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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896011701 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. KfbjiniiiujniiivipVT i nvaqi IWHilX HIiyUi)l) 411. JfH M' ITItf 8r Iemi-Weekl- y iET XXIII. HIODLEBURG, CASEY UOUNTY- Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 17. 1896. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. ON A LOCAL ' NO. 91 fMTUBE. MATRIMONIAUtlATTERS. Itov. Willtums will preHcli nt Grovo Master Alox gciilegei, of Richmond, Tho subject of Eldor George Gow- The census of Now York City shows Sunday. Ho la tlm nuperiiitondent of nn'fl diflcoure next Sunday ingrning will! WflH '''ft 2,000 hy Pap Hull, the aged theh) are 10, W2 hopelees old maids in bicycliflt who died at OrrhiKsvillo last tho Sunday echool out there buTliu Profitable Life. that city. K, T. South refuses to cell whlsKy 10 bomo ol tho mumbera of tho junior Hh was a pet of tho old gentle Miles Leslie, aged 10, and Ethel Hil-bu- nij nny ono to oarry to n party, weilillnn or ululiatorinud Alias Myrtle Wilds on Wed-oth- man. Ranges out of the Range of all other Ranges, yet within the- - Range eloped from Marion, Ind,, and neaday evening at her home. Lfzzio, tho Ktliorlnfif. Hurrah for Hob daughter of wero married. of all wanting Mr. A. W. Humphrey weut to Lou Married in Luxingtou on Tuesday, Louis Maynad, of Danville, haa been Mrs. Catherine Smith, of Bowling iavillo Monday to attend tho mudloal j Mrs. Hollo Feathers, of this county, and tuiesing for two weeks mid no traces of Green, tho mother of 23 children, haa her can he found. She left tho homo of sued for a divorce from her husband. school. MIbb Lulu Uonson Is vlsltlnii at Mr. Morton Scott, of Nieholasvillo. JaineoTarkington.at Bloomfield, with-ou- t The Bible aociotv of the Preabvtur- Mt. Olive. At Richmond, Wednesday, Mies giving any notice, and it is feared Cleopatra Bales and Mr. Hugh McEl-wain- e, We have the only Wrought Iron Range on the market. Call and Your ecribo Iirh not yet been so for- - j jnu church will meet Saturday nftenioon tunate an to see a copy of too Uberiy witK Mrs. Margaret Gul on Stanford that she has been tho victim of foul play. of Bowling Green, were married and see them. Shu r in statue, has blue eyes, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nor haa a copy boen gent to Btrnet. Tribune. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B Carter, of Carters-vlll- light liHir and fair complexion. thlaofllco. Kt Bales. There came very near being war in Mlcaes Matilda and itlituchu Elliott g.ive a reception lo their nephew, James Henry Parsons, a bachelor of Ntavo their younj: friends n pnrty Salur-da- y Mr. George Allen, and wife, (nue Miss Jamestown Monday. Dory Johnson 66, and Miss Lizzie Hollzclaw, daughter ome 20 coupled availed Oadie Napier), of Cartersviile, last who was shot by A. K. Huniblo for bo' of Mr. W. II. Holtzclnw, of tho Gilberts night, ing too intimate with Humblo's wife, Creek section, were Thursday evening. thomselveaof thoopportunlty of attendunited heart and Marriage licenses were issued this went to town with IIQ armed men, think hand at tho bride's home Wednesday. ing and report a good time. ing that tronblo would bo renewed. Over Stephen Goodman lulled a red fox week to Dave B. Anderson to In Breathett county Floyd Carpento bo making Lackey; Stephen S. Walker to Hattio 60 friends of Humble also armed them ter and Martha Carpenter and George Steve Saturday. himself famous aa a slayer of red foxen. Totteti; Tovls Preston to Nettie Totten; selves nnd matters assumed a cerulean Carpenter and Aizalia Oarpentor, all hue, till friends interfered and it was cousins, were married. Among tho guests This is tho second ono brought down by G. B. Allen to Katie Napier. Tuo Louisville Post has engaged II. agreed to let tho matter drop. Mrs. was the him in the last few weeks. of all the We still exist. A new and elegant line of Ladies Shoes, Wo hear atronj? talk of a wedding Clay Sutton, one of Lancaster's gifted Humble is the mother of four children contracting parties. including aoon to como oil. Hut wo have Heard so artists, to do Borne chalk sketching for it. and is living with her undo in JamesThe marriage of Dr. II. M. Marsh talk of this samo wedding in tho He is not only an artist of considerable town. She made a fu'l confession to her and Miss Maria Caldwell, of Danville, is much husband a few days since, but tho coup- announced to tako place in that city at last six months that wo havo begun to merit, but an author as well. Iobo confidence in everything that is told Judge Robinson, Messrs. T. V, Cook le will rut again live together. Johnson noon January 22nd, and will be an and George Kvans, enterprising farmers haa a wile but no children and was ocUs concerning It. nflalr. Miss O. is a niece of South Pork, has of this community, have had the misfor- cupying a rented room in Humblo's of tho lato Rev. R. Tailor made Mr. Wm. Jones, II. Caldwell. moro than 100 tune this week to loso a number of valu- dwelling when shot. Johnson still carA bureau that was made "Please don't phalo to be thar," years ago. In going through it some able sheep by aomo dogs; "0 or more ries his arm in a sling and it iasaid to be wrote a Jessamine county girl to a Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes at right figures. in a fearful condition. time sinco tho following words weio were either killed or injured. young man whom sho was expecting to Bovi.it County. -- Miss Jennie McKin-no- y, fonnd written in an old fashioned hand, John Perkins, a prominent politimeet at n party, and tho young man reof Hustonville, is visiting Mies plied: "Made by cian of the colored race, left Tuesday to inside tho bottom drawer: "I'll bo thar! In tho bright lexTimothy Thurstv, Jerusalem, Juno 1st, HI! the position of janitor in theguborna. Fannie Bead. -- Mrs. J. W. Proctor and icon of youth thar is no ia no such word 1403." It is of course a very quaint torial mansion at Frankfort. Some may Mrs. Duncan have moved into their new as "phale." plcco of furniture, and is highly prized remembor that Bradley votod for Perkins home on Fourth street. Mrs. Mary J. George Gooch, 21, and Miss Eva Fifty per cent. Reduction in Millinery. Koeaeli, of Lincoln, ia visiting her Mounce, 17, came down from Milledge-yill- e by Mr. and Mrs Jones. for jaiier over S. D. Hothwell. -- Mr. T. S. Miller sold his frm North- daughter, Mrs. A. E. Gibbons. Fiirria & 25 per cent, reduction in ladies' Capes and Cloaks; also in all ComTuesday and were made one by CHURCrUFFAlRS. west of Lancaster to throe dlilereut par- Whitley sold to Gentry Brothers, for E Judge Davison in a jitly. The marriage forts and Blankets. Thfro have been 70 conversions at a tita as follows: Win. Clark gets the W. Lee, 10 good cotton mules at an av- occurred in the Myers House parlors in Mdthodlst protracted meeting at Ash- - homestead nnd KM) acres at 60 an acre, erage of $76. J. M. Bumside bought of tie ufesence of a crowd of friends ntd A new lot of Elegant Calicoes and Ginghams, all 5 cents. Ala-roni- a cuttle at 3c.-Ja- mes Mr. It. M. Moos 60 ncreu at 3G0 an acre, Y. Bright 12 and. and Arbuckles CoiTee at 20. Call and see us and you will save Kov. Wm. Crow will preach at Sal-vis- a, Victor Uar Uo acres H. Otter sold his stock of dry at 100 an aero. Tho senior proprietor of the Win- money. Respectfully, CHAS. WHEELER. in Mercer oouuty, next Sunday at There is to boi slight improvement goods, etc., to Morris J. Frris, Andrew chester Democrat, Mr. Georgo Warren 11 o'clock. in the prayer meeting room at the Chris- G. Whitley and Thomas N. Roberts, and Biehn, and Miss Jenny Admsson were The Baptist Theological Seminary at tian church, a platform is to bo erected they will continue tho business at the married in that city Monday and left at Loulnville celebrated the enrollment of or it might le more properly called a same Htaod, under firm name of Whitley, once for a Southern tour amid hearty its SOOdth pupil by n big dinner. Roberta & Co. Mr. Whitley, who bss congratulations, In which the 1. J. begs pulpit. It will be found to be more conCoiiL'rermiiHU John I). Clardy has venient to both had cmsiderablo experience in mercan to join most sincerely. nroacher and lip,inrn donated to tho Williamsburg College 11 than their present arrangement a table. tile amirs, will devote his personal atThere will not be another leap year brary a ooinptate net of tho Kncyclopedla A number of families havo quito re- tention to the business, along with Mr. until 1001. Under our present calender, Rritanlca. cently moved Into our community for tho Roberts, ho has been Mr. Otter's trust- established by Gregory XIII, in 15S2, Frank Fuller, of Lexington, who is purpose of educating their children at ed rigut-han- d man for years. Mr. Otter and adopted in English-speakin- g lands G-oo- d dying of consumption, vem bptzid in tho grided school taught by Prof. B. S. has bought James A. Slaughter's fine in 1752, every fourth year ia a leap year his room, in a tank especially prepaiod Uowen nnd his alio nesistants. Mr. Bon farm of 260 acres, on the Lancaster pike, excepting those ending a century not for the purpose. Dunn and family, of Lower Garrard, nt $90 an acre. Mr. Otter also sold to Mr. divisible by 400 without a remainder. Tho ladita of tho Junction City have rented nnd are occupyiug oue of Slaughter, for J2.500, the frame cottage Thus 1600 wsa a leap year, but 1700 A good Suit for S3. 50, a better one for $5 and a still better one for Methodist church presented Kev. S. W. Mrs. Mary Cunningham's houses on De- recently erected on East Main street. and 1800 were not, and 1000 will not be. $6.60 and1 on up to $10. Peeplen, their pastor, with a vory hand-so- pot streot and tho now, commodious Advocate. silk "crazy" quilt. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. dwelling of Mrs. Cunningham has been Remember these are our Closing Cash Prices and we propose sellHUBBLE. In a private letter to the editor, Hov. rented by Mrs. Susan Menefeo, who has The Ladies' Aid 8oclety met with ing every thing in proportion. We do not want any winter stock left now charge at recently Vf. K. Kills sys this of his Mrs. Annie Engleman, who has moved Into It. Depot street Is Mrs. Dr. E. J. Brown this week. My work hero is starting oil' now a thriving portion of Memphis: The entire thing must go. Heavy Underour little city. been visiting in this neighborhood, has Tho band beys will give an oyster in our house in 30 days. nicely. Have doubled tho attendance alD. M Williams, of Gatnpbellavllle, returned to Stanford. Comforts, Cloaks and everything wear, Wool Hosiery, Home-mad- e supper at the Miller Hotel this evening. ready Blnce l;:came, added about '20 to was here Wednesday a conspicuous guest D. N. Prewitt sold a lot of Plyraoth Dr. Lovell is improving his property now goes. We carry the best line of Black Dress Goods in the city tho church and havo nover before had at the Williams-Jenninwedding. Mr. Rock'hens the other day that averaged hv placing an elegant sidewalk in front pulpit work-rece- ived and Mrs. George and they are to go. Lace Curtains, Lace Bed Spreads, Muslin Unmy work especially the U. Bruce, of Danville, nearly 7 pounds and brought nearly 36c of it.. with such approbation nod with wero hero the first of the week as visitors apiece. This goea to ahow that it pays Work on the new Presbyterian derwear, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, Men's Boots and so much enthusiasm. I feel that this is of Mr. and Mrs. Kphrltm Brown, MrB. to look after good stock in poultry as church began last week. This will make Shoes. Every line is perfect and we are determed to' close. Come a great field and that wo shall havo n Bruco'a parents. Mr. Jones Salter and well as in other products of the farm. two churches for Mt. Vernon. and try us. prosperous year. I am doing my bf st to two sons have returned to their home In Dogs got among tho sheep of J. J. A mock Senato holds its sessions 1 my ;Mastor in try my full strength for Bebee, Arkansas. Mrs. II. M. Ballou and Walker and R. D. Bruco a few nights ago the court-hous- e Monday evenings. This this now charge. little daughter have returned from a visit and killed and crippled about a dozen, is an interesting affair and will be largeto relatives In Stanford. Mr. Theodora G. A. Swinebroad bought some hogs of ly attended. What McORBAiiY'a Shois Wim. Cost. Moran, of London, was a visitor in Lan- Rigney A Miller at 3c and some cows and Mrs James Maret, who haa been an Two gontlemenj on Olllco Bow were caster tho first of tho week. Mr. and holfora of W. H. Underwood and Luce invalid for so long, is rapidly convalesfiguring Tuesday on what it will cost J Mrs. I. W. Douglass, of Lebinon Junc- Bros, at 2c. D. N. Prewitt bought 6S cing. She has tho best wishes of her tho next follow who goes to Uongreea tion, nre visitors of their Lancaster rela- sheep of II. O. Walter for $G5 and some many friends for a rapid recovery. from this district. Tnis is tho way they Mies Lena Archer, of Danville, is Bhoata of Col. Underwood at 3c. tives. Proi. Pearco began toaching a select cipher it: To got the nomination $5,000i the guest of Mrs. Miss Mattle White haa returned school at tho echool house Monday with B. L. Owsley. Miss then to win tho general election 11,000 Nellie Dillon and guest, Miss Gallia from Hustonville, accompanied by Mips good attendance. He h an excellent must ho placed In each of the 11 counties Stone, of Burgin, are on a visit to friends Georgia Nowburn. Mrs. Ann Gasti-nea- u teacher and Christian gentleman and to Which muHt be added 1.000 for is vory sick of pneumonia. E. A. any community should ho pleased to Stanford, iho Miwb Wyatt left Lanmaking 120.000 Both of these in lost week to make their homo in Whito and his brother Felix, who went further the welfare of such a good citicaster gentlemen are expert tlgurers, and one to Adair county to visit friends, havo zen. calculating from experience the city of Lexington. Mrs. Mary L. each received Leap Year of them was The 'Salatnagundi meets with tho proposals from Andornon hue returned from a pleasant having been in politics, and knows what two young ladies of, Columbia and of charming and talented secretary, Miss visit of a week to Mrs. J. B. Carter, of All the latest Magazines, Books and Fashion Papers received as it coals to try to handle ono county, Cartersviile. gourse the proposals have been accepted. Mattie Williams, this week. Mr. R G. soon as published. Weekly, monthly and yearly subscriptions reBoth thought that in duo time one. and Williams, tho president, will treat tho ceived. At 10 o'clock Wednesday morning at A calendar for 1896 to present you. would announce London. At the First National Bank society to nn oration upon tho "Now perhaps two candidates tho homo of the bride's parents, Mr. and of London, Ky the following officers South." A debate and other features from this county. If they do, where'a Mrs. New, Fresh Drugs and Chemicals to compound your prescriptions II. O. Jennings, two loving, trusting were elected for this year: Judge V. promise to make this one of the best with. Perfect accuracy and dispatch. the $20,000 to como hearts wero united for life by the im- Bareing president; J. W. Bastin Democrat. meetings yet held. pressive words of tho popular young and R. M. Jackson cashier, Mrs. LoRoy Houk, the wife of one Tho agricultural commltteo of tho Lancaster preacher, Elder George Gow-owith the following directors: V. Bore- - of our beat citizens, died in Stanford last House will usk Secrotary Morton to exThe names of the contracting par- Ing, J. W. Bastiu, J. V. Elliott, W. B. Tuesday after undergoing a surgical op plain why he returned to the treasury ties mo Woodruff" Irving Williams and for the pur- Misd Margaret Jennings. The bride is Catching, R. M. Jackson, M. Hope, C. D. oration. Many homes are tilled with Dealer in the $100,000 appropriated distribution. Tho an accomplished, highly educated young Anderson, Joe Sampson, G. U. Brown. sorrow over this untimely death. Tho chase of rare seeds aecretary says there worojno rare eoeda lady, besides boing possessed of many Cashier Jackson is tho right man in tho bereaved husband and children have the right place, aud is making money for the sympathy of all, for a true wife and lovto be bought, and asserts that some of admirable traits of character. She will share holders. Stock in hia hank ia ing mother has been taken from a happy Metal Rooling, Farm and Yard Fence, by his proyo nu able house-wifthe Congressmen wore put out as well as they had sold quite an adept In the culinary art. Sho scarce at a largo premium. a homo beyond the home on earth to course for the reason that skiea. Tho remains were interred at la a grand-daughttheir allotment of tho seeds. of tho lato Judge All Froo. have uicd Or. Tboie New Olscov Maretsburg Wednesday. I handle the best grade of goods and lell at the lowest prices. Two boys, one oight and tho other Simuel Lusk, who was circuit judge for ery knowwho value and thoseKing'shave not, its who hae of ugp, rtte under arrest at Jack-aoa number of years here, as well ns nn now the opportunity to try it free. Call on the ad10 0- Joisamlno U the next county to unvertised druggist aud get a bottle treo. THE BL.UK-- r. ASS HERD OF Tenti., for horso stealing. able representative to tho Legislature your name to II, K. Iiucklentual Co., Chicago,Send dergo n prohibition election. & atfd trial bottle from Garrard. Tho groom is a rising get a as a copy ofof Dr. King's New Lite Tills as Old Pooplo. Guide to Health and Household will Tho camel is a bent of great strength and ento Instructor free. All of Old people who relnlro medicine true regulate young lawyer, who haa only hoen in our you good and cost you which is guaranteed to do durance. Nothing hurts it until the proverbial remedy nothiug at A. K, Penny's the bowels nd kidneys will find the midst for a few years past, but has al- drugstore. "last straw" is added to the burden. The human dot not In Electric Uitten. This medicine digestive system is very much like a camel. It Is R. H. u nor other PrOoPlllB. will 1 " !"r Ulna fnnlc whlskf alterative. intoxl-- ready built up a good practice in his Send your address to II. K. Iiucklen & Co., really astonishing how much abuse It than stand . no and an act usual Sometimes however, somethlnz worse bowcM.addinvT strength chosen profession, Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky. and made many the itomache and the stomach in eaten Dr. Klug's r27ilniF tone to tne orirans, thereby aidine na- .'- friends by his courtesy and afiability of Chicago, and get aAiree sample box of you of their will be bowels and will go through that's constipaNew Life I'llls. trial will conviuce to the and there stick the functions, hlec-!.thi performance ol appetiser and aids di- s of all human sickness is duo to These pills are easy In action and are tion. t!V... on e.eullent Pigs (or sale from tho best types of Register manner. He is a graduate of Centre merits. particularly effective in the cure of constipation ci nstlpation. Some of the simplest symptoms Lett on. OM people findit jult exactly what they and sick headache. For malaria and liver troub- are coated tongue and loul breath, dimness, Stock. Breeders secured Iiora tne boat herds la several different States, Correspondence Solicited per bottlo at W. B. McRobert.' Oullogo and also of the law school in les they have been proved Invaluadle, They are heart-burneed. Price 50c flatulence, sillowncss, distress after . drug store, , Louisville. Tho newly wedded pair left guaranteed to be perfectly fro from every delete- eating, hoadaches aud lassitude. A little thing substance and to be purely vegetable. They will cause constipation and a little thing will re rious For a pain la thechcit a pioca of lltnnel damp, at nnce on a visit of 10 days to the pardo not weaken by their action, but by (riving tone lieve It. Dr. 1'icrco s I'leasant rellets are a cerPain Halm and bound on , ened with Chamberlain1! .aA .nother on the bac . -greatly invigorate the tain cure for constipation. They are tiny, sugar ents of tho groom, Mr. and Mrs. D. M to tne stomacn anu ooweis per f system. Regular slie ajc box. Sold by W. coated granules, mild and natural in their action. between the shouldirs, will afford prompt relief. Williams, of Oampollaville, ... where.the palu Theie is nothing; injurious about them. Sold by where a re- II. Mcltobtrts, druggist. ThUU MPally valuab; ;io .. all druggists. 4 ception was tendered 'them. Tn the fitU cauaed oy a com auv stams, to covAddress with at cents in Two Llvou Savod. er cost ot mailing only. World's Dispensary Medting worda of George Elliott, wo can aay, Mrs. Phoebe Tnoruat, of Junction City, III., was W"oP,aieeUbyCrlg A Hockor, Stanford, Ky. ical Association, HutTalo, N Y., and get a free she had consumption "What greater thing ia there for two hu- told by her doctorsfor her, but two bottlesand that copy of the "People's Common Sense Medical of Dr. Adviser.'' there was no hope what Mr. Robert Howls, o man souls Not a low who read say than to feel that they are join- Kiog'a New Discovery completely curod her and ueiow, win ii""i-l.- h Vi.. has to hesaysit saved her life. Mr. Thos. Kggers, 139 Many merchants are aware that their custowperience under like circumstances ed for life, to strengthen each other in all Florida St.. San Francisco, suffered Irom a dread- - mers are their best iriends and take pleasure In VstwlntMlhadUsrippewhicbleft mo in a o' health. 1 tried nniaerous iMidm, labor, to rest on each othor in all sorrow ful cold, approaching consumption, tiled without supplying them with ths best goods obtainable. Kecaiviiitf His ow tut. result every thlaj else then bought ono bottle of to minister to each other in all pain, to Dr. Kidr's New Discovery and in two weeks was As an inslance we mention Perry & Cameron, prominent druggists of Flushing, Michigan. They It such re recommending : : : be one with each other in silent, un- cured,of lie Is naturally thankful. that isprove the say: "We havo no hesitation in our customers, n,ySo which tbeseare samples, sult Chamberlain's Congh Kctnedr to speakable memories at the moment of wonderful efficacy of this medicine in coughs and as it Is the best cough medicine we have ever colds. Free trial bottles at G. L. Penny, Kzor's sold, and always gives satisfaction.," Vor Mid. by Cral "SS Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. the last parting." iliug store. Kcguiarsue jocana ft. For tale by Craig & Hocker, Stanford, Ky. Hocktr, HUnlord K.y. w. j'l er 1 j Ml h o, W. H. WEAREN & CO. The Ckk Wbk; Emporium. n h great-grand-fath- er ch The 2Dth Century Boot Great Drives in Clothing. it well-wishe- rs. Look At This Overcoat for $.50. Better one for $4. ! A A mo gs 1 HUGHES & TATE. W. B. McROBERTS, Pharmacist and Bookseller. incl-dental- s, Has a Complete Stock of Pass Books, Day Books and Ledgers, from?-Harrods- burg vice-preside- nt, n, A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. jr Saski, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC. e, er ve8 n, :zrzzizzrrrzrrrrr; Bronaugh, Pror, U Duroc Jersey Red Swine 1 ,nBtBBiKKKKF2MJSCi. Nine-tenth- ti.G.RUPLEY,--- .... ontt-ce- nt mlitltMIl&ito Ii W&alondt tS K FALL AND WINTER GOODS. 1 fcA cU mi. ... wm )Ulu ff &MI-WEEKL- Y INTERIORJOUKKAL it h ii f f formally declared Senator Allison a canono is before it. & didate for president. Tho liabilities of Keen, Sutterle child fell into a tub A Co., the leathor dealing firm which failed Philadelphia, are expected to reach, of water at Evansville, Ind , and was in W. P. WALTON. if not exceed, $4,000,000, Four other drowned. Thore were only three inches of water In tho tub. leather houses have failed. Wk have but two faults of consequence n At Topoka, Kan , a babo was roasted For 1S96. J. C. W. Beckham is announcod as to find with Gov, Bradley's message. One stove, supposedly by a representative from Nel- en a red-hcandidate for is with the spirit of demagogy manifeet- son county to Biicceed tho late Isaac youug man who had a grudge againBt ed in wanting the waes of working men Wilson. Ho will probably bo tho only tho child's mother. Tho Maryland legislature has begun exempted to 375 a month and the other He is for freo democratic candidate. Attractive prices all over the house. General reductions in every balloting for a successor to United States department. is hia partisan motives in his remarks silver. We carry only first class goods throughout our estabagainst the eo called gerrymander of the The democratic caucus resolved to Senator Gibson. Both democrats and lishment and Legislative and judicial districts by the brine charges against Senators Jones, republicans are badly split. The man who asphyxiated his famdemocrats. The result of the passage of James Dingus and others holding incomtho one law would be to offer a further patible offices nnd accepting railroad ily and hlmaolf at Chicago was a fugitive n from justico, having swindled his credpasses. Tho work of retaliation has premium on dishonesty and of the other itors out of $40,000 in Denmark. to attempt to give tho ndvantage to the in earnest Albert Johnson was shot to death at Carroll's resolution to invite Dr. minority party. The election of Gov. Bradley to the office be holds has not Hunter to givo an expression of his Grand Rapids. Mich., by G. 8. Holmes views on tho llaancialis sues was voted because he put his cold hands down the made that pore and disinterested saint Im the Senate a resolution to pestpone Quoted below to be on reliable merchandise and not trash. down. Thewirydocis eaid to be for hitter's back. They were of him already as to have inveighed of Stato librarian freo Samuel Stone, of Kockville, O , "hot against tho apportionment had it been tbe date of election eilvor and the rads do not want him One lot of Dress Goods worth 20c, go now for I2j4c February 2 in tho dark to scare a hone out of his to expos9 himself. in favor of the republicans, who never from next Thursday to of the session, the hottest fight Blue and Black Serge, worth 35c, 25c for thir week. Mr. Richardson, of Barren, offered a yard and tho next morning wad surprisfail to gerrymander to their advantago was finally passed 21 to 10. Tho bill to consolidate tho offices of jailer and ed to find his fine milk cow shot to death. Ladies' Ribbed Vests worth 25c, goat 15c. when they have the power. A lawyer and declare that no elecsheriff, which he claims will save the suggests in the Louisville Times with democratic Senators It is telegraphed from Soldier, this Misses' and Ladies' Union Suits worth 75c, now sold for 49c. tion shall occur till after the election of State $120,000 a year; also a bill to abol- State, that Lewis Darwin and wife who reference to tho further exemption of Misses all wool hobc, woith 25c, now 14c. frpm Nelson and Mr. Wilson's successor ish the office of register of the land of- live near there, are 107 and 101 years old wages, that the governor shows an Houso began unseatLadies' all wool hose, 15c, worth double the money. is said that when the in fice; and one to provide a rate of inter- respectively. They were married with the statutes, which majority would 1S15. est on auditor's warrants. present law, he says, ing democrats, the Senate Fringe Towels, sold at 40c per pair, now 25c. inexcusable The retaliate againBt the republican side, intiTo decide a wager In Lexngton, Mr. King introduced a bill to so regexempts wages to the amount of $30 and mating that they would unseat as many ulate freight charges within the State as John Lnby ate Gt bananas to Garret says nothing about months or years, republicans. The only way to fight the to make it unlawful to charge moro for Welch's 01. About 25 minutcB were simply thafthe wages not to exceed $50 devil is with this kind of Are and it is to honlttK frfifht short disUnces than consumed in tho eating of the 125 baof all persons who work for wages shall be hoped that the democrats will bo able long distances within the State. Tho nanas. be exempt," Thus it will bo seen that to burn this one out from his intention penalty is fixed at a fine of not lees thn Tom Rom shot and fatally injured Gov. Bradley would raise the exemp- to ride rough shod over right and decon-c- $500 nor moro than $5,000. Frank Meade in Boyd county, and tions 1850 with one fell swoop and pracIn conformity with Gov. Bradloy'a wounded John Hlpgins, perhaps fatally tically give to every man who wants to is said to haye at last penetrated the recommendation billa have been intro- The row began over hats getting mixed It act the rascal the legal chance to do bo. better one for 75c, worth double the money. "t So far as we are concerned we should cranium of Senator Blackburn that he duced in the Sunate to abolish tho State at a party. 200 pairs of Ladies' Lace Shoes, worth $1.50, now go for 98c. In the Perry circuit court tho widow like to see every item of a man's income can not bo elected to succeed himsolf and board of equalization, and to do away demo- - with the office of registor of tho land of- of Judge Josiah Uoinbs has filed suit property exempt from debt, so that that the only thing left is for tho or peoplo who credit would do so entirely crata to trv to nrerent an election, and fice after the terms of the present incum- against Fulton French, charging him at their own risk. Entire exemption or judging by o decision in a case before bents shall have expired. Now let them with boing accessory to the murder of her husband, none would be preferable to the present the U. S. Senate this seems impossible. pass them. In that a majority only of the two bodies Mr. Carroll sprung a Bensation by -- Win. Oawell, of Watertown, N. Y., We arc headquarters for Ready Made or Tailor Made CLOTHING, state of affairs. of the Legislature was declared neces a resolution for tho removal of shot his mother to death and then killed . and for Prices we arc the LOWEST. .. The other day when the question of sary to elect a Senator, and as tho repub- .Mr. Hatclille, ol 1'iuo county, ioecauae ino i hi,n8ef. ne te,tH noto BayjK that ho the House licans will see to it that they have that, was at the time of hia election a govern- - C0Hj,i inviting ministers to open Rot no work Bml tfaat ho and his with prayer was up, Mr. Carroll asked the democrats will soon find that it is ment postmaster. It was declared out o mothor were starving. tho Rev. Fred Grider, of Casey, if he useless performance to kick against the order, but a committee was appointed to It la Bftd that pro( Garner. of mon- had not slighted tbe Catholic minister in pricks. investigate. It is likely that the republi-- . e.is soon to start a the invitation. "I have his note of acBaoTHKn-iN-LAschool for apes In Calcutta, whure the Scott fared better can will have to go. Catholic ceptance," said Grider. As tbe A bill declaring It unlawful to manA: URBANSKY & CO., Troprictois, enlightened men bers of raonke- jDuncan. The one than Brother-in-laminister had told him ho had not been was taken and tbe other left. Dr. W. F. ufacture, sell, loan, givo or transfer vol- More may learn to read. dom T; D. RANEY, Manager. invited, Mr. Carroll knew there was a At Indianapolis, Miss Ruth Gordon, Scott, of Somerset, has been appointed untarily or for a consideration, within lie out and proceeded to show by a letter superintendent of tho Lexington Luna- this Commonwealth, any cigarette or ci- a clerk Branch Stores. in a dry goods house, shot and from the priest that it was not uttered by tic Asylum, and thus ia another of the garettes made wholly or partially from slightly injursd Harry Pnrviance, a floor Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenccburg, Cynthiana, him. Then Mr. Grider had to crawfish family cared for. Dr. Scott is a physi tobacco, Is before the House. The penal-t- y walker, whom ahe charged with Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. and say that he had mistaken tbe ac- cian of good local repute and will doubtprovided for is a fine of not less than condnct toward her. ceptance of the Episcopal rector for tbe $100 nor more than $500. A G34 karat diamond, the finest ever less fill the position acceptably. priest, and promised to right matters by Gov. Bradley has appointed Dr. W. found in Africa, was discovered at Ja- m writing to the Catholic. Mr. Carroll Bjiainv and lovable old Dr. John D. F. Scott, of Pulaski. Buporintandent of garafontein in the Transvaal on the day BL. against Woods has bought the Warren County resolution t then offered a .MLMiL mi the Lexington asylum. Dr. Dan Ietch- after Christmas. When cut it is oxpect-e- d A., when Courier and will the principles of tho