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In the effort to hold the refractory animal he was thrown down and knocked iihnnt fnr arcliilu still he held to tho reino and except for that Miaa Klnnaird may have been dashed to piecs. Neither was hurt nt all. Lancaster will be visited Friday evening, Jan. 10, by tho Schubert Concert Co., of Chicago. Tho K. Ph. liavo engaged thu company und they will givo us an entertainment at tho e on that evening. The iew drug firm that we will have to open up in R. H. Batson's adjoining the livery stable will be BryGrin-staant & Ceoge, ItHtutd of and Bongo m we flrat heard it would. Mr. Bryant comes from Paris to locato with ua, and ia highly recommend-ohs a druggist. Tne information has recently beon conveyed to the Lancaster people of tho marriage of a former Lancaster young lady, Miaa Annie Byrne Hopper, the second dsuglitor of Mm. Martha Hopper. The wedding occurred, Dec. 31, at Charleston, W. Va , iu which the deathly of two lives were sealed, that of Misa Annie Byrne Hopper and Mr. May. of Montana. court-housstore-rood d JANUARY 7. 1896. CRABORCHARD. I NO. 88 HERNDON-CARTE- KIDDLEBURQ, OASEY OOUNTY. I ' LANCASTER, GAnnARD COUNTY. to hold him. lost in the ihmea. It la not known how tho boost took tire. The box supper Rlvan by tho ladlea waa a success financially. Tho receipts aaiountliiK to nearly $10, to be uuqd in purchasing a carpet for tho now Christian church, which will ho completed soon. The lady Maaona (I reckon tlint'a what you call 'em) also Rare a supper at Jaule Waah Inatttuta on the night of tho 27th, which was said to have been a sue Tho Methodiataurtt preparing for a LVsoy OwcNy untortalned at his big protracted mooting to beijin Boon. Wo homo on Dnvillo atreet Saturday evon- have not learned who llldo the preach lug in honor of aome of Ida friends. tag Mien Annie Drown Royston enterMrs McD. Jones, who has been con. tained the walking club on Thursday evn, ening at her home on Loxington Htreet. flnoJ to her bed ulnco tti holidays will bo up In la much Improved and Mr. Jesse Fox abipped two car loads of mules to tho Southern market last a few daya. Mr. W. 0. Bryant feivo a party at week. 0. P. Stone sold to Laweon 15 Koenoy'a hall Monday night. V. H. ahoata at lie. Oolenxui in (urniablmt thn Liberty TriMleaGeorgiu Dunn gave a party ono bune with tho new from this section. evening laat week In honor of her two Uy Tombs, colored, who lived at recent visitor, Misses Higgina and Roys-ton- , Freetown near Mt. Bale-n- , loat h a of Manse. and all ita contenta by fire Tnur Last week Mr. Alex T. Weatsold his v farm on tho Lexington The losa ia pretty heavy an he wae a piko three miles liU Luj of Lancaster, consisting of poor nun and had Jtibt killed 69J acres to and the meat waa stored away in the Mrs. Klir. i Lear, fur 3,100. house, beaidea about 10 in money waa Mr and Mrs. Thomas D. Robincon I bc-Ra- .! Grant will he in Crab Orchard Saturday to accommodate those wlo Dr. SHIP YOUR PRODUCE TO R h.iu -- cc9. The fall term of Janlo Waah In- stitute will close Jan. 17th, and the spring term wilj begin Jan. 27th, with Lena J. Caperton, na principal, Mlai Caperton la a daughter of Kav. A. 0. Caperton, of Louisville, who waa once editor of tho Western Krcorder. She la a graduate of Georgetown College and cornea highly recommended t a teacher. Prof. J. II. Allen will have charge of tho intermediate and primary departments of tho school and n moat aiicceaaful term in predicted. Mr. U.C. McWhorlerand Miaa Jo-an- Adam, daughter of Mr. J, 1$. Ad- ams, of Fishing Creek, were married at Mr. ltobt. McWhorter'a, at Yoaemlte, Wednesday. It was given out that tho wedding would take place at the Baptiat church and J ho house waa crowded at tho appointed hour to wltucea tho tieing of tho knot, when a courier arrived and informed Itev. G rider that his presence was desired at Yoflemite. It wao then that tho people realltiJ, that they had be( shoaled and a general ex predion of indignation waa heard over the house. Some determined not to be outdone howevrr, Jumped Into bugglM and has toned over In timo to see the Job well done, while others walked slowly homo in anything but a happy frame of mind. Mr. McWhortor it the youngeat son of J. W. McWhorter, 8r., and la an induatrioun young man, while bla bride, who la a school teacher, is .said to bo a most, excellent woman and wo bespeak for them a happy voyage o'er llfe'a fitful eea. The "Lee of Virginia" aeries will be the next (February) number of Frank Leslie's Popular Montbjy, with tho introductory article specially written for, it by Mrs, Roger A. Pryor, upon "The Ancestors of General Robert E. Lee," in England and in Colonial Virginia, and the times in which they llvod. This and thoso to follow, will be profuao ly illustrated, tho wholo forming an authoritative pictorial chronicle of the dis tinguished family which hua given to America ao many statesmen, warriors, and types of chivnlroua patriotism. gin in ar-tlcl- e, P Our delinquents will pleane turn to Romans 13:8 and reaolvu this New Year to keep tho command therein given Interior Journal. This ia a dreary waste of timo and apace. Delinquents never read tho Danville Advocate. ia boiiig entertained by Mrs. J. M. Hialt. We aro aware of that, but nro trying to Miaa Bernice Hamilton has returned to do a little evangelizing this year and hopo her home in Nicjliolasville. A, II. Rico to win even thoeo vile sionors to a bet- ia at homo from Nashville on a visit to tercourae and better deads. hia parents. Mrs. Blanche Sweeney is Representative B. 11. King, of Lincoln, at home from London on a visit to Ik r man: "I am parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. M Clomorsoir said to a Courier-Journa- l going to vote for Dr. Hunter, but if ho Miss Dunn, of Danville, is the guest of Mies Maud Robinson. Mru. Geo. Scott dot'H not Bhow up with eafo strength very early in tho race I am going to vote has returned to Jessamine. Miss Chrisfor John W. Yerkea or Judge T. 'A, Mor- tine Bradley has joined hor parenta at row, of Pulaski county. I will not vote Frankfort, Messrs. Richard Denny and for Hunter at all if Mr. Yorkes name in Jack Rout, of Stanford, were hero Sunpreaentod, and it might be that. I would day. Mr. Olel Terrell and family have profer Judge Morrow to tho doctor.. I gono to Williamsburg to live. Mies Mathink that Judge Holt will finally bo ry Welch, of Nicholasville, is ajvisitor at Mr. John E. Stormes'. Miss Allle Brown nominated." ia viaiting her sister, Mrs. Rosa Crow, of The Schubert Symphony Club and La- Louisville. Miss Crutcbuold, of dy Quartette is one of the finest that has ia the guest of thoj Misses ever visited our city nQU the splendid Miaa Eflie Walker, has returned program rendered by them delighted nil to Atlanta after a ploaaant visit to Mits who wero fortunate enough to bear it. Mattio Walker. Misses Kate and Pearl The members of the company are all ar- Cormneyhavo returned to Louisville. tist of high order of talent. Galllpolis, Mr,, Malcolm Tiilett visited relatives in 0., Herald. Lexington last weok. Mr. Harry Fox, At Walton's Opera House Jan. 11. ot;,Eaton, 0, is the guest of his Bister, All the nickels and cents are coined Mrs. J. Joseph. Mrs. Blanche Sweeney basts her guest Miaa Lena Williams, of at tho Philadelphia mint and nearly made yearly, The govern- London. E. Y. Harris left Fuuday for are ment makes a large profit on them, the Frankfort to serve as a juryman. Dr, H. M. Grant and Miss Or copper in 1,000 cents only coatiug f 1 and Klnnaird narrowly escaped a verv nnr-- ! tho nickels only 1J cents a piece. A late census of the "big tresa" of ious accident. They were returning from a visit in tho country, just this' efde of California ahovys that there still standing, the largest being Judge Walker's residence nearing the the giant railroad track when" the horse became 33 feet and six inches in diameter. Mrs. Henry Curtis, of LaFayette, frightened at the coming train and startined to run off. Dr. Grant jumped from Ind , Is the mother of 25 children, of twins. the buggy and by heroic effort managed I cluding seven pairs Bi-bl- o. pretty home on Stanford street, Sunday to a number of their friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Jarvis entertained recently at the.r country home in honor of their gueata, the Mlsaea Rilnr, of Lebanon, and Misses Finch, of Danville. Tho young men of our vicinity will give another oon of thoir hops on Thursday evening. To all of tho lovers of tho Terpslcorian art this newa will be gratifying. Dlod in this county on the Full Lick pike on Thursday, in the 70th year of ilia age, Mr. Willinm Dodd. Ho had been ill of Brlght's dlneasu for a year or more paat. Tho romaiua were interred in the Line ister Cemetery on Friday. There waa a fuller attendance than usual at the Christian Endeavor society Sunday afternoon at the Presbyterian church. It waa a consecration meeting and was conducted by Miss Helen GUI, aWsted by Miss Mamie Noel. The group of pictures in a recent edition of the Courier-Journ- al contained a most excellent llkenuaa of Lancaster's distinguished dead, Gen W. J. Landram. The photograph was included with a long lint, of distinguished men whose death have occurred in thu past year. Lancattter had MOiiiathlng novel last week in the way of a colored jury, which waa chosen to try ono of their race. It may bo that other towns in the State have wlthlu tbolr recollection h4 colored jurors to try a casi, but nothing of tho kind over occurred in our quiet little city before.. Mr. C, D Powell has rented and mov. od his family to the new and lately finished residence of Mr. A. G. Scott on street, paying $1$Q rent. Mr. Powell comes to us highly recommended bj thu good peoplo of Stanford. We are BlwayB glad to have good citizens aud extend all such a cordial' welcome. Married in Richmond laat wook at tWe homo of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Arnold, their, daughter, MIbs Lula, to Mr, 8. W, Jphnston, a widower of this county, living near Dryantaville Mies Arnold with hor parents were residents of Lancaster for a number of yoara before they located in Richmond. May fragrant flowers cluster continually around their pathway. It seems that Lancaster can aud will come to tho front if possible. The man who is now in tho front rank ia Judge Wm. McKee Duncan, of Louisville, who ia likely to Bucceed Judga Jackson, of that city, lately deceaaod, as circuit judge. Judge Duncan waa for many yearan resident of Lancaster. Tnia is his birth place and it was hero that ho brought his huniNomo bride to live. It Is but natural that tho poople should feel much pride in any of her citizens who rise to honor and fame. Miss Mary Rngsdale, of Cincinnati, Do-pot gavearuoit sumptuous dining at their CHURCH AFFAIRS. At Winchester there are ill 803 Christiana, 102 Cumberland Presbyterians, 45 Episcopalians, 039 Methodists, 221 Presbyterians, 223 