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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896012801 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXIII. CHURCH AFFAIRS. LANCASTER, CARRAnO COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 28. 1896. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. I NO. 94 I Mips Annie Royston began 7her secKuv. W. 8. Grlnateai! will preach t Burt'aeod oats tor salo. A. W. Car- -' Weilnemlay ond term of school at Beech wood near penter, Milledgeville. Walnut Flat school-hou- se Point Lcart-l- l yesterday, 27th. Brisk ppeculatlon sent wheat up two niht. MIkb Frankyu Doty entertained a contain Chicago (oil tleoil In Tho Rev T. H. Hargrove Saturday, tun pulpit Mhilo preaching inColtlwatur, number of her young friends at her Alcyone wna bred to 302 mares and country home one evening lniU week. 300 of them produced foals. Mlt., Sunday. Mlaa Dove Harris entertained Satur-- Joslah Bishop sold to James Giveua -- At Peru, Intl., lrciieriok Pickup fell, doad in church while lvin tils "exper- day evening in honor of her two friends, a tl vo j enr-ol- d mare for $100. MiBBeaSplllman nnd lomlineon, nt her ience." Ho had Just hoou converted. Burt seed oats, best on earth. For mIo by 15. S. Powell, Huatonville. Thero are 10,817,510 church mem. home on Richmond strrnt Mips Francis Collier, daughter of -- Frink Anderson bought in the Etsti bera in tho United Statea, hardly enough or h workiHK majority of tho population Adjutant General Collier, entertained a hnd a bunch of butcher cattle at 2J to Mra. Uatr Holler Moody, mother number of her young lady friends Tups SJc. ol tho famous evanRelist, died nt 15 ot day nlternoon nt luncheon from 1 to 5 nt A Rusk, T.xfl, farmer mnde 3,0T0 Nortbileld, Maps. She wbb 01 years old. her home on Lexington Avenue. bushels of Early Roso potatoes to tho Dr. James B. Kinnnird, one of Lan- acre l)y special invitation of Mr. Jim Kd Bruce, tho liapttat choir will meet at hia caster's mostpopulnrphjsieians, has not Jonas Weihl, agent tor Nelson Mor(Wednesday) nichl for only beeii made the president of the ris, has bought 100 export cattle at 3jc homo Kentucky Central Medical Association, Paris News. practice eldeis of tho Parte Ohrlatim but tho treasurer of tlio Kentucky MediAll tho Two thousand season tickets to tho church bavo died In tho last three yearn cal Society as well. Louisville fall trotting meeting havo alMr. Kd Norria, of Paint Lick, bought ready been except one. Five new eldurs and eiKUt sold. four hogd of Sampson Archer at 3 35; new deacons wore chosen Sunday, Flvo million dollars was hung up on James Murray bought a work mule of the trotting tracks in The Christian Index, one of the old tho United StateB Henry Moore for $75; Wm. Simpson sold nnd Canada last year. 6it Baptist papers In the United Stntea to James Parks nioo shoals averaging J. T. Pagu it Co., lust Monday sold to and the denomination oran, was sold to Hm. at 3 23; Wm. Lucas bought of James Allen A Coffey a car load of fat hogs Dr.T. R. Roll, of Nashville, for 11,000. Moore ai a horse for $40. $3.10. Columbia Spectator. It Is published nt Atlanta. The alarm of tho fire bell on Friday Scott Newman will not race Boreal The new Lander Memorial M. 15 Church South vi as dedicated at Louis evening caused tbo Lancaster people to this year, but will keep him In the Btu villo Sunday. Tho sermon was preach- rush pell mull to Ascertain what resi- at his farm near Shelby ville. Carl Bates, of Iowa, has been camed by the Rev. Dr. G. O Kelly, of Blrm-Ingha- dence or building was on fire. A cabin ou Mr. Will Romaus' grounds was found paigning Ihalberg, 2.21 j, for nine years. aud a collection of i'2,M0 was t'j be burning, but by strong efforts the token up. Bates is 05 and the horse is IS flames wero aoon extinguished. Tho sorvlcea conducted at the CumGeorge F. Anderson, of Boyle, eold At this writing Mr. Newton llrond-du- s, to C. M. Buck, of Minnesota, n berland Presbyterian church by Dr. Ferwho recently moved into our midst guson and Rev, Mr. Ilodgeip, of Nash pacing filly by Royal Wilkes for 1050. Villo, continue to Attract oveiil wing from McCreary with his family, is lying Cnpt. B J Treacy, the noted horso-bieode- r, bouses and intense Interest. Don Hug at the point of death. He lias not been mndn an assignment at Lexingin the best of health for some time past, Green Courier. ton. His asiits ore $50,000; liabilities, Rev. R B. Mahony, of Stunforl, hbs still none of his loved ones were appre- $SO,000. been engaged to supply tho pulpit of the hensive of so serious a termination of his Burt oatp, 700 bushels for seed, for Baptist church of London during the illnes. Lap Year Club has sale by B. K. Wwaren. These oats yield A been organic nreaentroar Ho will preach on tbu edbyH number ot the young society from 50 to 75 buohela to the Acre nud are second anil fourth Sundays of each people of Paint Lick. It meets every rust proof. fnonth. Kclio. In the libel suit of David Gideon weeksand who knows but whnt beand tho Hard Shell fore Tho agninet Phil Dwyer, both New York the year has cloaud that some of the Baptists at Richmond hnvo fallen out most eligiblo young men mar have had horpemen, th former was given $15,000. over the joint potBestion of tho chuicb a number ot proposals from the Uir tvx He sued for $50,000. thero and a suit for its salo has been filed. Bud Doble, tbo great driver, will A large number of sheep bilouging That is they have .appealed to tho law to tome of our more enterprising far- likely noer be seen in the sulkey again. which the Bible savs was not made for mers, tho Walker Bros, nnd Mr. James He owns n big mining interist in New tbo riRbteous, but sinnore, murderers, Biirosido have recently been killed by York nnd is devoting big entire time liars and perjured persons Do the mem- dogs that are infesting the community. to It. bers come under any of these head? P. P. Nunnelley bought In Pulaski Only two weekuugo, Messrs. Tine Cook, Mr. Rlljfih II BerVey wl I nddrcw beorge Evana nnd Judge Robinson had and Rockcastle for W. P. Tate 19 mulo tho Young People's Soointy of tho Bap- tlio same grievance to make. It ia hoped colts nt $22. He bought for himself eight tist church next Sunday afternoon and more stringent laws may Lb made to pro- aged mules at about $G0 and two boraes Mr. Joshua Jones tho Sunday following. tect such property. at $00. Tho ntteudaucu hh largo UstSunduy to The price of corn is advancing. YesRev. J. W. Lynch, a gifted young hBrthe"boy orator," Logon Huglus. miuioterof Danville, will be here this terday it was quoted at f 1.33 and $1 40 Impress tho fact that "Every Boy and evening, Tuesday, aud deliver the first of per barret. Good timothy hay is in deGlrlahould Have an Aim in Life." Tho his beries of lectures nt the Fork church mand at $14 to $15 a ton. Lexington attendance nt these meetings is increas- subjects "Sjria and Palestine'' and Leader. ing all tbo time and those who do not "Three Weeks in Tent and Saddle." The About 300 baskets of,' lettu:e leave avail themselves of the opportunity of season ticket will only be 75s or single Galnesvillo, Fin., daily. This ia conaid being present miss a great denl. "Bro. Ircturu 25c. All who avail themselves of ered a email shipment for this season of Sizemore'n orchestra" is generally on the opportunity of hearing this lectnrer the year. Tho returns aro from $1.75 to hand aud with the choir, furnishes ex- will bo greatly benefited. $3.25 per basket. George L. Carter bought of various cellent music. Tho sad information was conveyed parties in Pulaski 25 aged mules at $40 to The Rev. O. O. Oline la not having as to Mr. John Shfra last veek of tho death $G0. Mr. Carter lias handled five car plain sailing in his crusade against the of bis son, Eugene, at Puuaix, Arizona. loads of mules this winter and has real Catholic church, bb when ho llret began The young man had been in failing ized a nice sum on the lot. The Oynthiana papers rnke him fore and health for n year, but it was hoped that James and Samuel Forsvthe havo nft, the Democrat characterizing him ns a change of climate would avert tbo fell sold and delivered to Dick Gentry, for "nuisance and a hobo," n bushy-hairedestroyer for a while at least. The burideNelson Morris, 50 head of export cattle, sensationalist with nn al occurred at Ptuvaix. The blow falls weighing 1,500 pounds, at 53.85. sire to make himself notorious nud got They heavily upon tho father, for this was his were about the- best bunch of cattlo in Into print, with low standing in the relast and only son. It is a sad thing to ligious body with which he chooses to the county. -- HarrodsburglDhmocrat. -, contemplate when it is remembered that A close estimate of the crop of orafllliate, nnd not of o character to comsince Mr. Shea nnd family moved here anges in Southern California this Benson, uiand respect. He delivers two lectures four ot its members have died. First made by the president ot the Southern freo and widely adertises n vulgar third the mother, then three of the sons, all in California Fruit exchange, puts it nt for men ouly, at which an admittance n few yeara of each other and all of that car lottds, or 2,700,000 boxes. This is fee is charged. Thus this clergyman fatal disease, consumption. Much sym-- p nn increase of about 400,000) boxes oyer trades upon tho lowest tastes of humau-kin- d ithy is felt tor the grief stricken man. last season. nnd would receive pay for delving Miss 15 Ina Bnltew, of Madison, lathe alone J. C. Robb, has sold200 bushels of Into filth and nastlnes. n fact that guest ot Mrs. IM Price. T. J. B. Turner blue grass seed in tho last month at GOc should condemn him in tho eves of do left InPt week for n business trip to Texcent men. per bushel. John Steele paid,',$200 for as and expects to bo gone about n month. a pair of good mare mules, and $55 for a Ho Wan Sjiuimthotlr. Rev. J. M. Nelson and little sona ore E. R. Sparks 15 band horse mule. Johnnie Few ends It breaks mo nlL pleasantly domicilod with Mra. Mnrgaret bought five good brood mares, paying reduced to poverty Gill nud family. Miss Carrie Curry is up to hco a man so from $60 to $73 each. Local buyers are that ho ho to ro nround bcgg-iiiftbo guest ot Mrs. F.D.Gaines, of Dan- paying $4.25 per cwt. for hemp, and money from his friends. is being delivered at that price. Hostctter McOlnnls To whom do ville. Mrs. Nancy Marksbury baa re turned to Perryville. Mr. Boner, of you alludo? Jessamine Journal. y. Woodford, is tlio guest of Mr. John O. Johnnie Fowcnds I nlludo to At HIsIoA Gentry's sale 51 1,100-poun- d to mo at least a Boner. Mr. Thompson Arnold, of RichHo has been feeders went to