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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896012101 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. Jk I ll I' EMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL. s VOL. XXIII. m ' STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 21. 4896. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. ON A LOCAL NO. 92 . CHURCH AFFAIRS. NATURE. I CRAB ORCHARD. huB-ban- Tho Knlamazoo church, which M'. Ineoraoll Bald ho would join, la tho People's church, of which M!m Uartiott Is paator. Elder Robert Graham, of tho . Uible Oollejju, hB been culled to paatornto of tho Christian church nt the Glasuow. Tho Amoricnn Bible eocloty Issued In December 113,07(3 volumes. Since 0 April 1, 1895, tho eoolotv has iiwueil volumea. d, Tho R'JV. Dr. Attlcns Green bishop of tho Methodist Episcopal Church, South, died ol paralysis Sunday at Oxford, Gn, Mr. Martin D. Hardin, of Ilogsott Academy, has been engned to conduct n series of religious services under the auspices of tho Frankfort Y. M. 0. A. The Rev, Warren Powers, a minis, tor near Tooinsboro, G., was called to A man his door at night and shot. named Dixon, a member of his congregation, has been arrested for the crimes. Tho GlaoROwTimea copies tho reference to Rev. V. A. Slaymaker and 11b church made in this paper, and adds that he was one of tho most universally bo loved men that uver resided in that conn ty. Tho young people's society of tho linptiat church will bo addressed by Mr. Logan If uphes next Snndny afternoon at 3 o'clock on the subject, ".Every Boy and Girl Should Have an Aim in Life." Everybody invitod. Thoro is a great deal more religion in paying nu honest debt than there is in sitting in the amen corner of a church Wo linyo no and hullootng "Aiiioil" BAtictificatlonUUs or other confidence in professed christians, who make n reat ado and then ignore their pecuniary 728,-02Hay-Roo- Ruv. 8. M. Lonan returned Friday from Ford, whero ho held a protinoU'd nteutlriK. Thoro was one addition. Rev. T. H. Campbell prenched at tho Baptist church In Hustouvillo on Sunday morning and evening. Tim union Hervluea wore conducted Sunday evening by Raw J. M. Nelson Ht tlie.Christlnn church. Tho Baptist society met with Miss Julia Roid on last Friday evening at her home on Richmond etreet. Tho Mawn Hotel Ih helm,' adorned . by n fresh coat of point. Ah It is used as a house of transient custom it will present a more pleasing appearance than formerly. Mr. James Clark, of Boyle, hnn rented and ladt week moved to tho farm of Mr. Henry Clay Jennings a few inllea of Lancaster on tho Sugar Creek pike, pay. ing 1000 rent for it. Our sick folks aro Mrs. Eliziboth Hill, Mro. R. H. Bateon, Mra. Jml Fox, Mm. Nannie Crrpentr, MIsj Fannio Shugars, Little Llzzlu Bettis, Mis. Siibaii Fisher, Mrs. II. O. Herring and MisiJu- liu Rcid. A number of Lancaster people have tried their art in guessing tho correct so luttuii of tho story "Her Three Suitors." It is earnestly hoped that some LniicaB Irtaus may be winners of at loaat a portion of the 500. Died Sunday in this county of cancer of the stomach at his home on tho Fall Lick pike, Mr. John Lawson in his 70th year. He iiad been in failing health for some time, but whs ahln to go about until a fuw weeks past, when death chimed him as his victim. Thero is a gentleman of our community of classical acquirement that has completed and will have published k book, a Beqtiel to "Uncle Tom's Cabin.'' ItliMS been illustrated by n talented young artist of this vicinity. keeps to tho forefront not only in a polit- .icnl, but in a literary anu urtistic way as Dr. Tohnagu won his poiut aud now has things his own way at tho Fust Presbyterian church Washington Tho young the Rev. Adoloa Allan, whose contract calls for one sermon each Sunday, has boon naked to resign, eiuco ho refused to allow Dr. Tulmsge to monopolize thu pulpit. Johnnie Eastland, of Danville, wiio has only mleeed attending school one Sunday In seven yearn and but two Son days In nine yearn, ie being mentioned by the papers all over thu country and tho patent ouUides are spreading IiIh ihiiib far and wide. He is a nephew of Mr. A G. Eastland, of tnis place. r, LAW HAKINO AT FRANKFORT. now concede I that the votes of the two populists will go for Blackburn Senator Walton has presented a bill to relievo tho circuit court of tho State of tho trial 6f misdemeanor cases. Kentucky's Women's Suffrage Association is making a fight to have female physicians placed in the luuatlc asylums. Representative Burnam, of Madison, is said to be grooming for tho republican nomination for Congressman in this district. -- A bill to punish pistol toting by from sir months to two years in tho penitentiary has been introduced in 'he House. Tho committee on publis moralb hta reported a bill to raiso tho ago of consent from 12 to 18 years, with recommenda tion that It be passed. Ono of Hunter's friends predicts th t will ho elected Wednesday that oulv ho a majority of those voting with a qii' present is necessary. A bill to abolish tho oillco of attorney and providirg attorneys Bhall discharge tho that comity duty Iisb boon presented. A bill will bo introduced in the House thla week to empower Treasurer Long to leauo 1500,000 In Interest bearing bonds to moot tho indebtedness of the State. Senator Ogilvlo is expected to arrive at Frankfort today, or at least in time for the joint ballot Wednesday. It is denied that any requeat was made of Senator nllvifl to reaicn. There are two Senator Lava in tho nreaent Leclslature J. S. and J. C. The first la a democrat, the othor Is republican. Ono hails from Morgan, the othtr la a CaBoy, county exotic. Instead of a dt licit of He veral hundred thousand dollars, State Treasurer Long quotes flgurea to show the State will soon owe about $2,600,000, which it will not bo able to moot until next fall. The Senate will not confirm the nomination of J. W. Postall, colored , to bo steward of the Western Insane AsyIt is said that lum at Hopklnsville. did not know Postell was Gov. Bradley when he made the apr a pointment. LeRlBlatora aeem to bo somewhat mixed as to the Hiatus of tho flrat of January. In the Senato a member a bill to make It a legal holiday and In the Bouse another presented one Buch. Thero to repeal the act making it making it a holiday is no good reason for be and very meny why it should not bo made, It Is r-- saloon-keopo- d Mrs. L. A. Pettus presented her with a boy Friday. Tho Keeley Cure has only about Lancaster has heon reduoed from 250J- -' eight patientfi now, but a lurgo uumbur 000 to J200.000. is expected Feb 1. A post ofllco baa been established at J. E. Carson sold to Richard Gentry, Combs, Madison county, with George W. of Boyle, a fine pair of mare mules for Rogern, postmaster. 5250. Dr. J. S. Stapp bought a milk cow J. Mut Parker, a promising young ttiu other day aud paid thu fancy prico of man of Williamsburg, died after a linger- - j $75 for her. Crab Orchard has two candy factoriK siege of consumption. Since Georue W. Bain's lecture ies. John Snaw Edmistou runs one und there, HurrodBburg prohibitloniota are Curtis Egbert the other. Both of thum agitating the question of n local option make h11 of tho candy they Bell und aro election, leally exporla in ttio bustueea. John C. Colson, of Bell, has withMrs. Alica NewlHud tetla us that the drawn from the contest for warden of the L. & N. will build a Hotter garden and penitotitiary. H.z!ip, of Barren, has a park on the grounds to tho left of tho de coll on thu job. pot. Operations will begin at once and Willie, tho old son of W. H. money will not be sp.tiul in making it a Oundifr, of Pul.aski, killed his younger thing of beauty. brother Elinor, with un old gun he Lou A. Pettua has opened a general didn't know wkb loaded. merchandise and drugstore in the room Another dividend of 10 per cen recoutly vacated by W. A. Bcazley & making 20 in all, has just ben paid de- Son. The latter firm has the neatest. positors in the Pinevillo Banking Co., drug store In the country in J. T. which 0H3lgned in July 1803. . old The three Strut) k boys mre tried bo Mr. Hueh Seargent, tho tobacco foro Commissioner W. O. Curd at manufacturer, has a commodioua factory for shooting Deputy U. S. Marahul near the depot and is doing a good busi Bates and held over to tho U. S. court in ness. Hisorandsin both chewing and 12,600 esch. smoking tobacco are good sellers and hie George B. Dean, a Mercer county greatest trouble is in filjing his orderB. farmer, hung himself with a bridal rein Dr. Stapp's tchool at College Homo because of worry over a suit against him has pupils aud is progieasiug for $220 His wife found him and cut nicely The doctor, who has tho roputa him down but life was extiuct. tion of b.'ing tl.e politest man in the The stiugiest man has been found in world, is i) splendid educator and he has tho delectable town of Danville. He is nu excellent assistant in his ptimable described as beina too stingy to epit. wife. Thoro are more stingy old cusses iu that A great deal of lumber is being phip-pe- d moss laden town than itny whero etee on from this point now. Twelve wagon earth. Jackson Hustler. were being unloaded when your Col. J. II Brooks, a brother of J. J. was at the depot Saturdity, and lirookn, United States storekeeper and ho was told that this was of frequent ocgauger under Collector R'ides, end aleo currence. Cross ties and bpokoa make up weli. of W. T. Brook, u prominent druggist of the greater part of the lumber shipped. Prico Bros sold 12 yearling mules to Parte, Is under arrmt Kt Richmond for J. W. James, the distiller, has reT. C. Hubble Ht ISO. James A. McOar-lo- y grand latceny committed in Ohio. cently completed a warehouse with cabought of Sam Anderson a bunch of The court of appeala reversed tho pacity to hold 2,000 barrels of whi6ky. cattle for 170. Robert Elkin bought nine lifoHcntunce of Jeese Fields and Jo Ad- - He has 1,33-- barrels on hand now and is yearling mules from Charles Spoonamore. kinn, uf Perry county, who were renteuc making 4J to five barrels daily. To A. R. Denny bought eight feeding cattle ol for the murder of County Judpe withdraw what "red eye" Mr. James alof Lincoln county parties at ?3G0. Mr. Ojmbs, on tho ground that tho