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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896011401 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 1896 $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. --MyTn TiifrirTLiTr iTitrrriwi . i rt j3 EMI VOL. XXIII. En Route Through Casey and Pu'askl. To th Editor of the Interior Journal. xz v 3l2j JjTVJLj COUNTY. -- X JL NTERI vxv J vi U irCIN A.i,A NO. 90 O 'I STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 14. 1896. LANCASTER, CARRARD ON A LOCAL NATURE. :l MATRIMONIAL 117-- MATTERS. -- . I i i John W. Duncan, of Of the marriage licenses issued by Wayne county aud a splendid man, died on County Clerk Harnett, of Pulaski, only 19 lino between Lincoln mid Cnuuy counties . . laot week. wero to colored perBons. about threo milea from Hudtonvlllo on Tlio reporis Madison coun" A. b. Chappflt, of Middlffiboro, fora thorough,. the Bwdfordarlll. pike ,1 met f"" ty's property at a quarter of a million merly of thin county, was married last in f"! bred "moonshiner" right In ,? , fcfl3th,in In t year. ?"? TI,M : week to Mits M.try Victor, of Middlee-burItollln. Fork. the knob RolnK on to , Tliu value of propsrly iu Garrard ' "" article IIu nld ho was selling f to tlie ahflecsar'rt 10 Caleb county, o( opple brandy and would Boll It cheap, The WaHhingtou Star announces the ; turn, has Increased fJOO.OOO. Guin" Ht ",tt "'' ' '0 , eirly iiifrrioge of Mr. Harrison nnd Mrs. three barrels thorn j that be had sold about Mrt. Martha Crate, of Mrs. Dimmick. The evidently in the pst threo weeks and would eoon "", "RB"; ,,lJn. Daniel Holmati, of Crab ister ' homo ,, oar Orchard, diod believes in second terms, both matrimoSat to recruit lla have to return to uour Ben Lick of grip last week, ageil 70 nial as ucll os preeidontial. atock. His name I afterward learned was j ur,iaf -- Jncob Hackuttand T. B. l iHr.ckett, .Mrs. Alva 12. Yanderbilt, tho divorcKaluwater. With the nomberof retrndo1 ""J Robinson Madison county fanners, assigned, the ed wife oi William K. Yanderbilt, was - r.-.- .i twi i !, wiimw ni.n"RhM inula for ww UliiUtniD 11 I4llilui'i bought a nice lot of slioata of Robert Fox former'a being jlO.000 and tLo married to Oliver Hoztrd Terry BelItevcDUo Anout Oolyer, of Somerset, ouo at 3c. mont, himself a divorced man. The would think this matter would live in Attorney Frank Prater, of Grayson, wife The loyal lgion, comprising little receives alimony to the amount oi one placo but a day. Well it's funny. temperance waa given 30 dirs in j ul by Judge Barr i workers, met Saturday 00,000 a year. Near Klllsbur I caught up with a man ut'J o'clock over R. 12. McRoberts' fordKjatilting U. $. Commissioner II. D Referring to our Lancaster correswith a pair of new boots tied together Gregory at Grason drug store. pondent's report of tho marriage of Miss and thrown across his shoulder. Ho Mr. James A. McCurley bought The widow of John Shumakcr, a Lula Arnold to S. W. Johnston, tho seemed to bo protty boozy, but Btopped cently h portion of the old Lusk farm on braktman killed on the, L. it N , lias Pantograph Bays it is a misall ho met to ask If they wanted any brought Milt for ittu.OOd dautBges against Richmond being no jug in sight the Crab urctmnt pike, consloliug of 601 take and lectures us for marrying people moonshine. There that road at Dmville. acres for 2,000. whether they want tour not. asked him whoru it was. lie showed I Mr. T. W. Wash, for many years Rsv. J. M. Nflson, of Iowa, who A conat'int reader suggests tho folmo ho had a quart bottle full in each held n series of meetings last weuk, Iibb county and circuit clerk of Casey, is dan lowing family cabinet: Husband, comp boot and a gallon In his coal oil can that accepted a call to tho Presbyterian church gerously ill. "Uncle Tommy." as he ia secretary of he carried. familiarly knowu, m one of Casuy'B land- duller of the currency; wife, hero for tho year 1S90. the treasury; cook, secretary of the interAt Powara I found Mr. J. F. Alston's Mr. Charles A. Cochran, ot this marks und liia legions of frienda hope ior; mother-l- n law, secretary of war. store, as It h1 ways, is crowded with cuscounty, waa nulled in marriage last week that his illnehs a ill not prove fatal. Belgium proposes to facilitate martomers; all quiet there. Mr. Geo. Wood Mr. Jamre Delaney and family, of to Mies Charlotte Kut, of Madison, riage by reducing the legal age for both to BDn, ot Kidd'a Store, was Bumtuoned Nebraska City, Neb , ure visiting tho daughter of W.C. JIast. sexes to 21 years, instead of So for tho Liberty to day in a case before the mag Rev, T. II Campbell's sermon Sun- family of Mr A. A. Bwtln at Ewell. A man and 'J I for tho woman, as tho law is iitrato's court ho never heard of. day night at the Presbyterian church on few days before Gov. Bradley was elect- now, and by making the consent of the At Liberty, Tuesday, the funeral of Pythianism was highly complimented by ed a boy was born to Mr. aud ."ra. De- father alono necet-sary- , instead of that Mrs. Polly Bowman occurred at the laney aud immediately on the receipt of the large audience presout. of both parents Christian church. She was doubtless The new and or the newH they named iiim William BradIn announcing tho marriage of Rev. the oldeat person in Casey county, being ganlr.) last city council met week. The following ollicers ley Ur'itney. 91 yeare of age, and beloved by all who - Iu response to a telegram Tuesday George P. Taubman to Miss Annie Peywere flcrtml W. O. Rigney, tieasurer; ton Greene, the Newport Journal eays had the pleasure of meeting, her. She Win. H. Whorrltt, olerk;,W. I. Willlama, from tho Now York World, asking some things of the groom that miy inwas a true Christian and died happy in attorney, and A. T. Anderson, chief of whether the Richmond batiks would terest our readort: He is but 2G years hope of Heaven's reward. Win whs police. the , take any of Secretary Carlisle's $100,000,-00- 0 old nud left a good position in a Clevethe relict of the late Judge Winstou Bowbond isiue, all four responded. "Wo Mr. W. H. Smith, a highly respected land, O, book etoio to enter Kentucky man, who faithfully served his fellowmen tli in pUce, who has bewu in ute patriotic enough to do anything to citiziiof University to prepare for the ministry. In positiuns of honor and trust, failing health for boiiih years past, ia now sustain Cleveland aud the credit of the He spent three years there and went nt Mr. W. D. Stagg, ouo of your firmer reported very ill. Mr. Woodson Bullou Nation." Tliis is somewhat remarkable countymeD, In proprietor of tho Napier is also regarded iu a critical state of In the t uf Hit fact that the presidents once to Pendleton county tnproach. The of the above named bunks, Col. J. W. last year there ho added 150 members to House, Liberty, which h is ust opening health. t'iu church and baptized 37 of them at beuppak for him n and refurnishing. We A horse driven by John Walkor, son Capertou. Judge John Benuettsui Hon. in the A. R illinium, are republican. share of the patronage. liberal It got s one time Newport, Lickirjg river. Being of Mr. T. It. Walker, beimuio frightened to he accepted and his At his horuw near Phil, Ky-- i Kx Sena- and ran against n gate post on Danville to h'io, ho over, tuat.4the busimss work there has been of BticcoEBful tor, Major F. Rignoy, la In a most critics Blreet Sunday afternoon aud completely mui of Richmond irrespective of patty, condition from a complication ofdiacaoes demolished the vehlcje to which it vets a: i) with the administuation aud heartily growth. Fifty or more have been added to the church, which is too small for the ii'dorbe the president's tiuancial policy. and old age. His death nt any t tint) attached " largo congregations and additions are Regleter. would not RtirprUa his nearest friumla. A number of tomb Btonea hare recontemplated. He is a fearlecs speaker Mr. F. P. Combest is at Frankfort tol cently been erected in the Lancaster OUR YOUNG FOLKS. and an earnest minister. Of Mrs. Taub Be that Oaaey'a repaeaeutative is started cemetery. A very handsome granite mtn, tne paper says: "tiesiuea oeing a otl on the right track. monument in memory of Mr. Cornelius Tim Pcarchlr.c I'rmt, tho Wintry Gloom, hoy of great personal attraction, she hi a Could Not Invnitu tlm Cheerful Hooin. Judge Wiq Myers, a warm friend of S'.ormea, an aged citizen of our comnt!U wjw quttr ul"ii ouo day, natural qualifications that fit her for the saya he can't get along munity whoso death occurred something the I. J. and For Mnj" and Kuth had poiw ijwbj-Wlt- h position alio will occupy us the wife of a Ikjvm to olhle and skato without it, la in the Dunnvillo vicinity over two years ago, stands as an imposing loth tho minister." She is indeed a lovely char And wero not voniing home till oight. bayinur cattle and hogH. shaft and as an ornament to the come acter and will he sadly missed iu Stan At Caintown we met Mr. Chas. Cursor, tery. nOlo ' JouK'at of the flvo -- ford. Her friends console themselvee, Wliowo rumiliiK kept the houxo olive, of Middleburg, visiting his mother-in-laMrs. J. W. Grant, of this city, is forUp Mu'rn, down Htolrn, with laughter Unlit however, with the thought that she has looking after 40 or tunate enough to have a tropical Mrs. Cain, and And rnorrlmcnt from mom till night. shrub chosen wisely and will be very happy in 59 stock hogs to take back with. bearing delicious fruitage. It ia an or The sonrchliii: frost, th wintry Klo'ni, her now relation. At Bildock wo met Mr. Geo. Carter, auge tree and its beautiful foliage and Could not In Tint ( the cheerful room A haven HWevt for (rlrUvtnd Uiy. of McKlnney, In search of mules for ripe golden fruit is a pleasant reminder CRAB ORCHARD. With dolU and rocLIni; huro and toya. Ho reports prices of warmer climes and seasons during shipment South. this Throuith tlio hlRh guard that screened ths College Home opened with u large higher through tho mountain district gloomy weather. The onuses are moro lira increase of pationage since the hnlida)s thoy are in Atlanta. Ho is pouting delectable than those bought and shipthan The ml flamri khone, ami iMip-lnhluhir AlonK the wnllj und celling niiulu and all movo along pleasantly. notlcea that he will be in Somerset Jan. ped here for retail. A latticework uf Unlit and bliailu. Mies Katie Slaughter and Mr. Kil 2) and pay the market price for all mules From all indications thero will be a From colored virturert bright and fair burn Stewart spent Sunday in Stanford suited to his specifications. wedding in our midst some time toQlnd chililrt'ii looked with Kulden hair, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Campbell, of Ash Mr. T. B. Hammonds, tho merchant morrow. A certain professional young And In ItH cornet, inula t himI iiueer, land, aud Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cummins, A clock U prince of South Fork, reports business man will lead to hymen's nltar a kinstod for many n year. of Stanford, are