Jno. D. Harris at dozen times during tho past week with mond, Ib visiting hia sister, Mrs. J S. 3.87J conte; 25 d yearling rattears In hla- - cyea, begging mo to pay Johnson. Kirk Kirby has gone to the head; 10 tle to G. E. Black at him thnt flvo dollars I borrowed from "onoStar State," where ho thinks of shoats to ThomaB Phelps at $5.15; Dallas (Tex.) him last Fourth of July. locating permanently. Mra. J. B. UugheB one yoke of oxen to G. E. Black nt $70; Sifter. bns returned to Mercer after a visit to eight atacka of hay brought $12 50 each Too Much llxtruniRitncn. Judge and Mrs. Wm. Totton, Judge Wm. Arnold's 7S cattle sold last week to Mrs. Uhiblud was describing tho arrangements for her daughter's wed- James Denton, of Soaierset, has been J. W. Bales, averaged 1,625 pounds, visiting Mr. W. H. Kinnaird and family. brought 4 l3o and premium, Richding. bIio Bnld, "tho wedding mond Regiacer. "After that," Mlc-tiona- ry THE GREATEST W-P- 0 7H ' That has been offered to buy the entire stock or to buy as you want it Wc will sell the entire stock and the good will of the House to any one who wishes to go into business, or sell as we can. A great opportunity is offered for some i'J W i HON. R. C. WABREN. YOU1MG, ACTIVE IVIAN !' Tho papers of the Eighth district are Our stock is clean, new an . well assorted and if we can not sell it responding favorably to our nomination of Hon. R. O. Warren, of Stanford, as a as a whole we will sell at prices to the trade that can not be duplicacandidato for delegate to tho National ted, for cash. Here is your chance. Everything in the stock must democratic convention from this district. go and we want it done in as short a time as possible. Come and Tho Richmond Register says: Mr. WarWe invite all to come whether ren is now master commissioner of Lin. examine the stock and see what it is. coin county, having been appointed to you wan, to buy as a whole or at retail. We are determined to close that office by hia lifo long friend, Judge if possible. Mike Santley. Mr. Warren is a graduate ot Centre College, Danville, and a lawyer ability, having been Commonwealth's attorney in his judicial district and later a member of the General Assembly. Ho is over six feet tall, and baa a voice like the roaring bull of Bashan, which ia one of tho epsentinls in a democratic convention. The Eighth district will make no mistake if it sends Mr. Warren to vote its Ranges out of the Range of all other Ranges, yet within the Range sentiments at Chicago on July 7th. HUGHE S & TATE. to -- Pure Baking Powder. A baking powder thnt can be depended upon to be free of lime nnd alum, is a desideratum in these days of adulterated food. So far as can from the oflicial reports, the "Royal" seems to be the only one yet found by chemical analysis to be entirely without one or the other of these substances, nnd absolutely pure. This, it is shown, results from the exclusive use by its manufacturers ot cream ot tartar specially refined nnd prepared by patent processes which totally remove tho tartrate of lime and other impurities. The cost of this chemically pure cream of tartnr is much great-othan any other, and is used In no bak ing powder excopt the "Royal," the manufacturers of which control the patents under which it is refined. Dr. Edward G. Love, formerly analy--ticchemist for U. S. government, who made tho analyses for the New York State Board of Health in their investigation of baking powders, and whose intimate knowledge of the ingredients of all those sold in thia market enablea blm to speak authoritatively, s&ys of the purity, wholeaomeness and superior quality. of tho "Royal:" "I find the Royal Baking Powder composed of pure and wboleeome ingredients. It is a cream of tartar powder and does not contain either alum or or other injurious phosphates A d of all wanting Wc have the only Wrought Iron Range on the and see them. market. Call and W. H. WEAKEN & CO. The Charles Wheeler Emporium. Wc still exist. A new and elegant line of Ladies Shoes, including r al The 20th Century Boot Tailor made Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes at right figures. 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 sub-atance- ." d ovor-yearnin- g - Prof. Love'a teals, and the recent testa by both the United Statea and Canadian governments, show the Royal Baking Powder to be superior to all others in strength and leavening power. It ia not only the most economical in use, but makes tbo purest, finest flavo:-- ed and most wholesome food. ofTi-cial cents. Ala-ronand Arbuckles Coffee at 20. Call and see us and you will save Respectfully, CHAS. WHEELER. money. 5 A new lot of Elegant Calicoes'and Ginghams, all it ia W. B. McROBERTS, Pharmacist and Bookseller. Has a Complete Stock of Pass Books, Day Books and Ledgers, 0,-0- f con-aidera- ule QU-hool- 700-pou- $per 150-pou- nd cplthalamlum will be " "Tho what?" asked Mr. Blublud. "Thweddlng cplthnlnmlum." "I won't pay for itl" ho exclaimed, sharply. "You've spent nil tho money ou flowers for that wedding that I can afford." Chicago Evening Post. Ilritdr for Her. Mrs. R. (bo erely) Did you moll that postal card I gavo you to put In tho box this morning? , Mr. R. No, I didn't. Mrs. B. (still more severely) You 'didn't? o Mr. R. No, I didn't. I sent your by telegraph and here's tho an- iswr now. SomcrviuoJournai. mes-,sag- Mother And you say that this book is totally unfit for my daughter to Most unfit indeed, Bookseller madam. Mother Well, I'll tako It. I'm Buro d can keep It whore Bho wUl never find It Puck. A Careful Mother. Mabdi Gras, Feb. 17 and IS. The rate ofone faro for the round trip will be mado via the Queen & Crescent Route February 1 1th to 17tb, to Now Orleana account Mardi Gras. It is tho only lino running solid veetibuled trains to Now Orleans, and is DO mi lea shortest. A trip over the Queen & Ores' g cent to tbo quaint and intensely city by the gull made to includo a visit during the Mardi Gras season ia de lightful from start to finish. For fur th or information call on or address Ones. W. Zell, D. P. A., Cincinnati, 0., 0. L. Mitchell, D. P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn., W. 0, Rinearson, Gen'l Paaa'r Ag't, Cincinnati, O. inter-eatin- "Let parents not live for their children, but with them." The mother should allow no false modesty to stand in the way ot her daughter's knowledge pf herself, of her possibilities, of her perils. For over 30 yeara Dr. Pierce haa used his "Favorite Prescription" as" a Btrengthener, a purifier, a regulator. It works directly upon the delicate, dis tinctly feminine organs, in a natural, Bi'othing way. It Bearchea out the weak A woman apota nnd builds them up. who would understand herself should send 21 rents to tho World's Dfspenrnry, Buflnlo, N. Y for Dr. Pierce's Medical Advisor, a book of 1.00S pages. --j Here is tbo forcible way an exchange puts it: "One delinquent Bald he would pay us Saturday if he lived.' He's dead. Another one 6ald: 'I'll see you tomoAnother said: 'I rrow' Ho's blind. hopo to go to tho devil if I don't pay you this week.' He's gone to his reward." The drooping bouquet is just now the All the latest Magazines, Books and Fashion Papers received as correct kind in thia country. The bouWeekly, monthly and yearly subscriptions re quet looka as though it was falling to soon as published. ceived. A calendar for 1S96 to present you. pieces. The long, slender stems aro lightly tied with broad ribbon of the New, Fresh Drugs and Chemicals to compound your prescriptions same color as tho blossoms. with. Perfect accuracy and dispatch. Those who believe that banging ia too good for aome people will be pleased to know that the Ohio State Senate Is considering tho matter and will proVnbly adopt electrocution ea an oflicial method Dealer in of ending life. The dancors of Jackson, Miss, barred out of the governor's mansion by Gov. McLaurin'a strict Methodism, held Metal Rooling, Farm and Yard Fence, their Inaugural ball in a hall while the new governor and hla family received at SIDING, the mansion. I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. A New York woman bought a gooee for Sunday's dinner and found a 1J carat & THE BMJK-- n ASS HERD OF diamond in its gizzard. A. C. SINE, Stanford,. Ky. Sas.i, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles FLOORING, CEILING, ETC. Mra. Querrel sat looking into the fire Presently she chuckled a little bit. "What are you giggling at?" kindly In quired Mr. Querrel. "I waa thiulcing oltbe time when you ou told me to say tue one proposed. little word that would make you happy for life." "Yes, I remember; and you went and aald the wrong word." For a pain in the chest a piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound on over the seat of the pain, and another on she back between the shoulders, will alford prempt relief. This is t specially valuable in cases where the pain Is caused by a cold and there is a tendency toward pneumonia. For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. The best salve in the world for cuts, bru.'iess sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. Xl positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is luarantced to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price S cents per box. For sale by W. Ii. McRoberts, druggist. Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, - Crab Orchard, Stock, Kentucky. Piss for sale from the best types of RegistertJ llrceders secured from tno best herds la several different States. Correspondence Solicited James L, Francis. Alderman, Chicago, says: "t regard Dr. King' New Discovery as an ideal for coughs, colds and lung complaints, Many merchant are aware that their custo. aving used it in my family lor the last five yeara raers are their belt friends and Uke pleasure In to the exclusion of physicians prescriptions or lupplyieg them with the beat gooda obtainable. other preparations." Rev. John Burgess, KeoAa an tmtance we mention Perry & Cameron, kuk, Iowa, writes: "I have been a minister or ptomloent druggim of Ftuthlnj, Michigan. They the Methodist Episcopal church lor jo years of aay: "We have no hesitation in recommending more and have never found anything so benefl. Chamberlain'! Congh Remedy to our cmtomera, cial or that gave me such speedy relief as Dr. as it ii the beet cough medicine we have ever King's New Discovery." Try this ideal cough aold, and always give tatiifactiou," remedy. Trial bottles free at W. 0. McRobert'a For sale by Craig a Uocker,&tnIord, Ky, 1 drug store. Tbo Ideal Fpnacoa. Buoklln'a Arnica Salvo. la keceirin His : FALL : AND : WINTER GOODS. call v Goods Warrantedjand a Perfect Fit Guaranteed Give me tew! yAii jfc4ft. - B2iUSSBia&HSSSSSSSSHhfiBMHSMMaMnMiBMMM& ,s y. .j fjSJ Zg rv..AB.ntt4ue,MMBESI'Si!