louor ready has on hand would cost him about Jopho Doty sold to W. A. Hiatt four hosts 03iut did not award proper proctsa for $70,000. It takes money to run a big disat 3 IT). James Elmore bought two work witnesses. tillery. Elijah Myers and John Dills were limits from Richmond parties for $100. Frank Ohnndler, who lives not ffir Mies Jennie Shumate, of Danville, is convicted in the circuit court at Wil- from town, is uearly CO years old, has livvisiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Uigginboth-am- . liamsburg and each was given three ed in Lincoln most all of his life and has Misses Mattle and Nannie McCar- jenra In tho penitentiary, Mye's of steal- never been to Stanford but twice. Ofce thy have returned from a pleasant viait ing hides from a tannery near Jellico and of these times he came for liia marriage of a month to the family of Mr. John Dills for attempting to outrage Nannie license and the other to bring u wild cat Smith, of Richmond. Mr.nnd Mrs. Wm. Rose, at a coal mine, near Kensee. ekin and receive the roward given in At tiie assignee's sale of the stock o f those days for Greenleaf have returned to St. Louis. killing wild oau. Mr. Miss Annlo Royston is tho guest of ber goods of J. M. Conant, at Middlesboro, Chandler i8 a well farmer and haB annt, Mrs. George H. Bruce, in Danville, his wife who ws the principal creditor the appearance of a man who has been Mr. It. 8. Bryant and wife, of Paris, have becamo the purchaser at $1,700, although about more than a couple of trips to the moved hero and are occupying the Sin- the goods wero appraised at $3,000 and couuty seat. E. O. W. gleton property. Miss Hannah Tracy, invoiced $4,300. Sirs. Conant is a daugh of Danville, is a visitor of Misses Maggie ter of Mra. W. T. Green, formerly of MATRIMONIALJMATTERS. and Katie Dooloy. Mrs. J. W. Rowland Stanford. Miss Sallie T. Thorpe and Mr. R. O. purrafine candle which Tho returned to ber homo at Point Burnside was used as au advertisement by A. M. Cobb wero married in Madiaon last Monday. Kinnalrd & Co., at Middlesboro, which week. -- Husband, father and R. A. Wade, 75, and Mrs. Mary neighbor, friend all in ono is gono and was lightod Dec. 21 burned 121 hours, 22 72, Inmates of tho Bourbon county another fireside is left vacant, one more minutes and 30 seconds. A lady gueteed were married tho other day. homo is made desolate by that dark within a few seconds of tho time and got Mr. R N. Beazley, a tobacco dealer, browed visitor, death. Last Friday at n $20 prize. Tho second prize of $5 was and Misa Sallie Campbell, of Paint Lick, his home near Kirksvllle, Burrounded by won by b min. were married Thursday night by the Wash Richardson, the Pulaekl counills loved ones, Mr. Wobditon BaIIbw deRev. A. W. Crawford. parted this life at tho advanced ago of ty farmer who had a presentimeut that Tiie feminine element is terribly in 77 year?. Altera struggle with a fatal ho would die Jan. 15th aud bought a cof excess in Germany, the women exceeddisease, "the golden bovl was broken, tin to be boded in, Is still alivo aud well, ing the men by more than 1,000,000, ac and the spirit lied forever." His .funer- aays the Somerset Reporter. The old cording to the latest statistics. al was preached at the house Sunday gentleman claims that he prayed for an Mr. Waller Bennett aud Mies Mary morning at 11 o'clock by Rev. W. A. extension of life end has been given live Burnam, daughter of Hon. O. F, Bur Potter, after which tho remains were years longer to live. nam, will be married at Richmond on Drum, tho famous old bloodhound brought here and tenderly laid awny, owned by J. R. Neighbors, was killed by the 22nd, Tho will go to Europe on to await tho resurrection morn. there bridal trip, a train Tuesday. This dog has tracked their "Friend after friend depart; Dr. Atidrew Saargnt, of Hopkins-vili? Who has not lost a friend some of the most famous criminals iu the late of this county, Iisb brought There in no union nero of hearts State, namely the negro wlin ruined and That knows not here an end." suit against hia wife for divorce on the murdered two girls in Western Kentucky Much sympathy is felt for the bereav- and William Taylor, colored, tho mur- grounds of abandonment. She left him ed ones. A widow and two daughters, derer of Magistrate Dtvid Doty, a promi in April, 1891, and has since refused to Mrs. Jog Gufnsideand Mrs. Ohas. Batluw nent citizen of Madison county Inst year. live with him. The marriage of Mies Lula Arnold are left to mourn tho death of a devoted N'owb. to Mr. J. S. Johnson, of Bryantaville, husbaud and father. Danville. Tiie meeting which Rev. which tho Stanford Interior Journal Elliott. A Mayfiield paper says that Henry Faulconer has been conducting at published a couple of weeks before it 230 pupils are enrolled at West KentucWhito Oak closed last night, after two happened, was solemnized at the home ky College with flittering prospects of weeks of good work. Thero wero 32 ac- of the bride'a mother, Mrs. Nannie J. an increase of at least 50 inside of three cessions to the congregation. Mr. W. G. Arnold, this city, Wednesday night at weeks. This shows excellency nnd com- Rtney and family havo moved to the 11:30. Richmond Register. petency on the part of the school's Harrison has finally Roberts cottage, on Etst Main street, just and it will never be otherwieo vacated by Mrs. Proctor and Mrs. Dun- confirmed the reports that he and Mra. ao loug as a principal of the quality of can. Mrs. Rney iB slowly recovering Dimmickare to be married. The wed Prof. Elliott la In charge. This institu from a protracted Illness. Mlsi Bettio ding will not take place until after Lent. tion is sscond to none, 'and wo predict Uiggins, of Crab Orchard, is visiting Mr. During the life of Mrs. Harrison, who for it an immense patronage in the fu- and Mra. H. B. Farria. Hattio Maynard, was her auut, Mra. Dimmlck practically ture. the missing daughter of Louis Maynard, goyemed Mr. Harrison's household in of Danville, waa found at the home of Indianapolis and directed the household Illinois democratic leaders, accordaffairs of the White House during the William Burns, near Willisburg. Advoing to a statement made in Washington, period that Mrs. Harrison was 111. At cate. have decided to unite on Morrison for all State functions she received with president and to nominate Vico PresiLiiimiTY. Mrs. John Brown died of Mrs. Harrison, when ulivo, and acted in dent Stevenson for United States Sena- consumption on the 14th and was Inter her place later when she was sick. She tor in the Stateconventiou this year. red at ManBville. On the 15th, Mr. Mark is a strikingly handsome blonde of 40. (Hud of consumption. W. F. Despite the pressure being brought An exchange eats that a eurecure for to bear, Seuator Jones refuses to allow Cabbell and wife, of Lebanon, and Miss reported Dollie Oabbell, of Hustonvllle, were vis Inflammatory rheumatism is made by the Dingley tariff bill to be itlng relatives here lait week. Misses taking ono ounce of pulverized saltpeter without a sugar amendmont. It is roported that Spain ia about to Julia A. Stagg and Annie Belden are vis- and putting it into a pint of sweet oil. cede Cuba to England aud that the U. 6. iting rohuives and friends at Hustonvllle. Batho the parts auectedhnd a sound euro will be speedily made. has ordered troops in Florida to be held in Mias Stagg is to begin a school at Four UJllions three hundred and Monday, the 20th. readiness to resist it. eighty thousand postage Btamps are usof Missour An informal meeting A girl baby born the other day In ed in a year by the people of the United democrats at Washington decided that Morrisou Bhall have the vote of the State Kokomo, Ind., Is tho 14th daughter of a States. Bernard Gillara, the noted cartoon14th daughter of a 14th daughter a refor president. is thought to bo unpreceist of Judge, died of typhoid fever Son-dafl Russia baa set aside $234,000 for tho cord which purcbaae of horses. dented. ' Thurman baa taken chargo1 oj tho Warhott Hotel at Lawronceburg. Theatock in the National Bank of Mr. Mac JE?BfetJm JKJtmLi g!! market. '2 J; Ranges out of the Range of all other Ranges, yet within the Range of all wanting M i: A j LTJ We have the only Wrought Iron Range on the and see them. Call and ti I W. H. WEAREN & CO. I 14-yi- ur Tm Charles Wheeler Emporium. We still exist. A new and elegant line of Ladies Shoes, including I Chad-wick- 's store-room- Som-ere- et The 20th Century Boot Tailor made Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes at right figures. 30-od- d Great Drives in Clothing. Fifty per cent. Reduction in Millinery. per cent. 'reduction in ladies' Capes and Cloaks; also in all Comforts and Blankets. 25 a cents. and Arbuckles Coffee at 20. Call and see us and you will save Respectfully, money. CHAS. WHEELER. Ala-roni- corree-ponde- nt A new lot of Elegant Calicoes and Ginghams, all it 5 Look At This! A Good Overcoat for $2.50. Better one for $4. A to-d- o A good Suit for $3.50, a better one for $$ and a still better one for $6.60 and on up to Sio. Remember these are our Closing Cash Prices and we propose selling every thing in proportion. We do not want any winter stock left in our house in 30 days. The entire thing must go. Heavy UnderComforts, Cloaks and every thing wear, Wool Hosiery, Home-madnow goes. We carry the best line of Black Dress Goods in the city and they are to go. Lace Curtains, Lace Bed Spreads, Muslin Underwear, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, Men's Boots and Shoes. Every line is perfect and we are determed to close. Come e grand-fathe- and try us. r, Ag-ne- w, poor-hous- e, HUGHES & TATE. IVIriCill ERTS, w Pharmacist and Bookseller. Has a Complete Stock of Pass Books, Day Books and Ledgers, All the latest Magazines, Books and Fashion Papers received as soon as published. Weekly, monthly and yearly subscriptions received. A calendar for 1896 to present you. New, Fresh Drugs and Chemicals to compound your prescriptions with. Perfect accuracy and dispatch. e, A. C.SINE, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, I Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC. I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. THK BL.UK-R man-Bgein- out ut ASS HERD OK i Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Drab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Stock. Breederi nccuted Iro.