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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896012401 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. nj.M. ...fjU.,,. T a Vf '" l gy "'vw "w r ll l - l Iemi-Weekl- y ; VOL. XXIII. ! STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 24. 1896. ON A LOCAL NATURE. Interi RI COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY.? sOT'TIB TVT A W NO. 93 k WILIAMSBURB, WHITLEY COUNTY. Mr. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE . k Tho Bubject of Elder George Gowen'B sermon Sunday morning will be Bettor f ISU 10. Mr. J. L. JoncB, o this plncr, Than a Bbcop. Hob Williams was killed by his 15- were niar-rlMrB. Myers, ol l'lenaant View, Tbo bosrd of Supervisors are still in year-olbrother at Harrogate, Tenn,., in Ranges outof the Range of all other Ranges, yet within the Range lnt wnpk. seBiion nnd it may bo some days before fit o(nnKer. The Koatucky Lumber Co. oxpeclH of all wanting they complete their wotk. Hanker O. 1). (Ihnnanlt'fl handsome tohavetholrnew saw mill running u Tho ladies' aid society of the Ohri-tia- n residence in Richmond was destroyed by thol6to( February. church will meet after f 15,000. Miss Loulee Whltnott, who has been fire. noon with Mra. H. M. Bnllou. Mrs. Phicbe ScholieM died m Mercor visiting Misa Nell Freeman for about two A dinner will bo served by the ladies t county Monday, aged IK). She left her market. Call and to her homo in weekH, roturnud of tho Methodist church next Monday at We have the only Wrought Iron Range on the Misa Lida Cook. estate of several thousand dollius to He Wednesday. and see them. The sidewalk that has been laid on Mr. Hunloy Singleton's meat store. Mr. L. D. Denham baa rIvou up tbo rea cburoh iu that county. Mrs. W. A.Anderson gavo a birth morcban-dlg- o J. H. Brooks, who was arrested in Richmond at. is n great improvement to law practico nnd rodo Into thu day dining tober of.her friends at It. I). HIU waa In Richmond Istst week for grand larceny Unit portion of town. Let the good work her home in buslnesa. Hon. wile of Lancaster in honor - committed In O.jIo, is wanted at Wil- go on. Mr. Henry Gentry, tho enterPinevlllo Monday nlRbt on leal bu&lprising bUcktJiiiitti, laid the first portion of her 03d birthday. liamsburg, this State, for forgery. nees. Dr. II. M. Grant has been appoint Gov. Bradley has appointed the fol- of it. Mr. Olol Terrlll, of Gurrard county, od by the State,, boird of health es a Tho moeting of the "Senate" at the has moved to this place to rIvo bin eons lowing comaihvionera for Kentucky In memhor of the board of Garrard county. ecbools here. Mifsea stitutHfor Deaf Mute: Geo. W. Welsh, court house last Monday evening found the benefit ol tbo all tho Senators present with Mr. Ed His commission begin Jan. 1, '00, and Lick nnd Mlsaes Tinsley, ol Barbonrvllle, vice M. I). Logan; 0. P. Cecil, vice G. F Smith presiding. Several good ppeeches continues till Jan, 1, 'OS. apont Sunday boro visiting relatives and Ue; J. A. Cheek, vice John Powell; Cash Pumphrey, an industrious, powere made by Mesars. Wllliame.iWaltor, vice W. 0. Young. friends. lite young man, of this place, has taken Tho university studouta aro having B.'thurum nnd othern. Miea Lena Irvine, of Louisville, Ib We still exist. A new and elegant line of Ladies Shoes, Ills thought that when tho now It, charge of tho Danville-- ' hack and will be Mrs. a heap of fun. The other night hero visiting Misa Gertrude Lester. R. is built we may get tho machine ready henceforth to accommodate all including J.N. PrestridRO has Rone to WaablnRton they siturated tbo latches of tbo princi- shops here, ns witli a little expense plen passengers that wish transportation (i' father, Congressman John D pal bouses in town with tar an J they to vlalt her ty of water that will not rust tho en- ther to or from this city. Clardy. Hon. 0. W. Lester went to will laugh on the other uido of their faces Adjutant General D. R. Collier is at gines is available. Tis true wo live Frankfort laat week to enter upon bis du- when BOMi.ib.iJy claims tho 30 re- among the home this week and reports things right hills, but Mt. Vernon Is the ward for their apprehousion by the may-o- ( ties es State inspector. lively at tbo State Capital. Ho thinks coming town. Tailor made Richmond. tbo Tbo court of appeals overruled The Leap Year party given by Mrs. Dr. Hunter will be tho Senator. Ho will Manse Rector, the notorious horse-thi- ef In .tho Proctor petition for a rabenrlnR return to Frankfort in a few days. now in jiil at London, was convict- Georgio Rico nnd Mifs Florello Brown Coal Co. caso and tho Whitley county Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes at right figures. Tho ladies of tho Baptist church are last Tuesday evening was enjoyed by a officers have at last gotten control of tbo ed of rape at McICee, Jackeon county, largo number of young people. Wo contemplatidg another entertainment in business. Dr. GatliiT, JudRO Finley and and given 20 years in the pdnitentinrv. tbe near future. They may hare it iiavo not loarnod J. W.8ller wero in Louisvlllo Monday to Eight of. the jurors were for hanging. ladies proposed, how many of the young about Valentine, Feb. 14. These enter hut we nre inclined to girl just settle up with the old officers and take Rector assaulted a prising women havo met with much across tho Madmou line, and was captur- believe that they will not make use of success in their past efforts and a continof the bualneea. charRO the Leap Year privilege. Mr. K. K. .NeUon and Miss Lida ed a short time ago iu Illinois. Fifty per cent. Reduction in Millinery. uance of tho samp is ardently hoped for. Died in this city on Tuesday after a Elder J. S Sweeney, pAstor of tbo Meadows, both of tbm place, wero mar. Tbo law calling for doctors to register short Illness of diphtheria nnd Bcarlet 25 per cent, reduction in ladies' Capes and Cloaks; also in all Comrledattbo bride's father's Wednesday, Christian church, Paris, received a all births and deaths in their profession fever, George, the little child of Mr. and ceremony tbo bridal from Dnbucinu, announcing . Jan. 15th. After tho has been complied with, and only a few forts and Blankets. years. In- - exceptions are to be found throughout couplo lolt for a visit to Mr. Xolson'a tho death of hU brother, William Swee .Mrs Samuel Evans, aged ... .. i mu j.nucmer cemeterv on Ala- uuiiieui in &i father at Newcomb, Tenn. Tbey alao ney, aged (13 years. Mr. S.veenoy WRfl i. A new lot of Elegant Calicoes and Ginghams, all 5 cents. tho county. Garrard can boast of having Wednesday. .Much sympathy is felt for visited Knoxvlflo while Rono, returning surveyor of customs at tho port of I)u- Call and see us and you will save 14 Esculaplau followers within its bor- ronia and Arbuckle's Coffee at 20. Sunday night. Kev. J. X. Prestrido said liuque and was n relative of Secretary tho Borrowing psrenta, especially for Mrs. ders, nine in the county and five in tbe Respectfully, money. CH AS. WHEELER. Carlisle. He was born In Casey county. Evans, who is so faraway from her own city of Lancaster. tbo ceremony. Tho Howard Quartet Club gave an Faulkner Jordan, who killed Mor family and Stito, Florida, iu this her Rov. R. M. Campbell and wife, who hero Ust Saturday oven-Id- r gan oung at .Snlvisa, about eight years great grief. entertainment Mt their old Kentucky homof some J. W. Xssbitt left for :Xow Orleans at tho Congregational church. This ago, and who to Montaua, nnd was ago to live in San Francisco, reWednesday on a business trip. MrB. months course recently brought lHck to liarrodnburg is the first of the regular lecture in port the church to which Mr. Campbell for this winter, which will be followed by iroun ami lodged in jail, was tried on a J. J. Williami has recovered from wns called in moat nourishing condition. severe illness, we are Scarcely a Sunday passes Dr. James Headly, Febu 12; J. DeWitt writ of habeas corpus before County her recant without at least Miller, March 0. and Gen. J. IK Gordon Judge Beu Roach and refused bail. The pleased to note. Mr. Willis AdHtns and 2 or a additions. The salary of Mr. of will close some llmo In tbo latter part evidence lor tho Commonwealth proved family have taken rooms nt tho Brick Campbell baa boen been changed from Hotel until their homo is rebuilt. Two March. Tbo people here ar very en- him Rti'lry of a foul murder. 200 to $1,800, which ia an evidence not charming young ladies of Wildie, Misses ft, and thusiastic over tho locluro coura H. 0. Mills, who was Johnson when only of his growing popularity, but of patronUo It well. A season ticket costs he ran a shoe shop hero, got cast in his Ann Stuart abd Ellun Butnor, are visit- his efficient work. only f 1 and about U00 weru sold beforo suit ve. thu Adams Express Co. at Rich- ing friends hero. Mesars. Mullins and The statement of Marlb entertainment Saturday night. The mond for 51,073 for damages for circula- Cumminga have bought lota in tbe west cus Jennings has been taken before MagA good Suit for $3.50, a better one for S5 and ?. still better one for committee cleared f 25 laat year Btid they ting libelous nnd defamatory mattor con- end of town and expect to build houses istrate Jack Dunn. Jt will bf emem-bere- d $6.60 and on up to Sio. hope to do as well this year, although cerning him. A shoo firm shipped thereon nt once. that in a difficulty with a negro Last Friday evening was spent both will coat connidera thq coureo thla year named George Diamukes some weeks Mills n bill of goodn 0.0. D. that Mills Remember these are our Closing Cash Prices and we propose sellpleasantly and profitably by tbo Salama- bly more money. ago, Jennings' skull waa broken, and at ing every thing in proportion. did not take out. Tbe express agont noWe do not want any winter stock left Court is progressing very nicely. Eli- tified tbe Louisville merchants by postnl gnndi club in tbe elegant parlors of Miffl the time it waa thought he would in 30 days. The entire thing must go. Heavy Underjah Myers has boon given three years in card that Mills was unable to raise tbe Mattio Willinms. After roll call and butnt this writing he ia reported in our house quotations given by each member, tb penitentiary for gram! larceny, J. W. necessary money. Comforts, Cloaks and every thing wear, Wool Hosiery, Home-mad- e ia n dyiog condition. Jennings' statereport waa followe'd by an in- ment ia that tho trouble arose over n Dilla threo years for detaining a female, Col. William Duke was found dead now goes. We carry the best line of Black Dress Goods in"the city Sam Ward two years for robbery Bnd in bed at Danville Wednesday. Ho bad structive article entitled "The New game of cards, and that Horace Graham and they