth the price of admission. We hope will not be like dumb, driven cattle. Our coast, are financially embarrassed. ity, celebrated Christinas day by who that the home will l full to night. Go own Mr. Colson was one of those Ed Mclntyre, aged 15, shot and kill made husband and wife. our word for it, yon will not refused to cast his vote for the bill and ed Hugh Beadlin, agad 22, at Contral prosperous young and take Carlisle Mercury. W. A. Moren, a regret it. Kentucky republican who bid City. The trouble originated over a wo the only At Walton's Opera House, Jan. tf and farmer of the West End, and Miss Viola the courage to fly in the face of the man. young lady of Huston-vill- 7th. Nail, a handsome Czar. A White Star Line Steamer which were married at Moreland yestera few de left Queenstown for New York A thieving scamp who doesn't The marriage of Miss Cleopatra dajB ago has on board 1,750 baa of serve to live on the bounty of the gov- mail. I will rent at public auction on not County Bales, the handsome daughter of Mr. J. 1896, the Dsniet b'tajif. Court day, January ernment, gave a coal dealer at Parkers-burWalker Ramsey ended a lover's W. Bales, of Richmond, to Mr. Hugh farm of i5 Aero, So tj, of which ire to f o in acres W. Vs., his pension certificate B quarrel at Owingaville by fatally shoot McElwaine, of Bowling Green, is an corn, 15 in oats anil the balance It alroidy in No. t Wue Grass. I will alte icll at the Mm time security for his winter coal. When the ing himself in the prosenca of his sweet- nounced for Jan. 15th. fcaT Prescriptions a Specialty at M. S. Rnssell check came he refused to pay the bill heart. 5 Shares Farmers Bank and Trust Finlev Russell, son of and the dealor had him arrested for obMiss Mary Rice, Co. Stock. Mrs. Mary Mnrch, of Findlay, O., from near Stanford, and taining goods by false pretense. The U dropped dead from the pulpit while daughter of Mr. B H. Rice, were marTerras made known en day of ale. ADAM PENCE, Agent. n S. judge held, however, that no pension addressing the members of the Christian ried at the Gilcher Hotel Friday be attached, levied upon money could at 2 o'clock. Advocate. Endeavor. or in any way made subject to debt and -- The creditors of Bamberger, Bloom Henry C. Nichols and Miss Sadie the man was released instead of being & Co., Louisville, have agreed to accept Gill, who were married in Covington 13 sent to the penitentiary. Most of the 50c on tho dollar and the firm will re years ago, have just made that fact pub- Examine Your Firo Insurance laws are made for the benefit of lic. They live in Zinesville, O., and the Policies. suine business. take advantage of them and if John Harris, of Pern, Ind., went surprise is a hig one to tho city. this is the law, it is another premium on home full of Christmas whisky and his Walker Maddox and Mis Iva Gar The North British and Mercantile rascality given by legislative enactment. wife refused to let him in. Insurance Company He now rott, of Waddv, started to Jeffersonvillo young ladies' mother to marry, but the Of Errand, have lost trace ol their Thk bill to obliterate the color lino and wants a divorce. Rugs, Easlcs, Picture Frames, Pictures and Screens at Thomas Hemback, of Carlisle, aftpr overtook them and alter having Maddox equal rights in give to colored persons 2002334, brought her daughter home. hotels, restaurants, theatres and other selling his tobacco crop for $100, desert- arrested elopMr. Charles Douglass and Miss Cora A'ld tho holder ol same will greatly oblige the public places has already been drafted by ed his wife and three children and aluve Company if he will kindly notify their sue Russell, of Danville and Mr. Alonzo cial Agent, A. I. HOI.UN'G, at No. im Second a Louisville member of the Legislature, ed with the hired girl. street, Louisville, Ky., of its ownership. Root, of Edwin PtMrce shot Hugh Mitchell at Vaught and Miss Lulie who Is not so good as a negro himself, were married by Rev. I. J. pushed. The bill Memphis because he teased him about and its passage will be STANFORD Stanford, Ky. Friday, at LexinRton, to which him- Spencer can not become a law as tho Senate will being vaccinated. Pearco then shot had eloped. point they FEMALE : COLLEGE. not agree to it, but the House which is self throngh tho heart. At 10 o'clock this morning at Castle Hon. John A. Slattery, a prominent republican, will have to Bhow its hand. courtship will end in a hapSTANKOKD, KY. lawyer, foil headforemost It will be interesting to watch the course Cincinnati light shaft in the Smith build- Cobb, a long Miss Mary Cobb McKin-nepy marriage. Wo don't know, but down tho of the member. WILLIAM SHELrON, 1'reudent. thnn whom there is no lovelier we feel pretty sure that Lincoln county's ing in that city and was killed. of MRS NANNIE S. SAUKLEY, Lady Principal. gen- young lady, and Mr. Will J. Yager, Tho democratic members cf the republican representative will vote nay, For the Holidays we have a nice assortment of will ho Miss Kmraa L Martin, rending Teacher in tho In Lincoln county. eral assembly have been called to moot Louisville, a model young man, Siudr Hall; holy ordinance. Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Child's Sets, Decorated Plates, Cups and Thb Richmond Register contains a at Frankfort Monday evening, January 0, made one after God's and MiBS Sophia Miss Mary Cowen, Principil ot the Music Woods for the purpose of organization. Haldon Grimrs good picture of Mr. Glaronce E. Saucers, Pitchers, &c. Hanging Lamps Si, 25 to $6. Stand Lamps Mrs. Tho body of Harry Hayward, tho Hardin, only daughter of Mr. and Miss Mary I' Harris, Principal ol the Depart, with Decorated Bowls and Shades Si. 50. and a nice write up of him by Editor R married at the meats ol Art and Klocuiion. Leo Davis. Mr. Woods was local edi- murderer of Catherine Ging, has been Ben Loe Hardin, were Register for eight years and taken to Chicago for cremation, relatives Commercial Hotel at Harrodsburg last Next Session will'.Begin WednesWe call your attention to our stock of tor of tho one week. Miss Hardin left home with to give the paper its high repu- fearing tho body would be stolon. did much day, January 22. friends under the Dr. J. Frank Edgar, the Lexington of her gentlemen an entertainment. Her tation. He will go to Lebanon the first to of going Kir terms, &c, send for Circular or call at the of the year to take charge of tho Enter- lathario, got a five year sentence in the parents objected to the match. College. established 10 years ago, penitentiary (or impersonating another prise, which he a double wedding at Mr There wbb Carving Sets, Coal Vases, Fire Sets. &c Salem Tues-da- y and will bo welcomed Into the fold again in a legal proceeding at Memphis. J J.McKinney'anearMt.Lewis and Misa prisoners escaped from tho brethren of the quill who hold Seven by the when Mr. Ed D. Louisville jail Christmas night, but Rid- - Maggie McKinney and Mr. Edgar Key him in high esteem. er, Lse and Linn, two murderers and a Frankio McKinney wero All the remaining officers and clerks thief, were captured and returned. hand. The ladies are at Frankfort walk the plank next MonJolli-c- o, and accomplished while the MoTnudoasyday.Jan.6$5 In the Christmas festivities at boh metty are steady and industrious day, when there will be weeping, wailBural Hey wood was killed by I. Call