visiting Dr. and Mrs satisfactory, and ho being quito n It had n lean, old ftwdilolted co.se, man of Sarah Edrington (Jennings) of J. D. Pettus. Mrs. Moore, Miss Alice And yet u brood and unit linn faeti stock trader through this section, Blenham Castle farm, aa well as a cousin tVmmetl ttw loug ImiikN travoled and Pennington have loft Crab Orchard wants you to send him the Interior of Lillian, the recent Duchepa of Marlround. Joupnal, tho pay for which I encloeo. borough. In our next letter wo hope to "Tick, tick," It Mild, with mouaured Kound. and gone to Chicago to live, very much to the regret of their many friends heie. Ilia purchases of stock are baaed upon give you a minute account of the mar-ringnillo was tired of ilny nnd wit Mm. Ituike, of Shelby City, altera pleasyour market reports. Dowu on the rue benklo the cat. "I think ItV Ktdtinic Irks" rha tld, Mis Fannie West has roturned from ant Btpy with her father, Capt. Dillion, John Maya and Fred Under, of Owaley "And time for mo to lie in m." returned home Saturday. Mrs. Mngee county, accused of robbing atores in that a two months vlitt to friends In Meridhas returned from Rookcaslle, where she and Leo counties, have been In the Rich ian, M us. Mra. Sushi Price is visiting if was called to tlm death bed and funeral Hill vicinity for eomo time and Deputy heraon, W. (J. Price, and family, of Danof her sister. Dr. W. J. Edmifiton h- s Sheriff John Chupmau, assisted by S.J. ville. Miss Mary Ifolmea Luk, of been on the sirk list. is being entertained by her McQuoary, captured Mays the night of the 7th and landed him in jail nt Liber- aunt, Mrs. 12inma KaulFmAu. Mica JenAn enterprising Durand, Michipar, ty. They are hot on tho trail of Rulor nie Duncan has returned from a protractman has made a nice little fortune colored visit to her sister, Mra. W. S. 12lkim aud wero not more than an hour behind ing the feathers of English sparrows and him at Caintown. Rader aud Mnjs broku of Atlanta. Mr Georgo Higgiubotham, sailing them for German canaries. jail at Boonvllle recently and a roward is of Lexington, was i visitor last week ot Albert Tolhs is in jail at Kentlead hia b other, Mr. George Higginbolbum. offered for thoir capture. Ind,, for smothering his eight months Within tho last few weoks tquirrels Mrs. John Bowling, of Poiut Buruside, is old child. It kept crying and he held in large numbers have made their ap- tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. George Denhis hand over its mouth till it died. pearance in portions of Casoy and Pulas- ny. Mr John Spratt left last week for Corbett sayB ho is dead anxious to ki counties and tho hunters are having Arkauaa3, where he expects to locate. meet Fitzsimmous if he whips Peter Ma great sport. Tho markot ia overstocked Miss Van Greeuleaf, ot Richmond, ia tho her, but wants a $20,000 forfeit to keep with them at 5c each dressed or 60s per guest of bur cousin, Miss Louise KautT-tna- n. Fitz from slipping up at the last mo W. R. Marrs, of Knoxville, Mra. dozen.. ment. At Bumutta, a quiet little mountain ia visiting her parents, Mr. and Mra. DOWN ON HIE ltl'G 11ESIIIK THK CAT. A motor car plunged through a tresof about 60 inhabitants, one store John Anderson. Mr. J. D. Goodloe, of Tho firulicht bhowed tho closo shut door. hamlet tle near Bedford, O., hurling a cew of 2fo footsteii crossed tho nuraory floor, and n mill and an Apple Jack factory, Richmond, was Georgo Lusk's guest Sunr.flle wua lyiu( cm the rug, three men a distance of 75 feet. Two of all was peace and quietudo. tier warm und snug. Tho cot day and Monday. George T. Mason, of them were killed and ono seriously inThero ia eomo probability of Middle- Chicago, is visiting his mother, Mrs. jured. "Oh. door, what was that funny noise? I thought nt first it win tho boys A three-ypar-oBon of William burg losing one of her prominent mer Klizabeth Mason. Miss Mario Warren, Dnck from their ulaitins. liat wna that? McLauzhlin, of Zinesville, 0., found a chants. Liberty Beeina to hold a magnet of Stanford, is visiting her aunt, Mies It surely cannot bo tho cat. bottle of morphine pellets in his father's Mud, on him just now. Jennie Duncan. "Ah, now I sco it's you, old clock! pocket and ato a Buflicient number to You really pavo mo uulte n Hhock. James Dills died nt raintsvillo Wedkill him. I might havo giiesMed you spoko to me. John McLaughlin, of Anderson, waa nesday, only nine days less than 105 You mulled ho very pl(iaantlr." At Delaware, O., highway robbers Bccueod by Arthur Bryant' of alienating years old. "Long Bince," tho old clock gold, "my dear, held up a man, and, after relieving him hia wife's affections. McLaughlin broodAt Charleston, W. Va., Mlas Fannie Wlion I was younger many a year, of his money and valuables, placed him I know a llttlo girl like you, ed over the charge for aeveral days and Summerfleld picked up a pistol and, on a railroad track. Ho was horribly A merry tot with eyiw na bluo. Just boforo ho pointing it at Mrs. J. W. Larkins, said: finally ehot himself. mangled by a train. killed hlmBolf ho wroto his will. "It was your grandmamma, my child, "Your money or your life." The weapon A revolution is threatened in Haytl, And on hur grimes I often Mulled The battle ship Kentucky, ia to be was discharged and Mrs. Larkins will go In this old nuiery long ngo which proposes tho overthrow of the Aa slio went (skipping to and fro. the finest armored warrior which flouts with one eye hereafter. HIppolyto power and tho inauguration If the officers and crew Tho Siberian railroad Is to have a upon tho Boas. of Gen. Francois Manigal, a black "I am of courao a triflo old, e And though tit tlmivt n wheozy cold branch to Persia, another to Thibet could all be selected from among the man, now an exile in Jamaica. Will eat oil my volco and shako my caso born Kentuckiane, this floating and a third to Afghanistan. The RusBartley, Johnson & Co., and the I always wear a cheerful fuco." monster would indeed be tho invincible sian government is also arranging' to eswero theso that, hammorllko, Belle of Nelson Distillery Company made What bounds tablish a lino of merchantmen from terror of the soas. Cincinnati Post. AssetB and liabilities an assignment. Across tho Blk'iico bccnnxl to strike? Efllo sat up In great surprlso tosomo point in Alaska. are about 100,000 for the first named, For the six months ending Dec. 21, And stared around and rubbed nor eyes. The British steamship Haddan Hall and 1200,000 for the distillery company. the gross earnings of the L. & N. wero Bho wondered whero tho volco had gono. Hopkinsvillo has a social club com$10,713,225; operating expenses, fG,840,-42- 3; sailed from New Orleans for Rotterdam Tho clock was faintly ticking on, posed of men born in 1825. The club net earnings fromJtraUlc, f 3,871,802, with 203.G63 bushels of corn In bulk and And somu ono, coming through tho door, Vm kneeling by her on tho floor. has been in existence a number of years, or 30.14 per cent. During the same per- 400 tons of other cargo, the largest cargo f and in all that time only one member 1894 tho net earnings from traffic of grain ever carried from the United tho sleepy child and Bald: Nurso raised iod In and it ia behoved to be the largest "Hh Efflc, dear, 'tis time for bod. baa died. Annual entertainments aie were f 1,077,783, showing a decieaaa In States Tho boys liavo eomo. It's getting late. ever floated, Riven. of 1205,031. Tho nursery clock baa Just struck eight." 1895 Tliu uld Boclety will meet Saturday ft. thaw . i1fels nZfZu' .",, '"' "o'tX ""' Jrk JIQ8T THINK No duns .in J plenty of T 7T o. li. V" v" "",,"' Money In Your Pocket. Do a Cash business with us this year and realize the the truth of the above statement. Special attention given to Prescriptions. A complete line of Druggist's Sundries always on hand. ! C-e- ey I 11 .i.i.nr. "'; k"--m-i-- CRAIG & HOCEEH, Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. ulu-r-noot- r. m m mm We still exist. wheeler including mporno. A new and elegant line of Ladies Shoes. The 2Qth Century Boot Tailor made Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes at right figures. Great Drives in Clothing. Fifty per cent. Reduction in Millinery. 25 percent, reduction in ladies' Capes and Cloaks; also in all forts and Blankets. Coma cents. and Arbuckles Coffee at 20. Call and see us and you will,save Respectfully, , CHAS. WHEELER. money. i.i-Jr- A new lot of Elegant Calicoes and Ginghams, all it 5 Ala-roni- m up is 0 i m 9'siil Wf ' SjHP W yiOOHJy 1 the New I wcl'l . We feel sad to separate withthe old but welcome the new with faith in 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 OsratXy We want your help and know we can do you good. All want a dollar to go as far as possible and ours is the place to invest your cash. We invite not only the trade but merchants to come and help us close out so as to get out of the way. You can buy them as cheap frcm us as we can buy them. Come and try it. h-- sue-ceaaf- ul o. HUGHE S -- St, TATE. litis-tonvill- e, BWi;,4i iu H.6.RUPLEY,-- Is Receiving His FALL : AND : WINTER THE B1.UK-- : GOODS. cni Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Gu.irantrM ' Gf rail ASS HERD OF Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. rtgt lor sale fiom the beet t;pe cf Krgitteiti ySgg-tF-S--Correspondence Solicited Stock. Breeder iccured .rora tap beat herdi lo several different States. , I CJ"J.fcK3Ci V- -' ' 'Xiaf.'