$4nWSlt)Mll lAUjtomtm Lu-A- y .jsW- - - VXV- - n l tMsr-'- f&?&WQ -- ... 1- PffiSaSaEmWRiSS i t I. ! I mi i l - lc ? tion oflicore; that a lead pencil mark a from car to ear. valid vote and that accidental biota or In a race between two ono legged W. P. WALTON. blurs do not Invalidate the ballots, and monatMuncle, Ind., 100 yards were that tho fact that the Btencll mark is a covered in 15 Bcconds. M. H littlo to tho left or right of the square FloodB In tho Mississippi yalloy havo The San Francisco Chronicles, setting forth tho containing the device does not destroy Inundatod plantations, destroyed fences DeYoung, proprietor, and wealth of Cali- the ballot, when the intention of and swept away bridges. advantages, resources of the largest newspapers the voter is apparent. There should not The colored people of the United fornia, is one published. It is in six sections of haye been any question about these States maintain seven colleges, 17 acadEvery department ransacked for bargains. The result, these reducever 4S0 points at all, as they are based on both and emies and 50 high school?. 10 pages each, making GO page tions and low prices. Florie Dorsett, aged 12, of Jacksoncolumns. Each county is written up sense and reason. Mere technicalties becauso her specially and illustrated, and "all the should not count In tho construction of ville, Fla., took poison are told of at length. election laws, but the evident intent of scolded her. r towns in the State A baby weighing ono pound with As an instance of newspaper enterprise, the votor resardod. That the canvass ' Vance-bur- g. is far head of the ever advancing pro- ers should count or reject the uncountod two developed teeth was horn at it It has been some time since we have l-- 2e. cession. California is a wonderful State ballots seems to have been theintontof It lived but a few hours. heard from Mrs. Mary E. While digging nt Marlin, Tex., Ed in climate, mineral and products. It is the franxpra of tho law, else it would bo to fear and had begun the 2d largest in the Union and last year utterly useless to return them with the that that fruitful source of newspaper Morritt and Joo Garth were buried alive. Worth 15 and 20c. Ladies' and misses' Union Suits worth 75c, go wo'k of rescue waa of no avail. produced $15,000,000 in gold, making a books. Items was lost to ub forovor. But not so, The now at 45c. Ladies' and Misses all wool hose worth 25c, now 15c. At Cedar Leaf school house in Lowis of $1,354,505,097 since the discovery total Tub cat is at last out of t e bag. Edi- a happy fate forefends. Sho cometh, jealLace Curtains worth 75c, $1 and $1.25, now 50c, 75c and $1. Mens' of the precious metal in 1843. It is the tor W. M. Finloy, of the Louisville yea Bho cometh, this time In tho role of county, Miss Lizzie Hoble, through Rlgga with a knife. Unlaundercd Shirts worth 50c, 75c and Si; novv 25c, 50c and 75c. only raisin producing State in the Union Truth, who Is defendant in a $50,000 libel plaintiff, not for divorce, but against tho ousy, slashed Koch In b Rusthn theater, in be The panic and the only one in which olives can Norman for" Loulsvillo Transfer Co., whose drunken suit broueht bv wero killed, successfully grown. It Is the home of charging that he as a member of th hor, but by which at least 70 personB driver not only insulted waa started by an actress on tho stage. fig and over $30,000,-00- 0 the orange and the State sinking fund commission, abated reckless driving caused her to fall fora -S- enator Mills, of Texai, introduced is invested in orange groves alone. If the profits of the Mason-Foar- d Co., bad ward and dislocate her kneo cap. Tho tlin refunding act of 1S70 half the things that the Chronicle tells to give it away on tho witness stand that amount of damages claimed la $25,000 i.tn in rinnal resumption act of be true, and we have no right to doubt the author of tho letters he published and we hope Bho will got It, every cent, and the special specie any ol them, the State is as near earthly ana which made tho charge, Is Mr and live long to enjoy tho money and Thousands of other things equally as low A babe weighing one pouud, with All wool black Socks 15 c. perfection as can be attained, Ib sec- A. R. Pelton. manager of the Grand furnish uaJteraB. Com-fort- s, two normally developed Incisor teeth such as Table Linen, Napkins, Towels, Crashes, Head Spreads, ond only to Paradise In its beauty and Opera House, Louisville, an Vanceburg. It lived threo recelv- - was born near Blankets, &c. Many Choice things left in our stock of ready-mad- e salubrity and tho deslro to go thither will ner man. A discharged and agrieved A Knoxvillk (Tenn.) firm has horns. be aroused in the breast of everyone into employee, testifies that he saw n deck to o on nr.lnr for 500.000 POUnds ofdriid The directors of the Tennessee whose hands the paper falls. the auditor from the firm for $9,000 aa his apples for the German army. PjrhajB( Exposition havo recommended heard of tbe Dart of the dlvvr for a certain year, but Emperor William has juBt exposition be postponed till The Warren County Courier, E. R. about eating dried apples that the D. as Mr. Norman, Col. C. E. Hoge and hoary chestnut year. "RanViv next nronrlfitor. and Dr. John deny that such a check was given for breakfast, drinking water for dinner At Sterrett, Ala , John Goodwin, Woods, late public printer and legislator, others supper, and makes n.t awfillino no for of Suits, Overcoat?, Odd Pants and Mclntoshcs. Leave of evidence is on their crazy on religion, shot his wife to death, In the way made ita welcome appear- the preponderance Ac , editor, spirit of economy. aide and it will be hard to make a jury the purchase in the prayed over her corpso and then killed your order for a suit made to order. Remember wc carry a big line ance in this office Saturday, and is as believe that these gentlemen will falsify. of pretty typographically aa it is interesting Tint Tffislature doesn't teem to tale himself. is now on trial at Frankfort and David Bower, of Greenville, Tenn., editorially, even if it is rampant for free The case to Gov. Bradley'a promisea of retrenchia attracting much attention. fover, silver. The genial doctor's pen has boen ment and reform. The bill to mauo a while delirious from typhoid well and was years, but the Ralanea was killed so jumped into a general cut in laid aside lor several TriB ballot for U. S. Senator at FrankCourier showB that it has lost none of its fort has become monotonous. The two quickly it made it aupporters' heads drowned. Oil Cloths in Profusion. 4 Thomaa Foreman, late republican cunning nor become less facile than bodies of t''9 Legislature meet daily, swim. panilldale for mavor of Lexington, died peoalwhen 20 years ago, it delighted the ballot and adjourn with Dr. Hunter Buddenly while at breakfast, Saturday, ol LAW MAKING AT FRANKFORT. ple with its wit and wisdom In the Glas- ways one vote short of an election and thHt the writer Blackburn some 12 or 15. It is now abheart disease. gow Times. It was then Both parties were caucusing last Darnley Beaufort was At attachment for the doc- solutely sure that no election will result night and a hen seems to be on. formed a tender of the charge of obtaining tor, which two decades have served but till after Feb. 5th, when the member bill wan reported acquitted -- Tne 4. M1 ! to increase and we are delighted over the from Nelson will have arrived and quali- adversely In the Senate and tho free money by falae pretenses, preferred by John L Deppen. return of the prodigal son to the bosom fied. Senator Stege is Btanding manful turnpike bill favorably. Bruce Marcum was sentenced to the A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, of die first love, from which he wandered lv hv his agreement to urevent an elec Representative B. B. King presented penitentiary for ono year In the Wolf fears were entertained tion till the date named and great praise bo far away that protect the inclosed grounds or an act to T: D. RANEY, Manager. circuit court for perjury in the issuing of that even the fatted calf would not tempt ia due him, (or it has been In his power premises of common school districts. a marriage UcenBO. him to come back. But It did, so "bring all the time to Battle the election. The a bill to enable , J. O. Branch Stores. Will Benton and father, John forth the best robe and put it on him, and gum ahoe statesman seema to have lost supplement the State school of Rntledge, Ga., engaged In a fight Paris, Carlisle, Mt Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, and shoes on hla hia cunning or fails to find money as po counties to put a ring on bis band by voting a countj tax in aid there- in which the former was fatally cut and Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. ieet, kill the fattod calf and let us eat and tent a factor as he did last Fall, else be fund of. latter seriously ehot. be merrv." might find one man in 13S who is poa bill the The Honse paesed the first While Thomaa King, of Hamilton, honesty Mb. Carroll's bill to amend the libel aeeeed of more cupidity than Thursday of the sesison. It provides for waa sleeping a mouso gnawed his knucklaw should be passed. It provides that and willing to accept a retainer. the punishment of stray gamblers aa va- les to the bone and there is danger of IfrW plalntlffsball recover only the actual the blood poisoning setting In. Tub committee of the woman'a suf grant. appear govs damages sustained, if it should Mr. Black, of Knox, thlnka tho frage association reports slow progress of V The court of appeals has affirmed from the evidence that the publication the work of organizing In the boutn. ernor's salary, which ia $0,500, ia excea-slv- e tho judgment of the Fayetto circuit was made in good faith and its falsity This is aa might have been expected and and made a strong speech in favor of court in tbe case of Henry Smith, colormistake or misrepresentation it ia creditable to the dear creatures. reducing It to $5,500. was due to ed, sentenced to death for rape. nM.nti ami !n thn next reeular issue of Southern women are aatisfied with their The annual salary of the qneen of The Mississppi legislature has parsed said newspaper the publisher Bhould in al noble aphere aa mistresses of the hearts Eogland ia 11,925,000. The prince of a bill making the punishment for carry-loconspicuous manner have maue a cor- and homes of gallant men and do not Walea geta $200,000, and the rest of the concealed deadly weapons a fine of rection, when convinced of ita falsity, yearn to usurp