and see us. Polite attention to all. The Intkiuou Journal wiah- and gnashing of teeth. Tho hungry Braughton. Several other miners were ing congratulations and onslaught heartiest horde is there, waiting for the wounded by the shots from Braughton's ca them long lives on the pio and smacking their lips with uistol. joyful anticipation, while thanking (ate CHURCH AFFAIRS. S. R. Dawson Bhot Walter 8cott to that there is nb'er a lane so long that dea,th at Des Moines, Iowa, because the -- Dr. Cluerrant baa reeiRned the pashasn't finally a turning. latter eloped with hia daughter. The church torate of the Troy Presbyterian Hill's bill to repeal the pre- killing occurred less than six hours after in Woodford to devote hia time to Senator themairiage. scriptive disabilities against tho Bervico Daring an entertainment in a church evanuelizlnR. .nnnfederateB In the TJ. S. army and i The DoHaven Memorial chnrcb, near Madison, Ind., Ed Robertson cut AND memory of the late Judge Seedingjtime'is now right, at hand; we havelallargestock of was passed without a dissenting navy Reed's throat, whereupon erected to the Charles E.DeHavon, waa dedicated at As tho Senate has a republican vote. : Preaher Jonea fractured Robortson's Samuel Sunday. It cost 125,000. plurality and Northern Senators took tho akulll with a club. LaRranRe Stanley, of Flemingi-bur- c Great Transformation Artists with Marvelous, initiative, it begins to look like war ani-E- lder William Gorgeous and Novel The Memphis cotton exchange baa to take the among the things o( the mosities are baa resigned bia charge adopted resolutions requesting growers Christian church at .Bust Electric & Calcium Light Effects. Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle past. not to increase the cotton acreage, but to pastorate of the York. Hia family will A New and Ylttolnz Entertainment, Introducing Secretary Her- mako tho production of home supplies Aurora, New nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine Many Genuine Novelties. On bolng informed that Flemingsburfc until apring. in name a battleship the first consideration. our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting bert bad decided to : : Elder Joseph Ualiou, wno naa oeen A. t Twenty-fou- r Bradley telegraphed persons were killed and short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice lino "Kentucky," Gov. Tatea Creek appreciation of the half a hundred injured in a seneelesa naator of the In an entertaining program. yeara, of Buggies and Surreys. three the Commonwealth's laat Sunday. HisBUC PRICES.- - General Admission 35c; reserved seats expressed his confidence that panic In the Old Front Street Theatro in honor and 50c. Th latter art now on tale at W, II. McRob-ert- s' will make a glor- Baltimore, which started by a groundless ceaaor haa not yet been chosen.-Ro- giaW. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Diug Store. .a ship with such name cry of fire from the galUry. ter. record. ious Mu-pb- Tho new colored Methodist church at Irvington, which was nearing completion, was blown down last Thursday night. Toe colored Baptist church at the same placo was wrecked a year ago under similar circumstances. Dona Johnson, deputy sheriff of RusroU county, was Bhot bIx times by A. R. Humble, a merchant near Jamestown. Ilurablo wont to his home unex pectedly, and finding Johnson, opened fire on hitn with a small pistol, every shot taking effect. When John Bull learns that the Kentucky militia is officered by those veteran warriors, Commander-ln-Chlo- f Bradley, Adjutant General Collier and Assistant Adjutant General Forrester, he will either climb a tree or crawl behind a lou. TimfB. Thn failure of Leslie Combs, of Lex ington, involving also the falluro of Dan Kwieert and Robert A. Swigert, his backers, Involves nearly $300,000. The breeders ol n Swigertsare the thoroughbreds, ami uotnus hb u of Fayette county's moat conspiciouH business men. . . -- willl.m F.ailen. of Lexington, loaded piece of gaB pipo with powder, a two-foplaced It under a firkin of lard and eat down on tho firkin. He iiruiou uio m. i :!-- . I.inr trnn lvinc UDOn the floor unconscious, covered with lanl and bleeding profusely from in, wouuuo In his lower extremities. Kentucky's Senators fared very well in the Senate committee assignments, Blackburn heads tho democrats on the committee on rules and gets on appropriations, naval affairs, territories, and on transportation and rate of .. meat products.... Lindsay's plums are . . ..inmornt. . education dietary, luieroimo ui....and labor, pensions, Indian depradatione and International expomuu". FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Red Wilkes year. Jack Curry 2:04, on mu Is at $250 noxt jogging Joe Fatchon, Joo Patchen won $14,150, John R. Gentry $10,030 and Robert J. $8,375 last season, J. A. Doty, of Garrard, sold to Dick Gentry, of Boyle, a pair of extra fine mare mules for $250. Twenty eight trotterB won $4,000 or over laat season, (While only IS pacers the street in Chicago. Louisvi le Store. 1 Don't get left. store daily. Come mingle with that multitude We arc firm believers in the power of that visit our retched that amount. M. E McIIenry will drive Monroe Saulsbnry'a string next year and will re- ceivo $8,000 for hia services. ll well-know- ot rail-roa- u-- Sr , refused an offer of 4c for 100 of his big cattle Dick Gentry of, Boyle, offered it. And here arc some powerful low ones. Glance through the list wnich W. H. Brownold to J. M. IIIKBln- a few samples. If you don't sec what you want come and bothamalotof GOO pound cattle at Ulc gives only it. We've got it and will save you money on it. Look at our ask for and a bunch weighing SIX) at -- Ju. Simon Welhl received here yesterday from Chicago 450 head of cattle to be put on slop at the G.G White distil lery. Kentucky Republican. Helen Ley burn, the big bay mare that used to trot in this circuit, in now in France and has won nearly all of tho uu meroua races she has Martt-- in. Ladies' Union Suits, 50c. Look at our Ribbed Vests for Ladies at Corn hat! made a big jmnp during Only 15 Cents. the past few dnyu. It was quoted nt $1.35 per barrel on Saturday, with prospects of going still higher. Lexington Leader. y M. F. Elkln bought of William a bunch of extra good hellers at 2Jc and ot M. S. llaughman one of same at Look at our handsome line of name price. He also bought of Col. Underwood a small bunch of fat hogs at 3c. Hon. John S. 0sloy, LOW PRICES! All Wool Dress Goods 25 Cents. at Ladies' Misses' all Wool Hose 15c -- CLOAKS - & - CAPES, r -- -. i- Ash-lock- s, k m-ne- ll, Mens' and Boys' Suits, Fine Mackintoshes, Etc. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, El-ki- u. car-whe- el e, - g, Pure Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles, &c, PENNY'S DRUG- STORE. 1 after-noo- LOST. ecoun-drela.w- Christmas Rockers, Centre Tables, Policy No. Withers & Hoeker's, y, THE LARGEST STOCK pro-tens- e Pocket and Table Cutlery ! Walton's Opera House. TWO NIGHTS, widhirtSd Cera Candies, Fruits and Nuts by the Wholesale. 7. ex-en- ds oiw' Sandy's fUSSING "LAYERS. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. LOOK HEREI Tile Only Diana. Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, n n Company of Merit, under-SbUreaignHt- ion MI . - t l- - -- j KmtW" 7 ly '"v Interior Journal Wk have n beauty ol beauties for our noxt issue. Guesi who she is and get n dollar. Littlk Lucy Leb Walton, tho busi ness manager's daughter, ia very ill at Hustonville. Mil. E. P. Oitklby, cashier of tho Fourth National flunk of Columbus, Ga.. joined his family here Sunday, much to their delight as well as to tho rest of his mauyfrionds. Thk Shelby News says that It. 0. Brad-lev- , who used to live here, has the contract for building both n church and bank building at Waddy and is pushing them to completion. i Mr. P, P, Nunnelley is preparing to II. J. McRodekts has rented of Dr. open n general supply store on Lincastor W. N. Craig tho store-roovacAtod ly street. Severance A Son and will move into it 9 The Severances were hustling their at once. Stanford, Ky., December 31, 1895 iVlf. goods across the street all dBV yesterday A home school for the higher education of young ladies. The Spring Entertained. Miss Kato Alcorn en and snd aro nearly in shape again at tertained a numbor of her friends at r E. C. Walton, Business Manager tueir new stand. delightful tea Friday evening. A dozen Youu account will be ready for you or moro couples were present and all had u w'B"'"tj ior 111c Dencnt 01 young u'ou can have no Idea how chnp and Jan. 1. Call in and settle without com- a charming time. dy Teachers, who may wish to review the branches usually required how good everything in our jowolery and pelling us to ask you for it. M. S. & J. tilvorwareatock la. Cull and bo conThk Heines are said to give a capital in the Common Schools and special instruction given in Pysychology, W Huglimnn. vinced, Fonny'a Drug and Jowolry entertainment and under the auspices of Methods of Teaching, School Discipline, Elocution and Physical Cul" 8toro. . Hoard and tuition lor term of 20 weeks S70. For further I havr received from tho South, a the Lady Maccabees they should bo ture. PERSONA! POINTS. and Catalogues address shipment of long leaf yellow pine Hour liberolly patronized next Friday night at B, J. PINKERTON, President. Ing, and ceiling, nnd will make prices Walton'H Opera House. DkCKKLMANS lalnOinclnna. Mr. J. L. lower than hao over been oflered hero. ti (or a fow days. Tub Lady Maccabees have engagid A. 0 Sine. CITY AND VIRINITY. Piiop. F. J. Duffy opont a few days tho Heines and Capt. Rider for a perwith Morula at Danville. Ouu accounts aro now all ready and formance of Music, Hong and Travel at Dip you know tlmt Danks is going to Mh.JohO.Jonbs, of Pinevllle, spent movn ? we Bhall expect everyone to do his duty, Walton's Opera Hous next Friday ovo .. a portion of tbu holidays here. that is to pay, sud after Jan. 1 all books ninif, Jan. 3. Ttie receipts are for a good Foil Hrnt. Cottigo on Logan Avo. will bo Mb. 0. E. Tatk spent several days closed as we are closing out cause and bb tho prices aro only L'5 and after Jan. 1st. S. P. 3tagg. hunting qunll in Marion county. Hughis A Tate. cents the houso ought to be packed. Frank Hoirzci.MV left, last week for CLOTitiita at about cost at January 1st to the storeroom now occupied by Mrs. MeKinney, Shanks'. Thk bottom has fallen out of prices at Thk Farmers Hank and Trust Co. will Bolckow, Mo., to visit his parvnte. The utock ia being (lotted out. Milliner. Shanks' on capes and jackets which aro declare a dividend of 3 per cent., but the Mil It. M. Mocbeh ia at ParkavHle whuro ho hao a big Job of painting. Call and see us at our new store altor of the latest styles and tho best of uuali-ti- l Firstt National will not. It will, howevs. See them and price them aud yon er, pay to stockholders some 25 por cent, Mhb. M. B. MoAlibtiih ami Mra. Jobo. Jan. 1st. Danks, the Jeweler. . will certainly buy them. of the $100,000 reduction in capital. The phinoEvana left last week for Orlando, "Fjik.ncii warranted pad trusses" at Hustonville National will declare 3 per Fla. y A. T. and J. R. Nunnkllcy bought cent, Mim Kssir Hurcii returned to tho Oralir & Mocker's. Use no other. and carry n large amount to surplus. yesterday of Mrs. M. E. Daviess her Normal Bchool at Nashville yesterDon't buy your Uhristmna goods until house and lot now occupied by Mr. T. Handy's PassiDg Players and the day. epent Xtnai you visit Craig & Hockr'a D. Ranoy for $2,000. They have rented "Great Diana," the moat wonderful of Misa Hklvn Thuiimond house. .. it to Mr. J. F. Cummins. Serpentine dancers will hold the boards with her ulster, Mrs. John 8. May, a W. U. Brady'h Christmas present at Walton's Opera Hoiue next Somerset. from his wife was a bouncing baby boy. It rained here all Ctiristmns dsy and and Tuesday nights, Gth and Monday Mii Oatiikhink Bauoiiman, of 7th. next till it it commenced snowing and is tho guest of Mra. J. W. 25, 35 nnd 50c. Wkooiko preseiitlat Danks', the . The press for 12 hours; after that it was speaks Baughmnn. in highest ptaiseof the performClosing out prices on account of snowed clear until yesterday, when it raiDed hard ance which Misa Laura Jamiok went to Lebanon removal, is full of mirth, music and near'y all day, ending snow Saturday to apund several days with her January 1st is litre and you Rro earn night The predictions inreceived towards novelty. yesterhomefolka. estly requested to ome in and settle. H, day rea- : Heavy HeluOvkk -- Robert and George rains or snow pioMb. A. M. Kmnaird, ono of the 0. Itupley. and fair Tuesday, decided. y Will Green, Ike Lackey and Sam Mlddlesboro, was neer merchants of Curtis, all colored, were tried before Ansa Jn. 1st you will And us in the colder. lant week. hero 'Squire W. L. Dawson Saturday for whip Musaa Eixus am Asciu Hallou and store now occupied by Mrs. McKlnney, Tii a Schubert Symphony Club and ping Mason And you are Cordially Invited to Millor, a white boy. At a Master Guy Ballou epnt lent week at JJ.iuks, the Jeweler, Lady Quartette will appear at Walton's supper giveu by tho colored people near th Atlanta exposition. Ladies' Mackintoshes of double text Opera House Jan. 11. The Columbia, Walnut Flat, Miller was present and Mrs. GKonaK D. Wkahen and Miss ure, waterproof, obrlee nd durable at S, C, Journal snyB of them: Those who made himself too conspicuous to anit the Jennie spent several days with Mrs. atttndrd the Schubert concert Inst night above nsmed darkeys the correct prices at Shanks'. and thoy gave him Kobert G. Hall at Somerset. heard a grand treat. The music was of a fearful Hogging. Miller had no Mb. J. N. Saujipkus ate ChrUtmaR dinTiiosic indebttd to me will greatly the order that all could appreciate, and there and no doubt deserved what ner with his parents, Hev. and Mra. oblige me by coming up and settling. from beginning to close the audience he got, but 'Squire Dawson thought It fipringllold. Mllrn Saundors, at Don't postpone tliij but attend to it at whs delighted. Probably the most at- best to hold them over till circuit court Mr. G. M. Smith, wife and little once. E. J. Foley tractive part of the performance were and did so in tho sum of $100, which .. daughter, of Flat Lick, wer the guesia vocal renditions by the contralto they failod to give. Harbison Jonks whs fined f.'O and the of Mr. and Mrs. W. I Withers. Lovie &mdt Purcell. Sho charmed the Mb. Jebry Dahiak.oI Uardstown.and costw for disturbing religious worship at audience and had to respond to a numThe reception given at Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. W. Sparrow, of Bradfordsvlllf, the