-- tti beet herd la tvril Pig for tale from the best tjp of Rcgiitered different Stitei. Correipoudenee Solicited (Viw-dn- n 1 Hus-tonvill- e, iMtnkmlHmmmA wSirfiK 'WW 4 Ii Keceiyin His : FALL : AND : WINTER QOQDS?.,, call. y. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guarantor!. Give me v! Jfr' VifrfttT I l !' I i. i ft- -. mules, 3 to 0 years old, at $00 to $75. less as his strong lead is contemplated. Tmc weather has boen remarkably Georgo F. Anderson, of Boylo, has For awhile tbo woods seemed full of can- pleasant for a week. Rain was predictW. P. WALTON. pacing Ally and colder for sold tho didates, but they have dwindled down ed for last night and fair by Royal Wilkes, dam by RIoubI, only Foree, of Sholby, and Stephentill for f 1,000. It was the policy of the republicans in son, of Mercer, are mentioned in connec Mns. Virginia Kino's residence on James Walker Girens has gono to to wait till just before the bal tion with the race and neithor of them Broad Btreet in Danville wns sold the Houao Lexington, MiBS., to disposo of a car load lotinR hour for U. 8. Senator and then has formally declared his intention to by Commissioner R. 0. Warren to of horses he bought of various parties in Attractive prices all over the house. General reductions in every force a vote in the Fence, Kaufman and run. In referring to Mr. 0 wsley's Candida J. A. Cheek for J5.6S0. tho West End. n . Tompkins casts, which would oust them, cy tho Richmond Register eays: Thouch-bordepartment. We carry only first class goods throughout our estabFifty-od30 largo rats in horses with records and and reared in Lincoln, Mr. Owsloy Bus Wkahk.s cjuij-h- t but the democrats of the Senate got 2:30 will bo Bold at lishment and wind of it and adopted an amendment to may almost bo considered n Madison traps set in Uigglus & McKinney's store trials from 1:15J to ilk Rue's sale at Danville, Jan. the rules making it possible qn the short county product, bis mother being a Sunday night and yesterday the boys Fanlconer 30, 31 and Feb. 1. est notice to turn out the republican Sen- daughter of Thomas Woods Miller, a bad a big timo seeing tho dogs dispatch At a meeting of horsemen at Lexators who have been marked for decapi- former native and citizen of the Muddy them. ington it was decided that the Graziana locality, and through whom he is tation by providing that the report of the Creek Th Kin friends here will be glad to race bill would seriously damage tho to many of the most Senate democratic "investiRatlng" com- closely related Cecilia Eppinghousen breeding Interests of the State. prominent families in this and Garrard know that Mad. mittee shall take precedence of every- counties, among Bailey and Mies Dollie Williams will give Joe II. Rout killed two duroc eight them the Millers, thing else, that no debate shall be pera musical entertainment in uanvme, months old shouts that weighed Quoted below to be on reliable merchandise and not trash. and Oweleys. Mr. Owsley is mitted and that in the event the lieuten- graduate of Cumberland University, Leb- a Jan. 31. pounds each, lie got over 100 pounds of One lot of Dress Goods worth 20c, go now for I2)4c. ant governor declines to put the quea anon, Tenn., whore Gov. McOreary also Lincoln county people are invited to jard from them. Who can beat that? eball be put by the clerk, tion to a vote it Blue and Black Serge, worth 35c, 25c for thir week. Rub Kalley, of Woodford, how received his legal diploma; and whether dine at tbo Mason House when they who is a democrat. The five republicans R. M. Merriam, of Minnesota, n ' Ladies' Ribbed Vests worth 25c, go at 15c. due to Mr. Owsley 'a influence or not, it go to Lancaster next Monuay. marked for decapitation are James, handsomo span of road mares for -- 500. dinmay be remarked in this connection that Simpeon will give you a Misses' and Ladies' Union Suits worth 75c, now sold for 49c. blood bays, perfectly Jones, Dingus, Walton and Lay. These They are Lincoln, his homo county, hrs never ner and treat you right. Misses all wool hose, woith 25c, now 14c. gentlemen do not seem exercised over mated, and can trot in 2: 10. gone back on the Madison county statesthe situation, and say that even ahonld man, J. M. and Samuel Forystho eold thia Ladies' all wool hose, 15c, worth double the money. Mr. 8. W. Mb.nkfkk, ol the D. and D. which on the principal of recipc resort to such methods and will give a the Senate week to Richard Gentry, of Boyle, 50 Institute of Danville, Fringe Towels, sold at 40c per pair, now 25c. rocity, should be an additional reason lb. cattle at J3.35. Uarrodsburg turn them out, they will nevertheless be for concert at the Ohriatian church, Madison supporting him in bis canChris-tiaThe eame paper reports Democrat. on band at the joint ballot, and insist for the benefit of the didacy. In his canvass Mr. Owsley has Turnersville, upon casting their vote for Kuntor. In Endeavor, on Saturday evening, ealea of several cars of hogs nt 3.10 and so visited Mercer, Boyle and Garrard 7n'lnrk. Admission iu liinba at 2. the House Mr. Carroll has a certificate andfar 25, everywhere has met with that en- - January in- general that from the postmaster John B. Emhry, who bought Hon, 15 cts. Tue public is cordially couagement which his ability and popu- and of Pike, was not only a postmaster J. S. Owsley, Sr's., cattle, tells us that larity merit. In the event of a conventhoaveutge of the 117 head was 1,573. when he was elected, but still holds that JnxK. U. F. Uorton is doing a big tion let Madison remember her kinsman ofHce and as the offices are incompatible-hbones They were shipped Saturday via the K. and instruct her delegate? o vote for i,n.!n.u In uhlnuinir old Iron and will have to go. He has sent five car O. direct to Koston to go to England. tA Voir Alknv. Owsley. Four of tbeso cattle weighed 1,900 a When the republicans saw that the yA better one for 75c, worth double the money. loads for which he paid 12jc por cwt. for were in earnest and ready to Finding that it would requiro two iron and 20c for bones. As he takea all piece. democrats 200 pairs of Ladies' Lace Shoes, worth 1.50, now go for 9SC. A good crowd attended the Danville meet them much more than half way weeks or more to make the trip and be nf Irnn and most anr kind of in the matter of ousting members, they ing finable to spare that much time, we bones, a numbor of people make good CDUrt yesterday, hut bueinees was not brisk. Of the 100 or more cattle on the came to their senses and the more con reluctantly gayo up the trip to St. Auwages gathering them. . servative asked for a suspension of hos- gustine. Fla.. where the National Edito market about 50 changed hands. A and to tilities. The services nf the great pacifi- rial Association meets "Rbiiold the Son of God." Thete bunch of yearlings brought $15.15, a lot cator, John W. Yerkes, was called into which we were appointed a delegate words were uttered by a singular looking of 900 pound cattle sol.l at 3c and a little We arc headquarters for Ready Made or Tailor Made CLOTHING, action and be succeeded in convincing from Kentucky. In addition to the pleas- man, who entered this office yesterday better grado brought 3ic Mules brought and for Prices we arc the LOWEST. Dr. Hunter that things had gone far ure of meeting in the historic old town unannounced. Thinking that ho had $75 to $95, with no great demaud. Plug enough and that worthy finally coneent-e&'tb- in tho land of flowers and enjoying an got into the wrong place or that he was horses were dull at J10 to $30, J, W. Bales shipped 151 export cattle no Senator shall be elected and exchange of views on the best manage- mlntnknn In his assertion, we asked him member unseated till after ment of newspapers, the editors will be to sit down and tell us about it. Ho re- bought of Arnold, Black and others, avno democratic the new member from Nelson arrives. taken on a tour of the State, besides giv- fused to do bo, but continued to ver that eraging 1,550 thai, which he bongbt at 3 The law requires that balloting for U. S. en a cruise down the Atlantic Coast and he was the Son of God, that the millen- to 4. Bains also bought two car loads of Senator shall begin today and the letter up the Gulf of Mexico. It is a big thing nium began last May, that the church of hogs at 3 to 3 15 and a car of butcher catof the law will be complied with, wbilo to miss, but such is life. In this connec- God waa organized June 2d and that tho tle at 2 to 3. Silas T. Oobb'a farm of 131 A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, the Bplrit is disregarded by making an tion we wish to extend our thanks to man who saya hearsay is not evidence is acre was bought by Miss Nannie Balelection impossible. It was a big game President M. H. Smith, of the L. fc N., a liar and 'the truth is not in him. He lard at 345.10 and his 4 1 acre tract by M. T: D. RANEY, Manager. of bluff, but the democrats of the Senate and Mr. W. O. Rinearaon, general pas- also exhibited a stone, which he said was O. Covington at $55. Richmond Regishad the nerve to call it and at the same senger agent of the Qneen & Orescent, the one with which David killed Goliah. ter. Branch Stores. time show that they wore ready for any for passes thither for self and wife, which Investigation proved that the man was Paris, Carlisle, Mt Sterling. Bardstown, Lawrenccburg, Cynthiana, and every contingency. There is a bare we appreciate just as much as if we had Wm. Spratt, who Beveral years ago lost NKW.ADYKKTlSKMEKTb. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. chance of electing a democrat, but not used them. his mind over religion and waa sent to Blackburn, since Weisainger, Carroll and tho asylum. The House passed the pension bill, Violett say they will never vote for him. which appropriates $141,223,820, after a S. OWSLEY, DEATH'S DOINGS." "With the populists he has 67 votes to. great deal of mock heroism and silly gaba candidate for Cctiftss in this, the Eighth It Mr. T. W. Ballew, a prominent citi District, subject to tbt act on of the Democratic Hnnter GS, so it will be Been that with ble about the defenders of the country. two When it is considered that the greater zen of Garrard, died Friday of diabetes, T"tT. the one lacking three and the other V Tt",,"!!