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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896120801 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 W EEKI VOL. XXV. LANCASTER, OAllKAlil) COUNTY. llthitii FACTS AND FIGURES to the Mamiw, SUx-- 4J V r: & Ml A, fxinrioffYo lOITRMAI JlJ JsL ILJJLvS-.-a.- - Mii ow k nc? .ILk,,, t: JL ftw-urtJ STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 8. 4S96. HUSTONVILLE. ril NO. 80 ST . ' Dipt. T A. Hi k t u lias soma to Allan tn with h cat lorn of tlllllt-8- . Shftrifl T. U. Ksbinaon took twouoii victB to Frankfort himI Hwttled wttli th auditor, thus killlne two birds with on Btonu. Ileia oni of ttiH tuUliMri!N tlint Gnrritril ever hud ami tbu jMoplu Kni?r-nllof all parth'H. realize thin fac'. Misa Snllie HI kin Iuh n prlvrt i ntndlo at Mra. West's on Stanlord Htret. HUv lias nine pupils nod tlvdurvtM lh pttron-h- o of tliH public, an linr Hkill in pl in every nx has become h watcli-wor- d boiiBebold wheru her excellent work has been Been. -- Dr. J. H. Kiniwird lim tradnl hia residence on Stanford ntrnet for ttie real dunco of William Ward on Lexington Avenuu. They h.ivo moved and the. have a telephone lino built from hia new home to hia ofliiM nenr hia late residence In order that his numerous patrons nuy not bi forced to pn to Ida residence. Gen. D. K. Collier, who ban been here with hia family for a few daya, to Frankfort vcsterdar. Mrs. V. G e nnieraon baa Kne to visit her J. diUKhter, Mrs. T. J. Moren, at London county, A, F. Moberlr, of Uncolu brother-In-aof Dr. J. A. Amou, has moved to McUreary, this county. Dr. Anion located at that place some months ago and now haa a lucrative practice. The g.iuie of foot ball between Lnn caster Btid the Second Centre College teams was played here on Saturday, resulting in a victory of S to 0, in favor of the Ditivilln team. Another Kinn will be played by the bhiiih teams at the mine of Mr. U. It. place next Saturday. the Linciatur team, la autlerliu from nn injury received. The irime is (juit- en- tertaining, but the Leg elature should in terfereaud paoa a law prohibiting It on account of the many accldentH which ov cur and the deaths that follow. H A -- The tunlon iMtied 'or Fmitie n man a drink of wtnaky Nie for giving oni'lectlon day has einrd considerable comment since the pardon win dated of '"- h Nov 21 mid U.h Indictment prrwtd- turned until the 'Jfiih. Such a log being irregular, Hon. J. S. 0Meyt Ir . Commonwealth AUo'noy. whu is an a'Mtand fearlebs prosecutor, wroce the governor to know wtio advieed htm of the Indictment. Trio answer stated that W McC. JohiiHon. county attorney, whoso duty it Is to assist Mr. 0aloy in prosecutions, informed bun tint Noel and the pardon whs I. ad been Imlict-- d granted on statements nude by him. The matter will b furthnr Investigated y, w K 0. T. ,1V, Calm. McKinley l'rotjieriti, Corn is Bcarce here at J1.25;per bar- Ilrmn, Etc. W. A.Coiley bought atound McKinMcKinnky, Dec. fi. -- The Knihto of ney 80 fat hogs nt.J2.80. the M'cctheua of Robert E. Ln Tent Mr. John Steele Carpenter is limping No 10 elected here Knight around from the efTects of a rusty nail Commander, J. L. Tanner; Lieutenat v Mich he stuck in his foot. Oommander, f! D MeUlnre; Past r, -- Mr.( W. R. WllliamB tells us thtt Shannon MclClnne; UMplnin. he bought for Mr. C. C. YanAredalo W. 11 Gone; Sequent, V. M Tanner; from T. L. Carpenter 500 bushels of Com-mande- rel. W W ami; k jr told you s For Our 'A 7 asasaaas Koepir, Mis. Polly Carpenter a ,d daughter, Mies Molife, of Knob Knoaler, Mu aru guests of Mrs. J. W. Powell, Mr. J. W. Davis and bride, who was Miss Fannie Lee Harper, of this place, are expected GllEENllEllll Y BRIGHT. here from Glasgow this week. He bad Thieves tried to enter. JameB Frye'a As he appeared 49 years hgn. taken in Deputy Supremo State residence Friday and failing, went to photographs taken not long before hia Commander M. F. Eikin and Joe F. Mra. Hattle Bishop's, whereiltbey sucdeath, but we were unable to procuie Waters, of Stanford Tent No. 7, aasibi-in- x ceeded for this isin gutting into the diuiugroom. ono from which to make a in the work. About a half doz n Yells from Mrs. B. brought out several sue. new petition are "on the string" for the heavily armed nun, who shot several A few lines in our last issue told of the next meeting The Itocky Mountain goat times but failed to hit any of the scamps. death of Mr. Greenberry Bright, which they use is a daisy and well kept, Jumps J. W. Allen, T. L. Carpenter and L-- occurred at the home of his son, George h'gh and is hard to ride. Of the quarter Held, who have recently been fWhinR P. Bright, at 3 v. m., Dec. 3, space at tho of a .Million members of the K. 0. T. M. was received barring in Green R vor, brought back 75 to 100 hour that thene-Order there is not a better oillcer or one pounds of fish. They caught several sal- further notice at the lime. Death was who has the good of the Order dapper or mon which weighed from 5 to G pound. the result of a general riving awar of closer at hnrt than Sir Knight Ed. Tan- Carpenter and Reid say that Jim Allen the vital forces and it came without ner, of which fact he has made a practi- can discount Iziak Walton as a fisher- struggle or apparent pain. He waa born cal demonstration in the lust two years in this county in 1803, making him nearE. C. W. man. in tlm capacity of record-financ- e keeper. ly 94 yenrs of Hge. Iu 1S20, ho went to In fact, all the members here are enthuSOMEWHAT LOCAL. TeuiiPfS4e to live and located at Bollivar, siastic and prond that they belong to an Georgo Marple wad killed by the where be carried on the business of tanOrder which in the National Fraternal wagon near ning and nr.ule considerable money. The overturning of a saw-lo- g Congress (which insl ht Louisville a few same year that he went to TenneBseo he Lebanon. days Bgo, composed of about 10 secret Tho Loncaiter Knights of Pythias married Miss Uettie Crisp. Five chil Orders) stood first as a fraternal no meet on Thursday night, a night dren were born to them, four of whom aa to good accomplished by survive, Mrs. L. B. AdaniB, Mrs. R L. earlier than heretofore. relief of brothers, widows and orphans, Fred Durham, a son of Poitmashr White, Mrs. G. A. Swiuehroad and Geo. and which now already has a surplus of W. Diiniam of Mtddleburg, is nine P Bright. Mr. Bright returned to KenJ. n quarter of a million dollars and 'JoO.OOO tucky in 1S05 end later all his children years old hikI weighs 220 pounds. members as it approaches the "sweet 10" The Harrodsburg Graded School foot followed. The id j w of hia other son, mile po of its existence, having outball tnaui beat Hok!stt Academy team, Mrs Jennie Bright, lives in Middlesboro stripped all others in rapidity of growth, and has t o children. All told the old of Danville, Saturday. Score 11 to 0. which has been p!irininiinl everywhere telephone line will bo run from 'f ntlbunn leuvea fourchildn n,27grund A exi'iptlu Kentucky, in hie' State we Somerset to Burnside, Qlio, Fr.zier, Mill children and 25 have, however, nearly 1,'JOO members. making 50 descendants In ttieU'l three week DO odd have been Springs, Steubenville, Monhcello and Mr. Bright and Si'iire John S. Mur-phAlbany. added to Lexington tent by Bro. E.kin, learned tb tanning bmiuesi at the The L. & N. has isamd an order that who tells nn fie nidinbership in that on tne pay car mint be a ime ptact audbith mado money out o' city wi I nearly reac'i 20.) by Jtirutmas. the firearms it. At Bibiv.tr, Mr. Bright conducted a while a son of Rev. Dr. Boyett has about thoroughly cleaned and inspected before very large tann try Hnd his business grow each trip. gotten up and ready fur organizitiou a to immense proportions till the war came Misses Sallio Leo and Eug-uiilarge tent at OxuiHoro. The pictures aad nearly destroyed it. When ho reYoung, have bought the frame residence ol the father of the Order, Supreme R on Lexington avenue, owned by Mr. Jas. turned to Lincoln county he said he had N. S. Boynton, and of come home to die, aud although that Commander D P. Markov adorn A. Curry, for $5,750 Danville Advocate. was 31 yo&ri ago, he did die on the farm Halley McCarty, a Negro who hos the walla of the McKinney lodgo room. been minted in Rockcastle county since on which ho was born He followed Several in'smhera ol Midlleburg tent February, for the killing of Henry Clark the business of farming and stock raiswere present at the review here ing and made a success of it. At the of slid brotherly love ihwed as freely as over a game craps, was arrested at time of his death he owned over 1,000 and taken to Mt. Vernon. did tin St. Asaph recently when it land, which he valued Collector Ro lea' revenue receipts for acros of blue-urge- s cashed awar the dam of the reservoir November aggregated $hS2,SG2 5l Of a' $40 to $50. Though he left hia eor, CJIElt'SASSUCIA TION. TEA of the Stanford Water, Light and Ice this amount f 180.035.7S was on spirits. George P Bright, and the Farmers Bank I'rogam for next meeting at Stanford Company. and Trust Co., his executors, be viae Mr. W. A. Colley bought of Mrs. Neal, The total collections exceed those for the practically his own executor, for a few in tno College Chapel, Dec. 12, beginning John F. Cash,S. M. Oweni and J. F. aamo month l8tyear by over f 111,000. at 10 a. M.: In the award of contracts for wagon days before his death he deeded GOO 1 by Dr. Gover SO hogs nvorajlng 150 pounds at I. Openine exercises conduct e department J. acros of land to Mt. Bright, 400 to Mrs. service iu the S2.S0. J. L. Beck sold to Lyon & Allen William Shelton. C. Johnson, of London, secured one of Whitoand200 to Mrp. Swinebroad, all Tan-ner.'Jra n, Master at Anna, Mpc SiiiKletnn; let Master of Guarde, Jac l Homtnl8tein, I'd Maalerof Guarde, W. a CoiPj; Senti-nel- . Georue llnirhc; Pick!, K. L. r. WhIihucIi excellent eot of oill-cethis tent will il inrinh ah a Grei-Bay tree. Several new members wev El. J. Tanner; wheat at 05c 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 QvRrmflts. Bruits. Sfines. Buti- - l hnm ninVfrn;; nnmfTfn UDID, DICUIMjID, uuimuno, ! ct Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Flannels, Canton Flannels, Cloaks and Capes at Astonishingly Low Prices Notwithstanding the recent advances. Fine Lot of We are offering a s At Reduced CLOAKS AND CAFES Prices. Buy any questions. your Shoes now. Don't ask A hint to the wise is sufficient. SEVERANCE & SON. A SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST. -- benefl-cUrys'jcie- ty L. - j Being overstocked in the following lines and crowded for room I have decided to n, v Close Out For 30 Days For Spot Cash, A beautiful stock of Silverware, Clocks, Watches, Cut Glass and Chinaware, Jardiniers, Decorated Chamber Sets, Lamps, Picture Frames, Bibles, Bric-A-Brac, rd-Keeper ie Jewelry And Groceries, In endless variety. iMuch care has been devoted to the selection of these lines. Unmatchable Styles ani Unapproachable Prices will move them quickly. At and below Cost from now on. ro Fo Bo TWXilDWffiSyTj, Dealer in Drugs, Fancy Groceries and Notions, - Hustonville, Ky. poat-oflic- 2 Wrlcotno Address, I'rof. F. J. Dully. 