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LANCASTER, GA NO. 87 THE SDH NY SOUTH. lill A HI) COUNTY ClfUIlCIT CfllMES. i !( the with invited guesta and at president, Mrs. James Kov, called them to order, when an entertaining program was rendered by the members of the club. Tho opening number was a guitar and mandolin dutt by tho Misses which was much enjoyed b all present. Hub whh followed by an k eay on "The New Woman," by showing that though the tern, "new woman" may in itsell be pugji-st- vi of comic uewspaperism, it in tueaus a wiser and more educated p oration of botli aexes iu tho progresi of tho world. One of tho most highly ap predated eilor'ta of the evening was the reading by Mrs. J. K. Oirson of Saiunn-th- a Allen'B 'experience in " Buying a Fel" Miss Annie McKoj editeil and ler read the club pnper for the evening, which was voted by overy one a most interesting ami instructive journal. We were also favored with peveral pretty eonga by Mra. Hoy and Miss Gertie Pen nybacker. At the close of tho program BuelegantHupper was served iu the large diniug room, and at VI o'c ocic, with the LeartleBt wishes for a "Happy Now Year" to our charming hosteea and kind hojt, and to each other, wo closed the record for 'DO and took a fresh start with F. '07 all before us. Mim-Fonda- OmiltlnK tho Intrumictory now out of It Is safe to hay mat wo will have Itev. II. O. Morriann. not. nnlv bad dntu br reason of tint delay in Hh publi electric lights before the flowers bloom. ' bin license ro preach recinded, hut he cation, M'. J. W Lovinjj writi'H in fol1..J. IS. I inner li.ij amlti of person-- was expelled from tho Melliodiat church, ally on Saturday and will move tn Texas. on rhnrgt-- of contumacious conduct iu lows from Summit, Mls : Jeafo Arnold will take charge of the porektlng in resisting the authority of his Summit is n beautiful place of qtifot buainonn activity, Bltuatmi in the North- Stanford stag line again (Mon ." " ern purl of Piko county, nml hntn popu- .'ay). It. II. Young, of Louisville, was here lation of .'1,500 wealthy, prosperous, people that are a boHutilul'roin-inundatio- n nn Sunday in n'u his fattier-in-laDr. tunny nontion of our country. Win llutlman. As a mark of retltidtiient nu cul'Ilia telephone ofllce connecting us ture, I will Bay that Summit has live with I).invilm lias been moved into J.O. ctiurchee; the MethoiUst, Utptist, Pres- Hemphill's ollice, West side of public byterian. Kplscopal and Catholic, ami fjusre. ( alaon Juwlbh HynnKOUB, while trio J. M. Higginbothnm, Hilnilnistriitor, peoplo havn throe. Tiw li a litre ith the will annexed, of M. W. John- public biKh Hchool, the IVa hod y, attend-o- d sou, deceased, will cU the personal propdally by 2S0 pupils, and the colored erty on the Kith. Soveral fine horses n't-t-o pjoplo have a graded school, attended by be sold, about 150. For literary advancement and Dr. II. M.Grant is Imvlng a teleImprovement the "Ardrath Club" and phone line erected from his oflico on "Kpworth League" nro firmly implanted. Danvillu Avenue to the residence of his Tntt necret societies nro represented by father-i- n law, W. G. Anderson, one mile tha Masonic Ulue Lodgo and Chapter, from town. lodges of Odd Fellows, Kniln; of Our quiet city will no longer bo anHonor, KninhtH of Pythias, Woodmen noyed by the shrill whistle ol tlm oven-in- g K. 0. train, which went North at 5 of the WorlJ an 1 U'Nal initio Hrith; bo you see Summit is in advance of Ken- anil South at U r. m. The shipping sea-so- n THK JXI'KLLEU. which are noted is about over and the L. (c N. railtucky towns of her way company will givo us a rest lutitil for their advancement. superiors in ollice, n 1 thus vio'aticg Sunday afternoon 1 plodded my way they see something in eight ngin. to a neat little coUjku on IUilroad over If n democrat, can not ho elected U. hiH ordioatitiu voe, with vioibting tie Avenue, and rushed in on a lovely little S. Senator, we ugiee with Hon. John W. order and ll.u ilirtcipliue of the church, browu-eyerepresentative of fumiuin Ynrkes' friends in eiuiiitf that he is thu and with sowing ei'eds of ditBtution ly ity to Biuprme her, but yet after an r.le j next hehl mat ; nipl, in case tie should be improper words and actions. The iioli-nes- s Miction was not considered, but it eieeu-tl- , Beuoe of live yearn this vision of loveh ourtOA'tisuuti, II. hi. Win. Uem-do- n recoKnij-ame, and eutertAined me ne tould he coilec.or of internal reve- is tl. ought bin pwiton on that had much It has long as royally ni true American manhood nue, II he WMMta tlte p. ace. Tola is a to do with his expulsion. could wish. uioresnggrHtton A democrat can not been viewed by the Mistiopauf the church Monday morninc my llrst stroll wis to dictate during this ailiiiinidtratiuu, lu. ns one fraught with grave ione(,ueucee, the stuctuiii of the .Summit Sentinel, the prodlcliou la not made without reck- and they have sotuht In discourage w hat they claim is fanaticism apart from wheio I found Mr. N. P. Honuey, its oning brlKhl, Ksnial.entertuininK editor, irrac -lit. J. li. Kinnaird will kjju have Mrs. Sarah Stewart fell dead vl ile fully proiiditiK over tl deatimes of his telephone cmnecuou with Lowed aud pop llnr sheet, which is the best pap-- r in Murfctditiry, already being in euii:nuui- - pliouting iu a li'ipUHt cluuch at Memphis bjuth MiHsi'sippi, and it U nnedlem lo cation witti McUrearv and Buckeye, ovei Slio oujlit to have kooAii lietter. The sav, lemocratic to the ore. KiioaIiik the line erected by Dr. J. A Anion. This MelbodistH are the only ahouiera. Eder Divid Bruuer, paior of Dep thu I had Iijhii connecteJ with nearspi-pe- r ehowa considerable enterprise on the ancoinino-la-tlm- ; work, this suave, part Of our physicians and will tnw their Creek Baptist church, iu Mercer, is S7, editor conducted me arouud town, plronsmuch troub.e, a; th same time has been a preacher 51 years, baptized introducing mo to her forainoat citizuiB. iOMinng a sptvdy ta I. Kinnaird and ;i,;i01 persons and married L',500 couples. t'nere will be no preachinu at Walfor which I ahull ever feel grateful. Auiuu'rt lines Joai at Liekey A Gulley'B After Btrodiui: over the city, ami being livery stable and run to their oIlL-e- and nut Fiat ttiiH week. Rv. J. B. Oakley introduced to Judge W. P. Gustily, r o iileiavo. Wo give ti.ia Information writra Mr. W. II. Higgiua that ho baa decided to go to Tenuefs'e instead and preildes over this Judicial district, tins for the benefit of your pnvmcians. will not be on hand. learned jurist conducte 1 me up to hie News comes from Sainbel Island, HUMKWU.IT hOUAL. bud me welome, and in true ollice, F!a , that Rv. George O. Barnes ia gathKentucky style, extended the courtesife Lexington's dentu rate in 'Ud was IS ering bis tomato crop and gaining of bis oflhe to me during my stav 'hero per thousand. Btrength for the evangel later on. Our The judge is one of the most Hllcient in Newton Bros' distillery warehouse, tho State; he is a candidate for re- near Cainpbollsville, was destroyed by readers hh well ss ourselves would highly appreciate a letter from him to the I election and will have very little opposi- tire. J. if any. Thanks for his kindness. tion, There is not a toll gate now in AnKttv. Druuitnond Welburn, one of Politically this is almost the only true derson county, raiders having destroyed the oldest ministers in the Methodist ; democratic section of tho United State tile last one. Episcopal Church, South, and for many refined and hospittbli socUlly, it in All the eherilTd of the Stato, 110, years a resident of Louiaville, died Satfamous State. seltled with of our as any section the auditor In fu'l for taxte urday night iu Nashville. He was forVerily I shall always look upon my visit of 1S0O, but Breathitt's. merly presiding eld- r of this district. hern as tho brightest stop along life's Jacob Bonner, the Arizonian, vho elecAt the annual Sunday-schoI maddening stream. Kaough disappeared from Lexington, foul phy tion at tho Christian chnrch Sunday I will lekvu Sunday for Now Orleans, being suspected, is at Brodhead. morning Mr. W. II. Slunks was made JW. Lovi.no. suppose. Rev. Daniel Stevenson, D. D , presisuperintendent; Richard Bush, assietant MEnirr-ao'iioCxF-s RECEP- dent of Union College, Barbourvide, superintendent; Logan Hughes, secretadied Saturday, aged S'J. He was once ry and treasurer, and Mrs. James P. BaiTION. superintendent of publje instruction of ley and Miss Myrtle Hughes, organists. Tbo pleasaoteat social event of tho seathis State. Rev H. O. MorriHon, of Nashville, son was the reception given by ttio ladies The president has refused to pardon denies that R v. H. C. Morrison, of Lex Merry-G- o Hound Club of Kings Mail Contractor of the James W. Jones, of Lauing'on, who was expelled from tho Metli ville at the pleasant home of Mr. and rel county, and he will have lo serve bis odtat ministry on charges of insubordiMrs. James McCarty on the evening of sentence in for one of his sub mail nation, is his son, as has been elated in Dec. 3Iat. The large rooms were tilled contractor's failure to porforin a con8 o'clock news dispatches. But the doctor 1 j lo-dai j pro-Krcmi- vu j cn'.