A. P. journalism to er was also appointed superintendent of that ii will be worth $t,NX),0G0. a sympathizer of the order retaliated by tbe delight of his friends of the quill, the Hookinsville asylum with John JafTCarr, a Logan county "bllnd-tl- offering an amendment that all the col- which includes all of them. Here's to Washington Postell, colored, a steward. ger" oparator, waa fined J 1,500 for violat ored preachers of Frankfort be included, you, doc, and may you never again won He also appointed Sam V. H. 6tout, of which was adopted, the democrats voting der from your old love, for whom you are Williamsburg, Whitley county, common- ing tha local option laws. The fine Is As wise a man religiously and as better fitted than for the other lasses you wealth's attorney to succeed O. W. Les enough to keep him in jail five years, and for there aro 27 charges still against him. smart a mantpolitically as Mr. Grider have been trying to spark. ter, made Stat? inspector and examiner. Georgetown's new hoUl, now under to know a priest from a rector, nnd ought Editor Richardson is for retrench- way, will be four stories, inclnding the Littlb Phil Thompson, Ollie James in the present state of feeling it will be in the matter of salar hard to convince anybody that he did and John Rhea, Blackburn's right bow- ment and reform a bill to reduce that bftsoment, and will contain GO rooms, be sides tho office, bar, sampleroom and ers, have reallzjd the futility of further ies and has offered not purposely slight the Catholic. efforts to "help Joe" and have folded of governor to $5,000, with no perquisites kitchen. It will bo called tho Welling- Dn. Hunter continues his sneaking their tents and like the Arabs etolen of office or expense allowance; secretary ton. tactics. The Covington Commonwealth quietly from Frankfort. It was a ead, of Statp, $2,500; assistant secretary of In a fight between Joe P. Dove and nays he sent two detectives to ascertain sad parting of kindod spirits, who have State, $1,500; Huditor, $3,000; assistant his eons near Jonesboro, Tenn., ono of by practicing deception how old is Rep- done almost miracles in wrecking democ- auditor, $1,800; adjutaut goneral, $2,000, Dove's daughters was killed, one Bon provided that the office of nesistant adju- morla'ly wounded, ono eon seriously resentative Pence, who, it is alleged, is racy. age. These meu tant general is Hereby abolished; attor- wounded and Dove himself, shot in (wo below the constitutional Hon. R. O. Warren is receiving much went one at a time to tbe senior Pence's encouragement in his ambition to be one ney general, $3,500; railroad commission- places. ers, $l,S0Oeach, with only actual expenhouse in his absence and representing of J. D. Jones, father of J. J. Jones the delegates to the National Demo ses; superintendent of public instruction, themselves asagentB of an English ilrm the Columbus Grove, O , forger, broodi d cratic Convention from this district. He $2,500; Inspector of mines, S1.S0O; State told the family that they were in search is the right kind of a man to go, being treasurer, $3,000; judges court of ap- over his sons misdoing until ho died. of Pences, who were heirs to a largo He took no uourlshmrnt for tl ree weela one of the truest of truo blue democrats peals, $1,000. awaiting distribution in England. before ho died, literelly starving himeelf I will conduct a Wholesale and Retail business this year with inand sound on every question. Thoy asked ajgreat many questions, into death. creased facilities nnd rcspcctfull ask a share of your patronage, with NEWSY NOTES. cluding the ages of the parenta and inciDavid IUrt.'ey, of Hartley, Jnhnron full assurance that for your time Wesley K. Oahdwkll, the man who spent in looking your compensation dentally of the children, but tbe answers put up his money to carry Mercer counA scoro of people were drowned in a & Co., distillers of Louisville, is paid to will be great. This move enables me to purchase goods low and furreceived wore not the ones they wanted, ty againBt Wat Hardin, baa received his whirlpool in Lake Ohapala, Mexico. have issued bogus warehouso receipts to nish my customers with goods for less money than any dealer in the for they were truthful and fully estab- reward in tho shape of the stewardship boy at Delphos, Ohio, the amount of $ 131,000. He left the city State. This is business. A Quick sales and small profits. lished the eligibility of Cecil Pence to a of the Lexington asylum. It is not a shot his old sistor through tho some wenks ago nnd is thought to have Houso. This doesn't matter, very big one, but then Mr. Card well is brain with a pistol. seat in tho gono to Vonezuola. however, as they will doubtless be on not capable of filling a larger position. Mrs. Joseph Hildebrand, of Marys-ville- , Taxes on the Gould estate in New hand to swear to anything that Hunter Kanpai, poisoned her eight chilYork were settled a few days ago. The Dealer in Furniture, Undertaking Goods, Ca'rpets and Wall Paper Dr. Goofrbv HuNThit declines most amount was $322,000. may wish. Verily such a man as the dren and then hung horaelf. Her mind doctor is a disgrace not only to the party emphatically to tell where he was bcrn "Pap" Ruff, who died atOwingsvIHe had become unbalanced by tho thought that nominated him, but he will briDg but the impression prevails that he is na- a few days ago, leaves a fortune of about of her extreme poverty. Seven of the tive of Ireland. Perhaps he is the Irdiscredit to the State. children are dead. $40,000 with no known relatives. ishman's flea. At any rate he resembles The Utah Legislature, which fa inGeorge Peters, of Ecton, O , hanged When Hon. Fontaine Fox Bobbitt was that insect in that when you put your and his feet were tensely republican, has nominated Frank himsolf in his hog pen the chronic can lidate for the Legislature fingor on him ho is not thore. J. Cannon, late the practical head of the eaten oil before the body was found. to draw shouts from thia county, ho used Seeding time is now right at hard, we have a large stock of Newmansville, Fla., a negro des- Mormon church, and Arthur Brown an At Senator Mills, of Texas, delivered his of condemnation from his knob auwas chased Into a deserted eccentric gonius, thin and Bharp featured, diences by discoursing upon the fearful carefully prepared speech on the finan- perado who with a tonguo that pours forth linguistic cabin, was burned to death by a posse. extravagance at Frankfort in the matter cial issues and made "a hass of hlsaelf" Nineteen men were drowned as tho vitriol, for U. S. Senators. of Ice water in winter. It finally proved by excoriating his betters, President Governor Levi P. Morton is tho only result of a collision between a Spanish a trump card and Gov. Bradley doubtless Cleveland and Secrotary Carlisle. man In history over 70jearsold who as. Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle and a German ship off the English coast. remembering that it did has given notice pired to be president of the United nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come nnd examine LAW MAKING AT FRANKFORT, to pass any bills for A. J. McNees, of Berry, this Stato, States. that he will refuse This fact accounts for rj remark our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting r, ice for tho public offices during the winMr. Hay, of Boyle, has offered an awoke to find that his aged in a republican newspaper that "with short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line with whom he woo Bleeping, wbb cold in Morton nominated for president ter time. This may be said to be ft very act to provido for free turnpikes. there of Buggies and Surreys. small matter, but it helps to run up exIt has been decided by tho republi death. will bo a unanimous scramble for the penses and is one ot tfto many useless cans to unseat Tompkins, of Owenaboro; Walker, commander-in-chie- f Col. I. N. vico presidential nomination." oneB. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. of tho G. A. R., Is a candidate for Kaufman, of Loxlngton and Pence, of Henry S. Tyler, mayor of Louisville-dietbe republican nomination for governor Biudlky has made the negro, Covington. Gov. Tuesday of appendicitis. Ho was a The first reception by the governor of Indiana. Perkins, whom he voted for or jailer of good business man and made u satisfacDuncan has Burrendored to Simrall tory official. His Garrard, over "Big Incun" Sam Rotb. in honor of tho genoral assembly will be successor will be tho keys of the mayor's office at Lexing- chosen by the present republican well, an old Federal soldier, janitor of the given on the ovoning of January 22. genor Bills were introduced in the Houeo ton, but will continue to fiht the mattor al council. Thore &eems to be a differexecutive building. Tho negro ought to decline tho position with indignation and at Frankfort to reduce the salaries of in tho courts. ence oJ opinion nmonir tho lawyers Hon. Robert A. Cochran, a former whether there will bo an demand that he bo made warden of tho circuit judgeB, judges of the court of apelection by the' member of tho legislature and tho people next November, or penitentiary. He'd mako as good a war- peals and nearly all State officials. Novomber den as jail6n The republicans tabled a resolution wealthiest citizen o( Mason county, died 1897. offered by Mr. Carroll inviting Dr. Hunt- at Majsville. Onio Samuel Thomas, the wealthiest citiIt didn't tako tho Foraker Legislature er to go before tho House and explain Mrs. Oora Stork has filed suit for diU. S. San. long to elect of Columbus, Iud., was run over ami. vorce from her hutibsnd, ThOH. JI. Stark, his views on tho currency question. zen ator to succeed Mr. Brico and thud add Senator Ogilvie, of McC'racken coun- killod by a train while saving his little the well known Louisville paper dealer. another to tho republican majority in ty, is at hia home a very ill man. Ho daughter's life. Tho plaintill alleges Infidelity nnd crtil-ty- . Collar Pads, Bridles, Check Lines, &c, &c. Call and see our tho Senate, after March, 1807. Old Buck will probably not ho able to nttond at Mr, Staric has froqueutly visited The schedule shows the failure of Fuzz has b?en n long' timottina there, Frankfort at auy time during this Combs, at Loxington to bo a bad Stanford. Leslie &&&but he's there at last, tbe more's the one. Hia liabilities are f 252,875 and pity. Bucklln'B Arnica Salvo gWEi&?