are to go. Lace Curtains, Lace Bed Spreads, Muslin UnSouth" by R. G. Williams, Miss Margaret Hiram Powers one year for not been confined to bin room, but was held him while Diamukes struck the derwear, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, Men's Boots and Several civil cases have also been subject to violent fi's of coughing, and Kinnaird epitomized a etory entitled blow. "The Widow's Yarn," Mrs. J. W. Neabit1 diaposodof. The Rrand jury after Every line is perfect and we are determed to close. Come is supposed to have ruptured a blood Miss Moody Poulter has returned Shoes. about 100 indictmonts adjourned vessel while sutlering with one of them. read tho second chapter of an original from a protracted visit to the Misses Tur-pi- and try us. Tuesday ovenlng. Capt. S. V. D. Stout, Col. Duke waa iu his 03th year, was n story, "Constance," Miss Helen Ritchie of Richmond. Mr. A. 0. Robinson our new Commonwealth's attorney, is native of Scott county nnd a soldier played a difficult selection upon the and brother, Judge J. S. Robinson, are pushing business along and judging from in tho Moxicin war. Four children, all piano, Dr. A. G. Lovell and Prof. in Columbus, Ga., at the bedside of their tho start he Is making, will make a good from his first marriage, survive him. Pierce debated the Bubject "Resolved sick brother, Mr. Fleece Robinson. Misi That tho Sandwich Islands Shall be An officor. JudRO J. W. Alcorn, of Stanford, They are Mrs. W. B. Kanney, of WoodMinui& Wearon has roturnod to her home noxed to the United States." Those of London, 0. II. WadII. O. Eversole, ford, Mrs. L. W. Tnrleton, of Fayette, in Lower Garrard after a visit to friends who failed to prepare work assigned ofdle, of Somerset, nnd John Hay, of Mrs. Lucy Gates and William Duke, Jr., iu Richmond. Miss Martha Tillett is at are among the visiting attor-nov- of InduHindeuce, Mo. He waa once one fered apologies sud nil were treated to a home from a short visit to friends in hero this term. Tho trial of Smith of thu largest laud owners in Central delightful repast by tbe thoughtful hos- Lexington. Rav. W. A. Grinstead, of tess. from Porry county Is sot for Thursday Kentucky. Stanford, was a visitor of hia daughter, (yesterday). Danvili.k.-T- uo case of Frank Ellis, Mrs. Dr, Bryant, last week. Mrs. T. M Dr. Claiborne J. Walton, Seuator Goodknight is visiting in Frankfort. A IIaNoinc!. At the dead of midnight from Hart county, who by tho way is a for killing Micaj th Rawsey, waa called, aud owing to tho sickness of witnesses iu May, 1S5S, the" citlzeu3 of Stanford cousin of the writer in blood but no reThe libel case of tho Mason-Foarwere aroused from their dumber by the lation in politico, has, says tha Frankfort for tho defense, continuod until the next Co. against tho Louisville Truth and of court. Georgo Lykes, negro, for clatter of horses' feet and wore soon correepouent of tho Louiavillo Times, term highway robbery in which ho got only others was on motion of defendants eet fact that a. mob about unuaual family surroundings. rnsdo nwaro of the for trial at Frankfort Truth has His late i'J.'Jo, waa given six years. Ed All the latest Magazines, Books and Fashion Papers received as Gaines 100 strong wero approachinR tho jail for wife'n grand mothpr, his secured the deposition of one Ed M. soon as published. Weekly, monthly and yearly subscriptions rews fined f 150 foreelllng liquor unlawthe purpose of wreaking vengeance on a is a member of his household, fully. L. Hsya that he saw the stub of a check for ceived. A calendar for ( or S H. Hudson, the 1896 to present you. lopn. prisoner who had murdered drawn to the order of L. C, Norami at hoifle hfi has n number of grand- horseman of this city, has been awarded ?9,000, Bucured their They effected entrance, New, Fresh Drugs and Chemicals to compound your prescriptions with this notation on the margin children, one of whom is 17 years old. a g3vernment contract for furnishing 80 man, man arid taking him out the Huetonvillo Mrs. Whitman, who is thb great, great Perfect accuracy and dispatch. of dividends with. cavalry horseu, aud will commence buy- of tho Btub, "pro rata share pike, huug him to a tree by roadside on iu tho enss is 02 years ing them at for years ending at" witness failing to ouch iu this and surroundtho top of Cemetery hill. A few years old, and is not only well and healthy remember the years. a negro was legally hung near the enough to havo coino hero witli her ing counties. Mm. James W. Guest left later It is said that there are but seven today for Louiavillo, where she has taken brldRO on tbo same pike, in the grandson-iii-labut id his housekeeper a houso on Second nine lettered monosyllabic words in tho street near St. Catherof our city, aftor first being bap at nome. Iudeed.flhe giyeaauch promise Eaglish language scratched, Dealer in Si. Aeaph. This was 30 odd of (uturo yoiira that it is altogether pos- ine. Sho will bo joined by Col. Guest in tired in tho scrancbed, screeched, squelch tho spring or earlier If ho disposes of his years "ago, but not until tho other night sible that ooiho of her nearly grown property hero. The marrlago of Dr. H. ed and staunched. baa Stanford siuce been tho scene of a groat, groat grand children may marry At the race meeting of the New genuiuo hanging. Passing down Lower and havo a family ere her death, and M. Marsh to Miss Maria Caldwell occur Louisville Jockey Club next spring 1,000 Metal Rooling, Farm and Yard Fence, Main street a night or two since, I heard then tho venerable lady would be the red at the Methodist church Wcdneeday horses have bean entered, comprising SIDING, weeping, wailing and gnashing of teeth, oldest of six living generations, which and waa quito an elaborate affair. Dr. E. many of the best on tbo turf. II. Penrce, of Winchester, officiated. nndln the dim twilight I saw a form would bo a marvel indeed. The L. & N. has made a fare of $19 I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices, Tho brido woro a bocoming brown trav.landlm In tho air from the limb of a eling coctumu and tbe bridesmaids were for the round trip from Louisville to ebbing out of it. life fast J,Q Marih Guas, Feb. 17 and IS. Tho New Orleans during the Mardi Gras. THK BLUK-f- t ASS HERD OK Around it stood several individuals, an ratoofono fare for tha round trip will attired in shoot dresses. It was a very a theater Aa tho result of a panic in enjoying tho ilemlea that was be made via tho Queen & Crescent pretty wedding. Mr. John Ziegler ren- in Southorn Russia, 50 or more people parontly taking place, while tears were flowing in Routo February 14th to 17th, to New dered the wedding march in charming killed. m m Orleans account Mardi Gras. It is Btyle. After tho cereiuonythe wedding joy or sorrow I knew not which, JnKBRSkTrWMij2fs3BK93Bi ft- O U Ml WIIUMglly o- For a pain ia the breathlessly approach- the only lino running solid vestibuled party drove to tho home of Mrs. Palmer, ened with Chamber)chest a piece of flannel dampcourage I Jin's Pain Halm and bound on sister of the bride, where lunch was over the seat of the pain, and another on the lck Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. ed the group, nnd found that Danks the trains to New Orleans, and ia 00 miles between the shoulders, will afford prompt relief, Bent a cat to the land whore shortest. A trip over tho Queen & Ores Borved. Advocate . valuablo in cases where the pain This is especially Jeweler bad Is caused by a cold and tbere is a tendency toFigs for sale from the btst types of Register, for cent to tho quaint aud intensely inter all mean cats go via the hempen line ward pneumonia. Young Owsley, of Stanford, who la an Correspondence Solicited For sale by Craiff A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. Stock. Breeders secured from tne best herds In several different States. biff wife's canary bird, and thbn eating city by the gulf made to includo a killliiR Old Citizen. vialt during tbe Mardi Gras season ia de nouueed as a candidato for Congress, is relieved. I felt Not a lew who read what Mr. Robert Rowls.o will rememligbtful from start to finish. For fur- tbe same follow whoso fog horn voice ex- Ho.landi, Vu., has to say below, circumstances of hwlth ber their own experience under like door The ilcV mn knocking at tho ml ty out II ther information call on or address Ghas. cited tbe wonderment and merriment of 'Last winter I had la grippo which left ma in a way the gets in I he knock, we r.Bht tried nnmerous remedies, at tbe last democratic S,tat9 ow state of health.me1any good, thou.andsof W. Zell.D. P. A., Cincinnati, 0 0 L. there idown-none of which did until 1 waa in"no't nut' la Mitchell, D. P. A,, Chattanooga, Tenn., convention as he yelled, from the gallery duced to try a bottle ot Chamberlain's Cough pure, Remedy. it ?".'..'dmikavaur blooif rich andtne on- - W. 0. Rinearson, GenM Pasa'r Ag't., Cin- for Metcalf for secretary of Stato. He that I was The firsttobotUe ot my so relieved the -, work, and enabled attend to II KouU jnch. pure blood u to stand on one moun- second b'otllo effected a cure.' ought to be able cinnati, 0. For sale at aj and 50 cents per bottl by Craig & tion,U a d,,e"LV,ti. .directly to lmpunt'ei n the tain in Rockcastle and speak to an au Hocker, HUntord Ky. Many merchant are aware that their m t are their heit Iriendi and take pleasure In dlencu on another without great difficul(initian aicuuni Bucklln's Arnica Salve. lupplyloj them with tha beat goods obtainable. ty, 0 wenaboro Messenger. Bro. Wood-eoii.. Is lUMlTtof His dooi U to put the whole digeillre VthlnVlt As an iottance we mention Perry & Cameron, The best salve in the world for cats, bru.'iess ptorotaent druggists of Flushing, Michigan. They ia evidently mixed on the above. Mr. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap- hands, chilblains, corns and aH,skin eruptions, say: "We.hava no hesitation in recommecdlng : : : Chamberlain's Congh Hemedy to our customers, Owsley was a delegate and. not in the t positively cure piles, or no pay repUired. It Is me "7 money to give, best cermi wherever "i.. .,r!ij. as it Is thealways couch medicine we hara over gallery. He hasn't a fog horn voice ei- guaranteed Price as perfect satisfaction orsale by -cents per box. For refunded. sold, and gives samractiou," d tercel then, out or tne .y..e. wuu uut Goods Warrantedand a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me calL W. 1). McRoberts, druggist. ther, though he waa for Metcalf. for sale by Craig & Uocksr, Stanford, Ky, Medical Dttcovery hat been una marshal. D.A.Wallace Is our now town Eight chares of Doyle National Bank nl stock eold Monday nt auction at $177 to Look out for tho new railroad. ml d L-.a- MMilUe-borolna- Remember tho mito party Friday evening. The family of Rev. Oarmichal is si gularly tWllicted, the wife, eon and daughter being vory ill, tho latter dan gerously BO. Mrs. Judge Litr gave Bn eljgant dining to & number of her lady friend Thursday in honor of her charming RMnd-ilauRliter, W. H. WEAREN & CO. The Charles Wheeler Immm. h.i Win-Herndo- ed The 20th Century Soot Great Drives in Clothing. it a, tole-gra- m I, 1 I $ rl-- d Look it This ! . ante-morte- m A Good Overcoat for $2.50. Better one for $4. A r, eec-retar- house-breakin- fa-t- il n, HUGHES & TATE. W. B. McffOBERTS, Pharmacist and Bopkseller. d Has a Complete Stock of Pass Books, Day Books and Ledgers, ij to-da- y. well-kno- grand-moth- er out-skir- ts A. C. SINE, FLOORING, - Stanford, Ky. CEILING, ETC. Btretched-Bcrunche- d, -- Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles h Duroc Jersey Red Swine - oum-monsl- ng DrQiili fiwi; -- al.6.RUPLKT,-- :il n-- e --- cutto-rne- ri ..