& J must part of that vast sum goes to men who aged 77. He married a sister of Mr. W. votes of a majority, a dead-loc- k ensue unless an unobjectionable demo- Bkulked in the roar in war and are worse M. Lackey and was the father of Mrs. crat or a more decent republican be unit- tbanwortbless drones in peace.thoae who Joo Burnside, who with his wife and a hav-n- 't attended upon. have to foot the bill get entirely out of single daughter Burvive him. He by Mr. Lackey in for a ed the dinner given with the llemember Pflanz, the man whom the democrats patiencetwo would time servers, whotreas- celebration of his 80th birth day and celebrated we ate the exclusive agecis for the loot the public vote or elected for sherifl of Jefferson county, seemed in reasonable health then. ought to be confined in the asylum for ury. Tho advocates of. the "vested Col. James M. Beozley, aged GS, died Falls Branch Jellico Coal, right" nonsense were prevented from the feeble minded. With the law plain- tacking will bring in Snnday of heart trouble, after a few it to tho bill, but ly laid down that a sheriff must execute be passage, al- weeks' illness. He wbb barn In Garrard to Alo that it willour to the interest of everybody - Nut Coal. clean rail and ie 1st Monday in a separate one and urge its bond on or before the Miss Sallie Grimes, Prices the very lowest. We Doincll- cash at the pa tho have, decided that a countyfand marrid January, he failed to do bo and Auditor though the courts mines, therefore are able to sell it the laweit pension Is not snch a right, but pure- who bore him nine children, seven of price. Com and see ut Stone refused to accept it after the date Good Coal makes rcl ashes , no cinder. whom are living. They moved to this ly a matter of Congressional discreSON. NOKl. named. This throws out nnother demo- tion. county a number of yeara ago and have crat and puts a republican in, the judge of with the exBinco made it their home, Hon. J. A. Violbtt, of Franklin counJefferson county being a republican and ception of a year or two at Junction City, House-Keeper- s having appointed Charles Schuff, a re- ty, Bays he will in no event vote for where Mr. Beazley engaged in the hotel publican, to fill the vacancy till the next Blackburn, and when one considers bow business. He was a member of the November election. The office is tho he has been treated bv the Senator, it is Cbriotian church for years and was a To the Coal Consumers of Stan- - Can pick up genuine bargains at Withers'. When I let prices drop best of the kind in the State and is an not to be wondered at. Blackburn has kind hearted, honest and true man. His ford and Rowland. you can almost hear them fall, they fall so fat. Quick sales and small other fat plum for the lucky republicans. opposed him every time be has oflered nnioMmrs held him in highest esteem profits is our motto. Look everywhere, then come to us and find f for office and when he ran for the LegisIf Mr. Pflanz will go out and hang and hia death will occasion general re- A Thia i to certify that J. It. Hales it ibe ol' price right. It is no quest that wc have the most comylctc line of Kent now, all will be forgiven, otherwise lature, put up a man against him and gret. After a Bhort Bervice at his home Coal at for oil ctlelratcd Manchester I'tacuck Stanford. Ail other parties oJViln;; Coal Undertaking Goods, Furniture, Carpets and wall paper ever brought the condemnation he has brought upon used methods not entirely legitimate to yesterday by Rev. J. T. Sharrard, the re- - for sale undei this name are mirprientini our beat Ceil for the to Stanford and its dollars and tens of dollars in yovr pocket to see Coal. If you wish to get his head, will remain in full force and beat him, besides belittling him in his mains were taken to Lancaster and laid least money try our Coal. the guarantee ,, Il( Dc We A dollar saved for yourself, is worth as much'to some rrsoerts me before buying. speeches and otherwise. It was a equare effect. ' by the loved ones whom had gone before. & COAI. CO. you as to any 'dealer that will ask you old time prices. No trouble to fight for or against'Blackburn in his qi liyu. K uoiemati, .Manager. Speaker Rbed has intimated that no county, and his constituents baying de show goods. Constant attention to business is a necessity as well as FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. more States shall be admitted into the elded against the Senator, Mr. Violett a great pleasure: The Texas supply of cattle is said to FOR SALE will nec- seems honor bound to respect their EXCHANGE Union at present, which bo 200,000 short. essarily add to the Btrength of the free wishes. Burt Beed oats for Bale. A. W. eilver men in tho Senate, who now'eeem Home and Lot in Crab Orchard, Ky. " A iied fi or resolution reaffirming the Milledgevillo. will join to have a mujorlty there. Utah pit, stable Kive rooma and kitchen, cellar, Opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Monroe doctrine has boen presented in Oat of 11 races laat year Gov. Strong and other outbuilding!, all insit first clai repair; a the ailverites and with Nevada, Idaho, the Senate and will be adopted. kind of fruit treet well of never filling waior It de- 2:10 lost only one heat. and small fruits. Lot tonlaina about one ntre. Wyoming, Montana, North and South for Will clares that in case boundary disputes on Nunnelley Bold to S. M. Owens good sell cheap or exchange place small farm in a P. P. Dakota, all with a littlo over as much neighborhood The is rented for 1896 the Amorican continent between foreign a pair of mules for S135. to Mr. JIuKhScarjent. who will show iho place to population as Indiana, add 14 votes for governments It. Kor lurther desire Forty-odmares have already been any one no addrtss to lookH.atSTEI'HKN'S, and American governments Information J. the craze. Such inequality of represen- are decided by arbitration, agreement or aoaN. Limestone ht., Lexington, Ky. Wilkes 2:18. booked to Baron tation is what makeB tho passage of bo purchaao, or I S Centrally locntol. in any manner .whatever Major DuBois is driving W. W. P. hurtful a law possible. the United States shall be the boIo judge 2:0flJ, about the BtreetB of Denver. Seeding time is now right at handwc have a large stock of For 1 Scientific American Burt seed oats, best on earth. negro appointed by Gov. Bradley as to whether theMonroe doctrine has Tub Agency to be steward of tho Hopkinsville Luna- been violated in such arbitration or silo by E. S. Powell, Uuatonville. Bold to J. O. JohnBon agreemont. S. W. GivenB tic Asylum is a saloon keeper and the an extra good bunch of hogs at 3.10. people of that city are bo indignant over Tob institution of a lithographic Several Bales of mulrs at $80 to $100 the appointment, which they regard as a for the art by the Courier-JournEmbracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. Wc handle are noted in tho Columbia Spectator. State, that a meeting to disgrace to the is a decided;limprovement and is nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine Nunnelley eold to Givens eaaar Owsley & Aaas CAVEATS. condemn the governor'a action will like- highly appreciated by ita readers, who our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is gettinp TRADE MARKS. ly bo held. If Gov. Bradley is to put prefer pictures of real things which they & Carter yesterday eight cotton mules at DESIQH PATENTS, short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line se65. negroes in office, he should at least, COPYRIGHTS, etc, know or have heard of to tho impossible For Information and fivo Handtxxik wrlto to of Buggies and Surreys. Dr.J. B. Owsleyand P. P. 'Nunnellect r08pecloble ones. ItUNN A CO, 86t ItltOADWAT, Naw YOUR. of a disordered ones, born in some .cases bureau for ley have' a car load of ngod mules for Oldest patent taken securinguspatents In America. Is drought hforo out liy Every . imagination. Democracy seems to bo (flaying against Uio puullopy uuoiicoBiveiiirvuuicimnjoiu uio sale. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Pap Ruff, tho oldest member of the fate, folly, death, hell and the devil, but James Gordon Bennett's trotters won equal to the whole batch and will $2,709 iu Europe last year. league ol American Wheelmen, left it it is Largest circulation of any aclpnllflcflnportn tho eventually como out right aide up with A movement is on foot at Cincinnati $1,000. world. Hiilendlcllv II uitratvil. Ko Into llirent man should be without It. Werkly, .'1.00 ik of such fools Louis Walz bought of Silas Andercare. A few more mores to boom M. E. Ingalls, the railroad magCO,, jear;8UUalxmonth. AiMrcw. JHVnv Vvbluuebs, :ilil IJroadway, Now York City. will shut it out as Pflanz, however, net, as a democratic presidential candi- son and Henry Ueeter a bunch of fat IJY for thB time being from Jeffoihon date. hoga at 3c. county and Louisville. W. II. Murphy bought of T. L, CarTho Frankfort Argus save that Col. Ed O. Leigh Ja the only relic of good penter, of tho West End, 45 The National democratic convention is democracy now in office' on Capitol hogs at 3c. ucceteotito J. II. IllfUiriS, Dealers la y , to be held at Chicago, July 7. The The stud foe oi Joo Patchon, 2:0-17) Bix votes and came square. , started in with oS -- Crittenden county is now under lo- this year will be $100. His soason will beating St. Louis 2. Oin out with 20, cal option rule. Prohibition waa voted close July 1. cinnati and Now York wore nominated several months a?o, and tho lust ealoon horsos trotted or paced K'ghty-flv- e Stanfocd, Ky. first Bnd got 19 and 14 respectively on the mileB In 2:10 or better, during tho public We will continue the coal business at Mr Ills cast on the license has just expired. and will have on hand at ail times eius' old ballot. Kentucky's vote waa And Funeral Director. The taxable wealth of Woodford past season . tbo very best coal whicn we will deliver promptly, last ballot for Ohicago. stricny iar casn inn win mate It to county is over 8,000,000. There are over of Danville, sold to O. we wm sou of R G. Evans, the people ol this section to