&&fe.Bl" After acting, in a most vaoillatiug ts only f 113,071. ThitmtMlve in tho world for euU. Lru i Tho bond syndicate has been die- - oicj, uitcfi. saii rucura, icver (ores letter, elMirx Tub Marion Falcon comes to ua thia manner, Speaker Blauford ut last called They arc the Best. banji, chilblains, corns and all skin eruption week with blood stains all over it. Qan tho special election in Nelson for Fob. 1. solved, by a circular issued by Morgan t positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It l 10 civc IDOnev it Be that Bros. 8buck and Barry have J. B. Wells will ba tho republican candl-dat- & Co., who say the succeoa of tho popu-la- r Kurniccu PriCo 35 Dcricci ltlll2Ctlnn Arsale by refunded. cents per box. For W. Jl. McBoliirls.drujHlit. fighting over their profits already ? is assured. loan Rot to BrANFORD, Kr., Januahv 17, 1896 Miss Emma. Guy, of Bowling Green, was nominated by acclsmation for librarian by the democratic caucus, Mrs. Day, the encumbent, retiring from the contest, from a Bonse of loyalty to the par-talthough she could have had tho nomination. Tho reason for this eopm-in- g contradiction lies in tho fact that friends of Miss Guy had obtained the written pledge of both populists to vote for her if she was nominated, and as Mrs. Day could not present such assurance, she gracefully withdrew. Miss Guy will be elected, therefore, unless tbe republi cans unseat enough democrats to give Mrs. Shelton a majority, which thoy are likely to do. MtS3 Guy is said to be an energetic and business like little woman, and if the printed picture of her does hor justice, is quite handsome. Mrs Day has held tho office throe terms and proved a most capable and accommodating official; y, The Old Judge Distillery Company, The Legislature Beems determined j that pool rooms shall go. A bill making at Frankfort, has raado an assignment Tho Iowa congressional delegation it a heavy penalty to own and oporate two-year-ol- d Continuation of Our JANUARY REDUCTION SALE l nl ot bo-gu- GUARANTEE PRICES I room-mate- s. pro-cipita- ted y. Window Shades 15c, Lace Curtains 50e Pr. J5A REMEMBER I ne THE LOUISVILLE STORE, w ungrn-tlemanl- y red-ho- 1Ltftvjn re-ent- er f XI tJU) r it ,. We prefer the Cash, hut if you hav- n't that come in and give your note. All accounts MUST he taken off our I hooks. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Tinies Change, Firms Change, Prices Change. I tor-tu- no ' W. W. WITHERS, LOOK HERE I Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c., grand-fathe- d Er-Go- Plow Gear, Wagon Harness, Collars, is !l- "KAJ9irtrsi y7W!7U WUilJrir. eos-sio- n. as-8- 8 v - e. HIGGINS & McKINNET. j' -- ' .i...ll.i. i ''. UUi LjUU. UAH, . t.tv. ., mijtr urn ni.iUiiy. M&i." ii . u. .tin r " ii' mm T r h.m tnw ,.in;llfiii WiJ' """ HWWWH' W Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 17, 189C Takm yourrepairn to D.tnkp, tho Jew cler. Rang 8 at all prices. See them at W. II. Wearen & Oo.'a FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Pjnk OoiTAOKfor uale, Apply to W. P. Stanford, Kt., January Walton. 1st la lioroand yon are oarn- You can have no idoa liow cheap and eetly requested to comu in and Bottle. II. how roo verythlnj; In our jewolorv and 0.;tuploy. ailverwaroBtocit la. Call and bo conV. II. Shanks is having some decided vinced. Penny's DruR and Jewefry 8tor. Improvements inndo on tho interior oi PERSUrfAl POINTS. Ht tho lowist Lots of good grocuri UvinK prices at Fnrris it Ilardin'd. E. C. Walton, Business Manager Januauy his store-roo- If you want a cheap suit of clothes go Col. J. M, Hkakmiy is very ill with to Stianka'. You can get it thbro either heart trouble. ready-madMiss Bettie DiUoiiukIb Cook vialtiou in rolatlvefl e or tailor-mad- e. Crab Orchard. Mips Sallir la vieiilnR at Iluetonvllle. Mn. T. A. Hice, of Louisville, haB joined his wife here. Misb Mauy Woodiow, of tho West End, Is tho RtieHl of Mrn. Levi Myers. ' IUv.G.O. Smith and family have from n month's visit to Casey. vo taken Mh. and Mim. W. M Hc Melor'a confectionery. 'roomB over John Mb. K. 15. PnoTHEKor, merchant ana miller of Urodhead, wbb hero Wednesof Ashland, Is tho RneBt of her Bister, Mrs. J. F. Cum Miib. My friends will xrently oblige me if they will call and settle their accounts. I need tho money. M. F. Elkin. t F, A. Ayei:s, brick layer and m stone-cutte- r, oilers his services to tho public and guarantees his work. See ad. Mks. S. of Walton Foiioy, neo Twidwell, II. D. Oampjibli-- , mins. E'kton, sold titi r stock in tho First National Bank of Stanford to W. I. Walton at par for the new issue. . The Lincoln county teachers aro invited to attend the Boyle county association at Danville, Saturday, Jan. 18, 10 A' Knto Blain, Sunt. M. and 1 i. m. SiiKKiFr T. I). Nkwlanu has appointed MibsScbiiLabliy, rosy and prettier over, is on a abort visit to MiBS Hue J. M. Reynolds deputy sheritT to work than the Southern end of tho county, whilo WillioIIale. Mies Maky Laa Wooueo.v, n handeome f Mrs. youuK lady of Casey, is the gui-Bto- Deputy M. G. Reynold is in Texas. A. AV. Carpenter bought of Theo . Miss Emma Skiumorb, daughter o Powell eight yearling cattle at 3c. Daniel Skidmore, of Highland, enmo in Dr.J. B. Owaleyand P. p. Nunnol-le- y yesterday and swore out a writ for Cyrus have a car lorfd of ngod mules for Jenkins, charging him with boing the sale. father of her John Anderson Bold to B. F. Robinchild. Jenkins promised to marry her, but son, of Garrard, a bunch of fat hoga skipped before tho baby was bom. Ho at 3c. is now thought to be in this county, W. M. Matheny sold in Cincinnati a car load of extra good butcher stuff at Somk time ago, Mr. George W. Evans 3 05 to 3Jc, sold a tract of laud "supposed to contain Twenty four sons and daughters of o3acreB"nt f23 to Henry Glaus. When Gambetta Wilkes won $11,309 during tho it was surveyed it was found to be over past season. 05 acres and Clans refuse'd to take it as it E.D.Baxter, of Nicholas county, was more than ho wanted. Evana sued gathered 33 barrels of corn, the pro-duhim niid Judge Saufley held that the exofljucreaof ground. cess did not entitle to a rescission or reJ. G. Lynn sold to F. T. Logan, of lieve him from his obligation to pay the Boyle, 32 two-yeold cattle, 810 pounds, full price agreed, no fraud being practic- at $30, to bo delivered Feb. 1. . ed, Tho defendant tried to show that Chas Hanna, of Shelby county, Mr. Kvbdb had got another man in the bought about 30 mules in Owen county! same way, hut the court ruled that evi- from sucklings to at from dence out. The case was appealed and $J0 to 150. this week tho higher court affirmed the E P. AVoods shipped 21 of the sugar decision. Welch for appellant and Al- mules he sold to CaritherB, of Lexineton, corn and Paxton for appellee. to New Orleans yesterday. Mr. AVoods Lunatic A dispatch from Chatta- got $100 each for them. Dogs got into T. L. Carpenter's sheep nooga Bays that a young woman eiving Tuesday night and killed and mangled her namo as Panthea Eubanks was found This may lessen wandering about by the police and wub CD owes and lainba. taken up on a bharge of lunacy. She our Hustonville friend's love for doRB. Louis Walz bought of Frank Cordi-e- r stated that alio lived at Eubanks Station a bunch ol fat hogs at 3u and of Mtb. on the Cincinnati Southern, near Som erset; that her father died recently and Martha Pepplea a bunch of Bamo at left her somo money, which her brothers same price. Ho also bought of Robert were trying to get and that they had her Land a heifer at elght-tuonths-o- ld ar s, CLOSING -:-- :- 3 OUT , Our i -:-- :- J? ctJUL 2X0f5JK At Marvelously LOW : PRICES. Overeoats and Suits At i Ed Wilkinson. Mas Maky 1). Smith went to Lexington Tuesday to attnul tho Kolden wedding of her parents. Miw. W. K. Gnimrn, of Cynthiana, mother of Mrs. J. T. Sharrard, airlved Everybody owing me to and settle within the month of January. After that timo my collector will call on you. Dr. J. G. Carpenter. como dovo-coloroii Wastbii. -- s 1 . ' Lost. A overcoat, rod, yellow and black sleeve lining; M. Born A Co., Chicago,' maker?, between Crab yeaterday to make her a vleit. Mks. Mauy W. Uowjian and Mits Vir- Orchard and Stanford Saturday night. ginia Bowman came over from Danville L"Rve at thiaofllco. Howard. yeaterday to visit Mrs. Forcstus Held. I iiavb plnced. my accounts in the Elijah Mooiib. of Ca?ey, spent I). Wearen for collection Wilkin-Bon- , hands of Jcece with his Bister, Mrc. Kd and will expect all who owe mo to settlo college. on his way to Georgetown in tho next 30 days. I am determined Mn. and Miuj. AtnuiT Gallatih Tal-iio- to Blraighten up my business. Dr. J. F. Smith were np to see Mr. and Mre. Peyton. Geo. 0. Givena' pretty little daughter, A noon many people who will Bee Lucy Miller, who is quite 111. who represents their names In thir paper will not agreo Mr, II. C. Biiioht, with Byron that it is pleasant to see one's Scchler A Co of Cincinnati, eold 110,000 name in print. Sheriff T. D. Nowland worth ol buggita to ona man at edits several columns of personals on our Tenn. Henry's a hustler. fourth page this issue. Mm. FouafcTCB Kbiij and Miss JoseHender-BonvllThe horso found by Richard' Itobin-ao- n phine Hold laft WadneBday for N. 0., wharo thoy ao to visit Dr. a week or bo ago belonged to Mr. W. and Mrs. Wyatt I. Letcher. Miss Jose- II. Parsons and not to William Magrann, phine haa been autruring with a throat ao Mr. Robinson informed us. Mr. Matrouble and will bo treated by Dr. Letch- grann has not beard of his and be fears now that it was stolen. er. Mas. II. M. Johnson, who paid for tho One of our patrons, a postmaster at IwTiRion Joubkal, Monday, said that been a subscriber that, registered $2 worth of stamps to os her late husband had years the other day and another sent a check ever aince tho paper started Mr. I. 8. Tevls haa also been a sub in & registered letter. As it costs 10c to aoo. Bcrlber all that time and both havo In- register a letter, it will be seen that our friends are unnecessarily out a dime a variably paid in advance. haB just been piece. Mb. Hkatom Owsly ' 9 olected president of tho WaubanBee Lucy Miller, the sweet little diughter Club, a prominent democratic organize of Mr. and Mrs. Given?, is resting easy tlou of Chicago. HIb second wlfo is a after an operation for peretonetir; and Harri-BodauRhtcrof thelale Mayor Carter i clom-lrelated to hopes are entertained for her recovery. of Chicago. Ho Sue has suffered intensely. The operatheOwslevBof this section. tion was performed by Drs. Peyton, Car8ili n letter enclosing subscription to penter and Black. tho "Indispensable I.ntkhior Journal," 1 Taubman Mns. William Skvkhanck hue receivas BhoclIa It, Mih. George people in ed as n kWi from her father, Col. J. A. Bsya, "Wo nro the happiest America." All her friumln will be glad 1'irkett, of Shelby, an old fsBhioned corto bear thin, for no woman on earth bet- ner c'ock which hns been in the family ter deserves to bo happy tbnn Mn. An- for years. It ia eight feet tall, hss wooden works nud is a very handeome one of nie Greene Taiibmaii. Mna. Maky Ksolkman and Mr. Eph tho kind. Engleman and family returned from HrsTOSviLLK and Crab Orchard failed Glendale, Arizona, i few days ago. It to elect trustees last November and on didn't take them long to cumo to the petition, Jude Davison has appointod conclusion thsl Kentucky is tho best ol friends the board (or tho former as follows: all StateB and their relatives and John AV Iteid, J. S. Goode, L. C. Carpenme glad to havo them back. They were ter, J F. Steele and J. P. Goodo. For gone just three weeks. Crab Orchard, Morris J. Harris, Isaac Herrin, J. T. Holdam, W. A. Beazleyand CITY AND ViniHlTY. Lewis Bell. All of both boards ure demKB fitted by Danks. ocrats, with possibly one exception. . silver and plated waro at Danks. Soliii Junction City bus instituted suits againBt the L. fcN, and 0. S. in the name The weather continues, pleasant, with of tho Commonwealth to force those corpromised for fair, colder porations to pay $2,000 levied for the t graded school there. Tho railroads reStanHouse and 25 acres of land in fused to pay tho taxes, because, as they ford for rent. Apply to II. Holm, agt. alleged, the language of tho net providOu books aro closed and nil nccounts ing for the school failed to comprehend HugheaA corporation holdings when it is said that muBt bo paid immediately. tho property of all "white persons" in Tato. . exchanged for all tho district he assessed. Coal Bold for cash or Baugh-rua- n kinds of grain and feed. 