3. Response, L. It. Hughev. "0"TIIIT'CIIrIO'I" 5. Solo, Mias Mary Co wen. Discipline, E L. Grubba. 0. A Taper, Miss Minnie Monday. I. 7. Compound Numbers, MIps Minnie Enbanks. H Primary MenUl Arithmetic, Mils Nora Phillips. !). A Paper, Miss Fannie Underwood. 12 M. DINNRII. 10. Paper, Subject, "How to use, shall, will, may, can, must, might, could, would and ahould," Prof. W. O. 12. A Grin-stead. II. Model Teacher, N. W. llugbis. Spelling Methods, P. W. Carter. A I Klndergarton, Miss Mollio Itunlott. 1 j. Language, Misses Ethel Wright and Kate Hays. 15 Writing -- How to Teach Mattio Sacra. 10. The Importance of Litin to a Student ol English, Vrol. H. J. Pinkortou. 17. Geography, E. E. Young. 18. leading, Miss Mary Carter. 10. Elocution, Miss Easio Bnrch. 20. Composition, Miss Ida Olnrk. How to Make it Inter-estin21. History The Aesoolatlon. All vialting teachersjwill bo tin retddeut teachers friends. nnd their E. L. Gbuhiw, Vico Pres. 13. it-Mies onlertnin-edatthohomes- c, of Lt. A. G.Sharpley, adjutant of tho 2nd Hegimont, who was imported from Lexington to act na door keeper of the House of Representatives during tho war times last winter, and was afterwards given a guard's pUeo in tho peuitentiary, is accused of intlmaev with a female convict, nnd has been given n chance to Miss Emum Moore, euuor oi mo Beacon, attacked W. U. Gather, odi tor ol tho Attallu Herald, with a horsewhip at Attalla, Ala., and gave him a sound drubbing. The cause of the was nn uneomplimontury allusion in tho Herald to tho father of tho young at-tac- .. .... ro-Bi- wethers and ewes ot2 and lijc. K. L. Tanner, Jr., has rentod the Dunn farm forlS07 for 1500. He has made several other trades in the last day or so, having bought of A. J. Burton a lot of shoate hi 3i: and contracted to Winter lots of cattle at tc per lb. for all ho adds to their pres- oat weight, besides taking from Garrard parties a lot of Aldorney ealvas to keep through the predicted long and cold Whiter, every one of which will "eat its head oil" before Christmas, as on this ciHSi of stock especially has the price nn run to the top of tno McKinley Prosprr-ttf hermoinett r, which prosperity, to use a favorite phrase of Col. T. P. Hill, "unrR my prediction, gentlemen," will not materialize until ice trutz.'s in hades ot eulllcientttncKiusi to idmit'of dauger-les- s esatiiig. A creat many votois hereibout Need a tonic ior ttie liver, For they havn't felt the least bit uood fttnee the defeat of Bryun ami silver. I made an effort to ascertain il tho McKinney Sewing Society had roiumed tmsiuess since the election of McKiuley, but did not succeed. The McKinney CanniiuCo. has not, however, but Wal ter Fields' blacksmith shop is beiiig run wide open at Turnorsville. Tanuer Hall, over Tanner Bros.'a store makes an excellent lodge room and it is unusually convenient and comfortable these cold nights. The McKinney Masonic lodge, with about 10 members, seems to be in a most nourishing condition. Diligent search has developed no clue as to the identity of the robber of the store of Tanner Broa. Slick ducks evi dently wero tho perpetrators. Jon F. Wateus. 10 y the Brooklyn, N. Y. routes at $4,499 per lying in the Hubble neighborhood, 1G0 X annum, and J. A. Craft, of Louisville, acres near Hustonville to Mra. Adams, one of tho Bulhlo, N. Y. routes at $2,432. and his Middlesboro property and 300 ;j Tho Bonlof Mr. and acres of land at Hubble to John W. and fonr-year-o- ld Mrs. Sim Rilnoe. died quite) sudden'y of messlrs and croup. The blow was a se vere ono to the parents who have the sympathy of all. The remains of tho little fello a were taken to StanfordMnd interred in the old family burying ground, Middlesboro Nowb. Jim Sawyers, who murdered Dr. Bumsido at Barbourville and got oiTwilh 15 years, is still iu J4il,though his caee has been afUrmod a month or more. Ho is a relative of Congressman Co'ison, who thought Gov. U'ttdley would pardon him on that account, but he wouldn't do it because of hia friendship for Cashier Kinnaird, of Lancaster, and now old man Worthington is being worked for the pardon, which will likely bo forthcom- Miss Luella Bright, children of his dead 't nnn. He had 34 shares of stock in the Farmers Bank and Truxt Co. of Stanford and 15 in tho Biyle National, besidfB money and other property which is yet 'SI IE ir c We are receiving our Holiday Goods. come here for iS ;:;i v Don't forget to Ci' I to bs divided. The apparent difference la the amounts given his children grows nad given all of out of the fact that them money and o her valuables before in variouB amounts, which he named with wonder'ul clearness and exactnpra to Mr. John Bright tti day before his death, and whien wss written down bv UV him. Though known aa a very close map, his honesty aud integrity was never questioned. He nevar failed to pay every cent he owed and he wanted every one due him. For 50 years he was an elder in the Caldwell Cumberland Pres b)terian church in Boyle and was al ways its mott liberal contributor. In fact, though he mtde no show of it.be K save much to the church nnd to charity. Not long ago ho give $500 to a church in Louisville aud he has frequently paid )c the salary of a preacher who had an appointment in his neighborhood. The comforts of religion were hia in the dying hour and enabled him not only to be resigned hut anxious to go and bo at ' BARGAINS ICyX Y- I tt Prescriptions filled from the very best Drugs and Chemicals by and Experienced Pharmacist. W. B. MoROBBRTS. :: j i u; ing. UUlUiLE. E Miner sold15 900 pouud stoers to Montio Fox at 3.32. LI. B. Cox's little girl died of kidney trouble Friday night. Elder Tinsley will preach at the Christian church hero Friday night, the 1 CRAIG & HOCKER, DEALERS IN Y4;f ,' - -- J -- "Drugs, SVusttviccuIs, CKls, Pairuus, Painters' Supplies aud Druggists' Sundries. ai-tal- la k J. P. Roberts, of tho Cornell University experiment station, says bo has dehorned 1.000 cattle, and it is not cruel; cows herd bettar; they do not fight, and tho operation is not as painful Hutj God knowB as pulling a tooth. enough. that's bad There are J.425 characters ia tho 21 books written by Dickens. vcomnn. Prof. edited by Benjtmiu Franklin, wasBold in Boston for $1,250. - Reports from the storm-swedistrict of Nebraska show that a great number of cattle perished. -- Tho value of tho 15,000 000 horses in the U. S. is estimated at Jo00.000.000. In 1SS0 the 11,000,000 wero worth 1000,000,-C0A prayer-boog pt 0. A bill, which iuedect licenses a man to kill the despniler of a femalo relative, htH been introduced in tho Alabamn legislature. A Western exchange says a lady ate persimmons which puckTbo Inat session of tho 51th Congress souiH ered her mouth so that alio whistles ev- began yesterday and will put up its shutters at noon, March 4th, next. ery timBBhe broathes. half-ripe Our Btugn line has changed hands again It is now owned and operated by a Mr. Estis. Same hogs havejehangod hands hero in tho last few days at 3Jc. Turkeys are worth 0j at Hubble. Tub Anderson, our new blacksmith, has moved his family and taken possession of the Spoouamoro shop st this , point. Bright is talking of going Sou.h to practice his profession. The community will miss him here, if he goes, as ho is a idea young man. Our tobicco growers are wondering here all tho Imyorj have gouo to, as several crops are now raady for shipment. Corn seems to be scarcer than usual at II per barrel. S. Daubar has a young Plymouth R.ck rooster of hia own raising, wh'ch weighs 10 lhi. O. M, Adams Bold his crop of oats to J. J. Walker at 20c. A. O. Carman delivered J. A. Hammonds a (lock of turkejs at 91o a piece. -. v 11th. t It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. Give us a call and be convinced. JrV-rfrJ)tT'L reBt. Jj k x--- The funeral eermoa was at McKendree church by its pastor, Rev.W. S. Grinstetd, and the nwiains were brought bare at noon Stturday, followed by hosts of relatives and friends, and laid away in Builtlo Cemetery. - Doors, Sash and Blinds, Matal RDMHg- "Christmas TimeH. is comiug". Calloway get Now this is an entire mistake. Christinas is stationary. It neither comes nor goes. It occurs the same time every year.-- What you tnomt to say was that we ere moving toward It seems some people can never things straight. rrTiAB&J mm ' Shingles, Etc. Christmas. Hopkinsville Kentuckian. m fc toll-gat- A. C. SINE, Stanford, JZy. President. French, Eneluh All jpeJlallits. rhinuih cririeiin Latin, Greek, ths famous Hiuo StudenHuj Tca-h'7 KUcutlon. Situated in Mathemitict, Natural and Monl Soeuce. Muilc, An and of lection of tolls aftor hia gate had been Gran section ot K.mtucky ; diitiniunhed ror hMltltu'aeu climate, beauty of scenery, rcftueraent t 7. Hefora Address, once chopped down, and after ho had re- of society. Kail SmiIou opens SeptemberCUtalogUJ.deiidmc whete you will sec your daujhters next ycar.be sure to wrllo lor Our New ceived a final warning. MRS. NAN.IJJ S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanford, Ky. ,tf M Turnpike regulhtora burned tho e on the Owenton pike, three miles from Frankfort Thursday night. was kept by Thomas Hunter, a ono armed man. He had resumed the colTin-gate TECB STAFFORD FBM&IE OOIiIiBGE, WILLIAM SHELTON, ir s. r B V !! m r i M n WE CRAB ORCHARD. son ol E. It The TflKicy fingers oUdeath aro closing j itler, ol ilopkinsville, strangled to death (The correspondent Rives an account the Louisville Truth and soon will be no more. Judge W. M. Finley while cotiL'lilni?. ot the Bhooting ot Jim Ndwland, but it Moses B. Allen died at Mexico, Mo., han hppn nnlnr.kv in his investments, (or our local Dec. 8, 1896 which together with the hard times, has from injuries received in a foot ball game had already been written Stanford. Kv., page. Ed.) proved too much for it and an assign- Thanksgiving day. Mrs LaliaCradv and daughter joinIt has been found that Wm. Settle, a ed her husband In Nashville Friday. Mr. ment was necessitated. The iudse is a W. P. WALTON. J good newspaper man and will have no former book keeper of the U. S Buildiug Pepper and family of Paris are visiting trouble in securing a lucrative potiMon Association at Louisville, stole $12 000 of Mr. and Mrs. A H Bastln. Mrs. Fanthe concern's funds, of in the profession. nie Donnelly, of British Columbia, who In refusing to accept a certificate A wAlthv Ohio woman committed Always looking for good things for you, always hustling around to technicality, has been visiting her Bister, Mrs. Mar election to Congress on a POLITICAL POINTS. from tho suicide by jumping well. gnret Gormley, left for hor brother's in orovide von with the best in our line at the lowest possible prices Hon. H. D. F ood, of Virginia, does HardCovington Saturday and alter a short and there have been unmistakable signs of