-oreil to s'r, TRIMONIA L MA TTEIIS. In Louiaville last year 1 252 couples obtained license to marry. June beaded the list with 19G couples. There were 31 murders and other homicides in Louisville Inst year, 34 aui cides and GO deaths from accident. Some statistical genius has found out that only about one in 1,000 married couples live to celebrated their golden For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material at closer wedding. prices than ever. The preeident of a young ladies' Studing and run through the planer and sized. Boxing dressed Joist club in Michigan, has elopone side all seasoned stock. ed with a man who has red hair and a puirnose. Thoperho ougot to know say tht a West Euw'young lady nnd an East End young man will unite their destinies in a few weeks. Will G. Overatreet, of the Middles boro News, nnd formerly editor of the Hart County News, was married to Mite Mollio Bay, of Logan, O Beginning to day, Jan. 1, I will from now on sell exclusively for Cash. Will Carey, of the Kiugsvillesrc tion, and Mies Lizzie Adams, of Casey, were married last week, Tho bride, who is a very protty woman, is a nif o of Mr. To those who have helped me during the years of my credit system W. L. McCarty Near Booneville, Wesley A. Botnpr, and I shall be delighted if they will continue to favor me with their d, ajod 55, was married to Miss Susan CASH TRADE. Hoping the change will be to the benefit of those aged IS. Botner's flrot wife had who trade with me as well as myself, I am taken the girl to raiso and requested her Very Respectfully, huaband at her death to make the girl MA Doors, Sash and Blinds, Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles, Etc. anti-msrrin- A.C.SINE, - - Stanford, Ky. CASH! AM GRATEFUL H. J. McROBBRTS. Gob-bir- hia wife. d n on - to-da- y. ol the jll , i co-o- Supt. W. F. Scott, of tho E latum Kentucky AHvluniAt Laxlncton, report, -for the year just closed 1,0;J3 patients l IS white women, OS Ne 489 white men, largest Rro men and 00 Negro women, the during tho 72 years of the instinumber tution's existence. MIbb Alice Armstrong, of Cincinnati, has brought suit for breach of promise and seduction, again- - II. D. Halber, a wealthy young married man of Vanca-br.r- g, Ky., for 150,000. it la Rockcastle's and not Breathitt county'B sheriff, who is the only one ol tne 110 in tbo State who hasn't yet oet-.i..,i ffc Rubies are ton fasblonab e stones IbiaeeaBuu. UGH u,lih tlin ,.,.,. M auditor. need not do bo except for the Bake of truth. fu.Jito Kiddle overruled Adkins' moHe never had a ton that will do him as tion t ,r a iiuw trial and passed sonlerco much honor as tins one would were he on linn. Jess Fluids, also charged with father. tho murder of Judge Combs, had his ins Rev. O. E. Powell writes: "IiectiiBe tPai cnatinu.nl tilt a epecial term in of ill health I have been compelled to August. give up my work at tho Broadway In the suit against tho turnpikes in c lurch, Louisville, and acting under the AmlerHon for bac tuxee since 'Ol, alviceof my physician I shall go South nmtiiiiiiii.t in onixipqi ' I..... ...i .i.ii "' V f ,r tho winter. I expect to b.. gone from the court tliaiiiisHo.l the cins on the.., three to live months." Hig addreis will it was not omirsion of ag. ,,. ,. U8,t 8' l '', eesamant. , , , ., Mr. ruwuii leuvetj nit- luuruu iu aiuosi Dnriug tho year 1800 Judge J. M. Posey, intern il revenue stamp deputy at harmonious condition and there waa great olij nt on to his leaving, tie waa Lawr,ncehurg collected on ont,re(, live montaa rest with Ids salary whisky for Anderson and Mercer conn- ., hB Paid, would not resign, but he iMuuriKi almost -m thought that would not b treating tbo much as in lbOo. church fnirly, so he took tho step he did. Isanc Biiilen, who died at Langford, He will asdst tho agnl pastor at Eustis, Rickcaatlecouuty, last week, was interwhenever his strength admits. red iu burial garments and a coffin ordor-e- d This U the wee of prayer and unby himself 25 yeara ago. Ho ordered ion aervicM will ba held each niyhtat acoilia for his wife at the same time, but the various churches. Last night Rev. she hei had no use font yet. .... ....... 1. 1... i illi ti... uapiic. o f "J-"- u Jiironi-.i- l inn '" f .. mi . At P. moll WQ.. '""".-- . V,umaBnndhiBBubj-c- t was 'Our Father which ; T,UUf Heaven, hallowed be Thy name." youths who had called on daughters , h Obrlrtlw cnurch, Rev. and were uot behaving themselves. B V : i R. B. Mahouy, Biibjact Kingdom Pratt, one of the wounded, had at nckoil l, icome;" Wedneediy night, Presbyterian him with a dangerous looking knife. cburijh, Elder Joseph Severance, Jr., sub- ' -t "Fl.y will be done on Eirtb ,i it ia wv. ...., .....u uuvii lunun IU K,u lll' Tltitifiaf In llutiuun." Thnrmlilir nii.lit thergunaand tho company haa been j b , mt)f j. T ShBrrariI..Glve na disbanded .The dispatch from that place brea,J. Friday mgbt tdhng of it says: Captain T.nsley and thta day CUJ U,vA vizemore! 8'cond Lieutenant Gibson and 12 pri- - ,,...., ... lhta tq nw luting UUt l U1KIIU vtes will fare badly, while the rest of debtors;" uJ uui Saturday night, Presbyterian the company are entitled to an hondra- -i W. S Griustaad, "Load us church, j bio discharge, not into temptation;" Sunday night at - J. R Singleton, a muta printer from Christian cburc-i- , Dr. William Shelton, Soineibel, met hiH deatn on the L Ah.) is the Kingdom and tho Power railroad about 50 miles east of this cuv. "Thine i i.d the Glory." bnrvicrs begin promptHo waa walking alon tho side of tho 7 and close at 8 r. M. Good singing, track and uot kuowinu ol the rapid ap ly ai Bi.oit termonj, short p in ra ami a hearty proach of a freight traiu behind him, come to all the urtr of the. day. BttppoJ in front of it, was run down and ah allied. His remaliiB wero shipped to hia Ames Jurdon, SI, and his wife, 79, widow mother in Somerset. -- Middles-' died within two luuru of each t other at boro Nuwa. , BUncoester, O. tract. -- ,.,.. '"" "". tax-paid .