'J. II. Those of our citizens who own stock in eovei-aldayB confined in the Somerset jail, from which she Imd just escaped and was on her way to h half Bister in Texas. She had no was poorly clad and nearly mone Btarv', having eaten nothing for two days This is evidently the Bamo woman who was tried for lunacy here last weok and discharged. Her maiden name was Kubanks, but she married a Singleton. . 9 m tt Mur-preesbor- o, Tuesday Charnegro boy, found an old gun belonging to George Craig and thought he would havo fun scaring children. He didn't know it was loaded, ho testified, but when ho found a cap and pointed it at Samantha, daughter of Taylor the Lackey, it went off and buried Kb load in the child's eye and possibly wont to the brain. Tho sight is entirely gone and Dr. Bailey can not tell yet whether she will live or not. The boy waa arrest ed for malicioua shooting and tried before Judge Carson, who dismissed that charge and held him under the iaw pro hiblting the pointing oi n weapon at a person. He cried bitterly at the examination and protested that he did not intend to hurt tho girl. ley Bob Woods, a fivo-year-o- ld Shot Her Eye Out. The export trade from Chicago suffered a marked decline in 1S95. The government inspectors tagged 158,301 cattle, while in 1894 they tagged 250,905 and the year before 101,8CS. Mr. O. T. Raymond, of Alaska, ia in Lexington to purchaeo horses to take back with him. He wears a sealskin ulster which, according to Lexington valuation is worth $1,500. O. T. Layton, the boss tobacco raiser of Garrard county, sold in Louisville Tuesday four hogsheads of tobacco at 10 75; $11.50, IS 50 and 50 00. These were tho best prices that day. isear Versailles, a tramp's pipe set fire to Frank Bohannon's tobacco warehouse and it was entirely consumed with 40,000 pounds of tobacco. Loss Insurance on building $1,000, none $5,-00- 2. 20PerCent. DISCOUNT, UndefW, Ete, Proportionately Low. Call Early and Get Bargains. fn ITfJilfrlfPel E!U itatfiHI Ml HiHl 0; on tobacco- - 2-- 1 ' The 11th annual meeting of the National Editorial Association will assemble in St. AugUBtine, Fla., on the 21st inst, Bays the Hopkinsville Kentuckian. Kentucky will be represented by Mesars W. P. Walton, L. W. Gaines, G. R. H. A. Sommera 'and Oharlea M. Meacham, delegates, and Pat McDonald, u, executive committeeman. Messrs. Somraers, Meacham and McDonald Held Over. Isaac Hubbard, of the Mllledgevillo vicinity, wss tried before will bo accompanied by their wives. Judge Davison Wednesday on a writ aworn out by Richard IT. Logan, chargNKW ADYIKTISZMKNTS. ing him with maliciously Bhootlng at him with intent to kill, and was held over till 3 circuit court in f 100. Hubbard stated on the witness stand that ho got so mad he & hardly knew what he was doing and his his temper got the best of admission that Kontucky. him went to prove that ho was very probably in fault. Mr. Hubbard's eon, Guirantets work In every particuJohn, bad beon working for Mr. Logan lar. Prices reasonable, lias bad 13 years' experience. 91 3m and when the boy called on him for his money. Mr. L. told him that his wife J. V. COOK, J. W McGlNNIS. would give him a check, which sho did. In charge paint ihop. In charge trimming shop. Finding that tho check given was for THOMAS Y. more than he thought due (Hubbard ho following day went to his house on the DANVILLU, KY., to correct it. The boy was asleep but Builder and Dealer in All Kinds his father representing him refuted to of Carriages. let Mr. Loenn chamie tho check; a few Repairing a Specialty. Work ilsne and warrantwords followed, regarding which the gen e.1 to givp siitiifaction. All work dune when All accounts due when tlemen differed, when Hubbard ran for I iroiuitcd Your patronage solicited. work is de itcred. 90 fired at Logan. Mr. his Winchester and CALL OX, Locan Bwore that ho was leaving the house with his back to Hubb.ml when ho was shot at and his father corroborated it, but Mr. Hubbard insisted that L's STANFORD, KY., hands wero in his pocket and that he Pocket Key Checks by Mail for only is Cents. was trying, ho thought, to drow n pistol. For HapK?Kt: and Key Checks, Metal Checks or all kinds, Madges, Dot; License Checks, Key Fortunately for Mr. Logan tho ball wont Kings, Chntns, Ac. Stamping on Metal and repairing. Shop over M. 1). Elmoih's store, wide of its mark. S6 Stanford, Ky. Rob-se- r, AVal-to- I irmiw fv.JAA--l 1 :t 'H J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville, Ky. -- We are not going to- - a,. AxEHS, Kim-CUs- Bricklayer s Stonecutter Stanford, HIT THE CASH SYSTEM, 1 As long as the people appreciate the many advantages it affords, and' we can oiler advantages which the old way will not admit of. SHAW, COME The many reductions in all to-da- E - 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 F. G. BRADY, SEVERANCE & SON. Dry Goods, Carpets and Shoes, First National Bank, under Odd Fellows' Hall. CTCTOWIWHimlli IHIIIWIM cen-pr- al m DEATH'S D01HCS. i ... r & Co. - Kverbody to call and settlo monoy. Mrs. hla account. I need tho Kato Duddorar. , account is due and must bo paid ' Yoon W. tho money. Call and settle. I need Wanted. B. McBcbertfl. v.r.x,tT equal to It. ulna & McKinnoy. runue Htill leads, nothing Ask your uoighbor. Hlg- - you Youu account is now ready and and settlo. M. will please como forward 8 & J. W. Baugbman. BorTof E. T. Peiico, hnd ALKnunrKNCE, off in a corn one of bis fingers ground tho First National fBankJi of Florence, Ala,, aro beeinuing to realize that they had almost aa3well havo burned their money as to havo invested it thero. For the half dozenth timeja statement comes showing that the earnings aro oaten up as follows: Current expenses, $1,133 CO, taxes $ 1,003.0!), rent $300, salaries $1,603.-78- , bad debts charged oil" $5,391.01. Tho monotouousness of.this kind of thing will doubtless bo changed after awhilo into an order for an assessment. crusher tho other day. ting, three act musical with us early In February. a aide split"A AVau Gocse Ohase," comedy will bo 1 I-- U. KiiuiY, of tho K. O., soya Oavt. In 05 bogaheads of that his tram brought 42 of which wero loa tobacco Tuesday, ed at IlyattflV.Ue. AV. OinTmiiOK. Susie, tho daughter of; Hugh Balloy, colored, found n dynamite cartridge house Tuesday and not knowing what it was proceeded to investigate i' with n rock. TLo explosion that followed blow off three fingers and gave hor a Bovero Bhock bi sides. Ed Uuster nays that Jim Coffey, a .notorious chicken thief who loftjhere between tnoanns, hid Gabrgo F.' Anderson's tine' eaddlo tho cartridge there several years ago, he and Ooffoy hayiug ueod a number for stallion, King Chester, will be sold at blowing up rock and this one who left Rue & Faulconor'u sale at Danville next month. over. e Placed witu a Thomas AV. AVhbu, who was county and circuit clerk of CaBey for many years, died Monday at an advanced ag. He was a very popular man aud was always invincible when he offered for office. Janio AVash Institute nt Middle-bur- g was named for his wlfo and ho was expected to leave most of hia eetato to it. Mrs. L. M. Honk, of MaretBburr, upon whom the operation was performed Monday nt The Joseph Price Hospital for cancer ol tho womb, died Tuesday night. Sho regained consciousness after the operation, but never recovered from tho shock. Tho cancer had been gnawing its way for a year and tho doctors told hor that thero waahardly one cbanco in im for hor. but she decided to tnko that and after making all earthly preparation and assuring her husband and frienda that all was wollbetweon her and her Maker she submitted to the opera tion. Mrs. Uouk was a devoted member of tho Christian church and hor faith was simply marvelous. She leaves seven children, tho youngest tbreo years of ago, and a hupband, who is crushed with the ivoigbtof his affliction, and the groatest sympathy is folt for him. The remains wero taken home AVedneEday, when many ladles and gentlemen followed them to tho depot. Portland. San Francisco. ..To the.. Yia The RSBKOir AX CrfiCAto" I I recently vacated by Severance & We have moved to the Store-rooSon and you are cordially invited to efiucHFViur. vwAnAsT ftuS Only Dining Car Route From COME AND SEE US. H. J. McEOBERTS. Elegant Pullman Veitlbuled Stoppers ol Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address E. H. BACON THANK J. REID. G. P. Arcm, D. P. A.. Louisville Chicago le sure to call for Mouon Route. TO CHXC.&&O. Our lines of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods arc Complete in every particular. For Overcoats, Mclntoshes, Gloves Rubber Goods we are headquarters. . Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanforvl, Ky. Denver. St. Paul. Sclenllfio American Agency iur KUgDEli TAK3NC -- ! flKHf j&7nrLid09mk CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. DESIQN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, etc. SIUJ.N d CO., UnoADWAY. New Vonit. Olilest bureau for sociirlcur patenU In America. Kvery patent taken out liy uh Is brought bcrora Tor Information anil rreo Handbook wrlto to vvfjr mp ?'.?. . J ) world. Splendidly Illustrated. No luullltmnt man should bo without It. Weekly. $:i.OOn yearteiJOsUmonthii. Address, UUX.V & CO,, Vvbusiiees, 3V1 llruodwoy, Isow York, City. kivtif.mi armwActho paper Largest circulation of any . tho public by a, notlco Blvn rreo ufchorso In U10 ... !l Practical Trimmer, Bmbalmer And Funeral Director. MXillT. ;o , 1JY- I selentlflo In Also carry a nice line oi Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Uuggy. Robes, &c. ,, feKaW - Horse Blankets, Whips, Room opposite '. Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. fWd . SvKfl-- -- .l mpwiwuffj iiijiiiHln I' 1 fj A Semi-Weekly Interior Journil AT .AJDV-rfViTCa- Published Every Tuoaday and Friday S3 PER YKiUliy sWWhennotsopatd 32.5Q wilt be charged.