-- 1 yi-ji.- .e n fPftwffl fltfk AND FALL WINTER GOODS. .- -- 1 lngUCCe lorwT" j-- - . -- iUHi.jls isqrifli I. t-1- " i : M. 8. Baughman bought of T. A, The residenco of June Payne, near! Coulter six mule colts at 21. Paris, was burned. Loss, 518,000 Burt seed oats, best on earth. hot At Foresbnrg, Tex , a man killed his -- es wife, his father-ilaw and then him- salo by E. S. Powell, Hustonvllle. SrANFORD, Kr., Januarv 24, 189G , world Is in self. Tho largest farm In the Frank Wilson, of Fayette, O , fell Louisiana and contains 1,500,000 acrep. into a well while walking in his sleep and Dr. J. B.Owsley and P. P. Nunnel-leVV. P. WALTON. was drowned. have a car load of aged mules for Five children broke through the ice Bale. they were Bkatingon and were drowned Cattlo were dnll at Georgetown MonIt !b no teat of democracy to refuse to day at 2 to 3J. Thirty mules sold ot SS0 Ottawa, O. eupport Blackburn, the nominee of a snap near caucus called by his henchmen, who are Willie Bedford, aged 10 years, of to f 125 deal to reason and bent on splitting deJ. E. Wright sold to Robert Russell, Barren connty, was dragged to death by Attractive prices all over the house. General reductions in every of Danville, a bunch of 1,100 pound mocracy even more wide open. Senator a young horse. goods throughout our estabdepartment. We carry only Blackburn is a law unto his own selfish William Dobbins, living near Birm- cattle at 3c. lishment and self. lie refuses to be bound by party Sam Stone, of Cloverport, hnsahorso ingham, Ala., was swindled out of 10,000 platforois either State or National and which is 30 years old and which he by a gold brick man. openly defies party pledges. lie has In Breathitt couuty, Jerry Bryant, works dally. withont aenso or reason, except personal In Cincinnati best ho.s aro worth in a quarrel with his wife, hit hor with disappointments, fought tho democratic 4, choice ctt!e 4 and extra sheep 3J a club, killing her instantly. administration, rofnsed to vote for the burn. The contest committoo refused Den- and lambs 4 J On the first joint ballot Wednesday ny's motion to tuko up his case at once although the John Anderson sold to Sain Ander- repeal of the Sherman law, National platform of the party he dis- Dr. Hunter received GS votes out of 13(J and this is taken as first blood for Owens. son, of Garrard, a small bunch of butchQuoted below to be on reliable merchandise and not trash, er stuff at honors, promleedlhat it should bo re- present, one short of the number necesGen Thomas Lwing, John W. Flowers bought of P. P. pealed,' aud after the State convention of sary to elect Blackburn 53. Poor voted man from Ohio, died in .New lork, as lot of Dress Goods worth 20c, go now for mnre which he was a member, had declared for for Huntor amid loud cheering. Of the the result of being struck by a cablo cnr. Nuunelley a pair of four year-olBlue and Mack Serge, worth 35c, 25c for thir week. mules at f 1G5. Tho notorious Alabama outlaw, a Bound currency by endorsing Cleve- scattering votes Gov. McOreary got six S. M.Owena left Wednesday for At Thrasher, has been killed by a aher repudiated it and and the rest were divided. With Ogilvie Ladies' Ribbed Vests worth 25c, go at 15c. land and Carlisle, he lanta lth a cur load of mules belonging from every stump preached the fallacy of absent and Wilson dead, it required on ifFs posse. His brother Bart escaped. Misses' and Ladies' Union Suits worth 75c, now sold for .49c. to Dr. J. B. Owsley. free silver. Such a man is not worthy of ly G9 votes to elect, and Hunter realized The Louisville Paper Co., of wMeh Misses all wool hose, woith 25c, now 14c. C. T. Wells, of Richmond, sold two for did democratic support. In fact the demo the full force of the lino, ''So near and ThomasH. Stark, who Ladies' all wool hose, 15c, worth double the money. has as car loads of mules, says the Pantagraph, crat who Rives him support places a et so far." vorce, is secretary and treasurer, at iSo to $110 in Georgia. The joint ballot Thursday showed GO signed. premium on party disloyalty and helps Fringe Towels, sold at 40c per pair, now 25c. W. D. Rout and Josh Myers sold to T. Pnannhplm BrOS. & Co., Of Nasllpower to dictate its princi- for Hunter and 57 for Blackburn and it to break its Fiom Tuttle, their farm of SI acres lying ples, and compel their acceptance, with looks like Hunter's chances have gone ville, Tenn., one of tho largest dry goods an as near Millodgeville at W2 50. out which, it would fall of itself. All glimmering. Ho staked his unequivocal houses in the South, has made Burt oats, 700 bushels for seed, for honor to the 12 men, who refused to be assertion that be would be elected Wed signment. of New Jersey, and sale by B. K. Wearen. These oats yield Griggs, rep., whipped into the endorsement of such a nesday and tho Louisville Commercial from 50 to 75 bushels to the acre and aro man and who will not be parties to tbo said it would be then or never. It looks McLaurta. dera., of Mississippi, were in- rust proof. farther promotion of one who in no like never very decidedly now and that ougurated as covernors of their respec Sales of 61 cattle, 1,43!) lbs average sense deserves the eappoii of democrats. the democrats will be able to prevent an tivo States. of fine arts is at 4c, and 41 of 1,535 lbs, at snmo price, 4. The Atlanta Museum election, if they can not elect one of their Gov. McOnEARY reiterates his deter party. Jt--, better one for 75c, worth double the money. tho outgrowth of the receni uotton sold two weeks ago aro reported in tbo mination not to run for Congress again, Exposition in that enterprising Winchester Democrat. States "" 200 pairs of Ladies' Lace Shoes, worth $ 1.50, now go for pSc. James Ingram and his son George Mr. Wattbrson has engaged passage Southern city. in response to 15 or 20 letters a day urging him to allow the use of his name. for EuroDB for himself and family and A Pittahuri; woman, who died re wero arrested in Mercer county on the When be retires the people will lose a will sail in April. It is said that he goes cently, bequeathed practically her entire charge of burning their tobacco barn, faithful servant who has sever neglected to write tho Life of Lincoln, but where fortune, amounting to over 13,000,000, to which was heavily insured. I. M. Dunn, of Boyle, tells us ho their business or failed to stand up for Lincoln was born and made himself fa- orphan asylums. eold'four hogsheads of tobacco in Louis- We arc headquarters for Ready Made or Tailor Made CLOTHING, their interests, and he will receive, as he mous ought to "be the better place for Ravenna, O., Dick House was At eminently' deserves to receive, their such work, uniess he hopes to find in- arrested and plead guilty of biga- ville at $16 25, f 14.75, $13 50 aod $11. and for Trices vc arc the LOWEST. pladdits. It will be hard for jspiration in beautiful Geneva, where be my and given two years in the, peniten- These are tho beat prices we havo heaid heartiest of. his successor to as satisfactorily fill the will do the writing. tiary ell in one day. .1 S. H. Baughman sold to Samuel office as be has done or to maintain the The Knights of Pythias havo securof Lebanon, 20 young thoroughGov. Bradley denies emphatically diigh standard of service that he has ed a concession of a one cent a mile rate breds, the cot of The Minstrel. Concre-ga- n that it is his intention to pardon Dick given'. on the railroads to tho National Encampand Imp. Rosaington for a handsome Tate and adds that he has not even TSTZ sum. We are indebted to Manager W. B. thought of the matter. It is to be hoped ment at Minneapolis. Tho war department denies the reGreen Igo shipped a car load of jacks Haldeman for a copy of that wonderfnl that be will not think of it at all. Ken. port that it has requested the governor to tho compendium of information, tho ranch in Texas. A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, tucky does not need bim back and it is urnal Almanac. Its data about best that he be left to die unknown, as of Florida to put the militia of that State They were purchased in this county a"t T; D. RANEY, Manager. prices ranging from $150 to $200. RichKentucky alone, makes it invaluable to he will, unwept, unhonored and unsung. in readinessa for the field. President M. E. Ingalls, of tho Big mond Pantagraph. her citizens, while its hundreds of other Four and Chesapeake and Ohio Branch Stores. 'LAW WAKING AT FRANKFORT. The Orange Judd Fanni r places tbo subjects treated, render it a useful refersays he has no ambition to be value of farm animals in tho in tl e Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, everywhere. In no ence book for people Bardstown, Lawrenceburg, Cynthiana, Mr. King has otTered a bill for the president of tho United States. United States at $1,S0 1,420,000 or $02,- other way can so much information be benefit of L. R. Jones, of this cbnnty. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. Near Hopklnavllle, James Davis shot 139,000 lees than in 1891. The heavy deobtained nor in so condensed form. Send A dispatch from Frankfort Baid that and fatally wonnded John Jackson, bis cline has principally been in horses and Co., Hnnter only got GG and Blackburn 57 25 cents to the Courier-Journneighbor, because the latter foreclosed a mules. Louisville, for a copy or leave the votes yesterday. mortgage on the former a farm. we will have it Allen & Lyon, of the West Em'. amount with ns and Gov. Bradley is said to have given it TfP Gun stores and armories at Tampa, bought In Adair county IS light feeders Bent. it mi M his opinion that there will be no elecraided and the arms and am- at 2 to 3c. They also bought a car load WJ Fla., were on a hogs at 3.10. They bought in Boyle Tub LouiBvilltj Times presented a good tion of Senator this session. munition secured wereplaced It is said that the tax rate will be strange steamer bound for Cuba. likeness of Dr. W. F. Scott, of Somers et county a lot of cattle at 2 to raised to 55 cents to meet the deficiency who has juat taken charge of the LexPrince Henry, of Battenburg, 3 35. h'av-n- 't and pay the current expenses of the ington Lunatic Asylum. The doctor is a of Queen Victoria, and governor of W. P. Givens bought Saturday from State. Lincoln county product and an excellent the Isle of Wight, is dead as the rasult of Bob Snow a bunch of good Cumberland For the first time in its history, the physician and a worthy man. He marfever contracted on tht) expidition to county two averaging 820 was opened with pray ried Miss Maggie E. Bradley, a sister of Kentucky House Ashanti. pounds at 3Jc. Gentry Brothers bought er by a colored preacher, Rev. Frazer, of Han' ErJ Ua MnnAwvinw In 1 DQ anil thau liatrA aa a promlllent farmer a load of mules Monday at from $40 to Dud- ranforit eral children, including Ethelbert livlntfnear Godell, Iowa, sold a lot of dr $125. Advocate. I A retrenchment and reform member ley Scott, who has lived here for a year soaBed hogs. When arrested he became One thousand delegates were pree-- e of the Legislature wants circuit judges' and studied law. Dr. Scott was a Bura raving maniac. His wife, when told of it in Memphis to attend the meeting of to $2,000 and has offered geon in the Union army and is a promt salaries reduced the husband's arrest, fell dead. cotton growers and all enthusiastically a bill to that effect. W. M. Kirt, a sewing machine agent entered into the plan for decreased cot nentG. A. R. Rev. Grider has offered an act makwas cold in death when his horse pulled ton acreage and a greater acreago of diHon. Osoak Turner, ing it a heavy penalty to sell or buy him into Covington, Ind. He was sit- versified farm products. from the first Kentucky district, died in liquor within one mile of a church while ting np straight and it was somo time House-Keeper- s' Secretary Price has compiled the enLouisville Wednesday. Although pre- sorvices are in progress. before it was discovered that he was tries to the Stakes of the new Loulsvillo opposod tending to be a democrat, he Senator William Henry Jones takes dead. Jockey Club, which shows that the 10 tho organized forces of the party and time from the political battle to introduce Roncing Dew, the famous wife of a events that will be run next May, there Can pick up genuine bargains at Withers'. When I let prices drop made his canvasses outside of it. For a timely bill for preventing corrupt uee famous Cheyenne Indian chief, commit- hiva been 1,007 entrieB made, nn aver- you can almoht hear them fall, they fall so fat. Quick sales and small this he was called the "Old Outlaw of of money in political campaigns. ' profits is our motto. Look everywhere, then come to us and find ted suicide by taking poison because the age of over 100 to each. Mr. Hardin, of Meade, offered a bill the Purchase," a name that stuck to him It is no quest that we have the most comylcte line of latter had discarded her. The daughtor Mt. Stkkunq. A large crowd in price right. to the last. He was a powerful stumper, in the Honse to submit to the people a o the chief of all tho- - Chippewas Bhot town aud some 1,500 cattle on the mar- Undertaking Goods, Furniture, Carpets and wall paper ever brought a successful lawyer and once one of the proposed constitutional amendment perherself to death on acoouut of ill health. ket. Good feeders brought ns high as $4; to Stanford and its dollars and tens of dollars in yovr pocket tc sec most conspicuous figures in Kentucky mitting the removal of ho State capita). George Foster, of Lawrenceburg, good yearlings, A dollar saved for yourself is worth as much to 3 40; heifers $3.35 to me before buying. politics. Lieut. Gov. Worthington has said Ind.. while experimenting with an elec $2.75; cows and staei $2 to $2 50. Mules you as to any dealer that will ask you old time prices. No trouble to Maryland will have a republican Sen- that he would not declare any man elect- trie dynamo, received a shock that ren- brisk, oged from $75 to 100. show goods. Constant attention to business is a necessity as well as ator in the place of Mr.' Gibson, after ed who did not receive 70 votes, so Hunt- dered him insensible. When he returnM S. Baughman bought of P. P. a great pleasure. er is two off yet and his fiends are get- - ed to consciousness bis reason was de Nunnelley seven 3 year-olMarch, '97. If he took the place of mules at $18; it wouldn't bo bo bad, but that tingvery despondent. throned and now ho is a raving maniac. of S. H. Baughman two of same for 195 This is the waythe Hon. Augustus dlsorganizer will hold on till March, '99, A game of baseball between two He sold to Eubanks k Hubble a good more's the pity. George L. Wel- E. Wilson talks: "I think that the nom- nines on skates wbb played at Media, Pa. oop for 75 and to Owtley & Nunnolloy a the Opposite St. Asaph Hotel. lington is the newly elected Senator and ination upon which Dr. Hunter claims recently, on the ice. Five innings were piir of extra cood ones for $200. republican support was in great part sehis election, after a week or more of played, andBomejgood stops and throws How lie Ctinio lijr It. i fruitless balloting, was tho result of a cured by conduct which threatens the really remarkable on ice were made on "Did the colonel pet his title Jn tho caucus held Tuesday night, though 17 ruin of the republican party in Kentuc- both rides. The batting iwas naturally war?" republicans refused to abide its decis- ky, and as a republican I believe and weak. i "Not much." hopo that it will never result in his elecion. "Where, then?" J. M. McKnight will be the next tion." 'TlRhtln' forofllce." Atlanta ConstiCol. 0. M. Clay, Jr., has received his The four Senators whose seats may mayor of "Louisville. That much Jb BoSeeding time is now right at hand;,wc have a largc'stock of ttled. There are some republicans and tution. reward'for bolting the democratic nomi- be declared vacant on account of ineligiKven. nation for governor and joining in the bility are Dr. 0. J. Walton, of Hart coun- some A. P. A.'s who object, but they are Mills Sny, for Heaven's pake, let'8 hue and cry of tho republicans that the ty; Dr. A. D, James, of Muhlenberg coun- in the minority, and all they can do is to books needed looking into, but it is a ty; W. U. Clark, of Jackson county, and submit as gracefully as possible under pet out of here. Here comes do Uraco ' and ho la a papa for tho first time. mighty little one. Gov. Bradley has R. H. Carpenter of the 35th district. The the circumstances. Courier Journal. Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle The House has paeeed the urgent He'll drive us crazy. named him as one of tbo trustees of the first is a school trustee, the second rode Hills Oh, let him come. I've just nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine " College. If this does not satisfy on a railroad pass, the third is a notary deficiency bill which carries 1,415,922, A. & M. bouffht a bicycle. y. Y. World. our stock before buying. Prices ' all right. The season is getting longing for office, bo must public and the last a master commission 13,242,582 for the expenses of the U. S. tho colonel's Wouldn't Lie Out of Them. courtB. Tho abnormal growth of the ex short and wc are offering special inducements toclose out a nice line seek its gratification hereafter from tho er. "Docs Willie tell lien, Georglo?" l When Mr. Violott voted for Carlisle penses of Federal courts came in for a ; of Buggies and Surreys. t republican party. "No'm, I don't think lie does." in the joint session he was roundly hiss- good deal of criticism and there was "What mnkefl you think thnt?" Tab Louisville Post says that "it is re- ed whereupon ha said with much expression in favor of a salary sysW. L. WITHERS, Salesman. "lla gits so many llckln's," Chicago W. B. Haldemau has been warmth: "That is the last straw that tem. ported Mr. Itecord. hasbroken the camel's back. I would appointed general manager of the President Cleveland has authorized l'or the Same Ilrunon. property by his father, Mr. hive voted for Senator Blackburn when Senator Smith, of New Jersey, to make rnal She Why doesa wimnn taken man's W. N. Haldeman." No man is more tho time came that my vote would nlect public hlB opinion of the Davis resolu- namo when sho marries him? thoroughly equipped for the manage- him over Hudter, but all the powers of tion as "miecliiovouH, inopportune and He Why does she tuko everything ment of the groat concern and he will earth could not now drive or induco mo unfortunate." Mr. Cleveland believes else he's got? Truth. BYreflect credit on his distinguished father. to voto for him." that the policy adopted by the Senate That Olil, Olil Trial. committee strikes at 'the heart of tie "Gad, Jnrley, that neck-ti- c you have NEWSY NOTES. now Senator Blackburn is And principle of arbitration. on is out of bight." president. Gr but then any"I wish it was; it's one my wife T. J. Glenn haa been Appointed 9) body can get "tnentioned,." eo what's the FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. boujjht." Hnrpcr's Bazar. making his usual postmaster Carlisle. use of the woodcoak Ashland street cars pass peoplo W. II. Curtis sold to J. T. BinRaman s 1'rovlnR II. r Xretl. remark. Ho ought to 11 y away and hido He I thought Mrs. Broun teemed to chnrchat half 'fare. a horse for 150. very shame, however. from TJ. S. Senator Allison was seed oata tor Bile. A. W-- . Car- quite cold toward licr husband. She Ycsjfeho wants him to get her a And Funeral Ditector. , penter, MilledKevillB. A new play is runniug in Now, York by a practically unanimous vote. fcealskin cape. iuck. of Kentucky," The comptroller of the ,curroncy. has Louis Walz bought of 3. O. Giveh a entitled "The Governor Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes The'ltlglit Courae. with tho scene laid at Frankfort. The glvon authority for tile orKatjlzatloiTof bunch of sboits at 3c. I " e man "Sir, I nm a Blankets, Whips, &c. T1. J. Ilill sold to J. O. McCormack follow who takes the part of Goy, Brad- the City Nationul Bank of'Mayfleld,' "Honest confession is good for the with a capital of f 100,000. Room opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. must be a hustler, 33 70 pound shoals at 3c. ley 2 .. soul." Puck. iEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOlRNE I TTtftnca rTnnfAf. hoa a ..