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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896120101 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-WeeklVOL. XXV. ciruncir cmmks. y Interior Journal, STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY. DECEMBER j,i tjumonial ma tteiis. , prr-ceeded 1.-189- NO. 78 u R'et). Thn groom and his best man, Hon. I T. A frA Qfr n ninii) r nn r.,.... Tiilrtr-ii- x Dr. K 0. Guurrniit lias jtmt lusueil a coupim in r.'iiifHvilln ctl- - Harvey Helm, of Stanford, entered Gov Bradley whh hern on Friday by the bride leaning on tho arm ebrntMl TlifttiUs,:Ivfntr ty fitting married. bo iV, entitled " Tin Soul Winner." and Saturday attending to foiiih casei in -- Kv. It. H. Mfthony will prated Bt At lMtf)lnirKl). .Intuit Stover of the pretty maid of honor, Mits Mary circuit court. PrenchcrHville Salurduy and Suuiiny nt 'w.ts killed by his rivl, W.ii. Uupean Ha'l, Die bride and grontn standing beMr. Franklin OsvsUy, at who a few momenta Jator committed ui- - neath a cauopy of smilax and chriHan-tiiomum- i, tho iiRiinl hours. Stanford, has bought a farm of 200 acne, surrounded by the many near Kid. It. Lloyd, of Nashville, who lil Brynuisviile, this county, at f40 per John W. Fox, th linrHPfimn, and friends, made a picture of great beauty. hold n meeting here Inst Bummer, haa at acre cepted a call to tho Uroidwity Christian Mloe Km, dnushter of Murk Phelps, of Trie bride is the eldest duugQter of Mr. -J- epo Mundy will bo tried before j Madison, wore married church, Louluvilln nt Klolmioml last nnd Mrs. J. 0. Pickett, poisesees many Jndgo Burnside y on the rhnrn cf lovely trtiiti of character and will be ead- - Btealing Tho sixth week of thn Methodist week. two pistols from Msc Pettv'e re-p- ir J. O. Hale, ned 1", nnd Mim Polly ly m if nod by her friends who are legion meetiiiK at ilarrodNhurt! ban cloood and shop. it still continues. Over 10J converioo j Heiitly, IS, both Ifvintr ar Snrunnt, this iu old Mason. The huehAiid of her Thn foot had gnme bptwpen Lancas, j State, cilehratod and BAuctiflcfttlonn are reported. TtiHiikvlvim ly mar- - chHce is highly esteemed for pernonal ter and Contro Colli ge teainn w.B postDr. W. T. BolIinK, Piutor of the tin ryinir. allltbilily and fi.ie business atttinmentp. poned until mxtS-tmrdaon arrount of In 15 minutes aftr she hvl secured i'lio bride wore a magoidcent gown of Street Methodist cliurch In tbe inelemor.t wnnther lapt Saturday. has been transferred to Colutuhia, Ml"' her divorce. M.H Jennie Willev, of white brocaded eatiu, the plain high Beta are even on the result. His place will be flded bjf Dr. Oharlai F. Fransilin, In.l., b.cuiM Mra. Fran corssge trimmed with mouisolln d sole Your correspoudent rode with Mr. Blautimship, KvauB, now at Ohatlanooxa, and point lace. A tlltny veil of tulle Walk-rove- r a farm belonging to V -- Pretty Mios Susie McKeo Duncan, added to her grace and beauty. She cr-ri-j- d T. B. Kev. It.' B. Mahonv tolls m: Hudson & Walker. A tenant ban raised a bouquet of Bride rosea and siuilax. have just closed a splendid meetiuii at coiiBinof the Misses Warren, of this 8,001 pounls ot fins tobacco on four London. Dr. Weaver, of Louiavd e. did place, wnamarrhd on the 2.h at her Miss Hall was charmingly attued in acres of the fertjle soil and is preparing reI homnln LonUvilloto Mr. P. R Rigerr. wiiito organdy and carried Li Franco it for the preaching. Eleven additions market. Fifteen minutes after her divorce roses. After the ceremony an informal ceived a unanltmtn cll for another Tho case of Turner against Nave for was granted at Franklin, Ind Mrs. Jen-nl- e recoplion was hold and a royal wedding yiar. 110,000 damages on account of an accusaWyllo ogain took upon hereolf the feaat as eorved. Tho dining noui was Kev. J. N. Hall, Arid editor of the tion of fale swearing, resulted in a verWestern Recorder, has resigned to bo marriage vows, but with another man. gorgeously decorated in pink t;nd white dict of $250 for plaintiff on Saturday, afcome editorial manscer of the American 8he is now Mrs. Blankonship. chrysanthemums. T.o uniie'd table was ter two days bearing in the circuit court. An American ulrl who married a arranged under a canopy of white ribBaptist Flag. Bro. liall was o fruo Unco amusement Belgian count, tired of the oxprimont bons and Buiilax, the center of tho table A number of witnesses were sworn and nnd furnished about all the will be considerable. nnd eloped with a Hungarian 11 Idler. It banked with chrysanthemums, ferns and cot the Recorder's readers not. Tne entertainment given at the Tho Record says that Rsv. W. P. would have been money in her pocket pink shaded ctudles, added to the artis- court-hour- o on last Thursday night for Nefsan, late pastor of the Presbyterian hadahe tBken the Q Idler in the first tic ellect. The presents were exceptionthe purpose of aiding the ladies of the ally I'HUitiful aud numerous. church at Lnucaaler, has by a vote of tho pliro. Methodist churcn in purchasing scats for Presbytery in Iowa, been finally dpo-e- d Mr. John B Camenlsch, a prosperStanford society people will warmiy the lecture room was well attended nnd Brer Nelson ous young farmer of the McKlnnoy sec- welcome the beautiful bride and with from tho ministry. yie'd d about J 10. Everybody wns piers-eseems to be an all around bad upg. tion, was married Saturday night to Miss her nnd tho mau of lier choice all the and good was done for the best of meeting nt Bertha, thn pretty daughter of Mr. John joys that happy weddd life can briug. Rev. A. V. caueeH. K rksvllle closed with 10 additions VonGrnningau. Rev. Stechow, of Judge Saufl-- y haa extended Ibe SOMEWHAT LOCAL, performed tho ceremony, after Thursday nlgVt. Tho church there now present term of ids court to try come has a membership of nearly :K0, some which naplei.tlid suppor wns eujoyeJ. 'Mrs. Lula Neilil bewail the Mercer casee, which could not be heard during 60 of whom have been added to it by In Winchester, Wednesday night, county local option tight yesterday. tho two weeke time allotted. He hnd a tho labora of Rov. Slsemore, who hold n Dr. G. G. Perrr, of Madison, and MbB -- Pinkerton detectives are coming to vacation, but preferred to bo nt work. iiieelint: there last fall also. Maguie Igo, of Winchester, were marri- Kentucky to epot the toll gite raider?. Tho grand jury roturned hut fow indictRev, W. P. Vaiuht, a Methodist ed. The wedding Scott Parted, who escaped from tho ments. Tue morals of our county are notice in the Richdied smMenlv mond KogiMer wns mltilster 71 yearsof Frankfort pen a year go, was reiap-tti'e- d good or else the law can not bo enforced, headed, "Porry-Igo.- " He That's all right, of of heart disease at liarrodsbur; in Whitley county. course. When he for we ba 1 n splendid grand jury. i h his wife nnd wnHSittiukt in the room William Bryant, Breathitt county's asked her to follow him to the altar, tho J. I. Hami ton, who killed the colorMr VanArsdall when ho fell forward reply must have been, Perry, Igo." But defaulting siiontr, was brougnt Utci to ed man, Knox, iu September, a full acfrom his chair and explreil without nt. wcit awhile until early flr- -s the btntd from Men.i, Ark. u, in the count of which was given in this He was the fattier i,f terliiK a word. Merctir oounty jioi.e ask all gocd building and llrewood needs was indicted for minslauguter, and lttv.J.U. A. VatiKlit. cutting and thn pi?! word mv change people lo pray for tiie euccttad of their is beln tried y (Monday). An acIn hiiHeriiion in Niw Y uk SMn-ilto'Peiry Uo'" -- Cyuthinns Democrat. local tipliou cjntest Dt?cJHh. quittal is surf to rseult, as the killing was l "I won 1ih to Mr. MooJvsaid; Kee-hac- k 10 year -- Anot from Mr. iloin by f Liuii'tou, in his necessary .len Ligan in- ney. riiHCasey, old am of W. P.u have a man iixu William Jeuninci Bryan forms u wns run over by of that ho and Mtai Jrfisto Agnes every diy iu Tiinlty cluiicn. nad probbly fatallir manhud. The following dippitoh was received Bt Ha'i.of Ivinsta Oily, were Brau is a uood Uhrltlii mid 1 vunl the residence of her parents atmarried at MilddleshoroCol Compauy hta 3 i m. yesterday: Hamilton ncquittod. 0.30 Nor. rati er see him prchinis iu a endroti 21 nnd th it they left immediately for closed a contract for bupplyiug to Geor- Jury out tour minutes. than prehldini: at the While Hoogc. Ho New Orleans where -- Oapt. T. W. Olds, aged 74 yenre, died and in other pirte of gia dealers 30,000 to lib of coal. would do more, goo I pitMcnlng O'irlat tho South I'lio JeHsamine County Hunting at the noma of Iii-- j tiny will spjnd"a month of John E. than lis'ru In ihsprei lential chir " their honeymoon. Mr. Logan, who is a Club killed 20 deer, CO wild turkeys aud Stnmee, on Friday, of heart disease. Ho Henry M. Miller, who, tho Her Rev. son of Dr. and Mrs. P. W. Logan, of this one catamount in Poinsetta county, Ark. was buried in Lancaster Cemetery on aid B.MH, Ins done moro for the moral county, has Iu obedience lo his dying wish no Saturday. Funeral services by Eld. Geo. been connected with the uplifting of Miildtesboio tlun nny other Metropolitan Bank of Kansas City for sermon was preached, prayer uttered or W. Gowen He was a prominent man in in, has had his in'ary as pistor of tho Borne time and has by his aptness hymn tuug at the funeral of ' Uncle Bill" and had many friends, having moved and Preshyterian cliurtMi increased from $700 accuracy Crait, tho Letcher county centenarian. from JoBeamino county to this place a made himsdf with toil, 408. He had a c.ll fratn Hender- thn management. IU Isvery solidworthy Uapt. J. C. Bryant, of Ashland, and nuaiber of years ago. His wife, a mint who had son at Jl.'