Catholics and 20 Jews. The elevation of Archbishop Satolli to tne rank of cardinal at the cathedral in Baltimore Sunday was accompanied by elaborate ceremonies. Cardinal Gibbons and upward of 2o American bishops participated. Mr. J. L Beazley will address the Young People'a Society of the Baptist church at the regular meeting there next Sunday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock, incompliance with a unanimous request from that flourishing Bociety. Dr. Talumge Iibh already succeeded in raising a row in his church at Washington. He la co paator with Dr. Sutherland, hut wants to monopolize all tho timo, and the presbytery has been called on to fluid. thu matter. The Methodists of Burjjn, began a revival in their church about two weeks since, which n rpu',d n 72 conversions up to Friday. Tne Ruv. Culpepper, of Georgia, conducted the meeting until relieved by tho Rev. J. W. Hughe?, of Wilmore, who will continue the meeting until interest closes. . The weok of prayer began Sunday Might Bt the Presbyterian church with services by Rev. J. T Sharrard, Uat night they were to be held at tbo Chriatian church by Rev. W. S. Grinstead, tonight at the Methodist church by Rev. A. V. Sizinore, Wednesday night at the Baptiat church by Eld. Joseph Ballou, Thursday night at tho Presbyterian church by Rev. R. B. Mabony, Friday night at the Christian church by Rev. Ben Helm and Stturday night at the Methodist church by Dr. William Shel-toBap-tiata, n. need work in dentiatry. Our drug ptoro lria moted into new quartera especially prepared for the b.1b of drill!, where they are in nrauged in handsome style. Misa Jesn Buchanan spent a' few dayH tit her home here and returned to Louisvillo with her eister, Mrs John Mr. John Caraon has a po. eition in Liocaster, to which place he went a few days s'nee. Wm. Anderson wna urreted t Sunday by a larue and appreciative audi. He- gv a verv encourAiing talk enc to the Chriatian Endeavor Imnd et tU 0 iriatiatt church Sunday afternoon and eiithnncd all of his heaiers very much. There Iirs huen a good deal of moving in town. Mr Chadwick rented his ci zy little resilience to Mr. W. A. Beez ley ami moved to tht home fur tho pan Phm, where we trust lie will be able to give solid comfort to tho unfortunates, but the citizens of Crab Orchard give him and up with reluctance. Miaa Clara Myers, of Cincinnati, is visiting ner cousin, Miss Minnie Myers. Miss Alice Moore, alter a delightful visit to friends in Lancaster, returned home accompanied by Miss Myrtle Wilds, who is now her guest. Mr. Mayfleld and family, of Lexington, aro viaiting Mr. Wm. Stewart and family. Mies Lizzie Gormley has returned from a pleasant to Lexington. Miss Bessie Fayne left Monday for Bowling Green. Mrs. Dr. Black, of Kuoxville, is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fish. She will soon be joined by her husband. Mr.Jvon Fish apent Sunday with hia parents. Miss Capitola Slaugh. ter has returned from a visit to her aunt, 'Katydid," in Alabama. hift-famil- INCORPORATED. CO. the largest business, having more We hnndlc every thing on commission, and-dbuyers than other houses. Careful, prompt, and honest dealing i3 the secret of oursuccess. Correspondence invited. Price currents mailed free. 313-31- 0 Murrell Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. CRAIG & H0CKER, Cash Druggists, Give Special Attention to Our prices on Sundries and Surgical Supples, &c, will convince you that you will save money by PRESCRIPTIOITS! PAYIfTO AOT. WE ye to the Old and Welcome to the New Year. We feel sad to separate withthe old but welcome the new with faith the hand that has ever guided us in the past. The curtain has dropped over the old and we come to the new to make of it the best we can. As the old year closes we close all our accounts and shall, not open another set of books, save for those to whom we are indebted, but shall continue to close our stock for in -- 11 ON A LOCAL NATURE. Rev. A. V. Sizamoro in his sermon Sunday said that the members of his church, though he has persistently urged them to do so, do not attend the prayer meetinga and the Sunday-schoo- l, They are setting a had example for tneir children, ho sid, for which they will have to give an account. He statod that he wai aorry, and exceedingly so, that the good old f ishloned plan of parenta taking tneir children to church with them and having tho father to Bit on one end of tho beuch, the mother on tho other aud the children batveen them, had by fashion been abandoned, for tho modern plan with tiie children scattered over tho house, giving them an opportunity to act irreverently in God's bouse. Tho Biptiet church members ought to adopt all of their pjstor's suggestions. A Memukr. All the saloons have been closed at Pinevillo. Auditor Stone appointod a Rich- We want your help and know we can do you good.' All want a dol-y-lmond darkey to be his messenger. to go as far as possible and ours is the place to invest your cash There were only 32 interments of Danville people in the cemetery there We invjte not only the trade but merchants to come and help us close last year; a decrease of 20 against the out so as to get out of the way. You can buy them as cheap from us year before. as we can buy them. Come and try it. The L. & N.'s $4,000 depot at d has been completed and it wasn't built too soon. A decent depot has long been needed there. Mannie, the old daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. A. Carter, .died at Lebanon Junction Sunday and will be buried in Buffalo Cemetery this morning. Mr. Carter formerly lived at Rowland. J. Sherman Cooper waa appointed superintendent of schools in Pulaski to fill out the unexpired term of Superintendent of Public Instruction, W. J. Davidson. Wash Richardson, a prosperous farmer of Pulaski, believes tbat he will die on the loth of this month, and notwith standing he ia jn perfect health, he io ta iking preparations to join the silent majority. Albert 9. White, the colored attorney of Louisville, is being uiged for one of the four positions as republican from Kentucky. What's the matter with George Gentry? He deserves the honor more than Bny other colored republican. ar Jtich-raon- Only M ir i 11 "ti HUCHES Sl TATE THe Chas. Hiram Lighter, of Athene, O , baB received a X. Y. draft for J5C0 from a man he help'"' and thought was a Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville. i v tramp. The banking business muBt bo good in Georgia. The First National of Rome Iibs just declared a al dividend of 0 per cent, and the National Bank of Columbus, announced a 10 per cent, dividend. Gov. Bradley would not accept the bond of State Treasurer-elec- t Long because his surety for the $300,000 is a guarantee company. The bonds of several other officers were returned for various reasons. The Danube flows through countries in which 52 languages and dialects are spoken. It is 2,000 miles in length and s bears on its current of the commerce of Eastern Europo. A New Jersey man, who was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment on conviction of having assaulted his stepdaughter, has beon released after serving 20 months in prison on the confession of the girl tbat sho had perjuied herself. During tho year just ended, accord ing to Dun's review of trade, there were 13,107 commercial failures throughout the United States, aa against 13.SS5 n 1804, a decrease of G88. Liabilities weie $173,100,000, as compared with an increase of $203,144. Tho Senate flnauce committee has decided to report a substitute for House bond bill, which shall provide for the free coinage of silver at 16 to I, withhold all authority for issuing bonds, prohibit the issue of bank notes of any deaonaina- tion less than $10, provide for redeeming. greonba:ka in gold or silver and direst the secretary of the treasury to coiai tb silver bullion now in the treasury for the purpose of redeeming treasury nolra issued an ler the act of ISOO. semi-annufour-fifth17?,-992,8- tan-for- d, s. "Peni-phroy- ireMJof judgment has been rendered against Lt. Gov. M. C. Alford aud others in Indiana in favor of the Alexandria Laud and Improvement Company. They bought an immense tract of land when Alexandria was booming and platted all of it. They failed to make payments and the judgment was on foreclosure. Thi attorneys' fees in the case amounted to $2,500. There ha?p beeu some smaller judgments rendered in similar cases within the past year, running tho total to about f 1)00,000. Secretary Carlisle Iiob issued a call forbouds. It invites sealed propasals for 100,000,000 of United States 4 per cent, bonds in denominations of $50 and multiples of that sum aa may be desired by bidders. Proposals will be received until noon of February 5, the bonda to be dated Fobruary 1, 1890. At tho Dannemora, N. Y. prison John McGough, a convict, confessed his guilt of the murder for which "Bat" Shea was to have diedJyeBterday. Shea was respited by Gov. Morton. Queen Victoria has conferred tho honors ofknighthood upon a ed negro. A full-bloo- H.RUPLfiY.-- e A twtotitt la f . taeceivmg flis FALL : AND : WINTER ,: GOODS, call I- Goorts Warranted and a Perfect Fit GuaranteM. Give me Queen &Cr escent ROUTE reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains. Day Coaches and .Stepping Cars through. to Ilarriman, Chatta nooga, Attalla, Birmingh?u, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New OrleafAr?uanla iacon and JacksonynYle. 'inrough Sleeping Cars to Knoxyille, Hot Springs-an- qm i Men roe AsheVille; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksbu-and Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles ana San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, via New Orleans or via Shroveport. Rhort T.inp from tin Tlhif Hrnu Oitipa tn Cincinnati with every accommodation to patrona. Free Parlor Lj55?'- jiff irKSF Cars Lexington to Cincinnati, Cafe, Parlor and Observa- - ?2Z3e32 tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. Chaa.W.Zell, W. O. Binearson. tC"-- 9 r8w Pfo. PaM'r Agt., Cincinnati. 0 O.i'.A., Cincinnati, O. d g, d - The Q & O., limited train, No. 1, leay-in- c Cincinnati at 8 a.m. will "stop vat Georgetown and make close connection with the Kentucky Midland for Frank fort. 0. D. Bercaw, G. P. A. mm 1 yiv- - .'