- -, , ......... ,; J. Nathan Sharp, a prominent voting attorney of Wil'iamsiurg, and Mita Lou J. Eubnuks, a handsome young ladv of this county, were married at Williamsburg Sunday. Marriage license was obtained here. After living a bachelor for 7S years. S. T J.ihnson, of Daviess county, married a wido.v a month ago, nnd findini: that matrimony is not what it is cracked up to be, he ended his troubles whi'e they were yet in their honey moor, bj taking morphine. Louie Hsger, of Huntington, W. Vn . tore up his mnrriagn license in tht nrrsenco of guests who had assembled lo witness marriage, because his intended attended watch service with a former admirer on the n'ght before ebo wte to become a wife. Because their parents thought them too young to marry, Nellie Uren, aged 10 years, and Oobin Heath, one year j dinger, of Chicugo, decided to commit suicide by tbo carbolic acid route. The girl swallowed her potion and died iii ureal agony, but the youth weakened when be aaw her convulsions and will live to mar ry a more sensible girl. Sunday's Courier-Journsoya thai John B Hobbs, formerly of this place, but now in the L. & N. dispatcher's of rice at New Orleans, will lead to the matrimonial altar early in February Mies Mary Bliss, tbo handsome daughter of Cyrus II. Bliss, a Main Street Louiaville merchant. "Jack's" many friends here extend congratulations in advance. The oldest people to receive a di vorce in this country, it ia said, were separated by law in Oklahoma last week The plaintiil, Mrs. V. A. Burroughs, is GSyeara old, and her husband, Daniel G. Burroughs, 75. They wero married half a century ago in Kentucky. Mra. Burroughs alleged that her husband got a'ong with her for 47 years Bnd that they hid reared 10 children, but that he be came infatuate! with another woman three years ego and totally nbandoned her and re'u&ad to cuntribnte to her the necessities of life. Suit haB btontfiled by Mra. Gran ville Cecil against her husband, the wealthy banker and horpoman. He ia a member of tbo firm of G. A O. P. She gives aa grounds for her divorce cruel and inhuman treatment, studied inditfer encoand coldness, and violent language. She alleges that much of her firm nhvQifiAtlv in ilnn tn hnr iiiahanfla conduct, and that her future health and happiness dep&uas upon a separation She asks for the restoration 'of property to the amount of about 115,000, which, be eays, originally camo from her father, the late Albert Gallatin Talbott. Mrs. Cecil will be represented by Robert J Breckinridge and Robert P. Jacobs, of Dinvillo, and W. G. Welch, of Stanford. The defendant has retained tho Hon John W, Yerkes. al C-c- il. i-i A WORD TO YOU! o- - During the year just closed we have tried hard to serve you well and wc believe we have succeeded, "Good Goods at Low Prices," is our motto and "Fair Dealing to All," our watchword, For your patronage in 1S9G we are very thankful and promise you to do all in power to merit a continuance of it during the year just begun. Our stock of Groceries, Hardware, Chinaware, Dry Goods, SHOES, &c. , was never more complete and our prices are in correspondence with the hard times. s STGct a dinner at the St. Asaph Hotel when you come o town. Special dinners on courts and public days. first-clas- FARR1S : . & HARDIN, Jp V..N - - ,x :. S : 1 1 : V yife? AI s g-oe- Buy your Coal now before it ft II up, for the Winter. iVf Ml "All Farm Products taken in exchange. rrtv M; I rjji , J. H. BAUCHMAN n & CO. ffjli Ll PAPER Fl A YEAR!" The increaslnu demand for a dally newspaper at a prlco which puts It within the reach of eery person In Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee, county In Kentucky and has been met by the Lou isville Tost. This combouuicrn inuiana; lias a plete afternoon dally will special staff correspondent send the Evening Von In Washington, and thorevery week day In tho ough and reliable men at year to any address, by Frankfort. Full market mail, postage paid, for $.'. reports, choice miscelThe Kvenlnff Post ls tho lany, snort stories, womn brlKhtest and best an's page, nil the sport-in- ir dally In tho South. news. Edltorlallv tho strongest paper In the livening Post. It prints the full Associated l'ress dispatches, louth. Neatly printed on supplemented by correflno paper. Send for spondence from every sample copy. Address atter-noo- ; THE EVENING POST, LOUISVILLE, KY. CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. ,' 1' ..:, THE STANFORD FEMAI& COLLEGE. WILLIAM SHELTON, Prosidont. DEATH DOINGS. ,tWirtln Zl h?"d S.?"!?1""; i- Students IJ5. Teacheri 7 All speclaluti. Thorough courses in Latin, Greek, French, KnzMih Euniel, the 2J year-ol- d eon of Obis. Mathematics, Natural and Moral Sciences. Minic, Art and L.'ocutlon. Situated in the famous liue Grass aection ot Kentucky ; distinguished for healtutuicees of climate, beauty of scenery, refiocttcnt Enssliu, of Ottenheim, died of whoop- of society. Kail Session opens Soptombor 7. Ilefore deciding where ycu will tto I your daughters next yiar, be sure to write for Our NOW CfttnlOgUS. Address, ing cough and measles Friday. MRS. NANNIES S. SAUFLBY, Lady Principal, Stanford. Ky. Joseph Hodge, who has been ill a tf Mra. for some time, died near Highlann Sunday and whs buried at the Metbodi-- t I I iau-.f-- a ,., I R-- v. : ' -- church yeaterday. Henry C. Brooks, aged G3, died Suu-da- y at his home near BroJhead, He bad been paraljid for two years, but the immediate cause of bis death was a severe burn which bo received six weeks ago. While propped in a chair near the fire be fell out and rolled into the Ore place, receiving fearful burns about the face and neck before assistance arrived. Lihe hia tiyu eons be waa a tall man 0 feet 3 and was iu flue health prior to ttib stroke of paralysis. He waa a member of the Christian church for 30 years and waa a good man in many ways. a wife six children survive him. His remains wero laid to rest at the home burying ground yesterday, Be-Bid- es s UNDERTAKING BY ( vn x J4 trj T7rf And!Funerai Director m t,s t, .Jj M Practical Trimmer, Slmbalmer Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, btan ford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e iJjj&fifa:ifA USw- - i.. vwiwwviMkA ,) INTERIOR JOUKKfi Falcon, is a bad man from Bitter Creek, but be ought to practice target shooting before he goes on the war path again. He Jan. 5, 1897 and a farmer became involved in a quarStanford. Ky., rel New Year's, over an unpaid subscription doubtlees, when the haysetd apW. P. WALTON. plied a vile epithet to him. Shuck shucked out a pistol and banged away, mieBlng seIf the court of appeals were not bo his man, but wounding a bystander that -- ) r y verely in the arm, thereby showing much like the mineral water described taster, "too d n technical," he can no more sboat a pistol than a wo a diegueted Here is the chance you have been looking for. Christmas trade is and the governor did not pardon too ma man can throw a rock. MORE NEWS NOTES. ny criminals and give old man Worth over now and the next thing is stock-takinand Itvcih nllAorand Btand nlay of the Deaths from the plague in India ington a chance to pardon a good manv judge and Commonwealth's attorney. now averago 170 daily. more who do not deserve it, the con- They kne that the grand jury would -- Edward Wright, who killed a Negro tempt (or the law as manifested by the find no indictments against the lynchers gill, waa hung at Wilmington, Del. largely increased resort to mob violence, of the negro, Holt, and as talk is cheap Tho heaviest suow storm of the seawould diminish instead of grow so rapFriday and s public a good deal of it. If son raped in Knusas they give th idly. After juries are forced to convict both were really in earnest, they could men, often in spite of the poorest kind soon get a. jury and procure sufficient Your Goods Cheap. We had rather invoice a dollar than the goods. fcUtistics show that in 1890 1,472 Masof prosecution and very able defense, the spoken twins and 27 triplets were born in evidence to indict, but they have court of appeals ttanda ready on tbo and sachusetts. that is the end of it. flimBieet technicality to reverse the verWalter Green, a theatrical manager, dict, and it none can be found, the govand robbed of $200 at opposition to ttie election of Dr. was The ernor is appealed to. That official, un- Hunter to the U. S. Senate is daily in- Lexington. der a misconception of duty, then goeB creasing and the demand for John W. A father, mother and child were asthrough a voluminous ex parte state- Yerkes is assuming very large propor- phyxiated by gas from a cook stove at Given on all goods sold this week to save trouble of invoicing them. ment of the case and if in the tenderness tions. Gov. Bradley will see that he Struthers, O. of