-'O- O a year and his condonation young man a nalio of Lincoln county, is an applibeen an invalid for years, died les thon and his friends will bs started out to ratsa that amount and got cant for U. S. marshal of Kentucky. He a year previous to his summons. ti know fSjSimrtt. Mr. Miller has some ouemies mot charming that he Imb married n was a domocratjtill Gov. Bradley conR.A.Noel, a republicin, who hns nnd lorable little wo-m- n. in his membership, who have tried to verted him. been a justtce of tho peace in Buckeye James Wilcher, while hauling loga precinct for a number of down him, but he has triumphed over years, was Hockcii Kktciiam. When Mr.Jewo at short's mill, Oaaey county, fell under them all and shorjed hinmalf more solid Shy Hocker left 1 this term, for giving a man named hare last week Haying ho the wagon, and his leg) was crushed so Riyadrinkof whisky on with his church than ever. was going to Kansis City to nttend the election day. hauly that amputation had to be resort- He was pardoned on the 2lat, the reason Ribbltsaud pirtrlrigea marriage of his nephew, Allen I.ojan, ho ed to to save his life. Mt Xknia. being endorsed on Ibe pardon that he no hint that he would take to him-ee- lf Word from Garrard says that Mrs. gave had a hard time of it around here kvh Riy whisky because ho was aick. It n wife before his return. So whin Thanksgiving day, as not only tho Nannie Lutz, who eloped to Cincinna i ueweofhis intentions was received by with Closes Masters last week, has re- Ib said that Ray stated before the grand but the ladies went hunting and jury that Noel did toot give him nny this o(Il:9 Thursday it created a geneinl pented nf her folly and is now living what a time we all had! Game stands whisky and that the indictment wes surprise, fjr hi hal kept his own counwith her legal spouse. but little showing when it tries to "giH found on the tesMmony of a man who sel with iinmua' secrecy. 3j Ho arrived up nnd git'' beloto MlM Pearl White nnd Murcer couuty offiens arrested Hti-ve- y saw him do bo. The occurrence has caushome Sunday with his bride, who w8 Stugletou in Jessamine, who is wantseveral othor young ladies around here, ed considerable comment and it is bo Miss Pearl Ketcham, n sister of hia ey beat ed for murder at Iudianapo'is and his for they are dead shotH-thlieved that if a demncu had been ifo nnd aleo n sister of Mrs. brother Ntgro friends attempted to rercue him, the boyfl shooting nil to pieces ami they It it. Lngin, his for the eamo oifHnso he would not mpho'd wife, and Is but tho olliceis outran them. tton't wear bloomers either. From tho now happily have been pinioned. euecmcad in his pleimnt of Mr. Jim Kd pinhole of tho wind-mi- ll Raymond Divis wms waylaid and homo on Somoraet Avenue. Thn mnrrl-ng- e on lUwklns Branch ono can see aliot at in JeEsamino Thursday night. Bruce MOJiE NEWS NOTES. otvnrred in Kim it C;ty Thnnfcfl.dv Hishorao was killed and ho slightly tho residences of Win. Simpson, John lug morning and the ceremony wns perA bou of Mayor Oarev, wounded. One Parker is said to hao Rinoy, K'der Joseph Bllou, Oharley Bro?., Gentry Bros , formed by an Eplncnpil minister, of done tbe shooting and that n woman is of Upper Sandusky, lost his mind while Withers, Kubnnka whoe ehurch the bride is a member. brooding over Bryan's defeat and Col. Tnderwood, Jofm Orutchfleld, Geo. Immsllitely nfiorwirds Mr. end Mre. nt tho bottom of it. O. Givens, W.L. Diwson, Mrs. Crutch Stephen Laugford, of Madison, made has since died. Hocker left for Stan'ord, atopning a day KnigbtB of Libor of New York city ills favorite nephew, William Langford, field, John B. Foster, Harry Englenun, have positioned tho mayor and grand ju John Bright, Mr. each at St. Louis on Louisville. Tho feel mighty thaukful Thursday, He Billy Underwood, Rid bride, who h.13 frequently visited her Russell, J. H. McAliator, James Givhis, him with a deed to 1,700 acres of ry commissioners urging that more sister hre, is a lovely young woman, working men should ba placed on grand Hugh Raid, Hubble Christian l)r winning of mannoro nnd vivacious of land aud a check for $3,000. Tho total janes church, LRiicastor, most of it, including temperament, of tho gift is $50,000. value and thoso who know her At Austin, Tex,, Miss Annie Blook-- er Tho football game between the Con-t- ie John Farm's resldencs, J. W. Miller's bostHiy ttut the fortunito groom has died suddenly while in a bath lub distillery, Sheriff Robinson's residence, College aud University of Cincinnati won a real jjwal for a life partner. Tho teams, Thanksgiving day, was a tie, 12 to Her sister Mary became frenzlod with and with a spy glass tho moat of creation groom is preaideut of the First National grief and burst n blood vessol, killing observed. can be Bank of Stanford and is a man of much 12 Tho Advocate aaye: "Too much her almost instantly. moral, social and pecuniary worth. Wo conildeuce, too much umpire, probably Tiie New York Journal is fitting up too mush turkey, nnd just a little too Theso midnight raiders ore depreciat- heartily congratulate him upon the step the fastest of atenm yachts, the Vainoose, property. ing tho value of their ho has takeu and trust that both may be much science (ou tho other side) k?pt and will run it between Cuba and Key Oentrefrotn winning." They aro proclaiming to the country that alwayo as happy as now, when love Went Fia.feo as to get tho latest none the law is a farce in central Kentucky. reigns supreme nod joy soems com from the bleeding Island. McKINXUY. warning Investors and imml-graulThey aro plete. Thurmond Rutherford, of Vigo, O , to go West, or South, or to avoid Joe Williams and Frank Green havo Mr. William A. Tribble and his lovedrank 15 bottles of cssenca of pepper paBilons Kentucky. They aro stirring ly brido arrived Sunday night ond have bought the livery of Arthur Estes at thia mint and diod from the effects. He had place. which will demand othor victims than !., well-know- n WE TOLD Y1 SO. We told you that cold weather was sure to come. those who did not buy early we have prepared. store is full of Winter Goods, suck as For Our J VI HA I to-dn- u-- Overcoats, Boots, Siloes, Rud-dbi- s, BlariKets, Comforts, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Flannels, Canton Flannels, Cloaks and Capes at Astonishingly Low Prices Notwithstanding the recent advances. Fine Lot of ! We are offering a At Reduced lf i CLOAKS Prices. A DID any questions. Buy your Shoes now. Don't ask A hint to the wise is sufficient. CAFES : SEVERANCE & SON. A d ! Slx-mor- e's n S1VML BF ID E FITTEST. -- ri, Being overstocked in the following lines and crowded for room I have decided to win-terne- col-um- to-da- nr Close Out For 30 Days For Spot Cash, A beautiful stock of Silverware, Clocks, Watches, Bric-A-Bra- tolf-defen- prt-m.i- i Cut 1 Glass and Chinaware, Jardiniers, Decorated Chamber Sets, Lamps, Picture Frames, Bibles, i l; I non-in-Ia- Jewelry And Groceries. In endless variety. Much care has ben devoted to the selection of these lines. Untnatch.ibh' :t !e a.t l Unapptodchable Prices will move them quickly. At ard hclow Cost from new on. ed Fo . . Dealer in Drugs, Fancy Groceries and Notions, B T WXB W JJMi, COLD Hustonville, Ky. m to !.! Wl "M fc;i ti CURES. sell- a en o Ct' gen-tleme- n, o 1 1 The newest and most popular articles are the quick ers. " .3 i!V 1 w fl : cn SST ed 3 ,'. t ",'i Fragrant Cream. CHAPPED HANDS made new. COLD CREAM Cold Vaseline. Try our healing Hand Lotion. value at Other Cold Cures of a V - !OU. 1 H..-V- W. B. MoH.OBEK.TS. Isli2i,ltl",""!!l"?" - - - !ISiiIr - I:OXXtIlI - ' - - .jlLlVl Ni. 1 prc-simt- ed if ft CRSSS & HOCKER, DEALERS 'IN J X" ir $ -- rugs, SKsm-lcals- , Oils, Pairuis, J fx- - c Painters' Supplies aud Druggists' Sundries. ou t It &i Pays to Daal with a Cash Mous8. Give us a call and be convinced. V -- B owners of turnpikes Men who would otoal a turnpiko will after awhilo steal a horae. Mon who a will burn a tomato will in timo burn of tollgdtis barn. Men who kill keepers will oxtoud, muBioxtenl their authority, and strive to intimidate juries, judges and govonora. Notblug in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky has ben moro disgraceful, of the more inexcusable than theso raids they should so modern Kuklux. That long go unchecked Is a Btlgma on tho State. Lawlessness must be suppressed and lawbreakers punished, it matters nothow . high they atand. -- Louisville Post. takon rooms at the Myen House, where tho7 are tho recipients of warm congratulations Tho Mrvavillo Bullitin describes thoir marnaao on Thanksgiving as follows: ThowedJingof Miss Sudie LsoPickott and Mr. William A. Tribble was an exceptionally beautiful nuMr Thocoremony was performed in the preneucD'of alargi concourse of friends and relatives of tho contracting parties. Rov. W. W. Hall, assisted by Rov. W. D. Rtco, the latter of Augusta, officiating The spacious homo was efloctlvely decorated iu chrjsanthomuuia, miBtletoa ami holly. Promptly at 7 o'clock to the familiar straina of Mendlossohn's g march beautifully rendered by Miss Judith R. Carpenter, of Paris, tho two ribbon bearers, Margaret Ba. among military officers fairy-lik- e ..It is rumored on the Gulf and Atlantic con and Ellon Osborne, uged five years stationed heav-U- v entered, formiug an aielo for the bridaf coasts that Pensacoln, Fla., is to be proceaiion, followed by Revs. Hall and possible fortified as rapidly as wed-din- The thenting nt tho Baptist church rinsed eovetHl days ago. Rav. Geo. V. Ferryman, who conducted it, proved himself a preacher of worth and ability. It has been long since our paoplo listened to mien abiu presentations.'.of gospel Vloses Tanner, who his been sojourning in Tuxas for bouio time, hae returned borne. Miss Lydia Lewie, of Danvihe, spent Thanksgiving with the homefolks. Mack Williams, a former operator at this place, waq hero last wook. Miss Sallie Montgomery, of Caldwell College, Danville, who was visiting her nucle, Dr.G. Moore, last week, returned to bebool Friday. Mesdamea Penn Prew-it- t' and Bn McCarmick, of Somerset, were visiting their Bister, Mrs. Arthur Eates, last week. Miss Victoria Bibb has been visiting Mim Glenn; Bibb in tbe country for several days. truths. been drunk the day before and could get no whisky to tiper off on. While drunk Bill Adkins attempted to stab bin son. He missed him, how ever, nnd the knife penetratod the nock of a neiglibor'B daughter who was present, fatally injuring her. Peter Shaffer, of Frederick county, Md , left most of his fortune of f 150,000 to James Wesley Doraey, colored, who once belonged to him. It is said that the colored man several yenrj ago saved Mr. Shniler'a life. The annual report of the treasurer of the United States, shows tbe net ordinary revenue of the government during the fiscal year ended June 30, 189(3, to have been 1320,700,200 aud the expenditures $332,179,440, leaving a doQciency for the year of $25,203,240, or $17,601,977 less than during the preceoding fiecal year. f KT7mJ K2rA'A:V)SrA-T!r Doors, Sash and Blinds, Me al Rcofirg - ?f M-r- le- tP - z- -- ShiDgle3, Etc. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. THE STlTFOB,D u IQMjH COL.TWSGEI, French, KnglUh tho famous lllue of Gra ....,nn. if ontnrWr: diiliniui'hed fjr healtilu!neM ofclimite. beauty will icjnsrir. refinrnmi I your daujhteri opeos September 7. Heforo deci Jinj where you teo of saciclv. Kail So6lon -next ytart do sure a vtiiib ui uui aiow vvi-ijSAUFIjBY, LaJy Principal, Stanford. Ky. MRS NANNIES atf v.-i VILL1AM SHELTON, Prasldont. AlUpo:(Hit. rhiraujh couneila Litm, Great, St uJcnttuj. Tachr7 hcnutlct, Natural anJ .Moral Soenioa, Mutlc, Art and Kto:utloa. jituitsd la 1 'J. iiiiWiwiwTi"' 'j"" : "".' ; afw w4ii"i" ""Lr'"L"r '"Al'W ly'Vt'wV" W'?'""J" "wu,;pi .i p..m JI'Ml'ig H.JH If JT'gJ'lV U'J IJ i!yMWm T J, " " " ' "I i , 111,1 mi tui'i ur- n- PfM'i Jl-HEEK- INTERIOR JOlfiMl A dispatch from Louisville, which Thk coldest November weather on recand evidently la a lie, says that Dr. Hunter ord has prevailed In the North-west Stanford. Kv., Dec. i, 1896 W. P. WALTON. Tub indecent baste of the sound moaoy democrats to meet at Louia. pronuncU-ruent- o villennd issue h fhnntlnft calculated to further widen tb parbreach between the fnctiona of the wnjiiaturnllv followed by tin exprts-sio- u ty, from the reular constituted authoraleo, ities of the democratic party, which conservative we regret to aay, was less necessary than it might havo been. If of the self constituted at all Iho action eat at Louiaville was premnture. Xo one of that waa trying to eeduce any member caring espeholy crowd and nobody wbb cially for them. Of course if they want to come back to the democratic party so well and so Rood, but if they wont to etill act with the republicans it ia their privilege. At any rate there wsb no use in mating a great ado about it and It will thiB, that aDd the other. the diDerenceB and the take time to heal betleast Bald about them at present the We Bhall never get together if the ter. rabid leaders on either side persist in the tactics already employed. What the party needs is harmony and wholo stacks of it. May Trovidence raise up a who will unite every faction and again lead us to victory. Kentucky must be redeemed and Bhe can be if the leaders will bide a weo. hur-moniz- er great suffering resulted, in addition to many deaths. In Montana and Wyo ming the mercury fell 41 degrees in a few hours and went as low as SO bolow. Hundreds of cattle and other stock were frozen to death and train trflfllc waB suspended on account of the heavy snow. The blizzird struck this section Friday and entered Kentucky in the ahapn nt a cyclone, which did much damage in the part of the State, after causing much loss of property in Texap, Arkansas, and Mi'siesippi. A driving rain sccompaniid tlio wind and Saturday afternoon turned to a aleot hero. Tho mercury went down to 24 by Sunday morning and yesterday it was 10, making it thn coldest ennp as early in the hit son within anybody's memory. All signs point to a hard Winter and bo ginning so soon, wo may expect a leng one. South-western Mb. Wattkbson returned to the States d Saturday, but his advent was not with that flourish of trumpets he sccom-panie- expected and which was promised. A lone reporter aBkecl him what he thought of the political situation when he is alleged to have replied that the democratic party would be reorganized on the lines laid down nt Indianapolis nnd that all the democrats who voted for Bryan would go over to the populists. It is to be hoped that Mr. Wattereon was guilty of no such foolish assertion as this. He will turn to be a high protective republican long before Ave million or more democrats who voted for Bryan will popnliata. bo-co- me Tub State canvasaiug board, with Auditor Stone in the place of Gov. Bradley, who waa absent, declared the vote in Kentucky as follows: McKinley, Bryan, 217,890; Palmer, 5,103; Levering 4,470; plurality for McKinley 281. The increase In the figures from 244 as formerly announced was due to irregu larities. Hon. W. B. Smith, who headed the Bryan electoral ticket, defeats Wedding and Howes, the two lowest McKin ley electors, who aro tied, xue jmbcio-r- a College will decide which 0! tbeee two electors Bhall vote. The count givea McKinley 12 out of 13electorB. The democratic party was represented by counsel butno notice ol contest was filed, me law giveB 30 dayB for such notice and it is paid that a contest will certainly be 213,-171; Sknatok Tiidpstos presented a bill in tho last session of Congress to pen-- e and last week a on tho convention of Nt'groea met at Birmingham, Ala- -, to push the goon thing along. Resolutions were passed bo memorialize Congress to pass the bill and it may be that there is in store for tho old slaves something even bettor than 40 acres and a mule. With the republicans in powen all aronnd and with their established reputation f jr profl'gacy with the public money, it is not a violent assumption to bay that the passage of Thurston's bill ia considerably within the range of pOEsi bility. e, hes 33 written pledges from legislators who would support him in a republican caucus for United States Senator. He wonld need only three more to insure his nomination. Gen, Bradley Johnson, of Virginia, a close friend of Consul General Lee, predicts that President Cleveland will, in his message to Congress, on tho first Monday of December, recommend the recognition of Cubin independence, and that Spain will declare war against us on the following Wednesday. Pino Knott, Wbltloy county, got tho joOihg offered by Judge S. V. D. Stout to the voting precinct which should give McKinley tho largest majority uhb-e- d on tho Bradley voto of 1805. This precinct incrensod its majority over GO per cent, over the Bradley vote, glvlnc McKinley 271 majority over all the can didates. Judga Morrow will make tho presentation speech Dec. 5. First thing he knows Mr. Francis, the new Secretary of tho Interior, will bo personation grata and Mr. Cleveland Tn a letter declining an In win flmhim vitation to a banquet by Bold standard men at Now York, be wrote: me coun- r, Via a nnnn throrich B frightful Ordeal, but all the dangers havo not been passed. While I agree with tho advocates ol sound mnnr in thn fiuht recently made, there are inanv principles advocated by some of those who havo been advocates to that cause to which I cannot subscribe. If some legislation ia not enacted to check the growing influence of wealth and to circumscribe the powers of the trusts ana monopolies, there will be an uprising of the peoplo before the close of the centu ry which will endanger our very institu tions. 1AIUIAND TRADE ITEMS. Fantasy will go against timo next year. W. A. Hall sold to Woods & Lynn six shoais at 2.3c. Alix'a legs are in good shape and she will raco noxt year. Josh Jones sold to Lyon & Allen 12 900-pou- -- THE- Louisville Store The Great Shopping Centre of Stanford, The Home ol Low Prices. 5 cattloat3c. J. W. Laah, of Auburn, Neb.,rofus-edfl5 .). 000forP.tL.2;09j. F. K. Trlbblo aold to J. O. Johnson, A visit to our store, Nosth side Main street, Stanford, Ky., will conof Bovle, 75 shnata at 2.80. A. Co. are now payJ. H. Ituighman vince the most skeptioal of our ability to sell poods chcadcr than any ing 90 cents for heat wheat. other house in Stanford. Two causes have made this store the bar- Victor Wilkes, 2:15J. hm been sold pain center for Dry Goods, Notions, Hoots, Shoes, I Iats, Caps, Cloth-ing- , to a Russian party lor $3 500. Valises, Telescopes, Carpets, Matting, Floor Oil Cloth. No. 2 wheat, .May delivery, Bold at bushel. Toledo Saturday atfl a E. T. Pence aold to Moutle Fox 17 cattle averaging 1,350 pounds at 4c. Col. Patterson Underwood sold to Thomas Rankin 10 cotton mules at $50. Jim Ed Bruce aold to Joe W. Bales, of Richmond, a car load of export cattle J Special Department for Clothing and Shirts Made to Order. at 4i'c. Tip Bruce'a old favorite, Barney, ban B'arted 25 times this year and haa never been behiud tho money. Lewis G. Towksbury, the New York banker, now owns John R. Gentry 2.00J, Ribert J. 2:01 J and MaBcot2;04. China Silk, The great 2:10J, will be tho only campaigner Marcus Daly will have out next year. Lost on Sthayid Mr black harness mare. Fiader will please return her to mo and receive reward. A. V. Sizemorr, Stanford. Fifteen No. 1 cotton mulea for sale, 10 of them work mulea. They aro fat and fine. S. H. Shank, Stanford. -- O. B. Reld won $1,404 at the Fall meeting of the LMouia Jockey Club. Thelaruect winner was John Huffman, who took in $3,634 50 At Lexington Saturday R. H. Kitty B. camo third and Mtf S Nannie Vandeveor's Misa Emma fourth in their respective racea. Tho American Economist states that the depreciation of the value of live B'ock owned in Missonrl from 1S92 to 1S00 amounts to over $43,000,000. Fred Taral has enRBRed to ride next year for Marcus Daly; Sam Doggett for the Oneck stable ; Hamilton for James R. Keeneand Willie Sims for M. F. Dnyer. The Barrow place of 05 acres will be sold by tho commissioner county court day in December. T. J. Buth, who lives on the premises, will Bbow any one through, Clark Farrls is running a horse at Lexinston named for Mr. Scott Fan is, of Crab Orchard. Ho hasn't won a race yet, but his name will bring him to the front some day. Lona Barriaou has sued the Horre Show Association of American for because aho was not allowed to ride at the receut Bhow in Now York in man's attire and astraddle. of O. A'exander, the banker-farmParis, aold his 49G Christmas cattle to Ne'B Morris for an aggregate of $50,C00. It took two special trains to takn them to Newport. They ave raged 1,790 lb. Tewshury, who owns both Robert J. and John R. Gentry, says wera h compelled to give up either of th- - great he would unhesitatingly aay, Uko Gentry. He belihves tho little gelding horse. 