- - '"- - i'-i-k fmimlmmmmmmm ( , itMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURK Bangor, Me., is planning palace, to bo built on the PenobBCot river 3c. George Baker bought of various aa som as the ice is of sufficient thickto parties n bunch of mountain cattlo at 2 If international law laid down by Presi- ness. delivered to the Legislature The Norfolk fc Western general of to 2Jc. against foreign encroachhalf of the promises made during the dent Monroe Milton Young has offered tho great fices at Roanoke, Va., were discovered territory. canvass are kept, it will recommend ma- ment of American Btallion, Hanover, to Richard Croker for to be on fire and were burned to the ny steps toward retrenchment and re$50,000. Dr. Huntkr, who usually gets what he ground. form. He will of course nak that nu- coes after, is said to have fixed up this John A. Goldsmith, the dead cattleJohn Hoch. who murdered hia merous and sundry officeB be abolished, slate for the Houso to adopt In Now York, was sentenced man, left an estate amounting to nearly sweetheart including that of agister of the land Charles Blandford.'of Breckinridge, for to die during the week beginning Feb $500,000. of others be old colt office, and that the salaries Horner, a speaker; J. Speed Smith, of Madison, for ruary 10. reduced to conform to his ideas of econ- chief clerk; T. 8. Kirk, of Palntsville, for Btepped an eighth in 27 secouds over the CoBv the burning of a residence nt omy in the administration of goverment-a- l assistant clerk; John L. Rich, of Coving- lumbus, O., tha father, mother, two Dalles track. affairs. Of course he will recommend tnnkv, Five ton, for enrolling clerk; R. C. Hill, o children and two visiting ladies were t the overhauling of the books in all the Beattyville, for sergeant-at-arma good carriage home nnd a young mare If It cremated. departments by expert accountants, for sale. B. B. King, Moreland. bo really true that the doctor has named Gov. Morton, which will, according to the republican More Rood brood mares will be bred this crowd, it is good bet at heavy odds through Mr. Piatt, announced his cancry before the election, show no end of above didacy for the republican nomination in Tennessee this year than in any preto make that It will win. Since the rottenness and nwcality. We are exvious year in the history of the State. was written Lyons and Fllppen, the oth. turfpecting great things and great revela nroAniUilatefl for speaker, have with. for president. Edward Ayrea, the re-- At Pittsburg, Pa., a Ave timeB tions, so do not disappoint ns, governor. of the great drawn and the Blate goes through with, spited murderer was hanged Fridj man, formerly owner la dying at his home In Woodford lne wnoie Biaie is ioukiuk at juu. out opposition. He killed the woman ho had promised county. England seems to have stirred up a Hon. A. E. Wilson, who Gov. Bradley to make his wife. Christians are thought Beaure 2.001 paring, brought $2,750 Two thousand real prospect of war in South Africa by Bald In a speech here had done more at auction at Springfield, O. Ho was a to have been killed In the massacre at placing an armed force in Transvaal, the than any man In Louisville to get the great horse last year and $10,000 was Orfah. A massacre iB said to iave ocgold producing country in the city Into republican line, has been turngreatest for him. curred at Biredjlk. world, with the intention of annoxing it ed down by members of the Legislature There are now 40 trotters in the 2:10 editor of The Mr. P. T. Farns worth, 2:12 to Cape Colony. Germany looks on the from the city, all of whom are for HuntLexington's most list, 65 in the 2:11 list, 115 in the equip-pe- d Argonaut, and one of invasion as a deliberate attempt on the er. As WilBon iB a much bettor list, 1SS in the 2:13 liHt, 273 in the 2 14 popular journalists, fell Saturday night part of the British to enforce their poliand a far more deserving man than list and 399 in the 2:15. and broke hia leg. cy of keeping Europe divided into two Hunter, this action on their part is inexP. P. Nunnelley bought In the mounsevFive trainmen were killed and order to facilitate EogliBh ag- plicable only on the hypothesis that S. H. Shanka 18 mule coltaat campB, in bodly hurt by a collision be- tains for gressions and encroachments in Africa "soap" has been uBed. Otherwise, home eral others $15 to $18. Mr. Shanks now has 35 that caused s tween trains near Ohillicothe, O., and elsewhe ", and it is Bald that the pride, to say nothing of his better cost him an average of $16.50. by an open switch. for Senator, would have led the Emperor ha come to an agreement with The Mayaville Fair Grounds, includAn engine on the Columbus, SanFrance to arrest the British advance in Louisvillians, with the accent on the lating 100 acres of land, were sold by the dusky & Hocking R. R- - exploded near South Africa. This means war if it is ter syllable, to support Mr. Wilson. assignee to Thomas A. Keith lor $11,000, Shawanee, 0., killing three men and la- undertaken, and with two wars on hand Tne buildings alone cost $13,000 a few AFraa all he has done to wreck democ tally injuring another. at once, England will go to the demni-Hoyears ago. The Florence, Ala., water wonts win bowwows. There1 is hardly a possi- racy In this 8tate, It will be a shame to John Embry, of Jessamine, bought be sold at register's Bale Feb. 10. The bility of war with us, though. The com- nomlnbte Senator Blackburn for for Simon Weihl of J. B. Foster 32 cattle the finest in the even If It only be complimentary, worka are considered mission will spend the J100.000 approaveraging 1,350 pounds at 3.65, of Adam State and cost $200,000. priated for its expensee; England will ana it is to De nopeu mai ium uouiutmio are advocat- Pence 20 a little heavier at 3 and of F. Sportsmen In Kentucky back down when abeeeeB theU. S. is in of the Legislature will not be guuiy oi Reid a bnnch of same at 3)o. absoto Buch Imbecility. To blm more than to ing a bounty on hawka and the earnest and peace will continue Simon Weihl shipped 250 head ol of shooting quail in priad her wings between the two coun- any other one man is due the fact that lute prohibition years. It took 15 cira export cattle today. Kentucky is now under republican rule this State for two tries. They were purchased of Major John D. The Baloon men of Georgetown, wi'l and he ought to have this fact impressed Boston export. Rich 8knatob Blackbubh is determined if on him in a most emphatic manner by contest, on technical grounds, the De Harris, for the The price Ib not Pantagraph. possible to capture the democratic organ- those who have it in their power to cember local option election, wntcn was mond stated. ization of the Legislature and haa ac- do bo. decided against the Baloons. It cost R. J. Patterson, of near cordingly brought out Editor James M. During a debate in the Senate, Sena this Rtate, $160 to.'send 208 for Times is 29 years old ator Hill paid a tribute to Secretary le The Georgetown Bichardson, of the Glasgow Times, Liverpool, England; bnt of apples to speaker and it is Bald will pat him up for and like good liquor continuea to imas "one of the greatest public men as he got $560 for his applos, bo's not democratic caucus, prove with age. Ita present editor, Mr. that this country ever produced." Chairman of tha Joint grumbling. against Hon. W. W. Stephenson, of Mer- Tnhn A. Rnll. hu nreaided over itti deaThomas Stone, of Cadiz, this State, Capt. Sam Stone haa rented his grass made it a power fell out of hia buggy while drunk and cer, a McOreary man. Mr. Richardson is tinea all that time, and is true, it will be found broke both lens. Hia wife, in attempt- land, consisting of 110 acres to J. W. unwavfor good. If it an extreme free nilverlte and an abBales at $3. 50 per acre. James Adams ering supporter of Blackburn. We dis- in the Times; otherwise not. for it is ing to get him home, fell and broko an gets the corn land, 150 acres at (7.30, and like too see him go down in such solutely the most reliable paper in tho arm. aleo Capt. Stone's old home place of 40 a cause, but ho has made bis bed hard 8tate. May it live forever and Ita clever A Jeffereonville, Ind., merchant adacres for $190. Richmond Register. and be must lie hard. Carroll ought to editor nover die. vertised dolls "for a eon." Eight little Florida ia on the verge of a big tobe given the nomination without congirls ran in and after singing the best say he has bacco boom. There are fully 800 aptest. P. S. Yesterday's papers say that Gov. McObkabv's managers they knew how, grabbed a doll apiece plications for seed tobacco on file in the and that Richardson haa aoneibly declined to per- 33 votes promised beyond doubt and departed. Florida State department of agriculture, to be used as a cat's paw and tie live members of the Legislature, who mit himself John Dorsey.ol Floydsvllle, W. Va., and tobacco growers' associations are besound money men, wheeled his eon in a baby will not allow the use of his name fdr are unpledged, are every county in If Springfield, 0., a distance of ing formed in almost the speakership, so Carroll will have a who will not vote for BUckburn. huMvto these claims are good the governor seems 580 milea, to visit hia relatives. It took the State. Cattle aro higher in Chicago and to ha ve a pretty sure thing as only 35 3 months. marrow la nearly votes are necessary for the nomination. him there eeems to be no question about It makes one whose S. J. Horn, who died at ParkerBhuig, being fewer cattle than a year ago a temperature hovering frozen with was buried by the county, thero Thk Legislature meets t iday under the W. Va , and available for marketing during the firtt zero in thia dead of winter, long around politically. The has been discovered to be worth nearly six months of tho preseut year, and as to fly away and be at rest to read about remarkable etate of a tie and will $100,000, most of which is in a bank at the demand is growlnp, pricta It ia churnthe tournament of roseB now in progress Houbo is largely iepublican officers Wilmington, Del. ed, should rule higher. Choice to fancy at Pasaadena, Cal. The parade was par- have plain sailing electing the The colored brother has been recogSenate is bsevea 4 to 43; common to choice steets a great number of people named by the boss, but the ticipated in by by dem. nized In the selection of W. H. Laweon 3J to 4 J; etockera and feeders 2J to 3J. many thousands witnessed it. A democratic and will be manned and for cloakroom keeper and the Rer. coachesi o ratlc oflleialB, as well as prove a moat large number of Thomas Willie for janitor on the Hun-te- r double and single teams' healthy check on tho Howie. slate for House officers. literally covered with roses, marguerites, Carl Mertz, of Columbus, 0., grew Pkhsidrnt Cleveland eigned the proc water lilies, carnations and smilax, were lamation that made Utah a State, Satur- tlrod of life and flung hlmsnlf into the in line. A single coach utilized 4,000 day, and now there are 45 in tho glorious canal. The water was too cold for him I will rent at public auction on not County th Daniel Court day, January carnations in decorationB. The parade of conutellation. Poligamy and Statehood and he yelled loudly for help, rvhicli farm of wj Acres, 8s ij, 1896. which rc tobuK gala acini of already In No. bicycles decorated with flowers was a do not go together and the followers of reached him just in time. corn, 13 in nan and the baUnce Blue Orasi. I will alie tell at the tame lime feature of the procession. The