hia heart he thinks he sees that the gets there either by election or appointCashier C. O. Ntsbitt, of the Grant least injustice has been done the ment and all who know the genial and County Deposit Bank, Is $32,000 short in he gives him another chance to handsome Yerkes will bid him God his accounts. forage off of the public or slay another speed. Nathan Bensiuger, for many years fellow man. With all the machinery in in the furniture business at Louisville, TnuBto his Irish blood, Editor Dan E. running order to give immunity to has assigned. CharlfB Bramlette. aged SO, who crime and criminals, it is little won- O'Sullivan perpetrates thie bull: The Navigation on the bay at New York is being brought all the best everyone had of the old year was was entirely suspended for 24 hours, died at Cynthlana. was burled by his der that the law own direction, in a stone coffin, a barrel Ladies' and Gents' Underwear, Mens' and Hoys' Clothing, Comforts time in further contempt and that the the worst of it. May we never look upon owing to the fog. again.' and Blankets, mob spirit breeds and multiplies. There its like Judge Toney in a lengthy opinion of Bourbon whisky having buen poured are enough laws on the statute books for taxing the proiee-Bio- over bis body and tho coffin hermetical .Senator Palmbk, the McKinley decoy holds the ordinance all the crimes. Let them be faithfully ly eealed. to be illegal. J duck, is Bald to be very ill. Well, he has executed, let no maudlin sentiment of In Poplar Springs, aBuburhof Newberry, aged 11, died at Mattie our consent to do as Simeon wanted to, sympathy be wasted on those who break much Theodore Flannagan shot ami killsee Luke 2:29, just aa soon aa it suits his Elijy, Ga., from drinking too the laws, and the disgraceful scene and convenience. ed hi landlord, G. W. Allen, Mrs. Almoonshine whisky. doings of the last month will not be of tho len, Liu wif. and Miss Ruth Slack, n headquarters The branch The first two days of the new year wit- Southern railroad have been moved from guoit. Kiuaaflgan claims to bo from CARPETS AND MATTING. Louisville. nessed the suicides of three rascally bank The Georgetown Times is 30 years ola officers, a pretty good record, but. there Oakdale to Uarriman. has been in tho The town of Mooring's Port, Ln j Shaw, who Hiram and like wine improves with age. It. is Several are others who ought to go and do like- hat business in Lexington for 45 yeare, was destroyed by a tornado. one of the cleanest and best paperB in people were killed. Other towns were wise. has made an assignment. the State and Editor Bell is one of the incomRobert Laughlin. who murdered bis a ao struck, but tho reports Hre Hio "bright finest men in the business. POLITICAL POINTS. will Bwing at Brooks-vill- e plete, the telegraph wirra having been wife and niece, and pretty daughter, Miea I.ila Bell, and blown down. Bracken county Saturday. Senator J. C. Lay, of this district, hlH worthy son, Tyeon Bell, are chips of "Show your good judgment by coming, "twa Jackson Jflers. aged 07, killed hia A female physician at Pueblo, Col., announced bis candidacy for superthe old block and when some day, may it has woman by wife in Preslon county, W. Vb , and wis was convicted of killing a tie long deferred, the old man shall lay intendent of schools of Casey county. which in the very given a life Tennessee democrats claim that in a performing a criminal operation. have the aside the pen forever, he will boy naturo of things can not bo more than a Mich , a At Petoskv, satisfaction of knowing that the Times contest of the gubernatorial election playmate because few yeM. His old neck ought to have go right aloug in the narrow path he they will show that 11.000 illegal votes killed his will been broken. with his gun. A; URBANSKY &tCO., Proprietor, has led it and continue to inculcate dem- were cast for the republican candidate. the latter was playing Plans aro being drawn for a 49 Mory A steamer has with the consent of Seven thousand persons attended U the ocratic principles, while telling T. D. RANEY. Manager. loaded with arms office building to be erected in New York news in the most entertaining manner the New Year's reception at the White the U. S., gone to Cuba at a cost of $25 000.000. It will have 5 the insurgents. House. It is pronounced one of the most and ammunition for possible. a boy, 900 rooms in addition to five store-rooJohn Sapinaky, a Branch Stores: brilliant of all White House receptions. up to The rentals are es Mary Falk, on the ground floor. A Mrs. Hackney has bobbed The frienda of Judce W. U. Holt shot and killed sy that she knows that neither Jackson claim that he and not John W. Yerkes who hd been teasing him, at Galveston, timated at $1,440,000 por year. Pennsyl- Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling,' Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, A jodgo in Bucks county, nor Walling were responsible for Pearl will have the backing of the the McKin-l- y Texas. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, Bryan's lapse of virtue and she therefore While Bhooting at a mark in his yard vania, has declared that the bicyclo ia a influence for 17. S. Senator from O , shot his promoter of crime. He says and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. thinks their sentences should be Kentucky. Gub Ricbter, of Columbus, commuted. Astbece arch fiends were wife in the leg, inflicting a dangerous of tho business of tho criminal court is The Legislature which convened at made up by persons who have been led not tried for the ruin of the girl, but for Indianapolis yesterday will elect a suc- wound. Lebeck'B dry goods store, with the astray by some connection with tho murder, it is hard to see the force of cessor to Mr. Voorheee. He will be a her of wheel. Mrs. Hackney's proposition. Let the republican and more than likely O. W. whole of the block on the South side Dun & Co , put the number of Nashville, burned, loss Public Square, Thl.i Is tho heat market and onn It tho licit bouao to ship to. Wo mako liberal hanging proceed and let the she devil Fairbanks. on consign menu. Ucalilc wo havo better XacllltlM than other houses In having in tho United States .for 1890 at 14,- $400,000. who would further blacken the name of many largo factories to supply. Yo gut you tho top price and pay spot cash; nut lu Gen. Custis Lee has resigned the '890 against 13,107 the year before, "with trade No traveling agonU. Ship all your wool and farm produce direct to Cashier Henry Husted, of tho Union the poor girl, be treated with that con- presidency of the Washington and Lee aginKt HERNDON-CARTE- R county, Ind., Nitional Bank, committed liabilities of about 22o 000,000. ignominious action deserves tempt her Universily at Lexington, Va , and it is increaco in L0TJX8VII.X.E, KY. 