Halls Gap church. He was tried be ber of encores. The lady quartette W. P. Tate's Thursday evening last in North Side Main Street, Opposite First National Bank. fore 'Squire Dawson. were guests of Mrs. IL M. Mouser. was very good indeed, and Master Tomhonor af the new pastor and his bride, my Purcell was a whistler from all Mb. W. II. Wbabim has rented one of Kev. anil Mrs. J. T. I have added a crusher to my mill and was odd of The performance was good Mrs. N, A. Tyree's cottages on East Main will crush ear corn every the pleasant events of the holidays. More Friday morn- throughout and deserves great praise. street and will move into it at once. than lu) people availed themselves of the ing. I will also grind corn meal at the . Mb. 1. Walteb Oabtbh will leavo to- same time. Jos. Williman, Moonshine Raid. A posse in charge opportunity to become acquainted with Jumbo. morrow for thu LouUtWo Dttntal College . of Deputy Collector Carter, composed of the pair and all came away greatly pleasHkmemheb our cloning Bale is still in U.S. Marshal 0.0. Gilliopie, Storekeepto mter the profession of dentistry. ed with both and natiefiad that tho pastor Mb. I'hmtom Bick and eister, Miss full blast and we are crowded all day. ers and Gangers J. L. Waddle aud 11. hss chosen wisely and well. Mrs. fihar-rar- d Masin-galOynthla.of Hunford, are tho guesta of So If you secure any of our bargains yon Bright Ferrell and passed through the trying ordeal as Mini Alma Gnn. Somerset Reporter. must come at once. Hughes A Tate. made a raid from Somerset into only a most accomplished lady could, and Splendid Assortment to select from. In Mus. J. T. Shout and llttlo daughter, Li coin county Christmas day and found mado friends of all oho met. Mrs. Tate W. D. Staoo, brother of Mr S. P. of Louisville, arrived Friday to bo presof brandy buried in tho barn was assisted in receiving and entertainStatu;, ol this plncH, has rented the Nap-le- r six barrels nuptials ent at tho of Geo. Caldwell and covered with foding by her son, Mr. O. E Tate, and sevHotel at Liberty nnd will take pos- Garrard, brother of aesrtioti at once. He will make u No. 1 der. They arrested Caldwell and also eral other ladles and Kentleraen, who did Mr W. E. Hay, of landlord. Mr. Stag has rented his farm J. N. Lee, of EtibaukK, who seemed to their work most gratifylngly. Tho house our townsman, J. L. IUy, has been Don't buy till you sec our stock. Remember be implicated and took them to SomerIn Casoy to 15. S. Tucker, Jr., for was nicely decorated and the elegant We are the leaders. chief of the capitol police by set, where they were tried before U. S. lunch udded much to the enjoyment of that we are closing out our Gov. BradUy. A iiutter duck made by Mrs. Dr. ClifComr. M. E. Curd and held in $1,000 the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sharrard Mil. Jack Law p, the gunial advance ton Fowler and presented to FarriB A bond each for their appearance before have rooms at tho St. Asaph where they man of lUndy's Happy nayers, was here liartlin isoneol the most artistic things U. S. court Jan. 8th, at Frankfort. Cald- are at home to their friends and the pubyesterday preparing for the coming of we have Been for a long time. Besides well is a son of Henry Caldwell, of the penerallv. his show Jan. G. liing a golden yellow and very firm the Waynesburg section, and was considered lic left Friday for Wash- butter was worked Into a perfect repre Mks. J. E. Fabhh man. Lee is hie a very straight-forwa- rd Everything in the Grocery and Provision line at reasonable prices: ington to visit her daughter, Mi8. G. 0. Mentation of a duck .VK7 ADVKRTLSKMKNTH. brother-in-laand one of tho leading Come early and see our display. Keller, Jr. She took little Josephine and business men at Eabiinks. Deputy CarKkmovai-h- . U. H. Danks will movo his ter deservtBa great deal of credit in loFarria Keller with her. Editor John L. Uoslky, of tho Ken- stock into ttie room in front of Judge W. cating the spirits aud briugiug tho parIt. Carson's store, now occupied by Mrs. ties to justicf. tucky Republican, Paris, and his handA. A. MeKinney. my P,acc n early bour Monday The hop Thursday night was a de- . some wife, visited Mr. Bosley's parental move to the store-roo- Mrs. MrKinney will tail rorrel hare. 16 ham!, hich star m next to Mr. It lightful one and , Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bosley, last week. ard ,or h there were just enough forehead. Liberal Williams' rtsidenre and Iter. R. U. 1' W. LOGAN. Moreland, Ky. Thjs bridegroom has arrived. Mr. W. will oflice with Miss Kao Blain. dancers to till Walton's Opera House 2i j. 11. hauchman. S. H. BAUGHMAN. comfortably. D?ckelmaun's Orchestra J. Yscer Ih accompanied by MeesrB I'hil Sheriff NKWLtNu tells us he Is pro- furnished excellent muetc aud the light Lcjand Strotlu-- Helm, of Louisville, pping n long list of those who have fail- fantastic was tripped till 4 A. M. At will be his beet man. and tho former re about i5j MusMyktmc UuniiES was presonttd ed to pay their taxes and that their prop about midnight a splendid supper was h!nMnT l0t Dc ,8' l,lack erty will ho advertised for sale in these partaken of at thu St. Asaph. Tno Indieu alhcrihort looting earsold, wh lonjrl.a.ra.ul with a beautiful lamp nud onvx stnml cirj. th lomo columns in a few weeks. If soma of our who took part were Misses Catherine over hrr e, ,, $j will be paid or her ret Jn hjlrs and a $10 gel piece by tho congregation delinquent HiilmcriberH WILLIAM MAGKANK, Stanford. Ky. don't watch out of the Uhrihtl.ui church in token of their their inim-- will Hppear in a similar li3t. Waddle, of Somerset, Lizzie Lcgan, of Let this l) n warning to them. Try some of our brands and you will hive no Hustonville, Kntio Leo Yeager, of Danappreciation of her work as organist. CALL ON Patent No t, Alpine Snow, Fancy Family. Belle of Lincoln and Creole. Maj. H. II. Tomlissok and I.ieuts. ville, and Pearl Bnrnside, Nettie nnd William Tkicb, one of tho negroes Georgia Wray, Ophelia Lackey, Calllo Jaku Joseph and Louia Lnudram, mem-bet- s Lodge of K. I"h who enteied Mr. Sam Helm's house Uorton, Or Wood, Bessie Richnrdsi of tho Lancaster STANFORD, KY., went to Louisville yesterday to attend while his family was at church, was tried Mamie Moore, Nora Moreland, Sue Wil- iSiri,BBR,Bnar,1KS ChK Mrtal Check of bnfore 'Squire Bailey ut MeKinney and lie Hale, Mary Bruce, Eva Lammere, Mrs. P0 Checks. Key the election of ollicois for tho Uniform hold over till circuit court in flOO, which B. II. Danks anil Mrs. J. H. Yeoger, of kii C, Chain. A:c. Stamping on Metal and ecu- Hank. Shopm,r V&W8: & ho failed to give. Hin brother. Andy this plnce. Tho gctrilemon from Mks. James R. Uuwinx, of Independ .ir dis, Trico, waived his examining trial nnd is ouce, Mo., who ww MIb Lottio Itoches-ter- also in 3788 and Ky. jail. Mr W. A. Trihhle repre- tance were MeFsrs. Carl Whoeler and George Kliis, llnstonvillo, T. C. ordem her paper sent to Houston, sented County Attorney J. B. Pnxton REPORT OF THE CONDITION in Jeffries Yoa&er, W. Vernon Richardson, Texas; to which place they hnvo tempor the case. Will Harlan, Danville, Charlie Fripbie, THE FIRST of health for her nrilv moved in search NATIONAL BANK Jambs Ballou, who was Bent up for Owen Shuuars, Lancaster, Walter Hiatt, husband. AT STANTORIJ. ABhbrook Frauk, Lexington, and John nino years for wrecking a passenger train Mm. and Mhh. Will Shvkrancs are Uule, Somerset. lu the State of Kentucky, at the clHe of businesi pretty home on tho In Laurel, and barely escaped n mob moving Into their Dec 13, 1S95. Thk boys celebrated in high stylo IjuicaBter pike. Dr. Cox, who vacated when captured, has been caught making counterfeit nickels in tho penitentiary Christmas eve night nnd notwithstandRESOURCES. Mr. Sovorsnco'a house, has moved hia ,. ... will have to answer beforo tho Fed- ing the council had ordained that no Loins and discounts family to Mies Mary Myers' property on and Overdrafts, eral court. It will thus be soen that Mr. firo crackers should bo shot aud had giv-o- n U. S. llonds secured nnd unsecured.. .. 