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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896020401 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. M. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxiii. Interior Journal, .STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1896. ern home in Atlanta after a protracted visit to her cousin, Mba Martha Walker. She was accompanied by her cousin. Miss Amanda Kilea is visltitiK friends in Madison county. Mrs. T. B. Robinson is a viBitor of her sister, .Mrs. Henry W. Dunn, of Danville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Karlo, of Mlllersburg, aro unesta of Mr. nnd Mr, James Spillman, of Lowell. W. S. Ferguson left Wednesday for Covington, where he joins his mother for a Southern trip to the "Land of Flowers" to bo the Kuests of Rv. George 0. Barnes and family. Mies Bettlu Robinson Is being entertained by her auuti Mrs C. M. Richardson, of Somerset Mrs. Alex Doty jind sister, Miss Emma Leavell, are with Mrs. Armstrong, of Mercer. Ira Givens is at home from tho A. & M. Collfgo at Lexington on a visit. Rev. J. M. Nelson left last weok for to oee hid wife, who is ill at that place. OF A LOCAL NO. 96 8tanley, Falkland lalando, dlscoursea on nlng. Mr. J. L. ilutchins, a worthy young comina women at great longth (too gteat for our apace, though we would like to man of this county, baa boon appointed comply with his request to publish) "d deputy county clerk for the part of Garrard. closes as follows; -- C. W. Mitcholl bought a lino horse 'Boys, liBton a bill I am an old man who dearly loves a boy. Am a long ways from Jessamine county parties last week from hom and may never aeo you Bgaln. for $100. Win. Burton bought of Toater I will soon bo "round the track," my Bros, several ehqats at 3c. race fa nearly run, I am making good 0. W. Mitchell bought 2,000 pounds time. Lirteu to the blgijoet and beat of tobacco from LowIb Murphy at 5c and thing in this lifo for you: Stick to your 1,500 pounds from Joseph Hicks at 8c; country and your government. Our alao 1,815 pounds from John Hicka at country aud government under any par- 8 cents. ty beats auy I have seen abroad. I hayo Rev. Hiram Moore, agent for the learned in my old ago what a grand coun. Garard County Blblo Society, baa been tryis our country, what a grand govern- for a week laboring in the interest of the ment is our government, "stick to society and reporta a good contribution them." Good-bye- . from our various churches. A very successful protractod meet"One good maxim for slaters and brothsre, Bo hard on your own faulta, easy on ing haa closed at Harmana Lick, in this othera." county. It resulted in a number of Then Mr. Miller tolls of an affectionate to the church and an awakening in mother and son, who keep his room tidy religious fervor with its members. and prepare bis tneala, Ac. Tho boy Keep in mind the lecture at the sometimes vexes tho old lady, when tears court house Thursday evening next. will como to her oyea, which Mr. Miller, Subject "Fourteen Days in Tent and calls sucar water and adds. Saddle," by Rev. J. W. Lynch, of "But boys don't tap tho treea too often, General admission only 25c; redon't tap thorn too deep, there Is nodan-- of served seata 'Joa. tho sugar water giving out, and you Mra. Elisabeth Hill, one of Lancaswlllgat'It abundantly without tapping. ter's most active, beneficent and agd Ygu say you don't belioyo it? Don't you citizens, is lying in a very precarious con remember tho day old aunt Mary Ann dition at her homo. She has beoa reDawaon got back homo from her visit to ported nUruiingly ill of pneumonia for Mlaeouri? I Baw an account of it in tho several days put. iNTBition JoctiNAt. away out hero. Were Mr. Henry Cartwright, who has been you up at tho depot? Don't you remem- an associate editor of tho Central Record ber how hor children and with Mr. Louis Lindram for tho Inst s crowdod around her? Did you sec year, sold out hia interest to the latter streaming down herlovoly old face? Friday. The paper is still to bo run as an Thoy were onlyleugar water. Do you independent one. Mr. Cartwright goea remember abouHhat lump some fellow to Lexington to embark in the newspaaald camo up lit hli throaf That was a per business. lump of sugar. TliBt grnd old tree has Tho Sunday Courier-Journconbeen standing more than bO years, nml tains a good likeness of Lancaster's rebaa more 8Ugr water now thau it ha-- at cent towusman, Gov. Bradley, and his first. There aro trees like that standing staff, his right-han- d man being another all over this world, never will all die at one of our cltizenc, Adjutant General ouco. This woman at toy house may bo Collier, a loyal republican and a faithful one of those treea some day, and her boy friend of the goyernor. Lancaster does may meet her at nomo depot with a lump herself proud in this group. of suitar in hia throat. A birthday dining wa8 given by Mr. "Pralso God from Whom all blessinga JamodSpIllman,of Lowell, on Saturday, South-eastern ad-tio- LANCASTER, CABBARO COUNTY. "Happy Jack" Miller to the Boys. to TIr" Port Kev. F. M IJIII preached at tho In a letter addressed xnHii. luiku Owsley. Ken Alcorp, Jim I'rcabytorian church on Sunday uiorn- Sauilay, Aah Warren, John Shanks, Bpb K Mies Amanda A tide-eo- n Fflrjlg, "thnt old Monefee Hoy." J'm began teachTin, ir.,1,1 Ana iionV. Tnm Yarnon. Bob ing n four months school at Maeou'a Zlin-ine- r, Bcliool-hoiie- 'j Fonzel, Goorga McAllator, Chnrllo on Monday. Tho HUbject to bo diacuBsod WednesWood Green, Joo Lynn Coiroy, Bui , Flays Fostor, IrflnoNnw-landday evening at prayer meeting at tho Jim Brady, Stoole Bailey, Archie Christian church ia "Self denial." Doo Klkln. Krneat Warren, Bowman miss Kate Mooru wna "at homo" to an .!. t Owons, Will Hocker ami.11 ler young rienda at her home a few Dlx Rlvor, Consul J. U. Miner, ai i on nMm ,f0I ancaster last Thursday eto- , HUSTONVILIE. ..'.. "i)"j ... NATURE. James Messor sold to various parties a lot of shoots at 3c. W. A. Todd has beon appointed postmaster at Manse, Garrard county. The Kniglits of Pythias at Somerset will give a grand bill Fridty evening next. Mrs. S. R. Oivens, of Pulaski, was fatally burned while burning trash in her garden. The local freights on tho Q, fc 0. between Somerset and Burgln do not carry passengers now. Miss Calhoun, of O.vensboro, wen the declamatory contest at Caldwell In titute, Danville. Tho at Bac, Mercer cot h ty, and Shermanville, Pulaski county, will be discontinued on the 15th. Rufus Todd was shot down by two unknown men while standing in the door of his home near Richmond. Henry Clark, colored, was killed at BootiuOdp runnel by two negroes named Haley and Horace, hs a result of a quarrel over a nickel. The Somerset Paragon says that Hon. R. 0. Warren is as good a man as the democrats have in their shop to send as delegate to the National convention. Mrs Elizibeth DdWitt Kennedy, the dramatic reader, who was taken sick at Danville, while making a tour with the Schuberts, is thougnt to be fatally ill. She haa peretonitls. k In Wayne county. Tom Parriah.aged 13, shot and killed E'tner Jones, 10, also colored, while hunting. Parrlsh claime that the killing was accidental, but he was held for murder. Brakeman Beaucockgot a verdict of $5,000 agalnat ttie L. A N. at Pinevllle for mashing his leg and causing amputation. Judge J. W. Alcorn represented tho railroad and took an appeal. The Herald siys tho total revenues to all tho railroads in Middle6boro both received and forwarded are over 121,550 per month. There is not a fourth-elatcity in Kentucky that can equal it. Fields and Adkina lately under sentence of death at Barbourville for a foul murder, having boon granted a new trial by tho court of appeals on a flimsy technicality, are out on bail, the former on 15,000 and the latter on f 10,000. Circuit court beganat Uarrodsburg yesterday with 79jtiew appearances, 250 old equity, 74 old ordinary, 2S commonwealth and throo murder cases on docket Of the latter, Jordan is the only one that can bo tried, says)the Democrat, for Henry McCrystal and John Payne, who stand indicted for taking the life of a fellon-mahave both been fugitives for a s number of years with their unknown. post-olliue- Dau-vlll- o. s grand-childre- n thoat-tear- al flow?" "IIaity Jack" U. S. Consul. Mlsa principal ot the Stanford Public School, ends ua this roll of honor: Fourth grade -- Clay Ituploy, Lawrence Yanarsdalo, John Menefee. Third grade Lou Belden, Addle Earle Coleman, George Menefee, Emmet Cabel, John Jonoc, Leo Hupley. Greer. 8econd reader grado-Flagrndo Clara Cooper. First vey Roll or Honor. Jennie Weat, Kant-lan- d, Jowele'dceneets, actually burning a gentle perfume, is the latest fashion fud. SyrufTof hypophospbitea with qui nine and strychnine, is said to bo very benetlcial In lingering casea of grip. Ellhu Reynolds, the Owsloy county logger, who recently killed John Owsley in a tragfc encountor, la a raving maniacGeorgo Porter, of HotSprings, Ark , discovered Ernest Troy in tho nnd deoccupied by hia admittance. Troy attempted to manded escape by running out of tho house, but received a load of buckshot in his hack as ho reached tho stroet, killing him Inbed-room utep-tlauKht- er - stantly To Loa AngoleB,Cal.,in8l hours via LC- - the Queen & Orescent and Southern Pacific iSunset Limited) Loave Cincinnati every Wednesday nnd Suuday 830 a. m nrrlvo at Los Angeles, Saturday and Wednesday 7:45 v. M., Sin Francisco, Sunday and Thursday noon. Only one chanKO Cincinnati to tho Pacific Coast. Tho Q. & 0. will boII homo seekers excursion tickets at one fare for the rouud-tri- p plus $2 to all points along its lino and the A. G. 8., South of Somerset, Ky. Tenneeaee, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texajj, Arkansas, Arizona and to points EaBt of and including Charlotte and Salisbury, N. C, Jan. 2S, Feb. 11th and March 10. See local agents or ad. dress W. 0. Rlnearaon, G. P. A., Olncin-naMMAimtGRAS, Fob. 17 and rate of one faro for the round 18. Tho trip will in honor of hia Sth birthday. Many o friends and relatives were invited to of tho hospitality of this genial old gentlemen, to wiah him many mora happy years upon this earth. Ho ia probably the oldest man in the county. Tht members of tho Christian Endeavor Society of the Presbyterian church aro contemplating giylng an entertainment at an early date for e tho benefit of this order. Mlsa Florence Harris conducted the meeting Sunday afternoon. It was aeon secnitlon service. Miss Lucile Weisiger is to lead the meeting next Sunday. Tho friends and admirora hero at their old home, of Mr- and Mra. Joo P. Sandifer regret very much to hoar of the threatened calamity that has bo recently como upon their household. Their bright, attractive daughter, Miss Mary, is suffering greatly with