the public's approval. gave McKinley a plu window of a hotel in New York. counted for his opMassachusetts With all the ballots ly a grease n t was left ot her. visit will leave for ner home Tho Bi- This weed we've been intended (0 be by the rnhtv of 173,205. ponent that were busy and we want you to know it, because it Mrs. Jack Arui'tt, wifo of an Ketmblicat s of Pulaski county will sters had not mot before for 15 yeaiB. opponent, Jacob Yost, had a elector, his peofrom Magoffin cmnty, atabbed at a primary to Dr. W.S. BcHzley and wife, of Lan is the best kind of an argument fcr our splendid values to have good majority, but the ballots of one nominate county officers severely in tho Mrs. ltelsy Pucfcett Cotne see for yourselves this week. caster, spout Sunday wltft.his parents. ple buy them. county had bis name a littlo different be held nt Somerset tebrunry 0. out Tho secretary of the interior recom breast, the climax of a quarrel. Mies Salllo Green returud to Stanford from the others and theBe thrown Conductor John Dugan, who lost Satnrdii. Mrs. 1). O. Payne went to S to' $12 n would have elected Flood. Tho canvaof mends an Increase from his job aa liinola Central couductor for London Friday to visit her husband, who Mexi ing board declared him elected, but he month for disabled and destitute making Gov. Bradley tak hia brogans is in business the Charley Singled n is too much of a gentleman and a patri- can soldiers. Congressman Cobb says Congrees oil the cushions. hnB been reinstated. has moved to the jKincs property. Mi, accept nn office procured in that ot to Michael Foley, of Columbus, 0., waa O. Rogers has rented tho Barker recognize Cuban belligerency, way and declined with thanks. Con- will President Cleveland recom- - given a year in tho penitentiary by Judge for the next year and move to it. Mrs. gress would have doubtless seated his whether Sage, of the U. S. court, for manufactur- M. A. Fish has taken of her First, an irresistible stock; second, the irresistible prices. Without opponent, but not till after a contest, mnnrla il or tint. .. a slot ma- farm for next year and moved out SaturThe Cincinnati Kecoril, whtcu issued ing lead nickels and cheating Lave been allow-ea word as to the why and wherefore, we stll this week at the followwhen Mr. Flood would ' day. paper Nov. 23rd, threw up tho chine with them. $2,000, so he shows that, unlike some its first The MasonB have taken five of Mrr. ing prices: Ladies' outing flannel skirts, fancy stiiped with border, India It i feared that the famine in Kentucky contestants, it is not money he sponge Dec. 3 W. O. Roefer was pro will be the worst ever known there in Navel's children to the Orphan's Home, full three inches wide, worth 40c. at 25c. Ladies' all wool skitt, full prietor and editor. is after. L. ft N. haB kindly conTwo Missouri postmasters have been spite of the recent ralu, which, it was Louisville. The size, fancy stripe, worth 75c, at 60c. Ulankets white io-.- at 60c a Mr. Dinolev. author ot ttie horizontal fired for pernicious activity and 200 have believed would in a great meaBuro re- sented to give the oldest son employCanton Flannel 5c, worth Dress his name, sayB Louisville, so that pair. Gents' Shirts 48c. ment in the shops in tariff bill, which bears had charges of a similar character pre- lieve the suffering. Red flannel 15c a the bill has no chance of passage in the ferred against them. The longest time sentence ever pass- he can support hjs mother and infant Ginrjham Sc White bordered Napkins 25c doz. can frequently yard. Turkey red Tabic Linen yard. Men's black Alpine Hats 8enate at this session, when he thinks no who ed on n prisoner in Montana was given sister there where she 25c The republican silver Senators, anrma hill will be enacted, lie fur walked out of the St Louis convention, William Day at Butte, for murder in the yisit her other children. The oldest worth $1.25 and Si. 50 this week at 75c. Ladies' walking hats, blue, ther says that the House will not agree are wondering whether they will be in- second degree. Judge 8pear sentenced daughter was taken to livo with an uncle black and brown, Full line of trimmed Hats for ladies. Ladies 75c. in Virginia and thin a once happy home o i another bill but will demand that the vited into the repnb ican caucus. him to 00 years in tho penitentiary. Hotter Senate pass it or none at all. It will Up to June 30 last, the United States is broken up and a mother's heart Btill Jackets $1.15 to Si 2. See our $1.25 and $2 ladies' Capes. There are already warrants againBt not do so and an extra session will be the State of 11,400,000 and Auditor Stone government had disposed of 004,000,000 made to suffer more, when it is already ones $3 to $15. neceesary to raise the additional reve- Bays he will on no account increase the acraa of the public domain, leaving over breaking from the loss ot her devoted recently killed by Frank nue. Mark Hanna says an extra session amount except to cover past accounts. 600,000,000 acres still vacant, not includ- husband, Brooks, whose trial occurs Tuesday. called nnd that makea it is sure to be Col Watterson Bays the time for real ing over 309,000,000 acres in Alaska. pistols be more certain than if McKinley had said statesmanship has arrived. This, in conIt is safer to ride on Bteatn veuseln When will murders cease and 000,000,-00- 0 banished from the land? it. nection with the fact tnat Col. Watter- than it ia to stay at home. Ot upon them under United piBsengerB had a page son also has arrived, may possibly mean SIIELli Y AND JUNCTION CITY. Sunday's Courier-JournStates government inspection during the raids, which something. or two anent the turnpike The Lady Maccabees cleared nearly It is true that Gov. O'Ferrall'a con past year, accident caused me ueain ui have added another blot to the name of That wants a suit of Clothing to visit our store this week. Hoy& over00 fn.ni their supper and drill. irginia but 03 cern over election irauua in the State. The trouble first began in was coats as low as $1, 2 5. Mary Men's, ovecoats low as $2.50. Men's suits as teacher repriLittle At Paris, when his at a rather late day, but he will Washlnalon county, where the people comeB an infraction of the severely burned about tho hips by her low as $3. We quote the few prices to show how prices run through fiscal probally be vigorous enough to mako up manded him for Rot restless over the delay of the rules, Tonco Badinger shot Bt him sever- clothing catching from a grate. pikes. for lost time. entire stock. court after they had voted for free Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Lyons, of LouisCongressional con- al times without etlect. One ball paesed There will be two The example was followed in the surstuSunday en ville, visited her mother here has fil- through the kinky hair of a female rounding counties till Beveral hundred tests from Tennessee. Patterson route to Casey. Mies Eugenia Pulllam, ed notice of contest against Carmack in dent but did no harm Rates were either torn down or burned. ol Georgetown College, is with her pa 10th district, and W. J. Ulift will Over 1,500 miles of pike constructed the ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. rents in this vicinity. election of John A. Moon in at a cost of 54,000,000 have become in- contest the Dr. H. S. OhBBe was in Cincinnati a imbIi market price for com. Highest the Third. A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, volved and there seems more to follow. few days since. Dr. Wm. B. Hunn is W. B. Smith denies that he zsoei x6on. Hon. T. D. RANEY, Manager. visiting relatlveB at McKlnney, Texas. George Starr piid $4,500 for a Horace Dumiak, manager of the Gib- told Sam Kash that the silver democrats Uncle Bob Reynold has returned from a by Director. House, Cincinnati, who was stake would not contest the election in the son Branch Stores: Foil Sale. Boar ready for Bervico. visit to his daughter, Mrs. Mary Morris, holder for many beta on the election, de- State. Mr. KaBh is therefore a liar and in Woodford. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthia no, cides that where any person bet that Mc- the truth is not in him, for it is impossi- E. U. Benzlev, Stanford. Riv. Boswell, of Lexington, will fill ho loaca, ble for a Smith to lie. J: Lynn bought of Dr. Clifton Woods Kinley would carry Kentucky, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, SO. the pulpit at the Christian church on the The Bowling Green Journal has sus- Fowler a bunch of fat hrga at 2 as McKinley did not carry the State, havand Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. U. D. Bright sold to S. M. Owens a I3:h, at which time the church will exing carried only 12 ot the 13 electors, but pended and its editor, Benj. Watt, has muli-for $123. thieo-yea- r tend him a call for every s cond Sunday. old if tho bet was that McKinley would car accepted a position on the Park City pair of j. is. naggin doukih jud.uuu worm. There was preaching at none of tho four ry the majority of the electors 01 a.en- - Times. This is the pper that Thomas churches Suudey Bnd many were disaptucky.ho has won. The decision nas Miller Oaeley edited for a while and got of thoroughhreus ai b,exiuKiu .ak nn ihn tiAtt of the Mc UU. ni !.. iimu inr Dnmulimlc nlan tn lose Two car loads of corn wauteu at pointed. Wi fit, .......1 a hie kick ..w Ul IU IIU.U W. vw.wm . : Misses Lily ana Nettie Shannon will oncetoBhip. See J. U. Baughman A and the question may go inBteadof himself Kinley betters 1! will attend a tacky party to be given of Co. Dr. Nelson Mays, brother 11 to the courta. Imp. Oandlewas brought $15,000 at Wednesday night by Mies Josio Cotlov Gov. Bradley, bee the proud distinction Tdk story that Gov. Bradley went to of being the governor's only relative that the Lexington Bales. J. B. Haggin at Milledgeville. Miss Lucille VanArs-dale- , : ia home from school at Midway Canton to ask Maj. McKinley whtther has not asked for office, says the Rich- bought him. heBhouldcall an extra session of the mond Pantagraph. The reason ia plain. John 8. Murphy, Jr , bought a lot of having hor eyes treated by lr. Oidham, or not, is a reflection on the Tho doctor is a democrat and doesu't butcher stuff at 3 cts. and some feeding of Lexington. Mies Myrtle Woodcock Legislature !Jj has returned from Chicago. MfiH Lily executive's intelligence. Gov. Bradley with the crowd that now seems to cattle at 3 40. returned home Tnursday from t may have gone to Canton and that sub- have a cinch on all the offices. -- L. L. Uerndon, of Scott, raised three Grubbs the funeral of her cousin, Mth. .Minnie Bpoken of, but be pounds, Young Gray. Mr. A. N. Wei a hoa i ject may have been If you want to hit a bolter who vot- steers that weighed nearly G.OOO : doeB not need McKinley, nor even the ed for McKinley just say something and not one of them over tasted corn. bought Mr. Marlin Kartell's farm and nill take possession Jan. I. Mr Harllrtt LouiBville Post, to tell him what to do. about the "era of prosperity" brought ayAil Farm Products taken in exchange. When 57 thoroughbreds average home in Florida Lexington Friday, it md wife niBke their mieeid here. Mra will call the extra session whenever about by the "restoration of confidence" He as they did at Tney w'll be greatly it teBt and when he is f siured which has followed the election of the looks like tie horse business ia picking Wm. Trosper has returned Brom a viml .lie deems !J) that something more can be done than ' Republican advance agent of prosperi- up. to her parents at Lily, bringing her . 