1h the Fred SpotBnoad, editor of the Har rodflburg Democrat, was here Inst week, and purchased of Bale&a it Turney, for a Mr. Thornton, of South America, a pair of beiutiful bays that could step h mile in lesa than three minutes, for $1,200. Paris Keutuckian. Maj. P. P. Johnston was elected president of the Kentucky Trottinc Horse Breeder's Aeeociotion at a ineet-Ip- e at Lexington Saturday. Horace W. Wi'Bon was fleeted secretary to succeed the efficient Ed A. Tipton, who goes lo Montana to mpuago Marcus Daley 'a course. J. L. Johnson, of Kingsvllle, who wB here yesterday, told us that a number of hogs have died in that vicinity of a peculiar disease. Theylaro apparently all right, when all of a sudden they be gin to foam at the mouth, blood ifaues from tboir mouths and tbey are dead in less time than it takes to tell the story. Claude Rogers bought during the past week 300 turkeys for which he paid Ho also 5 cents per pound on foot. bogs at 8c. He bought 200 shipped half the hogs to Louisville and the other to Cincinnati market and after paying freight, sale commission etc., realized just 20 cents on the two Midway Clipper. Farrls & Whitley have closed out all of their partnership fat cattle to .J. W. agent for the Ba'os, of Richmond, Schwarzscbild & Sulzberger Co., of New York. There werej350, expected to average 1,450 pounds, tojb" delivered during the latter half of tho month of December. The price paid waa $1.10 and tho salo will aggregate something like Adyocate. Before the election Mr. David Walter sold a lot ot hoga in Cincinnati at $3,70 per hundred. A few daya ago he aold 100 of the same grade of porkers for $3,17. He made a kick and naked if that was a specimen wave of the prosperity promised if McKinley waa elected. Tho stock yarda man asked if he was going to blame McKinley for the hot weather, and "Uncle Davy," said "Yea, he caused very warm times where I came from, for he is the first republican that has carried my county aince history began." Harrodsburg Democrat. Bro-nangb- First, an irresistible stock; second, the irresistible prices. Without a word as to the why and wherefore, we sell this week at the following prices: Ladies' outing flannel skirts, fancy stiiped with border, full three inches wide, worth .OC. at 25c. Ladies' all wool skitt, full size, fancy stripe, worth 75c, at Coc. Blankets white 10-- 4 at Coca pair. Gents' Shirts 48c. Canton Flannel 5c, worth 7 liC. Dress Gingham Sc. White bordered Napkins 25c do.. Red flannel 15c a yard. Turkey ted Table Linen 25c yard. Men's black Alpine Hats worth $1.25 and Si. 50 this week at 75c. Ladies' walking hats, blue, black and brown, 75c. Full line of trimmed Hats for ladies. Ladies Jackets 51.15 to Si 2. See our Si. 25 and $2 ladies' Capes. Better ones $3 to Si 5. It Will Fay Every Man and Boy That wants a suit of Clothing to visit our store this week. Boys overcoats as low as S1.25. Men's ovecoats low asS2.5o. Men's suits as low as S3. Wc quote the few prices to show how prices run through entire stock. MOllE NEWS NOTES. -- Seventy people were drowned in tho floods in Greece. G. W. Nelson fell dead while sing- 's ing in a choir at Chattanooga. During the year l.Sll railroad employes were killed and 25,090 wounded. News from Cuba is that Maceo ia whipping Weyler and his army right along. Moba are being organized in Lowia cmnty for the purpose of destroying tho toll-gate- THE LOUISVILLE T. D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores: Paris, .Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, ST0RL. A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, I is reported tnot Gov. Bradley ia to oldMj. W. R. Kinney, one ol theLouIe-vltlbe tendered a cabinet position or a first- lawyerB In successful ctaeB foreign mission in recognition of est and moat made. la dead. Kentucky's majority for McKinley. But Percy Sullivan waa convicted at Rev. T. N. Abnold, of Frankfort, the governor ia not likely to accept eiHo is a of counterfeiting. of his p seems to have a plenty of trouble ther. He has a cinch on the U. S. dude. and can afford to put away most Louisville own. A fewyearB ago, one of his aona had -J- ohn Morton, of Hopkinsville, Last Spring two riny kind of a crown for it. was killed in Texas. bitten off by a horte( one of his eara other Bona ran away from home, were Col. E. Polk Joijnsov, late editor, which swallowed it. drowned in Florida and afterreported Boyd GrilTrey, known as the Southwards said to be with the insurgents legislator, public printer and binder, but but later and now U.S. treasury agent, is a ern Kentucky hermit, died last week at fighting for tn liberty of Cuba, Hopkinsville, aged 75. waoee real whereabouts is not positive-l- lucky dog. He has gone to London on Luke Crider, of Harlan county, plead seemed to bo enough special business for the government and known. This stealing cattle from his father for one poor father to bear, but he was may stay there indefinitely. Good for guilty to deeper old Polk and may Lis lucky star never and was Riven one year. cilled Thanksgiving day to drink accTho tobacco barn on Mr. Sallie grow dim. of the cup of woe. Another son JesFe'a farm in Woodford burned with identally Bhot himself while bunting and POLITICAL POINTS. 20,000 pounda ol tobacco. will likely die. The old adage about Robert Kennedy, a cyclist, was killBryan's majority over all opposition sona seems to point the morpreacher's ed by coming in collision with another al and adorn tbis tale of woe In a most combined in Miesouri, ia 53,280. 100 atroug rider in a race at Nbw Orleans. A Bryan Free Silver club decided manner. TiiB experiments at extending the has been oraniz-i- at Shelby ville, Ind. can Ret h Most anybody who applies Tho Kuox county republicans have freo mail delivery system to the rural remained for an Ohio aureed to let democrats participate in diatricts are giving RHneral satisfaction. a pension, but it Pierre Lortllard'a famous Rincocas woman to show tho complete absurdity their primaries. applications This woman with Washington democrats are arranging atables mar Nw York burned Saturday of eonia her son was convicted of killing her hus- for a monster reception for Win. Jennings The horses were gotten out. Loss f S.000. Joeeph Boebi, a farm liana living band, for whoso injuries in the war she Brvim on Jackson's day. nnd both sentenced The official count in Illinois ehows near Hamilton, O., chewed up and swalnow seeka a pension, finally induced the thnt McKinley 'a p'urality in that State lowed a S100 bill, durinu a fit of insanity. for lifo. Sympathy Sam Robnrtson disemboweled Joe board to pardon her and her preposter- waa 141,108 and 53,070 in Michigan. is the rteult. As absurd r.a it Rev. Fred Grider, of Casey, wnnta Blakely near Rome, Ga , becaueo the for ous claim U, however, there are people on the to bu U. S. Marshal A capital man for mer pereisted in tickling him. He will bounty of the government just as uudo the office. He should have it by fill die. Irom T?rnnk MoGlcsker. whofsc-tpeaervinc as she and she will very likely be means. Blackburn says that Gov. a hospital in his night robe, committed Senator rolls. placed on the Bradley measured by results, is about all suicide by hanging in a cemetery ai Nearly all sight seers in Now York there is of the republican party in KenCity climb up the steeple on Trinity tucky. A eye one in Texas, not far from John O. Walton is an applicant for church and view the landscape o'er from postmaster at Konnett'a Square, Pa. Ilia Waco, caused the death of ono pcraon, that very high point. From it the land wife, who is a strong democrat, is the injured several others and did great and water for many milts around can be present inenmbent. damage to property. purchased seen. Looking down on Broadway, the -P- resident Cleveland has deCol. Josiah Patterson, wbo was ceaseless flow of human beinae, who feated for re flection to Congrees in a residence at Princeton, N. J., and on of hie term of office will JookBmaller than brownies, can be seen, Tennessee, baa served notice of contest the expiration favored perch will be no city hie home. but Boon this on E. W. Carmack, his successful oppo make that more. It has been discovered that the nent. W. L. Rbul, ol Brooklyn, waa killed The official returns show that Bry in a football game Thanksgiving and old church iB slowly sinking into its bed aand and in 100 years more may be an's plurality in Nebraska was 13,069 of others bad their skulls cracked and yet many republican pipers have and bones broken. Royal eport that out of eighty -- Fred Lewis, of Flint, Mich., threw a they been claiming that be lost his State, All the fools are notia dead andin the ward and precinct. stone at a bird, but killed Patrick 8tan. caoght wont bo until the laat The rock slipped Galnsha A. Grow's plurality for Con ton, who wbb near-by- . final blaz which ia to wipe out tho greesmanat-Larg- e from Pennsylvania is out of his hand and crushed Stanton's earth, There are fools of every variety 207,440. Grow haa been going to Con' are The miners aroupd Malvern, O., are and degree, but the five fools who grees longer than some of the new mem from Decatur, 111., to Canton, tramping from on strike because of a reduction bera have been born. huge horn to McKinley They were promised an () carrying a There will be a lively contest for the 0lto45centa. and the bakery event McKinley was Deems to take the cake democratic nomination for Bpeaker of the advjmce in the build-loIdiocy, nnlesa perhapa they are for 55'h Congress. Three prominent silver elected. number of wiser than we know. The Major democrats, McMillen, Richardson and -I- llinois has a greater posltiona if they any other State, may put them in fat miles of railroad than Bailey, are aspiring to the nomination. fill them. Pennsylvania la Bocond with have mlndB enough to The Negro republicans of the Third 10 599.59. 9,222.83 miles. says that district have demanded that one of their 9,000; Texas thirds with A DiBPATCU from Richmond at Prestonburg. this State, A woman of the late number bo appointed postmaster at and a boy, whose Richard W. Miller, a nephew They deserve eorae recogni- gave birth to two girls pounds. Moth-e- r Register, has owner of the Richmond combined weight was 29 tion boight the paper and employed a French It. for their services and should have and babes all alive jet and doing well. Mr. Tipton is mighty Tipton to edit it. Smith thinks that if the voElector AeulthoB been filed sgainst the the Regis-ie- r good man with the quill, but ters had understood the ballot Bryan Pullman PMace Car Co. by a man fcr and Robwithout Clarence E. Woods had 12 instead of one elector $25,000, because ho caught a cold from for a while.at would have Davis, will look arrangements of a ert Lee with the in this State, they evidently thinking defective heating like the play of Hamlet, least, toot a mark in his square was sufficient aleeper. , leading character omitted. for the whole ticket. Ben Hnaton anot uuu muou uwihd Confidence ia fully restored. In fact Kitson at Lincoln, III., thinking he was Uorbin En- Editoh Chestnut, of the marnhnl who had threatened to in the it ia choking up the catch basina, but in u 500 enbecribers "PL!.:L,ahavonaidhlm but 200 the meautime prices are no higher, uavo arrest him for drunken and disorderly 88UUico;'" o, the in the case of wheat in the hands of spec- conduct. and wonderB what we think , Tlawaon. a Negro wbo was bills. ulators and gamblers, times continue . .r.