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Murroll Court, Buiclde by hanging himself to a rafter in $173,10G,0GO last year, an number of about 12 por cent, find in liaLouisville is getting to be one of the aiid that the place will be offered Post- his stable. " healthiest cities in the country. Thouch master General Wilson, who will soon W. A. Hammond, vice president of bilities of 20 per cant Dr. Rigel, who fomented the insur largely in 1896, be out of a job. its population increased defunct National Bank of Illinois, at Hon. A. J. Cirroll has declared in the the number of deaths fell from 3,510 the Chicago, committed suicide by throwing rectiou in the Philippines, was married an hour before bin ext tuition by the year before to $200 Another gratifying n interview that he will vote for a re- himself into the lake. GREAT BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL. OF. Ty SOUTH. principal of the Spaniards to Mjbs Josephine I'nchen statement is that there were G'2 lefsdeaths publican if necessary in order to dofoat Prof. Maurice Kirbr, HOLDING Tt of, Jfirrf(2ttJMrJJ-ytrrMtMa"5: mkutis LEADING BUSINESSPOSITIONS. from typhoid fever than in 1S93, the to- Blackburn, and will also vote for a Louisville Male School, and one of the Unsigned a confusion renouncing HEN OF cotsoto by the if necessary, to bring about an yfamuMrjtfatoAfoywAfimfM s- s ia lees than 45 deaths sonry and other secret HocietiH with tal being 90 This .y foremost and most widely known educar --jj si iwr rnnviBY MCVTOV COURBC WAHTCp. i which he was eonnected. to the 100,000 people, while the average election. A sweet scented democrat is tors in Kentucky, iH dead. (mw6vs.'JmMLftE. -The board of visitors Of the Kentucmurrate from all causes wts about 15 Toney. death At Cincinnati, Gue Anderson Tho republican administration in in 1,000. mistress, Millie George, in a ky Institution for tho Blind at Louisville, Kentucky ia the most striking failure of dered his opli manner, by throwiug a report thut there were 101 white p ISDC. and 20 colored in charge during For the third time Joseph Adkins has modern times. The treasury is bank-rup- most horrible lamp on her. oil lighted coal ,Miiy of them wero given iieritmiiHut been given a life- sentence for the assassthe Commonwealth almost reduced Milan, Tenn., is excited over tno employment in IIih citv h, Hxlariea rangination of Judge Combs in Perry county. to a state of anarchy. And yet there Miller. Six Ne- ing from $15 to $125 a month r of The last trial lasted nearly a month and were democrats last Fall who allied murder and are heavilj groes are under arrest was held at Barbourville. It is sincerely themselves with this holy combination. Johnny Christina. To think how many and varied arc the arti guarded to prevent lynching. and Johnny Ulnnk is under to be hoped that the court of appeals Cynthlana Democrat. cles which arc kept by an druggist ? A Maine bee man got 170 pounds the governor will stand hands off this "ufiiX vory high pressure In an The canvass of the total vote cast for Brushes for the teeth, brushes for the hair, extracted and 130 pounds comb honey p&L effort to bo good, if his time and let the cowardly murderer re- presidential electorslin November is at his five colonies of bees. vWGUT own statement ifl to bo uc- brushes lor the bath, brushes for the hands. tire forever from public view. He ought list completed in all the States. It gives last year fromcast five swarms. coptod. Ho mot n friend they cV?IC to bo glad that he saved hia worthless McKinley 7.101,401; Bryan, C.470.G50; Besides Sweet scented soaps, sweet scented essences, James Cart, of Charleston, W. Va., i!$tfjrt?&$ yesterday nnd mado his neck. Palmer, 135,930; Levering, 130.500; Bent-lecompanion's cvch bulgo sweet scented powdrrs for the wardrobe. Hot ng:rVjJ couldn't get whisky, so he drank essence 14,392; Matcbette, 33,538. McKin-ley- 's with his Htory. When he was finishing of cinnamon. will not be in MdKin-ley'- s water bottles, bottles for babies and bottles of J "" John SnuusiAN plurality over Bryan 630,475 and "I hain't had no fnn his 20th bottle he dropped dead. for he himself has said it. cabinet, medicine till you can't rest. If you'd learn Jatoly, Jim," ho said, glitnoiug nround his majority over all is 310,399. In a fight over who should take a to sco that nono of his relatives was in He got an intimation that Gov. BuBhnell of appeals, which is commore about our variety you'd come here often-er- . The court would appoint Charles Kurtz, a tool of posed largely of free silver men, is young lady to church, Isaac Johnson sight, "but I'm iu it this time Pop's Penny's Drug Stoke. Come to see us. struck hia brother, James, on the jaw at promised mo n new pair of skntos if I Foraker, to the vacancy in the Senate. to lire theXofficial reporter, Ed got 85 on my December report, whioh'll upon which he will about Ga., and broke bis neck. Jackson, The only condition Hines, who was perniciously active, durThe annual production of gold from bo mado out next week, yon soo. If I go into tha cabinet is that Mark Hanna ing the late canvass, for the gold standpresent don't miss Sunday school nnd kin tell be appoiuted to succeed him and that ia ard. If it is done tho tipstaff will suc- all the various sources is at This Ib twice the what tho text is, Mam nho soz sho'll about $210,000,000. not likely to be done. get mo an nir gun. Whoopee!" ceed to the vacancy and a eon of Judge amount produced seven years ago. And hero John'B exuborauco wa' disbanding Guffy, who is a silver democrat, will be Gov. Bbadley'b action in William Walton brought to the of- given vent in n series of whoop with Barbourville ia made tipstaff. the Bradley Guards at fice of the Madisonville Hustler a petrigymnastic uccompanimotit. democrats who electThe highly commendable. The members had -- n. Jim," fied enake found in a Bolld rock, evi"But that's not half disgraced their uniforms by their Christ- ed McKinley because be stood upon a dently several thousand years old. ho continued. "Yon know, hen 8i3's mas tear and they ought to suffer aa gold standard platform are beginning to George B. Wilkins, vice president of bean 'comes I hang nround and work much diflgiace as possible. Pity they reap the reward of their treachery. With- the Commercial National Bank of 8elma, him for candy and sich, but hIio has could not ba drummed out of the ser- in 60 days after the republicans captured Ala., which failed for $500,000, commit- promised mo u dollar of I keep off her territory on bean nights. Thou my drop the mask of fair Make yourself happy during 1897 by vice with the band playing an appro- the presidency they ted auiclde in the Episcopal church. my aunt, Bcein I'm tryin to ness and begin the same old partnership veteran undo and goin to chip in, nnd as priate air. Joseph B. McCollagh, the bo good, aro I'm with the trusts and monopolies. How journalist of St. Lonia, committed sui- goiu to two Sunday schools I'm strictly Commercial Bank of Selma, Ala., do those Southern democrats who sold The iu It, nnd don't yon fergit it." cide by jumping from a second-storfailed for half a million and the vice their party and bartered their own souls He said ho was tired of living. helped wreck it, for a mess of pottage like the picture ? .president, Wilkins, who CONFEDERATE VETERANS. Mrs. Tillie Corder, of Oircleville, O , went to bis pew in church and killed Louisville Critic. five chilkilled herself because all of her A Partial Lint of those Liting in Lincoln himBelf, aa he should have done. RasSenator Blackburn thinks that an dren were down with typhoid fever and County. REMEMBER cally bank presidents ought all kill extra session of the legislature will re she was not able to buy medicine for In addition to Ihe names or aj ol Lincoln C3un for U. S, Senator at a tbemaelvee, but they ahould do it before sult in a dead-loc- k ty surviving Confederate oldlors publ'abed in them. the largest and best stock of goods "in our line" in Lincoln We not after they have broken tho concern. cost of 1150,000 and "Gov. Bradley hesithese It is said that Jesse Winner and Jas. our lait, Spratt,are added; Kentucky. Co. B. oth W. G. county and we are at all times' ready to open our heads in regard, to tates to assume this risk, which would were hangod by a mob at A daily paper at Richmond seemB bring down upon his bead and upon bis Nelson, who T. M. White writes: I belonged to Co. G, ad Lexington, Mo., for the murder of the Tenn. Cavalry, Col. H M. Ashby. Was lalcm prices. certain in the near futuro. Mr. Clarence party the harshest of criticism. FurWinner family, were innocent of the priiouer in Lancattcr the 31st of July, 1863, in E. Woods haa go'ne at the attempt like a thermore, he knows that it there should crime. the Mason Hotel, which was empty then. I had we trust man who meana business, and be an election of a Senator the choice is steamer Commodore, which on a Federal uniform and was condemned to be The being a spy under the famous he will succeed, though, it is a pretty likely to fall on Godfrey Hunter. The cleared from Jacksonville with armB and hot