coaches Brignam Young will have to seek other Nine men were buried in the Anna aloug the 1 5 Shares Farmers Bank and Trust and carriages scattered roses of thoir unnatural Lee mine on Battle Mountain in Coloraflowers to the fields for the practice line of march, and threw Co. Stock. do by the cavin in of a shaft. If any f religion. spectator. lc them are alive It la doubtful if they can Trmi made known on day of i'L'NCb. Agent. ADAM The Cubans teem to have their strug- be reached in time to save them. Tiik Louisvllla Commercial is the most gle for liberty noarly won and will soon The L. & N. papsenger train from inconsistent sheet that ever tried the pa- throw off the galling Spanish yoke. They Mayaville on the North Fork bridge, s aro much better fighters than the Spantience of a long Buffering people It a negro woman and knocked her to favor sound money, yet it per- ish hired men and being used to the cli- atruck 40 feet into tho creek. She wsb inatant- evmate and knowing the ropes are able to Examine Your Fire Insurance sistently opposes and misrepresent ly killed, every bone in her body being Policies. ery democrat who Is not for free silver. outwit them on every hand. broken. Ita advocacy of Senator Blackburn ought The North British and Mercantile Tub name of Gov. Brown'will be pre. to damn him in the eyes of decent people MATRIMQNIALMATTERS. democratic caucaa for tho Insurance Company if he had not other Bins to answer for aented to the unreli- nomination for Senator, but tho ex.gov. Of England, have lost trace ol their The Commercial is so thoroughly Ambrose Portwood, 70, and Mra. as much chance as a able that to be certain that it is a lie you ernor doesn't stand Neal, 65. were married in Ander2002334, in fly time, and he Jennie have only to see a statement printed in short tall bull son county. the oughtn't to. man And the holder ol tame will greatly oblice speita disreptutable columns. A Kansas girl has sued a young ahave Company if he will kindly notify their to her nerves from cial Agent, A. K. HOLLING. at No. 1111 Second The Breckinridge News, which by the for $5,000 for damages street, Louisville, Ky., of its ownership. Looibvillk is making a big play for way is the neatest printed paper in the being suddenly hugged. National democratic convention ard the Olive Lake, the divorced wife of State, publishes the Ten Commandments everv Kentuckian will hopo that her presumably as a matter of news to ita beCALL ON., James J. Corbett, was married to Fred ambition will be realized. St. Louis is nighted patrons. L. Maaury, a wealthy New Yorker. also offering big inducements and next Next Thursday morning, Misa Annie to LouiBville, we believe our people NEWSY NOTES. , STANFORD, KY., Peyton Greene and Rev. George P. Taub-mangreatly would prefer to Bee the convenKor UsgKaire and Key Checks, Metal Checks of desof Newport, will unite their Justice Brewer was elected president all kinds, Uadees, Dog License Checks, Key Hon. Breckinridge tion held there. Metal and genKings, Chains, to a of the Venezuela commission by that tinies. Only the Immediate relatives eral repairing Ac. Slampintfon Llmom't store, D. Jones, of St. Louis, has written ceremony. Thoy will btanford, Ky. Shop over M. &6 will witness the number of Kentucky friends to use their body. of Alliance, leave on the noon train Bnd after Jan. 14, Mrs. Thomas Wilson, Influence for hia city, but ho had evi500 Washington, Ave., not heard that Louisville would O., fell Into a creek while drunk and was bo at home at Mr. Taubman is the dently Newport, where drowned. ecok the honor. . Richard Robinson bought of J. L. young paBtor of a very flourishing GhriB Or Exchango. Hon. Gboruk V. Tiui'itft has ceased Yantfa a ibV'n of 125 acres in Garrard tian church. Miss Greene is an accomelegant laay, and as hand-eowensboro county for 1,00C. plished and to publish thej&iiu'ay Post at 0 On as she is captivating in manner and tains pike two miles East of Ilustonville Con In Montana during theNjpast year and accept his former position as Inqul'er. He wields $17,115,000 of gold, silver and" popper lovely in deposition. of the :L,aiic1, 140 a ffciiopen and having been raised up to were produced. Well improved and in an excellent neighborhood FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Six persons wore killed outright, newspaper work knows all thegat.ta. Mr. Land lies well. Will exchange for a smaller or a cheaper place in this or any good county in the name four are missing and31 were injured by TriplettlBthemaa who sent 'his groceries Dictator has 610 members in hia btatu or would take a cleanInstock oflive town, and of time by an explosion at St. Louis. some or hardware in part payment echoing down the corridors list. will sell for part cash, balance in five years' tune Auditor-elec- t public that immortal Stone ia said to have standard longer if desired. For further particulars call inflicting upon the 0. Vanoy bought of William Burton or oriddreis, K. D. KENNEDY. on poem, beginning, "Girl in hammock, determined to appoint D. N. Comingpre, 24 8hoatflftt 3c. Ilustonville, Ky. 83 tm of Covington, Insurance commissioner. book."reading to-da- y. to-da- y: Mr. Whitney will shortly announce him-ae- lf 7, 189G SrANFORD. bevond tbo range of consideration g rs a candidate. It is a rather humilla-tinbut the lint of possible confession, W. P. WALTON. candidates for the democratic nomination is very Hhort, and it may turn out must have become that the party will have to Gov. Bhadlkv defense. We writer or hia meBaaRe to the Mr. Cleveland in self mighty Blow however, thet long before the Legislature will be me iodKcb, o rcuuru. will have atated In unNearly every dispatch Irotn Franklort convention he weeks or more Las told mistakable terms that the unwritten for the last three law against third terms is a about his hiding out from otlico Beckers popular a prlnclplej as the unwritten work on his message, which will he binding T...,.vn that he is a back number, it fa said that Senator Hill haa laid aside lis ambition to be president and that K?., January be-tfo- r. A follow in New York is said to have made 360,000 in organiglng bogus Masonic lodstes in therural districts. At a dance in Perry county James Mayhew, deputy Bheriff, was killed by David Riddle. A band spike was used. Tho BUtement of the condition of trail a K ii ianti Hill IUa tMtBMit oVirtta gold reserve, f G2.GSG,- ance, fl78.40o.297; A LouIb Walz bought of W. il. Murphy In Lexington last year thrre were a couplo of heifers at 2jc. almost two deaths to, every one blrtb. No whlto horses are allowed In tho There wore 539 deaths and 295 blrtha. -x-- THE-:-:- 308. German calvary Bcrvice. Constantiue, a 100 to 1 shot, won a race at New Orleans Saturday. Harry B., 2:171, started out green list year and won 13 races out of 17. The Harrpdsbnrg Sayings reporlu sales of 20 cattle, 1,500 pounds, at 2 60, John Murphy sold to J. O. Johnson, of Boyle, r small bunch of cattlo at 2c. Frank Anderson sold to B. F. Rob- a big ice inson, of Garrard, a bunch of fat hogs at Louisville Store. JANUARY REDUCTION For 1896. f4 ALE V-- 4' This week wc begin our reduction sale for the New Year. When been lowered from vvr mv rnrlitctinn wo mwri tlmt thn nriCCS haVC what they formerly were. H eeven-montb- B CLOAKS CAPES. well-brok- e, flvo-year-o- ld s. These will be thrown on your mercy this week and closed out at half their actual value. This is a sale that hundreds of good people anxiously await every year and they will be well repaid for their patience. Some big bargains in well-kno- wn Beu-zett- e, i Ladies' and Gents' Underwear & Hosiery. Sec our Line of ed Clothing, Overcoats, Macintoshes, Heavy Boots and Shoes all marked down. quail-cation- COME TO SEE US, And be convinced that wc can save you money. n THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STANFORD, Br2, A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, T; D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores: Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. Clo-verpo- bar-rel- Oir-lis- Pure Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles, &c, T Prescriptions a Specialty at PENNY'S DEUG STORE. Times Change, Firms Change,Prices Change. - walk-ove- r. six-ln-ha- four-in-hand- s, fob :r,:e:n"t. 1 I will conduct a Whplcsalc and Retail business this year with inl creased facilities and rcspectfull ask a share of your patronage, with full assurance that for your time spent in looking your compensation will be great. This move enables me to purchase goods low and furnish my customers with goods for less money than any dealer in the State. This is business. Quick sales and small profits. V W. ,W. WITHERS, Dealer in Furniture, Undertaking Goods, Carpets and Wall PapenJ (f 1 pre-tend- LOST. Higg ins& McKinney Want to- - Policy No. - F. G. BRADY, See You A Minute ! LOOK HEREI Seeding.timeis now rightjathand; wc havcIarge stock of Splendid Farm For Sale me 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 getting short and wc arc offering special inducements to close out a nice line of Buggies and Surreys. W. I,. WITHERS, Salesman. Acres of Flue B. K. WEAKEN. - 1 ' x . ' , te F Jv . mi-Wee- kly Interior Journal Oai-s- s at absolute coot ati Shanks'. prices Ov'KnooATS at tho rij?ht i l! B H ,Go. printed. HUSTONVILLE, KY. in the ' 9 Chaio & IlocKer aro treating their store now occupied by Mra. McKinney, A home school for the higher education of young ladies. The Spring Thb presont'haswhebn a pretty cold to n coat of paper and paint. Dauks, the Jeweler. snap,.tbo mercury going down to 0. Term of this old, well known and deservedly popular Institution will 9 Yesterday was clear and considerably open Monday, Jan. 20, 1896. Besides the regular College classes, E. C. Walton, Business Manager Wbddinci prevents at Danka', the Jow Wk havo moved into our new quarters warmer and tho signal service sMd it special Normal Classes will be organized for the benefit of young Lauler. CloeitiK out priceB on account of in Judge Carson'a store-rooCotno would be followed by threatening and dy Teachers, who may wish to review the branches usually required 7 , You can bnvo no idea how chenp nnd removal. sfiayon and ecu ua. Danka, 9the jeweler. still warmer weather Tuesday. in the Common Schools and special instruction given in Pysychology, bow good everything in our jowulerr na 9 Youn account ta now ready and BllvorwnroetocK is. On and lo conIr you want a chenp suit of clothes go Mns Saiiha P. Rkid9 sold yesterday to Methods of Teaching, School Discipline, Elocution and Physical Culand Jewelry will pleanacoino forward and settle. M. to vinced. I'enny'ij Dm " Shanka. You can get it thbre either Mrs. R. B. Mahony her preity cottage on ture. Hoard and tuition lor term of 20 weeks S70. For further parB.