135 bcm-- of the D M. vnnngersistir. Miss Dovie Norvnl, who fif was laBt Winter. In Woodford fiV ty." If there is a bolter present he will M'fw W.Smed-l- y will Httend Prof. Nilea' echool ..cr.scr.-.cr- c Messen- Mogee farm wi re bought by J. Mint-iDntton is with relatives in LexAj'btitios with 1,100 names of men squeal every at $150 and 120 acres by J. W. Tcck ington. ger. asking the governor to parand women Congressman Bailor, of Texas, who at $70. don Dick Tate, the absconding and de- epoke at Stanford during the campaign, Imported Order, fon of Band Or, Luther M.SrroBuo Mt Yjchnon. faulting State treasurer, has been pre- eys: "We still believe that a double wasBoIdat Lexing'on iBPt week to J U. wi preach at Mt. Vernon next .Snn.lfty the Worthington, who to Hiid will hold service regularly th'-sented to is best for the country, and, al- Haggin for $20,000 and will bo taken 1st Sunday in each inoiiiii. A litmnry granting it. Repub- standard epoke favorably of though we weto defeated thiH time, we California. organized by Mr. It G. Boeiety has licans ought to see that Trtte is pardon- are not disheartened, and will ptah tho HY Don't forget the big Cecil Bale in WjUinms Tli work will he nlorg llne ed. But for hio steal the cry of rotten- fight along tho same lines. I think that Boyle on the 10th and 11th. Besides a of on topic of the day. ness at Frankfort and the demand to unlf ss times get very much better it will large number of stock of all kinds, 1,130 ueneral information, sketches J trave . music and recitation. The fociety is "see the book" could never have been pe upeless "for the republicans to nomi- acres of land are to be eold. limited in number to 18 ard all art republisuccessfully worked to put the Covle, Kennedy & Co , have killed active memberfl The meeting" are to be nate a ticket in 1900." can party in power . be his atti- 12,000 turkeyB to date, or about 90,000 held monthly, refreshment!) will bserv When asked what would average price of ed and social featureB will enhance the tude towards a silver bill in Congress, lbs. They have paid au Editob Chestnut, of the Corbin pleasiue of the long winter evinnB. Richmond PantBgraph. meeting will t held tho 11th has built 110 houses in Corbin Gov. McCreary told a Louisville Times 5 eta. faniouB stallion, king The first Nutwood, the And Funeral Director. say to you what Btthhomn of Mrs. C!eo Brown and since its birth and has 20 more under man: "I shall have to Farm, and aire of Mr. R. G. Williams. besides. He Judge Robertson once said to a lawyer of the Highland Stock headway and runB his paper Also carry a nice line of Harness, Saddles, Hridles, Buggy Robes, week. who imagined a case and then proceed-e- many noted race horses, died last must be the busiest man in the Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. too busy His owners paid $20,000 for him 13 yeaia to discuss il. 'Thecourtia Vernon Signal. We take : Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e problems of 8? back all we Bald about him last week. to consider any but present The Barrow place of 65 acreB will be a He doesu't need to get money from his a pressing nature.' They won't have LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. sold by the commissioner county court build al Bilver bill, don't you see." subscribers. A man who could day in December. T. J. Bush, who Uvea Johnion St Flm, PliiBtlfTi, n.lTha Kingi MounThe term "Advance agent of prosthose houses baa money to burn and tain Canniof Co., Deli, lu Equity. the'premiBes, will show any one perity," applied to McKinley must mean on " give away. to . Pursuant to a judement of the Lincoln Circuit through. Court, rendered at the October term or uid court, that the prosperity ia not to come until Within the hut 10 daya 60 mulea 1S96, In the above cauie, tae undersigned Judge Landeb, who was appointed by after be is gone. The advance agent will on 4 to 0 yeara old, 14J to 10 handp, Dealers In Gov. Bradley to fill the vacancy on the doea not.uaually travel along with the from Warron county. to 1100 in 22d i896 appellate bench, occasioned by the death ahow. 8o we suppose the prosperity will sold at $50 Twenty one from 15 to 10J hands, were of Judge Grace, baa atepped down and come ambling along after McKinley ahall On the premises at Kingivllle, Kr tell at public Bbipped to Now Orleans and coat $110. all oi the ont and J. D. White, not the crested have vacated his seat to some good demcent, of tho outcry to the highest and ofbest bidder the defendant, the real and personal property It appears that 72 per baa donned the ermine. Judge ocrat, who will usher in the real article. Kings Mountain Cannlog Co. The real piopoity farms in the United 8tatea are free from con slits of a certain Tract of Land upon which is Pryor'a term does not expire till Jan. 1, Hanover, Va., Herald. , a fact and a gratify- located defendant's mortgages. This is Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line o and then the court of appeals will averThe municipal war in Louisville has fact, which "knockB ing and age up fairly with police judges. broken out afrtsb, the board of aldermen Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Btufling" out of many loud and having again preferred impeachment the frame building with haMmrnt. To wit, a Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. harangues. Col. Walter 8. Forrester, who has proceedings againBt the board of public Said real property is bounded as follows: flint to conat a stone on the Cincinnati Southern HallJames B. Gentry hBS a made a strong, but n stone, safety. The charges cover about the 13 poles great way, running N. 51 K.thence d. 7 links tolinks to a corner to l'ltrce's lot 41 E. t; tinue the Frankfort Capital aa a daily, same ground as the previous charges up- filly and a weanling colt by the line, thence N. 51 K. 6 polea stone has finally had to succumb and change on which the board was removed, but Imp. Ordor, which sold for $20,000 latt 4 linksintosalil Pierce's a stone, thne H. 51 W. 6 poles to a We regret it very much, reinstated by court order, the matter be- week. They are out of hia grand old stone, thence S. 31 W 11 poles 8 lmk to a stone it to a weekly. of of right Hindoo. He on the linethence S. of waythe Cincinnati Southerna tight or ay to Railway,' along for he ia a strong and entertaining writer ing carried to the court of appeals. The brood mare, Ganges 2nd, by making the point where said neht of way if action is simply to put the offices in restent, thinks his filly ia a world beater. whom we enjoyed reading, even after widens by an oflei, thence on in an H'sterly di3 poles All records as to receipts at the Kan. rection along said right of wabeginning. 8 Hi ks to a we did not agree with him on many publican hands. Alio the sione, thence S. 31 .. to the questions. eas City atork yards were broken one day following MORE NEWS NOTES. last week when 1.002 cars of live Block Already 147 imagining statesmen Two men woro killed and two others were received, This beats all previoua have had themaelvos mentioned for tho seriously hurt in an accident at Niagara records by 139 car loada. There were re- Ont Hteam Boiler, Engine made by the blnker few cabinet positions to be filled by Pair of Large Davis Co., Indianapolis, Ind., Falls. ceived 40.007 animals, including 15,679 Fairbanks Scales, a Lot of Tomato lioxes, Cans but there iB nothing aure but tomaTwenty-onprisoners were taken lor shipping and haull-Han-rcattle.1003 calvee, 25,3 15 hogs, 4,554 aheep and Crates usedtools and machinery now in said toes and all the death, taxes and the fact that Mark from LouiBville to the penitentiary Sat- and 445 horses and mules. building and used by the defendant company and will be in it to a very large extent. Its receiver in the operation of said Canning Kac urday. Lyon & Allen bought last week 250 tor. A Pollander at Braddock, Pa., beat hogs at 2 J to 3c; of A. M. Pence a car The said real anil personal property will be sold John R. Fellows, the New York Kings Mountain Canning of Kentucky to his baby to death because its crying an- - i,.,i nf l.HOODoand cattle at 3.80: of D. to pay the debts the Company. who waa brought to property will be sold on a credit of 11 The said , him. H. Johnston 35 cattle at 2J to 3jc, and of months. Bond with approved personal security tell Palmer and BuckDer tba$ they were noved head-end collision on the South- - varloU8 partjeaa lot of Bheep at$2.40 to will be required of the purchaser or purchasers -- A decov ducks for McKinley, to be used aa Moreland for ing force and effect o judgments and paid, to , roar.hn.1 himself in the campaign ern Pacific railroad, near Waelder, Tex., 34 rpllBy BOi,j to William welching from bearing interest from day of sale until payable hav Such as Chairs, Pictures, Rugs, Medallions, Center Tables, Tabrou-retteR. C. WARKEN, t ir Mo. r f2 rattle the commissioner. in the death of two engineers, M. C. L. C C. Mirrors, Music Cabinets, Easlcs, &c. and will be dead before thia item ia read. j resulted 79 800 to 1,050 poundB at 3 to 3c. firemen and one brakeman. two waa considered a great orator. He Ward-around 3FMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOUKNE Are Hlmays Bt It tilth-stor- y r. Hc-utt- Special Department for Clothing and Shirts Made to Order. 1 d ,".:. 7c. II Will Fay Every Man and Boy al D-lt- on THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. two-year-o- ld s I -- in-la- w il '.' tr-ti- i! Buy your Coal now before it". goes up, for the Winter. & CO. r $1,-47- 6. 1 1 J. H. BAUCHMAN s time.-O.venB- boro -- K-v, 1 Lt.-Go- v. bn UNDERTAKING pelf-cnltu- ro jr. c. Eo-temri- sp. Practical Trimmer, Embalmer sra.ART, & moun-tains.-- d Commissioner's Sale. pa-pe- ra er FARRIS HARDIN, &g&$4& jay-hawk- Groceries, Hardware, Glassware Queensware and Tinware. rose-colore- d long-wind- ed Canning Factory, two-sto- ry Bruin-nin- e up-hi- ll two-year-o- ld Prices to Suit The Times .W W WJTflES. Has Useful Christmas, - PERSONAL PROPERTY 1 1 g y, e nt ora-to- r, Birthday Presents "Wedding & s, u .1 . Lv m. i.t iT , .f... ,J ii,. 1TI a. rfr "yS 4 mi-Wee- y fc McKinncy's. . . You will please call and eeltle your acStanford, Ky., - Due. 8, 1896 Bio auccesa at fitting spectacles. Give count with W. II, Wearen & Co. at ua a trial. Craig & Mocker. once. Ouu tmeses give satisfaction. 