impaired eyesight. In fact the doctors aro approheusivo of a loas of her entire sight, and she finds it necessary to stay in a darkened room all the time. It is sincerely hoped that tho young lady's affliction is only temporary. Lagging Lancaster is coming to the front. It is true she haa no water works or electric lights, but she has a graded school whoso luminnting rays aro reaching out and drawing them in from other towns ami counties. But a few days ago Mr. Girdner. of Kuox county, was horo seeking n homo in tho corporate limits of tho town, induced (partly) by tho educational advantages to be f jund hero. Our efficient board of trustees thought that by enlarging pome of the rooms in Garrard College they could accommo date all for eome timo to come, but siucd there haa boon such an increase of pu plla it may be the apartments will not hold them. The eilhiunt principal, Prof. B. S. Gowen, and faithful corps of teachers continue to give entire Batisfjction. Ono attractive foaturo in the school is the kindergarten department, presided over by Mies Margaret Murphy, of Knox-villpar-takwide-awak- e c, wherc-about- o. "A Wild GooeuJCiiASK." Tho Padu-say- s: cab News of January 25, "It would have been a hard matter to crowd more fun into three hours' timo than did tho members of tho'company which presented "A Wild Gooso Chose" at Morton's last evening. The Hasty Bros, and their oxcollent support dispensed humor in large aolid chunka from the rise of the curtain until tho falljof the drop on tho third and last act, andlalmoat without a pause. Twenty.fivo specialties made o.ch sceno tingle with catchy music, and the audience enjoyed the performance immensely. Tho fqature of the farce Songs, dances, was tho musical acts. and banjo and' cornet' playing followed each other so rapidly that the audience would hardly finish applauding one before another had been begun. The au dience hardly knew which was best the melody or the mirth,' but finally brought in a compromise verdict at the end that both were fine." At Walton's Opera House, Feb. 15. Mr. Morse hns improved his store property by laying n plank sidewalk in front nnd e'rectin? an ewninc. D. S. Carpenter. Calvin Carpenter and Mr. Dodd took stock to Danville lest . week, but failed to sell hut one mare and ahe was sold to the cavalry buyer. Arthur Oarpntcr haa moved his Ladies' woolen hose worth 35 cents at 15 cents. tailor-maclothing establishment to ' ' 25 " Misses' " 10 "" tho room lately occupied by Dinwiddio ' Bros, on Main street and added a stock Misses' J4 hose 15 35 "" of notions and cents' furnishing good p. Ladies' pants and vests worth 50 and 75c at 35c. Rev. Helm's holiness meeting is still Ladies' Cloaks worth $15 at S5. drawing large crowds and great interest Men's heavy underwear worth $1 50 at Si. la being manifested. In thin connection Y v it may be mentioned that Pat Kane has Boys' and child's underwear worth 50c at 25c. "r V written Bro. Holm from the Frankfort Wool filling dress goods worth 25c at 15c. pen that ho has been gloriously sanctiOuting draperies worth 25c at 15c. fied and requested Mr. Helm to go to see Winter gloves worth from 75c to $1 50 at 5c to $i. his wife and tender hor tho same blessworld do move. ing. Verily-th25c to 50c at 15 to, 25. With the closing of the first term of All fancy dress goods reduced 33 per cent. A splendid line of tho scholastic year Mies Etha Vanaradalo embroideries at prices never offered before. severs her connection with Christian All overcoats and heavy suits at a reduction of 33 -3 per ceot. College, in which institution she has Home made comforts, large size, filled with good cotton, at prime been a teacher for several years. Miss Etha is an accomplished teacher and cost. We are more anxious now than ever to close our stock by the zealous Christian Endeavor worker and first of March. Come look for yourself and see what we have. leaves a host of friends to regret her deAny one who would buy a good stock of goods with a good estabparture and who wish her all the prosperity imaginable. We understand n lished trade can find a splendid opening. Miss Bailey will fill her place. President Pinkerton reports a very successful term and bright prospects for the second term. Geo. Baldock, Geo. Armstrong, Ger, Miner and Geo. Hi lie, all of color, and collectively bearing the sobMquet of the 'Big Four," were up in Judge Camnilz's court Thursday on the charge of detaining a woman. Janie Hayden waa the Ranges out of the Range of all other Ranges, yet within the Range omplalnant and ahe charged the "Big .. Four" with having threatened, cursed of all wanting and roughly used her the night before at tho foot bridge on the Beat, while she I was on hor way homo from work in company with her little brother. The evi We have the only Wrought Iron Range on the market. Call ,and dence was such that the judge fined and see them. Geo. Miner 510 and coats for disorderly conduct and discharged the other three defendants. Mrs. Robt. Blain's Knte and James Hall, have been quite sick with the grip and fears are now entertained that the little girl is developing a case of pneumonia. We are glad ti report Aunt Patsy Green as very much improved and understood to be now out of danger. Mrs. C. 0. VanArsdale Is out again after some two weeks illness. The We still exist. A new and elegant line of Ladies Shoes, grip and pneumonia have been playing including havoc with the health of our people litely. At one time recently severl mem-bar- s of Dave Johnson's family were sick the same timo find two of James Goode's household are now in the same fix; and Friday wo were told by a doctor that Tailor made there was not a dose of quinine in the drug 8 to j es. Squire Ellis, though sufferMen's, Boys' and Children Shoes at right figures. ing with a severe attack of neuralgia, refused to go to bed. Dr. J. P. Rifle and handsomo bride arrived from Covington at noon Thursday and were driven immediately to his father's home in the country, where the young couple were met and greeted by a Fifty per cent. Reduction in Millinery. number of the relatives and close friends 25 per cent, reduction in ladies' Capes and Cloaks; also in all Comof the family. At night they were serenaded by the Hustonville Mandolin and forts and Blankets. Guitar Club. May they live long and a A new lot of Elegant Calicoes and Ginghams, all tt 5 cents. bo happy. Squire Peyton, the youngest ago in the country, is among man of his and Arbuckles Coffee at 20. Call and see us and you will save us again after a visit of two weeks to rel Respectfully, CHAS. WHEELER. money. atives near Peyton's Well and Turners- ville. Mr. White and wife, of Hubble, are at Squire L. B. Adams'. Geo. Parker, of Cincinnati, is visiting his kins man, Owon Williams. Genie Lee, of Danville, was in town Friday mixing witb the horao men. Mr. and Mrs. John Sandidga have moved to the Page place lately occupied by Arch Frye nnd are again enjoying the delights of country de jit mis. " " " . . " 1- -3 1- HUGHES & TATE. grand-childre- W. H. WEAREN & CO. The Charles Wheeler. Emporium. The 2Gth Century Boot Great Drives in Clothing. Ala-roni- W. B. McROBERTS, Pharmacist and Bookseller. lifo. Has a Complete Stock of Pass Books, Day Books and Ledgers, be made via the Queen & Crescent Route February 14th to 17th, to New Orleans account Mardl Graa. It ia the only line running eolld veatlbuled trains to Now Orleans, and Is 90 miles shortest. A trip over the Queen Sc Ores cent to tho quaint and intenaely Interesting city by the gulf made to include a visit during the Mardl Graa season is deFor fur. lightful from start to finish. information call on or address Cbas. tber Vf. Zell.D. P. A., Cincinnati, 0., 0. L. Mitchell, D. P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn., Vf. 0. Rlnearson, Gen. Pass.Ag't., Cincinnati, 0. The dyspeptic carries a dreadful load on hit as If he were really made up of Mrs. J. M. Frazse, of Maysville, is re- back. It seems them ambitious, brainy and entwo man Onecf ergetic; the other tick, UiUeii, pecvith and withceiving hospitality at the hands of her out force. The weak man weight the other one sister, Mrs. H. 0. Jennings. George D. down. The dysyeptic may bo able to do pretty became of the net Robinson has returned from a Southern good work one da r, and in eating, day may to able be some little indiscretion Moit cases nothing at trip. Adjutant General Collier came to do constipation.all, Constipation ofIsdyspepsia start the cause ot with s homo from Frankfort Saturday, looking of all human sickness. Some of its blllious headache, dizziare sick halo and hearty. The gonoral reports a symptoms stomach, and of appetite, foul breath, loss ness, sour windy belchlngs heartburn, pain and distress afdoad-loccomplete still existing in the ter eating. All these are indicatirs'of derangeSenatorial race at the capital. Miss Liz- ments of the liver, stomach and bowels, and all are caused by constipation. Or, Pierce's Pleasant zie Beazley, of Crab Orchard, is the guest Pellets are the quickest, easiest and moat certain of hor friend, Miss Katio Simpson. L. F. cure for this condition. They are not violent in action. Hubble is sojourning in the mountains Send at cents In one-ceitamps to World's of Eastern Kentucky on business. Miss Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. receive Dr. Pierce's i.ooS page Common Eflle Walker baa returned to her South Sense Medical Adviser, illustrated. nine-tenthk nt d The Senato elections committee report in favor of seating Mr. Pont as Senator from Deleware. Du T. P. Williams, who murdered a harmless old negro near Marianna, Ark., committed suicide on being placed in Jail. of ConEllsha Oney, father-in-lagressman Taulboe, who was killed in Washington several yeara ago by banged himself near bis home in Magoffin county from grief over the death of his daughter. Gen. John B. Gordon, though approached by both Hoke Smith and Crisp with the voluntary pledge they would not stand against him that for Senator, still refuses to reconsider his declination to ran, saying that ho is out of politics. Mrs. Wm. Paff, of Covington, committed suicide with a pistol. The flame from it set fire to her dress, burned away her clothing and burned her body to a crisp. She left a note to her husband explaining that she bad been an unfaithful wife to him, and didn't care to live longer. w All the latest Magazines, Books and Fashion Papers received as soon as published. Weekly, monthly and yearly subscriptions re, ceived. A calendar for 1896 to present you. New, Fresh Drugs and Chemicals to compound your prescriptions with. Perfect accuracy and dispatch. Kin-cai- d, A. C. .SINE, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber; Lath, Shingles Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC. I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. BIG LINE OF- - -- PLOW GEAR, HARNESS, TTTRZCsTTIErGr- SADDLERY, &c. Threw Away His Cane. Black Creek, X. Mr. P. Wiley, Y., was so badly afflicted with rheumatliro that was only able to hobble around with canes, and ha even then it canted him great pain. After using Chamberlain's Pain Balm he was so much improvHe says this ed that he threw away his canes. liniment did him more Rood than all other medicines and treatment put together. For sale at 15 and so cents per bottle b y Crafg & Hocker, Ktantord Ky. All Kinds and at Lowest Prices. Call and see them. PLOWS, -fc- FARRIS & HARDIN. IWiii ilsftiklf'lral fill ' f t ? ft I ff. I 3 'J .'