fororder, but made a change duringGn. night the undertaking, you must know, old governor is not (or Mr. Hunter. big d Cuba, Or most any old thing taken in exchange for goods. We are much Ho ammunition for Cienfuegos, and was not found the next morning. Came to fellow. mileB out at sea. No Uvea Lincoln cuuntj alter the cloie of the war and it Is obliged for your 1896 trade and awaiting your 1897 commands, we in case of an knows, in other words, that when 20 my home yt and I want to be burled there when Obadoock's paper of Saturday extra session, he would be condemned were lost. Very Truly, Yours, Col arc. Michigan suspender company has Idle. was 00 years whatever the result. If there should be A had this item: "Tho Citizen Cavil- Peyton, Co. A., 6th Keutucky without an election the repub- Buspended, thus giving tho newspaper ry-M. Speed old yesterday, Jan. let." Of course the a session to resume be irreparably injured. junk dealers an opportunity L. B. Adams, Co. 13., 4th Tenn. Rtgiment Incltisea referred to is the colonel himself, lican party would He is If Mr. Hunter would be elected it would that old demand for more elasticity in fantry Col. H. P. Neely, Gen. GIdebn J. Pillow'i old man is prevaricating. - Stanford, Ky. but the Dealers in Hardware, Groceries and the like, Brigade, Gen. Leoolaas Polk's Division. be killed." oar currency. great deal older than that. EHJ-WEEK- Eonon Finlby Rhuck. of the Lebanon Davidson, Congreesman elect from Arizona, is the firat to dlo. Congressman J. W. Bailey, of Texas, aspires to the leadership of the minority in Congress, now that Crisp is no more. Senator Joe Blackburn 'says he "would liko to see trouble with Cuba." If Josoph will stay right in Kentucky he will probably see more trouble by and by than he can wade througb.-Chica- go J.J. Times-Heral- d. Sat-tirdi- iv Band-bagg- ed con-deme- d, Tto Omaha Savings Binkp, The Citizens' National Bank, of Fargo, N. D., and tho Whitehall, Mich , Stnte Savings Bank were Saturday's contribution to the long list of failure. Ambrose G. Madison, a great of President Madison, was the defendant in a suit for separation in Brooklyn last wtckl He had degenerat ed intn a race track tout. A cut of 25 per cent, in wages is announced by the Norton works, of Ashland, employing about 200 men. Strikes us we were to have prosperity when McKinley was elected. The famous Favarro cafe at Lexing0 ton, in which Rtley Grnunan sunk tlurirw tho few months ho ran it, ia to bo opened in grand ntyle by Charley Brown, of Cincinnati. Thiti should i' a Ipfsou to parents: A boy not quite 11 vmira old was killed near JufferBonviil, I ml., by tho accidental discharge of h pistol his 'father had given In in for a Christmas present. Threo expeditions have been p'nnn-eg to discover tho South Polo. It is to learn that this nrglfcted country is at lst going to receive tho attention of the adventurous and scientific. Compressed air motors threaten to supplant steam enginea. At a testof tho Uardie motor in Now York last week great success was achieved. It is said to bo cheaper than electricity and less grand-nephow THE- - Mstfille Store. $30,-00- Now's The Time to Buy d urat-ifyin- BIG DISCOUNT don-gerou- s. Dress Goods, Domestics, Notions, AND ns At-lant- a, LAD ME CLOAKS f We will Save you 25 Per Cent, if you call on us this week. THE LOUISVILLE , ST0RL, -- n one-thi- rd fail-ur- ea WOOL. WOOL. CO. TrE 6 ' " -- ((2rtjZfJr $rfrtifjyrtt';j t, - Did You Hotel-keepe- Ever Stop j all-roun- d ! y, Jr free-tra- de of Happy lie Year. y win-do- Paying Cash For What You Buy. I m hae Ilur-brid- ge corn, Hay, Butter, Eggs or nioneg, foun-dere- BIGGINS & McKINNBY. Ill V 'f re-- - - T Sr- -' arar 3 I -- vi-Weekly Take your watch repilrs to Danka'. E.ntitlkd to a Pathnt. Mr. A. 0, Sine has recnlved b letter from Mnnn A I5tf Youit account is ready. Please call IJotTnil Inmlmr ami Mndim In .ln Uo ,nn and settle W. D. McRoberfa. H. J. McUoberts. P"nt MttorneyH.s'HiIni? that his Stanford, Kv., - Jan. 5, 1897 l invention of the "Qiirk (Hibpkh Gush Tub Stanford Band hired a rig New Youh account is (Iuh and must be paid Year's and serenaded the town. l at once. M. 8. A J. W. Banchmnn. i K. C. Walton, Business Manager. 'ft Full line of Canned Goodsof all kinds, I will keep no books after I Dried Fruits, Ac , at Warren & Shanks'.' will sell only for the cash. IJ. J. We solicit your Trade for the year just begun, guaranYoo should tako your prescriptions to j: rennyV drug store where prompt and '.i teeing you Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. Tub weather on New Year's day waa accurate service Is Kuurauteed. Stoisk Room, with entrancea both on 25 degreen warmer than the normal for yi to Main and Lancaster streets, for rent. W. January 1, PJHtSONATsP OINTS. O' P. WBlton. o; .iBiHPjaadlilk Thk property on Lancaster street occuM11. John F.IMojhk Htid son, Llgo, of : v Given as Low Trices as any cash house in town. Give Pure blooJ barred Plymouth Rod, pied by J. F. Cummins for root. P. P Gieoy, were hurt ytter.)ay. us a call. Thanking you for your patronage roostera for h1i at 50c 6ch. William Mus. Lydia (Jaiihico, o( Louisville, la Nunnelley. L. hPBBBUlH Til. and soliciting a . Severance. visiting her father, Mr. F. . Brady. ii continuance, I ?m Very Truly, Let all the Confederates remembortho Sunday'm i;nle hie down much fenMrs. L. A. Faiihish, of Lexington, la meeting hoto next Monday and iTt in the 'J cing and did considerable other dasnagu thoKUett of hur fattier, Mr. J. H. Kout. meantime send their natnH to us. : .; in localities around town. Mira Hallik Duudkiiah hta returnud 'W. C'lOXOX'X"""" Foit Rknt. CottHgo on East Main from a visit to her brother, K J, in LouIb- All kinds of bKcksmlthing done it street occupied by Win. Mordant. PosVlllf. sesion Jan. 1. Apply to Harvey Helm. our Bhop. Satisfucilon guaranteed. M. Mus. J, M. Alvkmon wlM entertain bo gsaOasa, S. fc J. W. Baughman. "Economical Olub" from.'Hill 5 Thura Killed. Moses Uliambcrd, a filmier, day afternoon. Duiiimi their f.ur day,' hunt in Casey waa run over by a K. 0. train at Fort EsD. L. Youxo, Emj , of Pittaburg, spout till, Madison county, and ground and Adair, Messrs George D. Cooper and to piecseveral days with his parents, Mr. and es. U. Tate killed 100 birds They found Mrs. James 8. Young. them plentiful hut hard to kill. THE invbntoh. Smyhnia, Moqueitw and Mttlng Rugs Louis Waix has gone to Richmond Tub next regularly hooked company to at Withers'. Also a great variety of Chiand Mt. Sterling In search of a good place nese and Japanese matting just receiv- appear a Walton's Opera House is "Da Drawer" Is no infringement on any othto open a butcher shop. Tojalk about Winter Goods last week but if all sifns vidson's Old Farmer Hopkins," which er, and thHt tbov think him entitled to a Mus. Mahy I'mnny wont over to Lex- ed. fe don't fail you will need a few was here Nov. 30 1893, and gave general patent. Though simple, Mr. Sine's inington Friday ti nee her sister, Mrs. Your account at U. C. Rupley'a is due satisfaction to acrowded house, our vention la a wonderfully ingenious and books Graves, who la very sick. and ready for you and he will greatly ap- showing unusually la'ge receipts for the useful onp, and the many friends of tho Dit. Hawkins Disown, of HuHtonvllle, a preciate an early settlement. Don't Dut night. e'everand popular gentleman hope that hip, been verv sick for a week or who it otr. "there's millions In it" for him was better yesterday. tnore, D. Levin has ponied notices stating Tux Lincoln County Medical Society Mus. A. M. QiiiDLiKand little (laughthat ho will apply lor merchant's license -- In West Virginia MrB. Susan Smith, ter, Kliriboth, of (somerset, are quests of will meet here to. day, when there will county court day to sell spirituous, It looks like foolishness to offer desirable Winter Goods daughter of a nherifl, hsa been regularbe numerous essays and Interesting paber sister, Mrs. J. L. Yantis. and malt liquors at his store mar ly sworn In as his deputy to assist Id at the prices we offer them. all pers read. M11. 