- - ,hn hnn UaU lO "" Lovinggood would bard and business dull. Still we have hung Friday for the murder of a sheriff We think as Sat natural born dern vindicated the virtuous reputation of the at Tuskego, Ala., is Bairt to have been eay, 'That he was a and ia now really alive though , n tn hla time and money and threatened National honor. Louiayillo Critic. legally dead. unappreclatlve. a constituency ao Sena-tnrehiy l,x-iogto- n. 1 g Rug-sellvil- le. It e, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabethtown, and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. iijj; ill $3,-0- 00 er i fl ! 'M.L. Buy your Coal now before it up, for the Winter. s g-oe- in ill M! pa-ca- rs 0 M 5?A11 Farm Products taken in exchange. !' J- fill two-minu- te H. BAUGHMAN & CO. ? - :: - I riv USMDEiTTAKiNC BY Practical Trimmer, Emkalmer And Funeral Director. Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e FARRIS & HARDIN, Dealers In 300-poun- d Groceries, Hardware, Glassware Queensware and Tinware. Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line o Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' ship-ment- s. Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Prices to Suit The Times We will begin to Auction our Splendid Stock of Goods on $20,-00- 0. MONDAY, DEC. 7, 1896, And Continue unr,il our ..., "" ENTIRE STOCK Is disposed of. wte W. H. WIEAREN 41 CO. . - 'j, ftt r, . Wfa J&SmU - , ' jJWa&.. J. J. - -- 4 f ', Hf ITT 'W-WbJS- n iNTERlOkJoUM - Wxddiko presents at Danks', Auction begins Dc. 7, Monday. This oflice did J32 worth of job work Saturday and It wasn't a very good day ' nUIiliLE. either. m Stanford, Kw, Dkc. i, 189G Good, three-fo- ot oak boards, for snlo. Noel A Son. Bio success at fitting spectacles. us atrial. Craig & Hocker. Aiim Cut Off. Tom Cochran, a brake-ma- n . . on tho second section of freight Our trusses give satisfaction. 75c and You should ttiko your prescriptions to train No. 30, fell from his train near LebI'onnyVdrtjfr ntoro wtwro prompt and $10. Craig A Hocker . . anon Hturdav ovening and had an arm accuratoaorvico is guaranteed. adjoining FiirmeiH Bunk cut off. Stork-boofor rent after Jan. 1. W. V. Walton. MillSONAr. POINTS. Tub GerriirttiB don't do things in a hurThk Advocate calls ii spHdn a spade ry when it comes to putting nway the The editor went to Frankfort yeeter now. It spoke of Danville ss n "vlllsgo" dead. Mrs. Frank Ernst, who died Monday. luBt issue. day night ss tho result of Injuries reMb. W. II. Wkaiihn whs in Louievllle lulls . last You can get n jOO music box nt Fnrrls ceived in a runaway, was not buried unTiioMPH Wkahkn, of LcxiiiKtou; is liore A Hardin'M for a little or nothing. See til Saturday afternoon, viaitinK his mother. hand bills for particulars. rl!! Kiliott, of Laurel, To thk . H M. Nkwi-amthankPRHVo in LouIb-vill- u took Jackson and Tuttlo, who havo been The whlpper of a J gallon While witti htB Hweethonrt. in jail here for a long timo nwaiting the Mnfl AuckNhwi.and, of Crab Orchard, Mountain Ico cream freuwr gotten by mistake. Owner can call at thia oillcu action of the court of appeals, to the was here ((hopping yuHtcrday. penitentiary Friday. Ono goea for life, MABThurKTiiAiNd II. N. II01.L8R has and get it. the other for 15 yearn for murder. been quite sick for several dayo. Immense Block uf Christtuas goods. Mn. William Ayhrs, of Pinoville, was The ladies are Thanksgiving was a most quiet day invited to sou our Urge hero on legal business last week. stock of China, Queens- - and Glassware. hero. Tho storekeepers, or tho moat of Miih. Julius Niono, who haa been ill Farris A Hardin. them, kept open because ono or two for several weeks, la convalescing. would not agree to close, but they had Miss Lillian Philim, of this place, Dead. Tom Howard, too Negro shot their labor for tholr pains. .They didn't by Louis Lynn, died Friday night and sell onough to buy tnnco for the turkey. has opened a milllneryin Monticello. Mh. 11. G. Hail la on of the ronnflgera his slayer will be indicted for murder. The boy, Bill Phelps, wanted hero for of the new Opera House at Somerset. Tho dying statement makrH a very bad stealing from JelT Balden was acqnitted Key. 8. M. Loo an spent seveiel days case. of n similar charge at Somerset, but with his sister, Mrs. Frank U. Keone, at J. L. Bruce adm'r, of Dr. J. P. when Constable T. J. Benedict got totbat Jackson. dee'd, will sell at public sale in place he found that his telegram tolling Mn. J. A. McltoiiKRTS, wife and son, of Oorbin, are soeatB of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stanford, on Dec. 11 (county court) at 11 Chief Hughes to hold him had not been o'clock, 10 shares of stock in Hneton- - delivered in timo and the youth had D. Hopper. been permitted to bo. Mits A. A. McKiNNsvand Miss Edna vlllo bank. spent several days with relatlvis Courts Hc(,s re dying by tho thousand now, Chittenden Sphincjs. Misars. JameB at Grcensburg. B. Cook, of this place, and M. 0. Thur-mabut i '" of disease. Tho cold ansp is be Miis. Mahy Bur.cit and Mies Rachel of Lawreoceourg, have rented Criting u itized to convert them into meat, Allison went to Cincinnati Saturday to tenden Spring, near (Marion, this State, Bauxite and lard and everybody has eptlldtt law dftys. enough to cat for the nonce. We bhw and will run it in great style next year. Miih. Uallik A. Ukazlky has rcturnod Itev. W,S Grinstcad trying to drive his Wa.ntbu! -- 0,000 turkeys and 2,000 to tho slaughter pen yesterday, but they from n lenuthy vIhII to her grand cL geese; nlso chickens, ducks, eggs, hided, in LozinKton. , wouldn't drive worth a cent. Many a Mutatis. Haiihy Dauuiiman and Albert furs, fenthe ra and ginseng. Write us for man would have given vent to his Severnuce epvtit several days courting in prices. Car lots of livo poultry a spe- feelings in language moro forciblo than cialty. H. B. Northcott & Co., Lancas- polite, but he simply remarked between Lexincton and Mlllersburg. Bhot soaie ter, Ky. Cait. Phil PiucK, who was puds for breath: "The Scripture sayB timn sko, hud suiliciently recovered to that the devil entered into the swine and Pants. Mr. It. S. Lytic, tho drumtake his run 011 the K. 0. yesterday. mer, tells us that one of hlo customers I'm roady to desert he has never gotten Mh. John V. Mooiik, wife and daughboutrht 500 pairs of panin from his house out of them?" ter, Minn Ltllle, of Casey, spent Thanksthe other dny. Tho pntty prt is that Hit iiy a Maii Dock John AdamB, of giving with Mr. and Mr. FA Wilkin-togood per cent, of the sale, Mr. L. gets , Fishing Creek, Pulshki county, was bitMu. T. C. AiiaJH, of the Htchmond which isR nice sum. ten on the hand by a mad dog a few days I'autaitraph, wBhfro Hgin Sunday. Is Succxefrui.. Mr, Georise Logan, the bIuch and camo here with Mr. Jamee ho after the girl or the oflice, is the ques- butcher, went out hunting Tliankpglvlng Itigaby to see Mr. W. M Dudderar, who tion? and took along Ed Buster to carry the, oh Hi the noted mad atones. They were Misses 8all!e aju Pearl Kino gave n game. Thoy brought back 2(1 rabbltB applied to the wound and stuck well the delfgtitful pirty Thankngiving evening and 00 quail and would have brought first time, but would not adhere the sec to their guest, Mist Jetsie Hnsk, of oad timo When Adams was bitten he moro had they had n wairort. attempted to burn out the poison by apMn. G. P. UitKJiir. eya the man who plying a lighted match and his hand was Mh. J. W. Bhyant has rented one of Mr. 8 P. BUgg's pretty cottngfs on Lo- took a jug of bramlv to his house, and burned severely. Mr. Dudderar tells us gan Avenue. Mr. liryaut will likely go out of which his wife tilled the lamps, that the stones wero brought by bis fawas a member of thu new church at ther, Samuel Dnddrrar, from Missouri into business here. MisiKa Noiu McManama and Nannie Hubble, and not McKcndrep., in the early MOa and are Bald to have Trlmblr, of Somerset, are guests of Mrs. Duller. Five, out ol 6tx drummerB come from the maw of a Rocky MounJ. L. YantiB, who entertained in their here Sunday said that busioe&s was dul- tain goat. In the 50 years or more that honor Friday evening. ler the past week than ever before in thoy havo been in the family they have Mn D. W. Yajcdkyrbk and Miss Nantheir recollection. What's the matter been applied to atjleast 1,000 bites nnd nie Vandeveer spent several dttys in out of all thorn c'ben there was but one with the good times promised after Lexington last week, seeing after the election? Wo certainlv ought to death, and that wb because the applicalalter's race mare, Miss Kuimn. tion was not made for IS daya after the tinvo enough contldenct by this timo. Ko Jo.nkj, who (mi spent the pBBt six woman was bitten. She lived in Knox years in the Wild West, the most of the A Diei'ATCit from Mt. Vernon sayc: county and died a horrible death of hytime at Helena, Mont., in hero on a visit "The hero was robbed b'atur drophobia. Thu atones have the appearto his brother, Mr. Josh Jones. day night of 150. The thief gained ance of a petrified sponge and it is reMn. A. F Mohkiii.y has rented the by bniiktiig the glua from the markable that they adhere to no other Asher Ciutley furtn of UK) acres, near front door. Among tho booty was 100 wound but that niHtle by a mad cog McCreary, (J a mm! routity, for $260 and coppers and a quantity of nickels aud Their olllcficy has become well known will move with hie family to it this week. silver change. Thu stamps and checks throughout the State and people come Mn Ui:oiuk H. Wkauen hasbuen uo were It ft on tlit)BiloHlk " here from all eecUona to have them aptill that he stood his civil tmrvicu plied. A Ki.mi OAUsirn It. Mr. W. H. Wear and got tin tiverago of SI 10. CllAIJ OJtClLUtO. Ho Is u i w nuily to nconpl any good job en met with a peculiar becident Sunday morning. He leuped from hlo barn loft, with a big salary annulled. Mrs. D. B. Edmistou and daughter Miss Jknnie Dickinson, who attended when his ring caught nn a uail, tearing r (turned Saturday from a visit to Cincincollege here, whs badly burned n fow the tlesh from his finger to the bone. nati. n'ghtS ago, wo lenrn from tho .Middles-bor- o His uiitiie weight was hi Id by the sin Mr. and Mrs. A. Addams and Mies HeralJ. A very lare sleeve came gle linger and it was n minute or more Jean Buchanau rpent Thanksgiving with in contact with ii grate and was set on before he could extricate himself. Ool.and