75c and E. C". Walton, Business Manager. Tub report that gained currency here f 10. Craig & Hocker. yesterday morning that B. P. Martin had Thy a box of Price Hays' aoap. Tho shot Craig Camden and perhapa killed YoUBhould Uku your preecrlptiona to FotuiyVdruK storu wtieru prompt and best medicated soap in thu market. him, proved a canard, started it ia said accurate service la guaranteed. by a fellow named Parson b. Tka sets, dinner sets, toilot eota, Ac. Goon Nkwb foh Ikachxiib. Superin Get our cash pricen. Higgina it McKin- PEIMUS'AL POISTS. tendent of Public Instruction announces ney. Junius G. V. Miuluiik, of Mt. Ver.. that early tt U week 10 per cent of the non, WHahere Fridny. Goon property at Crab Orchard for appropriation for theochool fund will he Hee Dan Holman, Mrfe. Kate Me- M118. A. V. biKMoiiK nud aon returned rent. ready to he sent to the teAchers. This Gee, London. from Louiavillo yeBluroity. will make 80 per cent paid out this year Mkhbiih J. 1). Wkahkn and K.O. WalL. Brccb adm'r, of Dr. .1. P. J. ton are attending Liberty court. Tiik lug trade In whlxky from Crab deo'd, will Hill at public palo in Orchard is 15. .Io.-h-, went up ol Garrard, Mil. W. immense. Hardly a day panStanford, on Dec. 1 (county court) at 11 CO or more jugs leave to Dell tritUy to spend a ftnv tlnys. nl,... ... of Block in Huston- - es that doesn't see o'clock, 10 K. II. IIkalky liaa taken his brother there by express for thu prohibition villo hank 711 wtd Jlni'a pUce tu Farm A llardln'a Htoro. towna in the mountains. Mr. J. W, DanMua IU1.LK Hoot wai up from James, the distiller, is thu principal shipDkaii David Stringer, long past three ville and spent a low tU)B with irlendtt. score and ten, died Sunday. His claim per and hi does a land officii business. Mies Hiioda LunaroHD and Mrs. John to fame was that he was tho only man Bought a Business. Mrs. Mildred II. Kirhy went to hexInKton yeaterday. whoever whipped thu latu Dan Miller, Beazley and son, James Beazley, have D. 0. I'av.sb, of Grab Orchard, haa and ho was designated in that way when bought out Mr. J. E. Stormes' furniture opened a grocery and candy manufactory uver spoken of. atoru at Lancaster and Mr. Beazley took . at London. charge yesterday. He is n most excellei t WantkoI-6,0- 00 turkeya and 2,000 Tiik Missea Owsley will entertain togeese; also chickens, ducks, eggs, hides, young man morally and is stricdy businight in honor of Mies L'uu'itu McEl-walfurs, fenthtrs and ginseng. Write ua for ness. Ilia many friends here trust he of Franklin. will aucceed beyond hia brightest hopes. Mita. V, T. Mkhuimkk, of Livingston, prices. Car lots of livu poultry a specialty. II. B. Northcott & Co., Lancashaa joined tier husband here, who la In A Tall Family. MessrB. J. L. and W, ter, Ky. thu dlftpRtcher'a olllce. T. Brooks are hereto nttend the trial of W. M. Ukkiiit, who haa been renting Tub licensing of saloons in Stanford ia their brother, Frank Brooka, for killing his farm to his brother, Uriah, ill run it said to be probable. As the board is now Section Foreman Nevils. They tell ua himielf noxt year, hut will continue to coustituted, four are for license to two there are five brothera, who average 0 live where he now does. against, and they argue that as thero are feet and inches and run in weight A nisi'ATCit says that two operations saloons nt Rowland, a llttlo over a mile from J s i to 200 pounds. Frank ia nearly were performed on Gov. Uradley'a throat away, Stanford may just as well get some 0 feet b and tboy have a Bister 5 ft. 11 at Cincinnati Saturday night, and tiuu-da- y of thu revenue if eho ia to have the evil who weighs KiS pounds. night ho was resting easy. effects any way. Thu Eodcavor Society ol .. Mh. J. L. Doblky, of thu I'aris RepubJoiik W, Pack, wtio has heen in jail Turnersville church is very much alive. lican, and w Ho are guests ol dipt. Jack while his cse went They have engaged Wood Ballard, of Itosley and family. Mr. Boaley is an ap hero for pllcant for postmaster of hia town and if to the court of appeals, asks us to say Lexington, to deliver his famous lecture, repub- "The Great Men ol the Future," on Satthat whilu he has been a he gets his deserts 111 win. urday night, Dec. 10th, the proceeds to Mibb Ella U. WmtiiiT closed a very lican he would like to vote for Jailer for a second term. "Ho is a clever he used for the benelit of thu society. An pleasant session ul her school last week Hith appropriate exercises and is again man, a good ollicer and I hope the re- oyster supper will he served immediateat home, looking liko thu hard work of publicans of Lincoln wont put up a man ly Bfter thu lecture f n altogether a most against him," said he. He will be taken delightful time ia expected. Tho admisthe school room agrees with tier. At thu party given by Mr. and Mrs. to Frankfort to serve 15 years in a few sion will be only 15 cents and they want days. everybody to com and bring their Will II Shanks to their sister, MissOliv-friends. Mr. Ballard Is said to he a most LewiB Baldwin, of Madison, last liveTiik new building ol Judge J. W. Al- delightful lecturer and Is euro In plearo to reprening, each guest wanoxpeuted corn on Lancaster street Is now ready for everybody. Lecture begins at 7:30. Go of thu day and occupancy. Tho lower some current sent rooms will be iUltu an amusing and uujoyablu fttTair uied for a millinery and thu npper ones early na there are no reserved seats. Col, George W. Bain says he is worthy of any was anticipated. fjr the judge'sjlaw cilices and they aru platform, being a natural orator and a models of beauty and convenience, with most excollent young man. The LexCI T Y AND YICIX1 T )'. all thu modern attachments. Thu exter ington Transcript highly compliments Lkt Uanka repair Uit watch, ior withiits iron front and plate glass him and adds that hu boa a style of orawindows is as handsomo as thu Interior Kuoant wedding gilta at low prices. is neat nnd attractive and thu whole tory peculiarly hia own, and ia n master of lino rythmical and rhetorical power. Danks, the Jeweler forms a very decided, improvement to thu Hia inflection is very near perfect. Hol'sk nnd lot un Wtittiuy Avenue for alreet and town. Supper and lecture both at Ware's sale. O.C. Withera. Tiik entertainment by thu pupila of Hall, McKinney. WKsell the best butter made at I5iper the collegu Fridav afternoon evidenced Anotiikr Shooting. Tho Negroes much improvement and waa enjoyod by seem to bu taking pound. Higgina it McKiuney. the day here now in a chapel fall of visitors. Thu class saug their rendineas with ahooting iroua. At r?agu, lied and lllack an opening chorus very Hutch bu Kiiich, acceptably. a party givon at Mary Rice's Saturday Pepper at Warren iVaiianks'. Misses Hoberta Cash, Etta Ballo Cloyd, night in .. thu Deep Well Woods, Bob Lakust Btoct ol caats and crackers, Anniu Pence,. Anna Dint and Janiu Stephenson shot Jim Nuwland in thu ab.Wearen rendered inatrume ital solos domen, from the effects of which he will allfresti. Uigginu A; McKiuney. quite skillfully and Misses Maiy Held, Lu doubtleradie. The shooting ia the cliGiiKATKbT display of dolls uver in town. na Griilln, Linda Miller and Kathleen max of an old row, in which ehota were Call and see them. Urw te docker, Grlnstend rend creditible essays In uxchanged eomo monthn ngo. When tho requPBtc Misa Cowen sang n men met at tho par.ty, tho trouble was GkTftdoli lion niul Have plenty ol solo aud risponded with an- renewed nnd Stephenson and his brothtime to dress it lor Xjiiw. Full line at other to a hearty.encore. er, George, Hbuaed N'ewlnnd. Tho rest Uraigvt Hocker'n. mm Mcm'KK county voted overwhelmingly ol thu row is told in Newland's dying Waiuikn mia.nkx aru opebiog up thu for htatoment taken down by County AttorEven local option Saturday. ilntsl lliieol tiuildny gooJanver brought went dry by 60 and Bnrgin by ney J. B. Paxton: "Robert Stephenson to Stanford. Call and see them. 37, while the country went out of sight without warning shot a pistol at my Sun-dn- y against tho uhieky trullic. Har'rodsburg head, which miatd tun. I jumped up Lot Istar uiu Duptlet cnurcli night a largu giuy ahattl. Finder will not bu dry, however, till ihu expira- aud tried to get my pistol, but tho crowd ran over mu nnd knocked mo down. will please leave at tins otlice nud get re- tion of licensed saloons. Three will quit this month and thu others run to Robert and Georgo kept shooting at mo ward. June, July and August. They have been nnd told mo to get out, I etarted to go Tiik weatlier has been tiuite phusant paying a liceiisn of jl,000i'ch. Tho ua George was on the left of the door and for several daja alter thu severe cold ual scenes secempnnjing it protiibition Robert on thu right outside. George snap. Cloudy uud tlireatening was pre- election were entcted Saturday. Thu shot at mo twice. I got back in thu dicted for last night, and probably fair church hells were rung nil diy and wo- crowd then and oomu oue said, "Don't ohoot in here," I eaid "I must defend nnd cooler today. men and men held prayer meetings. myaell" and fired two Bbots. Bob then AssiesoH Tkhky tells ua that thu Cb.sthk'h New Phbbidknt. Dr. Willis shot mo from tho outside of thu house amount of property for taxation will not Green Craig was elected president of and waa tho only time I waa atrusk. I bu as large as Uat year, as people mo Centre College at a meeting of thu board had not said n word to him before he measuring thu value by thu hard times of truateea held at Lexington. lie is a ahot at me. I was talking to Lizzie Rice prices. cousin ol the iCraiga of this county, and he could aeo I had nothing in my TiiBHk are Uo cases net lor trial at the where ho waa born in 1834. In 1851, he hands, Ho shot first nearly behind me." called term ol tho circuit court, which graduated from Centre College and eight A posse in charge of Deputy Sheriff Otis besides the other Com- years later graduated from the theologi- Newland arrested the Stephensona Sunbegins monwealth caaea which hive forced cal seminary at Danvillo and became a day and lodged them in jail hero. They themselves to thu front. A grand jury Presbyterian minister. lie took charge are a bad aet and have been frequently haa been ordered to bu summoned. of a church in Keokuk, la., whore be re- in trouble. At the laBt term of the court mained until 1873, when be accepted a thsy were tried for kukluxing Mace MilALli the pupila ot the public school, 70 chair in tbe)McCormickTheological Sem- ler, a white boy, but were acquitted with in number, chaperoned by Mr. Grubba inary, Chicago, where ho haa since re- a (scotch verdict. They were brought and Miss Wright, attended the college Ilia duties will not commence beforo Judge Carson yesterday, who conexercises at the invitation of Miea Mar- mained. beginning of the next session in tinued the case till Wednesday, though till the tin, Bnd say they were well repaid for September. the grand jury will likely take hold of it having attended. Tho ball entered Newland's abQuotation