6,848 76 Has a full and complete stock of Pass Books, Day Books and Ledg. pike. the Danville to secure 50,000 00 Ballou will hardly get a chance to wreck Marshal Nowland tho right to put on Stocks, securities, etc Circulation Mit. Moses Collier and wife nnd Mr. another train aoon All the latest Magazines, Books and Fashion Papers received as 3, ers. and Engineer Phil 10 extra police, the bombs and common BankinB-houg'.tjo 00 furniture and fixtures.. W. D. Simpson and wife, of the Gilbert8 Soden can feol safe nt losst for him. soon as published. Weekly, monthly and yearly subscriptions recrackers that were fired made the peo-p- lo Other real estate and mortgages ownad i.SSo 44 Creek section, have moved to Lancaster Due from National Banks 6 A calendar for 1896 to present you. who live in tho suburbs of Stanford Due from State Hanks 99 ceived. In the injunction case gotten out of tho Mason Hotel. and taken churgo '9j7 75 and and England had Due from approved reserve Hankers Judge T. 'A. Morrow while tho Grand think that America Lincoln county people should bear this nuents .. . New, Fresh Drugs and Chemicals to compound your prescriptions 3,37894 in mind when they go to Lancaster. Lodge of Knights of Pythias was in ses- really engaged in war. Roman candles Checks and other cn!i it wis , 8j, . with. Perfect accuracy and dispatch. illuminated tho heavens .ui.- uiuwitT Skbinq that the Schubert Club was sion at Somorsot, Judge Morrow Hanks. 2,940 oa hss de- and sky rockets and were Indeed pretty to look on, but Fractional paper currency, nickels and coming hero, Mrs. S. W. Parto, of cided In favor of Grand Chancellor T. B. J 7" 0., who vrn Miss Hlggins, of Matthows, who refused to give the pass- tho dynamite bombs did no llttlo do 1,eC'V7 8.,j3iS tho club wes word, Ac, to Henry Wellonvoss, One went off on Lancaster Btruction. wnucr this section, wrotouathat 7 00 10,0.9 55 reprethere recontly and gave unbounded satis- sentative of a German lodgo In Louis- street shattering the window glass in Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 5 per cent, or circulation Stanford will ville, on tho ground faction and Bhe is sure that 2,330 00 that the lodgo can T. 0. Ball's store, Judge Alcorn's, Dr. bo delighted with the entertainment. not bo compelled to give tho password, as Carpenter's and Dr. Divldeon's offices, Total $35i77 61 Mn. W. Thornton Willis, who has tho individual has no property rights in while another tore down several panels uaijimties!" under Dr. Steele the case. Capital boen reading medicine $200,000 00 Are riveted together, not bolted, hence are air tight and can not warp of yard fence for Mr. J. Matt Phillips Surplus stock fund Bailey since September last, returned to " 23,700 00 broke numerous window glasses for Undivided profits John Mikir, who has been in tho em- and apart. Tops and linings are made of wrought iron and will outwear ., , ,, . his homo at NIcbolaavillo last week. Af ploy of Mr. M. F. Elkin for a '. MeBsrs. John M. Hall and John Allen. .. 4,U(CS outstanding numbor of Will bake in less time and 4j0co 00 any three cast tops stoves. tor spending a few weekH at homo he years, has bought of E. Due to other ,8o S8 J. Foley his Mr. M. D. Elmore found a lot of straw Due to State National Banks Louisville and entor Hospital will go to Banks and Bankers....."!" a.Us 21 the fuel. back yard that had no College. During his stay hero Mr. Wil- stock of fancy groceries and restaurant burning In his Individual deposits subject to check. .. 78,69, 7 caught from some of tho explo-elv"We have used a Majestic for 12 months. It bakes biscuit with supplies, and will take chargo at once doubt lis made scores of friends. of the Stanford Mr. Foley has done well hero and and aa the night was very windy a Total W. P. Walton, editor the fuel of a cast stove. Ui,7l6 a the oven door open and uses about one-hamade STATE OF KENTIirirv - . . -. Ky., Interior Journal, one of tho many friends during his stay, but or .inntmMicn firn ink'ht have resulted. without it for twice the cost. w""ij ui i.incoin, Eubanks Bros. We would be were made for shooting I, John J McRoberts, cashier of above brightest country newspapers published eovoral reasons he is desirous of return. Several arrests dui as u was uunsiraas named Roman canines Don't take our word for it. A trial is all we ask. The belt is the State, Is at the Palmer Ing to Danville, where he will likely time and the boys felt good there is some -in tho WW.cheapest. One stove will wear a life time. House. Mr. Walton la a democrat of open a similar store. Mr. Mieir is a clev- excuse, but for those who used the dan- lief. hideous tho old Bchool and his nowspaper la an er and worthy yoong man and should do gerous bombs to make night ought to exponent of Jeflereonlan principles. well. Hia brother will ha his h.ko. -- .i there should be nona and they able J. J. llOCKKR, ) S. H. BACOHMANf. Directors. Mr. Walton la accompanied by his wife. his sister, Misa Freda, will assist him in bo made to pay for their fnn as well as S. T. Hakxis, bombs did. 27. me store. j Chicago Ohronlclt, Dec. tbt damK tho uMI-Weekm m Central Christian College wujiwiiviLLli. 3 r i-- par-ticula- rs m REMOVAL ! CALL AND SEE ME. ... 3-- i ... m m Tea-bod- ch . Danks, the Jeweler. Hub-onvill- e, .i Ad-mitsi- on Jew-oler- WE H&VE MOVED - to-da- y Se-viso- n, t; busl-neh- B Come and See Us SEVERANCE & SON. m m m wins-tledo- Sha-rard- . ... m m e, Yuger-McKinn- ey to-llt- V. Chinaware and Glassware Sil- Stoves, Saddles, Harness and verware at Cost. w Horse Stolon." B m S"'on; Ma-ho- ny ,. FARRIS & HARDIN. r Strayed or Stolon. STANFORD JOLLER MILLS other-Fa- ncy 1 Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal .F. G. BBADY, M-" SEED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, RYE J. H. BAUGHMAN CO., leyndnlRer'all'el'or Proprietors, Stanford, W. B. SVicROBEiiTS, Pharmacist and Bookseller. e, . bo-fo- re - o, Gor-manto- THE M:AJiEOTra RANGES OTJK .. 'iJ useeialf ea lf r,M blue-Rra- ss JOHNJM-cROBERTsrci'nler- W. H. WEAREN & CO. 1 fi 1 K &" -- , j - fc -1 - i-- f .A , - ,A- - - S .V- - - &2 "Tf- - V L.i "M Semi-Week- ly Interior Jodrna BROADCLOTH GOWNS. THEY ARE STYLISH, AND NOTHING IS HANDSOMER OR BETTER LIKED. They Coin SSliSwOKvery Tuesday and Friday -- Wbon not sopatd fliU0 charged.- - lu rt Variety of 8haile--- .l K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. m Train, leave S'.nfo.d arriving at 4:10 P- - Climtnut Drown Salt nd3p.m Cloaks Copyright, 7P 04 10 3 15 1 Conta, Cape nml Com- m ,pJ9:M .ij:ij P-- Some New ISM, Ilutt An Odd bination. by American Tress Associa tion. L.