& J. W. UaiiKiimnn. Btore. B. J. PINKKRTON, President. e or taiior-inadMr Weat Main street (or $2,700. Mr. J.J. ticulars and Catalogues address 9 Mv friends will greatly oblige mo if PERSdHAi POINTS. Sthayhd or Htoloti from my stable Fri- McRoberta will occupy it thia year. Mrs, will call and Bettlo their accounts. I Mrs. J. 8. Blkdsok Una been very sick they day last a blood by mare, 3 years old Iteid also sold to Mra. Dr. J. B. Owsley need the money. M. F. Klkln. for eeveral clajB. and 14 handa high Liberal reward for C2J Hcrea ol land on tho Knob Lick pike Rrant-e- d Thomas Oaks, Ko wland.haB been Mkikii is baking the finest bread her return. R.O.Warren. Uo miles (romittanford for $3,500. John a of pensiou. oversold in Stanford. Ills baker is also BYThat wbb all a blutl about Mayor Mies Auklk Fmlanu left yesterday to an expert on cakes of all kinda. The city makes a good allowing ol its condition in another column, but tin Duncan, of Lexington, attempting to visit relatives at OwloKoville. Tiiih 1b leap year and already we heir fortunately several of tho iteine named hold on to the nflice. Ho will peaceably Mna. Maiiy Layton. of Garrurd, npent of SHeial old uinidri laying plans of deep Bs acacia are not worth par by a good retire. Bivurnl dayB with the MlfseB Noel. B. J. Cloud, one of tiie best known City, aud dark dt sign ngalnet eligible and in- deal. ent at Cave Mh.O. F.Cuiii), stock traders in Central Kentucky, was nocent bachelorn. Mr. Joe S. Kice. has been on a vUit to Oun accounta are now all ready and found dead in a field near Winchester T. J. Hill. Jn.. went to UowIIdk Green Tux lost horo advertiped by William we shall expect overyono to do his duty, Sunday. He was last seon near tho spot yesterday to attend the busineHB college. Magrann was brought in yesterday by that is to pay, and our hooka aro now where ho was found, 17 days Bgo, and Misa Octavia Hizkmoiik hiiB returned And Funeral Director. Itlchard Robinson, of Preauhersvillo. c'osed bs we are closing out. Hughes & the condition of hia body indicated that from a protracted visit to Clinton, 'I'enn. Advertising paya. Tate. ho had been dead that long. The body Also carry a nice line oi Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Mn. It. G. Hail hia been elected treas9 8 was frozen still 'and the fingers on one Somerset SaviuR A Uulldinu of the ago." urer of the "IMH0VBMBT, tho order Tiik Q. C. took oil trains 7 and Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Co. See our new atore. Save money by pay. Sunday and changed the leaving time of hand had been eaten off by ground mice. visMisb Mary Cabtbb, who has been Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- c log us new cash prices (or new goods No. 3 from Cincinnati to 10 M. which iting in Louisville and LGraoKe, return- Craig NKW ADVERTISEMENT. k Hocker. passes Junction City at 2:00 a. m Nob. ed yesterday. 1 and -' do not stop at Junction City. Mies Mary Walkkh, of Garrard, who 0. 0. Cox, manager of the opera house 9 is visiting Mrs. J. 0. Hays, has been quite at Lnwrencebnrg, telegraphed us yester1 iiavk rented the business of M. F. sick but is ccnvalfing. day: Scbubert'edelighted our people Sat- HI kin and wii! continue tho business at Mil. and Miui. Koiibut Baiinktt have urday night. They deserve packed the BJtno atand. I will soil (or cash To surpass all former efforts in furnishing the best merchandise at the- wiih (0 sell my farm, 'Falrvlew," four mlli moved to the I'enco place, formerly own house. Bnd know that 1 can make it to Irom buufordon tiie l)nTille pike, conUiplng lowest cash prices and ed by Robert McAllister. It is unlawful now to catch, kill orpur vour interest to nav cash. Louis Walz. about Mn. Annis Jamih will beeln a sub sue with such intent, or havo tho snino ' 9 9 Fino Land, Acres scription school over the old Pendleton in pofsession after it has been caught or placed my accounts in the And one of the beit itoclc farmi South of Lextoday. store room on Lancaster street killed, any unil, partridge or pheasant bauitH u( Jeeee D. Wearen (or collection ington, cooiidf nog location, Improvement!, nevMr. John Dryk and MIm Knto Drye, under a penalty of not less thnn $5 nor nnd ill Hxpct all who owe mo to settle er icarclty of wter, richneu ol soil. Ac. 1". H. II uot old Usloic will rent mine rif the By saving you money on every thing you buy from us. o! Hustonvllle, are vlcltlnK their slHer, In the next 30 days. I am determined neia to the bighcit bidder on (Xurt Day, J Jan. more than f 25 (or each ollense. M. FKLAND. Mra. It, 0. Brdley. Harrodsburj? Pern to straiuhton up my business. Dr. J. F. BSit We want to thank our friends and customers for their very liberal Maalord, Ky ocrat. Tiik HeintH didn't draw vpry much, Peyton. patronage during the year just closed and ask a continuance of the Minn AtMA Gann entertained lst so tho Iady Maccabees are in the CONDITION OK THE Tux Cincinnati papers Bay that John nlKht In honor of her RUest, Mir Cyn-thi- a same for 1896. alwut flOby the effort to make Heck, of Stanford. Eomerset Re- money In the show business. ExperII. Klrby, of thia pUce, 1b in trouble porter. ience Is a rather costly teacher, but there, and yesterday his uncle, W. J. FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. Mn. A. A. McKinnwy, J n., is at FrBnk-for- t knowledge obtnined in that way, is Kinnaird, o( Laucastei, went over and AT STANFORD, with tho hope of Rettlnn a position worth more. No order or society brought him home. Mr. Kirby has been as page in the Home, and we hope he hero has ever failed to lose by such an optini verv strangely o( late, and his At the close of business Dec 31. 189. will succeed, friends think his mind is diseased. undertaking. RKSOURCES. Mh. and Mm. II. I). McGmjric were Loans and Discounts ... ..$197,178 38 It is useless to argue this with you, you know as well as we of the Tiik First National Bank of Fort Scott, hero Saturday returnlnjc to McKlnney Tux fellow Thompson, who was taken Overdnll 3,5,0 (& many advantages. We promise to faithfully perform our part by after BpendinK the holidayB with Crab Kansas, after having made ita stockhold- snipe hunting hero because of his fresh- - Duo ftom Nat. Uanki 10.616 61 hanu- - Due from State DanVt buying the best goods and selling at the lowest living prices ers lose half their holdings, baa skipped ness.has been heard from again. He Orchard relativea. 417 55 ., ItanUnf house and lot... 5,580 00 IJlkwok Uaicby has returned to Gray another dividend and in the place of it ml a young lady at Louisa a card with Stocks and llontls 984 07 son and intends making a lawyer of I'rrsident Win Chenault slngn his tale of lot of gush written on It and barely escaped Specie . ....3,800 00 In the oillce of his woo in a circular letter, which between condign punishment from her father. In- Currency himself. Ho will n 11,949 80 15.749 80 brother-Inlaw- , 800 00 II. D GreRory, Kscj. tho lints shows that things aro bad and vestigation proved that he had circulated Furniture and fixtures went getting worse, and stockholders had as tho cards extensively and an Indignation 5fDon't forget we have moved across the street, opposite the Mb. and Mrs. A. W. Saturday to attend tha re- well prepare themselves (or it. was held, which resolved to inFirst National Bank. meeting to Louisville liabilities. 9 er given by Mr. and Mrs. J. II him to leave. Ilo accepted the vite ception Capital stock paid in, in cash !,ooo 00 Tux Odd Fellows eltrted the following . .. 19,103 it Ution and standing not upon the order Surplus fund to their son and new daughter, W. J. officers for the ensuing term: Edgar Splendid Assortment to select from. In loalridual Deposits. ...... m ..... tij.&Sj u of his going went at once. Yager and bride. Due Nat. Banks . Wilkinson, N. G ; Waveriy Hamilton, V. ,,043 8$ Mb. W. 8. Myiiii after spending Dn Stat Banks J(so 99 Q.; W. H. Waren, 8.; Dr. J. K. VanAra-dale- , A Watib Haul in Evkry Way. At weeks at Crab Orchard returned to W.; Joo F. Water, O; A. C. Sine, theaolemn hour of midnight, Saturday, J44.897 7 Naahvllle yeeterdsy. His son, W. M. Chaplain; I'eterStraub, Jr., T; J. T. "when church yards areauppoeed to Stall of Kentucky, I a who is Btudylng dentistry in Myers, County of Lincoln, Uarris, I. G.; A. 0. Alford, 0. G ; J. A. ywn and hell Itself breathe out contaDon't buy till you see our stock. Remember John H. Owsler, Cashier or the Farmers Bank We are the leaders. also returned. G ; I. M. Bruce, L. 8. N, gion to this world," Ed Wilkinson, who V Trust Co., a bank located and doinc business Allen, It. 8. N. that we are closing out our Missisa 6au.ih, Jbbsik and Kat Cook, on Main Street In or Stanford, Ky In G.; Alex Moberly, L. 8. 6.; J. II. Greer, sat preparing himself for a speech to the said county, betncthe town duly sworn, sayi that th of llnstonville. will move down Report is It. 8. 8.; A. O.Sine, Wm. Daugherty and Odd Fellowa he intendo making at the the condition of in all rMpecta a trun statement of the said bank at the clots ot busiaud board at tholr sister's, Mrs. G. B. ness on the jistday of December, 1895, to the Joseph Severance, Sr , Trs, a gentle tapnxt meeting, heard slstero and friends are Cooper. Their best of his knowledge and belief; and further says door. Ho opened that the business of said bank has been transacted at their coming. Tub FariB News says that the Scbu- - ping at hia chamber dodged be at the location named and not elsewhere; and that a ms aoove report is maue in compliance wltn an Mh. S. E. Owblry asks us to change Ms berts cave unboundeded satisfaction it. when to hia horror man and haa- - official notice received trom the Secretary of State Everything in the Grocery and Provision line at reasonable prices-,-. paper to I'bcvalx, Ariz., as that is narer there, each vocal number being en fore him. Slamming the door designating the jut day of December, 1895, aa the bangert away uj uu niiua Bucii xcpori Rami oc maur. Come early and see our display. to him than Glendale and adds: This Is cored. "Master Tommy Purcell, a won tily gotting hia pistol, he John H.Oaslkv, Cashier. shouting with a fine climate, and derfully precocious child, made a great twice at tho fleeing figure, S. II. SIIANKI Director. a lovely country, while. Dr.W. B. Penny, " S' J. KMI1HY, is full of health Bookers. hit in hia violin solo, comic song and hu "Itobbera" the John S. Owsley, Sr., Director. returning from the depot, whero ho went Sworn to lefore mc by I II. Owsley, this an. Mn J. M. Alvkhson, of thiB oiltee. is morons recitation. Uo la fcertainiy a W. .M. ISKIUUT, .N V. L. happened along juHt 3, I6y6, receiving scorea of congratulatory letters ptodlgy " Our people don't often get a to meet the express, marriage. olmncti to hear as good a company and then, and by chance having a pistol from his friends on tiia recent tiro also on a man, who The following report shows the- IJ prizeH them very highly and will the prospect is that they will embrace it opened up earth. The with those things he treasures Next Saturday 'night. Unserved seats seemed to spring out of tho keen them fellow ran towards the depot and in hia moat. now on sale at W. It. McHobertB' at 75c. fright went full tilt against an electric Oait.J.T. Hockkh took his wilo to ok tii a HusTKi). A dispatch from Lebanon light pole, knocking him down and makCincinnati Sunday, whern ehn will have Uo will go back yesterday said that tho Passing 1'layois ing himself easy prr.y fcr Marshal an operation performed. who ia always on hand. The felon thoGinclnrati Southern anil Do given had paBHod away. SoinoJIof them pars. I. fnlr1it i I. vrt... .1. nm..., tlin u low declared he waa no robber and beg a coniiiicioraiup ing to Cincinnati and the others to For the year ending December 31, i8g. name place bo held beoro he went to Business .was so poor there ged to be let loose, without avail. He, farming four years ago. aid elsewhere tliat they gave up tiie un- however, watched hia chance and when UECKIPTS OK THE YKAR. Druooist J. B. An 1MB baa madon del equal strugglo and struck out for morn tho maishal'a back was turned, etruck hand January 1, 1895 .,..