Party. The entertain- domen near the navel and came out at At the last meeting of the city counMrs. William Severance thu back below the kidney. The mes cil, Mr. G. L. Penny presented himsell ment of Mr. and in honor ol their lovely sister, Misa An- eentary waa cut twico and a bowel once. to be aworn in aa councilman, but it was ol Shelby county, proved an Drs. O'Bannon, Edmiston, Pettus and held that hia term did not begin till Jan. nie Pickett, unusually pleasant occasion. It was Doorca waahed out the wound and sewia said that he should have 1. Now it Party," the ed up tho bowel, after tho man came aa a "Quotation taken hia Beat and in consequence all that known names ol authoia being concealed in near bleeding to death. Dr. O'Bannon was done at the meeting ia void. conundrums, which the guests were ask- eaya there are 50 chances to one agaii st ed to guess. Twelve young ladies and recovery, but that he may have that ooe. A thief entered Charlie Hayden'a gentlemen tied with correct answers and afroom at tho Carpenter House Friday favored Miss Annie Alcorn and AlCHURCH CHIMES. ternoon whilu Mrs. Tbomaa Dalton was lot bert Severance, who were each awarded and stole two pair pants, a down town Elder Mark Collie held a meeting at a handsome prize. Dr. A. S. Price had vest, a pair of patent leather shoes and a Versailles which resulted in 22 additions. no contestant for the booby prize.which brand new f 15 overcoat. Tho scamp was Rev. W. F. Smith has tendered tiia ho won just a3 easy aa rolling offn log. kind enough to leave a diuter and a linSeverance, Misa Pickett, Misa Anne resignation as pastor of the Christian Mrs. en vest that weru ateo in the room. Shanks nnd Mra Carroll Shanka receiv- church at Richmond. There are 240,000,000 Catholics in Tub auction at W. II. Wenren & Go's ed and entertained and did it handbegan yesterday with good crowds and somely. Refreshments were served and the world, according to a computation satisfactory pricia. It will last all the enjoyed and the whole affair waa a de- made from carefully collected statistics week, with sales in tho morning, after- lightful leal in the Uvea of the 15 or 20 by the Civilta Oattohca. The Episcopal church at Somerset noon and night. U. T. Bush ia auc- couplea who attended. Misa Pickett ia a knowa what a very lovable young lady and by her was consecrated Sanday by Bishop L. W. tioneer and everybody good one he ia. Mrs. W. H. Wearen and sweat manners won further additions to Burton, who also confirmed a number of applications for membership. her Urge dumber ol friends here. Mia. Annie Jamee are the clerks. Interior Joiirhe Weddimi preecntn at Danka'. yv barrel ol Pure New Orleans Higgina & McKiuney. m ' Mo-lame- s. Mint wafers at Illygtoa ... Flan-naga- n, 1 m m n, Rev. T. P. Dudley. Jr.. missionary ( to inula, who used to do some courting uere, waa presented Oct. 27, by hia wife, whom he married in tho heathen Iand with a son. Rev. James Morgan WIIIb, D. D., pastor ol tho First Baptiot church oIFort Worth, Tex., Is dead. Ho waa amor tho foremost men of the denomination, waa a native ol Harroilsburg and was about 10 yeara old. Glorious news from Shelby ville. Already l'HHtor D D. Forwood haa d 5'J happy converts. Bro. T. T MHrtln, of Beattyville, n man full of the Holy Spirit, is doing the preaching. Baptist Recorder. -- Rev. G P. Taubman's resignation has not been acted upon and it ia a nues- tion whether it will he or not. Tho majority of tho congregation, it is claim-fwant Mr. Taubman to reconsider and remain with the church. Newport item in Kv. Post. EvnnRftlist Mood), who is ho'dlnga revival nt Now York, has issued an to the Christian? of the country, suggesting that they set aside all relig- ions and social engagements and devote themselves wholly to the saving of oth-er- a during the entire month of January. He8ays: "I believe that we are on the eve of the greatest religious awakening we have ever Been in this country. God han put it into my heart that we are going to have a great saving of bouIb. I believe God haa planned the work. Now let's all take hold and do it." bap-tized, ad-dre- es We will begin to Auction our Splendid Stock of Goods on MONDAY, DEC. 7, 1896, And Continue until our ENTIRE STOCK Is disposed of. W. H. WEAREN & CO. - 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. DRV Well-Known 1 iafe-keepi- ng life-lon- g Df-B- ord 1 U id ... liar-rodebu- rg TTERS. I am still Sole Agent for the Kupe WaHood, son of Mr. Lewia Hood, superintendent of the Kentucky terproof Central division, will marry Misa Julia Hubbard, of Newport, in February. The prospective groom ia depot ngent at Richmond. Save yourself of Wet Feet and a cold by using John R. Tanner, governor-elec- t of Illinoia, and Misa Cora Edith English, of a pair. Sprincfield, 111., wi'l ho married . 30 Misa English is related to some of the bast families in Tennessee, Kentucky and Indiana. J L. Christ and Miss Katie Emmall, MY STOCK OF- of MiddleBborough, were eloping last week on an L. and N. train. Will father of tho young lady, got word of it and caught them just as thu train waa about to move off. Misa Katio was aittine by Congressman D G. Colson, and Emmall, thinking Colson was trying to nld his daughter, began to abuse him. Mr Colson resented and Emmall drew a pistol, which was taken from him before Though greatly reduced, is still in good shape, but I am making he could maken demmed moist body of some the handtome Congressman, who didn't even know the girl was trying to run off. A note from Mies Julia B. Teyton dated at Charleston, III., tells of her marriago to Mr. F. W. Chase nt Terre Haute. Ind., on the 2d. When she left bore last Monday she told a reporter of this paper that sho wbb going to Louis- On garments left Among them are some elegant Astricans, deville, but not to mention her departure scribing when opened a perfect circle. They are blue, green, brown, in thu paper. He bad no idea that the others have next time ho would hear from hor and black in color and some have fancy linings, wh-lblack serge silk linings. In cheaper goods I have black cloth lined aho would be a wife, but you can't sometimes tell what women are go- with silk and trimmed with sutash braid and pacimentry. Other ing to do. Mifs Julia is a vry excellent cheaper goods in stock, but these are mentioned because of their youug lady and the man who has won her is to be congratulated. They will special values. Come see style and quality and obtain prices of my full line. ependthn winter at Huttin, 111. This will cause neither of us trouble it may pay both. Tbvib-Oab- h. Married at the home of B. F. Gibson, near Buzman, Mouta na, Dee. 7th, Mr. N. G Tevia, of Mis. bod In, Montana, nnu Mira Bellu Cash, of Stanford, Ky. A fnwdv8Hin thu bride accompanied by Miss Ellie Wright, bib ter ol Mrs. Gibson, left this place for MA JO THIMONIAL HOOKER BOOTS. D-c- H. J. McROBERTS. -- Fm-ma- ll, WRAPS I e New PRICES W. ve i H. SHANKS. IJ z'iniip, wlurothey eromet by Mr. Tdvis. They will be at homo in Missou la after Dec. 10th. The groom is o native of this county, where ho left a splendid niniH i nd the bride, who stolu quite n march on her friends, for hut few know her intention, is n inot excellent lady, who ia greatly beloved by all who know her m m to-da- Almoit everv man In America haa tome digestive trouble when men meet the erecting uiu-atl- y Ii, "Well, how are vou?" That develops health talk. The man who hat no bowel or stomach trouble is almott a curiojity. Trouble is men tako no care of themselves. Ther eat as though they had copper ttomacha and bowels of brats. II y and bv. nature rebels. Then coma headaches nervousness, bad blood, liver and Fir l1lrriH Ptn.nt lllat. Vldnev trmiMpfurmth help for constipation and torpid liver, sick, ana bilious headachr. dizsineas. sour stomach, lots of appetite, indiiettion, or dyspepsia, windy belchlngs, "heartburn, pain and dutrest alter eatine, and kindred deraneements ot the liver stomach and bowels. Accept no substitute. over-worke- d - WE DISCOUNT 25 PE3R OEIDsPT Every Purchase From First Cost. W- - F- - TATE. Much Sickness Prevails At this season of the year. You need medicine. What you buy ot drugs should be pure and fresh, I guarantee my goods of best quality. Have your prc- -I icriptions filled here. NKW ADVEBTI8EMENTH. PRIVATE SALE OF Hanging Fork Mills. I wish to sell privately nr mill and dwelling, includirg 10 acres cl nice with good land. The place is in good repair. The house is a good one, with seven ro:mt. two halls and a nicety latic-e- d porch Also good barn, 31x40, containing eight stalls, cutting room and crio, with large lott with tmguo and groove tloor, and all necessary oul-t- u house, coal house, hea house and Idinga, bng-gsmoke ho 11c There it alto on the place n nice orchard of 50 trees of select fruit, now in ?oung The Mill Is a good turn mill, with two sets of burrs, one for wheat and one for corn. There is alto a Rood cruther and feed mill. The Mill is fitted with his two Terban water wheels. It not told by Dec 19 will rent privately tor tSt)7, I to-da- Penny's Drug Store. will on J. H.HKIOUT """ Back of IVIy Saturday Dec. 19, 1896, Sell on the same premises, beginning at 10 o'clk.. a part of my personal property, including a good work mulct, i good Milt" Cow, i Heller, weanlinir Calf, brand new Mitchell a horse WaKon, i aet ot double rig Harnett, Uaker Wheat Drill and other Farming Implements. Also somo Household and J 11. UR1GHT. Kitchen Furniture. I will alto at the same time and place, it not sold before that time, rent to the highest bidder m 200 Acres of No. i Hanging Fork Land. Twenty Acres of this Land is to go in corn, 30 in oats and the balance in grits. Terms made known on day of renting. J. 11. 1JH1GHT, Executor of J. L. Dawson, deed. Is the certainty of fulfillment of each and every one of them. When you leave your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient guarantee that you will have an accurate and reliable time- piece. Did it ever occur to you that more 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 J ."' THOMAS DALTON. i 7 T ..T,,;ii.7,y.jw ' jyiAA'mhfSrirJtwtHnlll-r-fafKI- W3t" WCAt-- i i fir T w flr-- church and one of the moat consecrated Christians 1 have evor met. She ia a flue To the Editor of the Intcriorjournal. talker and in a conversation on tho "fti- I would like to uak epace in your pa- ture" Bhe expreesed herself bb willing to The Rodemcr Place of 105 Acres, FnbUahocl Every Tuoaday and Frldaj per to tell your many readers of a trip I answer the summons, the only dread was At Rowland, for 1897 Splendid resldenco and ago aa far West ns made a Possession J.imi '. 