pay Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Interest three-ye- a Buctrv Rohcs old the i.ssn. : 37 Tub United States payB$000,000 a year 200 whoaro taxed on upwards of $10,000, J Phelps, ol St. .Louis, a Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. All orders for lal leit at (jraig v uncker s uruj n while A. J. Alexander gives in a tax list fllly by Norval, with trial in 2:32, for azi generally stare will be promptly inrea ana apprcoaiea Dy for its weathsr ' Room opposite Court-Hous- e of nearly $ 1,000,000, NOEL. & EON. Square, Stanford, Ky. mighty poor arliclo at that. three-year-ol- d Lon-nieT., to-da- y. yes-terd1 Burt oats, 700 bushels for seed, for Tun formal announcement of the canADDITIONAL LOCAL. JOURNE didacy of John Sam Owsley, Jr., for Consalo by B. K. Wearen. These oats yield plate glass, to take tho Thk 230-lfrom 60 to 75 bushels to the acre. gress appears in this issue. He is so far place of the broken one, was put in for Took Hubble returned from Whitley only regularly announced candidate the Stanford. Ky., Januaby 21, 1896 and the list of probable entries grows Severance & 8on yesterday. county Sunday, where he .bought 10 iEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR b Continuation of Our , BiffBaraflinSale PRICES I d T T GUARANTEE Ir-vin- ea 'o ex-Go- first-cla- '", aa well-bre- phono-graphi- 00 n Eat-clif- fe, e Window Shades 15c, Lace Curtains 50c Pr. REMEMBER I 4 to-da- I ! at THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAITFOHD, VS, J. JR., &"B Coal, Coal, Coal. r o! A-- We prefer the Cash, but if you that come in and give your note! All accounts MUST be taken off our books. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. IsTOTICB. Posted Buyers and him-sel- ScKri T Car-pente- r, W. W. WITHERS, I r d LOOK HERE WL sup-pleme- nt Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, al ataV $timitiie 'Jtowcricatt R Noel en-tiro- ly UNDERTAKING -- ! 100-poun- d R. & Sou; Coal, win-cit- All Kinds J. c Practical Trimmer, Embalmer r $1,-20- 0. "Is J :rt . I V i- - M A - i - 16 -- 4 Jfrur lAnrw v hrrnDinD Inimunr VCffirilCLQLi liiicnunuwuAHiu. Stanford, Kt., January 21, E. C. 189G Pink Cottaqk for sale. Apply to W. P. Walton. Ranges at all prices. II. Wearen & Co. 'a Bee thim Walton, Business Manager Lots of good groceries at tho lowest living prices at Farris A Hardin'rj. i CLOSING ODT -:-- :- maOk business houeo in You can hnvo no idea how cheap and Stanford and only one residence in the how good everything in our jewelery and town is unoccupied. BilverwnroBtocic is. Call and he convinced. Penny's Drug and Jewelry Youn account Is now ready and you Store. will please come forward and settle. M. 8. & J. W. Baughman. PERSONAL POINTS. n Vacant m Thbre isn't Our I -:-- :- Miih Danville, Kentucky My friends will greatly oblige me if J. II. Kmnv continues quite ill. is quite sick. they will call and lattle their accounts. I Mns. Lizm McAusthh Mk. J. M. Hail is able to ho out on need tho money. M. F. Elkin. crutches. January Table Linens, Napkins and Towels Mb. T. 0. Ball, "the haby," is conroom in town, whereas a month ago fined to his bed with grip. there wero three. Times must be lookMiss Cowan, ol Montana, is visiting ing up. tho family of Mr lien Jones. Mies Lillian Fohbytiik, of Mercer, is Gait. B. N. Rollkh tells us that tho L. fc N. will hereafter visiting Miss Birdie Glvens. haul loaded stock cars MibsMaiioahrt Woods Jamks on tho front end of the train to avoid Littlk rough jars. is quite rick with pneumonia. .. 0 lai kb Oami'Ukll, of Loxinuton, was Hugh Jacoiis, yesterday, plead guilty over on a visit to his friends here. to carrying concealed weapon and was Mns. Wix Dillon, of Lifinpston, iB given 10 days and fined $25 by Judge visiting her sister, Mrs. Jeese Hout. Davison. Kav. 11. 13. Maiiony has been confined to his led with the grip for eeveral days, .CmcoiT court becan at Danville Mns. Mary F. Bhadlhv, of Hustoti- but as the principal murder case ville, spent several days with Mrs. W. P. has been removed to this county, th'n Tate. criminal docket is short. Mil. J. V. I'EitniN went up to Middles Mn. J. R. Hales tells us that he saw a boro yesterday. His family is visiting in buzzard with a bell around its neck FriGarrard. Mps. 8. P. Staoo has returned from a day. The ringing attracted his attention visit tn Mesdames J.T. and 0. T. Bohon and he could see the bell plainly. in Caney. Mr. J. R. Hales ia eolo agent for tho aa Mm J.Z. OAtfcON, of Lancaster, Manchester Peacock coal as will be seen over hero yesterday ndveriieing the Ma- by certificate published elso where and ho son Hotel. Bays it is th best coal on the market. . To The Elizabethtown Xewa contains a VVc determined months ago to make trade better in January. good picture of Banker and Councilman Wantid. Everybody owing me to that end we have gathered together several important lines of goods J. S. Grimes. come and settle within the month of that interest every one. These have been bought as cheap as money Miss Bbttik Paxton, who baH been January. After that time my collector can buy them, and as we get the cash at once (not 30 days) to pay ylsitingin Louisville for eeveral mouths, will call on you. Dr. J. G. Carpenter. returned Saturday. for them, we can afford to make close prices. We want you to come , Tub L. fc N. continues to make imwho has been Mrs. Martha provement at the depot. The latest is and sec our visiting her sister, Mrs. E. T. Pence, went the sodding of the embankment, as well to Louisvillo Saturday. J. H. Collibh, the clever merchant as all around the crushed Btone walk and hustling saw mill man, was down along the track. from Crab Orchard yesterday. I have placed my accounts in the Mrs. John W. Rout went to attend handn of Jeese D. Wearen for collection The prettiest patterns and more of them than ever before shown in the bedside af her uncle, Woodson Bal- - and will expect all who owe me to settle n,n,.;iU Th. fnllnwinrr n.itterns are all entirely new. viz: "Moitc lew, and was present at his death. in the next 30 dayB. I am determined Mr. H. 0. Thompson, of London, was "Plume," "Strawberry," "Blue Bells of Scot- on yesterday's train en route to Louis- to straighten up my business. Dr. J. F. Antique," "Scroll," Peyton. land," "Orchid," and many others. Prices range from 79c to $1.70. ville and throw off a couple of dollars to Messrs. A. B. Roiisbtbon & Bro., the Napkins in -S and 3- -4 size exactly to match. When you see the the I. J. Danville merchants, are enlivening y Hon. M. F. North, an old Bell county quality you will appreciate their cheapness. At 37 c we ofTcr heavy boy, and one of whom she is proud, is trade by offering $2,000 worth of taall linen Cream German Damask. At 48c both bleached and brown here to attend our court. Pineville ble linens, napkins and towels at special Bale. See prices elsewhere in this paper all linen German Damask. At 45c Gcnnine Oil Red Table Damask Courier. Mrs. D. B. Edmiston and Mrs. Joe and take advantage of them. made in Scotland. MbGlure, of Crab lOrcbard, wero here Cantata. Local talent, under the diyesterday. Mrs. E. has greatly improv- rection of Miss N. 0. B. McEwen, o' ed in health. Danville, will render the cantata, Rbv. and Mns. J. T. Shaiuiard will "Esther the Beautiful Queen," ut the accompany Mrs. W. K. Griffith as far as colored Bapliat church, Jan. 30. AdmisParis today and spend a few days with sion 15c or 25c lot a couple. About 20 very choice patterns in Cloth and Napkins at $5.25 to relatives there. Tuerb are 35 prisoners in the jail at $21 per set. All these arc entirely new except a few soiled sets that Cou T. P. Hill spent a day or two Mrs. Benedict Spaul-din- g, Bowling Green nnd court is in session, with his daughter, we arc selling out at less than cost. at Lebanon, and found her not with an unusually largo civil docket beside. Mr. ThoniM Miller 0sley went much improved in health. Mil. V. L. Evans moved his ife and at the right time ' nd iB, we hoar, already son, Allen Ray, from Hustonville Satur- in tho thickest of the fight. day and they are now comfortably domiThe Stanford Courier has made its apAll linen Towels, 1 )i yards long, and 24 inches wide, at 10c each. ciled at tho Myers House. pearance and it is a daisy. It is publishAll grades on up to 40c for some extra fine I luck Towels. Genuine Mksskb. Wm. M. Lackey, Jotin J. Mc ed by the drug firm of Craig & llocker. Extra values in Roberts, Jack 5 Rout and Mrs. John W, Dr. Craig writes tho medical articles and Scotch Barnslcy Crash, best in the world, as Rout attended the burial of Mr. T. W. Dr. Warren llocker tho poetry and toCrashes at 9c, 40 iikh. Butcher's Linen 15c yard. Remnants of Hallow nt Lancaster Sunday. gether they make a team hard to beat. Irish Linen very cheap. A war has reduced the price of Thkrk is now not an empty store- ... Fall Stock At Marvelously K !' "' - Sale LOW : PRICES. 0 vereoats and Suits At i $2,O0O Worth of FOR SPECIAL SALE. yen-terd- ay, ... 20PerCent. DISCOUNT. Simi-aon- Undemear, Ete., Proportionately Low. Call Early and Get Bargains. v TABLE LINENS. 5- Jan-nar- THE GLOBS. J. L.-Frohma- n & Co., -- DanvilleKy. to- , TABLE SETS, We are not going va QUIT THE AH SYSTEM J . ni iii TOWELS, CRA SHES, &C. I2c. As long as the people appreciate the many advantages: it affords, and we can offer advantages which the old way will not admit of. COME 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- itoTKi. f 1 to f 1 fler board to transients Cfrom day. Stanford Journal. Let'a go over to violt Sharrard. Paris Kentuckian. Gov. McOrkaiiy haa returned to Washington nnd to business, hut has not submitted to A trrcat variety of Gowns from an extra good one at 50c up to $2. tactics andan interview on tho Blackburn etate of things at Frankfort. ?.- Drawers from 2?c to $2. All of these arc of ci.:,.. II UMI hjft II If) rnm JW w Mary'Oartkr, Minnie Munday Misses the very best make and perfect fitting and cheaper than you can get and Ellio Wright and Mr. Ernest Carter The left yesterday for Bowling Green. then made at home. ladiea will attend the Southern Normal College and Mr. Carter the business col. lege. Mhs. Judge M. J. Durham gavo an elegant luncheon one evening last week in Tho table We have just put on sale 100 pieces choice new styles in Penangs honor ofiMrs. Gov. Bradley. Lexington in was tho handsomest seen iu for Shirt Waists, Wrappers, &c. Two qualities, 10c and 22c, both many a day and tho decorations of pink and greeu wero very elaborate. 