0. A. Valth, one of Kingaville's Olteiih-iii- i. J. II. Yanhook, nf McKin-ney- , bin official Htitiep. big was here yesterday hav Mill apply (0r druggist's license to Jake Gash, who was porter at the St. lug a largu lot of printing done. s ll liquors. Asapn Hotel, died at Somerset Sunday NKWADVKKTIHKMKNTs m m Mis. W. II. WffiiiKN and wife have of His remains A Fran the longeet and most remarkamoved into a portion of Mips Carrie Por- were brought here and will bo luterred ble of warm spells, beginning ter's house on Lancaster street. with Cnristmas day, rain followed the gale of Miih. lUv. J. M. Bhcck and little At Auction. All but three ol Htauford's merchants Sunday and the mercury whs descenddaughter, of KUzibethtorrn, arrived Boots, Shoes, Heavy Gloves, &c. Look for our ijiindny to visit her mother. Mrs. X. A. bava adopted tho cash system and it is ing at a rapid rule yesterday from its only a question of time, whoa they will perch of the day before fa the GO, the Located over twac "amiltonN itoro In Rowland, Tyree. will bo told at public nuction, Jt'DOK V. K Yaiinon baa moved his hetorcedto. It is the only satisfactory signal service saying that it it would fall O-OOZD- S, system. at least 10 t olllce to one of the rooms of the First Monday, II, 1897, National Dink's building on Lancaster Hftwctn it and t As uaual the prettleet calendar comes At the Masonic batquet at the Myers lioo. in blaufora n o'clock before thocourt-hou-(III JOfL, T. EM street. V, Embroidery and Lace Advertisement in a few days. from O.I. Hood A Co, the sarssparilla IIouBe, Wednesday night, the menu ot s. W.MENEKKK. y Mr. JJ. V. Smith leaves for men, of Lowell, Macs. Ask your druji-gis- t which is very comprehensive and Norfolk, Y., to take the poaition of civil APR7?Q Jnrb L","t "ear Holdam for one or send C ceuta in stamps to to make an epicure's mouth water, .1 engineer on the extension of the water worshipful .Master, .1. N. Saunders will ijOanil the linn. a e. Mirr alo for "Pring. a sootl M Ik works there. be toast master and Rev. A. V.S zemore, Weuel.caiej h.. Hrucc, dmnlorJ AdJrei Albert A. G. Huffman's dairy horBe ran awav of umii .tiATitiNY ami tiride, who was this place, H. G. Sandifer, ol Danville, Mirs Fannie ilornett, of Kanias City, wjth the driver, G. T. Proctor, yesterJ. Mort Rothweli, of Lancaster, F. B. arrived ant week to visit his mother, Mrs day, overturning the WHgon nod break- Twidwell, of Hustonville, Owen Thofnae, ing it up considerably. Nobody was Lebanon, Mary Matheny. and K. W. Smith, of Stan-forLONDON, KY., Misa Mahy Oasii and her visitor, Miss hurt. are down for toasts. The wives and iL'.epI"11 S'ndl. of KR'ut UooVt, Tracts Pa- Cutnby, of Dallas, Texas, left yesThk afternoon prseuger train on the Bweethenrteof Masons are exprcted to terday to (luish the session at Hamilton Richmond branch n,,ea ana wb discontinued Sat- be present ami help enjoy the banquet College, Lexington. Is the certainty of fulfillment W.S JACKSON, London, Ky. f urday for lack of patronage, but it is if they can not be admitted to the seMifsSallik Itixi), who was elegantly likely that it will be of each and every one of them. When you leave resumed after Sev crets of the lodge room. entertained hv Miesea Lucv and Onhelia eral mouths. your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient guaran- Thk program printed in the last issue Chancellor while here, returned to tee that you will have an accurate and reliable timeLucky. County Clerk James F. of Ibis paper was very creditably renderyesterday. Mh J. W. Phrhin has moved his famihold ticket No. 0S9 which called ed at the Christian church by the young iluuonville kt , (o J P. KUnnaK,n. deed . h piece. ly to his ncently purchised property on for the handsome 5'J music box Farriu people Suni'ay night fiom G:I5 to 7. The Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are : L io Bk ... ..7 , , vuiim(v jiwki '?. rc'issue on oPK Whitley Avonuo. Miss Sue Warner will A Hardin gave away. Mr. Cummins object of these meetings waa tersely to the u:uUis.,,d or hu aa.lgne laid ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? will now learn to play on it. occupy the houruhe vacated stated by Eider J. T. Sharrard to the 8 We have gained the reputation for miles around for rim'rj. V. Flanntgan. deed. that they were to make Mh.Joiin 0. IlouTON has been notitied best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince If as some believe trie first 12 days of truths more interesting to tho Biblical Of a pension allowance of fSSOn month young. CONDITION OK THK you. with back pay since Nov. '20, ISJrS, the the year indicate the weather for each of After Scriptural reading by tho chair the months, March will bo the windiest man, Prof. E. L FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. arrearages now being ovrr S00. Grubbs, and a song by on record. The 3d was so windy nnd tho choir, with Misa Myrtle Hughes as AT STANFORD, J M. JiioNAt'Qii spent a fewdaya with dusty you could hardly go out of dooia. organist, little Miss Maud Varnon SBng a At the cloe of bujinen Dec. 6, 1896. ins grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. SAl.ss.-Maaugh, before leaving frr Cluclnnati J. N. Menefee sold to solo. Sammy Lee declaimed, little Mis RKSUL'RCKS. LaGrande Jones recited, Miss Octnvla I.ean and Discount Unn P. Martin n house ami lot in Rowt continue hie course in dentistry. ..i . in to Directors.. Mil. am Mus. J. M. Hyatt entt rtafn-- e land, which cost him jSOO In better times Sizemore Bhiig'Oii, Lord, havo Mercy .M....MM. ai,ooo 00 Ovcrdralts, I last evening in honor of Mifb Mngge 8,67s 19 for i 100. Mr. Menefee also sold to J. W. on Me," Mr. Joe F. Waters sang a bari- Due fiom secured National llanls. J7M 47 Did you know that we keep the purest and best dnifrc nnrWvili fin Noel, of Slnnlord, and Miss Dettie Perrin the Rnmsey p ace on Whitley Av- tone boIo. "Tho Handwriting on the lUnkinR house mid lot 5,jSo 00 Wall," the choir joining in the chorus, Other iioclc and bonds .. . of Lancaster. Lancaster Henord. enue for 1700 1,984 07 your prescriptions accurately ? Did you know that we don't charge Mrs. J. W. Haydeu and Mr. E. H. Behi-le- y !P"ie- ..4oooo Mksskn Sam-ohA u.k.n and William as much for filling them as some druggists? If you didn't know SUrn,DCy Will Huild Mr. John P. .rt. i$ M,4Si 45 sang who 0 ark.cf Millersburg, spent siiveral days bought the rear portion of Mr.Jonee, Ow- chorus a duet, tho choir assisting in the Furniture and fixtures ' ' Coo 00 these things, J. H. bb before; Mra. Hayden, Miss Fund tnnhvlnp. with the Misses Woods, who returned ens' lot is thinking of remodeling the Sizemoroand Mr. Waters sang "B-c- it xptnses last iiuarter . ,e , to Millersburg Female College yesterday. houe.) aud building two cottages besides. from the Long Am." sasisted bv thn Mk. T. J.Tktkk has been selected n This will materially help the Hppearauce excellent choirand an entertaining meet$J45'"7" UA...LITIF.S. by tiie board of DuiTalo Cemetery of the West Knd of town. ing W8S concluded, after which Elder Capital stock paid in, in cash ., . f joo.ooo 00 And vou will ho rrmvfnrprl A rJnlli.. it Hnd he will take cluirge this week. Mrs. wun .. ui nicr .....l us man at Joseph Severance preached an interest- Surplus fund """" :il k r...i g itig ' A Hocker sold 303 dolls UndiYided profits Hendricks is undecided as to what Bbo any drug store in the State. Patent Medicines of all kinds a little 7' 3 during the holidays and little Miss Vir- ing sermon, to whicn the largo audieuce Individual Depo.lt, , y,V will do J attentively listened. The idea of the Due to Natlcnal IUnV. cheaper than anybody sells them. Will Burton, who baa be on in the ginia Hnurne won the beautiful doll they Young People Society la a good one and buc Sute Hani & Bankers' . .. .. , , .0 . employ of the Laurel Goal Co. at Pitts- offered to the one who guessed