- - SHERIFFS SALE For State and County I i K. D. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Stanford at 7:15, a. in., eturnltig at 4:30 p. m. L.&'N. Wo. LOCAL TIME CARD. 11 tt, Train coine North., ........... " " Mo, to., " South No. fJi .. " " No, 3, QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains past Junction City as follows: Ho. 1 South ......it 37 a m No a North ' ...... 1.00 a ra " 4 " 3 M 11 04 3151m pm t i;p m isp in TAXE ON"- - Loach, Win. 20 ncros, unlnnco Long, James lOncrcs Martin , W. 0. 02 acre McMullen, Q. II. 100 ncros, bal McWillinms Mnry 1 ncro Miller, L. K. (N. 11 ) CO ncrcs Mulllns, Sam 87noros, 'OOnnd'05.. Onks, Marlhn 50 ncros Onkt,W. M. 10 acres Tailgett, Znck,Jr. 20 acres Same for '91 1 55 2 25 2 30 2 00 1 00 2 70 4 05 75 1 95 2 10 4 75 1 95 1 0Q JUST THINK8 No duns aid plenty of II ' I , Money In Your Pocket. Do a Cash business with us this year and realize the the truth of the above statement. Prescriptions." A complete line of Drug- Special attention given to gist's Sundries always on hand. Pmlgctt, Delilah PiulKott, W. .1. 123 urn 10 ncros, bslattcc. bdr m lVtloy, Anne loOnon Petrey heirs, 100 acros.. Prowltt. Samuol 32 acres Same for '91, balance Recnrd.B J. 63 acres Rowland, Alfred 4 acres Routen, Henderson ISncte ,S:mnj, Thomas lOSncros Simms, W. F. 47 acros Simms, John I). 50acros Same for '01 Simtni, Henloy 26 ncros 1 TB 1 1 1 35 95 S5 CRAIG A. S. PRICK, Surgeon DentiBt, & HOOKER, Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. I and 10 run Note. Not. 5 and 6 ami 9 on Sunday. no than Junction City, nor o 5 " " ....t.oa m 8 ao D m " o ...3.56 P 40 pm ...o 00 fur-he- 10 " .3-i- s r jlonday, Feb. 10, e door In hours of 9 a M.nmUr.M at Iho to county, Ky ,1 will oxposo to tho highest bidder for cash in Imnd Stanford, Lincoln property, or so nuicii pay the State nml County Tax for 1895 the follwlnB described thereof as may be necessary to pay said Taxes, with all costs and intorost. from the above This list will be published for four weeks and names will disappear Itemlltnncos by mail promptly receipted list as soon as paid. Cost of advertising $2. 2 65 1 72 I 90 3 04 2 62 1 0 1 7C 1 w. s. btjkch:, Attornoy at Law, 90 56 Stanford, Kv. Office OTer McRobetts' 1890, between tho Oourt-IIous- tbef Co. Skiduiore.JamosS. 62acros 2 S7 1 Drug Store in the Owilcj Building. 27 Stanford, Office on Kentucky. House Lancaiter btre.l, opposite the Court Collections tci.eive especial attention. S3 Skidmorc, Duniol 5 ncros Smith, O. A. 60 acres Traulor. Mitchell 200 ncros, '91 Taylor, J. T. 70 acros Threlkoll, W. M. 50 acros Yaught, H F. 17 acres.. 2 10 3 00 FOK B,E1TT. DE, W. B; PEirore. T. D. NEWLAND, Sheriff Lincoln "ma POWDER Absolutely Pure.t A cream 106 Wall Street, Now York. J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, Government Hall, Jeff 13 acres BOYALtBAKING POWDER CO., Hughes, James lot in Rowland 1 of tarter baking pow- Oarmley, John lot 2 acres, balance 45 der. Highest of all in leavening Ends, Thomas, lot in Kowlnnd ....... 3 Freytag, Alex strength. Latest United States Flowers, John W. 32 acres 20 Food Report. 4. Charles 50 acres STANFORD No. 1, WHITE. Griffin, Win., 150 acros Griffin, Griffin, Frank, 25 acres f 1 15 Haggard, Pollard A. CO acros. Adnms. Mrs. Nancy 13ncres 2 29 balance Boone, James 00 acres, Same for92and93 D. V. houso and lot In Christopher, Haggard, Bud 50 acros 3 2 in McKlnney Ilniuin. Johnson D. 200 acres Walls, L M. 4 acros Williams, G.T. agt L. Bastin.llOa Wilcher, Wesley 43 acres. B. 24 acres 1 75 Woods, J. .. 2 00 Young, Andrew HOacres.. .. Young, Sarah J. 34 acres... 1 05 . Young, E 20acros,bal IK) 1 2 S7 The Kodemrr place at Rowland containing 104 Actios. Good two'Stury frame dwelling and netes 2 70 sary outbuildings, rotsetsiofl rivn given at J,S. OWSLEY, J II., Agent. 10 once. Stanford, Ky, 84 4t 85 i 1 b4 3 75 SPUING AND SUMMKK. Dentist, Office on Main : Stanford, : Ky. Poat-Olfi- Something to Beautify ,tho Ladies. Stiett, Oppcxite the 50 55 WAYNESBURG, No. 3, Jones, Harrion Shanks, Xathan 131 acros. 2 acros.... - 1 SO 90 85 15 50 G5 2 12 icfi BARKER HOUSE, Somerset, - - Kentucky. Largo Rates TWO DOLLARS Por Dav. and Commodious Sample Rooms. Electric Belli. Halls and office connected hy 4; Prompt and polite service to guests. M. S. BAOGHMAN. Remodeled and refurnlihoU throughout. .Totnp1iiirs. 91 acres George lot in Rowland Moore, Martin. Thomas 04 acres O'Kecfe, Mike (X. R ) lot in Rowland Pence, Elisha lot in Rowland Skidmorc, Green 14 acres, bal Wright.Jos.S. 50acros Keisling, Charles lotinKowland.... 2 15 70 4 30 3 70 80 4 90 1 20 13 45 J. W. ItACCHMAN, STANFORD NO. 1, COLORED. M.S.&J.W.Baugiiman, PKOmtXTORS LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford,- - - Kentucky. - If you need livery give us a call. Nothing oat turnouts will leave our stable. See us Car rates. In our first-class BLACKSMITH SHOP. work Will guaranty dicos Tty our hone shoer. first-clas- s and satisfactor A. O. Lanhaoi Join D. CasUeman. ROYAL insurance Company W LIVERPOOL. mEBEE &0ASTLEMAJS MANAGERS, Commerce W-!-A. Building, Louiavillc, Agents throughout the South TBIBBLE, Looal Agent, STANFORD. KY. ,1K VOU AREGOING...... OR wisst, HOHTK THEhhk Louibvillc 4 Nashville Is the line Tor R. R. you, as Its Doable Daily Trains Make('dote connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. saROUGH TICKETS SOLD. THROUGH BAGGAGE CHECKED For any information enquire of JOES. RICK. Agent, Ky Stanford, Rallingcr, Hannah house and lot in 1 20 Stanford 80 Ball, Edith 1 acre 2 15 17 acres Beazlcy, John 1 50 Blain, Anderson 1 acre 1 00 Boone, Wash town lot 2 55 .Briggs, Wm.,town lot 1 55 Butcher. Matilda town lot 3 30 Buckner, Scott town lot Anderson town lot, balance... 4 25 Carr, 2 15 Caldwell, Wm. town lot 1 0- 2 55 Butcher, Amanda 4 acres Christopher, Albert 1 aero 1 70 1 55 Fish, Mose town lot 150 Cooper, Josh 2 acres 1 55 3 Humber, Sam'l 2 acros lot Cook.Wm. town 2 50 - 1 C5 Lackey, Ligc 27 acres Crow, Henry 8acrcs 1 25 1 90 Lackey, 15on(X R.oacros) Craig, Flem lncro 1 55 1 55 Pettus, James 2 acres Qivens', Anthony heirs town lot ... 1 70 1 95 Sutton, Wm-- acres Givens', Top heirs town lot 1 05 , 1 70 Tucker, John 4 acros Grigsby.Jim S acres 2 35 1 55 Yandivcer, Gcorgo 3 acres 4 acres, balance Hail, Silas 1 55 lTunefnrflV nbirlc heirs townlot... 3 10 Whitley, Mary town lot 5200 85 2 Hansford, Robert town lot 2 55 Hayden, Timothy 1 acre WAYNESBURG.NO. 3. WHITE. 4 20 Same for '94 1 75 Hays, Wm. lot 3 05 3 75 Austin, E.B. COacros.... balance Samefor'94, 7 35 2 55 Same for '93 and '94... Hays, Bony 10 acres G 35 2 85 Baugli, Alfred 50 acres.. t Helm, Green lot 3 05 2 55 30 acros Same, Helm, Harrison 70 acres 2 10 1 00 Bauuh.John 130 acros. Hill.Wyntt lacfo 4 20 1 90 Baker, Mart '92, '93, '91 0 acros 2 acres Howard, Thomas 3 85 Bryant, M O. 24 acros... Kincaid, Ellen 41acrus 2 85 Bryant, John A. 25 acres Lickoy, Tom 5 acres 3 30 Bunch, Lotchor 51 acros . Lickey, Win. town lot.. 1 90 Carrier, O. R 45 acres.. Logau, Daniel lacre 2 50 Childers, James L 10 acre Logan, Samuel lot :. 3 2 35 Same for '92 and '9 Samefor'94 , 55 John tX. R ) OOaeras Logan, Mary 17 acres 2 85 Coon, A. E , agt. John Coon, 55 aow Samefor'94 1 30 55 Same, 12 aero, balance Lynn, Timothy (N. It.) 1 acre. . . 1 70 3 30 Fay, Mary 50 acros, t lot McAlistcr, Joseph town 3 05 1 05 Flinchpaugh.J F 100 acros McMullen, Logan 2 acres 7 05 2 15 Fox, O. A ISO acros i McMullen, Wils 5 acres 2 05 15 Gooch, X II GOacros .. 2 Montgomery, John lacre 1 SO 2 34 GrifTeth. Jamos 'SO acres P.Uternon, Anno lot 1 20 1 SO Griffin, Artimacy 50 acres Raid, Aqullla 0 acres 1 Claut-cen- 4, WHITE. Unnnl.MnrvA. '92 '93. 9 1. '95... Jasper, John 57 acros Blegant line Linens and Kmbroidcry Materia, Kasperite, Henry 107 acros 1 00 M1SSMCCIK IlKAZLKY, Krugor.Fred N.R) 2 acres 1 75 SUoftd, Ky Leon, Albert 70 acres 2 00 Mamie, Louis 70 acres 2 60 OUR Hl'STLI.VG INSURANCE MAN, Minks. Win. 177 acros 1ULEY 4 60 Oaks', Jormitnaholrs 10S acros I 76 F. U. R1I.EY, Proprlotor, Same for '93 and '94, 10S acros 1 55 Old Who represents London. - - - Kontucky. al Life Insurancethe Co , Reliable Michigan MutuParker, George W. 7 acros of Detroit Mich., can Collier, James (X. R.)lot in Mil- 2 00 write you all the iflMl faverabte plans ol Inirur 90 acros Playforth. Hotiry 1 10 am better ance. He ano rcpreienlt the old reliable Central 1 have moved to my new Hotel and '. loJgevillc IS SO Ky , and will prepared than ever to comraod.to the public Tubacco Warehuum of Ragan, V. II. X R ) SO acres Douglas, Pnm,McKiiinoy,8 acros.... 1 75 Good Livery attached and every convenience ce be glad to have a liberal shore of your patronage. Rowland's, Alfred heirs SOO acros Will be neady lu chIm ail the lavora lht can be 2 70 tiMd. Olv.tae.calU 100 acros a given by any warshotise Liberal cash 48 50 Floyd, Mrs J. from 'SO to '91 1 80 madon i9niignmenli, bh in the wart Dave, MorolRiul,65acrw SO Haley, will be at Manford every home and country Shafer, Amanda 5 aero 30 Haines, II. A. lot 500 court day railiea waniiti)r ntKanradi, puses or Singleton. Ezra (X. R.) 12S aorot.... 2 00 Houston, Tolio 15 acros money should addrris tne at rami uick. Ky. 10 2 60 im Premptaltcntloa guaraniecd 2 10 Stuart, Alt P. 5acios 2 30 Jones. Mrs. Rebecca (X. It ) lot 3 CO Or Saniuol 114 acros Sweeney, 2 05 DON'T IOROEVTI1AT 12 aoros 7 00 Lee.Whitt Turner, John 245 acros 5 15 II. lotSOO 8 00 Miuks.J On piki two milei Kait ot Iluitonvillc. Con THE Warc.O.G. 97 acros FAVORITE HILLS, 2 81 M tinier, Ed lotinMoreland tains 1 55 Watson. Cyrus 20acros Peacock's, G.F hoirs lot in Hu- AT McKINNKV, KY., SO X40 Y.oung. Willis (X. R ) GCaoros Have Juit been overhauled and repaired from hot 5 65 tonville tout to top by the famous Richmond City Mil) Well Improved and In an eicrlUot ntighberbood 2 10 Land lies well Will exchange foi a smaller or a Works, of Kichtnond, tud , and with capacity Sonrgonl. LIgo 3acros any good county in the now Increased, are doing more and better work No. 2. Colored. Waggoner, Tom &0neros CRAB ORCHARD 1 5 cheaper place in this or the befurr, giucvilei buteor would take a clean Mock oflive town,and than evr aa head and with you old reliable D, V, 1 or KenncHly some rattler, are sure Samcfor'92, TOand'OI. Hampton, J. F. 75acros Hilton, T. J., 24 acres Hildebrandt, 11.39 ncros 10 3 05 I 1 Dally oponining New Hats, flowers and laceal We gW the assurance to the trade that thty wil find in our ritablUhmcnt the aame eaclutlvcn.il 1 30 n style of patterns, hats and txnnrts and all the n leaning novelties in aiimucry 101 wnicn w knowti throughout the country. I haveaecurrd a trlmrarr for the tea Thanking lavors, Colored. son. solicit your you lor pailheretofore we rraptci-fullsililcially patronage M D DUDDKKAK bestewed. DDDDKKAK, Manager. KATi. 2 87 1 54 1 20 firsi-cla- ia G. B. , COOPER, of,.,... bui-me- ss ...... ...Proprietor! JLivery and Feed Stable, STANKOKD, KY. TURNOUTS Having bought of P W Oreen hia Livery and added new buggies and hursts, we art prepared to furnish FIRST-CLAS- S &j 55 1 90 HUSTONVILLE, No. 2 05 2 15 2 35 Alfonl, James. 