36 inch. Mk. G. 0. Givkns was in town yeatcr-daand brought tho gratifying news 1 ic oarReady made Sheets and PilPride of the West Cottcn that his little daughter, Lucy Miller, iB 10c low Cases as cheap as by the slowlv improving and that tho doc " Wamsutta " tors think the crisis has paeaed. In menMasonville, . yard. tioning tho doctors who performed tho " Lonsdale operation on her we inadvertently in We bought these goods before cluded Dr. Black, when it should havo Fruit of the Loom " " ' 7lM SteeloBailey. Rival the recent advance in Cottons and been Dr. Ladies' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. rr.tr - The Old Mason Hotel at Lancaster has been newly repaired and refurnished and I am prepared to accommodate the public and want the Lincoln county people to remember me. Mrs. U. D. Simp-eoproprietress. n, m p-. . i The Central Kentucky Medical Society meeting at Danville, elected as president, James B. Kinnaird, Lancaster; vice president, G. E. Davis, Salvisa; treasurer W. D. Powell, Harrodsburg; Becretarv, Steelo Bailey, Stanford. Tho next meeting will be in Stanford in April. We have just oponed a bran new stock of Staple and Faucy Groceries, Tin, Glass, Wooden and Quoenswaro at II. J. old Bland, opposite the courthouse, and invite our friends to give goods and fair us a call. First-clas- s dealing shall bo our motto. Warren & Shanks. ts' SEVERANCE & SON. Dry Goods, Carpets and Shoes, lyOpposite First National Bank, under Odd Fellows' Hall. 100 PIECES NEW PENANG-S- We have moved to the RBBKOir JUL Store-room ! recently vacated by Severance & Son and you are cordially invited to y . COME AND SEE US. H. J. McROBERTS. 7c 7c 7 lV Barker Ellerton " " ......Gc are able to make very low prices. CITY AND VICINITY. Skr DankB' line of wedding presents. .. That Stanford ia not dead by n long shot, the receipts from freights show very decidedly Agent J. S. Rico says that iu 1S92, when everything was on a boom, he received from $2,500 to $2,800 per month for freight charges, now they run from $2,S00 to $3,500. There ia life in the old town yet. ' G-- Our lines of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods are Complete in every particular. For Overcoats, Mclntoshes, Gloves Rubber Goods we are headquarters. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Keep your eyo on W. W. Withers ad. Nicest line of wedding presents at Danka', tho Jeweler. ft n Buy your wedding Danks, the Jewoler. 25 acres presents Noticb ok . A. R. Mkktino. All ex. Union soldiers who foel an interest in the G. A. R are requested to meet at e in Stanford Saturday, the 25th inat.at 1 o'clock p. m, at whioh is from time it proposed to organize a Post of tho Grand Army Republic. George II, McKluney, Com'tee. court-hous- r Danville, Kentucky. House and ford for rent. Apply to II. Helm, agt. Ooh hooka are closed and all accounts must be paid immediately. Hughes & Tate. ,, eold for cash or exchanged for all CoAli kinds of grain and feed. J. II. Banghman & Co. 1 w:CMXCmtM0M $ rkil8&! W 36flF cs?.? Gks. Lkh). Tuat sterling 'old Confederate, Thomas Jefferson Hatcher, ia agent for the Life of Gen. Robert E Lee by his nephew, Gen. Fitz'auh Lee, the price of which is $1 and well worth it By taking thb Confedorato Veteran with it, howover, tho prico of which 13 SI a year, ho will lot you have both for 22. Tho Life of Lse is intensely interesting Youn account ia duo and must be paid.-- and absolutely correct, and is 'a valuable need the money. Call and nettle. W. coDtributiou to the hutocy ol fhe'Iinss, Cause., B. McRcberts. I of land in Stan- Plow Gear, Wagon Harness, Collars, i Collar Pads, Bridles, Check Lines &c.,-&-c. Call and see our Ylefalic Sewed Collars They are the Best. ' Wft If HIGGINS & McKINNEY.W V - w & fc-- X .. Mt -- . fS ... if i' isL ii. M" UXUS2E2B. irtfmsft-Xi.1f,..r.t- . ,nni a v HTf Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa MEWSYHOTES. --ThemSvenuo pofltodlce litfil year of Frank Lawler, ol AT Friday of heart failure. Ch!caRo, died IiMcSine. 8Bed 03, the father nnh sopstd 83.60 will be charged.- jay When not Tenn., 31 children, diod near Hilham, of urtv- AI ITnlchincs. the K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. at hia home in Daner, iBdangorouBlv ill Train leave Stanford at ;:i$ a m., eturnlrtg ville, lie iBufferinR from pneumonia. p. m. at 4:3 George Waters, a colored thief, was L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. killed while trying to rob a store nt ;p ra -- . 11 No. 11, Train going North so,t6. " 3;J" At San Miguel, Peru, the Biblca of aouin at. icu 1 3 p m PS; s, ; the American Bible Society were eolzed CRESCENT. QUEEN and burned. The Lexington cemetery hag 12,374 pats Junction City a follow: Trains year there were 321 m No. 1 South .. ..11 37 a n No a North ...3.56 p m craves in it. Last " m , .1.46 p j 06 a it. " 6 i ...risam iioimm "' to " ...6 00 a m interments. Sehrader. aced o, was given 8 40 p Hunrv 9 run no fur- Notb. Ncs. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 two years in the pen at Anderson, Ind., " oer tnan juncugn iiij for forgery. The total taxablo property of Shelby county ia f 9,500,000, nu increase of f -Tn-well-Known Cyn-tliiun- Published Evory Tuesday and Friday ys&B $1 9.143 " the LexlnKton Olarenco Mattingly, of Marlon, has created aacandsl by running off with Mies Ida Ciseell after having run off with her sister, Miss Junuie and reportHo now ing that they had married. stye ho is married to the younger one, but it is not believed he has married either rind a big ecjudal fa in fullbloom. Aluminum is the latest material for coffins. They are not likely to become popular at present as the price ranges from 400 to 750. diseases are traceable directly to tmpuntjes In the blood, and can be cured by eliminating them with l)r l flnM.n MHInl IJIICOTCrT' first thing It docs Is to put the whole di?eitlvo system into perfect order. It stimulates the eppe tile, excites a copious secretion ol the dfetstive It searches out fluids ftntl i ttunllation nrnmntM , . MV IT1VW nr. Villi them lll.li. and fnr ih. on, nfihe ivstem The "UOlUcn Medical Discovery" has been used with unvarying success for over 30 jvari. The sick man "knocking at the door of health sets In it he knocks the right way and stays out If he doesn't. There are thousands of ways or get ting sick, but only one way to got well. Do what ever you win, it you do not put vour uij pure. good order and make your blood rich and you will not k1 well. Kicb, pure blood is the on- Constlps .v.. kiAn.l A larcerait of all tion ! a No duns and plenty of .li.x.i .m.. 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. ..s 1 1 "Jabber's son, they any, could talk Editorial Maalnr;, ttural Editor (meditatively) How when only two weeks old." seldom wo know what is best for us. "That's nothing, ttiu BiuIm sayH Job Hero I've bocn pitching- into tho inter-stt.t- o cursed the day he was born." -J- udge. commerce law for 10 months. - CRAIG F. JL, AYEBS, & HOOKER, Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. 11 (I J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, POWDER Absolutely Puro.i A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. ROYAIBAKING POWDER 00., 106 Wall Street, Now Yqrte. BARKER HOUSE, Somerset, - - Kentucky. Ratei TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and office connected by Electric Bells. 47 Prompt and polite service to guests. M. S. Baoghwan. J- - w- - Baughuai.. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, FROrRlaVTORS UTVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, .rn Stanford, - - Kentucky. Nothing If you neod livery give ui a call.stable. See out ui turnouts will leave our for rates. In our first-cla- ss BLACKSMITH SHOP. s Will guarantee driers Tit our hor first-clas- work shoer. and satisfactor A. G. Lanhoa John B. Caitleinan. ROYAL insurance Company 4F LIVERPOOL,.. B ARBEE ( w & 0 ASTLEM MANAGERS, A8 Commerce Building, Louisville, . Agents throughout the South WV.A. TEIBBLB, Looftl Agent, T Mr & STANFORD, KY. .IK YOU AKEGOING THE Louiaviuc a NaaHViiic R. fl. Is the line for you, as its Double Daily Trains coouections at Make,close i .1 , LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. TIIROUGBK!TCSHCIkDED THROUGH v ? enquire of For any information Kl&E.Aeent, JOES. Stanford! Kj Sty. Midland R'y, Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Covington.Trains Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Time. Time Table Nov. 3, 1893. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7 THAWS EAST. a. m. p. m. p. m 6 53 I 00 4 5 y Frankfort A I ao 4a8 Elkborn 148 ay 47 t Stamping u round 7 S joj a 20 OeorgetownU... 7 43 f C.S. Depot.. 3 750 S5 Arr. 4 4 3 xaria... ...... w......m - j- to. WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. m. No. 8. TRAINS p.m. .