&N. Wo. J. No.- -. LOCAL TIME CARD. 11 No. 4. Train going North.. South ... , t a m pm 1 15pm QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pat Junction City at follow: m t South it 17 m No 1 North .3-;- " 3 C 11 and to run no Note her than Junction City, nor on Sunday. ti n y 7 " ......U.SS m ' ... .." " ...... i.eqam ..... 40 V " Not. $ and 6 ami 9 4 ...1.4.6 ...3-- pm pm 6 8 10 . ,.3 37 a m o 00 a m iur pOYAi AKlH6 POWDER Absolutely Puro der. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. BOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wall Streot, New York. A cream of tarter baking pow- TjyrvTG John IS. court da t 1 at Stanford or at my belm. Chat, bnnsltn, tanner Cattleman. HULLJiJ. wi" uke " the hide canel for cash or In trade tor leather on home A. G. ' in Otten- - Lanhaa ROYAL asarance Gompa OF UTERFOOL. BARBEE&OASTLEMAE MANAGERS, trjmnierce Building, LouiBvillc, Agents throughout the South W.,a. TEIB3LH, Local Ajcnt STANFORD, KV. lF VOU ARKGOINO OR 1 . HOSTE WEST, A Tho past threo weeks in Now York havo l)ooii mast brilliant in tho new lints mid bonnets, wraps nml gowns displayed at tho opening functions of this season. Tnstc and labor lmro combined with beautiful niutcrials, nnd tlid result has been moro thitu satisfactory. Tho stylos, too, have boon modified eonio-whfrom tho first modols tent for tho season. The Louis XVI and Mario Antoinette luodo has been softened n littlo hero, changed a littlo there, and with much taste embodied with tho 1830 vogno of a year nga Now littlo is to bo desired, and great latitude is permitted. There is scarcoly a leading stylo of tlio last decado that has not somo reminder in tho garments of today. This permits every ono to havo what suits her figure, stylo and complexion best ruid to keep up with tho endless fabhionublo procession. Tho very woolly, fuzzy nnd bnlry fabrics are in great voguo for street and "fatigue" gowns, but for a really costuino for homo of visiting noth ing Is handsomer or bouer liked than fino broadoloth. Thero nro two varieties of this. Ono is rough faced and tho other has a sort of finish resembling satin. It is very rich and lustrous nnd could not bo improved upon for appearanoo or solidity. It is shown in green of perhaps 20 shades, heliotrope, prune, and in very many shades of brown, from brick color to f?eal, with sorao warm shades of chestnut mordoro and tobacco. Perhaps tho favorito is tho chostnnt. I noticed n rich wood brown suit yestor-da- y of this quality of cloth, with an inch wido bias band of tea roso green velvet around tho bottom of tho skirt. Tho cuffs, collar and bolt wero of tho green velvet. It was a very pleasing combination. A chestnut brown suit was much ad mired. This has n band of wool astrakhan around tho bottom of the skirt six inches deep. Tho basquo was cut with forms in tho back and was draped a littlo down tho front to tho waist line. Tho whole skirt to tho basquo was with astrakhan wool. There wns n high turnover collar, with two bands down tho front of tho waist. Tho slooves wero arnplo leg o' mutton Shape. Tliero was a hat to match of black silk beaver, with a largo bow of brown ribbon. This mndo a very rofluod costuino. Iloliotropo cloth wns used to mako a dressy afternoon gown suitablo for homo and visiting. This had a narrow band of velvet out in scallops all around tho bottom of tho skirt, Tho fiigot sleoves wero quite plain. Tho waist was a looso blouso of heliotropo velvet richly ornamented across tho bust by a fancy galloon trimming in humming bird colors. Around tho waist was a ribbon bolt, with a windmill bow, nnd thero was n black volvot stock collar, with a black laco plastron over whito silk. Thero was a sort of polka to tho basquo, made of tho cloth. I saw another gown exactly liko at tight waist On each sido of thin thero was a lino of nnrrow puffed ribbon of tho snmo shndo as tho drees. Thero wns 1 ho Rodemer pltce at Rowland containing 104 frame dwelling i.ood a flgaro outlined on tho wnist by means Acre,outbuildings. Possession given and necw-r-at given of this samo puffed ribbon. A volvot once. I. S. OWSLEY, JR.. Agent. Stanford, Ky. . crush bolt was added. To this hnng a 84 4t whito kid chatelaino bag, trimmed with gold clasp nnd chain. Thcoo chatelaines SPRING AND SUMMKR. nro quito often seen. They ham from a. Something to Beautify tho Ladies. fancy hook which is caught in tho bolt. ino cnains aro 10 inches long. Dally openining, New Hate, (loners and tacesl A gown which afforded a bright spot, '(. fflvn Ida assurance to the trauo tnai iney wU aame excluslveness in of color wns worn by n young lady ' n findstyleour establishment the Donnei ana an no n or patterns, hata ana novelties in Millinery for which we aie homo reception. Tho gown itself was of marino blue surah (serge. Down tho two known throughout the country trimmer for the seaI have secured a rtspecV front seams thero was n gold braid, edged son. Thanking you lor past favors, we literally so fully solicit with n vory narrow black vol vet ribbon. bcalowed. 1 our patronage heretofore M. D. DUDDLRAR KATL DUDDhRAR. Manager. Tho uuderwaist was a blouso of cardinal sural), barred ncross tho front bv IrlecUiijj. nlteruate rows of gold braid and ribbon. Over tho blouso was an Eton of tho bluo National of A Ecrgc, and this was slashed at each side, Uankmeeting of the stockholder at the banking their ul Hustonville will be he'd Whero tho dart would bo, and garnished houioin Huttonvllle the second Tuesday In Jnu try, iS6, between 9 and n o'clock a. in , for the entwo-stor- FOB, REHT. y UNDERTAKING -- ! V y jr. c, m'C&Ainr f Fzactio&l Trimmey, ESmbalmer And Funeral Director. BY- ! lea-tin- s first-cla- ss Stoclcliolilcrs' Also cany a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room oppositejCourt-- I louse Square, Stanford, Ky. puipotw of electing nine Directors to serve the suing year. J W. HOCKtR. Cashier. St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Co, Stockholders' ItIccHiijj. A meeting of the stockholders of the First National Hank of btaniorci will be held al their banking house the second Tuciday in January, iS-for the purpose of electing eleven Directors for the ensuing year SS MERSHOif 8b GREER, Proprietors. JOHN J. McROHERTS. Cashier. All kinds of Waj-on- , Buggy and CarriagcMaking 'and Rcpairin done in first class style. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. Wc have an artistic Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidiousjn his work. Stockholders' Meeting. Horse Shoeing and Blachsmithing of all Kinds. A mretmi; of the stockholders of the Farmers Bank and Tru.it Co. will be held at their banking house in Stanford the first Wednesday in January tS$6, for the purpose of electing eleven Directors to tere the ensuing year. J. U. OWSLEY, Cashier. olo-ga- nt a MR. E. E. KIELEY. BE GXPERIEHCED FEISTER Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trill. Lincoln Circuit Court. SF SOME NEW HATS. with black eoutacho and gilt buttons. Thero wero buttons nnd loops on tho sleoves. Tho jacket was slashed in tho back, and had quito wido lupoid in front. Tho high dog collar was of tho cardinal surah, and thero wns n tio of black ribbon in a very largo knot under the chin. Thero n draped bolt of black riblwn. This mndo n very taking outfit for a young lady. Somo of the new hats aro simply astonishing. Thoso with tho high crowns nro not handHttiio, though called stylish. They runst bo very stylish to make up for tho lack of beauty. There is ono whero tho crown is quite four inches high. It la onoircled by a wido ribbon and trimmed by nu enormous flaring bow, with stiff loops. Along tho under edge of the brim thero was a row of ruby beaded passementerie. Tho hut wns fino slato t olt A very becoming hat was mado of seal brown velvet, laid in two folds around tho brim, which turned up gracefully. In front thero wero threo choux of canary velvet, nnd back of them rose four black ostrich tips. Somo of tho brims nre perfectly flat, with scarcoly any crown at nil, tho brim upholding nn immonso bow of cornflower ribbon. In tho center of tho bow on oho was placed n pink volvot roso nnd n green carnation a queer niedley of color, ns tho hat itself was gray, but not altogether nnplcasiug. A curious hat wns mado with n beefeater crown Of dark blue velvet. Tho brim wns of knitted chenille in tho samo shndo, and this wns plaited very full all nround. On top was a green and scnrlot parrot with outspread wings, nnd curled ovor tho wings wero two rich black ostrich tufts of feathers. It would almost seem as if everything goes. D. II Stagz'i Adrar., Pin , against Teste I. Stagg and others Defts. Nonce to Creditors. All persons having claim against th evate o( I). II Magg, deed., a'e notified to present them lo the underngtied properly proven at required by Uu on cr betore the ut day of January, tS4 A. C. WARREN, Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. S3 Dec. 14, 195 S CLOTHING Ready-mad- e 1 FOR SALE EXCHANGE to House and Lot in Crab Orchard, Ky. Five rooms and kitchen, cellar, flower pit, stable anu other outbuildings, all In first clas repair; a well ol never filling water all Winds of fiuit tree and small I runs. Lot lontains about one acre Will sell cheap or exchange for small farm in a good neighborhood. The place rented far 1S9I to Mr. llugh&argtnt, who will show the place to any one who dcslrna to look at It. tor turtner I. H. STF.PH ENS. Information address Ky. iN, Limestone N., V S. "Centrally located. 1 Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, or made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any man H. J J. -- : M'ROBERTS. H.4.RUPLEY,- M. S. nAVCHMtrt. J. W. lUUGHMAN. cov-ero- tl M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- raoraiKTons- LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. If you need livery give us a call. Nothing bui first-daturnouts will leave our stable. See us for rates. In our as la Koceiving His c FALL : AND : WINTER THK BLUE-GRASS GOODS. 1IKKD OP Goods' Warranted and a Perfect Fit GuaranteM. Give me call. BLACKSMITH SHOP. s work Wlllguarantee d'ices Tjy our ho" ahoer. first-clas- and aatiafactai Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. aaWBsaWwPBWTB'r rm G. B. COOPER, ......Proprietors STANFORD, of...... i Livery and Feed Stable, lfi B KY Having bought of P W. Green his Livery business and added new buggies and hones, we are prepared to furnish FIRST-CLAS- S CaBfXC h v fi LOUIIVILIC 4 Nashviuc R. B. oct. Vrcedetatecurc frcn tn but Pigs for sale from the best types of R agister rdeln ssvsral different States. Correspondence Solicit ep Ii the line for you, at it Double Dally Trains Make close connections at . Henriette Rousseau. TURNOUTS LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all pointt. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Tor any information enquire of JOES RICE. Agent, Stanford, Ky Portland. San Francisco. ..To the. ....... NETV CLOTH COSTUMES. r i' ', t. ir i, ' i W C this, savo that tho plastron was of maize velvet and tho trimmings wero of flue jot. I notice many jet nail heads used as trimming, thoy being set on in form of stars, olovcr leaves nnd other such fflfioUUVIU! WAtgmCWCAtO)iit- A superb velvet mantle had a Only Dining Car Route From straggling vino in saddler's silk worked upon it with bunches of grnpos, mado by setting these jet nail heads together. CHrC-2LGO- . Black volvet capes, When flnoly with jot, uro tho richest garElegant Pullman Vestlbuled ments possible to And. Those usually Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, aldrois have fur borderings or very full tippets 01 ostrich flues around the neck. It reE. H. UACON TRANK J. REID.t D. P. A., O. P. Agent, quires just such trimming to show up Louisville. Chicago, tho full beauty of tho velvet and its Be sure to call for Monon Route. handiwork. St. Panl. Denver. Tho box coat finds still some votaries. but tho geuoral favorites in the way of wraps begin with tho short jackets nnd end in tho long cloak ulsters. Thoso may bo slmplo dr very elaborate nnd Only Duett LIlc Between luxurious. Tho lines of capes, both of fabric and fur, aro so many that it Would and quickest between Shortest. bo impossible to Tho Frankfort, Georgetown and. Paris, newest thing is desctibo them nlL sack, the long, looso Maysville, Oynthiana, Carlisle which has nothing to recommend it but Falmouth and Covington. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains "style." Ono of these was mndo of run by Central Standard Time. black eudora cloth as to the fronts and Time TabU Nov. 3, 1895. underarm pieces. Thero was a square yoke ncross tlio back. Tho plaits wero No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. a. m. p. tu. p. m. mado of finely crinkled crepou. Tho col6 55 Z.v Frankfort A 00 4 is lar was high and had a gauffering of ao 7C8 493 Elktorn 48 Stamping uround 7 a; 4 47 the ciepon around it. Down tho front a 15 ' Georgetown..!)... 7 45 5 05 thero was ono row of buttonfl of enora so S 09 Arr. C. - Depot....... 7 S -- 830 Paris ....C 4C0 34a mous size, set diagonally. Whilo there are some corsages made TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. to. No. 8. p. m. separate from skirts, thoy ore not the a. tn. p. ra. a. in. Paris .....C - 9 oj 6 00 4 40 Lve rage, as they wero a few mouths ago. Al637 C. a Depot ....1007 ' Georgetown U 10 to 640 533 640 most all dreflfees nro mado in ono mate 6jiS Stamp's Gro'd 10 ! 7 tj of 7 S3 rial, though thero aro combinations 7 Elkhom...,.. 10 4 8 13 every kind. Tight wnists, rounding at Arr Frankfort A... 11 00 7 30 tho lino, aro seen everywhere, some With SUNDAY TRAINS belts nnd some with nothing but narrow Leave Georgetown 10 10 a. m; arrive Frankfort piping at tho edge. Thero waa a very Leave Frankfort 4 30 p. m. arrive Georgetown pretty dress of moss green faille, the 5 The' Kentucky Midland Railway and connec skirt quito plain. The sleeves were tlonsforta the shortest and cheapest rout to all shirred in of: t&d shouldfer. and droopeti , point South, East, North and West. in a graceful puff, thoigfc they wGre For further information apply to their agent. C. D. HKKCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent.. really gigots. The stock was of green GKO. B, HARPER, Rec'r & Gen.Sup velvet, and there was a narrow vest Frankfort Ky front of volvot down the front of the NBTMW3EST .......Via The s. x.otrxs'srxx.E.E TO Dealer rinno In Small Parlor. In a small parlor is nlmo?t nlwa VS found not a grand, but nn nnrir.hr uujfeiii piano. Tho piano is generally found Metal Roofing, Farm andjYardFcnce, with its back flat against tho wall, and if thero is n uicho It will bo found in S2IMNG, that, cooped