- -v ,.uv. - to play when tho democrats least expect it, there- can be no"blection for U. S. Senator beforalfab. G, if at all, six democrat ic Senators and six republican representatives having entered into a written agreement that no member of either House shall be unseated prior to that date, in addition to tho obligation of Senator Stege, republican, to vote for some other than the republican nominee until the vacancy from Nelson county shall have been filled. The balloting Tuesday in BeparatQjgeeaibn and resulted Hunter 07, Blackburn 58, Buckner 1, Carlisle 4, McOreary 3, Wilson 1, Bate 1, Stone 1. Sonator Hollo way and Representatives Walker and Johns voted for McOreary. Poor, pop., voted for Bate and Edrington, the other pop, for Blackbo-gan .... tA i.t .Iabwa v.u upuiogicsm Y,a I Continuation of Our -- n y BigBargainSale first-class GUARANTEE die PRICESI I2lc. Jc. d .wi-Bb- a was-sue- Window Shades 15c, Lace Curtains 50e Pr. &A REMEMBER I Rub-sel- l, THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAFFORD, Courier-Jo- Watts-Walk- er rail-road- s, al M I TA m rrm 9 1,100-poun- d son-in-la- w year-old- s, 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. Posted Buyers and Gar-ma- n d W. W. WITHERS, I LOOK HERE Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, 'Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c Ken-er- al Courier-Jou- UNDERTAKING -- "men-tioaed"f- or jr. c H';ciiiif go-in- Practical Trimmer, Embalmer 1 self-mad- .' .;:- - XM: m i 1r . Sl 1. r&f rir ifiMPiwi ynwsMM'l Mt t iy CHURCH AFFAIRS. "i? 7 J 4p mi-Wee- Interior Journal 189C Nbw Btyle of neckwear at V. II. W, Shanks'. Ramies at all prices. See them II, Wearen fc Co.'a ,f Thkbb 1b a little girl at Mr. F. P. Bishop's and she haa been named Aline. X Coal sold for cash or exchanged for all kinds of grain and fend. J. H. Baugh Lots of good groceriea at tho lowest man A Co. E. C. Walton, Business Manager living prices at Farrla it Hardin'. Danks, tho jeweler, received by yes- favorable weather of the last weok torday'a oxpfeea a present in the shape of The a handsome sign made by W. M. Rupard, You cad havo no Idea how cheap and or two put many farmers to plowing. . of Bowling Green, a relative of his wifs. bow xood everything in our'jowelery and Ho us a anil 25 aurea of land in Stan BilverwareBtocK is. Call and be convinced. Penny's Drug and Jowolry ford for rent. Apply to H. Helm, Hgt. " Store. 9 Oun books are closed and all nccounta PERSQMAl POINTS. Tiik weathor has been unusually warm must be paid immediately. Hughes & fur this time of year and until raiu bdgau Mrs. Wm. Dauqiikhtv is qtiito aicK. Tate. .. to fall yesterday It was dryer than usual. Mds. Martha Vaxjqh Is down with Your Recount la due and must be paid. The prediction yesterday read as follows: the rheumatism. I need tho money. Call and tottlo. W. Wc were on hand with it and bought goods at . Mr. J. N. Kosk, of Owensboro, is visit. Rain, turning to anow tonight; Friday B. McRcberla. Temperature will clearing; cold wave. Insula mint, Mrs. W. P. Tate. Foil the montti of February I will fall 20 to 30 degress by Friday morning. Mil. II. 0. Uauohman went to Irfxlng-toWednesday to visit friends. make dresses in tht, best and latest styles MATRIMONIALMATTERS. Mit. J. 0. Hays hna been confined to for only 1. Mir-- Mary D.&tnith. his bod for a week with sickness. A wealthy Iowa man, aged 77 years, Wantkd. Everybody owing mo to married a school girl aged 15 years. Misa Mauv Uocickii, of GeorKetown come and settle within the month of OolloKe, ia visitlnx Mian Cora Jonrs. Robert Warren, 20, and Mrs. CaroW. Lackby la vIsltinR rel- January. After that time my collector line Heady, 50, were married at Vevay, Their Loss is your gain. MibsOlaha atives at 5,052 Minerva Ave., St. Louis. will call on you. Dr. J. G. Carpenter. married six Ind, Tho bride had been . HUBBLE. Thomas U. Shank returned to KenTiik Lancaster stage comes In prompt times before. LexInKtoii, Tuesday tucky University at Harlan Newoll, 21, and Misa Melissa Some hemp has been sold in this ly at 11:10 a. m. and departs at 1:40 r. m. HAnvKV Helm has returned from Lau Jesse Arnold handles B. Rutherford, just 15, both of the High-lanneighborhood at 14.25 to 14.50 per hunthe ribbons and rel, where he went to take depositions. Bees that his pasHeneers are comfortable. flection, were married at Mike dred. MissKati Cook left Tuesday to visit Rutherford's Tuesday. J. W. Bright set fire to Borne sedge . I havk placed my accounts in tho Dr. ana Mrs. Lee F. Huffman at Lexlnn-tonO. D. Brown, of Laurel, and Miss grass and it burned so rapidly that it got hands of Jesse D. Wearen for collection Annie C, the pretty daughter of Mr. two of his hay stacks. Kxv. W. H. McQarritv, of Louiavllle, and will expect all who owe mo to eettlo John Turnbull, of tho Eist End, were Bill Smith ia in from Iowa to see his in the next ISO days. I am determined married yesterday at the bride's father's. father, Tom Smith. T. O. Rankin is Jeans Pants, 39c; Wool Filling Jeans, 50c; Good Wool Jeans, gij spent soveral days with He v. A. V. to (straighten up my business. Dr. J. F. Working Shirts, 15c. An anonymous writer" sends ua a back from Georgia and reports a fair Mh. T. A. Rich and wif, of Louisville, Peyton. notice of an alleged approaching mart iage trade. are visitioR in the city. Richmond Pan A new wood and paint shop haa Pink Cottaok, famous as the home of in tho May wood neighborhood, but we Uftrapb. Rev. George 0. Barnes and later as the don't publish that or any other no wa sent gone up in this town in tho last day or W. II. Curtih, of the Eoat Kntl, spent Boat of his faith cure, was sold this week that hhv, S3. It is hard to keep a good town down several daya with his btother, T. J. Cur- to Mr. and Mra. J. E. Farria by W. P. J. Edward Addicks, who is trying to where there is money behind it. (Water Proof.) tis, at Somerset. A committee has been appointed by Walton, who has owned It a year or bo, buy himself Into tho United Statts Sen Mary for 51,500. That Incomparable beauty, Miss ate from Deleware, haa been mulcted the Ladies' Aid Society of tho Christian Clay Thompson, of Louisville, is visiting with i7,312 10 costa in the divorce suit bo church to raise funds to bnild another Knee Pants, ioc. Wool Mitts, ioc; and many other things at Equally Giiaiilky Stkwaht, the colored pain- brought acainst his wife, in addition to Lackey. Miss Ophelia Low Prices. church here, for the use of all denominaMits. Josxi'H Hakdin aud children, of ter, has completed such a satisfactory job being refused the decree. tions. .Corbln, are visltlnK Mib. E. B. Caldwell of painting and paper hanging for the Col. Bland Ballard and Miss Anna Misa Liza Smith, of Lancaster, is vis writer, that he gives him this public Traynor were married in Richmond. iting frlenda in this community. Misa and Mrs. Sim Wottham. MiepAllik Hknuhicks, who has been compliment and recommends him to Misa Traynor ia tho daughter of Henry Mattie Jones, of Lexington, is visiting vIsltinR relatives and friends in Knox-vill- those needing his services. Traynor, the noted horauman. Col. Bal- relatives at Hedgeyllle. Jako RobinBon has returned home. Burloarm got $2,000 in cash, drafts to lard ia a revenue ofllcer in Collector returned from the bedside of his uncle, Mk. Susan Harms was called to Leb- the value of $1,600 and f 700 worth of Rodea' olllco and strange to Bay is a re Fleece Robinson, in Columbus, Ga., anon Junction bv tho serious illnees of notes by cracking Wednesday and reports him no better. the safe at Anderson A publican. her sister, Mra. K. G. Waller. Associate Justice Field has expressThe richest man in the world la Spillman's planing mill at Danville. S. Mh. Sidnbv Ottkniikimkii, of New ed to his frlenda hla conclusion to retiro Johh B. Robinson, who lives in the 0. Hardin's safe was Uso broken into.but York, bou of the late Jacob Ottenheimer, nothing of value waa found. from tho bench and Rive President Southern portion of Africa. He ia worth l here seeing after his father's IntereBlB. Clevoland an opportunity to appoint hla 1350,000,000, and if his millions were Qi'ite a number of people were very successor. The juBtlce Is Bald to bo anx- transfered into 120 gold pieces they Mr. W. G. Thb Advocate ays that haa boiiRht a pretty lot In the Otter highly entertained by the excellent mu- ious to see Judge Erskino U. Rosa, of would make a continuous chain 271 Robinson ia a diamond addition and will likely build during the sic of Deckelmann'a Orchestra at Mra, Los Angeles, appointed to succeed him. miles long. Kate Dudderar's Wednesday night. He- We have it pretty Btralght that dealer and in 1878 waa a very poor man. year. many weeks roll around a promiMits. J. M. Bkucx, who ia a talented Ifreshmenta were served and the evening Charley Morris, a horse thief, slugged she will teach greatly enjfyed by all present. nent young farmer and a handsome musician, announces that young lady, who resides in tho suburbs Aaesistant Jailer James Leak and made a claas at her new home in Elizabeth-town- . Lt. Lucikn Young, who was born in of Stanford, will unite their destines for hia escape from (he Franklin bastile. Casey county, ia getting a good deal of A tip from Nashville says tbat Rob Mr. J. K. Oaiison, of the enterprtsinu newspaper notice now for having se- better or worse Gueaa who they are, i' ert L. Taylor is coming to the front as firm of Carson A Walter, KlnRBvllle, was cured the name of Kentucky for tho you are ono of the few who haven't the man who can unite the Tennessee hero Wednesday and loft an order for new battle ship. A large picture of him caught on. Adolphus D. Parsons and Misa Em- democrats and be elected governor. job work. usually accompanies the comments. Welch, of Jessamine, says be nover ma, daughter of Mr. and Mra. J. R Pbof. II. 8..Youxo has gone to LouisBald he would not be a candidate for if ville on a visit to friends and to see Wr have just opened a bran now stoSk Hales, of this place, drove down to Haley's at Rowland, Wednesday Congress and never knew of the thero Is a business opening for an of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Tin, Gla e, interview with him till he eaw it atternoon and were made husband and younR man. Wooden and Queenaware at H. J. left Tuesday fcr wife, Rev. W. 8. GrinBtead officiating. in a newspaper. Misa Jshhik Warrri old stand, opposite the courtFrankfort to assist her aunt, Mra. W. 0 house, and invite our friends to give The bride is a pretty brunette of many KKW.ADYXBTISiMKN'IH. goods and fair attractions, while the groom is a steady . Brdly, In receiving at tho first recep- us a call. First-cladealing shall be our motto. Warren A young farmer' and a clever gentleman, tion Riven by the governor. Invitations are out for the marriage Thomas Bkst, of tho MllledROvllle sec- Shanks. I of Mr. Walker Burton McKinney to Miss S. OWSLEY, tion, has a new hoy at his houe and he t Thb Lincoln County Medical Associa- Nancy Ohenault Baughman, which will has named him John HauRhman, for his tion was organized Tuesday afternoon It a carulUlite lor Ccnertit In Ihli. the Eiehth occur at the Christian church at 5:30 r. Dulrlct, subject to th action of the Democratic neighbor, Mr. J K. BauRhman. 