! N A RH I S it l r -- i 1 i 1 '& .941 The United Smtpa Minlntnr to Tur- rr o Ronator liars, of Louisville. o?l A MESSAGE- - dontly knows how It is hlmsolf and has key has demanded an Indemnity of $100,. passed a free silver coinage bill as a sub w Btitlltrt for thn hnml art naesed by the lolt tne lores oi me campaign unr, lor ne uw lor toe burning and pillaging ol the fHouso. A number of democrats Includ has offered a bill which provides that American missions at Morash and Khar-an- y SrANFORD. Kr., Fehruaby 4, 189JN person who shall willfully and mall- - put, ing Voorheea, Harris and others voted j Gov. Matthews, of Indiana, will not for the bill, but Kentucky's real repre cloudy circulate a falsehood against a public officer or candidate for call an extra session oi the Legislature to sentative, Senator Lindsay, spoKO anu citizen, W. P. WALTON. wasn't public office, ehall bo fined in the sum enact a now apportionment law. He ad- voted against it. Blackburn r paired so as to kill a of $500 and shall bo deprived of tho elect- v.ses that tho eligibility of tho thore but he was Co., voteaeainet tho bill. The republicans ive franchise for five yenrs. Senators be not Questioned. The libel suit of the Mason-Foar- d This is tho third day of February vs. tho Louisville Truth and Editor W. could have easily defeated the bill, had NEWSY NOTES. 1S90, and if the weather bureau hns for 150,000, resulted in a verdict they tried and for not doing so tho honin favor of the company for one cent and est papers of that party are giving them At Kokorao, Ind., Miss Lillian Wil made a single correct prediction this costs. The case was tried before Judgo Hail Columbia. The Cincinnati Com son fell dead in Bchool while saying her year wo would like to know when it was. Every department ransacked for bargains. The result, these reducCincinnati Commercial Gazetto. Cantrilhn Franklin county and Truth mercial Gazette says "there is no room lesson. tions and low prices. intimates pretty broadly tnat he did not in the republican party for tho men who Thomas Combs, nn FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. hold the scalesof justice with a steady believe, or profess to believe, that free brained hla wife with a club in Ferry hand, but ruled always in favor of the silver is the remedy for evils. It is they connty. There are 1,501 ontries in tho 17 fixcompany. Be that as it may, we and all who may go. They may seek their natFour persons named Johnson have ed eventB of Latonia. who know him, are satisfied when Presi- ural affiliations in the democratic ranks, committed suicide in less than a month Burt asod OHte, beet on earth. For dent Curies E. Hoge swears that tho or among the populists. Or they may near Lafayette, lnd. l-- 2e. sjle by E. S. Powell, Uustonville. no check join the Warner and Stewart forces. The company gave Auditor Norman Frank Jones, of Washington, Iud., Louis Walz bought of William Ernst for a share of the dividends and that be republican party is no place for them. It ate 18 pies on a wager and has since been a small bunch ot butcher cattle at 2jc. Worth 15 and 20c. Ladies and misses' Union Suits worth 75c, go was in no wise interested in tne compa- is well that this question should be set at tho point of death. John Hill bought of William Cash now at ny, it is the truth, the whole truth and tled thlt year and once for all." Most 45c. Ladies' and Misses all wool hose worth 25c, now 15c. Judges John F. Lockett and A. T. and others a lot of 100 pound ahoata at nothing but the truth, and that the dis- of the republican votes for the bill came Dudley came to blows in the circuit 3 10. Lace Curtains worth 75c, $1 and i.25, now 50c, 75c and $1. Mens charged employee lied for a purpose. Our from West of the Mississippi, only two, courtroom at Henderson. A Clark couuty man has rentod nine Unlaundercd Shirts worth 50c, 75c and $1; nov 25c, 50c and 75c. sympathies are naturally with editors in one from North Carolina and Cameron of Peru, Ind., at- acres of laud to jjo in tobacco at J30 per finch Baits, bat in thia case it is well both from Pennsylvania being on this side. tempted to ford a rlyer with bis family of acre. lor the, credit of the State and the repufour and all were drowned. Brown Hal has 20 representatives in tation of an unmercifully villifled firm of Georce Green, who killed his wife the 2:30 list, 12 of which havo beattn Another complication has aripen in gentlemen that an end has been put to that body of complications, the Ken- aud her was sentenced at 2:15 Fivo have records below 2:10. the charges of corruption that sensation- tucky Legislature. Lt. Gov. Worthing Lexington to life imprisonment. GOO bales of good timothy hay for al papers, currying favor with the senti- ton rules that a librarian not having been Peter Mtther sayB he will, the day salo. Will doliver on tho cars in Crab All wool black Socks 15c. Thousands of other things equally as low ment against all who handle convict la- elected during the month of January, battle with Fitziimmons, win or Orchard at 00c per 100 lbs. Seed oata such as Tabic Linen, Napkins, Towels, Crashes, Bead Spreads,; Com falsely made. bor, have balloting for one is no longer in or- lose, fight Denver Ed Smith for $5,000 a and corn also for sale. John Buchander and that it will devolve on Gov. Bide. forts, Blankets, &c. Many Choice things left in our stock of ready-- .. an. 4t The Tennessee Masons in grand lodge Bradlye to fill the vacancy. If thero is The office of the circuit court of Mar-tiWhen Secretary El Tipton first took made assembled issued an appeal to all tho any lafV for such a ruling it is not a just county has been robbed of 121 indict charge of the Kentucky Trotting Horse throughout the world to lend their one. Heads we win and tails you lose, ments returned at tho recent term of Breeder's Association's affairs his salary aid in dispersing the war clouds, which seems to be the game the republicans are court. waa $300 per year, ho now gets $100 per now eeem to hover over the Nations of playing with the democrats. Five persona were killed and nearly week. and to use their influence for the eartb, They can't have everything their own 20 injured, some fatally, by a boiler exS. M. Owena writes from Columbus, In the way of Suits, Overcoats, Odd Pants and Mclntoshcs. Leave the exhaustion of all honorable and way, however, for a later discovery is plosion in a Pennsylvania Iron and nail Ga., to Dr. J. B Owsley that ho has sold your order for a suit made to order. Remember we carry a big line peaceful means to settle all contention that the governor does not have to issue plant. 10 of the cotton mules he took to that before they reeort to armB, adding "war a ' d State Licommission to a Tho city of Lexington is in debt plftco at $90 and a pair of extra good ones of debetween nations meanB death and v brarian, bo MIbs Guy. will probably be 1952,567,50 and tho new mayor is bor- for $200 struction and untold agonies, and we, elected today. rowing at the rate ol 51,000 a day to Dr. G. A. Traylor sold only a portion who believe in the 'Fatherhood of God i: enough for Tillman, the meet expenees. of his tobacco in Louisville Friday aud and brotherhood of man,' can not reIt was bad Five people were poisoned in their kept tho balance In storage thero for a frain from raising our voice in condem- blatant charlatan, to make an exhibition Oil Cloths in Profusion. homo at Rochester, N.Y. One is dead, better price. The best price he realized nation of needless shedding of human of himself in tho U. S. Senate by his and the recovery of a was $13. is dying blood." Noblest sentiments are these of coarse abuse of "the Judas from Ken- another -- Klng Cluster, property of G. F. Annoblest of all orders May they tucky and his besotted chief," as he third is doubtful. the Miles Williams, colored, is in jail at derson, waa knocked down to J. L. Buckhave free course and be adopted and terms Carlisle and Cleveland, but the Ala., charged with pulling les at Fnulconer & Ruo's aalo for $1,450 maintained by tho mystic tie every- - Bhades of Calhoun and Hayne must have Montgomery, a mule's tongue out, roots and all, be- and Anderson gave him $100 to declare where. Bhuddered when the S. Carolina Legisla- cause the auimal balked. the Bale off. v ture attempted to pass a "resolution of Herman HouBell, of Philadelphia, A stock company has organized at Fred P. Bishop sold to J. C. Johnson thanks ior the eloquent and patriotic ad- heard Evangelist Moody and was so imLexington to establish an inebriate asyof Boyle, a bunch of 100 pound ahoats at dress delivered by the junior Senator." pressed that he brooded over his wickedA: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, lum for tho care of alcoholism by a new 3.G5; to J. F. Ware 100 barrels of corn at It is sad to realize how a once noble peo- ness until he became insane. T: D. RANEY, Manager. process, known as the Fittz cure. The ple 11.40 and to Lyon & Allen a lot ot butchhave degenerated when they place The House committee on foreign af- er stuff at 2Jc. treatment is very different from the Kee-le- y each men in power. faire yeaterday adopted by a party vote Sales of 15 1,250 pound cattle at 4c method, It requires no hypodermic Branch Stores; Ambassador Bay- with $2.50 off the lot, another lot of same injections and no chloride of gold is used. A month ago, Editor L. W. Gaines, of a resolution censuring Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, weight at 3, stock hogs at 3J and sboats It la a home treatment and can be taken the Elkton Progress, and wife, were re- ard for hia political speeches. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. A freight on the Big Eonr crashed at same price are reported in the without the assistance of physicians, g joicing over the birth of their first born. Lawrencoburg, put up in convenient form and con- Now their hearts are torn and bleoding, through a bridge near Democrat. sisting of a powerfnj vegetable, antidote for the little girl has returned to its home Ind., destroying 31 cars and killing eight Large bogs lore 20 per cent, in kill ing, or as some calculate it, 25 pounds for alcoholism which absolutely destroys with the angels. May they find Bweet tramps, who were stealing rideB. Docs Your Lloyd Montgomery, who killed his on the first 100 pounds and 12 on the the. appetite for drink inside of five days. consolation in the thought that it is bet- hanged second 100. Cattle turn out net about If any place on earth needs such an in- tty to have loved and lost than never to parents and another person, wbb stitution it is Lexington, but we fear it have loved at all and thank God for the in Oregon. A hunchback waa executed 55 per cent, on foot. will not prosper there. Its people are little treasure sent to be a moment's or- at Kalamath, Wanh., for mnrder. John R. Farris is working Victor At Toledo, O., Mrs. Madeline Mes.-Bu- Mazone at Lexington now and thinks he too fond of red liquor. and to bind their hearts in closer nament Or Varnish ? Wc strangled herself to death with her will bo a champion this year. He was union. hair, which she twisted around her neck monstrous fast as a yearling and the couEditoii Sam J. Rodkhts, of the LexingS. W. Kbllbk is now a full partner and held firmly with both hands. ton Leader,, is doing his best to wheel ple of years he has rested ought to be of The jury in the case of Arthur Dues benefit to him. Kentucky into line for Gov. McKinley. with his father, Green It. Keller, in the In that line and we fully warrant our goods. t A recent issue of bis paper contained a publication of the Carlisle Mercury, trow, the Missouri millionaire charged Tho general belief around the Chifull page cut of the great protectionist which promises to be all the better from with the murder of his wife, roturned a cago slock yards is that March hogs will We want your prescription work, too, and guarantee quality, accuHere's verdict of murder in tho first degren. and many columns of favorable com- the infusion ot new blood. bring $5 per hundred. This is based on racy and price. Judge Culberson, of Texas, now a reports of coimiiitwion men who have ment from people and papers all over hoping he may prove as good a man Congressman, has defended 110 men been to the country and find eupplits the country. A poll of the Legislature and as popular one as his old dad. charged with murder ia the first degree, shorter than expected. shows 37 representatives and 10 Senators The election for Senator seems further and has never had a client sentenced to McKinley, with several straight out for Hon. F. P. Corabest, master comoff than ever. Saturday's ballot only others leaning to him. The death. missioner, sold to the highest bidder tho Biiit involving 1,- of Ohio is the brainiest and best of the showed 51 for Hunter nnd 40 for BlackThe Win. Floyd farm, on a judgment Against burn, with 10 scattering. The truce ends 500,000 acres of land in West Virginia, republican entries and with Bradley out, it in favor of tho First Nations! Btnk cf the indications are that Kentucky will Thursday, when we hope something will was decided for the eqnattera by perenip Stanford, Win. Floyd, purchaser, in the tory instructions from U. S. Judge Golf sum of $4,100 53 -- Lihurty Tribune. instruct for him without B.econd choice. drop to end the suspense. At Fnulconer & Ruo's sale at DanIt is hoped and believed that the Ken- at Wheeling.the known defalcations in In 1S93 GodThe question of Dr. Whitesides ville, Jim Lawrence, a show gelding tucky Senate can be relied on to kill the and his natu- undemocratic compulsory education bill the United States amounted to $19,000,-00- 0; brought S1.050, Bessie Leach bv (iainbo-nito- , frey Hunter's birth-plain 1894 they were 525,000,000, and ralization has been settled by the pro- passed by tho House. $1,500, King. lewol, a saddle uxld indications point that those of last yar ing, jSJO, Prinna Edsall, 2:101, duction of papers, after several resoluwill be still larger. tions of inquiry bad been introduced in LAW MAKING AT FRANKFORT. Cling, 2:2 Ij, $410, Jim Corbetr, 2:27( The decision of the Indiana supreme 215, Goldou Rod, a fancy (saddler, ?25o the Legislature. Ho is a native of tho A bill to reduce the pay of jurors to court, overthrowing tho legislative gerEmerald Isle and renounced his allegi- $1.50 a busiupsa horces, show day was presented by Senator rymander of 1895 will result in tho dis and a number of Hkn hornett and tho at $100 to $225. ance to the Queen at New Castle, Pa., Stege. placing of a majority of tho republican Woud Wilkes, one of the greatest racers Dec. 30, 1859. He was 21 years old then Senator J. W. Ogilvie, accompanied of a few years ago, brought $205. He r Senators. which makes him 57 now, There was by his waa owned bv T. (1. Yeager physician and 6eyoral friends, left Washington, Ind., Mrs. Susan At no reson for secrecy in the matter, exPaducah in a special car Suuday 'night King recovered damages of $1,000 from cept that for ways that aro dark and for Opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Frankfort. Smisor, who eold liquor to r Strange, tricks that don't always prove vain, the Miss J. C. W. Beckham waa elected to the her husband, under the iriiluencu of but Beacon Hill Dcnrino! Whcro is doctor is peculiar. I cannot remember. legislature in NelBon to aucceed Wilson, which he was fatally injured. Dresden? Young LaJcteldo O, that's easy. In James Dalgran, of Coal City, Ind., After riding into power on their deceased, by over 700 majority. He will shoulders, the republican council of vote for Blackburn. who three weeks ago finished a seven China. Saw tho address In a Gov. Bradley has appointed Dr. W. years' sentence in prison for forgery, on Truth. Louisville threw the A. P. A'a. overelected Georgo D. Todd mayor O. Owsley aa first assistant physician at Fridav forged a check and is Bgain in board and Ity IlPft Impreuloa. T by a vote of 20 to 15. The most disgrace- the Lexington Asvlum. He waa former- custody. He seems to liko the pen. "now do yoa sell thia musio paper?" Seedingjtime is nowjright at handjjwe have a large'stock of ful scenes were enacted during the elec- ly aurgeon in the U. S. army. A woman in South Kingstown, K. 1. asked the customer at tho stationery Tho bills authorizing the sinking who is just 20 yearB old, Ih the mother of ttorc. tion, the A. P. A's. filling tho air with "I'm not certain about It," Bald tho execrations and vile epithets whenever fund (commissioners to borrow 1500,000 aix children. Two pairs of twins wore bcII It by tlw voted for Todd. He to meet current expenses has been favor- born to herjbeforo she was 10. The facts new clerk, '"but I think wo one of their number choir." Chlcngo Tribune. issaidtobe a good business man, and ably reportedjto tho Senate. wore given to the census enumerator The Point of Vlow. Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle StateJAuditor Stone refused to isaue last week and were verified by him. may make a good executive, but it will be Mrs. Johnson Your husband lias nothing but reliable and approved machinery. com'o out of such salary warrants to Appollato Court Judg-6- 8 a wonder if order can Come and examine Mre. Augusta Schwaiz, u wealthy crrcat ability. Pryor, Hazelrigg and Lewis at the rate widow of Brooklyn, committed euicide our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting chaotic conditions. Mrs, Stlinson (who haa discovered of $5,000 a piece, holding that$4,000 was short and wc are offering special inducements toclose out a nice Mine by connecting rubber tubea with open her husband) Yes, irritability. The mild eye kine continues to get in the legal salary of each. of Buggies and Surreys. gas jets and placing the tubes across her Truth. The druggists are trying to have the bed. Sho had previously taken a quanher work, it was sue wno kicked over Hidden. a lamp, which started a conflagration law requiring all drugstores in cities and tity ol laudanum and then shot herself. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Mrs. Blltcr Willie, has your mothcame dear wiping oul Chicago, towns ofover 1,000 inhabitants to have which Reports from many sections of Tex- er been buying a new rug? and it waB sho who the other day threw only registered pharmacists to compound as and Mieeiasippl show that Hoods, Willlo SllmBon Yes. You wouldn't a whole train of cars off the track near prescriptions amended so as to include which have resulted from a steady down know there was a hole in tho carpet Houston, Texas, killing two and injuring drug stores in any town a hamlet. pour of from 30 to 48 hours, have dono now, would you? Detroit Froo Press. The House judiciary committee haB great damage. At one place an entire many other people. For as meek a lookHe Wanted to Know. reported a substitute for the Grazlana family of children were drowned while ing creature, the cow is peculiarly 13Y"They say Henpcck'fl wifo died unexpoolroom bill. It makes the offense a and .deceptive. their parents woro away at a festival. pectedly." miedemeanor instead of a felony, and "Yes. Henpcck gave her the wrong destroyed or., learning ia a dangerous thing. prunuua una anu imprisonment as pen- Many bridges have been A viiisdlclnc.' damaged. -Was It n mistake?" Llic A fellow at Mt. Sterling forged u check alties. Pools can be sold on tracks durPhiladelphia suffered a two million signed "Jorge" Jeckeon. It ing Bctual racing on Buch tracks. to which he Common Affliction. dollar fire Sunday. Tho heaviest losers was a bad spell and kept him from getThorni Miss Ilnmmerly got a stage J. O. Lay'a bill to reduce the eher-iff'- a were Charles. Hazoltipe, whoso seven- ting tho money, but it did not keep him fee from $2 to $1 for advertising aalo etory .trnctnr. was destroyed; tho Am..-- , out of jail. . Bramble So did tho audience. Bo of property for back taxes waa reported icon Bantiat rubllCRtion society, me ton Courier. lftnt. anrl favorably. Tt..n YVrfttttrki .TnitnMiT. in flrnf Tho committee on general American Baptiet Historical Society, to- -, And Funeral Director. -A Iark Secret. isj-a'the time for Gen. Parker Watkins 8tatuteo favors tho passage of Mr. Thom- tal loss, and the Hotel Lafayette. Thore The silver hair among tho black Also carry a nice line oi Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy R0h from Ke- as' bill abolishing the office of Common- were 250 (meets in the hotol but all esHardin for delegatB-at-larges. She's very quick to mark, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. populist conven- wealth's attorney and imposiug his du- caped. Only the eighth and ninth floora way sho Kurops And frantic la tho ntuckyto the National Herself to keep it dark. . ties on the county attorney. Room opposite Court-Hous- e tion. of the hotel were destroyed. Square, Stanford, -&MI-WEEKL- ( Y INTERIOR JOUKNE t., D....u...4nAniin To The People,- 'From the Louisville Store. hold-ove- lct, Ladies Ribbed Vests at 12 Samuel-Anderso- n, Btep-fathe- r, Seamless Black Socks, 10 Cents, is n Ma-Bo- na newly-electe- Carpets and Mattings, &c. THE LOUISVILLE STOBE, STANFORD, STZ 4-- 1 bo-in- Har-rodsbu- rg House Need Paint, Paper, er HAVE EVERYTHING NEEDFUL PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Kinc-Mulli- ns ce Furniture, Undertaking, f3, Carpets, Wall Paper. I j hold-ove- W. W. WITHERS, Siloon-keepe- show-windo- w to-dn- y. LOOK HERE Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c. B. 3. W3DAREN. 