Mrs. John Buchanan. fire. Rev. Mr. Tinsley begtn a revival at J. II. Aniikiuon, of the Kentucky Dye Mn. H. N. Waiik, of Fonwick, who is Christian church Sunday and will subscribora we Works, was lined i$ nnd fl 50 costa in' the one of thu promptt-u- t continuo all the week and probably in time and writes: Judge Carson's court yesterday for beat- have, renews as umial longer. We nrt) all glad to receive your paper. It ing'E, T. Hundley, one of the drummers Mrs. Jones, who recently lost her comes fresh twice a week like a letter for the house. Anderson claimed that latter had abused him and when property by fire, will build attain on the tho from our old home. they met in T. J. Hatcher's shop a fight B4me lot as soon as possible and open up CITY ASP VICINITY. followed, in which Anderson scored first her millinery goods. Mr. R. H, Collier has rented the blood. Lookout for auction. Higgins property for next year and will The Interior Journal takes delight In move Jan, 1. Mr. Charles Singleton will " Let Danks repair that watch, stirring up thnMiddlesboro monkeys. It move to the Guetit farm first of the year. ,1 brand never fails either when it applies the Boy. It. U Nunnellay ha Mr. J. B. Gilkerson has bought a prod as the last issuft of the News gives new grist and feed mill and will erect it new boy. we Go Kliqant wedding gift at low priceB. evidence. aboutto Albrecht; pond,don't care on the lot of A. U. Bastin. He will soon your frog anything but we be ready to farniab any one needing Danks, the Jeweler. do object to paying tho full expenses of meal and feed, House and lot on Whitley Avenue for the town ourselves in taxes exacted evMr. Hugh Seargent baa moved to ery month in the year, apparently. sale. 0.0. Withers. the couutry with bis tobacco factory. The factory rooms will be occupied by "Fair, and stationary temperature," Cuttino. Cole Carpenter, who spends Mr. Mack Genton, who will run a wagon of bis timo in jail, is tho greater portion is tho forecast for today. shop. a boarder at Jailer DeBord's again. This and blacksmith Sage, Red and Black time for Butchbii Knives, cuttioR Al Christopher, also colDEATH DOINGS. Tepper at Warren A Shanks'. ored, about the hands and face. The Mr. Jacob Corminey, Sr., died at bis Hog box bottoms, meat cutters, lard trouble occurred Thanksgiving night, but on the Mllledge-vill- e Marshal Newland failed to get his hands home at the & McKinney. cans, &c. Uiggitia piko Thursday morning after sever until Saturday, when he found 9 on him New books. Come In and get some- hlminarabln on Mr. U. S. Withers' al weeks' illness of pneumonia, aged 72.' thing to read. W. B. McRoberts. farm. Christopher is not soriously in- Besides n wifehe leftfoqr sons, who will greatly miss a klmfand indulgent father. jured. Stop at the New Mye'B House when At his trial yesterday Carpenter waB At 2 o'clock Thursday the body was laid you come to tawu. New management, held in $100 bond till circuit court. to rest in thevbnrying ground at newly furnished and everything first- after appropriate remarkB by The KnightB of Pythias lodge electod Rev. W. T. B. White. class. Al. G, HutrmRti, proprietor. " the following officers Thursday night for Let tho Kentucky Dyo Works clean tho ensuing term: B. H. Danks, O. C; A dispatch from 'Lexington says: In nnd preBa your suit or overcoat. Work J. S. Kice. V. O., Joe F. Waters, P. 0; J. an interview hereto night, Gov. Bradley guaranteed. I will not "be responsible for F. Cummins, P ; Charley Hayden, M of eaid he knew nothing about an extra work given E. T. Hundley, n former emA.; Geo. B. Weareu, K. R. & 8 ; John session of tho legislature, and that bo ploye. J. H. Anderson. H. Meier, M. F ; Br. W. B. O'Bannoq, waa not a candidate for United States after doing a land of- M. E ; B. W. Givens, M. of W.; E. 0. Senator. Further than thia he declined Clay Clement, fice business in Louisville for a week in Walton,. W. F. 8heridan, J. S. Welle, to Bay. Polly Bent-ly, E, Tate la District Deputy Jcbsb Hall, aged "The Bells," is doing the interior cities Trustees. 0. aged 13, were married . In Letcher and W. H. Wearen supervisor State bythlB week. See him at Danville Friday county. , ' laws. night. Ho is Mid to ba very floe. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Get a doll now and have plenty of time to dress it for Xmaa. Fuji line at G Ivo Craig &Hocker's. Turkeya are worh JJc on foot here, James Robinson sold 27 fat hogs to Johnson at 3c. Some small bog have changed hands here in tho lest fow daya at 3c. Dr Herring reports H. B. Cox's girl dolorously ill of kidney trouble. -- Elderffinsley's meeting at, the Christian church here closed Wednesday with 38 additions and the church debt a paid. J. F. Riimey has returned from Casey, where ho bought eome weaning calves at about $7. Corn is very current lit-tie 1 horoatfl. I now take this time to say I am in Merchant Tailoring to stay I give flies no chance to blow, The moss to sprout or grass to grow 111 try to give your money's worth, I want your trade, not the earth. Respect, JESSE D. "WEAREN. wi-ok- ... PKN.-Sht- ) Jasper Cox, while fee ling some days ago, kicked at h cow, striking her born and It entering his foot, caused such a degree of fever that Dr. Herring has been fearful of having to amputate his foot. -- S. Dunbar and Crit Eubanks carried Spencer Hubble to the asylum some days aito by persuading him to take a plotsuro trip with them. He never was conaciouH of where they wore takinit him till alter they had delivered him to the authorities there and left him. Some little school people in thia community are onxiom that you insert thia roll of honor in your next isaue. Flonnie Hammonds 09; Louisa Harris 08; Mayme Underwood OS; Cbarlio Cox 07; Bernis Ross 03; Mvrtle Carman 92; Ben-ni- e Sutton 91; Luther Sutton 02; Alice Blackerly 01; Samuel Harris 00. Miss Fannie Underwood, Teacher. in his pocket was found nearly frozen on the streets of Chicago. When asked why be did not go to a hotel, he remarked that he loved hia money too dearly to part with it. The court of appeals reversed the judgment of the lower court in the case of Lafe Brooks, sentenced in Morgan county to be hanged for murder, because there was undue haste in the trial! It is annou- ced that the Tennessee Centennial Erpoitin, whitih will be opened at Nashvillo on May 1, 1897, will coBt about $1,000,000. All the money necescary line been BiiUFcribed. Thirteen-year-olRisa Joseph, of Wisackey, S. O.was cut to death with an ax. Her chum a year her senior is under srrest for the hnrrib'e deed, d DRY I am still Sole Agent for tlie Well-Known Wa- terproof ( HOOKER BOOTS. Save yourself of Wet Feet and a cold by using a pair. ' H. J. McROBBRTS. tSi a Flan-naga- n, A mnn with f 1.512 BOYS' GMUffllG H m n, I A Specialty, And the following prices are made that he who runs may read: Boys' Trowsers $ 25 $ bints 50 1 75 Suits, all wool ..i..., I,'. " seal brown Cheviot 3 00 " blue gray Persey 2 25 " dark gray " 2 75 ....i daric orecn vneviot. ....................... c.... ...... ...... 2 50 :.'.'. dark brown plaid 3 00 11 T. black Cheviott 4 00 ii " 5 00 Overcoats from 75 to 10 00 The lining of all these garments is elegant Satteen or Serge and the fit is perfect. "Best aoods for the least price" is the motto at , -, m m n. NKW AIIVEBTISEIIENTH. FXCTTTBrES. Thotos and best stylo by Prank Tin-typ- es W. H. SHANKS. A 'I Shel-byvll- ie. 73 y made in the latest and Cordirr during Holidajs. FRANK CORDIER, Rowland, Ky. Mc-Kiiil- ey .W W 'WITffEl Has Useful Christmas, Weding & Birthday Presents Such as Chairs, Pictures, Rugs. Medallions, Center Tables, Tabrou-- fc rettes, Mirrors, Music Cabinets, Easles, &c. "v i ' !B A post-cilic- u eu-trai- ice I'll Pf! i-kAJi' v ii ''if iu THE GOODS I now have on hand now can be had h 1 T ' WHAT THINGS! AT YOUM (OWN PJM&OTo If You Want Bargains a-A-Lin. FOOLISH Some people d. It is no trouble for us to show goods we are proud to do so, "for we know our line of our xrs nsrow. Cost Not Considered for a Moment. V W.P.TATE, - - Stanford: . n !. 1 $5, $7.50, $8, $10 m and $12.0 Suits ' and V Overcoats Can' not be equalled Much Sickness Prevails At this season r of the yetr. You need medicine. What you buy ot drugs should be pure and fresh. I guarantee my goods of best quality. Have your prescriptions filled here. tv 1.' '4 Penny's Drug Store. H . 1. 3 ajiywhere. toll-gat- e Children's Suits Cheaperand better value than ever. Just received a handsome line of Neckwear; Hats, Shirts always up to date. Q,ne Price to All. $ A '. w BackoF IVIy -- . -- v -- Preach-ersvill- e it HE LBE V 17,-an- d J. LFROHkAN Danville, Kentucky. &Co. , Is the certainty of fulfillment and every one of them. When you leave of each your watch with me fcr repairs it is sufficient guarantee that you will have an accurate and reliable timer ' piece. Did it ever occur to you that olore Watches are ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? We Have gained the reputation for miles around for best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince you. Promises '. kXI n THOMAS DALTON. y h 1WIiiiiii"f - idtiHiiiiiVf'-- ft -- .. . w.,-,,.- ,, ,, ,? ,11- r L. r.Xift.1. vtn, ,.: .? &i kV 1.- - . , v--' , r-- CSt33.'-rzp- i n.n ; Jtar-- . Q Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourha! LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. . Friday PnUUBhod Evory Tuesday and YKABIN jVJDVVNOK $3 P3B MP When not opnd SS-S- will be charged.- K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Twins leave Stanford at p. m., returnint? 7- - ra-- . nd m- - It 4 :i "'" ad 'S L.&N. No, .5. LOCAL TIWE CARD. Nj.ta, Train " going North Ho.iJ, " " " ....4 ta 3 37P m 3 Jl r " 4 ...... -- u 04 pm B ojptn QUEEN &JJRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City a follows: No. t South -- ...iaopm No North M- -5 j Nora. No. 9 and to run no furh.r . i Junction City, aii train w-n-.- ' ' ' l...i3im " p m "to ..... 8 35 " 3Spm ,33K ...6 oo a m ' .M9P than bAMN-- 5 POWDER Absolutely Puro.i A cream of tartar Daking pow der. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United btaiesuov-eminen- t Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDERICO. New York. This week our classic littlo city is being thrilled from centre to circumference for the famous HidcllOe family, hended by'Dr. A 0. Radcllfle, is with ub. The entire troupe are perfect knights and quennn of tho footliRbte. Lust Tuesday at 11 a. M at tho residence of tho bride.s lather, Judge J. M. Tllford, Mr. Pat U.Sharp and MIbs Florthe hymenial ence Tilford marched and donued the eilken robo of altar nuptuality and have started marching gaily down the avenues of connubial hlis'. The Rt. Raw Andy Jackson Gib-onmiuus the honorary abbreviated title of A. U. 0. (absolute, unqnalitled eusaer) mtde these "two souls with but a single thought, two hearts that beat as one." May tUeutVedt niesjoni-e- r of peace and prosperity attend thotn as they journey down' life's outatreched lane, strew ing it with flowers and shedding the el fulRence of the roseate light of content mont over them. Politic! ware of such magnitude at the last meeting of the Teachers' Asso ciation as to he of more concern to the members than the subjects concerning their schools, for they voted unanimously to adionrn for the meeting of there- publican county committee. The wri v ter was the only member whoeo with that auwas not in keeping gust body of teachers and be sat as a silent member rather than offer a dissenting vote to their movement of onligbt enment In attending a republican committee meeting, but he quietly and serenely refrained attending the same. The main object in that meoting was to call a primary to be held in Januarv to decide the fate of thoae who want to serve in an official capacity. Tboir object wanting it so early is to be ready for in some of the pie of the McKinley administration should they be defeated in the primary, but this little schema wbb defeated by one vote. Thus perishes their hopes, $ Herman Holmes, the who was hung at Philadelphia, had what tbo superstitious term the "evil eye," which would cause thoso who look into it all manner of trouble. His jailer has just committed Filicide, tho foreman of tho jury that convicted him, was killed by lightning, the principal witness against him dropped dead, the woman e who lived in his honeo comtalttod and another died suddenly. At least a dozen persons who were interested in the conviction of Holmes have met with death or accidents or misfortune. multi-murderer, Bill-cid- Incomparable Servicp. The Queen & Crescent trains are the finest trains run" In the Stato of Kentucky. Four daily trains to Cincinnati connect with the main highways of the Great Trunk Lines of the North, West and lv-- t. GARLAND SINGLETON Is a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. TOR. SALE. Desirable Suburban Home. Containing Ten Acre of Land, Kor eale. Has on it a good, Iiwrlllnff of Hix Rooms, and all necessary outbuildings, One yard hydrant and one for wa. tertng stock, aisj a spienuiu, never laiuug wBu. com-In.i.- til. This Is Is a candidate for Assessor of Llrcoln county to Washington, subject vo the action of the democratic party. tho line New York, Bonton and tho Eiat. The SAMUEL, HI. OWENS Queen & Crepcent connec with every Cincinnati. 8. T. Swift, P. & Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, sub line out of T. A., Lexington, Ky., W. G. Morgtn, D. ject to the action of tho democratic party. P. A., Lexington, Ky: J. P. IIOIJUAM or.u.,,erp.r,,cu,.r..pp.vj.oiUAiLKYt j6 btanfoid, Ky. TUBES Kutl stock ol I T21SBSS 1 1 FALL,, 1896. Krult and Ornamental Trees, Grape Vines, Small Erulls, Asparagus, and every thing; for the Orchard, Lawn and Garden. We employ no Agents, Try us on prices to so the difference between those of a K'ower and dealer. Catalogue on application to . The official routs to Washington for the inauguration wMbnlho Chesapeake & Ohio railroad. This is the only Kentucky Hue running to Washington and is much shorter than any other Hue besides haying many advantages possessed by no other. politi-calit- Farm No. I contama .91 acres In Washington county, Ky , the greater part of which Is iu grass; well watered; witn good Improvements, Includcrop. 10 acr ing new mstal roof tubicco brn Is a candidate for Assessor or Lincoln, jubjoct .to Tnis larm Is situated iu what is pronouueed the the action of the democratic party. He kindly lest district In Kentucky for Whit Hurley asks your support Comfortable residence house. Sewing nrvn The old reliable SingerOils and Machine Farm No. t contain, too acres In same locality, Repairs rUfV Needles ol all kinds. with brick dwelling. Large stock and tobacco call at the Singer Sewing Machine Co.'a Office barns. One of the best Improved farms in the Ky. J. W. Perrln, Stanford, county. a minister or Opposite subI a Candidate foi SherltT of Lincoln County, . t KuK,iowa,wni. of Agent. ject to the action of the democratic party. the Methodist .pisco. """-" anything so Mr Iloth farms ar in fine state of preservation, will w.fi avo never found more and watered ond feuexd. Close to R. It. depot, schools, speedy ai Dr. ci.l or that gae me such Try this relief cough market and on a An turnpike. M. ideal ! Klne's New Discovery." For information apply to at W. II McRoberf. J. N. SAUNDERS,Ky. ug store. Stanford, 10 . Mr Fred Miller ol Irving, III. writes that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for with severe pains in his back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried many ss called Kiane.v cure uui wimoui "f WM,"'." he began use ol Klecttle Electric Bitter. Ducklln'a Arnica. Salvo found at adapted to euro ot all Kidney and Lner The beit aalve In the world for cuts, bru'ntss ,r,'i sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores letter, chap- and often gles almost Instant will prove our statement. Price Drug blore. hands, chilblains, corns and all akin eruptions. arge bottles At W 11. McRobcrts t positively cure piles, or no pay repuired. Ills " luaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price $ cents per boa. Kor sal by panncoa. Tho Idoal W. B. McKoberts druggist. . iMuoh for You It May Do as Xf ,. ,,, " ". Ty" Sometimes it seems to weary woman that she must certainly give up. The simplest and easiest work becomes an almost Inturmountable Nervousness, sleeplessness and pln harasa le and life seems hardly worth the livlnc Dr. I'i.rrr'. K.vonte l'rcscrinllon was made for her hlr. Pierce's Goldeti Medical DiScovery wa. made lilt distinctly leminine, for her the former is the other for her genewl svslem. Together they aupply a scientific and successful tour.o or treat ment. The Favorite Pipscnpuon lestotea healthy, regular action ot the organs distinctly feminine. It forces ou a'l impurities, strengtheni the sues, allays inflammation Tha Golden Medical Discovery makes appetite, htlps indigestion, promotes assimilation, fills out the hallows in the cheek and neck with good, solid flesh aud Lrlngs hack the elad.ome clow ot cltlhcod Sendaicintc stamps to World's DupeusarjT Medical Association, Buffalo, N. , and receive Dr Pierce'aiooS page Common Sense Medical Adviser, Illustrated. EMMETT McCORMACK Is a canJIdate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the domociatlc party Your support is earnestly solicited. ' fo mi. ' t. tr 91. F. EL.KIN II. F.HII.LENMEYER, 6,-i- LeslnKton, Ky. t Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of tno democratic party. ti. JOE T. E3IBRY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Couuty, subject to tho actlou cl the democratic party, and earnistly asks your support, t JH MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS In Lincoln county, Ky.,atf per cem , seml.an. nual interest: no commission charged. Address OKO. VV, DAVY, Room 17, Keuyon lluilaing, Louisville, Ky. For blank applications and further Information, lociuire ol J. N. Saunders, Attorney, Stanford, C. G. BAKER K. eWlf "'' ."' Is a candidate lor Asiesior of Lincoln, subject to action of the democratic party, ininking the bouthcrn end ol tho couniy U entitled to a slice olthe pi beasksiour support. Two Farms For Sale. fr wiixi am;morel an d SAM W. MENEFEE To-tacc- o. "Ihii.teo Post-Otllc- NOTICE ey D. S. i a CARPENTER, -- OF HUSTONVILLE, t .11 riim aht11 .a IWU Hurjjiri, u -i. III Idl Bl CUU t... n.. : nA lcd. very fine Surrey . Tde Hugsfiea are firtctii Itsroaln rail UA.i n w'v. Having bought of J. W Adams his Coal riant and good will at Rowland, Ky .1 will continue the Coal Business at said place W. T. SAUNDERS will have charge of it as he la well known In that nd ol the county. J. R. I1IGGIN3. 4 J. K. VanArsdale, DEALER IN .NEW MILLINERY. The latest things In ra.l and Winter Millinery now in slock and th ladies of btanford and vicinity ate Invucd 10 call in and so the latest stylss. Miss Jaibo has arrived and Is ready to wait on her old customers and aa many new ones as will come. . . MISS LICCIU HEAZLKV. fcUnlo.J, Ky. .GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, &c. Good Goods'at tho Lowest Prices. Bo ai once.11nvt i?c iuc .. .. mil wui k Juu House with iU price. Situated on . um uu j .taffaemn aura ivMWM to rent at reasonable rcomi Mala streeU . ..- - - -u. o. Kcspccuuuy, .,..- Portland. ........To the .........Via 'lhc San Francisco .. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, .. NOTICE ! SHELBY CITY. Mr. W. T. Riciirtnlson StaiiiortltKy. pSRBEE Commerce hss aioved from the Uilton propeity to the property Ky. of Mr. Flem Tuttle. Mr. Dupeo bought of Uncle TomDrug.Storc m the Owsley my Burnett a lot opposite Mr. James Office over McRoberta' Only, Dining Car Route from Building. Surber's drug store and has erected a We want to give those who owe ui fair warning that we shall give them two weeks moio to settle bakery thereon. up with us, and if they do not come up in that or The bad weather has prevented tho time, wc shall put their accounts in the MF.R311QN A GRHEK. planing mill from tunning the last few anoiiicer. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled days. A new steamboat whistle has Sleepers ol Modern Pattern. :Notios--2Parmsr- s. been added to the mill. For maps or any information, address Mr T. S. Rjntou has converted his f E.D.II. BACON J. REID.) P. A . G. P. Agent, or? 1 store room into a neat cottage, which is We will take our Corn and Hav at Highest (. ) Louisville Chicago. Exchange lor Coal. Citliens James, and bis Prico in sell you Corn and Hay at Costot Stanford intended for his Hon, lie sure to call for : : if you arc we wl Moaon Route. our Ccal Customers, Book your crders for Coal. bride in the dim future. St Paul. OEce on Lancaster Street, at Residence. Denver. NOEL A SON, Stanford, Ky. the residence of the bride's fathA. C. Lanhtra er, Mr. Quincy Wxkt field, Mr. William John B. Castlcrran. Warren was uuited in wedlock to Mits Mttggio Wakefield on Thursday. W. S. Hilton Iihr returned from purchasing Christmas goods in Cincinnati W. T Richardsou will have a choice lot GOMPANY of Christmas good open noxt week. INSURANCE Mrs. Bonedict. a young widow, who was once a Mica Benedict, lust Thursday made a Benedict ol a certain Mr. Jones, OF LIVERPOOL. ofCasoy, by becoming hia wife. They will repide in Cnpey. Mrs. Hayp, of Marion, has purchased the Jones property and is occupying it. Mr. Nun rod Siokhom nnd wif nr MANAGERS, . " living at Mins Bettie Boiling's place and Are the Only Cash Men in Stanford on BolHnt i" Hvlmr with litu. Building, Louisville. Mies St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, Sure to Give Him a Call. WARNING."