1&96. ADV,VNCS Missouri few weeks of tlio things I saw thestingof death and leaving her chil- goal outhouses. J.S. OWSLfcV.JR V .Trustee. feki P TSR YKABIX and of soino dren. Stantord, Ky. will be charged.and of the hospitablo peoplo I met. AcUTWhen not aopaid 32.5Q I might speak of many other great and companied by my daughter, Miss Ber good people, but I have referred to thwe : tha, Heft McKinney the 17th day of without partiality and ppace forces mo to K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. A meeting of th the raand :0S September and landed at Jacksonville, close. I spent tho last day with n.y dear Bank of llustonvillo stockholder ol their National banking will bn he'd at Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 Mo., the next day, making tlio trip of sister and a few friends whom she bad house in Hustonville the stcoiid Tuesday in nd :a0 P' m p. m., returning at 4:3a?- " i8e; between 9 and 11 n. n , lor tlio purpose about 700 miles in 24 hours, le?selx min- invited and on the morning of the 27th of clecti.go Directors to the ensuing yenr L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 77 J. W. IIOCKUK, Csriiur. utes, with at lenat three hours for slope. of October, eccompanied by sht r and 37P We traveled over the Q & 0. to Cincin- ber three daughters, Mieses Jessie, Julia NO. 14, Train Rome North......... QaiiIIi ia 04 no nati, thenca the Ii 0. & S. to "St. Louie, and Stella, wo drove down' to tho depot : . -- .. 103pm " " No. 3. thence the. Wabash to Jacksonville, and alter a last good-by- e we boarded the A meeting of the stockhtldrrs of First NaQUEEN & CRESCENT. which is a small vlllase of BOtnethinnlikn train for home, arriving at McKinney tho tional Hank of Stanford will be held the their bankat 300 inhabitants; located in Randolph 2Sth, making the eamo time ns we did ing hou teconn Tuesday In January, 197, for r Trains past Junction City as follows: the purpose bt electing 11 Directors for ...3 3 P m county on the Grand Prairie between going out aud reaching p m No. a North JOHN J, Me ROBERTS. Cs.hier homo in due t2 01 Ns. 1 South " -- 3'? am 4 ......u.ooam " 6 " " 1 " ...t49Pm the Mississippi on the East and the Mis timeto vote forthe "William," that ought " . iijiam 8 3Spm it "to " ...600am souri on the West, M. W. Jones, to have been elected. : and 10 run no Nos. Notr. ...... 0 II ...U.- mtnn lh.ro.furhir than Here T have two brothers and an only Middlebnrg, Ky , Dec. 5, 1SIH) i , y. "" junction A meeting of the stocktiooders of tho Farmers Bister living. The older brother, John HarAand Trust Co. will by held at their banking 5., I had not eoen since I was there '27 Marvolous Results. house first Wednesday in January, 1897, for the written by Rev. J. Gundermaa, years ago. He left Kentucky in 1S49 and of From a letter Mich., we arc permitted to make purpose of electlug 11 Directors lor ensuing vear. Dimoudale, J It. OWSLEY, Cashier lived in Missouri till the beginning of tho this extract "I have n J hctltuion in recommending Dr. King's New Discoverr, as the rtttilt war, and being a democrat and n very vrere almost marvelous in the case of my wife. ETotioo- - -church at k Ives strong Southern sympathizer, he whs While I was pastor of the Baptist with pneumonia Junction she was brought down compelled to"take to the woods," which tuccetding la grippe. 1 errible paroxisms c f cough, ing would last for hours with little intermission he did and glad of the chance and Anally and it scem.d as If she c.uld not survive them, A We wilt take your Corn and Hay at Highest friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; Price in Exchange tor Coal. Cituehs "turned up" In Colorado, where he re- It was quick in ltsrork and highly satisfactory ill we will soil you Corn and Hay at Costotif Stanford you are mained till after the "smoke cleared results.' Trial bottles free at W. It. McRoberts' our Coal Customers. Book your orders for Coal. NOEL A- SON, Stanford, Ky. away," when ho returned home and has Drug Store. Regular stia 50c aud it. lived ever since in peace. lie is a very A tremendous Christmas feast, the fine mechanic and it is said he made the liko of which has never before been seen NATIONAL BANK n finest that was ever in Macon In St. Louis, will be given by the Salvacovnty. The other brother, Sidney J tion Army on Christmas day. PreparaOF STANFORD. KY. left Kentucky in 1S57 and when the war tions are being made to feed 3,000 percame on he joined the '27th Missonri In- sons, and the officers are now in nearch Capital Stock SIOO.OOU fantry and served till the close of hostil- of a spacious ball, large enough to accomSurplus ities. My only sister, Etna, wts married modate the above number. Kentucky about 30 years ago to R. O. GOO in Absolutely Puro.l In Milwaukee, Wis., 500 to Attention of the public is invited to the la were poisoned by arsenic put in that this is the only National Bank in Sta'stor of tartar baking pow- McCanne, of Jacksonville, to which A cream Under the provisions of th. National Bank place they moved and have lived ever flour. are secured not only by the capita der. Highest of all in leavening stock, but bv the stockholders1 liability tot ar since. They all have families and some equal to the stock, so that depositors C Latest United StatcsGov-emine- of them have amount strength. Electric Bitters. They live a Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for an. this institution are secured by fund of 400,0 Report. sworn statements pret- season, but perhaps more generally necdul in the Fivetoad, each yearto ofthecondition of tha bant in a fine, level prarie country; the United Stales gov.ru are the ROYAE BAKING P0WDE1TC0. tiest I ever saw. stated titssi vails, when the liver is torpid and sluggish a d ment and its assets are examined at addititot oy government agents, thus seeming A promp New York. The bluo grass grows well up with our the need of a tonic and alterative is felt long ana and perfect safety to depositors. use 01 this medicine na. olten averted originally established This b?st Kentucky blue grass and the best perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will Deposit institution, Stanford in i8j3, then as th Bauk of act more surelv in counteiactlng and freeing the .ted as the National Bank ot Stanford in iSj ant land is worth from $30 to $40 per acre system from tne malarial poisun. Headache, A. S. the First National Bank 01 constipation, dlrsinrss yield to Elecirie Stantord the which I could have bought when I bitters. Only jsc per bottie at W. B. Mc.vob.its again In t$3i, has bad practically an uninterSurgeon rupted existeoce of is years. It It better suppliu' was there 27 years ago for $12 to $18. Tha drug store. now with lacilities for transacting business prompt .., Dentist, ly and liberally than ever before in its long ant people are kind and sociable, always BUCSlla'd I H lW-oonoiable career, Accounts ef corporation, Cdu ready to entertain a worthy visitor, bat The best salve respectfully soltc in the world for cuts, bruusi Claries, firms and Individuals never have any time to "loal" when the sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap- ted. Directory ot this Bank is composed 01 Th Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley visitor has left. They have much better ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions t positively cures piles, or no pay repuiretl. It Is Forcstus lleid, Lincoln county; Building. luaranteed to give satisfaction or money S.T. Harris, Lincoln ; marke a for what they raise than wo do. refunded, t'rice perfectper cents box. For sal. by J. H. Colliei, Lincoin; Thty find a reedy market and a good cash V. B, McRoberts 35druggist. J. W. Hayden,Staaford; price for every pound of butter and for S. II. Uaughuian,. Lineeln; Six more toll gites were chopped every turkey, chicken, nuehel of potaJ, S. llocker, Stanford; by a mub in Mercer county Situr-daW. A. 'Fribble, Staulerd; toes, head of cabbage and everything down n'ght and the kepera notified tbnt M. D. Cimere, Stantord; spare bo else they raise tbftt they can T. V. 11111, btaaleid, if tho gates wore repaired or further effarmers can lay by all the cneh that the K. L. fanner, McKinney; forts made to collect toll, not only 'the they receive for the more important M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon, Kj products of tho farm. They are well toll house?, but the. private property of J. 3. Hockrr, President; : : J 00. . McRoberts, Cashier; supplied with good churches, good the board of directors as well, would he Office on Lancaster Street, at Jlesidsnce. A. A McKinnev. Asst Cashl.t burned. schools and plenty of good doctors. was ut red heat, but it is too late to A. G, I.anhatn John B. Cast'ctran. sp.'akof that now as tho wrong William waB elected. After spending over two weeks at this II point where we eaw many of our kinsmen and formed many new acquaintanDkalkk In- ces, we continued our journey NorthINSURANCE COMPANY ward to Trenton, the county seatof Grundy, and just one county from the Iowa OF LIVERPOOL. line. The population ubb increased since I who thorn in lS70from a few hundred shops of the Chito 10,000 & GESTLEMffi. cago and The machine are located here Rock Island MANAGERS, and give employment to a large number of workingmen. Commerce iBuilding.J-Louisville- . Here we boarded a Rock Island train They pay for thema Farmer ever had Throughout the South. and ran out Westward nine miles to The Greatest Convenience Agents first month. selves the Hickory, where in 1S07 my oldest broth& er, William W., located, having moved from Middlehurg, Ky., and lived until LOCAL AGENT, ths IStb day of last January, when Stanford, - - 37'f- Kentucky. dath claimed bim with a severe attack He was twice married of pneumonia. and raised a large family of children, all of whom are living, together with the widow, except one of the first and one cf it t 1JAKKE.K, rroprieuji, the second set. Jr. .We have a House full of. tlf The poople at this point are well prepared to live comfortably, well supplied Rates TWO DOLLARS P?r Dav. with good schools and church ) and a i'lie lnmi is not to Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large fine, rich country, - . ad Commodious 8amp!o Rooms. Electric ie.is level but of a better quality than tie 13 connected hy Hallnand office 4" land at Jacksonville. It would remind Prompt and polito service to guests. one of the average Lincoln county faun and is worth from $30 to 510 per acre,and more if near the town. After remaining here two weeks with To eat. Prices lower than otl er people's. Would like for you to relatives and friends, spending a meat Near Railroad Crossing, East or Depot, pleasant time, we "turned our heads STANFORD, KY. homeward," retracing our steps, by the Corn and Hay taken Good. Clean, Cheap aime route, to Jacksonville where we In exchange. Come and see us. spent another week "finishing up." Near here our cousin, John M. King, lives. He is now post SO years old, but quite active, traveling on foot anywhere he wishes you our goods and give you prices. with unusual rapidity. He was born And then let us show in Lincoln county, Ky., near South Fork Ky in 1S10 and left for Missouri at proprietor Deao's Black Diamond Rool Trestle, Sole HIGG-IN-S Estimate furnished for painting Wood, the age of 