20 charter members. Dr. G. W. Tarty. with Mufl.8. E. Brooks and Misa Mollle Bronaugh was elected president, Dr. J. m., Thursday next. The attondanta will Orchard, passed on bo Misses Annio Alcorn, of this place, Brooka. of Crab D. Pettua, of Crab Orchard, vice presi Ellen Tinsley, of Barbourville, Deiia Wednesday's train for HarrodsburR to dent, and Dr. W. B. O'Rannon, secretary Baughman, of Danville, and Eille Bui- R. Brooks and wife. visit Mr. John and treasurer. Meetings will bo held at New Ducks, New Piques, New Percales, New Calicoes. nett, of Winchester, Bnd Messrs. P. M. Mb. J. A. Ghaft, of Louisville, watho various towns In the county, but tho McRoberta, R. G. Denny, Geo. B. Dunn Hcmember we are the cxclusivo agectt for the on yesterday's train bound for a moun- first will be called to order hero on Feb. celebrated and Dr. A. S. Price. tain court. He said that Senator Uh, when an interesting prog nun will bo We want your money and know that the only way to get it is to keep Mrs. Allio W. Davia.of Harrodsbnrp, would in no ovent vote for BlackFalls Branch Jellico Coal, presented. ImM brought suit for divorce from Dr. the goods you want to exchange your money for. .. burn. Alio that it will be to the interest of eiryboJv M11, Thomas Vamioobkr is qulto Blck, Mr, Gus Hofmann, Walker T. Davis, who ia aorying a life to call and ate our dean Domcstlr Nut Coal. Watbii Haul. l'r ices the very lowest. We I'y tho cash at the Come and see us. but ho did not forget to send his sub proprietor of Crab Orchard Springs, was sentenco for the murder of his father-in-lamlt.es, therefore are able to sell at the lowest price. Come and see us Davis Muuday, The object of the scrlption for another year, Wednesday. down yesterday and had the house of GooJ Coal inakcsrcd ashea, no cinders. NOEI. A: SON. He haa not failed for years to pay for his Betsy Buford searched for bedding and suit is said to be that aho may bo tree to of January. marry Hon. Phil 11. Thompson, Sr, of other things that have been stolen from paper on the Rkv. R. R. Koku has rented Mr. S. P. him, but found nothing. He was moro Harrodsburg, if his children do not succeed in Btopping it. "Old Phil" was atStags' cottage on Logan AverTnu and fortunato at Lancaster, na he found articlea with his mark on them. torney for her mother, who waa jointly will inovo to It next week. Mr. 8. S. First National Bank, under Odd Fellows' Hall. To the Coal Consumers of Stan- Myers and wifo will return to Stanford Ho thinks that a negro employe has been indicted with Dr. Davis for tho murden Rowland. ford and and occupy tho residence vacated by doing a landofllce business selling ev but who waa acquitted. erything not nailed down. Mr. Noel, Tho Advocate aaya that Hon. R.NC. This Is to certify that J. lt. Hales ts the lole R, M. Mot'sxn, of Stanford, will rePeacock ou- - celebrated Manchester Ran Exhaustkii. Judge T. L. Warren would tnakoa good delegate from Agxitfor Coal at Stanford. A. I other parties offering Coal move to this place next week, havinR lor sale undei this name are misrepresenting our Shelton'a white horso attached to a wag- this district to tho next National demo- Coal, If you wish to etttie best Coal for the rented the farm of Jack Mouaer, dee'd. It to be hearty welcome. Riley on got scared at Rowland yesterday at a cratic convention. The mention of hia least moner try our Coal. Wc guaranteerrspects We have moved to the Store-rooWe bid them a recently vacated by Severance & as eood as any Jellico Coal and In some nnd dashod up this way. name, by the way, connected with fattier. MANCHttlfcRtOAUtO, Cor. Lebanon Falcon. Mr, M. will still Manager, Ily C. K. Coleman, Son and you are cordially invited to Qi The tollgato waa up and ho sped on to thoughts of tho preaont condition of work here as occasion demands. town barely missing several vehicles, in- Kentucky'a troasury, recalls the position TuesMh. A. A. McKinnky, Jn., left cluding the one in which Mrs. Dr. L. B. that Mr. Warren took with reference to EXCHANGE day for Montgomery, Ala., in response to FOR SALE I. McKinnoy, Cook sat, turned tho corner at Somerset State taxation in '89. Ho was then the a letter from hla uncle, J. street and ran to the top of tho hill, a member from Lincoln and vigorously superintendent of tho L. & N., offering Our lines of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods are Honsoand Lot In Crab Orchard, Ky. distance of nearly,"two miles from the antagonized the bill reducing State taxed him a position In hlB oltteo. Arch la a start. Strange to eay tho wagon Five rooms and lcitchtn. cellar, flower pit, stable Complete in every particular. For Overcoats, Melntoshes, Gloves waa not predicting that such action would bank and other outbuildinss, all in tlrst class repair ; a good boy and hla friende disliked to see falling water, all kinds of fruit trees Rubber Goods we are headquarters. badly damaged, nor tho horso hurt a rupt the State. The bill passed, however, well ol noer and small Iruits. Lot contains about one acre. him leave. for of Longvlew, great deal, Main street was full of ve- and waa vetoed by the governor, but waa Will sell cheap or exchange place small farm inn Messrs. J. B. Adamb, is rented for 1896 cood neighborhood. The Rold, of Huston ville, hicles, but he kept in the middle and passed again ovor the governor's veto. to Mr. lluahSoargent, who will show the place to Ala., Bud Junlua II. lt. For turthcr desires didn't strike ono of them. when Mr. Whrren waa found voting to any one whoaddress to lookH.atSTEPHF.NS, .1. Information were hero yesterday on their way to, Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. aoa N. Limestone St., Lexington, Ky. sustain tho veto. pro-Mt. Vernon. Mr. Adama is the aole Assessments Inciibasbd. Tho board . P S. Centrally located. Works, of supervisors had a tough pri'etorof the Longviow Lime time TuesHon. J. Sam Owaley, Jr., of Lincoln San Francisco. which hna a capacity of 400 barrela per day and Wodnesday hearing complaints county, ia a candidate for Congress, subPortland. ..To the.. day. IHb wife, who was Misa Ohloo from thoae persona whose property had ject to the action of the democratic par accompanied him aa far aa Huston- - been raised, but most nil the increasea ty. Mr. O ivaley ia so well known in Merstood as tho board had fixed them, Thero cer that comment is unnecessary. As at..Via The., aro 123 persons who will pay moro taxes torney for tho Commonwealth ho has oimND viniHiTY. than they thought they should and the made an ablo, earnest and faithful public black goods. Severanco & Son. amount raised U $78,350, divided aa fol- servant. His lino social qualities baa New lows: On lands $71,050; town lota mado him a universal favorite with tho presents. VJll...C,.rf-'Sbb Danks' lino of wedding caBh, money on deposit, etc., $3,000. people and hla freedom from complicity rt, lOJiSVllt HtWAtQArf 5 CH'CAJ0Rrl(K tho Jew- - Thoto who 'Buffer most by tho board's in any ringa or fictions makes him a most Take your repairs to Danke, Only Dining Car Route From work nre W. E. McAfee, who ia raised desirable man. Harrodsburg Democrat. elea. $3,035; J. A. Dudderar $3,000, Josh B. Subgical Biipplies at Craig & Hocker'a, Adama $3,000; J. F. Cash 2,311 anil G. Death Wednesday carried oil Leslie Collar Pads, Bridles, Check Lines, &c, &c. Call and see our f CXS3CC.S.GO. Uaab Driigglets. Mltcholl, the last aurvlvor of the fatal W.Evana $2,000 Aacoroormoroarorais .Elegant Pullman Vestibule street Ueht whtcti occurreu at Deroa You will Una L&xington Orenra. flour qd from $1,000 to $2,000. Tho total Sleepers of Modern Pattern. for this year ia $4,571,028, Ohriatnifta night. For maps or any information, address at W. II. Brady's. On Jeuuary 1, tho ltev. J. A. Lee, of TRANK 1. RF.ID.1 $ltl,703 In excess of that of Inst year. f E.DII.I, KACU.N presents at They are the Best. ., G. P. Agent NicssT Hue of weddiug Tho supervisors cuat $100 and tho in- Covington, Bald tho ceremony that wed. Louisville Chicago. Jeweler. Laura Burnable to Prof. Losey at Danka', tho crease in taxation ia nearly $150. bo it ed Misa Be sun to call for "Monon Route. J mill n laom lio. they paid for thorn- - Viealla. Wednetday he waa called to wedding prcfonta from Boy your St. Paul. Denver. Visalla to preach her funoral. pretty well, selves DankB, tho Jeweler. Stanford, ifcr., January 24, m m m I3 n j Rev. R. A. Walton, of tho d town Presbyterian church, haa to go Into evangelistic work. Rev. J. G. Durham, 82 years of age and ono of tho oldest Baptist preachers in tho State, died at BowllnR Green. Mrs. Mary McGee, a Mississippi evanRollet, closed a meeting at Wllmore with 33 additions and 100 converted and sanctified. The National Women's Christian Temporanco Union Committee has decided to hold the next annual convention in San Francisco, Cul. Tho Rev. Dr. Thomas Armitage, of Now York, is dead. Ilia history of the Baptist church is recognized as the highest authority, although he waa originally a Methodist. Rev. C. F. Reid, now in charge of the missionary work at Shangbi, China, writes that he will open a missionary Btation at Seoul, the capital of Korea, and will move there come time during tho year. George-resigne- SUCH ffipws "2 Were never Heard of Before. 11 Manufacturers Needed k Money, 50eontheDollai $15 Suits for $7.50 4 a d $18 Suit, $10, OYK .COAT At TQ) p Size-mor- e. Melntoshes Only $3.50. m m e, Ra-n- ey 20 PerCent. bo-fo- ro J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville, Ky.. Til G&OBS, DISCOUNT, d entor-prial- ng ed ss NEW GOODS Fop the NEW YEAR. New Hamburgs, New Laces, New Cotton, New Outings J. JR., Goal, Coal, Coal. - Weis-sing- er 2-- M IfcTOTIQIE. SEVERANCE & SON. s flay-Oppos- ite till RSHOITAX. t 9 wheol-barro- COME AND SEE US. H. J. McROBERTS. Lo-ga- n IICTMWIEST LuP r f -- $1,-30- 0; . Plow Gear, Wagon Har- ness, Collars, iVl TO - etalic Sewed Collars HIGGINS & McKINNEY. y. V - 1 . A r i juupwJiVm. .WM WW1 hrS Semi-Week- ly interior Journa Friday AT Padgett, Zack.Jr. 20 acres .'... Samefor'91 pnbllBbed Every Tuesday and MTWhea not so paid 53 FiCR Y3CAK IN ADVANCE 32.50 will be charged."W l 7.1J Hi ERIFF'S SALE For State and County mw pg jpm w --- K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leate Man'ord at a:jo P ro- - m., eturnltlg L.&'N. No, o. No. s. No. , LOCAL TIME CARD. Train going North.,. No.J, South ... ... 313am u 04 pm ... 1 15 pm 11 17P m QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains past Junction City at follows: No. t South ...tt 37 a m No a North ...3.56 p m ... . .o6 a ra ' 4 " ...1.46 p m ' 5 " " " ...3. 