.. ld iO at THE Queen &Crescent ROUTE reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chatta-aoogAttalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot Springs and Ashevillc ; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe Through Tourist Sleepers to I.os Angeles and and Shreveport. San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, ria New Orleans or via Shreveport. ' Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati with every accommodation to patrons. Free Parlor JJjW 3i Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa- nJhSP I r?ira tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and JMppgHyjpfrN H9R Chattanooga. Chaa.W.Zell, W. O. nineanon. n, nn-liv- Jkvim ck Pi SMfft IHv. Pw'r Jgt., CtnciawuU O, O. P. a.. Cincinnti, 0. ... , . .'Hi'mii r.t.tiy Jemi-Week- ly interior Journal 14, 1S9G ( Stafford. Ky., January f ; & The steamer Royal was burned to vote for Hunter. That chairmanship tho water's edge at Evansville, Loss, $20,000; insurance, $15,000. settled him. Wk had hoped that Gov. Bradley Thomas Anderson, of Lafayette, The republicans caucused again and For 1S96. would boil his message down to about Georgia Sholton, of Ind., is in jail charged with putting nominatod Mrs. law's food. the size of his inaugural address so that Adair, for librarian over Miss Corinno strychnine In his mother-iCorbott Bays he will bo present at kg could give it in full, but ho didn't Wilson, the vote standing 35 to 32. fight, and will and we are forced to tho necessity of Gov. Bradley has appointed O. W. tho Fitzsimmons-Mahe- r Attractive prices all over the house. General reductions in every condensing it lor our readers, who ns a Lester, of Williamsburg, who is Com- challenge Fitztlinmons if the Utter wins. department. We carry only first class goods throughout our cstab- Blackburn's snap caucus nominated monwealth's attorney iu Judgo Morrow's general thing prefer not to wade through The Louisville Commercial knocked lishment and him to succeed himself, that is the 37 district, to be State inspector and exam- Auditor Norman out in hia libel enso by eo many columns of matter. The document is u most creditable one though, men, whom he had to call the thing, vo- iner. demurring the Indictment out of court. and is worth any man's time, who has ted solidly for him and he was declared Brother Dominic, a monk at Gov. McCreary was nominated betho interests of his State really at heart, the nominee. Gov. McCreary, who fore the Blackburn caucus by Senator Abbey, was caught In the mato rend It from statt to finish. Truo to should not have permitted his name to Stephenson, ot Mercer, and the nomina- chinery at the monastery's mill and killhis campaign promises, the new republi- - go before it, got 13 votes and Gov. Brown tion was seconded by Pryor J. Force, of ed. can governor recommends the abolish- 6. Twelve refused to tako part and is- Shelby. Three hundred and fifty engine ment of a number of offices, which in sued an address stating why they could were handled at Carhln last mouth, and of the Hon. B. B. King was one good truth ought to ba abolished, viz: not Bupport tho cut and dried nominaQuoted below to be on reliable merchandise and not trash. appointed to accompany the re 303 cars wero repaired during the same register of the land office, agricultural tion. In substance it is that Blackburn has mains of Isaao Wilaou, the member from time. Oie lot of Dress Goods worth 20c, go now for bureau, board of equalization, and thinks refused to support the financial policy of Nelson, to tbeir last resting place. Tho crew of the first clues Ruifllan Blue and Black Serge, worth 35c, 25c for thir week. that the salaries of the State, officers tho president, declined to vote for the cruiser Rnrik, mutinied at Algiers. The Following are the 13 members who should be scaled after the present term, repeal of the Sherman law, refused to be voted for McCreary Senators Salyer and mutiny was suppressed and 30 men are Ladies' Ribbed Vests worth 25c, goat 15c. of course. Uo also recommends that the governed by tho action of the State con- Stephenson, and Representatives Baird, tn bo executed. Misses' and Ladies' Union Suits worth 75c, now sold for .toe Cubans took tho city of Guiara. office of Commonwealth's attorney bo vention of which he was a member and Cahill, Clark, Foree, B. F. Furnish, Hay, Misses all wool hose, woith 25c, now 14c. which has a population of 8,000'. Six abolished, the work to be done by conn opposed democratic nominees of the Horton, Lyklnsl Norman, Willis, Witt. hundred Spanish troops were either kill-o- d Ladies' all wool hose, 15c, worth double the money. ty attorneys, which office would then Legislature who was not for him, making The impression is growin g nt Frank or wounded. with increased fees be sought by a com speeches for populist candidates instead. fort that Senator Blackburn's confidence Fringe Towels, sold at 40c per pair, now 25c. Thomas B. Allen, of Morgantown, Such a man deserved no consideration is basad upon an aesnrance that ho will petenteetof lawyers. The governor thinks, and justly, that from democrats and if he thinks he is get the two populist votes wnen no W. Va., celebrated hia lOoth birthday. tbe cost of criminal prosecutions would vindicated by the action of a few blind wants them and maybe he has the argu- Ho bears the distinction of being the old est bachelor living. be decreased were a law passed giving followers, who do not represent tho sen- ment for them. At Paris, the Berry Hotel, formor'y who refustho judge at trial power to fix the pun- timent of the State, he is greatly fooled1 These are the democrats as burned ishment after the jury returns its ver- Such a nomination shouldn't bo worth a ed to holp 'vindicate-PopulisBlackburn: Bourbon Ferralo College, dict, as is the case in the TJ. S. courts, and tinker's dam and a few more such "vin- R. Weisainger, John H. Johns, R. II. Sunday with all the furniture. Tho kss he would like to seo certain statutory dications" will turn tbe State over finally Elliston, J. A. Vlolett. J. O. Speight, U. is $3,000, with no insurance. Charles Helnzman, of New York, misdemeanors, when the maximum of and for good to the republicans. Black- N. Rice. J. T. Stout, J. H. Holloway, W. TA better one for 75c, worth double the money. cutoff one of his toes to rid himself of a is under $500, or maximum of itn. burn can in no event be elected. The E. Walker, A. J. Carroll. fine Bet prisonment is under one year, trans- very best his followers could do would 200 pairs of Ladies' Lace Shoes, worth $1.50, now go for 98c. The drawing of committees to try troublesome corn, ferred from the circuit to tho quar- be to prevent tho election of Hunter and Houso election contest cases at Frank- in and he died in a faw days. Earthquakes in Persia January 2 Tho Tompterly courts with concurrent jurisdiction it is doubtful if they could do that. Give fort resulted in a stand-ofthe caucus, 56, kins committee Btands five to four in. fa and January 5. caused the death of 1,100 of justices and police judges with said him all who went into court to try misdemeanors as now fixed and both DODiilists. he would be still 12 vor of tho republicans, and tho Kauf-ma- n persons in two towns alone, and great by law. votes from a majority and there are those We arc headquarters for Ready Made or Tailor Made CLOTHING, committee five democrats, three devastation over a wide area. Presidant Crespo, of Venezuela, has Tbe indiscriminate summoning of wit- of the 12, who would not go into the cau- republicans, and Ednngton, populist. and for Prices we arc the LOWEST. appointed a commission to assist the nesses, for which the officer gets 20 cents, cus, who will not vote for him under any W. E. Walker, of Garrard is on both. f . arresting persons for grand larceny when consideration. Blackburn's rule or ruin Hon. B. B. King Venezuelan commission of the Unitfd Our representative, it is known that tbe otfense is only petit policy has turned the State over to the was placed on three important commit- States in collecting facts in the boundary question. larceny, and paying examining courts 4 republicans and promises to turn half of tees, ways and means, railroads and comEvery distiller In Kentucky will be a day, piles up a large expense and its representation in the Senate to merce and internal improvements: non. ought to be regulated and reduced. He the same party. He has pulled down ibe W. E. Walker, of Garrard, was assigned invited to contribute some of his best A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, product to make up the bottle of Ken suggests that not more than $2 shall be temple of democracy and while he is to revenue and taxation, sinking fund tucky whisky which Miss Harriet Richallowed for each day of eight hours or hopelessly engulphed in the debris, as be T; D. RANEY, Manager. and public offices and libraries; Hon. H. ardson, of Lexington, expects to break lesa coriemned in the trial, and not more should be, it is no comfort to tho true Hay, of Boyle, to charitable instituK. Branch Stores: than $4 in any event, making it the duty blue democrat to comtemplate the ruins tions, public morals and criminal law; over the prow of the new battleship 'Kentucky" wfien that vessel Is chris- Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, of the county attorney, under penalty, Ltt him and all who have brought about Riv. Fred Grider, of Casey, was given tened. to give these claims close attention and this disgraceful state of affairs be anatheVersailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and MacJcport, Ind. the chairmanship of public morals, and certify them under oath before payment ma maranatha. of appeals and criminal placed on court Mr. W. 11. Stovall, a young widowcan be made. er of Grayson county, Texas, obtained getting his proxy voted for law. After As in his inaugural, Gov.. Bradley goes The Courier Journal says: The two licenso yesterday to marry Miss Dora, for mobs whose violence has bo much in Blackburn, Representative Isaao Wilsonf parties now in Kentucky present the daughter of Mr. E ijah Spoocamore, to jured the 8tate'a reputation abroad and of Nelson, who went to the Capitol a humiliating spectaclo of offering for the day. bo seriously retarded immigration and very sick man, in order to "help Joe," United States Senatorship men who are material prosperity. No excuse can be succumbed to the disease that had been Tbecamtl it a bem grtit in no senso representatives of the better durance, noimnj nun o( u unmstrength and en prorerblil made for this cowardly practice and he gnawing at bis vitals for some time, and elements of either party. Blackburn, a "lit itraw" it added to the burden.tnwTbe human nomdlEf itive ijritem ii very much like a camel. It It suggests that a statute be enacted pro- died a few hours after tbe r flatlet, stands as tho nom- really aitoniiblng how much abue It "111 itnd ination was made. He died for a bad wild viding severe penalties against all than tiaual inee of a sound mpney party, while Sometimes however, aomethlnt wone MOmach inwill be eaten and will go through the who, directly or indirectly, by word cause, but his devotion is to be comto the bowels and there ttlcV thal'i constipapractical ringster, himrelf mended. Tbe election to fill the vacancy Hunter, the ol all human sickness is due to or act, encourage such atrocities. tion. of day before suspected as a silverite, stands as tbe ci nitlpatlon. Some and tbe simplest symptoms From the auditor's report he shows has been set for Jan. 21, tbe are coated Unjus foul breath, dimntu, sound money party flatulence, sallowneM, distress after for U. 8. Senator begins. As nominee of another that there is a deficiency in the revenue ioint ballot a party, furthermore, which came into eating, headai.hea and lassitude A little thin past and prospective, and thinks that an Nelson is crazy on silver, another free power protesting against ring rule. Tru will cause constipation and a little thine will Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets are a cerincrease of the tax rate may bo necessary silverite will likely be elected to reprefor constipation. They ate tlny.aujrar ly it can be but the hope of decent men tain cure ramurs, mim ana natural in their aclion. oaiea to maintain the credit of the State, sent her. injurious about them. Nild by neither Blackburn Theie is nettling Latrr. Dr. Hunter has made his man of both parties thatcommitsioned aa all druggists which he says must be done at all hazthe Addrtss with ai cents in stams, to cor. writ of election nor Hunter will be ards. Higher license fees on liquor deal- Blanford withdraw the only. Medrepresentative in the United rrcost ol mxlinsIlulTalo,World's Dispensary a free N V., and get ical Association. for Bel- and it will be held up so as to make it State's ers, druggiats, distillers, circuses, Copy of the "l'eoplc's Common Sense Medical States Senate. impossible for the member elected to ling pistol cartridges and from newspa Adviser." In the Senate committees, Mr. Goe-bpers offering firearms for premiums, are take his eeat before the date for balloting is at the head of the judiciary comsuggested, as woll as increase of the tax forSonator. Tompkins is to be unseatof Covington, de- mittee, W. W. Stephenson of corporaon deeds and mortgages, which should ed at once and Pence, tions, Salyer of courts of justice ml be regulated according to the value of nied a seat because he is under age. The Nearproperly conveyed. Larceny offenses to man who thinks that Hunter is not go- Weisdinger of Kentucky Btatutes. ly all the old members were left in tho be punishable by penitentiary sentences ing to be elected doesn't know what an 8ime places in which they served two should be raised in all cases to $20 and unscrupulous schemer he is. I will conduct a Wholesale and Retail business this year with'fin-crcase- d years ago, while several of tho now ones tho petty thief he made to work the Mr. BronBton got good chairmanships. facilities and rcspcctfull ask a share of your patronage, with roads in the county in which the offenee That slickest of all politicians, the was placed at the head of constitutional full assurance that for your time spent in looking your compensation be made Godis committed. Convicts ahould 'gum shoe statesman," Dr. Senator Uayward heads will be great. This move enables me to purchase goods low and furto manufacture everything they wear frey Hunter, downed all opposition and amendments. tho list on the committee on education. nish my customers with goods for less money than any dealer in the and those that can not be profitably em- was nominated by the republican caucus HayB heads the penitentiary State. This is business. Quick sales and small profits. ployed within tho walls of the prison Saturday afternoon without another Thoe. H. of reform committee, and the ONLY CTS. A YEAR? ahould bo put upon the public works of name being presented. There were 02 and house republican member, Senator 0. to help to erect new of the G8 republicans present in person new the State and municipalities. Tho promicapitol buildings which are not now. such or by proxy and the nomination went Stege, is on nent republicans who received chairmanDealer in Furniture, Undertaking Goods, Carpets and Wall Paper Dr. as to commend themselves to tho admi- through like greased lightning. follows: John Bennett, A. & ration of the public. Good road laws are Hunter is a pretty light weight for ships are as College; A. D. James, executive afdemanded and legislation against the the U. S. Senate and is not up to tl o M. immigration and lawanton destruction of trees and the average of those who got themselves fairs; II. G. Fotrie, any one sending two yearly bor; J. I. Landes, library and public And gradual planting of new forests and "mentioned" for the office, but ho knows military affaire; subscribers at 50 cts. each, gets a how to work the wires and that counts buildings; W. H. Jones, groves recommended. E. M. Nell, public health; W. J. Deboe, Exemption of working mon's wages far more in politics than wisdom and Copy One Binking fund and Lieut. Gov. Worthing-ton- , from debt to the amount of $75 a month, brass more than brains. rules. Senator Fulton remains at a greater efficiency in our charitable paper and 9 long colthe head of tbe important committcoon An change in the institution), a radical Tuk newspaper correspondents at Lay is on executivo afumns to a page, makes it the laws governing primary pud final elec- Frankfort had the republicans falling railroads. J. 0. fairs and internal improvements. tions, tho establishment of a school of over and fighting each other over the l reform, changes in the school laws, the Senatorship and were predicting a row ! NEWSY NOTES. suppression of those who send false re- and a rumpus when tho nomination was ports to the newspapers, requiring all made, but lo and behold, when the cau-cA bill baa been introduced in tbe railroads doing business in the State to met tbe other fellows were not men- Virginia legislature to restore the whiporganize under its laws, the prohibition tioned, Hunter being nominated by ac- ping post. Always Most Reliable for Facts, of the manufacture and sale of cigarettes clamation. Tbe rads always pull togethAt Bonuo, Iowa, an alleged libertine Truth and Markets. Want to- and the passage of directors and their er at tho proper time. was shot to death by the father of one families freo over turnpikes, are all sugof his victiuiB. After their great pi o tea tat ions in fagested and immediato action urged. Ten thousand Abysainians are reTho recommendation is made for a vor of sound money, the republicans ported to bavo been killed or wounded in Family Newspaper in United States 1!! constitutional amendment giving munic- nominated a free silver man for the U. a recent battle. S. Senate. The only difference, howevipalities the right of local self governon Lake Mnggioro for News, Intelligence, Fashions, A torpedo boat ment and also for an appropriation for er, between him and Blackburn is that exploded, sinking tho vessel and drown- Household, General Miscellaneous "suitably marking the positions of Ken- he knows enough to keep his tongue at ing 12 people. Reading Matter, Stories, etc. tucky organizations on the battlefield of the proper timo ami gracefully submits John Clifford, of New York, ia at the to party declarations. Ohickamauga, now a national park. point of death from tho effects of a flea AGENTS Tho governor seriously objects to the bite on his ankle. Hcntkr is a failure as a doctor, was a gerrymander which ho thinks exists a white man, was Patrick Morris, Seeding tme is now right at hand; we have a large stock of failure aa a Congressman and will be Double that of other papers. An in tho legislative and judicial districts worse than a notch on a stick in tbo shot and burned to death, with his colorand wantB it corrected now while the excellent opportunity for those out Senate. Ye gods and little fishes, has it ed wife, near.New Orleans). Senate is democratic and tho House re- come Tho democrata knocked out tho A. of employment to make money. to pass that Kentucky Blmll bo rep publican, so that it will be fair to both 1 A. republican combiuo in Memphis any partisan epir resented iu the mot auguut law making Try it. Samples free. Address, parties. Disclaiming body on earth by such a man aa God- by 1,000 majority or more. Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle It. but soeaklnc only for freedom and Strlngbati), ol Uhlcago J uncWilliam "i frey ? nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine asks for a fair and just apequality, ho tion, O , killed himself ovor an assignENQUIRER COMPANY, our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting Everything seems to work together ment which he was forced to make. portionment and adds that no other CINCINNATI, O. short and we are ofiermg special inducements to close out a nice line Bball receive his sanction while he is to help tho republicans these days. Maciewaky were Both eyes of Frank ' Gov. Bradley in- Mayor Tyler, of Louisville, is very sick, burned out by a can of concentrated lye, of Buggies and Surreys. chief magistrate. bwj k l wjm and the Legisla. and Aldermau King, rep., has qualified thrown in hia face by, Frank Coleman at dulges tbe hope that he ture may work together harmoniously as mayor pro tern. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Cincinnati. W. P. WALTON. nf thn Siatfl. ttlflt much far ftliA may be accomplished, and that after a pleasant sojourn at tho capitol, tho members may return to thoir homes and that prosperity and happiness may attend them through lifo, and cloiea the cotnprahensiva documont, which does credit alike to his wisdom and patriotism. Many of tho reforms he advocates lmvobeen urged by this paper for years and we earnestly hope that having been denied by democratic Legislatures, the republicans will do nil in their power to adopt them. r.rw-.f- 1 "Maliciously mendacious" Ib resiA saloon war at Chicago lint put dent Olevelan l's latest contribution, to whisky down to threo drinks for 10 cts. language and he used the words with Ten thousand acres of land, lyiug on Greasy Creek, Johnson county, Ky. loferencotoasNow York newspaper. LAW MAKING AT FRANKFORT. Continuation of Our JANUARY REDUCTION AL I &$ have been sold. The price paid was $2 par acre. wi II It is Baft) to predict that Poor n Getb-aema- ne GUARANTEE PRICES I I2c. com-mitt- eo t Window Shades 15c, Lace Curtains 50c Pr. "k Blood-poisonin- g f. REMEMBER I THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAETFOIRD. KIT., & WOHPs so-cal- led free-silve- -- per-so- ns NiDe-tenth- s heart-bur- one-ce- nt We prefer the Cash, but if you, hav- n't that come in and give your note. All accounts MUST be taken off our books. PENNY'S PRUG- STORE. -- el Times Change, WHAT! 50 Firms Change, Prices Change. The Great Enquirer t i YES! W. W. WITHERS, Free Year. Higg ins & r -- as -- Largest in Size Cheapest in Price! McKinney THE BEST PAYTO See You A Minute LOOK HEREl i Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Laud Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, i'(. f j. Ph mi ll II HI --u V,.JWJbJ N wMemi-Weekl- y Interior Journal 1-- 1 Sam Gukkt was given 30 days in for stealing a coup'u of tuba from W. Wearen & Co. m Stanford, Ky., Jakuahy 1896 E. C. Walton, Business Manager You can tiavo no idea how cheap ami bow good overy thing in our jewolerv and silverware etocK is. Call and ho convinced. Penny'B Drug and Jewelry Store. PER&lNAl POINTS. MAimiiALLhoiLis vlaitliiK hia nrnd-- ' mother in Garrard. Mm. J. B. OwKNd, of BowllnjfNGreen, will travel thla came up yesterday. John Bhioiit year for J. Bacon A tiona, Louisville. Rev. Joflupii and Mb. Amikiit ack wont to lxinKton Friday. 