17 and has never been back to I'aiut. uranteed. Metal and Iron Rooii. Satistaction AH roots pimttd with Dean's Mack Diamond Kentucky since, ille coull name but . tl..al r in hfr fit. f... ......v. (jalvan- - one mau in Kentucky that is now living tern Pumps and Galvanized Iron liters, . .. HERD OK THK 01 u mu. that be knew before he left and that wub lzed and UlacK iron iwoiiub aaBsaBSfiffeK David Frederick, of Casey county, who is niw a very old man. He has raised a My Breeders were selected from tho best herds largo family, is a good citizen and a wor- of this famous breed of swme In several different ages V....2m.BVFttT' fWw.. i'ii smit IT. 3. RILEY, Proprietor, irii thy man. Here anotner cousin lives, States. A splmdid lot ol pigs of ditXreut Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction for sale. guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Addresr - - - Kentucky. John S. McCanne, who is a brother of Mrs. Hannah Richards, ot Lincoln counBROrfAUUU, Crab Orchard, Ky ty, the widow of M. L. Richnrde, whom Ita moved to my new Hotel and nm bclMi many Lincoln county people well re8S0 LWery attached and every eonvomesce demember. Another very notable characeU- FRANK RILEY. ter ia Marian McCanne (grand inn). She is my sisler'a mother-in-la- w and is a naT.IK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, tive born Kentuckian, Her maiden name was King and utjed to livo on the immedxvs. iate spot where William F. Jones now Is Agent for The lives at South Fork Trestle, and from Is Receiving his- Co whose family uaiue, Kings Mountain took its name. She went to Mienouri in And The early life and haa been the widow of Hugh McCanne for about 33 years and is Aetna Accident now past S7 and active for one ot her Company. age. She is a member of the Christian A 11 Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Givejhim a Ca'i nd Most Favorable Terms of Insurance oemi-Week- ly Interior Journai NOTES OX A TRIP TO MISSOCRT. ifoik iKiEiisra?. GARLAND SINGLETON ... 1 .Itllj. CrVinAlt " isa canumaie lor oupcriniciiuriiithe tl.action ...--.-- the of Lincoln County, subject to democratic pan . -of FICTTJUES. lst l'hotos and Tin-typ- .t i. stylo by Frank S9-- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject ko the action of the democratic patty. J. F. IIOLDAM 9X. JT- 73 made in the latest and Cordier during Holidays. FRANK COBDIER, Rowland, Ky. Stockholders' Dlccting. Janii-aaj- SAHUIiL l.i. lit n cauuiuftic . II OWENS v""i -- RESIDENCE FOR SALE. Residence House In Stantord. with on same lot, lor sale. Tho lot contains K acre, and can be easily divided, putting store- house and residence on separate lots. At reasonaril price and n easy terms. Appiyto N, SACNDhRS, atanturd, Ky. j3lf A 10-- d e store-bous. - - ", -r t sdiiitiii ui fliuiuii "AMtllv unit I..J " iur Ol jeet to the Action of the democratic putty. srr EJIMETT aicCOKMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic patty Your support is earnestly solicited. Stockholders' Ulcctin. thevnsu-mgyea- D. S. CARPENTER, ld Will sell cut-und- "i A -- - Stockholders' Electing. OK lll'STONVILLK, shell at cost two Burc''. one very line Surrey. The Buggies are first class Is a candidate for Assessor ot Lincoln County, on want a liargalu call every rctiect If) subject to the action of tho democratic party. jobs in at once aiid.ee the bills and get you a vehicle that will tiivti you latisfactiati sure. House with sis rooms to rent at reasonable price. Situated on Mam street. I). (i. CARl'KNTrlt. Respectfully, Is a candidato for Assessor of Lincoln Couuly, subject to the actlou it the democratic party, and earutstly asks your support. Vi ! 2tf . F. EXKIN JOE T.EMBUY C. G. ISAKElt NOTICE ' Farmers. - Having bought of J. W Adams his Coal I'lant Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln, subject to and good will at Rowland, KJ ,1 will continue the action of the democratic partj Thinking th. Coal Business at said place W. T. SAUNDKRS Southern end of the county is entitled to a slice will have charge of it as he is well known In that of the pie he asks jour support. ndol the county. j. . ,CCINH. WILLIAM MORELAND Is a candidate tor Assessor of Lincoln, subject I to the action of the democratic party, lit kinuiy asks your support FOB, SALE. D.sirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten Acre, of Land, For rate. Has on it a good, comfortable Dwelling of N Rooms, and all necessary outbuildings, Oue yard hydrant and one for wa 1. ring stock, lsi a splendid, never tilling well. For lurther particulars apply 10 JAS.1" HA 1 LEV, Manfoid, Ky. j4 rifle-gu- FIRST SAJH la a W. MF.NEFEE foi Sheriff of Lincoln County, sub . Ject to the action of the democratic ra-ly- Caidid.te POWDER 23,700 The old reliable Singer Sewing Machine Needles ot all Winds. Oils and KepalA call at the biugcr S.wing Machine Co.'s Office Opposite lost Ortlce, fclanlo.d, Ky. J. VV. Perrln, Agent. rrirj rUl MONEY' To LOAN ON IMl'KOVF.D FARMS In Lincoln county, Ky,al6 per cent , seuii.an nuslinterest; no commission charged. Address (JKO W PAW. Room 17, K.nyon Building, Louisville, Ky For blank applications and fur ther Information, Inquire ol J. N. blunders, AtI torney, btanlord, Kv. 1 per-Bo- cs nt J. K. -- "TaaArsdalo, DKAI.KRIN grand-childre- n. I GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, &c. Good Goods'at the Lowest Prices. Bo NEW MILLINERY. Thrlsiert things In Fa.land Winter Milllneiy now In stock and the Udics of Man told and vicini-t- v arc invited to call In and the latest styles Miss Jaibeii has arrived n1 Is -- ;ady lo wait on as many Hew nnr as will her old cusloiSHr. and Ml.-- S LICXllC HKAI.I.V, esmin. Manlcrd, Ky. PRICE, Stanford, Ky. S2' U J Sure to Give Eiin a Call. 3STOTICE I AH pertens desiring Lec't l'osls for p. ink fence post and ratling or wuc fth.e. tan tied what tstey ant at my ilm stear CJ.r Creek, n the xk leading from Crab Ottbard to Mauturd I also keep alwavs on hanJ a god sup4v of ark for lenciog. All kinds ol lunssntr for building akw b.inU and shingi.. All persoat aHy artscl. il this kind cars call ub me at my store near Cedar Creek. s, J. : T. : STJTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, Offers his services y KENTUCKY. 9$ Dentist, Stanford, Kj scd Caskets always on hand, D. 8. Carpcutvt, Manager. e the people el West Lfn-- ln r ull stock of Cefatis and Caicy CottBtlet. June if,' j.tf U W HSCLKTCN. M.S. IlAll.HMAM J W. ItAt'uHMAh, IV.-iti- cd SHELBY & SHELBY, M.S.&J.W.Baugliman, r.orxixToxs- - nor au B. K. WEAREN, -- Props. Livery, FcctlJnnd LIVERY, FEEI & SALE Sale Stable, STAIILE, Junction City, Klrst-Oass Kentucky. Stanford, firit-cls- t, - - Kontucky. Farming Implements of all Kinds, Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Blackboards, &c. Turnouts, 1'iompt Attention, Very Reasonable Kates A pottlun of jojr patronage Is ' resiectlully solicited II you need livery glsn us a call. or rates. Netblng out turnouts will leave our stable. Sec us BfflBEE SEE MY CORN CRUSHERS ! am still aent for Kails Branch Coal and will keep a supply of all kinds of C001I, so you get such as you want t tho lowest po.sible rrice. for Cash, Office, Mill M. and Kailrxad Crossing, opposite j. II. IllOUINS, Roller Mills. Manic rd, Ky )7 I COAL ! Inour . i BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee firlcla.s werk and satisfactery prices. Tiy our horse sLuer. W. TSHBBL.3T, Two Farms For Sale. I Cooke's BARKER. HOUSE, kuierset. DoYo & Goo Eat Farm No. t contains .91 acres In Washington county, Ky . the greater part of which Is In grass, ' well watered, wiin goal improvements, including new metal roef tobacco ham fjr 10 acre crop the , This (arm il situated in what is pronounced , tost district In Kentucky for White Hurley To Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Uoils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and Kentucky. bacco. Comlortable resilience nouse. Farm No. s contains 300 acres In ssme locality, with brick dwelling. Large stuck and tobacco barns. Uncof the best improved larus in the county. Both farms are in fine state or preseivalton, well watered ond fenced. Close to R. It. depot, schools, market and on a fine turnpike. For in.ormat.on apply to J SAUN,)EKS, 1 10 Stanford, Ky. Things St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, Ct2r ... wam. VC . U) . -.- Ky. Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney aud liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it tor Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by i&r DEALERS IN COAL, ... 111 -I !. munc nnu uwo u st. I. ua.nlnn give at ....... tk.m lutA u,ala mntM In aiuiub stsIfl 1 !.. up if up with ui, and .. they do not come I hit in that . n II ft Hi f . .. ..- ,. . 4mii IIiTlCi Ws .knl. iiyi Ikair eirniinll In M tllillON .V URIlKK. nnolticer. FAIR WARNING. "n J. T. JOXTBS, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, I POST YOURSELF, Farmers Bauk&Trnst Cf Or STANFORD, KY., tsnewfullyorgauiied and ready for business wit. & McKINNBY. Paid up Capital of Surplus, . Now - $200,000 G,00 f. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & I locker, W. C. Wolfor'l, Hustonville. F. B. Twidwcll, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. ' Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes,Morcland. Yours for Health, James T. Cookk, Harrodsburg, Ky. -- -. 1 HLUF-GUA- SS THE RILEY HOUSE KCKSD R. H. fGBSSi HOGS. .fTn r'ir mMmmM uondon. " - H. 0. BUPLEY, sn individual. To those who entiutted their bulsincss to u the Lincoln National Bauk ot while innagin Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks tci they will couuuuc to transact their businca. trust with us, ollurltg us it guarantee fcr prompt attsa tion to same, our tweuty yeais' eipenfcnco i banking andat liberal accommodations as arc co ' stall t vrith souud banking. DlKICTOHi: doling up) with the same asset aud un.li tho same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are a fully protected aa ate depositors in Nations Banks, lU shareholders being held individual liaolc to the extent ef the amouut of their stoc therein at the par value therool, in addition to th. amount invested in such shares. It mi' actri executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, us fully si Portland. To the San Francisco ...Via Ihe., nO tou'.iYtttr NtwAijjiiTacMicasokr" Onlyi Dining Car Route From w. JOHXTSoar, THE MERCHANT TAlLOfH- mutual Liie Insurance Insurance J J. Williams, Mt. V cruou ; S, II. Shanks,',tstauford; J.S.lOwsley, Stantord; S J. Kmbry, Stanford; J, B. Owsley, Stanford; J. Y Cash, Stanford, William GoochSUntsrd; A. W. Carpcutcr.Mlllcc'gjf W. H. Cummiur, 1'ieichoii villi 3, H.Sfcauts, President, Dr. J.U. OwrsJey, Cashier, W M. Bright, Tel er. ouisiriXiiiE FRANK J. REID.) G. V. Agent, Chicago. Elegant l'lillman Vestlbuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address TO CHXO&GO. or; J D. P. A , ) (. Louisville Be sure to call for Monon Route. il', f E.H.BACON Denver. Stj Paul. rt ms 1 r