1 a m " .... 8 40 p m ..6 00 a m 10 9 " Notk. Net. and 6 and 0 and to run no fur her than junction City, cor on Sunday. " "6 Ti I'mlgott, Delilah J. 123 acres Padgett, W. 0 40 acres, bulance... Pettey, Anno 150 acres Pctrey heirs, 100 acres Prewitt, Samuel 32 acres Snmo for '01, balance Itectird.Il J. 53 acres JloWLind.Alfml .1 noma S:inm, Thomas 10S acres Simms, Shunts, 2 10 4 75 1 95 1 00 1 75 JUS T THINKS No duns and plenty of 2 35 1 95 1 8o 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. Cim! W.P. 47 acres John D SOacroa Samefor'91 2 55 1 ? 3 01 2 52 1 80 1 75 1 90 2 S7 1 55 2 10 RpYAl Jlontey Jet). 10 T. D. NEWLATTO, Simms, Henley 25 acres Skidiuoro, James S. 52acres Skidmoro, Daniel 5 acres Smith, O. A. 60acres Tntuler. Mitchell 200 acres, Taylor, J. T. 70ncros Tlirvlkc.l, V. M. 50 acros Vntight, II l ITacros CRAIG F. A. AYEBS, Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, Kentucky. House & HOOKER, Ky. Cash Druggists, Stanford, '94 3 00 2 S7 2 70 2 10 2 52 S5 1 1 W. S. BURCH, Attornoy at Law, Walls, L iU. 4 acres ... Williams, G.T.agt L Itttstin, HOn. Wilcher, Wosloy 48 ncres Stanford, ORice on - - Kentucky. Wood, J. H. 24ncros 1890, between the hours of 0 a M. and 4 p. t at tho Court House door in the town of Young, SnrnhJ. 34 acres Stanford, Lincoln county, Ky , I will oxposo to tho highest bidder for cash in hand to Young, E 20acros,bal pay the State and County Tax for 1895 tho follwinR described protwrty, or so much thereof ns may bo necessary to pay said Taxes, with nil costs and interest. WAYNESBURG, No. 3, This list will be published for four weeks and names will disappear from tho above list as soon as paid. Cost of advertising $2. ItemiUunces by mail promptly receipted Shanks, Nathan 2 acres 1 92 Guaranteta First Clan otk In every pat'icu. b lar. Puces rionMe. Has had tj yeari' expe 91 3m 20 rienci. l.aacaticr Street, opposite the Court Collections receive cspeclsl attention, 83 A. S. PRICE, Surgcon Colored. Dentist, l 54 180 DB. W. B. FESTER- - JHHH55J Dentist, : Sheriff Lincoln Co. Stanford, Ky. Office over McRoberta' Drue Store in the Owsley Stanford, : Ky. Opposite the Post-Offi- 55 . Haggard, Hud 50 acres . COOK, J STANFORD No. 1, WHITE. J W MeGI.NNIS. In charge paiut shop. In chaige trimming shop. 1 80 I latum, Johnson D. 200acres 1 00 10 00 Alford, James 15 acres Samofor'92, '93 and '94 $ 1 45 THOMAS 1 75 Adams, Mrs. Nancy 13 acres 3 65 Austin, Sid town lot ......... Proprietors of.... Hampton, J. F. 75 acres 2 29 Boone, James GO acres, balance 1 55 Bailey. Dan'l 0 acres 2 00 24 acres Hilton, T J., DANVILLE, KV., Christopher, D.V. house and lot in 1 55 Harnett, Enoch 21 acres 2 50 llildebrandt, H. 39 acres STANFORD, KY. Absolutely Pure. I 3 25 Builder and Dealer In All Kinds .. inMcKinney 4 50 Haggard, Mary A. '92, '93, '04, '95... 1 90 Carter, Charles I 27 acros Having bought of P. W. Green his Lively bus1 90 of Carriages. A cream of tarter baking pow Oarmley,John lot..v 1 75 iness and addej new buggies and horsee, wears 2 Co Uartcr,liinl 30 acres Jasper, John 57 acres prepared to furnish 2 85 Repal'inK a Specialty. Work dene sad warrant der. Highest of all in leavening Ends, Thomas, 45 acres, balance Carter, George fo acres 1 55 2 15 Kasperito, Henry 107 acres to give sattifaclien. All work dune when el 3 15 FIRST-CLAS- S strength. Latest United States Froy tag, Alex lot in llowlftud. ...... All accounts 2 35 Collier, James (X. R.)lot in Mi- lKrugcr.Fred (N.R ) 2 acres TURNOUTS firomiied. Vour patronage due when work solicited. 90 20 50 loJgevillo Flowers, John W. 32 acres laovernment I'ood Report. 1 .jo 70 acres 2 85 Leon, Albert On short notice The travr line oubiie will And 2 12 Mamie, us always ready and willing to lurniih Drum 2 70 Louis 70 acres SPRING AND SUMMER. ROtALBAKING POWDER CO., Hale Jeff 13 acres Rowland r... 1 95 Floyd, Mrs J. lOOacros mers' Wagoas, cither single or double, or Cirri- 4 65 James lot in Hughes, 1 SO 4 35 Haley, Dave, Morelaiul, 55 acros Minks, Win. 177 acres 106 Wall Street, New York. Something to Beautify .the Ladies. K s of ail kinds at vcrr l.QW PRI 007 in anu areunu town will alio end us the peoKeisling, Charles lotirillowland.... 2 15 Oaks', Jermima heirs 10S acres 1 55 Haines.H. A. lot $500 3 80 ple 10 deal with. Slop us when in town 70 ally orKnlning New Hate, flowers and lacesl courts and entertainmentswith your horse and ve-si Masscy's, James heirs, 91 acres GO Houston, Tobo 15 acros and 2 10 We 3 Same for '93 and '91, 103 acres Eive the assurance to the trade that tttev wit hicle will be well cared for. 4 30 Rowland Moore, George lot in 2 05 find in our establishment the same cicluilvcness 2 75 Lce,Whitt 12acnn Parker, George W. 7 acres G.I!. COOPER n style of patterns, hats aad 3 70 all the Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky 57 Martin, Thomas 04 acres 5 16 leatllog novelties la Millinery benncts and we ate J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, Playfortb, Henry 90acres 2 00 Minks, J II. lotSOO for which knuwu throughout the country. O'Kecfe. Mike fX. R ) loUn Row- Ragan, V. B. (X R) SO acres IS SO Peacock's, G.F heirs lot in Hit - V a have OUR HtSTLINGINSLRANCK trimmer for thesr MAN, T. 0 lnn.l tonville 5 55 son. Thanking vou lor tinl favors, we reantct Rowland's, Alfred heirs 300 acres fully solicit your patronage hetctofore so liberally Day. 4 90 Rates TWO DOLLARS Por Pence, Elisha lot in Rowland Seargent. Ligo 3 acre- 2 10 bes tawed. 43 50 from 'H6 to '94 JTOHTITSOIT, Al. U. UUMIJB.KAK' 1 20 KATE D UDDKK A R, Manager. Remodeled and refurnlshod throughout. Large Skidmorc, Green 14 acres, baL SO Wnjrgoncr.Tom oOacres l 75 Shafer, Amanda 5 acres 13 45 una (Commodious sample Kooms. Wbo represents the Old Reliable Michigan MutuWright, Jos.S. 50 acres 1 &rj Singleton, Ezra (N. R.) 128 acres... 2 00 Walls, Dick Sacres Hall and office connected by Electric Belli al Life Insurance Co,, of Detroit, Mich., Can guests. Prompt and polite service to write you all the most favorable 47 fnrur 2 10 Stuart, Alf P. 5actcs I ance. He a.ao represents the old plans ol Central reliable Tobacco Warehouse of l.omst lilt. Ky , aad will 3 GO STANFORD NO. 1, COLORED. Sweeney, Samuol 114 acres M.S. Baoghman, J. W. IUdghw,!.. be glad lohave a liberal share of your pairoaaire. New goods of the latest styles Juit received 7 00 HUSTONVILLE, No. 4. Colored. Turner, John 2i5acrcs Will to cooler the (.n,. th.i r.n 1,. Call In aad see the largsst anu best assetunl line givenbe leadv warehouse ail Liberal by any u cash .. S 00 Ware, O. G. 97 acres ever brought lo bUulonl. Prices as low as the mad on consignments, both in the ware Ballinger, Hannah house and lot in lowest 1 55 i Watson, Cyrus 20acrcs hirtlie aud country 1 will be at Manford every Alcorn, G W. lacre '1 -- " Stanford rROHtITORS- court day Patties wanlmir hoirsheads. nriiM sr l so Elegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. SO money should address mo at Paint Lick, Ky. MISS LICC1L XKAZLLY, 80 Young, Willis (N.R ) GO acres 1 acre Anderson, Greon town lot !.. Ball, Edith 2 W Prompt attention guaranteed. bUnford, Ky (9 fin & SALE Beazley, John 17 acres JLIYERY, 2 15 Anderson, Isaac 7aeru 1 55 ,.... I 50 CRAB ORCHARD No. 2. Colored. Bailey, Goorge lot DON'T KORUKTTHAT lilaiii, Anderson 1 aero 2 10 1 90 t. Baldock, Adam lot 1 00 Boono, Wash town lot THE FAVORITE MILLS,' 1 55 Bright, John (X ItJQncroi Sfc&nford, - - Kentucky. Butcher, Matilda town lot SO 1 05 Butcher,Amanda 4 acres F. H. IllLBY. Proprietor, Brown, Joseph 5 acros h balance- - 4 25 Fish, Mose town lot 150 Carr, Anderson town lot, 3 05 ATMeKINNKY, KY., 1 70 - Kontucky. Have Just been overhauled and repaired iroet bot u I Brown, Hawk lot... 2 15 2 10 London. 1 55 II you need livery give us a call. Nothing out Caldwell, Wm. town lot Humber, Sam'l 2 acres torn 10 top by the ftuious Richmond Clly Mil 55 turnout will leave our stable. See us Christopher, Albert lacro Caldwell, Eph 0 acrus 1 05 Works, of Richmond, Ind, and with capacity I hate laaved to my new Hotel aad am belts 2 50 Lackey, Ligo 27 acres famtca. In our now Increased, 1 55 and better work Carpenter, Guorge 50 acios Cooper, Josh 2 acres 2 50 prepared than ever to accommodate the public than ever before,ate doing more old reliable D atrd with the Lackey, I5en(X. If. 5 acres) V Oood Livery attached and every convenience d 3 G5 Carter, Jako lot. Kennedy as head miller, you are aura of good BLACKSMITH SHOP. Cook, Wm. town lot 2 50 urtd. Give me a call. 1 55 Pettus, James 2 acres Hour and fair treatment, lie sure and bring us TRANK RILKY. 1 65 77 Capps. Marion 1 acre your grinding and when buying call for our old 2 30 work and aatlsfactor Crow, Henry 8 acres . Witlguarantoi 1 70 Sutton, Wm 4 acres and wall established brands. Favorite Patent, 1 90 ticcH Tiy our hor shoer. Cloyd.John Jr. lacre 1 75 C)nig,Ilein lacro 1 90 Favorite and Makers' Choice John 4 acres TurJkcr, 1 55 Cloyd, Edith 10 acres "A.TKS A SON, Givens', Anthony heirs town lot 80 Vandiveer, Georgo 3 acres... 2 35 Successor to .i L. Tanner it Favorite Milling Co. JjUn H. Cattleman. A. O. Lanbat K. 1 95 Cloyd.Joe lacre 1 65 Giyens', Top heirs town lot 1 55 Whitley, Mary town lot J200 1 70 Or Grigsby, Jim 8 acres uiens, Auam acros l 90 1 55 Givens, Dave 22 acres Hail, Silas 4 acres, balance 5 12 Cp Onpik) two miles Cut o( llmtonville Coo 1 75 Hansford's, Clark heirs town lot... 3 10 WAYNESBURG.NO. 3. WHITE. Givens, Allen 0 acres tains Givens, John towilot 2 85 Hansford, Robert town lot 2 10 Or STANTORD, KY Gooch, Ilenrj 12 acres 2 55 1 05 140 Havden, Timothy lacre Is bow fully organised and ready for business sella 3 65 Austin, E B. 60 acres Harrison, Lyons lor 4 20 , Samefor'94 2 00 Well Improved and in an escelleat neighborhood Same for '93 and '94 7 35 Land lies well Will exchange for a smaller or a Paid .up Capital of - - $200,000. 1 75 Jarman, But acre Hays, Wm. lot 2 00 cheaper place in this or any good county in the 50 acres 0 35 Baugh, Alfred gruteries . 3 75 balance Same for 0,000, 3 30 Slate or would take a cleanIdstock oflite town, and Burplus, 3 05 Jones, Gabe 2acros Same, 30aCres hardwara in part payment some or BARBEB&CASTLEMAjN Hays,Bony '91, acres Lewis, Rachel 30 acras, 2 55 1G 1 20 win sen tor part cash, balance In fWe Years' time StCCXSSOR toTHK LINCOLN 2 10 Baugh, John 136 acres NATIONAL or longer if desired. Kor further particulars call MANAGERS, BANK OK STANFORD, 2 55 Baker, Mart '92, '93. Helm, Harrison 70 acres K. D. KKNNKDY. 4 20 Masterson, Xelson 25 acros, balance, 1 00 on or address, '94 0 acres'. Now closing up) with the same sissta and 8j im 1 90 IIUIKIDillir, n7 McCormack, Ben Sr. 1 acre, 1 55 Hill.Wyatt lacfo undsi 1 90 Bryant, M.O. 24 acres Commerce Building, Louisville, the same management. 