their natural and legal royal family about the same. $50 and 30 days' Imprisonment in jail. that in all actions for libel, implied Drivileges. Naarly all the women suf In the 8enate Senator Salyers Intro Fire which broke out in Owain Edmalice may be rebutted, and if the jury frage screechers are North of Mason and duced a bill for a local option election In wards' grocery store at Paris, spread and finds there was no express malice, then Dixon'a line,as are most of the womon who any city, town or county district when- caused a loea of $15,000, Including a cotno exemplary or punitive damages shall wear bloomers and in other ways try to ever 15 per cent, of the voters ask it. tage belonging to E'der J. S. Sweeney. bo awarded. No reputable newspaper unsex themsoives. All honor to the wo Unless tho railroads reduce their A petition of citizens of Bowling man would kno singly publish a false men of the South! They are queens and Green, asking for the passHgo of a law ratei to Minneapolis for the occasion, the statement to the Injury ol any one, and princesses every one and are proud and nrohlhkiue the killing of quail by trap Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias, will when he has through misrepresentation content to accept thotr position as maniping or netting for a period of two yeata not hold their encampment there this done so and makes due reparation there- fest destiny and leave the ballot and year. was presented. for, no honest man would want more breeches to men. Ben Messer deserted hia bride of a Gov. Bradley has appointed John than actual damages. Mr. Carroll's bill from Lex- day in Lewis county nnd oloped with Washington, a colored man is fair and its treatment by the LegislaSkjjator Call, of Florida, one of the shooting aflray ington, to run the elevator in tho execu- James Moore's wife. A tors will be watched with deep interest native Kentnckians who left his country and tho legislature has fix- in which nobody waa seriously injured, tive mansion by newspaper men. for his country's good, is for war to the followed. . ed theipay at $40 n month. knife and the knife to the hilt with Wood Benson, who claims to have Editor Richardson introduced a bill The llarrodsburg We beg pardon. Turkey, Spain, Eogland and the Federal and pulled the throttle of the first locomo Democrat says wo slandered Wesley K. judiciary and amuses himself and dis- to consolidate the offices of sheriff fees for collecting tive oporated in this country, haa been taltnr and reduce the Cardwell, when we said he was not C3p gusts the country daily with resolutions. five, and Bant to tho work house at New ork lor able of filling a larger position than the He wants an immediate declaration of taxes from 10 and six cents to three cents, saving about f 140,000 to the vagrancy. stewardship of a lunatic asylum and adds: Turkey and the judges who Despondency over business matters State each year. been engaged in busi- war with "Mr. Cardwell has condemned Debs to the penitentiary, a bill caueod O. W. Davis, a prominent ChrisSenator Lay, of Casey, offered ness here from youth up and has alwayB when he ought to have been hung, in county farmer, to cut his throat to establish two training schools for tian as a most liberal and sagacious vestigated. ranked The Senator, like one of disState, but it would Beem from ear to ear. and then throw himself teachers in the businessman ono who has always but lot it go at that, and many of florae training schools now into a cistern. played marked ability in the manage- body else'fl, is a blatherskite, a demn that thora is enough Georgo Obera, of Sandusky, O., went o Opposite St. Asaph Hotel. which he was for the overage man who wants to teach-tment of any enterprise in gogue and an nps. to a restaurant and ordered a howl of get all tho training he needs. was mayor two terms interested. He oyster soup; poured a box of rough en Senator Lnndes introduced a bill auand a member of the city council 10 Statistics have just been completed rata in it and ato it. Ho wos dead in let a years." Again we beg pardon. Wo which Bhow that during the year 1S95 thorizing the Sinking Fund Commie two hours. thought Mr. Card woll was an ordinary, there were 10,500 murders, 5.795 suicides sioners of Kentucky to borrow $500,000 thanNews haB just been received at San nothing but work-Jn- f and 171 lynchinga in the United States. with which to pay the salaries of State every day man fit for Francisco thot the crew of the American npirro and other floaters in election The number of legal hangings ia not officers and tho expenses of the present trading veesol Maria, mutinied Novemgiven, but they are doubtless much lesa seeaion of the general assembly. times. -ber 19 and murdered the captain, tbe Seeding time is now right at handjjwe have a largc'stock of the lynchings. The fearful slaughTho lieutenant govornor says that If mate and one passenger. In Missieaippi, where a democratic thtn humau beings continuea to in ter of H. Rnnate without cause undertakes to The LoulsvillaCrltic sayB that ex- nomination is still equivalent to an eleccrease yearly and will continue thus till expel any republicans he would ignore Secmtary of Stateeadlej and Hernando De Soto Money was tion, lion. a every murderer shall be made to feel the ita action and would admit nil bucIi were responsible for Truth's named by tho democratic caucus to sucaction of Brown h titer draw and life for a life in all cases to the joint caucus, the charges against Auditor Norman about ceed Mr. Georgo in the U. S. Senate. the Senate to the contrary notwithstand- that mythical Mason & Foard Co. check. Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle Notwithstanding his foreign name, Mr. is taken. nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine ing. . The llouse Committee on rivers and Money was born In Mississippi and has You'rb bioht. "Mentioned for ConGrider'abllltoralsotho age of cor.fi harbors has accepted the invitation of our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting represented her In six Congresses, in- gress" ia becoming a common headline. short and wc arc offering special inducements to'closc out a nice line sent In femalea from 12 to 18 years was cluding the present. His success in There are a great many being "mention- referred to the committee on criminal Congressmen Berry, of Kentucky, and of Buggies and Surreys. Dovener, of Virginia, to go over tho may bo due both to his name and ed" for Congress, who will get the honor it waa reported by the L the possession of plenty of his namesake. of the "mention" and nothing else, and law, when religion and morale thereby course of the Ohio river and learn the WITHERS, Salesman. W. L. improvements needed. nothing more. Mt. Vernon 8ig showing that there is objection to ita At last we are favored with the Liber- deserve Near JaepeV, Ala., James Hunyon nal. passage in its present shape. ty Tribune. No. 6, vol. 1, is before us and Hobert Young, opossum hunters, addition to being filled with news The Lexington Leader sayB that dur- quarrelled while they wero up In a tree and in The new dresi of the Hopkinsvllle and other good things, Bro. Phelps New Era is of tho prettiest style of bre- ing . House caucus Friday Graham after game. Kunyon pushed Young off makes amende honorable for having vier and fits like the paper on the wall Vreeland, correspondent ol tho Courier, a limb, but was pulled off with him and BY Blighted this paper in ils exchange list. Business must be brisk with our excelJournal, was found secreted in ft closet in both were killed by the fall. you this time old fellow, lent contemporary to bo able to afford the House chamber. Several republican We'll excuse The treasury department, it is said, hnfcvnu don't want to do us that way aach a luxury these hard timps. gaye him a atrong lecture and only tho regards favorably n plan of having postprewise council of two or three men any more, if you know what Is good for masters forward all gold received at their from passing a Nat Goodwin, tho actor, has sued the vented tho republicans yourself. ollices to Washington in order to mainChicago Tribune for $50,000 for printing resolution refusing him tho privileges of tain the geld reserve, It was supgeatt d A einqulak story comes from Cincin- that he won $2,500 at poker'. Nat was the lloor. by the postmaster.at Cleveland. nati, to the effect that State Senator never known to win a game and The National Souato agreed to the over $100,000 of The oditor waa dying, says an Ramp appropriated is indignant at such a libel. disover resolution urging decisive action by tho hut when tbe doctor bent Banker Fleeschman'a funds, who on And Funeral Director. Tub Kaneas census show a totol of 1.1 v, nu,.aA hia ear to his breast and European powers againet Turkey, and covering hia Iofb set to work to havo him pledging to tho president the support of "Poor man! circulation al carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, more nominated and elected to tho Senate, 155,570 dogs intheStato-just:i,2- 81 vigorous measures Also that it s much than the number of hoge, although most moatgonel The dying man arose and Congress in taking thinking doubtless Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. for the protection of Americans in Arto go the Legislature in that State of tho male population la included in the Bhouted: "You're n liar! wo havo tho menia. Square, Stanford, Ky. opposite Court-Hous- e Room latter. largest circulation In the county." as it ia to go to the penitentiary. Is Thk court of appsals decides in au election contest from Boyd county that the cdhnty canvassing board must pass upon and count or reject all uncounted SrANFORD. Ky., Jasuaby 28, 1896 or rpjected ballots sent in by the elec- InieriqrJqukne NEWSY NOTES. It mav be that tho democratic party Jabuked Mr. Hardin for hia free Bllver A folding bod closed andBtnothpjed views, but ho received about 8,000 moro Maggie Wafford, aged 12, at Now Castle. votes than the othera on the ticket, who An Alabama man, after being shot were gold Btandard men or had nocon-vlctlo- byhiaBon, cut the throat of tho latter Owensboro ns on tho subject. Messenger. Editor Woodson knows as well aa anybody that it was not on account of hie silver vlewa that Gen. Hardin received more votea than the rest of tho ticket, any more than it was on account of hia hard money viewa that Gov. Bradley received moro votea than hia running mites. It was, aa Mr. W. ia aware, solely on account of tho igno ranee of tho vomers, who stamped In tho aquares opposite their mmea instead of under tho device. Be fair, young man, if nothing else. Goodloo-Shreve-Bull- Louisville Store CLEARANCE SALE. grand-mothe- Ladies Ribbed Vests at 12 ltt, ex-Aud- itor Seamless Black Socks, 10 Cents, pa- 1 Con-tenni- ( ( OliOTHING, 50-fo- Carpets and Mattings, &c. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, anti-cigaret- te W! d Ben-ton- M Wl in 1J !5 'Vi! g We prefer the Cash, but if youjjhav-n'-t that come in and give your note. Allac counts MUST be taken off our books. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Furniture, Undertaking, " Carpets, Wall Paper. W. W. WITHERS, I LOOK HERE ex-Qo- v. Son-ator- Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c pol-iti- ca com-mitteo- B. WEAREW. UNDERTAKING ! Jr. c. arcxARx k!mimDt , conan-quentl- y Practical Trimmer, Embalmor dls-gra- ..i,o,i. & Wiv 4. M 2& &mi-Week- ly Interior Journul 1890 lUhdhB at a11 prices, Bee them ABk V. li. A Weuruu & (Jo.'b Stanford, Ky., January 28, New plow in tho fluid. McKluney about it. poat-ollic- a luteins ' Houas and 25 acrea of land in Stan- You can have no idea how cheap and how Rood everything in our jowolerr n" Lford for rent. Apply to II. Holm, agt. eliverwnrestocK is. I lall nftwl liA rflll"" P vinced. Penny's Drug Hnd Jewelry Oun books are closed arid nil accounts Store. must bo paid Immediately. Hughes A f at Juno, E. C. Walton, Business Manager ty,Tuk be dlflcontltiucd after Jan. will L'uliwkl coun31. PER&lrtAlPOIHTS. Mkb. Blck. Tate. T. t John 1 Jonm has heen qultu 0. Ball sold tho houeu he used to Miss Anna of the grip. f aylou linn live in at Kowiuiil to Pete Hampton for been very nick $750. IT. 8. Civil Sbrvick Examination. Or John 8am Owsley, Jr, candidate W. H. Miller, secretary of tho board of for Congress, the Danville Advocate says: examiners of the internal revenue ser- He is well and favorably known in all of vice at Richmond, Ivy., aaks us to say the counties ho Is ambitious to represent. that an examination has been ordered be Ho stands high for a young lawyer, has held by tho local board In Richmond on had considerable experience in public Saturday, March 7, 1890, commencing at affairs aud would, Bhould he receive the 0 o'clock a. m , for the grades of clerk, nomination, make a vigorous campaign. storekeeper, gauger .and storekeepur-gaug- er Popular with the young element of the in tho internal revenue service. party, a good mixer, closely related by Only citizen? of the United Staten can blood and political ties to some of the bu examined. Tho age limitations for most influential families in too district, this examination are as follow: Clerk Mr. Owsley should and no doubt will be 18 years, storokeeper, gauger and a moat formidable candidate. Ho has No application commenced hia canyssa in earnest and 21 yearn. will be accepted for this examination un very little grass will grow under his feet less filed with theHicreUry, in complete between now and the day of the nil- er SUGH BStiGMNS Were never Heard of Before. Mfl.niifefll.nPfM! Nflflnfirl r Ik Mnnew i Mas. Levi Myim ia ill with a Bevero case of grip. Gov. J. G. Givbsb, cosmopolite, ia ve- iling friends hero. MishLxla Coolky went to Lebanon Junction yesterday. v is sick again after x, MisaLlccia having nearly recovered. Mb. J. K. Fahhib ia over toaeo hia slater, Mr. Mary Englemau. Miea Kith Kllibon, of Pulaski, is with Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. McAilster. Miss Flokknck Jknkinb, of Uoyle, ia visiting Mrs. J. W. Haughman. Mian Dolux McHonRRTB has been sick for aeveul daya but ia again out. Mise Lima Baldwin, of Richmond, ia tho guest of Miea Dollie McKobortr. Mise Gracx Gkikhtkad, who Iihb been visiting in Jcesatnlne, returned Friday. Mit, Gharlis F. Ghkkn went over lo Newport Saturday to visit hia sister, Mrs. G. P. Taubman. Littlb Lucy MillkrGivknb is irnprov lng slowly, hut it will be n long time yet before ftho ia out of danger. Mn. Charles K, Bhock, of London, ie hare to take depositions in n case pending in the Laurel circuit court. Col. Cash Uhookb, who hna been here under the treatment of Dr. J. G. Car penter, returned to Altamont Sunday much improved. Tux Klk ton Progress saja that Mr. F. B. Twldwell.of HuBtonvllle, la visiting hia alsters, Mesdamea S. Walton Foray and J. B. Adama. Mus. Limix McAUBTEit, who has appendicitis, ia much better and the doctors now think they can effect a curt without an operation. Bat-aN form, on the proper blank, before the on Monday, Bank of Stanford, wanted. Apply to W Feb. 17, 1800. Applications should be P. Walton. fllod promptly, therefore, in order that for correction if neces Youit account is due and must be paid. time may remain sary. Examinations aro open to all repI need thu money. Citll.tinil Battle. W. utable citizens of the United States who B. MoUcbertH. may desire to enter thu service, without Coal sold for ckhu or exchanged for all regard to race or to their political or re affiliations. For application kinds of grain and feed. J. II. Baugh-ma- n ligious A Co. blanks, full instructions, and information relativu to the duties and salaries of the n Lost, on Main etreet Saturday different positions, apply to W. II. Mila $10 bill. Finder will please leave ler, Richmond. at this office and receivo roward. mary. Cartoonist Gillam received a salary of $25,000 a year and left au estate valued at $250,000. Losses to shipping on tho great lakes bv disaster, for the past season amounted to $2,090,797. An old negro named Peter Dorsey iied at Tallahassee, Fla., Thursday, who claimed to be about M0 years old. One large paper mill in Berlin, N H., makes 80,000 feet of lumber into daily, or 25.000,000 feet every year. A stone image of a woman has been found near Cedarville, O, which is thought to anto-dat- o the mound build-er- a pa-per Five Hhares of stock in First National hour of closing business We were on hand with it and bought goods at 50coHtheDollar Their Loss is your gain. i; V r I. after-nqp- Mn. Co., wholesale hardware Woodruff dealers. KuoxTill,waa on a visit to his niece, Mra. Ed Wilkinson. Mb. and Mrb. 0. A. Moohb have to 8tanlord and have taken rooms at Mrs, Ann Dudderar'a. Mr. Moote will have a "trick" in tho dispatcher's oJltee. Dr. P. P. Tbcbhxaht, of Sterling, Kjuibm, sent us check for hia subscription to Jan. 18J7 yesterday and added that ha waa better satisfied to live in the A d William Gmuos,of the Arm of Foil thu montii of February I will Miss Jano Metcalfe, of Newport, make dressoa in the best and latest styles proposed to Mr. William Lincoln the for only ft. Mis Mary D. Smith. . other night, and he said "yes." The Fa km era, I will take your corn and marringe took place next day. shelled oata in exchange for plow gear, Wnrren Russell, of Garrard, and wagon harness, Ac. J. 0. McClary. Miss Annie Raines, of Danville, F. T. Maggie Durham, oi Canned goods of all kinds, Dried Burke and Mies Shelby City, weru married last week in Fruits, Buchwheat Flour, Maple Syrup, Pickien, Cheese, Crackers, Ac, at War- Danviilo. Mr. Richard Martin, of Boyle, and ren A Shanks'. Miff Dona Monefee, of this county, drove Wantbd. Everybody owing me to to Dr. Joseph Ballou'a Saturday and co mo and settle within the month of were made one by him. The bride is a January. After thnt timu my collector daughter of the late Mrs. Ruth Albright will call on you. Dr. J. G. Carpenter. and is a very pretty young lady. A Paducah woman ascertained the SrKCTACLKa. Mr. W. M. Lackey is inother day that her husband had been consolable. He has lost tho gold spec-tid- married before, and took all the patent given him by his eon for a birth- medicine she could find about tho house day present. Return to him and get re- with the idea of committing suicide. A ward. stomach pump saved her from Kingdom .m come. That roost laughable of musical "A Wild Gooeu Chase," will hold ON A LOCAL NATURE. tho hoards here Feb. 15th. It Is describHarrodsburg has 30 lawyerB to Riched ah the funniest of the funny, so look mond's 20. out for It. It is estimated that Middlesboro'e Siikliiy Nunn, who killed Wm. Best in population has increased 1,000 since the Garrard and was given 21 years, has been census was taken in May last. denied a now trial by tho court of ap Middlesboro and Knoxville can now peals and ha will bo taken to tho penl. y "hollo 1" to each other. The tele tenitlary this week. phone connection was completed last es com-inedie. MATRIMONIALMATTEnS. $18 Suit, $10, $15 Suits for $7.50 Jeans Pants, 39c; Wocl Filling Jeans, 50c; Good Wool Jeans, Working Shirts, 15c. $1; The South Carolina legislature baa passed a bill assessing damages in against each county in which a lynching takes place. At tho close of tho last week the gold reserve In the United States treaa ury dropped a little below 50 millions and wss etill a'dropplrg. The Hon. Theodore Runyon, ambassador to Germany, died at Berlin at 1 o'clock yesterday morning ol heart failure, no was a citizen of Now Jersey. Prof. Wilbur R. Smith, of Lexington, has been selected by Gov. Bradley to advocate the question of a National University among the people of Kentucky. The Q. A C. will sell home seekers excursion tickots atone fare for tho round-tr- ip plus $2 to all points along iU line and the A. G. S., South of Somerset, Ky., Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Louia-iinTexas, Arkansas, Arizona and to pDints East of and including Charlotte and Salisbury, N. 0., Jan, 28, Feb. 11th. and March 10. See local agents or W. O. Rinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati. $2,-000 Melntoshes Only $3.0. (Water Proof.) Knee Pants, 10c; Wool Mitts, iocjand many other things at Equally Low Prices. OVERCOAT At a, 20 Per Cent. DISCOUNT. J. L. Frohman & Co., rd-dre- ss . "In the world's broad field of battle, In tho struggle for the prize, Be not like dumb, driven cattle, Be a bustler advertise!" grasshopper Statu, ainca Kentucky went republican. Mh. J. L. Dickilman, tho gentlemanly Jawelor who ban been connected with Penny'B drug store for several yearn, leaves today for Cincinnati to He will be succeeded by Mr. Thomas Dalton. ro-aid- e. Mn. M. F. !,: ville Saturday night, whore he had or ganiioda Knlghla of the Maccabeo lodge with about M member. He goes to Alfanta, Ga,, to day to organize one with 85 members already gotten up. Hia wife will accompany him thither and then vUlt her daughter and Bister elsewhere in that State. "Mrs. Jkan Duncan Waiiuxn" ia tho way tho dnllifB mentioned Stanford's captivating representativo nt Gov. reception. Misa Jennie ia not married yet, but roportB well, let that pace. At the goveinor.a reception ahn wore Paris muslin gown with satin ribbon and .Valenciennes lncn, being dr tared nlmrBt llentically with MlaaOLriatlno Bradhy. Brad-loy's Klkin returned from Louis- mWAHDVJniNlfY7 New black pooit. Sex Danka' lino of Svoranco m & son. wedding preoonts. Take your repalra, to Duuka, the Jew Nkw style of neckwear at W. II. Shanks'. SunaiotLBupplIiB at Craig A Uocker'B, Oaah DruggiBtu. You will find Lexington Cream Hour at W. H. Brady's. Nicest line of wedding presents at Dnnks', tho Jowolor. ( Buy your DankB, wedding ii1 presonts from thoJoweler. i Will Severanco re FiNnFowija.