8vkk Mia Allib Kviiamku, daughter of Mr. V J. KuhankB(ContinueB very ill. Cooi-aii- , of LouiBvllie, Bpent Sunday with hia aleters here. Mr. Odik Siiuciaiis, of Lancaster, spent eevornl days with Mr. A. A. McKinney, GoiuonnM. Jr. Misa Lsk Bonn itt baa gone to visit her couoiuB, the M fetes Sibold, at LexinK ton. Mh.,0. B. 8ajmion, of Mercer, Bpent several days with his brother, N. B. Sampson. Mm. II. G. Hail, of Somerset, was up Sunday toleee his parent, Mr. and MrB. Johu M. Hall. t Mn..J. W. Allen and Mira Jennie Haiti, of UuBtonvllle, were the kuvbIb of the Misses Cook, Miss Bkttir Powell lias returnod from a visit to Mfee Annie Cborry Courtnerat ' Norroandie, Tenn. Mh. Bookku Wilkikson and family, of Barpln, were tho guests of his brother, Mr. Ed Wilkinson. Mr. ami) M 11ft. F. J. Cami'iibll, of Hock Castle Springs, arrived Friday to vialt Mr, and Mrs. J. 8. Hughta. Miib. MiLiioiiN, who lias been on n vis-- t to Mr. and Mrs. JamrB Milburn, to Danville yesterday. Mn, II. T. Wilson, who used lo lire here, orders his'.lptpfr changed to San Antonio, Texas, from Memphis Mim Hattik May Sttuiint, of Lexington, is tho gueet of her aunt, Miss Bitdio Givens, in the Shelby City section. Oait T. D. English, wife and little daughter, Fannie Morton, of Boyle, spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. W B. McRoberts. Oait. J. T. Hockbii lolls us that his wife stood tho operation remarkably well and that she is rapidly improving, i but will stay in Cincinnati several weeks d yet. , Mrs. Laura Moons, Misa Alice Moore and Master Pennington Moore, of Crab Orchard, have gonn to Chicago to spend a while wl'.hIUl Moora, who ia in business there. Mr, and Mrs. A. K. Guidons, ol Dan Tllle, were up Friday and spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. Vf. T. 6mlth. Next day Mr. Gibbons made tho trip pay llnan cially by Belling several lota of wall pa per, &c A tarty from Crab Orcbnrd, consisting of Mlwesj.Mlnnie and Clara Myers and Kva Steger,lM(fara M.J. Harris, J. W. James, W. H. Beszloy, George Moore and Joo Mcgeu vuroidown to theSchu bijrt concert. Tiik Lancaster ltecord pays nnd no one dtre say nay that it will put Policemen Tmk Anderson, of that city, and "Brother";Newlnd, of Stanford, up a two of the ugliest coppers that ever swung a club. Tim Diinvlllo Advocato says that W. Vernon Richardson, who has frequently hold n ckbu in this otlke, haB entered the law department of Centre College. "He will at tho Home time perfect himself in g and stenography. "Rich." ' li a thrifty fellow and pretty apt to succeed at most an) thing he attempt?." JunnicT. Z. Momiow wna ou Sunday 'b train en route lo Williamsburg to hold court. Howbbbb smiling as if he had been nominated for V. S. Senator nnd ' a. id ho was pleased with Gov. Bradley's meesugo, especially bh to hia recommen dationB to relievo Ihe circuit conrtp,whicli aro now but little more than police concerns. type-writin- U, D. Bright sold to Leavell A Burn- 12 yearling cattlo at 3c. U. Ruploy. A. M. Pence, as ngent rented tho D . .9. Mvfrlenda will greatly oblige mo it Ir you want a cheap suit of clothes go B. 8tagg farm of 125 acrea at public auction yesterday to H. A. Pleasants for they will call and settle their accounts. I to Shanks'. You can get it thbro either $ 150; Mrs. Stagg reserving the house. tnilor-madready-mad- e " or need the money. M. F. Elkln. P. P. Nunnelloy bought in Rockcas.. Wk are In onr now store and ready for Dr. E. J. Brown, of Mt. Vernon, aoalE-te- d tle and Pulaski for Dr. J. B. Oweloy 20 business. Bring your watch, clocks and the local Burgeons in an operation on yearling mules at nn average of $40. He jewelry for repairs. Danke, the Jeweler. Mrs. L. M. Honk yeBterdav. The patient also bought for himself and Dr. Owaley 28 aged mules at about $75. hadn't railed when we went to press. A iiotkl WAit here ha reduced the Hemp breaking hrs begun. The price of board to transients from $2 to $1 Ouu accounts aro now all ready and crop in Woodford i the largest that lies per day. It's a bad wind that blows wo shall expect everyone to do his duty, been grown for several years and is of nobody good. that is to pay, and our books are now extra good quality. The price offered is closed as we am closing out. Hughes A f 1 25 to $ 8un. "Imi'Iiovkmknt, the order of the ngo." Dr. George H. Bailoy, a prominent See our new atore. Save money by pay. Tate. ing us new cash prices for new goods. overcoat, red, veterinary, believes the two minute mark Lost. A dovo-colore- d ' will never be reached. He says the horse I locker. Craig A yellow aud black sleeve lining; M. Born that trots a half in one minute will bo all Notwithstanding it is against tho law A Co., Chicago, makers, between Crab the summer goin the other half. to kill squirrels a knob man was in town Orchard and Stanford Saturday night. At the sale of T. S. Grundy in Washthe other day with a'doziii or more re- Leave at this oifice. Reward. ington county ono farm of 400 acrea five tailing them at two for n quarter. I have placed my accounts in the miles from Springfield and unimproved . handfl of Jeeee D, Wearen for collection sold at $20 50 aud another of 500 Bcres Wantii). Everybody owing me to come and settle within the month of and will expect all who owe mo to settle with improvements brought $30 23. Allen A Allen bought of James Lang-doJaouary. Alter that time my collector in the next 30 days. I am determined of Pulaski, 15 fat cows and beiferB to straighten up my businens. Dr.J. F. will call on yoiij Dr. J. G. Carpenter. at 2 to 21c. They shipped to Cincinnati Peyton. tarn Saturday 28 cattlo for which they paid 2 Tits physirianof Lincoln county are Handsome calendars havo been recelv requested to meet in Stanford, Tuesday, ed from to 2Jc and 49 hoga which cost them 3c. that most reliable of paper R. O. Warren, master commissioner, Jan. 21, for tbo purpose of organising a houses, Tho Ohatfleld A Woods Co., of County Medical Society. W. B. O'Ban-no- n, sold to Dr. G. W. Bronaugh yesterday 40 Cincinnati, and the Insurance Herald, of acrea in Ball Hills at $1, and to G. M. secretary pro torn, Louisville, the best paper of tho kind . Baker 32 acrea in the Highland neighborAttention Is called to the advertise- published. hood, property of MrB. Sarah J, Young ment of Thomas Y. Shaw, of Danville, A. M. Punch sold at auction yesterday at $175. builder and dealer in all kinda of vehic15 shares of stock in the Farmers Bank lion. JohnS. Owsley. Sr., sold to les. Mr. Shaw was hero yesterday and A Trust Co. Ten shares were bought by John B. Embry for Nelson Morris 100 seems to bo n hustler. Alfred Davis, ol tho East End, at $108; cattle at 4c, 10 at 3Jc and seven at 3c Dti'i'TY R. M. Newlanu was busy yes- two by W. A. Hall and throe by T. J. They will average about 1,000 pounds. Oood judges say that 90 of these cattle terday serving notices on the 175 persons Foster m $107. whose, assessment was raised by tho suare as fine as ever left the county. Comiu. ron Landkam. The Walton W. H. Tucker delivered to JonaB pervisors, and there was some tall swearBrot tiers are furnishing nothing but first Woil for Nelson ing Indulged in by thn victims. Morris, 31 cattle mostly clftwa entertainments at their opera Iioubb dehorned, weight 1,450 lbs. a.t 4c; Jeptha The elocutionist was sick nnd the this season and Tho Record can Bay that Haggard Bold to the eame party 40 of the Schubert were otherwise handicapped, our people will bo amply repaid by at- same character at the same price, and but they gave a fairly eatif factory enter- tending any of them. Tho hall is nice Hiram Glass sold to Weil 21 at 3Jc tainment to n larger audience thnn usu- and comfot table, beside being equipped Winchester Democrat. ally attends such entertainments. with full sets of pretty scenery. LancasDogs killed a number of abeep for m ter Record. Henry Hester a few nights ago. A farSkvkral of our boyH went over to LanGov. Bradlky thinkB that a law ought mer who baa tried it Bays that cowa are a caster Thursday night to n hop which had been advertised for that evening.but to be passed prohibiting directors of splendid protection for sheep against the the dato was changed and they were de- turnpikes and their families from riding ravages of dogs, nnd particularly cowa prived of thu pleasure nf tripping tho free on the roads and instead pay the that have recently had calvee. Thov directors a stated amount for a reason- will fight a dog every time, light fantastic for the time being. A good crowd attended court yesterable number of meetings. Col. Jim Fair nnd pleasant weather has pre- Guest, who rides free on the O. & O. and day but very little business waa trana-actevailed sin co Friday. The cold wave pro Danvillo pike, Bays the governor ia aniThere wore a dozen or bo cattle dieted for yestcr lay didn't materialize to mated purely by partisan motives, as no on tbe market of an inferior class which a great extent and the day turned out to republican in the State can ride free be- brought 2 J to 3c. Mulea wore in some be a beautiful one. "Fair Tuesday, sta cause nono of them has a share of stock demand and a good many changed hands tionary temperature," is the present in turnpikes. at $70 to $90. The beBt prico paid waa $100, J. W. Baugbman selling one to CHURCH AFFAIRS. Dick Gentry, of Boyle, at that price. Tub board of Buperyisora completed its Next spring the Kentucky Associawork 8aturday and set Tuesday and Tho Salvation Array week of tion will offer on its programme the Wednesday, 21 and '22, to hear complaint realized flM.000. from those whose property was raised, an a Tho Ludlow Christian church will Kentucky Fntnnty for race worth between $7,003 and $8,000. It well as for them to show cause why such be dedicated next Sunday. raise ahould not be made. Connty Clerk The Methodists are making strong will be tbe richest stake In tho West J. F. Cummins says the raise is about efforts to build a church near Walnut and weli worth striving for. On Januaolds through their own175,000 or 180,000. Flat, bnt they seem to be rather split np ry 7, 165 ers paid $10 for tbe privilege of starting. over a location. A Timer entered Mr. C. S, Parks' bedJ. W. Bales, agent for L. Lehman A Rev. J. T. Sbarrard announced Sunroom at ParkBville the other night and day that ho would preach at tho Chris- Bro., bought of T. D. and Harvev Ohen- after taking his kojs and a small amount tian church last night, Wed. ault 280 head of export cattle, one lot ol of money from his breeches' pockets, went nesday night and would then announce SO weighing 1,800 Iba , the remaining 206 to that gentleman's store and enjoyed a i( weighing 1,075 ll3. at 4.37J. Thev were tho meeting would Lo continued. lunch, consisting of sardines, oysters and all dehorned and it took a special train of Eld. J. G. Livingston haa regular the like. He then slipped a silrer watch appointments this year at Goshen, where 20 cara to hanl them. Mr. Bales also into his pocket and took his leave with- he Iibs been preaching 15 years, Pitts- bought of Sam Phelpa 44 out molesting any of the other goods, burg, Laurel county, and Mt. Gunnel, Bhoata at 3,10. Richmond Register. un Jan. i, jbus, leeiling steera were son Rockcastle. The rest of his time he dn- Jailku DkUoiid tins quoted in the Chicago yards at $2.75 to that ho tins never named, When the votes to ovangel'zing over Lincoln count- $3 20, nnd good to extra beeves at $4 70 youngster was a bnby he was called yTho w eek of prayer wound up Sun- to $o 50. On eamo date corn was worth "Baby," and when he grew older he was in that market 45 cents per buBhel. This known as "Bare" and thus it line gone day night nt the Baptist church with n sermon by Rev. Win. Crow, after which year with the same class of feeding stock present jU Januahy 1st ia II estly requested to come in and settle. U. side hero and you nro earn o, CLOSING ODT -:-- :- nJ i w 11 m Our -:-- :- 1 odford Fall Stock At Marvelously n, LOW : PEICES Overcoats and Suits . . m m m XA.U A "f" ".","." 