'I UNDERTAKING -- ! dau-gero- uB littc f L Practical Trimmer, Embalmer Ky. e -) Detroit-Tribune- t- mi-Wee- Interior Journal the latest things In collar and McIntosh overcoats from " ties now at Shanks'. II. J. McRoborts'. Some o( 3 50 up at They CHURCHAFFAIRS. 1 1 "!p Today 80 years ago, tho Cumberland Presbyterian church waa founded. JJamiicbos, laces and insertions in A new, handsome and extensive lino Tho Episcopalians of this place will E. C. Walton, Business Manager great varioty at Shanks'. of Hamburg and insertions at Shanks'. Boon begin the erection of a handsome Five shares ot stock in First National Car load of farm wagons just received house 61 worship on South Main Btreet. Somerset Paragon. Wk are temporarily without a watch Bank uf Stanford, wanted. Apply to W. at Forris & Hardin's. Also a lot of road repairer, but during his abeunco your P. Walton. Tho Rev. D. Welburn suffered a We arc now showing the finest line of wagons. Call and aeo them. Hamburgs and Luces ever repair work will tie Hunt to the city, thoratroko of paralysis several days Bgo in oughly and accurately done and returned received Beyeral car loads of good will want such goods- - why not come Just brought to this city. You A portion of the spring stock of cloth- Orlando, Fla. He was presiding elder of to you without any extra charge. Pen- - boxing which I oiler cheap for cash. A. ing haa been received at Shanks'. Yon this district for n number of years. and make your selection while stock is complete ? ny a Drug and Jewelry Store. C Slno. can now get enlta there from $2 to $15. Dr. John.A. Brocks, of Memphis, Coal sold for cash or exchanged for all PERSONA! POINTS. At his trial before 'Squire JUiley at haa received a call to the largest Chris- Cambric Edges 3c to 50. Fine Nainsook Match Edgings and Inserklnda of grain and feed. J. II. Baugh-ma- n McKinney Friday, W. R. Gooch, who tian church in Europe tho London tions that we bought 33 per cent, of the price. Beautiful line Jambs M. SAVrtsv started to Hogsett & Co. cut David Christopher in a fight, was Tabernacle. He has not yet accented Academy yesterday. baby edgings and insertions. Laces from 10c to 35c per yard. the call. , Mies Nbttik Wnxv took little Wray One of the best brick residences aud discharged. Tho meeting at the Carlisle MethoLynn to Loulayillo Saturday. the bent located in the city of Stanford A ktkr your house ia burned it is too dist church closed with 54 additi6ns, 13 New check White Goods in Jaconet, Dimities and India Linens. J. B. Cook, ol Lawrenceburg, spent for sale. J.S.Hughes. late tor a fire insurance policy. So go of which were added the last night. The Sunday with his slater here. J. II. Bauoiiman has bought a number now and get you a policy issued by Jerse pastor, Rev. C. F. Oney, was asaisted by Special prices on Cottons and Sheetings for January sewing. Miss Ummk Dawson has returned from Rev. B. E. Lancaster, of Georgetown, ol blocks of First National Bank stock, D. Wearen. Do not put it off a visit to her Bister at Midway. The Womon'a Christian Temperate MubSalmkDuWy.o! Richmond, is paying par for the old and new issue toBia SroUN. Mr. L. L. Dawson showed Union has protested against the use of gether. us yesterday a spoon made out of a buffa- whisky to christen the battleship Ken the guest of Mra. Annie James. Miss Nannik Kknnbuy returned from Canned goods of all kinds, Dried lo's horn, which waa presented to bis tucxy, on the, grounds probably that it la Jellico, Saturday, where has been teach- Fruits, Buchwheat Flour, Maple Syrup, brother, J. J. Dawson, of Missouri, by an unnecessary waste of materiel. ing. the chief of the Wallapoi Indians, it Pickles, Cheese, wrackers, Ac, nt Silaa Woodson, who was Mb. W. R. MiNoKand wifo, of More-lan- d, ren & Shanks'. holds a plntor more and iooka like it had born in Knox county, this 8tate, and -Opposite First National Bank, under Odd Fellows Hall. were here Saturday consulting a done much service I( the old chief used whose nephow married a niece of Mr. 8. Wantsu. Everybody owing mo to that in "taking a horn" and filled it, he dentist. u.onanKB, oi mia piace, created n surMb. J. Nkvin Oahtkr is now In charge come and softie within the month of necessarily became tanglod footed after prise by uniting with the Catholic church of the government's interest at Traylor's January. After that time my collector wards. at St. Joo, Mo. will call on you. Dr. J. G. Carpenter. distillery. The old bell that did service at Tub appeal case of B. P. Martin vs. Miss Almb Fish, of Grab Orchard, is Wm. Day, a Luurel county mail car Wm. O'Dear occupied tho attention o' Camp Dick Robinson during the war the guest of her eIster,!Mrs. Dr. J. G. rier, is in hoc for robbing his sack of reg- Special Judge P. M. McRoberts yesterday will be hung in the new church now beCarpenter. istered letters. Ho had cut a little hole afternoon and drew a large crowd from ing built by Rev. John G. Fee at Berea. Mks. busAN Sr.AOK.NT, Mrs. L. M. Las-l- er In tho eack, which he kept concealed, It was used for a quarter of a century to Rowland. Mr. Martin warranted and Johnjnre back from a deligbttul though'wiiich he could extract the let call the students of Berea College. for $10.30 and levied oncorn to visit to relatives in Texas. Rev. J. T. Sharrard saya it is his tors. pay tilt debt. Mrs. O'Dear claimed the Mks. Mattik Baxteii and Miss Sallio aho wont got it, as Judge Mc- - purpose to preach for a week at a time at Oca line of Spring samples has been corn, hut Roller, of Gravel Switch, are guetts of affirmed the decision of the court his church when the weather geta better, received and if you want a tailor mado Roberis Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Roller. as has been his custom else, where. While belo. Ouk old friends, John G. Pulliatu and suit call at Shanks. The many suits wu in Colorado, however, he began a meetHeavy Sentence. Coleman Carpen- ing which lasted for 112 days, during L, B. Givens, are. now managers of tl e have made is tho ouly advertisement we will use for "futuro sales. Try Shanks ter, a young negro, got on a rampage which time he preached 110 Ilarrodsbnrg Opora House. sermons and Mr. Gsotou L. Oahpknteii in attend once. Sunday and terrorized tho family of Abe over 100 soula were brought to Christ. He finally ran Ing tho Lexington Business College aud The Baptist church at Owensboro, of As I will be away from home for some Carter "scandalously." In very much pleased with it. I havo placed my accounts in tho Abe from homo with a gun and kept which Rev. Fred D. Hale is pastor, is time, Dr. G. W. Brokavuii went to Madison hands of Mr. S. P. Salter for collection. him away till 4 o'clock yesterday morn- full of whisky makera and whisky selWe were on hand with it and bought goods at Friday and Mrs. Bronaugh to Crab My books will be found at Louis Walz' ing. Abe recounted the adventuro on lers, and he has raised a storm by deto visit her son, R. II. Bronaugh. meat Ho'i. Pleabe call and settle. M. F. tho witness stand Yesterday and it wbbbo manding that all such be dismissed from Hon. J, N.Baundkhs, who has been in Elkin. rich that the judge had to threaten to fellowship, along with ail who have mon Frankfort for 10 days preparing records send several persons to jail to stop their ey invested in the business or rent propTux earth at this writing la a pretty boisterous laughter. It wsa a bad case erty for the use of saloon or other traffic for the court of appeals, returned yesterday, "detuned moist" body, rain have fallen and the jury gave Carpenter the limit, 50 in liquor. The Louis villa Truth says that Miss very cloeely for several days. "Clearing days in jail and a fine of f 100. Madison county haa 5,555 voters Virginia Bowman, ol Danville, is the fair and colder Tuesday," was FniE. At 1 o'clock yesterday morn- 4,153 white and 1,402 colored. ThiB ia handsomest girl who has visited that city the weather service's prognostication Their Loss is your gain. ing the rear of Mr. A. N. Bentley's resi- an increase ol 100 over last census. this .winter. yesterday. dence was discovered to bo on fire. Rev. LawiB D. 6am won, formerly of Winter ia over if the ground hog fiign A. V. Sizemore ran up town and had charge of the Commercial has NXW.ADVKBTISKMKNTB. goes. He didn't see his shadow when the alarm sounded, which brought out Gazette interests in Covington, Newport he came out of his hole Sunday, no mat- the fire company in an almost incredibly and suburbs. ter which hour he did so, for it rained short tirnfr, those who timed it Baying Mr. W. J. Potbit has announced tils nearly all day and was unusually that in less than ( flvo minuter after the candidacy for county clerk of Mercer, hard dark and dreary. alarm Chief Bruce had a full stream of and he will bo b mighty hard man to Sixty-fiv- e Acres of Grass and d race. head in the PxNaioNxua are warned by Col. Adams water playing on the fire and in another Acres of Oats Land Mr. and Mrs. Tinblby to put a sufficiency of postage on their five minutes had St out. Tho shed and Jeans Pants, 39c; Wocl Filling Jeans, 50c; Good Wool Jeans, $1; celebrated their tin wedding Friday in a voucher, cIbo he will not tako them out pantry were destroyed, but the hoiu e Will be publicly rented at Stanford County Court Working Shirts, 15c. day, royal dinner, which 40 or more guests of the oillce, but let them go to the dead was saved after it had caught in many O'CIOCKFeb. to, 1806, between the bouri of 10 and i L. L. DAWSON, places. It waa splendid work and the enjoyed vory heartily, J. tl lIKlUtiT, letter office. In a year he is eaid to have o Exori. J. L. Dawson, deed. company deserves great praise. A good MibsbsBkllkGivbnb nnd Lucy paid out (100 in short postage, deal of the furniture, including the piano, Alcorn, of llustonville, who came T r- This is the worst thing that could be said was removed and pretty badly tned up, down to the McKinney Baughman wed(Water Proof.) ding, Hpent several days with relatives of Danville's new water supply. A Lan- but none burned. It was insured in one of caster negro went over there and staid a Rev. R. B. Mahony's companies for 1800. here. II. F. Horton ws called to New Al- few weeks, drinking the water the while. There wbb no insurance on the building, Knee Pants, ioc; Wool Mitts, ioc; and many other things at Equally bany Friday by a telegram Blntlng that When she returned she became awfully which helongB to Mra. L. E. Farias, of Low Prices. his son, Oacar, flvo years old, had been sick and Dr. Kinnatrd gave her an Lexington, aud which was damaged f 500 Keep you y on the Pape Fence Sco Huff emetic, when inirabl lu dictu aho throw or $600. Mr. Bentley had lo.lt on the Dudderar. JU L. Dawson, J. H ISncht. K. Cobb. Beriously hurt by being run over by a Chancpllf r and other who Mvc uc Ed Carter, up a water dog! Did anybody ever? G. A PEYTON. Stanf. rd, Ky. midnight train, but returned on a freight edit. wagon. fr correspondent ot the Agent for Lincoln County'. 