$ ait 91 by which ho becotnea solo manufacturer appreciative climes. The "Great Dinna" nntst lull aneed. followed by bullita Balance cash on turnpike All the latest Magazines, Books and Fashion Papers received as Dividends from stock 4 British Corn Salvo. Dr. Adams didn't Hcem to dance herielf into public from tho ofiicer'a pistol. One of the Received ftom Lincoln Co. for Fountain 100 co soon as published. of the Weekly, monthly and yearly subscriptions re00 expect to put bis salvo on wlo through ' " favor und no great number pressed tosee men. who proved to bo Oi. Portman, License.. 18) 43 ceived. A calendar for 1896 to present you. ' " " Dog tax... " ." out the country; snd If any man or wo- her bbake 1W) yards of fkirts,'in calcium didn't stop till ho got to Mr. D. W. 15 00 ' City Tax New, Fresh Drugs and Chemicals to compound your prescriptions 4,10 75 whero ho fell fainting. When man la worried with corns, it will not be lighta. Tho Opera Ilouseimanageis hero ' " Railroad Tax 1,0 8$ with. Progrees. Perfect accuracy and dispatch. he aroused hie aro out soveral'dollats by tho mistlt en- ho recovered hia breath hii fault. Klkton " ' Fines'. 3 00 Wilson, of got him to come up town gagement, but perhnps 'tis better so. relative and Mibs Corinnx Lawyer K. K. Wilson, They had rather lose than to oiler a ahow and help him out of the annp. In mean $4.910 91 EXPENDITURES. liof London, is a candidato for State that doea not como up to expectations. timo Jud Phillips, whom Wilkinson bad For $ t.ijj 63 brarian and Mr. Wilson is at Frankfort This haa been a terrific Beason on theat- shot at, had rushed breathless to Baugh-man'- e " Officers' Salaries culverts 354 38 lejjielatore in her in- rical companies. At leaBdhalf n dozen be hid away. " Streets andon City Hall Btable and begged to working with tho Insurance ao co OT7B. " Warrants outstanding Jan- terest. She la a very accomplished and went to piecea in Kentucky last week, Ho was in a moat pitiable condition, beuary 1, 1895 41 45 capable lady, and we hope sho will win with 11 other States to hear from. The ing wet, bis clothes torn and tho blood Are riveted together, not bolted, hence are air tight and can not warp lights " priz, if ono with better politics can lnw of tho survival of the fittest keeps streaming from wounda made by run- " Water and ot water main on 2,31600 the apart. Tops and linings are made of wrought iron and will outwear Extension tho Schuborta on deck and they will bo ning Bgolnst water plugs, &c. By thia not bo chosen. new C O.Btroet 100 00 any three cast tops stoves. Will bake in less time and use one-hal- f hero promptly next Saturday to givo our time Mr. Vandoveer and hia man hid " Bond, coukuii and interest 117 co CITY AND VICINITY. the fuel. . 10 00 music lovers n treat they will greatly en- arrived and on hia assertion that tho " Toll books 5c cigar In town at Craig & Uork- - joy. not robbere or horse thiovea, " Fine of Lincoln Co. vs city, Bist men wore "We have used a Majestic for 12 months. It bakes biscuit with for nuisance, etc 109 45 era. standing good for their appearA vkry lamentable tragedy waa enact-o- d and by the fuel of a cast stove. Map of city to aid in Und the oven door open and uses about one-hatax suits A nick lino of gentlemen's auspenders at tho home of Frank Waldner near ance II they wore wanted, they were per117 30 Eudanks Bros. We would not be without it for twice the cost. 38 00 Milledgoville last week, in whichf three mitted to strike for the tall timber of " Miscellaneous expenses..... at ShaukB 430 00 $4,910 94 Don't take our word for it. A trial is all we ask. The best is the Casey county, sad Amount Cash on hand perhaps fatally wound-od- . their native bills in Comb and see ua In our new atore. Sev llttlechildren were cheapest. One stove will wear a life time. boy der, wetter and wiser men. Tho fellows Frank Waldnerdalfour-year-olASSETS. eranco & Son. ITand cousin of the little girls, had been explained that they had como to run off 1594 taxes in litigation S 506 38 Sbk Withers' ad. on Becond page. onjoying snapping pnperjjcapa at them with a girl who had recently como from 189$ " " 465 61 In response to a 1595 delinquent tax list In hands collector 130 it with a toy pistol given him Christmas, that county to thia place, That's business. 430 73 noto signed by her thataboj would be rea- Cash on 'hand & when Rosa, tho oldest girl, also 56 collector due trom Fhkscii water pad truBsea at Craig auggeatod that abo know whero there dy to ily at midnight Saturday. Thia noto Balance taxcollections 1895 hands of clerk, 133 In Hocker'a. Use no other. to Phillips, who had been December December 6 waa a bigger pistol, and she searched a w.iH addressed 38 00 due 1,000 00 and see ua at our now store alter bureau and procured her father's rovolv- Bhowing some attention to ino gin, ami Fire department Call 1,000 00 n or, which Frankjtook fromher, and it was evidently a put up job, for sho Interett in Opera House Jan. 1st. Danka, the Jewelor. 4,900 00 firing at thoai. Ho shot at Kosn onco waa fast asleep and knew nothing of tho Turnpike stock 4S 00 that Craig & and missed her nnd the noxt timo excitement until alter it waa over. She City Hall bor nt cobL Hocker aro atlll Belling guns 19.009 jo brought her to tho floor with a ball is just 15 and doesn't look aa If sbo over LIABILITIES. s through tho hip. Without stopping ho thought of such nn escapade. Tho men now carpets and Wk have opeued Warrants, outstanding, due S W. L. fired at tho baby, which became frighten had tied thelrliorBea out near tho at usual low pricea. Soveranco& ?r.36S jo Ompany. .......,. toll gatfi before coming to town, od and crawled undorkhe bed nnd shot 1,590 00 Son. . seeing their actions, For six months' rent salary nnd Kb Lawson, Oneimonth's marshal's 33 33 aottlo it in the stomach. The noxt timo ho at to call and ody , tempted to firejtho'pietol it snapped. Ho thought they werehoise thieves aud re- Itondc outstanding 3,900 00 money. Mra. 3.11776 hia account. I need the cocked it again, hold tho barrel with tuo ported tho mattor to Marshal New land Net amount over and abovo liabilities . Dudderar. pointing towardjhie faca and pull- and that la why that officer waa on their Knto rauzzlo ttn nn r. Ready-mador made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any man terrible oxperieuco Shanks and A. A. ed tho trigger just to soo bow it worked. trackB. It waB a Rwpectlully rtpotteifthli, Iec. 31, 1895. FaiM.-Car- roll New to predict that GEO.'B. WEARBN, City Clerk. atoro In The bullot perforated hia head. Physi- with them and it ia safe Warronwill open a Rrocery bo caught In such a Approved bytha'CounclI January 7, 1891S. S In n fow cians do not think the boy and youngest thoy will never ! J, N. MENEFEE, Mayor." ', , 'Squire Murpby'a etore-roogirl can recover. acrape again. 8unukB Tub city council haa ordered 600 copestly requested to come in and settle, tl. ies of the contract of the city of Stanford at 0. Rupley. with tho Stanford Water, Light and .Ice Arrsu Jan. let you will find ub January 1st ia here and you are earn- J' Central Christian CollegeO - " J Btanfobd, Kt., Januaky 7, 1890 store-roo- m. " 1 1 ready-mad- o. m UNDERTAKING -- ! uo j; a ra' GLAire Practical Trimaier, Emfoalmer 1.1 J m t 1 '- FOR SALS. of 1 Ihak v 425 WE WILL HELP YOU, con-noinm- o gen-era- llv Try the Cash Flan for This Tear. 1 rd SEVERANCE & SON. OAiu-aNTr- Ya-js- m ini sev-or- al M Chinaware and Glassware Cin-clnna- ti, a-- to-d- ay tore-Koi- 1 Stoves, Saddles, Harness and verware at Cost. Sil- FARRIS & HARDIN. -- FINANCIAL STANDING W. B. McROBERTS I Pharmacist and Bookseller. Now-lan- d, -- The City of Stanford, ) Has a Complete Stock of Pass Books, Day Books and Ledgers, Van-deveer- 'e, WHliama-town.aslBter- of TO IK MAJESTIC B.ATTGBS lf - 11 d - W. H. WEAREN & CO. four-year-ol- d, r - bo-Ka- m HuNTBBB.-Hemem- GLOTHIHu I mat-ting- Hua-tonvil- le A.-- WANTBD.-Everb- Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, e m. daya. H. J. l.ll ,tt,4''''-'- M'ROBERTS. nil- L rf "r'""f ' 2 "t y jiuJ-- u LjwiiU. iP.i'trm'. 'i. ft,-- r j. ail fl V H fc it. Um J -- , l- - wmr&M!i ' i i i. I- - low tho knees, tho bloomois undorneath coming down over tho knee. A jacket with a brown rest having gilt buttons nnd a jaunty littlo cap with tho uaino of tho restaurant on it in gilt letters completed tho uniform. Black stockings nud shoes with silver buckles wero worn with it. Jliss Kitty Moulton, a quiot, slender aud graceful girl, agroedtowear tho uniform first, being paid well to do eo. She looked altogether neat and pretty. "I say, colonel, sho looks out of eight," remarked an onthusiastio patron of tho house. Crowds wero attracted to tho restaurant, and heavy business at onco commenced. But crowds wero at tho saino timo attracted to tho sidewalk outfeido. They gathered by tho hundred ; they blocked tho sidewalk and obstructed frco passage What they did it for Absolutely Puro.i heaven only knows. Ono would havo A cream of tarter baking pow- thought that bloomers ou bicycles Mere der. Highest of all in leavening a common enough sight in so big a city York nnd tho people had strength. Latest United States as Now accustomed thatseeing all kiuds to become Government Food Report. of costumes nmong tho foreigners there, BOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., so that they would not have to stop and gapo opeu mouthed at ono brnvo little 100 Wall Street, New York. girl attending to her waiter duties. But TJTTM7Q I ll take all the hide I can gel it becms this was not thocaso. Thy mob flllJJiU. forcathorln trade lor leather on staid tliero hour after hour through tho court day at Stanford or at my home in Chat. Ennalin, TUncr. threo days tho experiment was continued. Then a fool polico captain arrostod A. G. Lanhcx tho proprietor. Ono would think, again, 1'Sn 13. CrtUenio. that ho ought to havo arrested tho crowd wincli blouKed tno sidewalk ami com mitted tho offenso against tho law, but he did not. Ho arrested the man who tried to iutroduco bloomored waitor girls, nud tho experiment was abandoned. Queer creatures Now York never saw very much of tho world apparently. timo of his present experience, that tho white, black and red nnt' a thousand timo hnd coma for it to bo worn. Ladies kinds in nil. Ono kind has servants to in Denvor woar It about tho Ftreots wait on them and feed them. They havo Train put Junction City ti follows: North ...36 P " without annoyance. In San Francisco n becomo so lazy that the.n had rather dio 37 a m No 1 South ...it No. .... aooain " 4 ...MP" restaurant kcopur is doing a booming than tako the trouble to feed them1 6 ...3.tSro 5 i.oi pmm "10 " ...6 00 a m bnsinoss becauso his waitor girls wear selves. Other ants kcop cows. You havo " 8 40 5 bloomers. Colonol Fitzgerald himself oftou seen theso cows, but yon did not and 6 and 9 and to run no fur No, j NOTE agreed to pay for tho protty, natty uniknow thoy werO cows becauso thoy havo her than Junction City, nor on S mday. form for his girls. It was of navy bluo no horns and long tails. Thoy aro tho cloth, with a kilt skht reaching just be- littlo green bugd that spoil our QUEEN & CRESCENT. 