20 PerCent DISCOUNT m m Underaeaf, Etc., Proportionately Low. Call Early and Get Bargains. ?rr1Eflr(wJ ,. Br II sv d. pro-dictio- n. . .lv. W saiv .swi.. Ir :l HP fc i M a. amtTM .sk mt J J JH I v I K. - ; . VflsErW I wJEki . self-deni- J. L. Prohman & Co., Danville, Ky. -- ar We are not going to- - 115-pou- nd m As long as the people appreciate the many advantages: it affords, and we can offer advantages which the old way will not admit of. P THE CASH SYSTEM, alO-yenr-o- ld COIV.E AND SEE The many reductions in all departments to make room for Spring goods. We have too many Shoes and they must be closed before Spring, so you are the one to reap the benefit. Prices on many less than they can be bought for at the factory to-da- time. Considering the fact that name is about the cheapest thing under the mm, Mr.DoBord ought not to huaitato to help his son along that much. a until the Enoinkkii KillxI). A freight train on the Cumberland Valley brunch ran into a rock slide near Middlesboro Saturday morning, killing Engineer Hal Looney and fracturing one of Fireman Fred Jones' legs. Iooney was a brother-in-laof Engineer Frank LaRue, who used to livo at Rowland, nnd is hero Tho.company'a loss was comparatively small. w well-kno- - Whilo Mr. M. J. Harris, of Crab Orchard, was riding a young horse Saturday, ho fired a weapon nnd the next moment he found himself sprawling on tho grouud with his leg VIRIHITyT CITY AND badly hurt and used up gonornlly. He Pink Cottaok for Balo. Apply to V. P. managed to get homo, howover, nnd getWbUod. ting fixed up and procuring a pair of . crutches, came hero to Beo the Schuberls, TuRNOveranew leaf this yearTry as he had intended, but he suffered bo the cash plan. Severance A Son. he could not enjoy the entertainment to House and -- 5 acres of land in Stan- tho oxtent ho expected. Ho is not seriously hurt, however. ford for rent Apply to H. Holm1, agt Accident. ' harness, see J. A. In tho county court yestorday J. II. Uondren, up Btairs at Baughman'e Bta- -' Vanhook waa granted license aa druggist at McKinney. The wills of J. A. Harbio. r ris, R. U. Pleasants, II. M. Johnson, Ben Coal- Bold for cash or exchanged for all Tribblo nnd Ellen. Farria were admitted 11. Baugh- kinda of grain and feed. J. to probate. Mr. Johnson's has been man fc Co. mentioned before, the others nro small Everbody to call and Bottle estates, except Mr. Harris. His will apWantkd. his account. I need the money. Mrs. points S. T. Harris, executor, givea 100 " acres of hind with tho dwelling hoiiBe, Kate Dudderar. stock nnd farming implements to his Your nccouut ia due nnd must bo paid wife during her life time in liou of dower, W. I ncod tho ruonoy. Call and settle. 51,000 to tho children of O. R. Harris in McRcberta. B. trust to S. II. Baughmnn, tho intorest to range still leads, nothing bo usod for tholr mninteuanco, aud $1,000 Economist equal to it. Aek your neighbor. Hig- in trust for the benefit of Mrs. Anuio Eugloman. The root of the estate ia to cina & McKinnoy. be divided among tho childron equally, i'am now in sbapo to glvo my person- tho part of Mra. Margaret Woods to bo with mo. al atteution to nil repairs left held in trust byS. T. Harria for her chilBanks, the Jowolor. dren. Tbo will is dated Aug. 20, 1890, and tho codicil with reference to the Youn account is. now ready and you forward and BOttlo. M, Wooda children Dec. 15, of the same will pleoso coino vear. W. Bougbman. S. & l'on band-niBd- o r - 1 tho Methodists aud otheis turned it Into worm is ju to 3.Uo, and with fair to a regular eanctification meeting. "Bro. prime beeves weighing from 1,100 to 1- ,Sizemore's orchestra" was in good shnpo fUUiDB, worth anywhere from $3 80 to $175, corn brought 20 cents on the and the music was excellent. Chicago Board of Trmln. T. F. Webb eold to Farria A Whitley FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. a bunch of 850 pound feeding cattlo nt 3 D. O. Terhnne, of Mercer, bought 14 centa. Farria A Whitley have bought of long yearling mules at $21.75 to $30.50. Calloway Nance sold to a Mercer various patties SI yearling mulea for an average of $30 and of O. T. Worthington county party a bunch o( Bhoats at 3.10. and Nave Bros. 35 head. of extra good Tho Columbia Spectator reports feeding cattle, weight 1,125 pounds, nt siles of ninny sugar mules nt $t5 to $120. 31 ceuts. Dick Gentry bought of Farris W. W. Gay At PariH Monday, A Whitley 25 head of cotton bought 39 cattlo weight 1,100 lbs. at $3.65. mules Bt $65 per head, and a bunch of CoU'uy A Gaines shipped a car load sugar mulea nt $77.50 per head. -- Advo 01 hoes to Cincinnati Saturday nnd got cate. 3jc. ThomaB Robinson bought in Cast y t NEW AD7KBTISKHEKTH. and Adair a bunch of mountain catth at 2 to 2jc. If you have a sick horse get Dan J.W.COOK, J. W McGlNMS, Caldwell to cure him. Ho understands In charge paiut shop: In charge trimming shop, tbe business. THOMAS Y. Maid Marion, tho famous running maro of (ho Kendell Stable, died at MemDANVILLE, KY., phis last woek. Builder and Dealer in All Kinds Monroe Salisbury will very probably of Carriages. Bell Alir, 2:033, at the Fasig sale in Now Kepal'ing a Specialty. Work dene and warrantYork next month. ed to give tatiifacticn. All work done when All accounts due when Tuck Hubblo haa roturned from Col- proumed. Your patronage solicited. work isde hvered. oo umbus, Ga whero ho Bold two car loads ...... CALL O.V of cotton mulea at $75 to $100. Too Much JohnBon, Play or Play and One Eyci Sal aro some of tho peculiar names found among thoroughbreds. STANFORD, KY., Smith A Smiloy, of Moroland, sold Kor BigBage and Ker Checks, Metal Checks o their crop of tobacco, 13 hogsheads, at all kinds, UadRps, Do; License Checks, Kei Kings, Chains, ,Vc. Stamping on M c till and gt-to $17.75. Loniavillo warohouaa at f I). Elmoiw's store eral repairing. Shop over. so Carroll Reld'a Balk Lino etartod at Stanford, Ky. Now Orleans Friday, but it waa nn off day with him and ha only camo seventh. Salea of 45 yoarllng mulea at S01, Or Bhoata nt 3c and 1,100 pound cattlo at3 00 reported in tho Uarrodsburg Demoaro On pike two miles East oi Hustonvillc. crat. Con J. H. Baugbuian A Co. bought of tains Farria A Hardin 200 barrela of corn at 140 $1.25. They havo bought a little wheat Well Improved and in an oxttllent neighborhood iv uruii .and arnntnira in amiiiua. n recently at 5Sc, cheaper puce in this or an; good county in the to Reuben Gentry, J. E. Carson sold hardware in part payment In some livo town, or ia1nja an n iswul . ri ol Boylo, a litter of black Borkahlro pigs, will ftjsll I7r nifl numbor, for $50. They are to Jbe or longer if d cured. For furthern , particulars oil! six in I. atn Ar vilHr WW t'nv v. lkM141 ll , Vff 831m HustonvIUe, Ky delivered at two months old. SEVERANCE & SON. Dry Goods, Carpets and Shoes, XGOpposite First National Bank, under Odd Fellows' Hall. t I RSBEOir JLXi m ! recently vacated by Severance & We have moved to the Store-rooSon and you are cordially invited to SHAW, Our lines of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods . are Complete in every particular. For Overcoats, Mclntoshes, Gloves Rubber Goods we are headquarters. COME AND SEE US. H. J. McROBERTS. t F. G. BRADY, Next door to Penny's Drug Stcre, Stanford, Ky. J.-1- 0 UftiDERTAKlftSC Splendid Farm For Sale Exchange. r; c. ar clary; BY And Funeral Director. ;. . - Acres of Flue Land, J 1 Practical Trimmer, Bmh&lnm Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room opposite Court-Hous- ! .!.-- H L" 1 e Square, Stanford, JCy. , it t, iL t. iTffBTriri?r'-lil""- i" ' s-ma-m m, a -- .jtim irrr-- 'i t-- -n - TVtMfT iin i- - wir Sejap " ' g DBr, fsgr' ft H Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourna AT THE HOUSEHOLD." " Published Every Tuesday and Friday S3 1?IH1R. YCA.It so paid IN- - ADVANCE thoso who concoct this tlniuty for nnd put uot their trust lu tho K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ready made nrticlo, nlluriugly couvon-iethough that uinybo. Hero is nn exTrain leave Stanford 41 7:15 a m., ctutninp cellent examplo of tho former : St 4:30 p. m. r pound raisins, L.&'.H. LOCAL TIME CARD. pound currants, 0 ouuco3 candied pool, 8 ounces citron, a pound finely chopped ... 11 37P m No. 14, Train going North.. . 3 tj a m bcof suet, 4 ounces chopped applos, a " " No,t6. " South . Ko. s, ...ti 04 p in pound flour, 0 ouncos bread crumbs, ,.. t 13 p in " No., half pound eugar, 7 eggs, half pint of QUEEK & CRESCENT. milk, half a pint of cream, 2 glasses of brandy, half ouuco cloves pounded, cinTrain 1 past Junction City at follows: ...3.56 p m namon nnd grated nutmeg, a tcaspoou-fu- l Ko. 1 South 37 a m. No a North it a ro " , " 3.00 of Fait and a littlo grated lonion 4 ...1.40 p m 3 m o ca m ...3.15 " 5 I q " ...6 00 a m pcol. Mix thoroughly and boil tho pud......8 so d m " 10 " Notb. Net. 3 and 6 ar.d 9 and 10 run no fur ding in a cloth for 4 hours. nor than Junction City, nor on Sunday. Sauce for this pudding, to bo served IWI wmmmmwmimmmnamtmMmwmmtmmmiimmBammmt in a boat : Scald an ouuco of Jordan almonds and 0 bitter ones, free them from their skins, put thorn in n mortar with 4 ounces (sugar, a toaspoonful of brandy ; pound them into a pulp, remove them intoa small stowpau, ndtlu gill of thick dcnblo cream, or 2 yolks of raw eggs, and whip tho sauco with a wiro whisk over a slow flro until it becomes a substantial smooth froth. For uso on Christinas day brandy is generally poured ovor and lighted just as tho pudding is carried to tho table. For an ovorydayplum pudding, much loss expensive, and which an optimistic individual pronounces ' 'perfectly wholesome and uot to bo feared," try tho following: A cup ground rice, a onp flour, a cup suet, a cup satr, a cup raisins (stoned), a cup milk, a tablespoonful vinegar, a teaspoonful carbouatoof soda. Stir well together and boil thrco hours. Absolutely Puro.l IHrWnen not thom-fiolvnt 33.60 will be chars;ed."W; Oequlno KnglMi rimn l'ntlrilng ror Christ- distes aro employing aro volvot conche inas ami For Any Other Day. (novolty), velvets with cashmere-shades- , For Christma3 n real English plnm also now and used for blouses; plush puddiiig formula Bhoultl bo observed by moiro, rich broendes in the Genoa stylo, os fiz Among materials that French sirS-'- ri mo- with dull ground, and shaded velvet flowers; shaded moires (alto new), etc Among tho woolens aro cloth, serge, Three-quart- er threo-qunrte- coarso whito canvas, volvotoens, cither . plain or ribbed thoso last for walking. Bucklln's Arnica Salvo Almost any color can bo worn, but bleu "The host salve in the world for cuts, bru'ieis do sovres and bleu do roi aro favonto soi ci, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapped hands, chilblains.corns and all skin eruptions shades of blue, and also various shades It positively euros piles, or no pay repuired. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money of dark green aro much used. refunded. Pncu 35 cents per box For sale by W. II. Mc Roberts, druggist. Send your addrass to II. K. Rucklen ft Co., Chicago, and sjet a tree tample box of Dr. Klng'i I will rent at public auction on next County New Life Pills. A trial will conviuce you of their tho Daniel Slagg merits. Thcie pills arc easy in action nud are Court day, January 13, ttg6. which te to join particularly tffectWt in the euro of constipation farrtofiij Acres, 8a acres or corn, s in oats ami the balance Is already in No. and sick headache. For malaria ana liver trouo They are 1 Dim Grass. I willalie sell at the samo time lea they have been proved invaluadle. guaranteed lo bo perfectly frte from every delete nous substance and to be purely vegetable. They I S Shares Farmers Bank and Trust : do not weaken by their action, but by swing tone Co. Stock. to the stomach and- bowels greatly invigorate the Office on Main Street, Opposite the system. Regular siie a$c per box. Sold by W, Terms made known on day of sale. II. Mcllobetts, druggist. ADAM PENCE, Agent. - Froo Pllla. &Ott lEfclEIfcTT. W. B. FEirorz". Dentist. Stanford, Ky x Post-OiG- ct G. B. COOPER, STANFORD, KY. BARKER HOUSE, J. F. IIAKKKK, Proprietor, .......Proprietors of The l'rlncrM Gown Again. Livery and Food Stable, Havivg bought of P W Green his Llvcrr buse aic iness and added new buggies and horses, prepared to furnish FIRST-CLAS- S Somerset, - - Kentucky, Rates TWO DOLLARS Pflr Dav, Remodeled and refurnlshe-- i throughout. Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and ollice connected lr Klectric lltlls. Prompt and polneerice to guests 47 OUR HUSTLING - ..-.- .is Tho scnl of fashionablo approval was unmistakably stamped upon tho princess gown at Xow York's horso show, and this graceful fashion is onco in ore an established fuct with elegant drcsr-ers-. On short notice The traveling public will Add us always ready and willing' to lurnish Drum- aeons, either single or doublo, or Cammers" airosof ail kinds at very LOW P'tlCKS. The Cor a pain In the chcit a piece of fWnnel damp boys in ami around town will also find us the peo CDfd with Chamberlain's Pain Halm and bound on pie to deal with. Stop with us .when In town at over the spat of the pain, an I another on the Inck courts and entertainments and your horse and vebetween the shoulders, will atferd prempt relief. hicle will be well cared for ' This is t specially valuable in cases where the pain G. 11, COOPKR Is caused by a cold and there is a tendency toSy Myers House Stablekiitanford, Ky ward pccumonla. For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. Many merchants arc nwaie that their customers are their bet friends and take pleasure In supplying them with th best goods obtainable. Aa an instauco wo mention Perry .V Cameron, prominent druggists of Klufhiug. Michigan. They say: "We have no hetitation in tocomineLittng Chamberlain's Conh Kcinedv to our customers, as it is the best cough nifdiiluc we have ever sold, and always gives satisfaction," Korsale by Craig ,V Mocker, Stanlord, Ky. TURNOUTS INSURANCE MAN, M. W. JOBHCTSOIT, "I say Pat," Bnid the Subway boss, "how did you vote at the election'."' "Ah, now, don't you think I didn't get in my wourk, for ivery man I bed n grudge against I jnet put a crcf-- 'ginst his name, that I did." s llo Got Even w. s. btjuch:, Attornoy at Law, - - Stanford, Kentucky. Whercpieicuts the Old Reliable Michigan Mntu-- . al Life Insurance Co., of Detroit Mich., can write you all tbe most favorable plans ot Inrur ance. He aiso represents ths old reliable Central Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville, Ky., and will be clad to hs. liberal share of your patronsve. Will be leady to router al! tbe favors that can be given by any warehouse Liberal cash advance, menu mad on consignments, both in tbe waret will be at Stanford every house and country court day. Parties wanting hogsheads, tulles or money should address m at Paint Lick, Ky, Prompt attention guaranteed (96m DON'T FORGET THAT OrBceon Lancaster Street, opposite the Court House Collections receive especial attention. S3 mm POWDER Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. der. 106 Wall Street. Now York. 1 A cream of tarter baking pow- MQRTK W3SST, the leaf and kidnoy fat from a well grown, corn fod bullock, which sho the I can TJirvTin will take all trade hideileather get chops fine. Then she gets a lot of raisins on tor lUUJJU, forcashorln home In Otten- - and currants, which aro washed and helm. Chas. Knnslin, Tanner. picked ; soino citron and slices that up fine; likewiso some npples. Sho mixes A. G. Lanhaai this up with a dust of flour, n proper John B. Castlemaa. amount of granulated sugar, and after clandestinely chucking in a couplo of brandied peachos, chopped up, sho pours in enough French brandy to make tho wholomass jolly. Thoso ingredients aro well stirred togother. Now for the pastry. This is tho hardest part. Tho flour must bo mixed with ico water, somo powdered crackers aro to bo added, and Co Call In and see the largast and best aorid line &OASTLBMAjN after it is kneaded into a dough and ever brought to !Untod Prices as low as the or STANFORD, KY., IowcmL worked hard with the fists it is rolled KlesaM line Linens aad Embroidery Material. MANAGERS, Is now fully orgsnltcd and ready for business sella out flat, and lumps of lard aro plowed M1SSL1CC1K HKAZLtY, Stanford, Ky Building-- Louisvillp, into it with tho thumb. Theso lumps of HERNDON-CARTE- R Crismerco Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. lard aro worked into the dough ad infinINCORPORATED. throughout the South Surplus, . A?3t 20,000. itum. If too much is put in, however, We handle every thing on commission, and do the largest business, having more the crust is too greasy and brittle. It buyera than other houses. Careful, prompt, nnd honest dealing is the secret of SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL must bo dry and flaky. Now put a layer our success. Correspondence invited. Price currents mailed free. I'. U. HI LEY, Proprietor, HANK OF STANFORD, 313-31- 0 STANFORD, ICY. of donch in a tin pan, flatten it down. Murrell Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. - - - Kentucky Now closing up) with the saat, ansuand uadsi London. the saute management. slice away tho jagged edgos, nnd in goes Uy provisions of its chatter, depositors art as ,iV VOU ARKGOING. tho minco moat Now, then, another fully protected as sis depositors in Natioaal I have moved to ray new Hotel and am belt Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually layer of dough on top ; press it down prepared than ever to accommodato the pub In OR iood Livery attached and svery cooveaiti.es df tiaole to the eatcotol the amount of their stock around tho rim, decorato it with cuts therein at the par value tharrol, in addition to the 4itd. Give lac a call. ..THB.. amount invested In such shares, It may act as according to artistic fancies and bako rRANK RILEY. 77 eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully as with a quick oven. Thero you havo your tn individual. To those who entrusted thtir buislncts to ni real minco pio, says tho Baltimore STANFORD! while ranaglctc tbe Lincoln National Dank 81 American. Stanford, we we here lender our many thanks and iruil they will continue to transact their busiaaec FEMALE : COLLEGE. wun us, oncrlog as a guarantee (or prompt attenFor the Toilet Table. tion lo same, our twenty years' eiperwac la A chamois skin "to tako off tho banking and as liberal accoinmodauons aa are STANl'OHD, KY. with sound banking. shino" cut in leaf shape, may havo tho Louisville 4 Nashviuc R. R. edges buttonholo stitched in wash eilk niHicrous: WILLIAM SIIELTON, President. J J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; floss. Tho veins in tho loaf may alio bo Is the line for you, as Us . H. Shanks, tilaufoid; MRS. NANNIE S. jjAUFLEY, Lady Principal. indicated, but not so profusely as to inJ.S, Owsley, Sunlcrd; All the latest Magazines, Books and Fashion Papers received as Miss Emma L. Mania, ;Pcsiding Teacher in the terfere with tho usefulness of tho arti- S J. Ernbry, Stsnford; ROYATBAKING POWDER 00., mako glad tho hearts of her guests gets The Old Virginia Cook's 3Iiuco Ties. A great many peoplo eat minco pies, but thero aro not n groat many who know how they aro built. Tho old Virginia housekeeper when sho wishes to ROYAI , iRsaraRfie OF LITERPOOL, BARBEE wmpw$ Ky. model for day wear, in chameleon oloth, is trimmed with bows and 6leovo folds in royal blue volvot and jewoled buckles. For sale at i$ and jo cents per bottle by Craig ft An imported gown in bluo aud brown Hocker, Mastoid Ky. check, somewhat of a compromiso ou M. S, All Froo J, W. IUvciimak, this style, but a good one, has tho back The Kodemrr place at Rowland containing 104 have used Dr. Thoie New Dlocev frame doelliagand whI of tho bodico almoxt shawl .shaped, with cry knowwho value and those King's have Hot. have Acre. its who Possenion given given at outbuildings. no scam whatever, blue velvet coming now the opportunity to try it free. Call on the ad once. I. S. OWSLEi.JIC. Ageat. vertised druggMt and get a tiial Little free. Send , t Stanford, Ky. beneath the arms. In front thero aro your name to II. E. llucklcn .V Co Chic sc. and iioraiiTOHs- get a trial bottle or Dr. King's New Lite Pills as bluo velvet bows on either side of tho well as a cony of Guide to Health and Household bitbt, secured by steel buckles, the Instructor free All of which Is guaranteed to da SPRING AND SUMMER. sloovos tho ordinary gigot, a frill of volyou good and cost you nothing at A. K. Penny's Something to Beautify tho Ladics. drugstore. vot at tho neck. STA1IL.E, Daily openining New Hats, Dowers and laeesl IJ. Gordon has issued an Gen. John - - Kentucky. wil assurance to We The Baldwin Locomotive Works in order designatini: Friday, May 1, for a find give thees.abllttuncnl the trade that they the uist eacluslveneis In our n style of patterns, hats and btuneU and all the 1S95 built 401 locomotives, against 312 in memorial festival day, to bo twt Hpart for leading novelties in Millinery for whuh we aic II you niwd livery give us a call. Nothing oat 1S94 and 703 in 1S93. The company has tho women of tho South to raise funds known throughout the country. . turnouts ill leve our stable, bee us I havesecureda trimmer for already orders (or 90 engines this year. for a crest memorial hall, to be known as Thinking you lor past favors, we respect- ferrates. Inemr your patronage heretofore 10 lit craliy At Weat Liberty, Tom and Frank the Bsttle Abbey of tho South to bo fully solicit M D DUUDKRAR' btav.ed. BLACKSMITH SHOP. KATL DUDDHRAK, .Manager. Hopkins, brothers, quarreled over the erected at New Orleans. Mr. Ohea 11. Wlllgii,tatwllrt class work and isllsfactor division of work when tho former stab- Rods, who conceived tho idea, lias subTiv our ho", sheer. 