95 jm on being telegraphed to. Tub IIustoBville Loi'is Landiiam is now sole editor, Liberty Tribuno is authority for the publisher and proprietor of the Lnucas MATRIMONIALMATTERS. S. OWSLEY, statement that Mr. Jamea W. Allen "trl ter Record, his partner, Henry Cart ing of bachiug" is shortly 0 become r wright, having withdrawn to accept a poThree divorces wero granted to mem It a candidate (or Ccns't" in thil, the Eighth District, tubjectt) the action of the Democratic Benedict. sition in Lexington. Mr. Lundrum wilt bers of tho same family in one day at yarty. at teB make the paper strictly independent po Salem, I ml. M. W. H. SiiA.NKa entrained Fridaj night in honor XijfMiesea Ktllo liticilly, keep it at its high standard o1 Mrs. Ella Frybarger, a wealthy widof Winchester, Lena Bald In, excellency and;wu hope make it a decid ow of 50 years, waa married at Rholby- Burnett, of Richmond, Mary Pickett, of Shelby, edsuccesa financially. ville, III., to John Ballard, her 20 year- Dollib McRoberts and Linda aud Kin urn old hostler. Those ewinR- the estate ofl. A. Harris are re Tub Cantata of "Esther tho Queen," Owsley. Vanity Fair, London's aocioty paper, agilnst it will please present them properly pror- a. i . jiAKKia, Littlk Roiibrt Fknzkl, who has been given under thedirectiouof Mies N. C. assorta that W. K. Vnnderbilt will shortExor. J. A. Harris. 94 visiting hla grand mother, Mrs. Sophia II. McEweii at the Baptist church last ly announce hla engagoment to an EnFenzol, lu Unclnutitl, returned home week, wuhsu satisfactorily rendered, that glish Duchoss. Saturday by himself. Ho Ih only 1J years aho In t consented to produce it again Mr. and MrB. Howard Smith, of at the Christian church. An Goveurn6r, N. Y , celobratodtheir 70th of ege, bo an express tog waa placed on -B.JJ invitation is extended to tho vhito auniversary of thoir marriage. Ho'a 90, him to show his destination. ud Saniut in a good ahe 90 yoara of ago. Ho has voted 00 Komember we are the exclusive agents for the Mifca Dolus Williams, of Hustonvlllo, friends to come celebrated is tho recipient of many compliments in cause, with tho insurance that good Hunts years democratic. her tour witli MrB. Bailey. Tho Courior-Journ- will be reserved for them. II. F. BrookB, of Gum Sulphur, S5 Falls Branch Jellico Coal, recently said of her in mentionSfiVENBubacribtraina family of seven years old and twice a widower, and Mrs. Also that it will be to the interest of e cry body widow of to call and see our clean Domestic Nut Ceaf. ing a performance: Tho pianist and acsounds pretty big but that ia what the Orlena U. Nell, n handsome at the Prices companist is beautiful In faco and form, Crab Orchard, will bo married at tho mines, the very lowest. We pay tho cash lowest therefore are able to sell at the Inteimoii JounNALhaa in Mr. John M an artist of tho highest accomplishments price. Come and see us McRobertc, Jr's. family. They aro Mrs. bride's homo Good Coal makes red ashes, no cinders. and tho audience waa delighted with Tho marriaca of II. B. Phillipp, of NOEI. A SON. J.1L Mount and C. O. McRobertB, of her work. OwrenBboro, worth half a million, and LaGrange, Mra. J. H. Dunn, of Danville, The many relatives and triondB ol R E. McRoborts, ot Lancaster, and Misa BeEsio Solomon, ia announced. Mr. EXCHANGE Mies Leah, tho beautiful daughter of baa a lari;e FOR SALE Messrs. J. M., II. J. and G. A. McRob- Phillips is 07 years old and Mrs. U. L.Steger, who wont to Colorado orts, of this place. family, whilo Mias Solomon is just 20. It is! uselesa to add for hor health, will bo glad to learn of Mr. Phillips formerly lived at Lebanon. House and Lot in Crab Orchard, Ky. for tho paBt that the memborelof Mr. McR's. family Five rooms and kitchvn, cellar, flower pit, stable her rapid Improvement The church had been decorated, tho know a good tiling when they aeo it. outbuildings, all in first class repair; a month or moro. Her physician tella her feast prepared and tho bride arrayed, ana other well of never filling water, all kinds of fruit trees and small Iruits. Lot contains about one acre. to Kentucky in six Handjomk Phk3ent. Dra. J. G. Car- but tho groom camo not nnd Mies Rosa aho can return AtWill sell cheap or exchange for small farm inn months. Mra.Steger Is delighted with penter and J. F. Peyton, proprietors of Bastln, of Louisville, ia in a precarious good neighborhood. The place is rented for 1896 place to who will show the peoplo and climate of Colorado The Joseph Price Hospital, received an condition over it. Henry H6mmirig, who to Mr. llughSeargent,to look at It. the further Tor any one who destres Kentucky appreciated. and substantial present last was to marry her, ia Btill missing and Information addrtss J. H. STEPHENS, Springs and may not return to aoa N. Limestone St., Lexington, Ky. week from Dr. JoBeph Price, ol Phila- fears ovor his safety are entertained. P S Centrally located. for a vnsr- Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. delphia, in tho ebapoof a half dozen Rev. F. J. Schnieder, of Now York CITY AND VICINITY. San Francisco. Portland. handsome iron beds, beautifully onatnol- - City, is tho champion matrimonial knot ..To the., on aou iinisnou in urasa. xney aro very tyer of the ago. In 27 yeara ho ha8 percut glasH. Sbb Danke' - modern aud pretty aud will bo put in the formed 15.750 marriaco ceremonios, 730 Take your rvpaira to Danke, the Jew- hospital aa Boonaa a littlo improvement of which occurred in 1S05. He seems to .. Via The ' leB' on the lntorior,(of tho building can be have performed a second service for at W. II. New stylo of ueckwoar made. nearly overy couplo too, as in the same Shank.'. time ho has christened 0,812 infants. Killed. Mr. Joseph McFarland, an aha-e- a ol Farmers eral Fob Hon. Jpbn Bam Owsley, Jr haa at this aged citizen of Williamsburg, was killed Vll' I NABAY&CHIC,U0Rr(lV)- Bank & Truet Co'b. Btock. Apply 2 I at that placo Friday by a freight train. announced himself aa a candidate oflice. Only Dining Car Koute From He attempted tofcross tho track and waa for Confess in this district. Here is a An elegant lino of Btruck by thelengiue. Mr. Arthur Pearce. man against whom naught but good can WKhavoROt'ein. teaanddiuner seta. Somothing brand the engineer, who is a brothor of Mra. be said. Everybody who knowa Sam Collar Pads, Bridles, Check Lines, &c, &c Call and see our JddgeT. L. Shelton.of Rowland, waa or Owaloy Hkea him. He haa tho brains new. Warren & Shanks. " Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled " reated and putunderbond of $500 to ap. and tho energy, bo why not nominate diuilties, towels, crash, pear at his trial for killing Sleepers of Modem Pattern. Mr. McFar- him? Lancaster Record. among the For maps or any information, address napklos nnd tablo linena wo land, tho coroner's jury stating in its Conductor W. 11. Hutchinaou, of tho E. II. BACON THANK I. KEID.) verdict that his death waa caused by the O. S. rati way, will give up his "run" belatest arrivals hi buuub. D. P. A . G. P. Agent, They are the Best, Louisville Chicago. Barnes engineer's carelessness. Wo aro satisfied tween Burulu and Lexington to take one vour laundry wlth T..H-lie sur to call'for ro- - that Mr. Pearce can prove that he was on the L 8. from Versailles to GeorgeMoaon ftoute. It cots out on Tuesday and St. Paul. Denver. not in fault. town. Friday. turns never later than Stanford, Ky., Fciiruary Kew plow in the field. Ask Uiggina Pjearl cotBet shields at Blianks. 4, 189G & McKinney about It, need no recommendation. Moody is holding forth In Najh-viil- e. HAMBBlly! yz w AND liACEU SEVERANCE & SQtt. '." Ex-Go- Mr-O'De- SUCH BRRGfllNS Were never Heard of Before. Manufacturers Needed the Money, Oi-cba- rd 50conthet)ollar $15 Suits for $7.50 Publio Renting. $18 Suit, $10, OVERCOAT At DISCOUNT 'TPTPre &T,,C1W1L - 20-od- Mas-terao- n m m yrr tr Mclntoshes Only $3.50. J. JR., il.v INotic to Creditors. T- 20 PerCent. BIO- Coal, Coal, Coal. al J. L. FrohHian & Co., Danville, Ky. m Kclntoshes, Slickers, Rubber Coats, Rubber Shoes; -- LIUE H. J. McROBERTS. v JTOBTIELWDST , SALE.-Sov- for-merl- y -- j(gj ! Plow Gear, Wagon Harness, Collars, EVIetaiic HIGGINS & McKINNEY. i TO CHICJ5LGO. ' Tru-oMKT- s. Sewed Collars n ,il w-nr- en. fc rM ii ESS ISStei tj, 1 Ju. II " T? i. j ""' "' pl 'S!Zil5J iT'TMuiABjuin flwMMViirTM 1"., nsBSM. Ti il '" fMJMirSrmSMii 1" '" rf-- Y jrf . MaiSSS - 't,T - 'T.'- - -- Wr "" ww T'PJWKiriBTW-- ' - -- mi ii' ftwaBBrTrwj;iiinii.jj SwfikWU yrp- - wy "w.iii'Wji'iifiMwiffli!1 I I. K emi-Week- ly interior Jodrna and Friday AT FabllBhod Every Tuesday 09 When not so paid SHERIFF'S SUE Taylor.J.T. 70acre6 Vnught.II.F. 17 acres Williams, G.T. ngt. L. RaMin, Woods, 110 n. 2 2 1 J. U. 24 acres JUST THINK8 No duns and plenty of 32.60 will be charged. Young, Sarah J. 34 acres Young, E 20acros,bal 1 1 K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Stanford at at 4:30 p. m. 7:15 a. m., cturnlftg For State and County Money In Your Pocket. CRAIG & L.&'N. Ha. No, No. Ne.-- LOCAL TIME CARD. . S, .......... 11 tip m Train going worth.. " " " ........... KS. .. 3 15 m " boulh 1 04 p m tj, . " " - iljpm QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pan Junction City at follows: No. 1 South .. 1137 am No 1 North . ,.3.56 p m ,.1.4$ p m t.ooam 4 3 n " .. ..101 in " 6 " .3 IS 8 40 p m "10 ,0 00 a m " ..... 9 " Notk. Ncs. 3 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur- tar than Junction City, nor on Sunday. "3 1 Harnett, Enoch 21 acres 2 50 Carter, Clmrlos 1 27 acros 4 60 1 75 Carter, Bird SO acres X 1 55 Carter, George 10 acres f Collier, Jnmc (X. R.)lot in Mil- 1 40 leJgcville W. Floyd, Mrs J. lOOacres 2 70 Haley, Dave, Morcland, 55 acres 1 80 & Lee, Whitt 12 acres 2 05 Minks, J. II. Iot500 ... 