11 11 ro.se-hush- Ants Their Warn. nmii who 'knows IllP'hhniif: nntn ... T..- -, uuwu nn j a says that no ono lias ever soon a quarrel The Kodeme r place at Uowland containing 104 . .- nun JW.OH n PiGCT XOTK frame dwelling and necta Ft. H. Jt between tiny two of them that lived in Acre, t.ood f!lt. pabliahod Kvory Tuesday and Friday ary outbuilding. Potiettlon given given, at once. J.S.OWSLEY, JR.. Agent. A fow weeks ngo Colonol Fit7fier.ld, tho same nest. Grab Orchard, - - Kontucky. Stanford, Ky. .HaHLLHBMaHMMKiiTTTrwixi 84 at SJSJ P32R YKAU1.V ABV.VNOM proprietor of n rcstnnrnut in Now York Somo of tho nuts guard tho homo, charged.- city, docitlcd tlint ho would uniform his somo feed tho babies, somo mako roads not sopaid 33.SO will be Pigs loraale from thn best types ot Hogtstcicd SPRING AND SUMMER. waiter girls in tho bloomer costuuio. and new rooms, whilo others go out to Correspondence Solicited 'Hoek. Ureedrrs secuted rom tno beat herds la stvral different Stales. kTc. local time card. Tho colonel decided ou thin bocauso it got food. Each ono seems to do its little Something to Beautify tho Ladic3. would htop tho raising of dust from the duty without fuss or fretting. Onco an p. m Tralm leave Stanford l 7:15 am nd 3 Dally opemmng. New Hat, flower and lacetl swishing of tho girls' skirta ns tlioy nnt found n'big lly that wns doad. Tho Mrivlng at 4W P- - " anJ Q!,a We aniance to the same exclutlvenett parsed to nud fro, nnd becauso nlso ho ant pulled and pulled tit, it, but could find give theetlabllthraent the trade that they wil In our all thought it would bo nn ndded induco-moL&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. not carry it off. After 20 minutes of n ttyle of paiternt, haU and bbtineta and we the ate Millinery novoltlta to poplo to enter his place. Ho hard work it went to tho nest nnd camo leading throughout Intho country. for which ; ...... 1. , pm known gome North No, ,,, Train 1 have aecuied a firii-cla m bolievos bosides in tho rational castumo trimmer for the tea. back with 12 other nuts tp help it. No, respecto4 p ra on. Thanking Dealer in south .r.r.'.r.".'.'.-...- -i w onion, nud ho thought, up to tho No. !'. Thore aro big nuts aud little ant?, fully solicit your you tor pat favor, wc literally patronage hetetofure to t 15pm for No. -- 3, 3EMI-WML- Y INTERIORJOURNJ WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. uuc-juuab- 11ml ' FOB, MJ1TT. two-toty Tilt ULUC-OUAS- S HBRD OK A Duroc Jersey Red Swine Gronaugh, Pror, lrvltill P-- nt Ar C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, at bestawed. M. D. DUDDLKAR KATK DUDDbRAR. Manager. Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC. I handle the best grade of goods and sell DONT FOROETTHAT TO THE LADIES 1 Niw good of the latest style just received Call In and tee the Urgast and bett allotted line ever brought to Stanford. Prices as low at tht lowett. Elegant line Linen and Embroidery Material. MISS L1CCIK HKAZLKY, Stanford, Ky at the lowest prices. Tho auts ate very fond of their milk, which is what wo call honey dow. Examiner. When Christum Cnruca. Whon Christum coined with mirth nnd chcor To clasp tho clrclot of tho renr, Thon forth wo ro for holly nml pint', Our wreaths of rtrtrit;n to twine. Then swift wo trip acrww tho snow To find the glenmlng mlstletoo. And straight nnd toll and branching frco Wo hasto to chooao the Christmas troc. In tho summor. THE RILEY HOUSh THE FAVORITE MILLS, DE,. j W. B. FENirZ", F. n. BIIjBY, Proprietor, Kentucky. London. - I have movtd to my new Hotel and am belt orepartd than ever to accommodate the public ijood Livery attached, and every convenience dt "mi POWDER mm tlrd. Give me a call. FRANK RII.tY, STANFORD AT MeKINNKY. KY., Have just lien ovt rhaulcd end repaired fioet bottom to top by the faiiibut Richmond City Mill Works, of Richmond, Ind , and with capactt) mm ..uw .i.v.r.cil, .10 uilik Hiuir .uu Lfiwi than ever before, and with the old reliable D V Kentedy as head miller, you are sure of gited and lair trealtneut, no suie and Mn . W i t-your grinding and when buying call fer our old and wau titaMltlied liramla, ravjrue 1'ateol, LaOffice on Main Street, dies' Favorite and liaaers' Choice. HATES .t SON, Succesior to K. L. Tinner X ravorll Milling Co nflu Sl rtw-- l aiHUIOrtli : ICy. Oppitc the Poat-Otfl- r) FEMALE : COLLEGE. M. S, HaUohman ; w. , 1 B A H K fc K H U U S J F, DARKER, STANFORD, KY. WILLIAM SUF.brON, Pietident. MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Pnnclp!. Miss Emma L. Marlin, Tetiding Teacher in the Siudv 1111; Mist Mary Cowen, Trinciptl of the Mulc Department, Mil Mary P. Harris. Principal af the Depart-men- u of Art and Elocution. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, Somerset, .paorms Proprietor, t, Ml. ' - - Kentucky k. Rate TWO DOLLARS Per Day. Remodeled atd refurnished throughout. Large and Cornmodleus Samp) Rooms. Halls sad utftie cwmeclpd hy Klertrle Prompt aHd polite 10 guctt. 47 OUR HUSTLING INSURANCK MAN, LIVERY, FEED & SALE STAIII.E, Kontucky. Stanford, If you need hvir) jive ut a call. Nelhiag turnout will leave war ttahlt. for rates. Ineur 6rst-cla- a Next Session wiil.Begin Wednesday, January 22. w- St but ut M. W. JOBSOIT, Otten-bal- - Q For icrmt, Ac, end for Circular College. or call at the BLACKSMITH SHOP. Wil)duantaflrt: I ROYAL MANAGERS, When Christmas cornea, for mother and Kate All sorts of rnrttit aurpriscM wait. And littlo flngew thrill with Joy As pretty gifts their skill employ. Whon Christmas comos, each tries hor beat To mako it beautiful for tho rest. And no one thinks of KoltUh iu.p, But sooks his neighbor to norvo and plooso. When Christraiw conies, thoro J nono ao poor Ho will turn tho tiegi'er from his door. When Christmus comet", tho rich and Krcat Search out their brothers of low estate, And Blcighbvlls duK, the church bells chime, Tho children 'ni; In tho merry time, And smlluH ami prvutltiKs lonp to lips In grief's ecllpe. That loiitf urv For angels of lOiufort come and go Within tht. yuln log's nullunt glow. CINCINNATI ly our h" ttot. class work and satltfactei Twico - A - Week G. B. COOPER, ...... Gazette, Livery and Feed Stable, v Proprietors of.. Wka represent the Old KrlitM MUhietn Mutual Life Insurant e Co., of Detroit Mich, can write you sll tnr moot favorable plans ot Intur the old reliable Central ance. He a.to repre-.rt- s Tebacco WarriHHi.eof Louisville. Ky , and will (.Is J to hate a liberal share of your paironag. be Will be ready vo conlrr ail the I (vera that can b given by aay wrefcou Liberal caih advance-rucnmutA tovsige wests, both in she warehouse aad csutMlry l will be at Stanford every court slay. Paitaes wanting hegthendi, prises or veney mw11 address taa at Paint Lick, Ky. Prwaplatteclloa guaranteed ts (;( Iswance Gornpony (Formerly The Weekly STANFORD, KY. OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAfl , poo-ploar- o; The Greatest Family Newspaper of the Ohio Valley. 6.66 Column of Heading Matter In a Year U..1.. kAM.Li .f V W l'r. . added new bitKet a'l les and la prepared lurnun FIRST-CLAS- S hi. t.lvMtv hlM ls.ir.ea, w art I farmers Bank&Trnst or STANFOkD. KY., Co TURNOUTS new fully ortiiMid and ready for business wit Ojasneree Agnts . Building1, Louiavillf, trjrir.itfhout the South W.!i. TBI3BLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY to sco over and again ou tho so called woman's pago of tho nowspaperTBuch a pack of trash about what men admire in wives. Give us now somethincr about the qualities women admire in husbands. Tho bieyclo has douo much for wom-nOno woman at least has douo something for thu bicycle. Miss E. S. Hutch-in- s of Big Rapids, Mich., has invented a tire which is said to bo nu improvement over tho prosent ono. Her improvement consists in tho fitting of a small solid leather tiro into a groove in tho common pneumatic tire, which increases its durability. n. It begins to give ono thnt tired feeling bt ,lr VOU AKEGOING R HOBTE f Louhvillc .....THE WEST, Many merchant are aware that their cuito-meare their bett friend and take pleasure In rupplying them with tht best good obtainable. Pury A Cameron, A an inifance we mention ptomioent druggut of Flushing, Michigan. They say; "We nave no actuation la recomnecuing (.namoerain's (ongn ucraray 10 our cuuurocra, a it i the beat cough medicine we have ever old, arid alwayt give aautfacliou," for (ale by irajg A iiocar,ataniora, ny. n ALL FOR $1. .. ..OK . . On short notice The travrlinx public will Aad us alwavs ready and wllhswc to luraish Drum iVo-n- t,. -- ..,.. .nKtr ui'!b or duuSte. or Curl age of ad kinds at very LOW PKICki. The around towu will alas Rati hoydnaad ,tk C.ts ulttt taa-- Mlaftl itt the pee . .. ImwH at CMUtt aii.i cnUrUtiimeBU a ml your Hnc Paid np Capital of Snrplus, . .Sow clesing up) with the sarat 5200,000. 2C.OO0. al ll l. (I Sia: Montlis For 50o. T.i..,Lv mil Friday raornloz of each week in time to reach readert on day of publication. Full maiket and telegraph report and all the newt of the day make it at valuable a a dally newtpaper fer thete two day. Sj O.H. COOPKR Myer House Stable, Vaaford, Ky ......I U. ad t...l w. s. bxjwCh:, Attornoy at Law, over the teat of the pain. aot another on the back between the thoulder, win auord prcrnpt renei. Thia it 1 ipccially valuable in catts where the pain a tendency to ! cauaed by a cold and there i ward pneumonia. oy V.raig a tioccer, aiamoru, n.j. for tale rna Vnr 1 theehett a niece of tlaontl damp with Oumberlain'a Pain Halm and bound on m in in THE CINCINNATI Stanford, - rci-f.