up, to make suro it stays in OUR HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, I handle ;thc best "grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. its placo. Then, too, tho piano is probably found covered with all Eorts of or piled up with music, and DON'T FORGET THAT it is undoubtedly standing on a carpet Who represents the Old R "liable Michigan MutuA. S. mado soft by padding. al Life insurance Co., of D't.olt Mich., can Insur write Tho Etude, commenting on tho fore- ance. you all the most favorable plans ot Central THE FAVORITE MILLS He aiso represents the old reliable Burgeon going, says: Tho pianoshould bo if pos- Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville, Ky., and will AT McKlNNRY, KY , liberal share paironaue. sible from 6 to 13 inches from tho wall. be glad to havotoa conler all the of yourthat can be Have Just Hccn overhauled and repaired from bot Dentist, f Ivors be toady Will Tho farther tho better, and when tho given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advance tom 10 top by the fimous Richmond Cily Mil! m,. . in the menu wotas, oi iiicnmona, tod , '&- carpet is put down do not havo any pad- house maduOD consignments,beboth Stanford ware- now increased, are doing moreand wilti capacltv , every will at and country and Utter wot ding under it whero tho piano is to court day. Pai ties wantinp hogsheads, pruea or than evr before, and with the old reliable D V urac over McRobert.' Dru,f Store In the Owaley funding. of jjood stand. Tho more solid tho foundation money should address me at Paint Lick, Ky. Kennedy as head miller, you are lure bring us Flour and fair treatment, lie suie and Promptattenlicn guaranteed. 696m tho hotter tho tone. Do not put tho piano your grinding and when buying call lor our old and wall tblished brands. Favorite Patent, Lain n nicho. It is liko making n person dies' Favorite and Hikers' Choice. sing in a corner against tho wall. The BATES A SON, Successor to K, L. Tannerft Favorite Milling Co more free tho piano is from fnucy s Law, Attorney tho better. Tho person thnt loves his pinno will not cover its top with - nnd rnusia Tlio pressure on opposite the Court Office tlio pedal makes n decided difference in House on Lancaster Street, especial attention. SS Collections receive 3D. tlio touo produced. With a shoe that is : t a ''snug fit" tho pressure is moro firm Invite you to look over his slock and sel-your and the tone moro full nnd resonant. Christmas Presents Nice line ol Furniture, Office on Msln Street, Oppote the On short notice. The traveling public will find us alvraya ready and willing to lurnish Drum men' wagons, cither single or double, or Cam LOW PRICKS. The of ail kimU it bor s in and around town will also find us the pto pic to deal with. Stop with us wheu in town at couttl tD(j entertainment and your horse and ve hide wiU be well cared for. G. B. COOPKR &7 Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky A. C. SINE, -- Stanford, Ky. fn- - ... tt Sasti, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, FLOORING, CEILING, ETC. PRICE, bric-a-bra- o, M. W. JOHITSOIT, 1 I r luuiuru. XBIBc - W. S. BTJHOH, DR,. W. B. FXHTarS'. nrti-cle- bric-a-brn- o Stanford. at Kentucky. Look In, Come In. ct S. CASPEITTIDK Dentist, Stanford, Ky. Rattan, Wodd or Pc,t-OfBc- Ky. Miaiana R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort 1 1 1 S- gal Reporting Fur Womeni Miss Suzanne S. Bentty was formerly stouogrnpher in the courts of soveral . counties in western Sho became familiar with law nnd law practice, and at length the bright thought struck her that she herself would mako just ns good a lawyer as anybody. Accordingly she began her studieB, which she has completed and been ridmitfed to practico. Legal roportirig is ond of tho best of stepping stones for women lawyers. Many who at first had no thought of entering the profession regularly havo thus been induced to do so and aro now in good practico. PenusJ-lvnuia- f armers Bank&Trast Co butinett wits liOFfSTANrORD, KV Is now fully organised and ready for Paid up Capital of 8urplufl, . $200,000 i.0,000. Chairs for Children, Couches, Cradles, Harness, Stoves of varioiia kind. Buggies, Phaeton, Surrey, Vehicle of any kind. Call and tee. So If D. S. CARPKNTEH. Hustonville, ky. string Seats, Ilaby Bucgies, Hobby Horsca. Fancy Rocking Chairs with cither .l Holiday : Excursions ! -- " J crcarri. in molted butter, and broil over clear coals; quickly at first and then very slowly1, allowing ted minutes for each inch of thickness. Servo with butter How to Broil FIhIi. After tho fleh is cleaned, washod and winfid. flnlit it leriathwifiriif ft hn riifolr. Sprinkle on it stilt and pepper, squeeze over it somo drops of lemon juice, dip it r SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OF STANIORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and Uude. the same management. By provisions of Its chatter, depositor! are a. fully protected a aie depositors in Nationa Banks, it shareholder being held individually liaoie to the eatent oi the amount Of their itoci therein at the par value thereol, In addition to tb amount invested In such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac., as fully a an individual. To those who entrusiedthcir buisincsa to u while mnaglnjr the Lincoln National Bank at Stanford we we here tender our many thank anc trust they will continue to transact their businesn with us, offering a guarantee for prompt atteti-lioto same, our twenty year' 'eipcrience U hanking and as liberal accomaodatiobi as are co sittent with sound banking. n BARKER HOUSE, J, F. BARKER, Proprietor, Christmas, 1895, New Year, 1896. BIG uS-iM- : Somerset, - - Kentucky. Rate TWO DOLLARS 4 : ROUTE, One-Thi- K One and Fare Round Trip. b"t-?- !' : Pr Dar. Remodeled and refurnished throughout, Large and Commodious Samole Room. Hall and office connected by Electric Bells. Prompt and polite service to gucsta. 47 ':. &5W&&SSF ::i " rur iuii inicrmx on as . as and 31, ' returning until w .b. J. : T. : STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE,' KENTUCKY. Offer hit services o ine people ot West LinFull stock of Coffin coln and Casey Counties. and Caskets always, on hand. D, U. Carpenter, Manager. 05 SCOR'Mtcr-UiHPm. Traffic Mgr. ' GenfpaV.Va., HIKin., Dealer In of i..;n. R. R. Noel & Son, uccessorstoj. B. J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, II. Shanks, Stanford J ntnicroii! J, S.lOwslcy, Stanford; All Kinds oi Coal, t d.J.Etabry, J.-- Stanford J. B Owsley, Stanford; William Go6ch Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, MiUedgevills, W.'H. Cnmmin,;Pr etcher si lit Cud, Stanfotdj TO TECS ZaLDrELtS vr J The opal, wilh Its mixturo of green, red and milky whitef is not only beautiful, but accords with tHo chameleon idea of three colors combined, which runs riot in dress materials. New good of the latest ttyle Just received dU In and see the largast and best assorted line brouaht to SUnlord. Price a low as the S. H.:Satnks,'Presldeat, KIcgant lint Linen and Embroidery Materia). Dr.U.'& OwsJ.y,lCaiUJr, MISS LICCIK BXAZLKY, Stanford, Kv W.M. Bright, Teller. . IleTl,i'"u.e ?.!,TX"" th. Cah 01 Stanford. Ky. ;,,7i .'hl"J5.!f? "d Hcuea - ItMr tvytm ush tore will be prompt v filial . A.rr..;1 . ..iiuiwa iw ?iwz:i. -i- Mr. Hlg. UlBM (e) ( NOKL & SOW " L S . -- s4i