-- Mr. Shelby couuty yestorday colvod from Plymouth Rock two bb fino pairs of going to as ever came here. Ho ie fowlB fancy fowl raiBinK at mako a Bpecialty of his pretty bouBO-keeplii- Buburbau home, to mako the moro Interesting. of the Republic HA Grand Army Post i,o.i in Stanford last Saturday ... Liin riinwIncF ollicerp, viz: l'aet i. trim v .fl..unM. lotnnnl Commander, Geo. ii. ,C'V O'llair, J. V. 0 ; Ballon. S. V. 0.; JohnT. M, -" Tho?. L. La-,- o Dr J F; Peyton, Surgeon; W. Goodrich, 0. D ; iit Cbaplaln; Geo. The nost muaterod into tho G. will ho regularly 10th, at 1 o'clock p. M. In A Ron Feb. Hall In Stanford that the Odd Fellows day, at which time being county court t AO.Sine,Adjt.;J.D.Murphy;Q - O.G.John FRignoyS r M. H. opportunialioUUomradeBcanhavonn in as member of ty of being mustered eald post. Tux weather continues gloomy and .Madison county is marked lor condamp, with nn occasional light enow and quest by tho prohibitionists, who will some rain. Tho cold wave predicted last never give up the fight until tho last saIssue got deflected and failed to come to loon is closed. time. Fair, warmer Is expected today. William Smith, a French partisan, is on trial at Williamsburg for tho assassiWhilh working with a corn crusher a few days ago, Mr. Forestua Reid had one nation of Joseph Eversole and Nicholas of his bands badly cut and bruised. It Combs near Hsztrd, Perry county, in was at first reported that three of his 188S. He is a brother of Bad Tom Smith, fingers had been cut oil, hut wo are glad who was hungeome time ago. Oapt. W. E. Grubbs, of Boyle, is tl e to statu that his injuries are not' so seproud possessor of a proclamation issued vere. by Gov. William Blount, of Tennessee, Fast FiiKianT. B. N. Roller, master of on July 28, 1793, In which be appropriatrains, tells us that the L. A N. will put ted to hia bailiwick the territory of the on a dally through freight from Norfolk, United States South of tho Ohio river. Va., to St. Louis. It will pass through Rev. W. K Marshall and family, of Stanford and will make about tho same Harrodsburg, are bowed down with grief timu as passenger trains nnd will atop on- over thu sudden disappearance of their ly for water and coal. son, John B Marshall, who went to Compromised. Thu Continental In- Brooklyn, N. Y., April 0, last, to pursue surance Co. has compromised with Mr. S. further his studies in law. Ho is thought II. Rout, of thu Weel End, by paying him to have been killed while seeing China$1,131.75 on his policy ol $1,416. Mr. town in New York. This stilted item from tho Huston-villRout has already begun to rebuild and correspondence of the Liberty Tr: will soon hnvu a home again. Mr. A. buue, accounts for the absence of a letter 0. Alford la at work on it. in our columes from the West Find rt; Kimtoh SritANOE, of thu Columbia cently: Rev. W. W. Bruco is not really Spectator, gtls tangled every timo he six incites taller and 10 years younger, ss tries to print Harry Giovannoli's name. thu incredibly increased radiance of bis paragraph he puts thu tsl always beaming countenance, and conIn n onted no as editor of thu Danviilo Advo- - spicuously improved elasticity of a rheucato down as Gosllizoouizy and Golly matic locomotion would Indicato to the woozer, an insult which we hope tho uniformed. Since last Thursday dates genial count will wipe out with blood. tho advent of the first boy, who has al. Jailed. A fellow nHined OakB and ready begun RMortion of that tyranny ono Rastua Lay, acoing all tho sanctified which usually typifies tho pride of a brethren and fdstoren cutting up at a household. Comparing Middlesboro with Stanmeeting near 0. K,, tried it on them- ford, which wo showed paid $3,500 in BdlvtH end were arrested. Sao ire John Edmistou, of Crab ;Orchard, heard tho freights monthly, tho Middlesboro Hercam against them and now thoy languish ald says that the receipts there of the L. in j.dl because theylhavn't got $0 apiece A N. road alouo in the month of December, which was an average month, wero to pay them out. over $4,800. The amount both received Death, Mrs. Avarilla Hansford, relict and forwarded waa over $15,000. Tho of Thomas Hansford, and mother of the amount received and forwarded on the wife of Eld. J. G. Livingston, died Fri- Belt road wa over $2,500. Tho K., 0. G. day night at his home, where she had & L. road's receipts can not bo less than lived for 19 years, of grip, aged G5. Mrs. tho L. A N's. for much of Middlesboro'B Livingston was her ouly child and be- merchandise, especially groceries, is pursides her she leaves ono sister, Mrs. chased in Knoxville and is shipped over Amanda Alcorn, wifo of old Dr. Alcorn. it. Moroover, all the iron oru for the She was a devout member of tho Chris furnaces is shipped over that road, tian church and Mr. Livingston tells us amounting to 15 or 20 cars per day. that a better woman never lived. After Recent statistics show that there are a sermon by Elder Stephou Collier, Sunday, tho remains woro laid away in tho 055 churches in New York city and saloons. That is to say, thoro ia ono Crab Orchard Cemetery. Baloon (or each 210 inhabitants and one Bully for Grider. Ho has offered a church for each 8,410 inhabitants. bill to amend tho law of crimes and punAt Kichinond iu tho 1 1,000 suit ol ishments, bo that if anyono gives a, draft Lunaford vs. tho L. & N. for ruuninR over or chock on a bank in which ho has no and crippling n child near Beroa, a verfundB ho commita a felony. Wo hope ho dict oi $500 was rendered, from which can get it passod ami if possible havo it tho company appealed. made to operate ex poat facto so wo The Now York horso show cleared could senu someof tho brother's constit- about $100,000 for the stockholders. The uents up tho road for tho offense. We trottinK-bre- d horses won nearly all the havo a few of Buch chocks on hand given prizes in driving and carriage classes. by Oaaoy county men, who aro going to A towor of cotton bales 100 feot high, havo "a heap of troublo by and by,'' will baa fenturo of the Nushvillo Exposiwhether tho bill becomes a law or not, tion. unless they como to timo with tho money Four crops a year cau ba raised from p. d. q. Cuban soil. m weok. 'It liny Do as Much for You m Mr. Fred Miller ol Irriny. HI, writes that he hid a Severe Kidney trouble (or ciidt yean, with tevtre paint iu hit back and alio that hit bladder wan affectixl. He tried man 7 to called Kidnei circa but without anr good result. About a year aeo he Nsan ute ol Electric Bitters and found relief at one. Electric Bitten it eiDcclallv adapted to cure of all Kidney and Liver troubles and often eivet almoit instant relief. One trial will provo our statement. Price only 50c, lor arge bottles At A. R Penny's Drug Store. THE &IiO Ky. Danville, m, Orrat Difference. In human mankind Tho dlfferenc Imprvsalvo are and often sad; Soma yell bocauro the news is good And soma because tho whisky's bad. Washington Star. NKW ADYEIITISEMENTH. NEW GOODS Fop the NEW YEAR. New Hamburgs. Wew Laces, New Cotton, New Outings New Ducks, New Piques, New Percales, New Calicoes. J. S. OWSLEY, JR., It a candidate (or Ccngress in this, the Eighth District, subject to the action of ihs Democratic Tarty. u RTotioe to Creditors, Those owing tho ettate ofj. A. Harris are re quested to settle at once. Ihcso having claims tgalnit it will please present them properly proven S.T HAHKlh, "" Eior. J. A. Harris. 94 We want your money and know that the only way to get it is to keep, the goods you want to exchange your money for. Come and see us. two-inc- h Coal, Coal, Coal. Remember we are the cxclutive agents for the celebrated SEVERANCE & SON. tST Opposite First National Bank, under Odd Fellows' Hall. M Falls Branch Jellico Coal, Prices the very lowest. We pat the cash at the mines, therefore are able to sell at the lowest price. Come and see us. Good Coal maVesrcd ashes, no cinders. SON. NO EI. Also that it will be to the interest of everybody lo call and see our clean Domestic Nut Coil. LSBKOITAX m ! ) recently vacated by Severance & We have moved to the Store-rooSon and you are cordially invited to FOR SALE EXCHANGE House and Lot In Crab Orchard, Ky. Five rooms and Vitchn, cellar, flower pit, stable ana other outbuildincs. all in first class repair: a cll o( never falling water, all kinds of fruit trees and small Iruits. Lot contains about one acre. Will tell cheap or exchange for small farm inn cood neighborhood. The place is rented for 1896 to Mr. Hush Soarcent, who will show the place to any one who desires to look at It. For turther Information addrett J. II. STEPHENS, loaN. Limrstone St., Lexington, Ky. P S Centrally located. Our lines of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods are Complete jn every particular. For Overcoats, Melntoshes, Gloves Rubber Goods we are headquarters. COME AND SEE US. H. J. McROBERTS. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Portland. San Francisco. ..To the., 7,-3- 00 NdDlHTieCWJKST Via The ffir 'AMHKitMM mm tfn&i JMiSCmSgSlsSSLv&it c Jtmt ? tkranw Only Dininj Car Route From Plow Gear, Wagon Harness, Collars, Collar Pads, Bridles, Check Lines, &c, &c. Call and see our Elegant Pullman Vettibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address fllANK J. REID.) f E.r H.t BACON l or G. P. Agent, Louisville Chicago. lie tur to call for Monon Route. TO CHICAGO. fVIetaiic Sewed CollarsThey are the Best. j- Denver. St. Paul. HIGGINS & McKINNET. - jj jiini'i'-- ' - ..J......j.,v....'a...... ...i v-- .t r. ---,- t ri..':"'1 ..iijfiv r 'J ,,.t.i'l-.'it--,- " i "' ' 1"' . .Vr,tfiiitti"-.- i ' w ' ,, ,.. ; T ' !"Mm fcW'iB Semi-Week- ly !2iSr!riS'rtftilt rtPJ!trw jwgawsassjaa Mullins,Sam 87 acres, '00 and '05... 4 05 75 Oaks, Martha 50 acres 1 05 Oaks.W.M. 40acrcs 2 10 Padgett, Zack.Jr. 29acrcs 4 75 Samo for'01 Padgett, Delilah J. 123 norcs....... .. 1 05 Padgett, W. (1 40 acros, bulancc... 1 00 ' 1 75 Potrey, Anno 150acres 2 35 Petreyheirs, lOOacros 1 95 Prewltt. Samuol 32 acros Samo for '01, balanco "$r,wjjgf ff Wfr "'WIBIBlinMI T" InteriorJournr ana Friday AT Pnbllehfea Every TueHd&y. sWWhon notaopald 33.60 will be charged.