1 90 McRoborts, IlarriwMi, aero, lly provisions of lischaitsr, depositors art al Howard, Thomas 2 acres 2 10 Bryant, John A. 25 acres 2 85 fully protected as aie depositors In National Agents throughout the South STANFORD Morton's, Georgo hoits Saoroa, 3 S5 Kincaid, Elleri 41 acres 00 Banks, iu shareholders being held Individually 2 05 Bunch, Letcher 54 acres liaolc to the extent of the amount of their stock Xeal, Minerva lacre, 2 85 Carrier, 75 W..,a. TEIBBLE, Local AgfHrt, Lackey, Tom 5 acres R 45acres thereto at the par value thereof, in ddilion to the : COLLEGE. 2SJ 0 FEMALE 3 30 Childers, James L. 10 acros Lackey, Wm. town lot amount invested In auch shares. It may act 1 75 2 40 XoKon,Jim lacre STANFORD, KV. executor, administrator, trustoe, Ac, as fully as as 1 90 Sandidge, Wolf lOacaw, Logan, Daniel lacre 1 90 KY. STANFORD. in individual. 3 50 Same for '92 and '91 To those who entrusted their bulsiness to u 2 50 Fay, Mary 50 acres. Sandidge, George 2 acres, Logan, Samuel lot 2 10 ..IK VOU AREGOINO 1 70 jrblle mnaginir the Lincoln National Daok Ol WILLIAM SH ELTON, President. 2 35 Singleton's, Rioe heirs Stanford, we wc here tender our many thanks aad Samefor'94 1 90 3 05 Flinchpaugh, J.F. lOOacros OR trust they will continue to trini.rt th.i. k,..i 55 Logan, Mary 17 acres ..., MRS. NANNIE S. SA.UFLEY, Lady Principal. with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten1 76 7 05 Tombs, Ira 2acroi, Fox, O. A. ISO acres THE 2 85 Same for '91 Teacher in the tion to sararour twenty years' oipsnenca la 1 75 Miss Kmtna L. Martin, Pesiding 2 05 Trice, Mitchell 1 aero, Goocli, X. II 00 acres banking and as liberal accommodations as are 55 GrilTeth, James 20 acres Lynn, Timothy (X. R.) 1 aero with sound banking. Welch, Jamea 1 acre, 1 55 1 SO Miss Mary Coiven. Princsptl al the Music De 3 30 McAlister, Joseph town lot Welch's. Jerry heirs 2 apres, (JO partment; J 1 20 Griffin, Artimacy 50 acres I J. Williams, ML VernoI,' 1 05 McMullen, Logan 2 acres 1 60 Miss Mary P. Harris. Principal ef the Depart2 10 Wilkerson, Frexl lacre, Griflin,W G Olacres . H. Shanks, ftunfoid; , ments of Art and l.locutWm. 2 15 Williams, Richard, lot McMullcn, Wils 5 acres 2 00 1 80 J.S. Oivslcy, Stanford; Grillln.S. Gacres 2 15 Montgomery, John lacre S J. Eruliy, Stanford; 85 Next Session wi'l Begin WednesGreybcal, Mary A , balance LouiaviLLc a Nabhvilic R. R. J "L. Dixon, tho rppnblican Bherifl 2 34 J. II Owsley, Stanferdj Patterson, Anno lot 13 13 Gunn,W.A. 1,700 acres 22. day, January J. F Cash, Stanford; of Allen couuty, like Sheriff Pflanz, fail-e- d 1 80 Reid, Aquilla 0 acres 1 00 Harris, W. II. 40 acres, balance William Gooch, Stanford; For terms, &c, send for Circular or call at the la the line for you, as its to filu hia bond in time, and under 55 Harris, Geo. W. 5 acres, '92, '93, '94.. 1 65 Roe, Bettie 10 acres College. A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevllle, Auditor Stonti'd ruling will have to step GO 1 Rout, Samuel 1 acre W. H. Cummins, Preachers IU 1 54 Harris, John Smith 3 acres 3. H. Shanks, President, down aqd out. 1 GO Rout, Dick 1 acre Make dote connections at 7 85 Same for '91, '92, '93, '91 Dr.rj.'Il. OwsleyCasbier, 1 G5 3i7ISVLLLE And CINCINNATI Rout, Caleb lacre 1 50 Harris, Jack Cialg 25acrc,bal W. M. llrlght, Teller. Tho Idoal Ppnacoa. OF HUSTONVILLE, 2 55 Sandidge.John lacro For all points. Samefor'94, balance 70 Jo"es L, Francis, Alderman, Chicago, says: "I Will carry a full line ol Renulne Oliver Chilled 1 90 regard Ir King's New Discovery as au ideal IHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Simpson, Elias 2 acres 1 54 Hicks, David 4 acres BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH panscca for coughs, colds and lung complaints, Plows, Silver Steel Plows and repairs for the Implements. The 2 55 Inyard, MaryE 27 acres Simms, Tom 47 acres 77 having uied It iu my family lor the last five years GaloandA.other leading farming Reaper Machines, For any information enquire of Walter to the exclusion of physicians' prescriptions NATIONAL BANK or Cultivators Wood Mower and best DuKgie for 1 75 JOES. RICE, Agent, Stewart, Silas 'J acres of the best quality, 2 50 other pre.arations.'' Rev. John Uurgess, Jacobs, Hugh 50 acres Stanford, Ky the money, Phaetons, burreys aud Carriages of OF STANFORD, KY, 1 50 Stewart, Larken lacro writes: "I have been a minister or 1 55 Jenkins, Joo 5 acres the Jlethodist Episcopal church lor 50 years of the richest qualities and fanciest and latest at) les. 1 55 and tho The best grade light Vinson, Frank lacro Johnson, I. X. (X. It.) 547 acres 23 40 more and nave never lound anything so benefi- cheaper grades. ofCollars,buggy harness for farm Capital bames, bridles Stock cial or tbat nave me auch speedy relief as Xr 1 50 Warren.Sid lacre 2 85 King's Ne Kcnchcsc, Win SO acres Discovery." Try this ideal cough purposes, breeching and s'rnp work of all kind of all descriptions. Trunks, bags, trav........ remedy. Trul bottles free at W. li McRoberfa Furniture Whitley, Jane 10 acres Surplus 50 Loach, Wm. 20acres, balance Only Dnect IAlc Between . 1 55 eling telescopes, horse blankets, buggy rugs, stove drugstore. Withers, Sandy 0 acres 80 Long, James 40 acres . and stove fixtures. &c, all of which he incites Attention of the public is invited to 2 23 your attsnnon and inspection and promise to deal that this is the only National ll.nk StaSfo'j Shortest and quickest between It MayDo as Much for You Justly and act honorably with you In all transac2 30 Martin, W.O. 02 acres Under the provisions of the National in Hank Mr Fred Miller of Irving. III. writes that he tions. Thanking my many customers for their Georgetown and Paris, CRAB ORCHARD, are secured not only by the caDlril UTonkfort, liberal con- nock, but by the stockholder. solicit No. 2, WHITE McMullen, G II. 100 ncres, bal...... 2 00 had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, patronage In the past year,alll a happya new year, ,iblh,y Oarllslo, Maysvllle, Oynthfana, ,0 thc tock' 1 00 with severe pains in his back and also that his tinuance, and wish them McWilliams, Mary 1 acre daposltor. ol golf D. S, CARPENTER, Falmouth and Covington. bladder was affected. Ho tried many so called this Institution are secured by a Bt fund Hus'onvllle, Ky. Miller, L.E. (X.R)GOacres 2 70 Kidne cures but without any zoo.1 result. About rive iworn statcmenta of the condition of A ft for tlcVets via Kentucky .Midland. Trains Abt, Casper 1894, lOOacres are mad each yearto the United States govVr" f 4 70 MulIius,Sam 87 acres, '90and'95... 4 05 a year reliefhe began useol Klectric isHitters and run by Central Standard Time. ajjo found ment and its assets are examined at stated time at once Electric Hitters esncclallv Time Tabla Nov. 3, 1895. 3 70 Oaks. Martha SOacres Adams, Wm.T. 110 acres : : .tdaptul to curaot all Kidney and Liver troubles by government agents, thus securing additiiema 75 endperfect safety to depositors. and olu;a givot almost instant relief. One trial No. 1. No, j. No. 7. 80 Adams, Sarah 7 acres 1UAINS EAST. Oaks, W.M. 40 acres l will prove our statementa. m. p. m. p. m, This institution, originally Price only joe, lor 1 10 Same for 1894 arge bottles At A. R Penny's Drug Store. 6 s$ A 4 S Deposit Bank of Stanford la .8SS,t6en re"rgaa i L.va Franklort tsed a the National Bank of Stanford In "wj a"d o 4 8 7cS " Klkborn Adams, David (N. R ) 350 acres 2 35 HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Stanlord In .S8, has had r,Mt National Bank ol " Stamping urouad 7 a; 4 47 148 Mt,aT S Suno for 1894 4 25 " &eortetownB... 7 4S S 3J practicaUyan uninterBIG LINE OF so C.S. Depot 7S' i Oilers his services o the peoplu el West Lin rupted existence of years. It i. Air. Atchison & Johnson, 160 acres 3 10 4 ra J 41 I'arts.. U....... o JO coln aud Casey counties, tun stoca ol uomns ZfWtl UcUtI fo' """"tin? business prompt liberally than ever before in its long 1 90 Bowers', Chris estate 100 acres and Caskets always on hand. n4 8, to. honorable career. Account of corporations: 4. TRA'NS WEST. No. a. No.m. No.m. No. m Beck, Win 113 95 D. ti. Carpenter, Manager. fide. p. a. a. b. p. 90 acres cianes, firms and individuals respectfuUy .olio- 6 00 4 40 rts C. ....... 9 05 Bell, James Matt 2 10 CALL ON .. Tt Directory ol this Bank is composed ol 'C8, Depot U 10 07 637 5 55 6 40 BIankenship,T.S. lOacres 40 10 ro ' Georgetown Forestua Ileid, Lincoln county; 60 acres 2 40 7 7 Jump'g Gro'd 10 a8 6 ji S, T. Harris, Lincoln; Croutcher, James 2 acres 1 55 oN$ Klkborn 7J 8 is J. H. Collier, Lincoln; Frankfort A.- - 11 OO 73 Arr Dollins,Wm.J. 14 acres 2 45 STANFORD, KY., J. W. Hayden, Stanford; Easton,John 300 acres SUNDAY TRAINS. 3 05 S. II. Baughwan.1 Lincoln; Pocket Key Checks by Mall for only ij Cents. All Kinds and at Lowest Frices. Lc.v Georgetown to 10 a. m,r arrive Frankfort Farris, J. B , 800 acres 4 85 J. S. Ilocker, Stanford; Kor Baggage and Key Check, Metal Checks of a. m. o W. A. Tribble, Stafford; all klnus, Badges, Dog License Checks, Key 60 X1.y Frankfort 4 3'P m. arrive Georgetown Griflhi, Samuel (X. R ) 36 acres Kings, Chains, dc. Stampingon Metal and genM. D. Elmore, Stanford; ?' s Jso Kentucky Midland Railway and connac- - Griffin, Charles 50 acres I). Elmoiw's store, 1 75 eral repairing. Shop over M. T.P, Hill, Stanford; $6 Ky. Stanford, tiaia form the shorten ana cneapen rcui iu m Griflin, Win., 150 acres 2 00 K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; Call and see them. '. Griffin, Frank, 25 acres M. 1 65 virm r,.rthr Infcrraitlon . anolv , ys. w all the -- JTTMrO I will take in trade hides I can gel J. 8. Hocker, President;J. Miller. Mi .; U. U, rJSKkAWiUia, AKm. Haggard, Pollard A. 66 acres tor for cash or lilJJlliU. Stanford oral my home leather oui. & Gen.Sup 00 OKO. B.HARPER, Kec'r la court day at no. , McRoberU, Cashier; Frankfort K y Same for 92 and 93 Chas. KnnsUn, Tanner. i 50 HUSTONVILLE, No. 4, WHITE. Building. Office on Main Street, POWDER 1 Y.SHAW, G. B. COOPER, Livery and .Feed Stable, I -. SARKER HOUSE, Somerset, Kentucky. 1 first-cla- ts M. W. TO TEE LADISS ftiS.&J.W.Baugliman, FEED STABLE, advance-men- THE RILEY HOUSE first-cla- ss first-clas- s La-die- s' ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Splendid Farm For Sale Exchange Aercs of Fine Land, Farmers BanMTrnst insurance Company -- -- 1 -- -- -- 1 WORTH W35ST, Studs-Hall- ; coa-tiste- jit double Dally Trains ,.... I '. D. S. OAEiPElTTEi., FIRST j. Midland R'y, ..... 8100,000 Cincinnati and Frankfort 23,700 ofW J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, ( - L(I PLOW GEAR, H.A RNBSS, SADDLERY, &c. F. G. BRADY, a. .. .. mJTt2sTXlTG' PLOWS, v-- . FARRIS & HARDIN. Olten-acin- A A.McKinnay, Asit, Cashier