1 dics bed the latter to death with a pocket scribed flOO.000 conditioned 'that the knife. veterans raise a like amount. SV irnada of the latest strips lust received A simplo PRINCESS CLOTH GOWN. what Mr. Robert Itowts, o a., has to say below, will rememItalands, ber their own eipetitnce under like circumstances "Last winter I had la grippe whic1 left me in a 1 tried nnmerous ow state of health remedies, none of hieh did me any good, until 1 was in ducedtotry a bottle ol Chamberlain's Cough Remedy The first battle ol it ao relieved n.c that I was enabled to attend to my work, sad the aecond bottle effected a cure.'' who read Not a few AT McKINNKV, KY Have Just been overhauled and repaired froo bet tcp by the famous Richmond City Mill Worls, of Richmond, lnd, and with capacity Dentist, now increased, are doing mora and better work than ever before, and with the old reliable D V, Kennedy as head miller, you are sure of good Hour and fair lteauni-;it- . lie suit and bring us your grinding and when buying call for our old Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley lluilding. and wall established brands. Favorite Patent, La. dies' Favorite and Haters' Choice HATES A SON, Successor to K. L. Tanner ft favorite Milling Co. A. S. PRICK, Surgeon THE FAVORITE MILLS, torn to Stanford, FOB, HEITT. lo-Kur- v ecM-sar- y M.S.&J.W.Baughman, , LIVERY, FI:E Stanford, first-class & SALE nrit-cla- thesea-sew- TO THE XiTJISS Farmers Rank&Trnst SHIP YOUR PRODUCE to CO. THE RILEY HOUSE W. B. IV. c ROBERT Pharmacist and Bookseller. Has a Complete. Stock of Pass Books, Day Books and Ledgers, cos-titte- LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. double Dally Tralno Makeclose connection at ror.BTiforto.r.Aorftiit TRBOUGGTGIfTCEC,kDED THROUGH Stanford, Ky soon as published. Weekly, monthly and yearly subscriptions received. A calendar for 189G 10 present you. New, Fresh Drugs and Chemicals to compound your prescriptions with. Perfect accuracy and dispatch. Studs-Hall- Miss Mary Cowen, Principsl partment; ol the Music De- J. II Owtley, Stanford; Miss Mary P. Harris, Principal of the Departments ol Art and Elocution. Next Session yili;Begin Wednesday, January 22. For terms. He, send for Circular College. er Portland. San Francisco. ,..To tbe., WKDETIWEST Via The., d POND LILY PATTERN-- . THB MAJESTIC OITEi B.AITGES Tho chamois skin should bo attached by a ribbon to a linon starchbag which is cut tho samo fehapo and size.. Tho starchbag is mado of two leaves of linon buttonholo btitched togother aud veined in wafeh silk floss. Tho bag is thou filled with propared baby powder before tho buttonholo stitching is qnito completed. A writer in Tho Household, who suggests tho foregoing, nlso sketches apond lily pattern, pond lily leaves boiug a good ehsipo for tho purpose. cle. A. W, Carpenter, MlUcdgeville, W. 11, Cummins, Preachers I II S, If. Shanks, President, Or. J. H. OwsJey1,Caililsr, W M J. F Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; nil at the llrlghl, Teller. S3 32,1 t8 : 32 1 SK XL Only Dining Car Route From Pullman Vestlbnled Slbepora of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address TO Elezant CX-3CXCJ&- Are riveted together, not bolted, hence are air tight and can not warp apart. Tops and linings are made of wrought iron and will outwear any three cast tops stoves. Will bake in less time and use one-hal- f the fuel. "We have used a Majestic for 12 months. It bakes biscuit with the oven door open and uses about one-hal- f the fuel of a cast stove. We would not be without it for twice the cost. Eubanks Bros. Don't take our word for it. A trial is all we ask. The best is the cheapest. One stove will wear a life time. D. 3. CAHFEnSTTEB,, OF III STONVILLE. Will carry a full line ol genuine Oliver Chilled Plows, Silver Steel Plows and repairs fur the Gale and Other leading larming Implements. The Walitr A. Wood Mower and Reaper Machines, lor Cultivators of the best quality, lull Ili'ifk'U the money, Phaetuni, hutrcjs and Camsei of the richest iualillos and fanciest and latest styles The best K'ade of light buggy hairiest and the cheaper grades. Coilsrs, hamet, bridles for farm PurtKce, breeching and srap work of all kind Furniture of all descriptions. Trunks, bags, traveling telescopes, hone blankets, buggy rugs, stove and stove fixtures. &c all ol which h inites your attention aim icspecuou anu promise 10 ucai justly and act honorably with you in all transac tions, manning my many customers lor ineir patronage In the past tear, I solicit a liberal continuance, and wish them all a happy new year, D. S. CARPKNTKR, 80 tf Hus'onvllle, Ky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock .. Surplus S2OO.000 23,700 FKANKJ.REID,) or G. P.Aseot, Chicago ) J. f E.H.BACON (. Louisville. Be sure to call for Monon Route. Denver. St. Paul. Ey. mdland B'y, Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Time TabU Nov. 3, 1895. No. A. 1. Franlrfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carllslo, Maysvlllo, Oynthiana, Falmouth and Oovlnston. No 3. No 7. p. in. p. m. 4 Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest, and quickest between Only Ditect LIlc Between Person' Denlro la UN Paradise. A timely commont on Christmas giving is found in a paragraph in a letter which Bismarck, tho "Iron Chancellor," but most lender aud dovoted husband, wroto to his sister asking her to buy somo presents for his wifo. Tho first suggestion was a pieco of jewelry, aud ho says of it, "Sho (Princess Bismarck) wishes for an heart liko tho ono you havo, and a person's desiro is his paradise. " No more apt Christmas hint than this could be fouud "a person's desiro is his paradiho." A W. H. WEAREN & CO. Splendid Assortment to select from. In R. R. Noel & Son, uccetsorstoj. II. Hlggins, Dealers In Attention of the public is invited to the far that this is tho only Natio.ial Bank m StanforJ Under the provisions of tha National Hank are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders1 liability lor aa amount equal lo the stock, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of I400.000. Ktve sworn statements of thecondition of the bank are made each yearto the United States government and Its assets are eaamlned at stated times by government agents, thus securing addititoas and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, onionally established as ths Deposit Hank of Stanford in ij8, then ised as tho National Hank of Stanford In iSos and again re organised as the first National Hank ol Stanford In iSBj, has bad practically an uninterrupted ealsteuce of years. It Is better supplUd now with ladlities for transacting business piompi ly and liberally than ever before in Us long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solle-led. Chinaware and Glassware We are the leaders. All Kinds Stanford, of Coal, Kv. Ths Directory of this Hank is composed Forettus lteid, Lincoln county; S. T, Harris, Lincoln; o 01 Don't buy till you sec our stock. that we arc closing out our Remember TRAINS EAST. r.T Frinklsrt a m. 6 Si GeorBOtownB.M Arr. C. S. Depot Elkhorn Stamping uround Paris C....... 7 7 a; 7 43 7 58 30 '8 5 1 4 8 4 47 5 5 4 no 00 4 5 09 j "S J so 4 co 8. to, 4. TRAIN'S WKST. No. . No.in. No. lu. No. m. p. a. m' p. "- - 9 5 600 4 40 .....C Lt Paris Stamp's Gro'd M Depot -- ..,.10 07 C. Georgetown B 10 10 10 a3 a 5 55 6 40 7 658 7 IS Arc rrankfort Kikhorn....... A.- - iioo to 40 7 J" I" 7 15 SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Georgetown so to a. m; arrive Frankfort Popcorn 1'uddlnjf. SX03R. rn. Pop somo corn uicoly, then roll It na Leavo Frankfort 4 3" P m. arrive Georgetown " I .....- . - fino as you can. Tako a pint of tho S 7 P- - Kentucky Miaiana Miiwruu Tha cheanest tiont Ivm the shortest and andWje.t. route to all corn to a quart of swoet milk, add a Mini. South. But, North small picco of butter, a teaspoonful of " if or further iniormsuon ii"r " Paaa. - Agent.. B CD. B. ERCAW, Gen. & Gen.Sup salt, beat a eggs with enough sugar to UARPKK, Kec'r GKO. ewoeten tho Iteil Crunbcrry Jelly. Select 2 (marts of bright red borrips and wash carefully; put thorn in a porcelain lined kettio with a scant pint of cold water aud boil briskly for 15 then squcezo through a llauuol jolly bag. Return tho juico thus obtained to thekottlo; add 3 pounds of tho best whito sugar and boil for about 20 minutes, stirring constantly. Pour into molds that havo previously been riused in cold water. Caro must bo taken that tho borries aro not overripe. miu-uto- Stoves, Saddles, Harness and Sil verware at Cost. Everything in the Grocery and Provision line at reasonable Come early and see our display. prices. We will continue the coal business at Mr Hlg gins' old stmd and will have on hand al all times tho very best coal whicn we will deliver piwinptly. We will toll strictly for cash and will make It to the Intercit of tbe pcopla ol this section to pay 37 Cash. . All orders for Coal left at Craig & Hocker s drug store will be promptly Tilled aud appreciated by NOEl, & SON. J, J. : T. : STTTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Offers his services o trio peoplo ol West LinFull stock of Cotfint coln and Catcy Counties. and Caskets always on hand. - D. ti. Carpenter, Manager. ,j H. Colliei, Lincoln; W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. llaughinan.i Lincoln; J.S. Hocker, Stanford; W. A.Trlublo.Stajford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford, K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon, Ky S. Hocker, President; J 00. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A A.McKinney, Asst. Cashier. J. J. s; FARMS & HARDIN, A. C. SINE, Dealer in iL T Vl i Sclentiflo American Agency forj Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE .aSSSL EXCHANGE sB. WM iLmkL kmm GmlmTmm Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, ..... n.i FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC. I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. Frankfort Ky Bake 20 minutes. milk; mix ull togother. I t Housoand Lot In Crab Orchard, Ky. Pn (nfnnniMnri eaei.t tl...st Five rooms and kitchen, Cellar, flower pit, stable Oldest bureau for aeciinn patonu In America. anu other outbuildings, all in llrst class leiulr; fruit Jlrerr re"." ,aken out u' u" u brouKht befora well of never faillne water all kinds of one tree publlo by a notlco given free of chanjo la acre. nrl .mall trutts. L.0C contains auuut riii ..11 rhcancr exchange for small farm in u good neighborhood. The place is rented for 1894 to Mr. HughSeargent, who will show the place to desires to look ml ill. For lurther Lanrest circulation of any sclentiflo naner fn thn anyone J. H. blEPIIfcNS, Information address man should be without aoa N. Limestone tit., Lexington, Ky. yean lUOalx months. Addreii Centrally located. CO. P. 3. 381 IJroe4wv,New York City, 4 t- -.. s . DESIGN PATENTS, .. UUHTH nUTA - - - ssatn wee . CAVrftTts TRADE MARKS, Mtuttiit mtxlm irjJ' r