- - SHERIFFS SUE ' JUST THINKS No duns and plenty of Money In Your Pocket. Do a Cash business with us this ypar and realize the the truth of the above statement. Special attention given to Prescriptions. A complete line of Drug" gist's Sundries always on hand. K. C. LOCALTIME CARD. Train leave t 4:30 p. m. tanford at j:ij a tn., eiurntng . For State and County mh L.&N. No, 6. LOCAL TIME CARD. m Vo. 14, Train going North No. as, No.5, " South " " u -.- 11 11pm m 3 -- .....! a 04 p m - i,t ....-... t ij p m QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains past Junction City at followi: No. 1 South ...it37ara No 1 North .1 " ...... a.06 a m " 4 " . TAX EST -- - 1 85 ox- ...3.56 pm ...1.46 p m ...6. 00 8.40 p m and 6 and o and 10 run no nor man junction City, nor on Sunday. 5 Note. Net. "10 " a m fur- - Jlonday , Feb. 10, door in the town of 189G, between the hours of 9 a m. nniUr.M nl the Court-Hous- e Lincoln county, Ky ,1 will expose to tho highest biddor for cash unhand to Stanford, pay the State and County Tax for 1S95 the follwinj; described property, or so much to pay 6ald Taxes, with all costs and interest. thereof as way bo ncco-arThis list will be published for four weeks and names will disappear from tho above list as goon as paid. Cost of advertising $2. Remittances by mail promptly receipted P0YAl AWN" 'J. '.. 2 55 Recnrd, B J. 53 acros 1 72 Rowland, Alfred 4 acros bMtuife, Thomas lOSacros 8 01 Sinuns, W. F. 47 acros 2 52 1 SO Simms, John I). GOacros 1 76 Same for'01 ,V. 1 90 Simms, Henley 25ncres '2 S7 Skidinore, JamosS. 62ncres 1 55 Skidmoro, Dauiol5aoros 2 10 Smith, O. A. 50 acres Trauler. Mitchell 200 acres, '91 8 00 Taylor, J. T. 70acros 2 S7 2 70 Threlkell.W.M. 50 acres Vaught, H. F. 17aores 2 10 2 52 Walls, L M. 4?cros 86 William, G.T. agt L Daitin.llOn. 1 92 Wilchor, Woslej 4S acros 1 64 Woods, J. B. Slacros...'. 1 20 Young, Sarah J. Slacrw Young, E 20aeros,bal 130 CRAIG & HOOKER,, Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. W. S. BtTRCH, Bricklayer : Stonecutter Attornoy at Law, Stanford, Kontucky. Guarantees First Class work In every psr'liu-Ur- . Trices reasonable Has had n years' cape, riencc. 91 jdi Stanford, Office on - - Kentucky. al House Lancaster Street, oppotiie the Court attention. 83 Collections rccvire cspi-l- A. S. PRICK, Surgeon Dentist, DR. W. b. PEinrs1, T. D. NEWLAND, Sheriff Lincoln Co. Samefor'02, '03 and '01 Hampton, J. F. 75 acres Hilton, T J., 24 acres 10 3 05 1 1 WAYNESBURG, No. 3, Colored. 00 Shanks, Nathan 2 acros 1 Stanford, Ky Olfice over McRoberts' Vtvg Store in the Owsley ilullduwc. Dentist) : Stanford, :Ky,, OHict on MilnSlrtet, Opposite the Pcst-QfE- c STANFORD No. 1, WHITE. 54 J.W. COOK, In charge paint shop. J W McOlNNIS. In chsrse trimmlnc snop. Somerset, '0 a . $ 1 13 Adams, Mrs. Nancy 13 acres 2 29 Boone, James CO acres, balance Christopher, D. V. house and lot in Absolutely 3 25 inMcKinney 1 90 A cream of tarter baking pow- CarmIcy,John lot 2 85 acres, balance der. Highest of all in leavening Ends, Thomas, 45 strength. Latest United States Froy tag, Alex lot in Rowland....... 3 15 20 50 Flowers, John W. 32 acres Government Food Report. 2 12 Hale Jell 13 acres ROYALBAKING POWDER 00., 4. 65 Hughes, James lot in Rowland 106 "Wall Btroel, New York. 2 15 Keisling, Charles lot in Rowland..... Massey's, James heirs; 91 acres- 4 30 Moore, George lot in Rowland J 0 Martin, Thomas 04 acres J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, O'Kecfe.MikefN. R ) lot in Row- 30 land 4 90 in Rowland TWO DOLLARS Par Dav. Rates Pence. Elisha lot 1 20 Green 14acies, bal Remodeled and refurnlshod throughout. Large Skid more, 13 45 "Wright, Jos. S. oOacres and Commodious Sample Rooms. POWDER PuroJ ... BARKER HOUSE, m Kentucky. Halls and office connected by Electric Bells. Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 0 m M.S. Baughman, J. W. Rauchmas. STANFORD NO. 1, COLORED. Ballinger, Hannah house and lot in n i i "Is !. FV.V r Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest.and quickest between 1 20 CRAB ORCHARD No. 2. Colored. Stnnford HUSTONVILLE, No. 4. Colored. 80 .' Ball, Edith 1 acre: 2 15 SALE Boazlcy, John 17 acres 1 05 Alcorn, G W. lacre Butcher, Amanda 4 acres 90 1 CO 1 acre DON' r FORULT THAT Blaln, Anderson 1 70 Anderson, Greon town lot Fish, Mose towulot?50 2 10 1 90 Boone, Wash town lot -- J 65 Anderson, Isaac 7 aoros Sam'12 acres Humbcr, 1 65 - - Kentucky. Butcher, Matilda town lot 1 55 THE FAVORITE MILLS, Lackey, Ligo 27 acres 2 50 Bailey, Goorge lot P. U. RIL.BY. Proprietor. 2 40 a Carr, Anderson town lot, balanco AT McKlNNUY, KY., 1 25 Lacker, Bon (N It. 5 acros)....". Baldock, Adam lot 1 00 2 15 Have overhauled Caldwell, Wm. town lot London. - - - Kontucky. torn tojust beenthe famous and repaired from bot 1 55 Pettus. Jamos2acres Bright, John (X It )8nerus SO If you need livery give us a call. Nothing out top by Richmond City Mil ,., m . . ' -- oo U : turouta will leave our stable. See us Christopher, Albert 1 acre Works, of HichmMd, Ind, and with capacity 1 have moved to tay new Hotel and' axa belts, i acres l iU BroHti, Joeoph 5auron 3 05 for rates. 1 our now ircrrascd, aie doing more and bettor work 1 55 ouiion, 2 acres Cooper, Josh than ever to accommodate the public r 1 90 Brown, Hawk lot Tucker, John 4 acres l.rr, and with ihc old ,.II.M. D V 2 10 ood Livery attached, and every convenience da than Kennedy aa head miller, vou are aura of vrk ......... ...... 3 Go Vandiveer, Gcorgo 3 acres Cook, Win. town lot.. BLACKSMITH SHOP. tired. Give me a call. 2 35 Caldwell, Fjih C acrw 1 05 Flour and fair treatment, lie suio and brine us 1 05 FRANK RII.KY, 77 8 acres your grinding and when buying call lor our old 1 55 Carnontor, George oOacte Whitley, Mary town lot $200 Wlllguarantoafirst. class work and eatlsfactor Crow, Henry 2 50 1 00 bu iu esianiimcu uranus. favorite Patent, La. Tiy our hon shoer. Jnce Craig, Fleiu 1 acre dies- favorite and Makers' Choice. Carter, Jake lot 2 60 1 55 Givens', Anthony heirs town lot Uatc! snv Capps. Marion 1 acre tiuccea.or to K. L. Tannerft FarortU Milting Co. 2 30 A. G. Lanhaa; John D. Cattleman. 1 95 WAYNESBURG, NO. 3. WHITE. Givens', Top heirs town lot Cloyd, John Jr. 1 aore 1 76 1 "0 Or Grigsby, Jim 8 acres Cloyd, Edith lOacros 80 1 65 Hail, Silas 4 acres, balance Austin, 13 B. C0acre- 3 05 Cloyd.Joe lacre 1 05 Co On pikj two miles itast ol Uustonvllle. Con Hansford's, Clark heirs town lot... 3 1Q 7 35 Givens, Adam 7noros Same for '03 and '01 1 00 tains 85" 2 Hansford, Robert town lot C 35 Baugh, Alf red 50 acres Or STANFORD, KY Givens, Dave 22 acrus 6 12 140 2 55 Hayden, Timothy lacre 3 05 Givens, Allen C acrus Same, 30acros (SBowfulIy.orgaaiied and ready lor business wiU 1 75 4 20 Baugh.John 130 acros Well Improved and loan excellent neighborhood Saniefor94 2 10 Givons, John town lot- - 2 10 Land lies well. Will eschange for a smaller or a Paid up Capital of - 1 75 $200,000. Hays, Wm. lot cheaper place in this or any good county in the 4 20 Baker, Marl '02, '03, '9i 0 acres 1 05 uoocli, Ilenrj 12 aon 3 75 eiate or would take a clean stock 01 groceries and Surplus, . Samefor'94, balance 20,000, 1 00 Harrison, Lyons Bryant, M.O. 24 acros JBARBEE&OASTLEMAjN Hays, Bony lOacres lor 2 00 hardware in part payment In some live town, or 2 55 will sell lor part cash, balance In fire years' lime SUCCESSOR Bryant, Johu A. 25 acroa 2 85 Jarnian, But toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL acre 2 00 or longer if desired For further particulars call 2 55 MANAGERS, IIANK OK STANFORD, Helm, Harrison 70 acres K. D. KKNNKDY. 2 05 Jones, Gabo 2 acros Bunch, Lotclior C4 acros addresa. ago onB)ortrn 1 90 Hustonvllle, Ky. Now closing up) with the nut assets and uadol Carrier, O H 45acros 2 S Lewis, Kachol 30 acres, "Commerce Building, Louisville, Hill.Wyntt lacfo 2 acres tne same management. l 20 1 90 By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as Howard, Thomas Childers, James L 10 acres 2 40 Masterson, Nelson 25 acres, balance, 1 00 fully protected as aie depositors in National Agents throughout the South STANFORD 3 85 Kincaid, Ellen 41 acres : Same for '92 and '04 3 60 McCormack, Bon Sr. 1 aore, Banks, its shareholders being held Individual) 1 65 liaole to the estcnt ol the amount of their stock 2 65 Fay, Mary 50 acre--j Lackey, Tom 5 acres 1 70 W. A. TSIBBLE, Local Agent, : COLLEGE. therein at the par value thereof, la addition to tte 1 nore, FEMALE McBoborts, Harrison, 2 10 3 30 Flinchpaugh, J F Lackey, Wm. town lot amount invested in such sharus. It may act as 3 Go Morion's. Georgo holts S aoros, 100scre CO STANFORD, KY. sitcutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as 1 00 1 aero Logan, Daniel STANFORD, KY. sn individual. 05 Xcal, Minerva Fox, O A ISO acros 7 75 lacre, To those who entrusted their bulsinets to ni 2 50 Logan, Samuel lot OOncros 2 85 Xolwn, Jim .IK 'OU AREGOING., Gooch.X.H rhila mnaging the Lincoln National Dank si 1 76 laoro 2 35 WILLIAM SllKLrON, President. Stunofor'04 Staolcrd, we we here tendcrour many thanks asi 1 SO Griireth. .Tamuh i'Oacre. ." Sandidge, Wolf lOnoaiw, 1 00 R trust they will conUnue tn transact 55 Griffin, Logan, Mary 17 acres MRS. NANNIE S. SA.UK1.EV, Lady Principal. with us, ottering as a guarantee for their buunes: n 2 10 bftiiilalgu, Georgo 2 acres, WG 01 acres prompt - 2 10 to samo, our twenty years' eapertenct la 2 85 Samefor'94 Miss Emma L. Martin, Pesiding Teacher in the 1 60 Grillln.S. 0 acres banking and as liberal accommodations as arc co. Singleton's, Uieo hoirs 1 90 Study Hall; 55 Lynn, Timothy (X. R.) 1 acre....- sistent with sound banking. 5 Tombs, Ira 2 acros, Greybcal, Mary A , balance 1 76 Miss Mary Cowcn, Principtl ol the Music Def 3 30 McAliater, Joseph town lot 1,700 acres partment; 13 13 Trico, Mitchell 1 acru, Dimerous: Gunn.W.A. 1 75 J J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; 2 15 Montgomery, Johu lacre 1 00 Miss Mary P. Harris. Principal of the Depart llntris.W II. 40 acros. balance 1 55 . H. Shanks, Stanfoid; Welch, James lucre, menu ol Art and Elocution. 2 34 Harris, Geo W. 5 acres, "02, '98, Patterson, Anno lot '91.. 1 05 Welch's, Jerry heirs 2 acros, J. S. Owsley, Stanlord; CO 1 80 .. RcidAnuilla 0 acres S J. Etnbry, Stanford; 1 51 Harris, John Smith 3acreu, Wilkorson, Fred 1 acre, 50 Next Session will Begin Wednes.' 55 ' Hoe, Bettie 10 acres Louivillc 1 Naihviui R. H. J. U Owsley, Stanford; 7 85 Williams, Kichard, lot- Same for '91, '92, '93, '91 day, January 22. 