- a. tn. p.m. a. 6 00 4 4 OS C T ... Pirii - 0 8 Cincinnati and Franlcfort Shortest and quickest between Only Ducct Lue Between 7 7 Stamp's Gro'd ia 8 40 7S " Eikhorn .... o 00 7 30 8 13 Arr Frankfort A... i SUNDAY TRAINS. Frankfort Leave Georgetown 10 to a. m; arrive " Georgetown B to to C. S. Depot o 07 6," 5 55 6 40 MavemFrankfort 4JPMidland - rtlv8 Georgetown Railway and connee-tiol- s 'The' Kentucky fo? and cheapest rout, to all pllsts Bontix, East, North and Wew. apply to their agents. BKRCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent.. GKO. B. HARPER, Kec'r SsGen.Sup Frankfort Ky county, Tennessee. The volcano Klleuea near Honolulu belching forth lava again after 13 is monthB euspenslon. A Vanceburs burglar became conscience-stricken and returned to its owr-o- r money Btolon by him. a sum of James J. Oorbett, the pugilist, has bought a racing stablo and will devote most of bis time to the bang tails. Five men were arrested at Dubnque, 18., for slaughtering superanuated hors es and Belling their carcasses lor oeei. At a dance in Montgomery county Levi Alirey shot at John Boiling, but missed him and killed Nathan Kennedy. The democrats carried Knoxvillo Saturday by 314 majority, electing a mayor and Beven ol the ninecouncilmenAfterdrinking a quart of whisky at single draught on a wager, Wolfe dropped dead at Youngatown, O Thieves blew open the Bale ol the Rrmrhum railroad at Versailles with dyn amite, got $50 and escaped on a bandcar. An Ohio woman died after a voluntary fast of 21 days, entered upon as n result of reading a Christian science book. Grief over the death of hia brother, whoBa funeral he was attending, caused CVonl Pofnatrnr nf PittsblirC. Pa., to hayo a fatal attack of heart disease. TllinoiH now has a railroad mileage iritmitoo Tchfcri !r the largest of any Stato in the Union, and 95 per cent, of the track is laid with steel rails. At Toledo, O, a girl made Bevem' unsuccessful attempts at Buicide aa a of the refusal of a young man to appear at the time set for their wedding. The Spanish cabinet hao deposed Capt. Gen. Martinez de Campos and his Lieutenant Gen. Arderiue, who have failed to check the revolution in Cuba. -- Near Huntington, W. Va , Henry Estepa and George Phillips were fatally shot by Elijah Walls, a neighbor. The shooting was the result of a quairel about a fence. The Spanish government has appointed Gen. Valdriano Weyler to take charge of affairs in Cuba. He is expect ed to arrive at Havana shortly to assume the duties of governor general. The court of appeals has affirmed the judgment of the Kenton circuit court flniug the Covington pool rooms S0O, hut rPCPrsPH the iail sentence. It de clares such establishments public nuis ances. One hundred and seventy-sitowns have been blotted out When the starving remnants of their people are murdered, the Bultan will publish again that peace and good order prevail. While Judge Hugh Whiteside, of Chattanooga, was crawling under his house to shoot a dog that lind inado night hi.ipnus. his cun was discharged and ot o ol his legs was so badly Bhot that it had to be amputated. Mrs. Martha E. Holden, well known to many newspaper readers as "Amber," died at a Chicago hospital ol cancer. Her letters from Lexington during the contest, was a feature of hat sensational canvaBS. Representative Evans introduced n bill appropriating SO.COO to complete the improvements of the falls of the Ohio at and near Louisville, according to plans already perfected, with raodiiica-lon- s of the secretary of war. A company has been organized at! Lsxincton with a capital stock of 530.0CO to manufacture a gas machine which it 5r naid will furnish cas at 35 cents per tioueand. Work began yesterday and !0 men will bo employed regularly. Lewis Kedwine. the defaulting cash ier of the Gate City National Bank, of Atlanta, is decorously ill with consump tion and an effort Is being made to secure a pardon for him. He was sent up six years and has served less than two. The L. & N. was fined 500 at for discriminating utf&inat colTwo persons who ored pajsengera. chartered a train made two colored passengers ride in the baggagu car while the whites occupied seats in the passenger coaches. Masked men went to the homo of Joseph Day, of Jackson county, Tenn., and demanded his money. He refused to give It up. and was banged to a tree. They then tried to make his wife tell where the money was and on her refusal her bralna were beaten out. Barti-cbever re-su- it Assistant Eh? Those who have used I)r King's New Dlscov those who have not, have "I should have been on that trnhi ery know its value and try it free. Call on tho ad. now the opportunity to which plunged into thnt opon Bwltch vertUcd drugRist nd get a tiial bJttle free, bend II. K. llucklcn lust night if kind Providence In Ills in- your namebottle of Dr. King's.V Co., Chicago, and New 1.11c Vills as get a trial and Household scrutable wisdom hnd not wived mc. I well as a copy of Guide to llealthguaranteed to do Instructor tree. All of winch is could not get n pass."-N- . Y. Weekly. you good and cost you nothing at A. K. 1 enny s drugstore. m rolletl AkuIii. TTcro (modern drnniit) Great heav Froo Pills. $1894. & Co., sddress Send ens! Sty rival has just nrnnged to con- Chicago,your get a Iree to It E. llucklen King s Mrs. Helen Reynolds, of Indianaposample bos of Dr. vey tho fatal pnper to Irene's father. New Life and 1'ills. A trial will convince you tf their lis, cave birth to four boys. All ore alivo merits. These pills are easy In action and are Lost! Lost! Lostl doing nicely. particularly effective in the cute of constipation and Stanch Friend I fenr the worst mnd sick headache. Kor malaria and liver ttcub Masked robbers hanged Farmer job But etayl lTov sends ho the ptiporV lesthey hsvc been proved Invaluadle. They are guaranteed to bo perfectly frse from exery deleteDay and brained his wife in Jackson MBy a messenger boy." rious substance aud to b purely tellable. They er Heaven forgivo mo! All Froo W. S. BTTHCH, r. e. Attornoy at Law, Urlclclayer & Stonecutter Stanford, - - Kentucky. Stanford, Kontucky. Cusranters First Class work In every parMcu-liTnces tCAsanable. Has had r years' 91 'iou,e Office on Lancaster Street, oppotitc the Conrt Collections receive cspcclsl attention S3 espe-nenc- Jm A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, DR, W. B. PEWITS'. SS .2 I have It! Glvo tho boy a nickel to buy soino marbles or "Ah! crap-dlcc- ." "Saved " K. Y. Weekly. uuglirHl At. Tbo brook looked up In the lc? man's face, 1 do not wraken by their action, but by iriving tone to the stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the system. Kegularslie 15c per ooz. aoia oy n U. cltobortl, druggist. Office over McRoberu' Drug Store in tho Owsley lltillding, Stanford, Ky. la charge paint J. W. COOK, shop. Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. the Post-Otn- The Anfl bubbled In KurRltnK kIoo: lake beyond Is the place for you Tou cut no Ice with me." Puck. TWELVE AT NIGHT. Mn Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, 111., wst told by her doctors she had consumption and that there wsa no hopo for her, but two bottles of Dr Kick's New Disco ery completely cured her and she says il saveJ her life, Mr. Thos. Kggers, 130 Florida St., San Kianclsco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching consumption, tiled without result every thing else then bought one bottle ol Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was cured, lie is naturally thanklul. It is such results of which these are samples, that prac the wonderful efficacy of this medicine In coughs and colds, tree trial bottles at G. L. l'cnny, Kaor's Regular size 30c and tl. Drug-Store. Two Llvoa Stvvod. Oflict on Main Street, Opposite J W McOI.NN'IS. In charge trimming shop, THOMAS Y. SHAW, DANV1ILI!, KV., G. B. COOPER, Proprietors of......... Builder and Dealer in All Kinds of Carriages. Kcpal'ioc a Specialty. Work ibne and warranted to give satisfaction. All work done when promised. All accounts due when work Is dego livered. Your patronage solicited. Livery aud. Feed Stable, STANFOllD, KY. Having bought of P W Green Ins Llrerv business ana added new buggies aud burses, w. arc prepared ta furnish ' FIRST-CLAS- S Father I want my daughter to hnfe as good a home alter marriage as alio has TURNOUTS now. Suitor She will have if you don't null ofi any of your furniture. MM Tho man is there, and he is feeling out of sight too. Judge. Kept Green. Tho widow's weeds of that latter day. After tho tear has dried that started, Grow ofteneat, I grlevo to soy, Upon the grave of tho dear departed. Day City Chat. In Accordunco with the Facts. Before tho English missionary wan half gone tho king of the Ooglyzooks Buddnly gasped, turned purple, and falling undrr what would have been tho tablo If canntbnls ever used such things, expired In great aony. Tho coroner's jury wit on him at once. "Died from n foreign subject lodging In his throat," was their verdict. N. Y. Itecdrder. Slnecrlty Itnelf. Ada How can you be so insincere? You &ald you were sorry you were out when he called. Ida No; I said I was sorry he called when I wm out. Ada Well? Ida He is likely to call some time when I nm in. N. Y. Herald. A IIllildlllK Diplomat. Ethel (aged six) I don't love you ony more, grandpa. Grandiva Wb,v Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels ami kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Hitters. This medicine does not stimulate and contains no whisky nor other intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and an alterative. Il acts only on the slomacha and bowels.addiui; strength and giving tone 10 Ine organs, thereby aiding nahlec-tri- o ture in the performance ol the functions Haters Is an excellent appetiser and aids digestion. OIJ people find it just exactly what they need. Prtce 30c per bottle at W. il. McKoUrts' drug store. For a pain ia thechetl a piece of Hinnel damp-enewith Chsrabertnn's Pain lUlm and bound on over the sect ol the pain. an1 another on the luck between the shoulders, will siford prompt relief. This is specially valuable in cases where the pain Is caused by a cold and there is a tendency toward paeumonla. For sile by Craig A Hooker, Stanford, Ky. Old Peoplo. On short notice The traveling public ill And us always ready and willing to lufnisn Drue SPKINO AND SUMMIU cither single or double, or Carri- in. rs' sgesef all kinds at very LOW PRICES. The to Boautifyltho Ladies. boys In and around town will also find us the people la deal with. Stop within when in town at Dallv onenininc. New Hats, (lowers and laccal couits and entertainments and your horse and will b. wsil cared for, assnrance to the trauotnai tn.y wu. We give the G. II, COOI'KK find In our establishment the same csilusivencss Myers House Stable, Stanford. Ky S7 n style of patterns, hats and benneta and all the leading novelties in Millinery for which we are known throughout the country. OUR Hl'STLlNC 1NSI RANCH MAN, 1 have secured a trimmer for the season. Thinking yu lor past favors, we respect, fully solicit your patronise hercter.re so Itbcrslly M D DUDDI.RAR' bestowed. KATK DUDDKUAK, Manager. Who repreteats the Old KeliaMs Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Detroit Mich, can write you all the most faversMc plans ol Inmir I snee. He aso represents Die ld reliable Central Tobacco Warehouse of tamsvlite. Ky, and will be glad to have a liberal shaie of Jour patronage. Will le leady to cooler all the fivers that tin tie goods of the lsttsl styles Just received New Call In and sec the largast snd best assarted line given by any warehouse Liberal cash advance ever brought to Stanford. Prices as low as the snenta madnou coaslgnmrett, both ia tar wareI will be at Stanford evory house and country lowest. court day Patties wanting hegshnsdi, prurs or Elegant line Linens and Kmbretdcry Material. money should address m. at 1'alnt Lik, Ky. MISSL1CCIE HEAZLEY, Prompt atlrr.Hoo guaranteed. room Sunferd, Ky Something .,...., v.