5 15 Kentucky. Peacock's, G.F. heirs lot in Hum. tonvule 5 55 work In every parlcu Guaranties e 1S9G, between tlio hours of 9 a m. amUp si at tho door in tbc town of Soargent, Ligo 3 acres 2 10 lar 1'nces reasonable, lias had ti ycari' cxne rleno. qi jm 1 75 Stanford, Lincoln county, Ky., I will expose to tho highest bidder for cash in hand to Waggoner, Tom 50ocres 1 55 pay the State and County Tax for 1S95 the follwing described property, or so much Walls, Dick S acres A. S. thereof as may bo necessary tQ pay said Taxes, with nil coats and interest. Surgeon Thi3 list will be published for four weoks and names will disappear from tho above HUSTONVILLE, No. 4. Colored. Dentist, list as soon as paid. Cost of advertising ?2. Remittances by mail promptly receipted L A a Jbi y I HUSTONVILLE, No. 4, WHITE. Do a Cash business with us this year and realize the the truth ,of the above statement. Alfonl, Jamos 15 acres 1 GO Special attention given to Prescriptions. A complete line of Drug 1 75 Austin, Sid town lot Bailey, Dan'10 acres gist's Sundries always on hand. 2 00 HOOKER, Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. Jlonday, Feb. 10, Court-Hous- A, AYERS, w. s. bxthoh:, Attornoy at Law, Orlcklaycr Kirst-Cla- Stonecutter, Stanford, Stanford, House Kentucky. Court SS Office on 1. sooner Street, oppotlta the Collections receive crytclsl attention. PRICE, DR.. VT. B. PENNTZ-- , T. D. NEWLAND, STANFORD No. 1, WHITE. ( Sheriff Lincoln Co. 2 75 2 00 18 SO I, r v Rr .OVERY, FEED & STABLE, :ff 1 r f M Cooper, Josh 2 acres Cmig, Flem 1 acre Givens', Anthony heirs town lot ... If yon need livery give ui a call. Nothing out first-claturnouts will leave our stable. Soe us Givens', Top heirs town lot Cat rates. In our '. Grigsby, Jim 8 acres Nail. Silas 4 acres, balance BLACKSMITH SHOP. ss Stanford, $ 1 Adams, Mn. Nancy 13 acres 2 Hoone, James CO acres, balance 43 50 1 O&rinley, John lot 2 00 Absolutely Puro.l 2 Ends,Thomns, 45 acres, balance 2 10 A cream of tarter baking pow-,de- Freytag.Alex lot in Rowland...... 3 3 GO 20 Highest of all in leavening Flowers, John W. 32 acres 7 00 2 strength. Latest United States Hale Jeff. 13 acres 8 00 4 Ungues, James lot in Rowland Government Food Report. 1 55 80 POWDER 00., Kelsling, Charles lot in Rowland.... 2 70 Mnsscy's, James heirs, 91 acres- . . 106 Wall Street, New 'York. 4 30 Moore, Georgo lot in Rowland 3 70 CRAB ORCHARD No. 2. Colored. 04 acres Martin, Thomas O'Keefe, Mike (X. R ) lot in Row80 Butcher, Amanda 4 acres land 1 05 J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, 4 00 Fish, Mosc town lot $50.. Fence. Elisha lot in Rowland i 70 - 1 20 Skidmore, Green 14 acres, baL 1 55 Humber, Siun'l 2 acres 13 45 Rates TWO DOLLARS For Dav. Wright,Jos.S 50acrcs 2 50 Lackey, Ligo 27 acrus .. 1 25 Lackey, Ben (N.R. 5 acros) Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large ukt Commodious Sample Roorac. 1 55 STANFORD NO. 1, COLORED. Pettus, James 2 acros Italia and office connected by Electric Dells. 1 70 Lrompt and polite service to guests. Sutton, Wm 4 acros 47 1 90 John 4 acros Tucker, M.S. Baughmih J. w. Hacghman. Ualhnger, Hannah house and lotm 2 35 A'andi veer, Georgo 3 acres, 1 20 . Stanford 1 55 Whitley, Mary town lot $200 80 Ball, Editl) 1 ncre 2 15 Beazloy, John 17 acres FROrXtBTOKS1 00 WAYNESBURG.NO. 3. WHITE. J5oonoWash town lot 1 55 SALE Butcher, Matilda town lot Carr. Anderson town lot. balance...' 4 25 3 05 E B. GOacre 2 15 Austin, Caldwell, Wm. town lot 7 35 Same for '93 and '9 i POWDER r. royal:baking Parker, George W. "acres Playforth. Henry OOacrcs Ragan,W.B.(N R) 80 acres 45 Rowland's, Alfred heirs 300 acres 29 from'Wto'94 '..... 00 Singleton. Ezra (N. R.) 12S acros... S5 Stuart, Alf P. 5 acres 15 Sweeney, Samuel 114 acres 50 Turner, John 245 acres 12 Waro.O.G. 97 acres 05 Watson. Cyrus 20acrcs 15 Young. Willrs (N. R ) CO acres Alcorn, G.W. 1 aero Anderson, Green town lot Anderson, Isaac 7 acres Bnldock, Adam lot Bright, John (N R)3acros Brown, Hawk lot Caldwoll, Eph 0 acres Carpenter, George 50 acres Capps. Marion 1 ncre Cloyd.John Jr. lncre Cloyd, Edith 10 acres 1 (teasStanford, Ky. UUUUIOE. 2 1 Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley Dentist, x Stanford, Opposite the : KyM Offic.oniUInSlr.it, Pct-Offi- ti l J W McOINNIS. J. W. COOK, 80 In charge paint shop. In charge trimming shop. 2 10 '. 1 65 2 50 THOMAS Y. SHAW, UANV1LLK, G. B. COOPER, ' ......rroprictortof..... 2.30 KV., j JLlvcry Vit,BJVU to l t)tta 75 uioyu.joe lhcre Givens, Adam 7 acres Given?, Allen 6 acres G;vens, John town lot Gooch, Henrj 13 ncre-- i 80 05 00 75 10 Builder and Dealer in All Kinds of Carriages. Repairing a Specialty. Work dice and warrant, cd to give satisfaction. All work done when promlied All accounts due whea work It de go livered. Your patronage solicited. and. Feed Stable STANFORD, KV. I Having bought of P W. Green hii Ltverv bus. tnesi and added new buggies and hors.s, we are lurm.a FIRST-CLAS- S T0RNOUTS BARKER HOUSE, Jarmau, But acre Jones, Gabe 2ncros 1 Somerset, Kentucky. Mastorson, Nelson 25 acre, balance, McCormack, Ben Sr. 1 acre, McHoborts, Harrison, J acre, Morton's, Georgo hoiis S aoros, Neal, Minorvn lacre, ... ... 5- M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- NoNon,Jim lacre Sandidge, Wolf lOaonos, Sandidge, George 2 acros, Singleton's, Bice heirs Tombs, Ira 2 aero, Trice, Mitchell 1 aero, Wolch, James 1 ncre. Wilkerson, Fred lncre, . - SPRING AND SUMMER. 05 Somethinir to Bnautifv " tho Ladies. 0 2 00 Dally openlning. New Hats, fteweri and laccil 3 30 We give toe assurance to the trade that th.y wil. in our l 00 findstyle of esubllthment the same cscluiivenesi n patterns, hata and bonnets and all the 1 55 leading novelties la Millinery (or wtu.h we are 2 10 known throughouta the countiy. 1 have secured OUR HUSTLING INS! RANCH MAN, n trimmer far the sea CO son. Thankine rou lor oast favors, we rtsntct- fully solicit your patronage heretofore so literally 75 bestowed. M U UUl'IICKAK' KATfc DUDDKRAK, Manager. 1 75 Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Muto. 1 90 al Life Insurance Co., of D.trult, Mich., can writ, you all the most favorable Inrur 210 I ance. He a.so rrpr.Mnts the old plans ol Central reliable lobscce Warehouse of Louisville, Ky , and will 100 of your patronage, "' n.": New goods of the latest strUs lust received. r.,fi1f1 'teady to coaler allhare favors that can lie W ill ! 1 75 the Call In and see the lart sorted line given by any warehouse Liberal cash advance, and best 1 75 ever brought to bunfnrd Prices as low ss tne 1 first-cla- traveling public ill find llllng to turniih 11. ...... .,.!... single or double, or Drum n...l Carrl ee of aifkmds at verr low I'KICKS. The boyi In and around town will also And is the pe. pieioaeai wiin. Mop with us wb.nln town at courts and entertainments and your horse and v.. mn wit. o. won carta lor o.n. COOPER Myers House Stable, Dianfotd, Ky s7 On thott notice The Ui always ready and M. W. JOHITSOIT, TO THE LADIES 1 1 55 lowest. Elegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. MISS LICCIK HKAZLLY, 50 Stanferd, Ky meats mad on consignments, both In the ware1 will house and country be at Ktanford srvery court day Parties wanting hevsheads, prises or rooncv snouiu address me al l'alnt Li.k. Kv. Prsnptalteotloa guaranteed. to Cm , - - Kentucky. diees WlUgatrantssflnt'Class work and Tiy our hor sheer. A. Jehu B. Castle man. ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS. Aseats throughout the South Haydeu, Timothy lacre Samefor'94 Hays.Wm. lot O. Lanhao Samefor94, balance Hays, Bony 16 acres Helm, Harrison 70 acres atisfactor Hill.Wyatt lacfo I insurance Company BARBEE &0ASTLEMAM Osmmorce Building, Louisville, Wm ' I I A. TEIBBLE, Local Affent, STANFORD, KY. '.ir you . ARKGOING...."" SiTORTKTHE WEST, or L'l LouitviiLc 4 Nashville r. r. Howard,.Thoraas 2 acres Kincaid. Ellen 41 acres Lackey, Tom 5 acres Lackey, Wm. town lot Logan Daniel lacre Logan, Samuel lot Same for '94 Logan, Mary 17 acres Samefor'94 Lynn, Timothy (N. R.) 1 acre. . . McA lister, Joseph town lot Montgomery, John 1 acre Patterson, Anne lot Roe, Bettie 10 acres 1 CO Rout, Samuel 1 acre 1 CO Rout, Dick 1 acre ,...' 1 05 Rqut, Caleb lacre 2 55 Sandidge, John lacre 1 00 Simpson, Elias 2 acres 2 55 Simnis, Tom 47 acres 1 75 Stewart, Silas J acres 1 50 Stewart, Lnrken lacre 1 55 Vinson, Frank lacre 50 Warren, Sid lacre 55 1 90 1 55 1 95 1 70 1 55 2 55 4 20 1 75 3 75 2 55 2 55 1 00 1 00 3 85 2 85 3 30 1 90 2 50 2 35 55 2 85 55 3 30 2 15 2 34 55 1 Bauch. Alfred 50 acres Same, 30 acres Baker, Mart '02, '93, '91 0 acres Bryant, M.O. 24 acres Bunch, Letcher 54 acros Carrier, O. R. 45 acres Childers, Jamos L. 1G acros Same for '92 and '94 Fay, Mary 50 acres NG 35 3 05 4 20 1 90 2 05 2 35 2 40 3 50 1 70 From a letter written by Rev. J Gundcrmao, of Dirooodale. Mich . we are Dermitted 10 make this extract ' I have no hetlntion in recommend. ing Dr. King s New Discovery, as the results F. D. RILiBY, Proprietor, were almost marvelous in the case of my wife. While I was paster of the ilaptlit church at kives - Junction she was b rout' lit down with pneumonia succeeding la grippe. Terrible paroilsmscfcoogn. for hours with little intermission intr would I have to betta and it srem.d as if the. c.uld not survive them. A prepared movsdevermy new Hotel and am public-iJooto accommodate than the friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery, Livery attached, and every convenience deIt was quick in llstvork and highly satisfactory In sired. Give me a call. results1' Trial bottles free at W. II McKobcrta' yy FRANK RILEY, Drug Stoic Regular site 30c and $1. Marvelous Hosulta. THE RILEY HOUSE THE FAVORITE MILLS, AT McKlNNKY, KY., Have just been overhauled and repaired froa. bet torn to top br the famous Richmond City Mil Works, of Richmond, Ind , and with capacity now Increased, are doing more and better work than ever before, and with the old reliable D. V. Kennedy as head miller, you are sure of rood lour and fair treatment, fie sure and bring ui your grinding and wb.n buying call for our old and w.tl fstablished brand.. Favorite Patent. La dies' Favorite and Rakers' Choic. HATES A SON, Successor to K. L. Tannsrft Favorite Milling Ca. DON'T FORGET THAT lt London. Kentucky. ' Is the hae for you, as its JDoublc Dally Trains Make'cloie connections at SiOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. CRAB ORCHARD, No. 2, WHITE Abt, Casper 1894, lOOacres $ 4 70 3 70 SO VHROUOH TICKETS SOLD. 11AGGAGK CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOES. RICE. Arent, Stanford, Ky Adams, Wm.T.llG acres Adams, Sarah 7 acres Same for 1894 4dams, David (N.R) 350 acres ly. Midland R'y, Only Diiect Liue Between SjmoforlS94 ..... 10 2 35 4 25 1 Atchison & Johnson, 100 acres 3 10 1 Cincinnati and Frankfort and quickest between Shorten. acres ran by Central Standard Time. Easton, John 300 acres.. ........ Tinie Tabli Nov. 3, 1895. Farris.J.B, 300 acres No. 1. No. 3. No. 7, IKAINS EAST. Griflln, Samuel (N.R )3G acres a. m. p. in. p. en. 6 55 A Griffin. Charles 50 acres . .,. 