2 00 1 CO J. V Cash.. Stanford; Bout, Samuel 1 acre.... 1 50 Harris, Jack Ctaig 25ncro,bal William Cooch, Stanford; for Circular or call at the 1 CO Is the hae for you, as its limit, Dick lacre Not a lew who read what Mr. Robert Howls, o For terms, &c, send College. '. Same for '94, balance 70 A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville, Va., has to say below, will rememlio.UuiU, 1 65 Kout, Caleb lncre 1 5t W. II. Cummiui , Preachers I lit Hicks, David 4 acros ber their own expeiicncc under like circumstances I had la Ijist 2 55 S. H. Shtnka, President, Sandidge, John lacre. Makejclosi connections at 77 ow winter nesiitn 1grippe whlcr left me in a Inyard, Mary F 27 acres triea nntnerous romedut, stale 01 Or.J.'U. Owsley.lCashter, 1 90 2 50 none of which did me any good, until I was in LdUISVILLB And CINCINNATI Simpson, Elius 2 acres. Jacobs, Hugh 50 acres W M. Bright, Teller. duced xo try a bottle ol Chamberlain's Cough OF HUSTONVILLE. 2 55 Jenkins, Joe 5 acres Simms, Tom 47 acres... For all points. 1 55 KcracJ-The first bottle ci it so relieved me1 1 75 I was enabled to attend to my work, and tho Will carry a full line ol genuine Oliver Chilled that Stcwarf, Silas 2 acres THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Johnson, I.N. (N H.)517ncros ..... 23 40 second bottle efTecud a cure,'' Plows, Silver Steel Plows and repairs for the BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH 1 50 KenchesCjWm 80 acres Stewart, Larken lacre For tale at 35 and 30 cents per bottle by Craig & Gale and other leading farming Implements. The 2 So of Tor any information equlre Walter A. Wood Mower and Reaper Machines, NATIONAL BANK Hocker, Manlord Ky. 1 55 1 55 jut a. uioc, vgem,Ky Vinson, Frank lacre Cultivators of the best quality, best BugRie for Leach, Wm. 20acros, balance Stanford, the money, Phaetons, aurieya and Carriages of 1 50 Long, James 10 acres OF STANFORD, KY. Warren, Sid lacre 2 25 A Covitmtou vvomanUnnkcs her liv. the richest qualities and fanciest and latest stylet. 50 Martin, W.O. 02ncrcs: Whitley, Jane 10 acres grade light and tho 2 30 ing by raisitiK Angora cala of high breed The bestgrades. ofCollars,buggy harness for farm Capita! cheaper hames, bridles Stock 1 80 Withers, Sandy 0 acres purposes, breeching and s'rap work of alt kind. 2 00 waicli she hcIIh at 50 per pair. McMullen.G II. lOOacros. bal Furniture of all descriptions. Trunks, bags, trav- Surplus John Tyler, Hldent son of President eling telescopes, horse blankets, buggy rugs, stove 1 00 Only Duect Lite Between McWilliams. Mary 1 acre ' Rt Washiniiton, aged 70 and stove fixtures. &c, all ol which he tnites 2 70 Tylert Miller, L.E. (X.B ) CO acres Attention of the public is invited to lha t CRAB your No. -- M. S.& J. W. Baughman, 1 00 Alfonl, James 15 acres STANFORD, KY. Builder and Dealer in All Kinds 1 75 Austin, Sid town lot Kaspcrito, Henry 107 acres Ilavioc bouiht of P W Grtrn his LUetrbus-inr- ls of Carriages. and added new buegfe and horses, wear Ibiioy, Dan'10 acre Ivruger, Fred (N.Ii) 2 acres 2 00 prepared to furnish ilane and Rrpal'iot; 70 acres 85 Barnott, Enoch 21 acros 50 ed to gl a Specialty Work work done warrant, Leon, Albert 2 2 when tilctior. All FIRST-CLAS- S de 4 35 Carter, Charlos P. 27 aoros 4 60 premiicd. All accounts due when work Minks. Wm. 177 acres TURNOUTS livered. ) our patronaEe solicitti!. 90 1 75 1 55 Carter, Bird 80 acres... Oaks', Jcrmima heirs 10S acres On short notice. The traveling public will And us always ready and willing to lurnlih Drum1 55 Same for '93 and '04, 103 acres 3 00 Carter, George 10 acres SPRING AND SUMMKK. mers' Wagous, either single or double, or Mil- Parker, George V. 7 acres 2 75 Collier, James (X. P..) lot in Something to Boautify.tho Ladies. boys In aiUmdsal very LOW PRICKS. Tha and around town will alio find m lha nk lodgcville 1 40 Playforth. Henry OOacres 2 00 pie to deal with. Stop with us when in town at Dally Nrw Hats, flowers and lacesl .t couits and xntrtinmnia n, ..,1, t,n,.. .! Bagan, W. B. (X K ) S6 acres 2 70 W. ... opentninc IS SO Floyd, Mrs J. lOOacros .. 1.1. .. .. .V. ............ .k. ...I..1... .1. .., , ami iriii ... well ctrsu lor ...v ..i.ti.ih iv iu. k.uo .u.i ,hc. wi, oe 1 SO Haley, Davo, Moroland, 55 acros... find in our establishment the same caclusivcness Rowland's, Alfred heirs 300 acros rrintfv n style of patterns, hats and Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky all the 3 30 leaillng novelties 10 Millinery bonnets and we arc from 'SO to '91 43 50 Unities, H.V. lot 5500 for which Tube 15 acros SO I 2 10 known throughout the country. Shafer, Amanda 5 acres OUR HUSTLING INSLRANCK MAN, hare secured a trimmer for the sea 2 05 son. Thanking you lor past favors, we respect123 acres... 2 00 Lee.Whitt IS acros Singleton, Ezra (N. R.) fully solicit your patronage heretofore so literally Stuart, Alf P. 5actos i 5 15 bestowed. 2 10 Minks, J. H. IntftOO M U IIUIIUI.KAK' KATK DUDDKKAK, Manager. Sweeney, Samuel 114 acros 3 00 Peacock's, G.F. hoirs lot in Hits- Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mututonville 5 55 7 00 Turner, John 245 acros al Life Insurance Co., of Detroit. Mich, can Soiirgent, Lrgo S acros write you alt the most favorable InsurS 00 2 10 Ware, 0. G. 97 acros I ance. He atso represents the old plans ol Central O reliable Waggoner, Tom 60 acros 1 75 1 55 Watson, Cyrus 20 acros Tobacco Wanhouw of I. omivlllt, Ky , and wilt be glad to have a liberal share of your patronage. Walls, Dick Saoroe 1 66 SO New goods of the latest styles Just received. Young. Willis (X. R ) OGncros be teady to cooler all the favors that can ue Hildebrandt.H. 39 acres Haggard, Mary A. '02, '93, Jasper, John 5 acres 'OlOo... ....... 1 55 55 00 HUSTONVILLE, No. 4, WHITE. THOMAS Y. SHAW, DANVILLE, KY., G. B. COOPER, ......rropricton of... 2 60 2 15 2 B5 Livery and Feed Stable, 1 Cam-jKM- . 11 lull-to- n, 1 hrit-clx- is M. W. JOSITSOIT, T THE X.ADIES rROPRIXTORS- tlTERY, FEED & Call In and see the largast ana best asserted line ever brought to Manlerd. Prices as low as the lowctt. Klegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. MISS LICC1K lltAZLKY, Stanford, Ky 111 given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advance, uents made on consignments, both In the warehouse and country I will be at Stanford every court day. Paitica wanting hoirsheauls, priros Or ., .um,.,.mitii ing IJJUI S.ICK. IT. Prempt attention guaranteed. (9 Cm 1 STABLE, Stanford, ss THE RILEY HOUSE first-cla- 1 evi-- - ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Splendid Farm For Sale Exchange Acres of Flue Land, Fanners Bank&Trast Insurance Company 1 ( ... 3ST0HTK WEST, attest-lio- ? 1 Bonble Daily Trains I I D. S. OA.HPEITTEB1, FIRST Ky. Midland R'y, Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Covington. Time Tabid Nov. , 23,700 far-ha- 8100,000 ORCHARD, 2, WHITE Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. j, 1895. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. a. m. p. in. p. m. 6 35 r 00 A 4 is Kranklort 1 1 to 428 7 c8 Itlkbnrn 1 48 " Stamping- U round 7 a; 447 OeorgetownU... 7 45 3J a S 5 oj 7 5 Arr. C S. Depot eo 8 l'aiis.......C...... 30 3 4 4 ' TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 10, No. 8. p. m. a. in. m' P;m tow 6 00 4 40 C - 9 oj Lvo Paris . KlUnorn Arr Frankfort A... " " Corjetown C. S. Depot D 10 07 6 37 5 Abt, Casper 1S94, 190 acres Adams', Wm.T. 110 acres , Adams, Sarah 7 acres Samo for 1894 Adams, Dayid (N. K ) 350 acres Shmoforl894 Atchison & Johnson, 1C0 acres Bowers', Chris estato 1C0 acres Beck.Wm 113acres Bell, James Matt 10 acres Blankenship,T.S. GO acres Croutcher, James 2 acres $ 4 70 3 70 80 1 10 2 35 4 25 3 10 BIG LINE OF PLOW GEAR, HA RNBSS, attention and Inspection and promiso to deal this Is the on y National Hank in justly and act honorably with you In all transacStsnforJ Jnder the provisions the tions. Thanking my many customers for their depositors are secured ofnot National Bank Ac- only by the central patronage In the past year, I solicit a liberal con- iiocit, out oy the stockholders liability tli tinuance, and wish them all a happy new year, amount enu.l to th e stock, . that depositors D. S. CARPKNTKIt. 8otf ol -- Hustonvllle, Ky. J. T. : : STTTTOIST. Stamp's Gro'4 1010 o 3 6 40 5 55 6 40 7 7 8 15 10 46 n 00 7 IS 7 3 Dollins.Wm.J. 14 acred Easton,John 300 acres Lei e SUNDAY TRAINS. Georgetown to to a. ra; arrive :... Farris.J.B, aOOacres Griflln, Samuel (N. H ) 30 acres Frankfort Griflin, Charles 50 acres 90 00 2 10 2 40 1 55 2 45 3 05 4 85 1 CO SADDLERY, &c. UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Offers his services o tne people ci Wcit Lincoln aud Casey Counties, hull stock of Collins and Caskets always on hand. D. b. Carpenter, Manager. 95 Itsaiscts are ,mi..j .. :;!.?!,"D- .b?S:Vnmenft 8eni' ,hui ecuringaddit 10M safety to depositors. .VHJi.ii . sutetnenV. 'of i.S."d, Five are made each yearto the United , worn Kf'&TSa All Kinds and at Lowest Prices. TTJK,nsriiTc3- - Call and sec them. plows, CO. 1 " SUnlord in S3s, has bad 1'trsl National un1nte?-ruptspractically d existence of 3, lt 1, now wun lacmtlea Tor transactinirbu.tr,. ly and liberally than ".M,oS1?d honorable career. Accounts of dan... firm, and ..... 'l"-,h- of Stanford in iianir .0.! or,f,ny then m..r..j inMHeraV. 1305 na 1858, . establlahed as the CALL ON FARRIS & HARDIN. F. G. BRADY, 'ANFORD, KY., Pocket Ke; Checks by Mall for only 15 Cents. ror uaggago ana Key Checks, Metal 0 necks of all klnus. Badges. Dog License Checks, Key Kings, Chains, die. btampingon Metal and general repairing. Shop over M, D. Jiimoiu's store, SS Stanford, Ky. 1 75 Vteaw'e Frankfort 4 30 p. m. arrive Georgetown nrlflin. Wm.. 150 acres sr p. m, ho Kentucky Midland Railway and connec- - Griffin, Frank, 25 acres tiana lorm the shortest and cheapest rout to all Haggard, Pollard A. 50 acres Kouth. East. North and West. .i vo oame torn- - -- uu no . for further information apply to their agents. C.D.UBRCAVV; Gen. Pass. Agent,. GKO. B. HARPER, Ree'r & Gea.Sup iiHgjjnni, xjuu tru ui, Frankfort K y Homm, Johnson D. 200acres 9 ilil SHIP YOUR PRODUCE otr rln .., TO HERNDON-CARTE- R 105 n.wnrwn,...,. 00 We handle everv thine on commission, and do the lartre9t business, havlntr more - . 1 ou bUyer8 TirrtpQ; tJiaa houses. Careful, prompt, and honest dealing is the secret of JliiiMw, Iwilltake all the hidealcaoKet flu.Kuw.tu uiuu tur icainer on oo , ouxsuccess. Correspondence invited. Price currents mailed lree. rnurt dava at Stanlord or at tnv ham. .in I it, An. Chas. nnaun, Tanntr. 813-31- 0 'ntim. 1 80 XurreU Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. I I Th Dlractory of this Bank is composed ol Forestua Roid, Lincoln county a. 1. Harris, Wncola; J. II. Collier, Lincoln; t J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Baughnian.1 Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; W. A. Tribble. Stanford; M, D. Elmore, Stanford; T.P.HllI,aianfordr K.L. Tanner, McKUneyj J.S.HockW,Pre.,deSn;;J,M,"tr'M,-V'"-'.K- Jno. J, McRoberts, Cashier; A A.McKinney, Aiit.CMbJw '