! RESIDENCE FOR SALE. A god Resilience Ilou,. la Stanford, with tore house oti sam lot. lor sate. The let contains store, S acrr, and can be easily dlv.ded, puttingreasonhouse and residence on serial, lots. At and cu casr lrmi. Apply to able price . N. b.M'NDERS.bUntord, Ky. j3ti All persons desiring I .ocas I Pests for plank fencn pott and railing er "lie fence, can had what Ibrr want at my sioro near Cedar Crrck, on the pike leading frem Crab Orchard to Manlord I alts keep alwai. en haiid a rfcd aupply of plank lar leucine. All km4. st lumber fer building alw boards and shingle. All trsuas desiring any srticl. ul this kind can call ou in. at my store near Cidsr Creek. G. W. SINGLKION. juneirs'o Jslf M, S, HaUohmsn s; SB, W. B. FEOTflrZ". J. W. IIacgiima. TO CHXCiLGO. M.S.&J.W.Bauyhman, raorxiKToHt J. : T. : ST7TT02T. UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, Offers his services LIVERV, FEED & SALE t- Stanford, K, I KENTUCKY. Lie-co- --- At in o the pteple cl West aud Catcy Counties, lull stock of Co On 1 ssd Caskets always 00 hand. oj I). el. Carpenter, Manager. STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. II you need livery give us a call. Nethicg out turnouts ill leave our stable, bee us i0 rales. Inojr Crst-cla- n mSTLEMM. Hiqqins McKinney . ! WI1MMW SHF.T.RY & - SHELBY. f BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee prlrcs. first-cla- Props. Livery, Fcctl!.antl ?.v.. camiJivt suit: a..rakik Junction City, First-Clas- work and satis'actary Try our horse shucr - Kontuckv. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. patrunsg i s Reasonable Kates. A pcruoa respectiully solicited. Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very ofojr ts Cm. ' Ills l'atnl Venture. One of them had n real football head of hair nnd woro a sweater, whilo tho other woro n enruntion in his button-nolLOCAL AGENT, and could with difficulty see over who sat tho Stanford, - - - Kentucky. hia own collar. And them girl tho grip on jmmedintely hack of heard what they woro saying: "You didn't seem to get on very well with that college girl at tho dinner last night," Baid tho youth in tho sweater. "Did sho want somebody elso to tako J F. UARKER, Proprietor, hor in?" - "Sho seemed well enough pleased at first," said ho of tho collar gloomily. TWO DOLLARS Pit Day. Rates m "Then how did you happen to fall Remodeled and refurnlsrieU through ut. Largi down?" Mid Commodious Samp'o Rooms. "Well, sho said sho despised pooplo .Hailaand othce conoected by Electric Pel s 4 who pretend to bo what thoy aro not." Prompt and polite rervice to guests, "Ami yon agreed with hor?" "Well, I saw no reason to disngreo with a girl whoso father is worth and who is good looking onougb COAL, for a girl without a cent to her namcC "Good, old boy. What did sho nay Near Rallioad Crossiug, East of Depot, Agents Throughout the Soath. W. A. ( TRIBBaM?. o Groceries, .' Hardware, Stoves, &e. Attractive Prices on Queensware. tSTTry us and be Convinced What Cash WiU Do. BARKER HOUSE, Attention of the public is invited to the far that this is thu only National Hank In Stanford the provisions of th National tlank I am still agent for Kails ltranch Coal and will Und.r are secured uot onlv by th capital keep a supply of all kinds of Cual, so ou get suca stock, but bv the stockholders liability lor aa as vu ant at the lowest possible ; ncr for Cash. amount equal to the stuck, so that depositors ol Office, Mill fct. aud Kailn.ad Crossing, opposite this institution are secured by a fund of J,oo,ojo. Roller Mills. J. B. HU.GlSS, Five SlanUrd, Ky. ar sworn statement of theiuodition ol th. b.ak yj govern-a.tuadtoachycarto the United and Us assets ara examined at stated times ij government agents, thu securing addititoa 8 sndperftct safety to depositors. established as th This institution, originally Deposit llank of Slanturdiu itjS, then is.d as the National Hank ol Stanford in ibij and the First National Hank ol again Stanlord in ibSs, has had practically an unin.cr Ut a wurkmau of ruptad paistcocuof is years It ts bvtltr suppasd jow with tacllitits lor tiausnctidg business prompt ty and liberally thauour bciore in lis long aud X4 Aonarable career. Aci.ouata of corporations, firms and individuals respsctfully .olic-te- COAL h Capital Stock Surplus SIOO.OOO - 23. 700 luui nt Superior Plumbing YEARS EXPERIENCE s, d. Somerset, Kentucky. Odorless Water Closets, Frostproof Water Pipes, Porcelain Bath Tubs Asrcctalty. NONE. DEALERS IN a -- K: WEAREN, Dhai.ur In WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO Gilt edge relcrcnce In and out Ask your Danvlll friends about my woik. Th Directorr ot this Hank is composed ot Forcstua Itnd, Lincoln couuty; S.T. Hams, Lincoln; J. II. Collier, I.inMln; J. W, Hayden.btanfHrd; S, II. lUughman,! Line4a; W. A.Trlbble.Staulord; M. D. Duiote, Stanford; T. P. Hlll.tiianlurd, K. L. laiincr, McKinney; M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernou.ICy 8. HockU, Preeldeut; J 00. ). McRobcrts, Cashier; A. A MeKinnevi Asst.CashUr olthe State. J.S.Hocktr, Stanford; T. F. CLARKE, STANFORD, KY. Good. Clean, Cheap In exchange. Corn andJIay taken Come and see us. J. T. J'OITS, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky Paint. Estimates luraished for palntinjr Wood, uaranteed. Metal and lion Roots. Satlsiaejjpn All roots punted with De.u'i Mack Diamond Dealirs in l'amt rjuaranteed for years. Iron Filtira,bent Oalvan-Uo- d Pumps and Galvanized ai tl Black Iron Roofing of all kinds, and . Cis-tn- rn thoui" "Said she was glad to meet ono person who was willing to pass for what ho really was and not affect to know inoro than ho did. After that wo got on Solo proprietor Dean's lilack Diamond Rool liko n house nfiro." "Thnt must havo been beforo I caught Bight of you." "Porhaps it was. Then wo got to talking about n book wo had both read, and I tuiido use of n French phraso which Gccnied to describo it better than any- Farming Implements of all Kinds, Wag bns, Buggies, Carriages, Carts, 'Buckboards, &c, SEE MY CORN CRUSHERS! The Greatest Convenience a Farmer ever had. , selves the first month. Cooke's J. Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Uoils, Pustules, Farmers Bank&Trnst OK Co STANFORD, KY., ready lor busiucss wit I -- Is new fully'or,jnied and They pay for them- - Paid up Capital of Surplus, . thing el&o." "And wasn't sho pleased with that?" "I guess so, but that was tho cud of rrv Ttl.1Tav.RR ASS HHRD OK it." THE London. i RILEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. - "Pshaw, yon'ro off your base. How KSS3f.hSrdHB" guaranteed. HOGS. Addiei' could F. B. RILEY. Proprietor, - ....,. ri m mv niv Hotel and an better rcrardd than ever to accommodate the public S T.i.ervattachod and every convenience d tlrtd. Give men call. 77 , "Sho said: 'Oh, you speak French,' don't you? How uicol' nnd began to rattlo it off liko n steam engine" "Woll, butrou" "I had Miid tho only Fronoh know. " Chicago Tribulie. phraso that end it?." My Breeders were selected from tnebpat herds of this famous breed of swine In several different States. A aplendid lot ol pigs of lillreul agrt for tale. Bred sows a spe.la'tv. Satisfaction iiw M imAiiumumwi-mL'.mmjBM-mtmt- nfflaaHaaafMQKT3QaALOaiaaaQMptaBjs J.oirepondence solicited. I R. H. JBRONAUGH, Ky Crab Orchard, . Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and IQT Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it ter Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by $200,000. 0,000. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, iipiiri niUMii THB HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, ii a- r ' Is Agent for The I Ulntual Lilejiisurauce Co ' And The Aotna Accident Insurance Company. Heat and Moit Favorable Term A Mnitcr St rolt i Testy Old Gent Huh? Do you think yon can support my daughter in tho itylo towhioh sho has been accustomed? Yquug Suitor Woll, no, but I can support- her in tho stylo to which her mother was accustomed for a good many years after sho married you. Old Gent (subuuedi 'J'nL-- im- axi. nnn no lmpny. Now YnrJ; ooklv. . - W. 13. McRobcrts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, H. B. RUPLEY, ; Craig & Mocker, " asstt and under (be same management. y provisions of Its cliauer, depositors are as lully protected aa aia depositors tn National Hanks, it shareholders being held individually lutolc to the extent of the amouut of their slock thsroin at the par value thtteot, iu addition to Ihs amount invested in such shares. It may a. I at executor, administrator, trustee, &C, r.s fully W aniudividual. To those who entrusted their buiamess 10 us while rnnaginir the Lincoln National Hank, ot Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks anti oust they will continue to transact their businca with us, oiiering as a guarantee for prompt atun-tlo- n to samtf, our twenty year' expenouce U tuuikias and as liberal accommodations as arc coa istnnt vrith sound banking. Now closing up) with the same 11 BEMERgfiiNT TAILOR Is Receiving, his $& - 4 - - -- The Kentucky river rose 10 feet at Irvine Saturday night, and at ltst re- coita WR8 cl Insurance still rising. AuGoods Wat mmMmmiimmmmm&mmMm ranted and Perfect Fit Guaranteed. a V 4. "I r. - r- - I imp T. ir- -ii ii. 1 Give him a Call. W. C. Wolford, Ilustonvillc. F. B. Twidwell, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Rros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours forJHcalth, JamivS T. Cooke,' Harrodsburg, Ky. Williams, MtVcruoo; S, H. Shanks, btanford; J. S.lOw.ley, Stanlord; J. piRxcToitt: S.J, Kiatry, Stanlord; J. 1). Ojrsley, Sunlorl; J. F Cash, Stanford; William Gooch,, Stanlord; blanks, President, A. W. Carpenter,;MllledRovilU, W. II. Cummins, Frtachcrivilli v. H Dr. J.M1. OwsJey, Cashier, W: M. Hright,Tller. i t t " -- ' I . it, ,1 ii,mi,l..iWii iie ..M.u..J-y-i- li.ia.iiiiA.MV.i.iwiwiiii"i'iiixJiiassa