- v Kentucky. Commercial Gazette, DAILY AND SUNDAY. Now furnlthed by Dcalei In CtUct and outside of Cincinnati and and Suburbs, at Omcean Lateaiier Street, apposite the Court cipeilal attention ti House Collections A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, McRobert' Drug Store to the Owtlcj Hulldin.' iOCCKSSOK tiTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANtOKD, and under the tame management. Ily proviiiont of Itt chatter, depontora are at fully prelected a are depositors In Natioaa) Btnks, its shareholder be.ng held Individually Uaole to the tittnt of the amount of their (lock therein at the par value thtreol, in addition to th. mount invested in such sharvs. It may acta ecutar, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at to individual. To thot whs entrusted their biildncss to n bile mnaging Ih Lincoln Ntlional Hank 4l Staatord, we w here tender our many thank an4 trust they will cenUnu to transact their busieaac rilh ut, offtuiag at a guarantee fer prompt tion to same, our twenty year' eapctMoce I jaakiag anda liberal accommodations as are with sound banVlng. attt ait, Nashvilic R. R. It the hoe for you, at ita XBcrable Make Daily Trains clou connectlooi at For all I .QTJISVILLE And CINCINNATI point. MtTAOTSS For any Portland. if ..Via The., .To the THROUGH information enquire of jib'u'i jut. s. mi-c- . Stanford,,Ky San Francisco. Only Dining Car Route From i F.Iegmt Pullman Vestibuled ctnat. nf Kfailern Pattern. For map or any information, addreit TO CHICAGO. - A German anatomist, Professor has wasted considerable valuable time trying to provo by a comparison of tho human male and fonialo bodies that woman is inferior to man and 'should not therefore think of trying to compete with him in anything, but should, so to speak, quietly elido out and lot him havo everything his own wuy. Woman's bloou is poorer and thinner than man's; thorefore sho should not attempt higher educatiou. Her vital energy is less than his, says Waldeyerj thoreforo she should not try to enter bread winning occupations. Bui do not tho fools who talk in this way sco that theso very facts, if thoy aro facts, are all tho moro reason why woman bhouhl hustlo and dovolop herself till sho becomes man's equal; Every human being is entitled to mako tho highest and best of himself. If woman has less vital energy than man and less brain power, the.11 that is nil the more reason why sho should go in with all her might for physical and intellectual culturo till sho brings hersolf up even. In this, for tho good of tho human race, sho ought to bo encouraged in all possible ways byscientifio gentlemen instead of being snubbed nnd sat upon by them. Wal-doye- r, Facts About 1890.-Marc- h, May, Au-gu- Bt J J. Williams, ML Vcfcoa; DinacToac and November will have five Sundays each February begin and enda on Fourth of July cornea on Saturday. So does Memorial day. So Saturday. d'oeB Washington's birthday. Labor day comes September 7; Thauka-Rivinwill be due November 20. The only eclipBe visible in North America in 1896 will occur August 22-partial eclipse o( the moon. EaBter Suuday will come April 5. Christmas will fall on a Friday. 23 Tom, . H. Stanford, lily. Office over Shinkt, Minfordj J.S. Owsley, SUtferd; S J. Erubry, Stanferd; J. B Owsley, Stanford; J F Case, Stanferd, William Oooch, Slanlord; A. W. Carpenter, Mlllei'gevlllt, W II. Cummins, Preachers! g 3 Cts DAILY, 5 Cts SUNDAY, or Tho Commercial Republican Newspaper Cincinnati. Address 2oCtsAWEEK. Grtte the publihed 1 L'e H. only Morning in Eng.lih at 1 The Commercial Gazette Co., WHAT I ONLY It. hnkt,'l'riMllcot Or. J Mi. Owsley,.Cahitr, W M ilrlght. Teller. m Cincinnati, O FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SI'ANrOUD, KY. V Not a lew who read what Mr. Robert Itowlt, o Va., hat to tay below, will remem Ifo.lands, ber tceir own eapeiience uuurr mu me in 'Latt winter I had la 1grippe whict left remediet,a tried nnmerou ow tate of health 1 waa none of which did me any good, until Cpugh a bottle ot Chamberlain bottle of H so relieved n e Remedy The firt that I wa enabled to attend to my work, and the aecond jbottle effected a cure.'' For tale at 1$ and 50 cent per bottle by Craig & Hocker, Htantord Ky. i'nuini D. S. CABPEITTEH, The Great Enquirer Chilled The bett alve in the world for cutt, bru'iei aret. ulcert, talt rheum, fever torea tetter, chapped handt, chilblain, corot and all akin erupuont. It it potitively cure pile, or no pay repuired. money guaranteed to give perfect atlfaction or al by refunded. Prteo 5 cent per box For V. 11. McRoberta.druggitt. 1 Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo ruNKI.REID.t r U. Chicago r. Agent, Be ( f lH.BACUfl 1 D. r. a., I LouUvllle. ur to call for Monon Kouto. Denver. St. Paul. Eva A. Weed passed hor civil service .A Household Treasure. Y., tay examination in an admirable manner . D.. W. Fuller,. of CannJoharie.N. Tlitrnvrv inthat t thn n. lIn.'a nw and was appointed draftswomau in the houht and hi family would not be without tt, Ir ,...-..- ., u. Dr. King' New Ducovory it employ of tho Brooklyn municipal gov- procuraoie. that n. uruuuu ..ukij..., Y., taya ernment, with pay of $70 a month. N. Undoubtedly the best Cougn remedy; that tie ha Good. used it in his lamily Tor eight yeass, and it hat Why that teve. failed to do all long i claimed for it. Trial tried and Jetted. not try a rmedyto Drug Store. bottle free at W. B. McRobert' .Regular (lie foc.and Si. Plows, Silver Steel Plows and repairs for the Gale and other leading t armlog Implements. The Walter A. Wood Mower ard Reaper Machines, quality, bst Huggie- - for Cultivators of the the money, Phaetoni, burres and Carnage of the richest qualities and fanciest and latctt styles. The best grade of light buggy harnen and the cheaper grades. Coilsri, hames, bridle for farm purpose, breecblnc and s'rap work of all kind travFurniture of all description. Trunkt, eling telocope. horte blankets, buggy rugt, ttove and tlove fixturei. &c, all ot winch he incites your atltntiou and itsprction and promise to deal Juitly and act honorably with you In all transaction. Thanking my many cuttomers for their patronage in the patt Year, I solicit a liberal con tmuance, and with them all a happy new year. D. S. CARPKNTlflt. 80 tf Hus'onville, Ky. OFHUSTONV1L1.K, Will carry a full line ot Kenulne Oliver 50 CTS. A YEAR? Capital Stock. Surplus $200,000 - 23.70O tort let bg, YES I And any one sending two yearly subscribers at 50 cts. each, gets a Free Copy "One Year. An paper and 9 long columns to a page, makes it the R. E. Noel & Son, ucccttortto J. II. Hlggim, Dealer! in Ey. Midland B'y. Ask lor ttcketa via Kentucky Midland. Train run by Central Standard Time. Timo Tabl Nov. 3, 1895. No. 1 No 3. No. 7. TUAIHS EAST. a. m. p. in, p. m. 4 A 635 Lve Frankfort 'I 11 00 30 i 7fS Klkborn 148 4 47 Stamping Uround 7 a; a 5 SOJ U... 7 45 Georgetown a ao SO) 7 5 Air. &S. Depot.. eo - 8 3a 5 4 -- ..C Pari 8. 10. TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4 No. m. No. m. p. a. Mai Fraufefort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysville, Gynthlana, Falmouth and Covington. Cicicluiiati and Frankfort and quickest between Shorte Only Diiect Lite Between To tho old now very old story that women must not voto becauso thoy cannot fight, Lillio Dovereux Bhiko rerponda Did You Ever. that thoy could send substitutes, nH Try Electric Bitters at a remedy for your trofitnnfnrrl. itv. Grover Clovolund did. And yet tho uble! lftot.Ket a bottle now and get relief. We will continue the coal buttnes at Mr Hlg.f "' r American pooplo admired this malo initraeuiciuc relief uw. cure of all gint' old ttiind and will have 00 hand at all time Comand adapted to the . wmwlnrfiil .1 promptly. beat coal whlcn we . woman so much that they elected him plaints, exernug wuuuo.. ...-t.rt Inlliicnee in the very tell strictly for cash will delivermake It to T: We will If you the Interest of the people nt and will itrength and tone to the organ twico to tho presidency. this section to pay Conttipat.on, Headache. Largest m Size ! Cheapest in Price! Always Most Reliable for Facts, Truth aud Markets. AH Kinds of Coal, 7 ';;-v,-- -. -- : : - i,..,.ni. I,, i.trllinod raiiHfH the iurciconiucu i" (,.... unbapplneea - In greatf at BulTering and niter lilt. L.mie whuiiivpuu in girls ohould be looked after HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. promptly nnd treatmeut jjiven at once. Offer hit ervice o the people ot Wett LinDr. . I'ierce.s Favoriteall Prescription pro? coln r ull u&clc of Cottiat famininu flinf. and Casey Countlci. motes reguiunvy " 1"T and Caskets always on hand. 4 40 600 95 tione, makes BtrenRth a.nd btiilda up a 1 0 ivu .....c.....- - 9 s D. rj. Carpenter, Manager. 1007 C. A. Depot 6 40 sturdy health with vhlch to mRet then 5 35 Georgetown B 10 10 6 $5 7 "7 The Favorite Pwcrip-tio" Stamp's Cro d 10 as What tho good of a EXCHANGE skirt if trials isto come. o 46 7 15 K'khorn liS yon havois"a full length dividedbuttoned not a panacea, Itja good but for FOR SALE is goro 7J0 Arr Frankfort A... n o onathinir. It Ib directed eolely at one over tho front?" Dr. Fiercea Common Ifouto and Lot In Crab Orchard, Ky. "" set of organs. 7 SUNDAYTRAlNS. wj k'-ica- l Five room and kitchen,, cellar, (lower pit, (tablea Senee- Medical nmis o 10 a. m; rrrivo Frankfort Who mado men, even preacher men, Leav Georgetown will b anu other outbuildings, ail in first class repair; work, profasely i W-te- d, fiulttreea well of never "jUovFnwkfort 4 3 P. m. arrira Georgetown judge of what it is or is not proper for cent Ireeonrecelpt of 2l ne.wnt Btfttnps and small falling 'water, all kind of one acre. irui. Lot contain about Wqrid Will lellcheau or exchange for email farm in a women to do? 7. ,0 cover S4?ha' Kentucky Midland Radwayand good neighborhood. The place i rented for 1895 aad cbetpert rout, to all Utah will bo state No. 8 to pome sail- Uispensary aieuiu aw.....-to Mr. HughSeargent, who will bow the place to any one who dealre to look at It. Jor further agent ing into the Union with the flng of n.y.; . . jror J. H. STEPHENS, uiCRCAV,6en Pa.. Agent.. woman suffrago .,..,,,, tent to22abelow zero information aMr.. m IUOH.U. shining at ita foretop. . N. Limtstone Ht., Lexington, Ky. 1UD GKO. n.UARPEU.nec'r&Gen.Sup located. P. a. Centrally . ,, . And soma people thought Utuh was Frankfort Ky iriuay mauw. ! Eliza Aiichard Connbb. tea -- Tho result of women's wearing short dressos will bo that they will pay attention to physical culturo. When tho feet and lower limbs aro scon, it will not bo long till women determine to niyko them strong and shapoly. Thoy will quit having thofco horriblo, buniony feot which result from trying to wear Bhoes throo sizes too small for them. A largo foot, perfectly shaped, is much handsomer than a small ono deformod till you would nover know it. havo liru ofAppetite, 37 Cash. Fainting Spoilt, or are Nervou. 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