-hi- flrsl-cla- ts M. W. JOHETSOIT, TO TH3S LADIES tbo table, always cnt and never eaten? A' pack of cards. What is that whirh Adam never saw, never possessed and yet Rare two to each ol his children? Parentis. What ia the difference between a eailor and a beer drinker? One puts hia sail up and the other puts Ids alo down. Not a lew who read what Mr. Robert Howls, o Ho.lan.li, Va.hu to sy below, will remember their own cipcncncc under like e'reumstances 'Last winter I hid la grippe whit left me in a 1 tried numerous F. U. RILEY. Proprlotor, remedies, ow state of health none of which did me any good, until t wsa in - ducrd to try a bottle 01 Chamberlain s Cough Rerredy The first bottle ol it ao relieved n.e that I was enabled to attend to my work, and the I have moved to my new Hotel and am belts. second bottle effected a cure.' the public ever to For sale at 1$ and 50 cents per bottle by Craig k Srcparsd thanattached, accommodate and every convenience de Hocker, htantord Ky. sired. Give me a call. TRANK RILKY. la that which iaollen Oroupbt'o "What DON'T FORGET THAT THE RILEY HOUSE THE FAVORITE MILLS, ATMcKlNNKY, KY., Havejust been overhauled and repaired ftoa bot tou to top by the famous Richmond City Mil Walks, of Richmond, Ind, and with capacity now increased, are doing more and better work than oer before, and with the old reliable D V Kennedy as head miller, you are sure of good Flour and fair treatment. He suie and bring us your grinding and when buyiBg call ler our old and wall established brands. Favorite Patent, Ladies' Favorite and Vakert' Choice. HATES A SON, Successor to K, L. Tanner & FavorileMilbng Co, London. n Kontucky. Splendid Farm For Sale Or Exchange On pik, two miles Fsst of Huitonville. tains Con Farmers Bank&Trnst Co Is aow fully . 140 Acres of Fine Land, Or STANIORD, KY., orjsnhcl and ready far business - with State or would take a clean stock of groceries and hardware In part payment In somo llva town, or will tell part cash, balance tn Ave )eara' lime ptominent druggists ef ."lushing, Michigan. They or longer for desired. Forfurthcr particulars call if tion in rcomraer.dlng on or address, say: "We have no hK. D. KENNEDY. Chamberlais'a Cong '.tempdv to our customers, liustonvllle, Ky. 8j im as it is the best cough tneditlnc we have ever sold, and always gives satisfaction," Fot sale by Craig A Hecker, Stanford, Ky. -i not, Ethel? x Ethel 'Cause I love you so much already that I couldn't lovn you any more If I trleq. Please give me five ceuta. X. Y. Weekly. A Old Lady (compassionately! Itaro Thine. fellow! I suppose your blindness Is incurable. Have you ever been treated? Blind Man (sighing) Yes. mum, but nqt often. 'Tnln't many ns likes to bo seen goln' into a saloon with a blind beggar. N. Y. World. Poor Father ing about just now? Son I don't know. Father Why, you saw and heard it Untruinlntublc. What was your mother talk- all! Son Yes, but she was talking to the baby. Loudon Judge. HIcliteuUM SUCCESSOR to Til K LINCOLN NATIONAL. DANK Ol STANFORD. -. Noi closing u p) with the sasat assets and under the same management. My provisions of its chiller, depositors are as fully protected as aie depositors In National Dinks, its shareholders being held Individually liaole to the eattet of the amount of their stock Buoklln'a Arnica Salvo lh.re.in at the par value theirol, in addition toths : amount invested in such shares. Il may actsa The best salve in the world for cuts, brujiess esscutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully sarei, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chsp-p- ed and all skin eruptions, hands, chilblains, corns sn individual. STANFORD. KY. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us it positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. Ills while mnaginf? Ihe Lincoln National Hack ol guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money sale by refunded. Price $ cents per box For Stanford, we we here lender our many thanks and WILLIAM SllELTON. President. W il MeRiuVrls, druggist. trust they ill continue to transact their buticesc S. 8AUFLEY, I.sdy Principal. 'with us, offering as a guarantee far prompt nutatMRS. NANNIE ion to sawe, our twenty years' mpcrieoce ia Miss Emma L. Martin, Pesiding Teacher in the banking and as liberal accuuimodatieos at arc conStudy Hall; San sistent with sound banking. ..To the Miss Mary Cowen, Princtpil ol the Music DeDiuaiTOHs: partment; J J. Williams, Mt. V.rnuuj . II. Sbsnks, Stanford, Mary P. Harris. Principal of the DepartMiss ments ol Art and r.lecullori. .... Via The J. S. Owsley, Staulerd; S J. Eiubry. Stafford; Session wiU'.Begin WednesJ. U Owsley, Stanford; 22. day, J. F Cash, Stanford William Gooch, Stanlerd; For terms, Ke, send for Circular or call at the A. W. Carpenter, Mlllcdgevllle, College, NT W. II. Cummins, Preachers I He S. H. Sfeanes, President, ' Only Dining Car Route From Dr. J.'H. OwsJcy.iCaihier, DD. W M. llrlght, Teller. ,-- -, arelheirbct Inendsaud take pleasure In supplying them with th bvst goeds obtslnahlf. an instance we mrntioa P.try A Cameron, As Many merchants are aware that their custo-mer- s WeU Improved and In an excellent neighborhood Land lies well. Will eichsnge for a smaller or a Cheaper puce in this or any good county in the Paid np Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. 20,000. STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE. u Portland. Francisco. Next January (5isv;urJir'mTAhrJ5" xOTjrxsTrxx.XaE S. CAZLFEITTEIR,, OFHUSTONVILLK, "Waiter," called the Indignant guest to tho cnreless attendant, who had spilled some of the toasted cheese qu the tablecloth. "I wwsh you would clear off these Wel.di-rabbtracks." Chicago Tribune. Denver. it Wrath. Elegaut Pullman Vestlbuled Slee pets of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address rilANKJ. RF.ID.) f E.H.P.BACON A.. D. 01 G. P. Agent, (. Louisville ) Chicago. He sure tn call for Monon Route. TO CHICAGO. j St. Paul. SHIP YOUR PRODUCE TO HERNDON-CARTE- R INCORPORATED. CO. Will carry a full line ol genuine Oliver Chilled Plows, Sliver Steel Plows and repairs for ihe Gale and other leading tanning Implements. The Walter A. Wood Mower and Reaper Machines, Cultivators of the best quality, best lluggie- - for th money, Phaetons, burreys and Carriages of the richest qualities and fanciest and latest styles. The best grade of light buggy harness and tho cheaper grades. Collsrs, hames, bridles for farm purposes, breeching and airap work of all kind Furniture of all descriptions. 1 runks, bags, traveling telescopes, horse blankets, buggy rugs, stove and stove fixtures. &c, all ol vnich ho incites your attsntton and inspection and piomitn to deal justly and act honorably with you la all Uansae-slon- s. Thanking my many customers for their patronage In the past year, I solicit a liberal con. tiouance, and wish them all a happy new year, D. S. 80 tt Huaionville, Ky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock Surplus . 8100,000 - 23,700 business, having more We handle every thing on commission, and do the largestdealing is the secret ol Careful, prompt, aud honest buyers than other houses. our success. Correspondence invited. Price currents mailed free H.Y, 313-31- 0 Murrell Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVIIilE, fr le Splendid Assortment to select from. 111 Oamp-bellavil- Chinaware and Glassware We are the leaders. Attention of the public is invited to tho far that this Is the only National Hank in StanforJ Under the provisions of the National Hank are secured not only by the capital stock, but bv the stockholders liability lor en amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this Institution are secured by a fund of 1400,00a. Five sworn ttatomenta of the condition of the bank are mads each yearto the United States government and Its assets are examined at stated time by government agents, thus securing ajdititoaa : : aua perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1858, then iied aa the National Hank ol Stanford in i3$ and aa the KENTUCKY. again Iri iS3, has had First National liank ol Stanford piactlcally an uninterrupted existence of is years. It is better supplied Offers his services o tne people ol West Linnow with facilities for transacting business prompt hull stock of Colli in ly and liberally than ever coln and" Casey Counties before in its long and and Caskets alwayk on hand. honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduS Manager. D. S. Carpenter, ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solie-te- J. T. ST7TTOST. UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, d. Don't buy till you see our stock. that we are closing out our Remember Stoves, Saddles, Harness and at Cost. Everything in the Grocery and Provision line at leasonable ' Come early and see cur display. FARRIS & HARDIN. :a- -- The Directory of this Bank is composed ol Forcstua ltoid, Lincoln county; S.T. Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; STANFORD, KY., S. II. lliughtnan.l Lincoln; Sil-verwa- re fur ou'.v 35 cents, rhvV, Ir Mail d..l.i J. S. Hocker, Stanford; Key Checks, Metal Cnecks of ror luggage and W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; Iliriir,..- - Dog License uuecai. evey all klnus. M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Mines. Ch'ains. Jtc. Stamping on Metal and gen T. P. Hill, Stanford; eral repairing. Shop ovor M. D. fcluiote'sS6 store, prices. Stanford, Ky. K. L. Tanner, McKlnnsy; M. J, Miller, ML Vsrnoo.Ky I will take all the hides I can gel LT T Pi or In trade lor leather on J. S. Hocker, President; for cash Otten-helJuo. J, McRoberts, Cashier; court days at Stanford or at iny homo in Chss. Knnsho, Tanner. A A. McKlnnsy, Asit. CaihUr CALL ON.. F. G. BRADY, v.. fO illJJJlO. ,j atjt'JUA Jt- j--- J .jtt-- tft-- i Ui jSA' . k.