15 acios 2 S5 Austin, Sid town lot Bailey, D.iu'lC aoros 1 95 4 35 Burnett, Enoch 21 acres Carter, Charles P. 27 aeros 1 55 3 60 Gwrtcr, Bird 30 acres 2 75 Carter, Georg 10 acros TO THE IiAIDIES 1 New goods ol the latet styles Juit received Call In and tee the largist and best aliened line ever brought to Manford. 1'ricci aa low si the On short notice The traveling public will dad ui always resdy and willing to lurntth Drum s mm' W srooi. cither sing), or double, or Carri-ageof ail kinds at very LOW PRICES. The bey s In and around town will also find us the people to deal with. Slop with ui when in town at courts and entertainments and your herse and vehicle will be well car.d for O.ll. COOPKR Myers Houie Stable, Htaaford, Ky 8; THE HOUSE M. W. JOSITSOIT, ( advance-ment- 1 Splendid Farm For Sale Exchange Acres of Fine I.nud, Walls, Dick S acros HUSTONVILLE, No. 4. AlconiiG W. lncro Anderson, Green town lot Anderson, Isaac 7 acros Bailey, Goorgo lot Bahlock, Adam lot Bright, John (X It )3 acros Brown. Joseph 5acros Brown, Hawk lot Brown, Tinsley lot 65 hardwarrt to part payment lu of good will icll fur part caih. balance in (He years' time Klour arid fair treatment. He tuie and bring us longer . If deilrpd. tor further particular! call your grinding and whin buying call ler our old or s' K. D. KKNNKliV. and wjll esunlubed brsnds. Favorite Patent, on or auaresa, Hustonvllle, Ky. 8 j ira Favorite and Uakcrt'Choice. HATES A SON, Colored. Succcsi r to K. L. Tannirfc FavoritoMilling Co. La-die- STANFORD : 1 90 2 10 1 65 2 40 1 FEMALE COLLEGE. Faraers Rank&Trnst Or STANFORD, KY., Is now fully crgaoited and ready lor Co STANFORD. KV. Burton, James II. lot Caldwell, Eph 0 acros Carpenter, George 50 aoios Carter, Jake lot Caps. Marion 1 aure Cloyd.John Jr. lacre Cloyd, Edith lOuertw Cloyd, Joe 1 aero '. ! - ! butlacii vritfe WILLIAM SllELTON, President. 90 80 MRS. NANNIE S. HAUTLKY, Lady Principal. Paid up Capital of $200,000. 3 05 Min Kmraa L. Martin, Peiidins Teacher in the Surplus, . 0,000. Study Hall; 2 10 Mary Cowen, Princips! ol the Music Pe. SUCCKSSOH toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL, Miis paruuent; BANK OF STANFORD, Miis Mary P. Harris. Principal of the Depart Now closing up) with Ihe same aisslsand nadet the tame management. menu ot Art and hlocuticn. Oy provuioni of its chaiter, depositors are a. dcposilora Next Session wilUBegin Wednes- fully protected as aie being held in Natiooal Hacks, its shareholders individually liaole to the extent of the amount of their slock day, January 22. therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the amount invested in auch shsres. It may e;i sa For terms, Re.ienl for Circular or call at the executor, administrator, trustoe, Ac, as fully as CoIleRO Cobb, Julia 0 aorue Gieiu, Adam 7aors Givens, Dve 22 aero Givons, Allen Oacre Given. John town lot Gooch. Henrj 12 cr Harrison, Lyons lor --- acre Jones, Gabo 2 acre Jones, Kit lot in MoKinney, Januan, But 1 -- Roe, Bettie 10 acres 55 Griffin, W G 01 acros 1 00 1 00 1 05 2 10 Ky. Midland E'y, Lue Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysville, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Covington. Time TabU Nov. 3, 1895. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. a. m. p. m. p. m. 1 00 6 4 S Ur.nlrlart A 1 30 4 aS Elkborn - -- .708 M3 4 47 stamping oround 7 ay Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest. and quickest between Only Duect Between Rout, Samuel 1 acre Rout, Dick 1 acre Rout,Caleb lacre Sandidge, John 1 aero Simpson, Elias 2 acres Siiuins, Tom 47 ucres Stewart, Silas J acres Stewart, Larken lacre Yinson.Frank 1 acre Warren, Sid lacre Whitloy,Jane lOacres Withers, Sandy 0 aero Grillln.S. 0 acros Grcenberg, Wm. 20ncros Greybeal.MaryA .balance - 1 0 2 10 85 13 13 Gunn.W.A. 1,700 acros 1 00 90 Harris, W H. 40 acres, balance 2 55 Harris, Geo. W. 5 acres, '92, '93, '94.. 1 05 1 51 1 75 Harris, John Smith 3 acros 7 85 1 50 Same for '91, '92, '93, '94 2 55 1 1 55 1 Ask lor tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. . i- - 1 50 50 80 CRAB ORCHARD, No. 2, WHITE $ 4 70 3 70 80 1 10 2 35 4 25 3 10 1 Abt, Casper 1894, 190 acres Adums, Win. T.' 110 acres Adams, Surah 7 acres fijvgetownli... 7 45 SOJ 3 15 2 39 509 7 5 Arr."C?S. Depot Same for 1891 4 co .,.,...,. " 5 4 raris Adams, David (X.R) 350 acres 8. 10. TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4 No. in. No. n. p. a. B. IU IJt Sme for 1894 tattAi 6 00 40 C.... 9 J Lt ParisDepot Atchieondt Johnson, 100 acres - C.S. 1007 I37 3 35 6 40 r 40 Georgetown B 10 10 Bowers', Chris estate 1C0 acres 6jS 7 7 Stamp's Gro'd 10 as o 4 7 IS I " Bartcls, John 4 acres KIkborn 8 15 x 7y Arr frank fcrt A... Beck, Win 113 acres " TRAINS. Bell, James Matt lOacres SUNDAY rav Georgetown 10 io a. m; arrive Frankfort Blankenshlp.T.S COacres , "iva Geotgtlowi Orou tcher, James 2 acres 'iavomFrankfort 4 3 - r.. i-- 4 90 1 55 P- ?& Kentucky Mldlatd Railway and to all and cheapest route North and WW. Stats rtftwtheViBroraatioa apply to their agents. BKRCAV, Gen. Pass. Ajreat.. O KO. B. HARPER, Rec'r & Gen.Sup Frankfort Ky Dolllns.Wm.J. Easton,Jolm Farrls, J. B, 300 acres Gangloff, Charles 13 acres Griffin, Samuel (N.R ) 30 acres 14 acres 300 acres 90 2 10 2 40 1 55 2 45 3 05 4 85 1 70 00 Attention of the public is the far We will continue the coal business at Mr, Hlg that this Is tho only Natioual invited to Stanford 1 acre, Hank 1 50 Welch, Jamos all timca Harris, Jack Cialg 25acrc,,bal..... cins' old stand and will have on hand at promptly. Under the provisions of the National in Bank t,. .r ..., rail whim w will deliver are secured not only by the capital 70 Welch's. Jerry heirs 2 acres, Samefor'94, balance We will tell strictly for cash and will make It to stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an Wilkorson.Fretl 1 acre, 1 51 the Interest ol the peopled this section to pay amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol Hicks, David laoros 77 Williams, Richard, lot.'.... All'orders for Coal left at Craig & Hocker's drug this institution are secured by a fund of 400,000. Invard,MaryE 27 acros rive sworn statements of theconditiou of the bank store will be promptly filled ano appreciaieu uy are made each ycarto the United States govern2 50 Jacobs, Hugh 50 acres NOEL &. SON. ment and Its assets are examined at stated times I "ill take all the hides I can get PC forcaihorln trade lor leather on 1 55 by government agente, thua aecuring addititoca Jenkins, Joo 5 acres and perfect safety to dtpoiitors. 23 40 court days at Stanlord or at uiy home In Otten-helR.) 517 acros Johnson, I. X.(X This institution, originally established as the Tannor. Chas. Knnslin, 2 'So Depoiit Bank of Stanford in tlj8, then Kenchese, Win. SO acres 5 : lied as the National Bank ol Stanford la 1861 and again the First National Bank ol Stanlord in iS8a, has had practically an uninterSplendid Assortment to select from. In rupted existenceof tx years. It Is better supplied transacting prompt KENTUCKY. now with facilities forever before businesslong and ly and liberally than in its honorable career. Accounts of corporations LinOilers his services o the people ol West full stock of Coffins ted. firms and Individuals respectfully toilecoln and Caiey Counties, alwaya on hand. The Directory of this Bsnk 11 composed ol 9S buy till you see our stock. Remember and Caskets n. S. CarDcntcr, Manacer. We are the leaders. Forettua Ileid, Lincoln county; S.T. Harm, Lincoln; we are closing out our .2!. J. II. Collier, Lincoln; J, W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Baughman.l Lincoln; and Lot In Crab Orchard, Ky. House J.S. Hocker, Stanford; kitchen, cellar, flower pit, atablc Five rooms and W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; outbuildings, all in llrel claia repair; a .n.i nther .11 k.nd. of f.uUt.ee. M. D. Elmore, Stanford; WllnK reasonable prices. rna sBiall irults. ITot contain, about one acre.a T. P. Hill, Stanford; Everything in the Grocery and Provision line ?5;n .Til cheaD or exchange for amall farm in K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; place u rented for 1896 MlKbtofhMd. early and seq our display. Come who will show the place to M.J, Miller, Mt. Vtrnoa.Ky iny'ci.'Xde. to look a, J. L Hocker, President J no. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A A. McKlnney, Asst. Cashier located. P. Lewis, Rachel 30 acros, Masturson, Xelson 26 aoros, balance, Mc'.'ormack, Ben Sr. 1 aero, MeRoborts, Harrison, 1 acre, .Morton's, George heiis 8 acres, Xeal, Minerva 1 aero, Xelson, Jim lacre Sandidge, Wolf lOaonos, -Sandidge, George 2 acres, Singleton's, Rice heirs -Tombs, Ira 2 acros, 1 acre, Trice, Mitchell thtir bulainei to us while rnnaglng tbe Lincoln National Bank ol Stanlord, we w. here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to tranaact their business with us, offoriBg as a guarantee for prompt attea-uo- n OKIIUSTONVILLK. to same, our twenty years' experience la Will carrv a full line ol genuine Oliver Chilled banking andai liberal aceouunodatloni aa are coa- Tlowi and repairs for ihe stitenl with tound banking, l'lowi, Silver Steel . . Ual and other leading larming Implements. 1 he DIKSCTOHS: Walter A. Wool Mower and Keeper Machine, lor J J. Williams, Ml. Vermis; Cultivators of the bel quality, ben Huifgie . II. Shanks, Stanford; the money, Phaetons, hurras aud Carriage! of the richest qualities and fanciest and latest stylci. J.S. Owsley, Stanlerd; The belt uradeof light buggy harness and tho S J. Kuikry, Stanford; cheaper grades Collars, hamci, Iridlc-- s for farm purpo.ee, breechlnK and srap work of all kind J. II Owsley, Stanford; Furniture of all descriptions. Trunks, bags, travJ Y Cash, Stanford; buRgjr rugi, Hove eling telescopes, hone blanketi, William Gooch, Stanlord; nnd stovs fixtures. &c, all ol which he inites your attention and inspection end promise to deal A. W. Carp.it.ter, MUledgevllle. you In all tramac-ilon- s. Justly and act honorably with W. II. Cumuiiai, Preachers Ills ThankinK my many cuitornera for their S. 11. Shanks, Prottdent, patronage In the pan ear, l solicit a liberal and wlih them all a happy new year. Dr. J 11 OwsJey,,Cathier, O. S. CARPKNTKIt. So tf W M. Bright, Teller. Husionvllle. Ky. an individual. To those who entrusted D. S. CAHFEifcTTEH,, R. R. Noel & Son, ucceisorstoj. n. H FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KV. lft ins, D.alers In AU Kinds of Coal, Stanford, Kv. Capital Stock Surplus 8100,000 - 23,700 Iirn QIIJIjO. J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, Chinaware and Glassware Don't that HUSTONVILLE, ndu-cian- Stoves, Saddles, Harness and verware at Cost. at Sil' FOR SALE EXCHANGE FARRIS & HARDIN. It WW &$ jt trvMLwm. tAJK. .biJ,, I