4 5 100 Cv Frankfort 418 7 c8 110 " Elkfcorn Griflin, Wm., 150 acres Stamping Uround 7 37 148 447 3 15 OeoriretanB.M 7 45 3 oj Griffin, Frank, 25 acres 7 5" Arr..O. S. Depot 59 Haggard, Pollard A. 5G acres .iC...... 830 Paris 400 54s Same for 92 and 03 No.s. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. TRAINS WEST. p. m. Haggard, Bud 50 acres a.m. p.m. a.m. C ... 05 TLto Paris 6 37 - C. 8. Depot -- ....109 07 6 00 4 40 Hamm, Johnson D. 200 acres 6 40 6 40 Georgetown U 10 10 5 35 " Samefor'02, '03and'04- 10 7 7 'I Sump's Gro'd to s3 67 3S5 4$ Klkbom..... 11 00 Hamilton, J. F. 75 acres 13 .tvr Frankfort A... 730 Hilton, T J., 24 acres SUNDAY TRAINS. HiIdebraudt,H.39acres Utxtt Georgetown to 10 a. m; arrive Frankfort Haggard, Mary A. '02, '03, '04, '05... m. V100&. Leava Frankfort Hop. m. arrive Georgetown Jasper, John 57 acres m. H 17 p. Kentucky Midland Railway and coanec Kruger.Fred (N.R.) 2 acres The elm form tho shortest and encapest route loan Loon, Albert 70 acres nranta 8outtt. Kut. North and WwL bU. ,' Minks, Wm. 177 acres For r...il.a inferraation appW tq, their Oaks', Jermlma heirs 108 acres D.irARtER, Recr & Gea.Sup iZ "jgfesr Friakfort Ky Same for '03 and '0 1, 103 acres-.- ,. " T wassssssssBs' 14 1 Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysvlllo, Oynthiana, Falmouth and Covington. Dollins,Wra.J. Aik for tickets 'via Kentucky Midland. Trains Bowers', Chris estato 1G0 acres ... Beck, Wm 113acrcs ........ Bell, James Matt lOacres ............. Blankenship,T.S. CO acres .. ......... Crou tcher, Jumcs 2 acres 00 00 2 10 2 40 1 55 2 45 3 05 4 85 GO ' ,.- I" 00. 75 2 00 1 65 00 1 50 55 1 80 10 00 8 65 1 55 1 55 1 90 2 65 2 35 2 85 4 35 1 55 3 60 1 SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL, BANK OF STANFORD, Now cloning up) with the samt asseu and uadst the same management. Uy provisions of In cnaiicr, depositors art as fully protected aa aie depositors In National Uanks, IU shareholders being held Individual! Itaole to the estcnlof the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, la addition la the : amount invested in such shsres. It may act as eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully u an individual. STANFORD, KY. To those who entrusted their bulslness to us rnnagiDg me Lincoln National lUnkol WILLIAM SIIKLTON, President. Stanford, we we here lender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their buunest MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLLY, Lady Principal. with us, offering as a guaranle. for prompt attention to same, our twtnly years' experience ia Miss Emma L. Martin, I'tildlcg Teacher in tho banking and as liberal accommodations as aro SiudrHall; with sound banking. Miss Mary Cowen, Prindpsl oi the Musk DeDtHSCTOHs: partment; J J. Williams, Mt, Vernon; Miss Mary P. Harris. Principal of the Depart . H. Shanks, Stanford; meats ol Art and Llocuticn. J.S.Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Etnbry, Stanford; Session will Begin WednesJ, 1) Owsley, Sunlord; day, 22. Innir dlsesses such as colds, croup and whooping J. F Cash, Stanford; (50 cough, and is lamous for Its cures There Is no Padgett, W. G 40 acros, bulancc William Gooch, SUnlord; danger in giving it to children lor It contains terms, &c, send for Circular or call at the Petrey, Anne 150 acres 75 nothiag Injurious. A. W. Carp.nter, MiUedgevUIs, College. For sale by Craig .V Hocker, Stanford, Ky. W.'H. Cummins, Preachers I He 95 Prewitt, Samuel 32 acres S. H. Shaks,'PrjsIdent, 1 85 Samofor'fJ4, balanco growing more and more In the habit Peoplnare OsrsJey,Cashler, 2 55 of looking to Craig Hocker for the latest nnd Recnrd,B J. 53 acres W. M. llrlght, Teller. best of everything iu the drug line. They OF HUSTONVILLE, ,. 1 72 sell Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, famous lor Hi Rowland, Alfred 4 acres carry a oi genuine Oliver Chilled 2 52 cures of tad colds, croup and wnooplng cough.y Will Silverfull line Plows and repairs for the Simnib, V. P. 47 acres Steel When In need of such a medicine give this lem-ed- Plows, Gale and other leading farming implements. The COacrwj 1 80 Simms, John D. a trial aid you will be more than pleated with Walter A. Wood Mower and Reaper Machines, tbc resnlt. 1 75 Same for'01 Cultivators of the best nuality. best liuggie- - (or For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. the rnoocy, Phaetons, Surreys and Carnages of OF STANFORD, KY. 1 00 Simms, Henley 25 acres. the richest qualities and fanciest and latest styles. light 2 87 John Smith, of Kuahville, Indiana, The bsst grade ofCollsrs,buggy harness and tho Skidmore, James S. 52ncres tT. cheapefgrades. hames, bridlos for farm 1 55 dreamed that a rich relative had. left him rurpa.es, breeching and s'rap work of all kind Skidmore, Daniel 5 ncres travFurniture of all Sniith,'O.A. SOacres, 2 10 $1,000. WJien he awoke and found it eling telescopes, descriptions. Trunks, bags, stove horse blankets, buggy rugs, and stevs fixtures. (Tec, all of which he incites '94 a dream he blew hla brains out. 3 00 only Trauler. Mitchell 200 acres, Attention of the public is invited to the far your attention and inspection and promise to deal that this Is the only Rank StanforJ j istly and act honorably with you In al transac- Under the provisions National National in Dank of the tions. Thanking my many customers for their are secured not only by the capital THE RLUR-- r. ASS HKRD OK patronage In the past year, I solicit a liberal stock, but bv the stockholders' liability lot an and wish them all a happy new year. amount equal to the stock, so that D. S. CARPKNTKR. Sotf this lnstituuon are secured by a fund ofIiS.000 HuslonvlUe, Ky. five sworn statements of theconditlon of are made each yearto the United States liebaah government and Its assets are examined at stated tiraas R. H. : by government agents, thus securing addltltoaa and perfect safety to depositors. Grab Orchard, - This Institution, originally established at the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1858, then ised a. the National Hank ol Stanford in reKrraV gain Pigs for sale from the best types cf Registered KENTUCKY. SUnlord In ,S8a, ha. had practically0.,? ualnU?!' Correspondence Solicit Stock. Breeders secured from tne beat herds In several different States. rupted existence of ts years. It Is Offers hisservic.s o ititt people ol West Lin Uc,l11,tJ' for transacting business prompt ruu stock of Cofflns r7 coin and Casey Counties, liberally ever bsforein its lousr and and Caskets always on hand. honorable career. Accounts of D. B. Carpenter, Manager. 95 firms and Individual, r.spectfuS, 'soliS- - "7 05 2 G5 Gooch, N.II GO acres 1 80 Griffeth, James 20 acres 2 10 Griffin, W G. 61 acres Electric Blttora. 1 80 Griflln, S. Gacres Electric Hitlers is a medicine suited for any 85 season, but perhaps more generally needed in the Greybeal, Mary A , balance.... Spring, when the languid, exhaua'rU ft etiag pre13 13 vails, when the liver is torpid and sluggish a d Gunn,W.A. 1,700 acres 1 00 the need of a tonic and alterative It felt A prompt Harris, W. II. 40 acres, balance use 01 this medicine has olten averted long and Harris, Geo. W. 5 acres, '92, '93, '9 1.. 1 65 perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine v act more tirly in counteracting and freeing the 1 51 svstem from the malarial poison. Headache, inHarris, John Smith 3 acres constipation, dlnnrss yield to Elecirie 7 85 digestion, Only Same for '91, '92, '03, '941. bitters. 32c per bottle at w, I). Mcnoberts 1 50 drug store. Harris, Jack Ciaig 25acre,bal 70 Same for '94, balance Thirty-nin- e years ago a lad named 1 54 Hicks, David 4 acres ...x Edwards, aged about IS, one morning 2 50 Btarted from his home in Fleming court Jacobs, Hugh 50 acres 1 55 Jenkins, Joe 5 acres ty, to go fishing in Licking river. Noth 23 40 ing waa ever heard of him from that day Johnson, I. N.(N R.)517acro-i- . 2 85 until last week, when lie tcturned home Kenchose, Wm SO acros 2 25 Long,Jnmes 40ncrc- without any flsb. -- Winchester Dom-ocra- t. 2 30 Martin, W.O. 02 acros m 1 00 McWilliams, Mary 1 acre h The little daughter ol Mr. Fred 2 70 land, Mats , had a very bad cold Miller, L. E. (N. R ) CO acres lie had not 4 05 gae mm a been able to cure with any thing. 1 MullinSjSam 87 acros, '00and'95... j cent tiottie 01 cnamberlam s Uougn 2 10 Remedy, says W P Holden, merchant and postPadgett, Zack.Jr. 2acres master at West Ilrtmfield,and the next time I 4 75 saw rim he said It woraed like a I charm. This Same for'04 , 05 remedy it intended especially for acute throat and I'ndgett, Delilah J. 128ncro6 Hnl-llc1 Fiinchpaugh.J.F. lOOacres Fox.O.A. 180 acres - 3 05 The best aalve in the world for cuts, bruhtst sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. cures It is it positivelyto give piles, or no pay repuired. money luaranteed perfect satisfaction or refunded. Price 15 cents per boa. For sal. by W. U. McRoberts, druggist. Buclcltn'a Arnica Salve. Splendid Farm For Sale Or Exchange tains Onpik)two mdet East oi llmtonville. Con Farmers Bank&Trnst Co Or STANFORD, KY., Is now fully organised and ready for business with 140 Acres of Fine Land, m Well Improved and In an eicellent neighborhood Land lies well. Will eschance for a smaller or cheaper place in this or any good county in the ntatoor would take a clean stock of groceries and I hardware In part navment In some live town, or will sell for part casn, balance in five years' time V, IUU(W II UCIIXVUl For further particulars call on or address. K. D. KKNNKDY. Hustoavllle, Ky. t J im Paid up Capital of 8urplus, . - - $200,000. 20,000, STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE. "" cos-inte- nt Next January Ir i D. S. OARPE1TTEH, Or.J.a FIRST NATIONAL BANK 8100,000 Capital Stock Surplus...... 23,700 Duroc Jersey Red Swine Bronaugh, Pror, Kentucky J. : T. StTTTOlT, UNDERTAKER, LVw5Bgj!vBy?lB5g fl.6.-R0PLEY- ,- HUSTONVILLE, ?-- tft mmkmt$iMA FALL K .). .. CALL ON... . F. G. BRADY, STANFORD, KY., Pocket Kev Checks by Mall for only u Cents For baggage and Key Checks, Metal Cnecki of all kinds, Uadges, Dog License Checks, Key Kings, Chains, Ac. Stamping on Metal and gen eral repairing. Shop over M. D. Eimoio'a store, So Stanford, Ky. I will take all the hides I can gel for cash or In trade tor leather on court days at SUnlord or at ray hose la OUen Ennslin, Tanner, n.lm. Chas. Directory of this Dank is composed ol Forestua Ileid, Lincoln county; S.T. Harris, Lincoln; J. H. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. Haydsn, Stanford; S. H. Baughman Ji Lincoln; J. S. Ilocktr, Stanford; W.A.Trlbble.Staarord; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner, McKinueyj McRoberts, Cashlerf A A. Mc Kinney, A 1 if. Cashier lia AND ttS . Ii Kot iTinf Hii : WINTER GOODS. XIIUJLO. rjrrvf-i- Q Goods Warranted and a Ferfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. Jnj. J. a. ' : T ..'r,l