the num calculated to be the means of accomburg, haa given up his position to study ber they disposed of. Mr. Uedell Chan plishing great good. 5345.557 7J Stale f Kentucky, S. S. medicine. He is with bis father for a cellor and Mies Nettie Grinstead also county ol Lincoln, guessed 303, but in the draw Miss Vir &sJ?ie.r V Tlltt 'Trunillo.na.l ttlMt, i BO n few days. ......u.. LUC V..UV, - , -V?1' n.nu anu UOH1C OUIIneil Dh. J. M. DitYANT has succeeded Mr ginia was the fortunate one. stylethemsilviB, wiah toboremombered on aiam street in the town or Stanford, JlK sworn, bp8 all rpects a sa7s that in lore" under tho "swell eocioty" notes of 0. K. Koch as pharmacist at Craig f& COioB Report true statement the condition ot the said tank at the close ol busi-of This from tho Cynthfana Democrat in a Uocker's. Tho latter will locate at Cor They were entertainod by ness on the 31H day or December, s8;6, to the bin, where he will very probably go Into sample Item from every town with bar Misses Maybelle Drye, Edna Camnltz, fcf ?ihL' k.uowlod," ?d belief; and fuVtber sayi bank has been transacted rooms: "More drunken men on the Mabel Taylor and Adah the drug businers for himself. Alcorn. Friday at the location named and not elsewhere: and that Dealers In the above report is made in Mrs Jno. H. DaioiiTia at Frencbburr, Btreeta Christmas Eve than have been night they wc ra beautifully entertained official nntirArr!vi.1 l.m compliance withr.. an , . ka i Menefee county, with her daughter, Been in a lon time. Too much booze by Miss Helen Hockor in her new home. Ldes'KnatlnB the jtst day of December, 1895. as the uu wiutn iucn report snail be made. Mrs. Henry Mills. Mr. Bright is mak- led to too many fracaees." On the other Tbo guests of honor were MiBses Lucile ..jr Jown it. uiYSLKY, Cashier. S. II Shank Director. ing his home in the mean time with hand Stanford, Danville aud Lancaster Cooper, of Stanford, Mellie Lafayette A. W. Cahpkntkk, Director. bis other daughter. Mrs, Cbaileo Carter. report no drinking, no fracases and no Hopper, now a pupil of Potter's Female JohnS. Owsley, Sk., Director. disorder. School of Glendale, O., and Misa Anne Ocii former Liberty correspondent, Mr. The affiant f. II. Owsley, Cashier . " the Far-Ui- rf rusi va.. tai 1 the foregoing W. Loving, sends us a letter from J. Thk National Rank of HuBtonvillo as Cook Huffman, a very talented arliat, of uioi. iiik is trae to the best ol that knowledge anil statement his Summit, MIbs., where be baa gone with UBual shows up well. Its canital (a 50.. Lexington. Those presont were MiBsea belief. J U. OWSLEV, Cashier. I. n. Owtlev. this Ian. a viow to locate. The Sentinel publish 000, Its surplus $25,000 and for the last Edna and Carrie Camnilz, Maybelle 1, sworn to before me by ft RIGHT, I8.J7 W. M. N.P. L.C. Drye, Mabel Taylor and Adah Alcorn. 'od there prints a very flattering notice of Bix months ita earnings were 14,043.10, The gentlemen wero Messrs. Jack bis arrival. out of which a dividend of 3 per cent was NEW- Opposite the Court House. Lenard Taylor, Howard and HarMhs. J. H. Bauohman was getting sig- declared, all expenses paid and $1,000 natures to a petition vesterdav. askino taken to surplus. President Dr. E Al- ry Camnilz, Philip Tinkerton, Val Morse :- -: its deter- corn and Cashier J. W. Hocker are finan- and John A. Goodo. They nut to shame v the city, council to the older ones in the art of entertaining mination to grant licenso and recind the ciers with a big "F." and boing entertained. order. Nearly every one she asked sign- Some of the property holders on LanWe have opened at Stormes' old stand a Complete ' ed tho paper. Line of J. 0. Kabiaka is bacli from Atlanta Tiuylob, Mifs Ethel, caster street are kicking like Bronchos Mus. John of extra good over the prospect of a bar room being where hosold a Frankie Doty and Willie Gordon, tho cotton mules ntiSI. K L. Ilubbla sold Furniture, Carpets, Wall Taper, latter twins, were in to eee us yesterday. opened in Tommy Ball's store room and a d &c , &c. of BiiKar mulda at $01; T. B. are getting up protests against it. This Is Receivinghis- The twins are little beauties, la useless, however. Tho city council Walker, two loads of cotton mu lea at $70 black-eye- d Lh peas. old and bb much alike as legalized the business here and any and T. O. Uolion ouu of eamo at eanio We will Keep Constantly in stock Even tbeir mother can't tell them apart has man who hasn't conscientious scruples price. Mr. Hubble remained in Atlanta the Latest and Best Goods, half the time. .jvv- -j ship against it is at liberty to rentbia proper- and has ordered two more Misbkb Emma Maiitin, Mary Cowen ped to bim. ty as he Bees Ot. and Mary Harris, of the college faculty, Kaneea Oarhero nre nrotcatinir And Make Prices to Suit the All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. I) after spending the Holidays at their re. Out.-- W. Times. W. Withers haa sold OKdinsttbe Sold of Seuntor Petfer. spective homes in Tennessee, Ohio nnd out his undertaking stock including two So many people are imitating his ezam- HERD OP THE We guarantee perfect satisfaction in every reYirginia, are back at their posts all the hearses, coffins, &c, to J. 0. McOlary, nlo of wearing lone beard that tbeir trade Thoroughbred QTC'Tn spect. Come see us. bettor prepared for work for the sea who will have the exclusive business in Las been ruined. JtatXtAJ TJTftr SiHlaaaaaaHaaaaBaEBHaBBH of rest ana enoymeni.v eon Lincoln county people, our old homo people, are that line bore. Mr. Withers retains, nf My Breeders were selected from tne beat herd The first blizzard of the aoaaon corually invited to inspect our stock and get our VI IUI auwu '"A wiuw course, his undertaking business at Hua iiiai U1UIICUI in Western Missouri, throughout prices. Sutci. A splendid lot ot plgi of ditireat tg CITY AND VICINITY. Bred tows a spcUlty. SatisUctioa tonville aud Oorbin and will soon nut In Kanaaa and in tbe Territories, the tralnn for ule. A. BEAZLEY& CO., Garlbad Dinner Sets'at cost. Warren a branch at Mt. Vernon. He will con J at many pointa in Kansas being delayed BRONAVGH, tinue the furniture business here. Shanks. jm by snowdrifts. Lancaster, Ky. Crab Orchard,, Ky Interior jourmi Plated knives and forks at DankB. s fZjQ&jyyxsjS's.z.z 1 m m I s A FEW WORDS TO YOU. to-da- y. a a HkHwbliK Vv'''. Cash Customers W. B. MoBOBEETS. Mggggsartggst -. I m m jaaagsaggaas V I-- ,. m It Looked Like Foolishness m a WINTER GOODS. typhoid-pneumoni- a. i. m to-da- y. CYCLONE HALL, Blankets, Comforts, Cloaks, Hose, Overcoats, Rubbers, 1 January WHITE to-da- sulli-cie- nt " SEVERANCE & SOV.- - I W. S. JACKSON, "1-- 4 IIzl IVfy Back of Promises liar-rjdshu- rg NOTICE. Cum-min- hhee M.0:"? fr-tifica- to ef-fe- et THOMAS DALTON. D-- o vor DID YOU KNOW IT ? Wt-rt- , -- -- Bex-to- 303.-Or- ' Give Us a Trial, j i,a -- CRAIG 66 HOCKER. -,- ,-.. f& Hua-tonvili- e. B. K. WEAREN & SON . Farming Implements of all Kinds, Waggons, Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Buckboards, &c. - (. . OFFCE IN OWSLEY BUiLDING, H. C. RUPLEY, Pink-erto- n. 1 Furniture House- ctr-loi- ul HPHE MERGHANT TAILOR car-loa- SJ-ye- ara car-loa- ds wmmmwmmmmm IILUK-GIIAey ---The Duroc-Jers- XXJXD pro-vai- ls u- - w M J. I R. H. V. J. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journh AT k FLOTSAM AND JETSAM. ARM ANDTRADE ITEMS. BUNKOING IN FRANCE. TllB STOPPING A RUN. .1 I 1 I I f i Nutwood has 40 2:20 performers. Frank A pan won $12,000 lust season. Olover ami mixed hay for t alo. J. B Foster, Stanford, will be charged.not acpaid Axtnll, 2:12, ntDiue yeara old Iifb nine in the 2:20 lift. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hal Pointer Bold for $1,000 in 1S93 Trains leavo Stanford it 7:10 a in., and 4:05 and won J2 000 last year. p. so., returning at 4: ,0 n in., and 9:20 p. ra. J. B. Foster eMd to O. P. Haffman LOCAL TIWE CARD. L.&N. Borne butchpr BtulTat 2 37$. T. J. Oulton fold to G. A. Swine . t 37Pa Mo. t4, Train gotncNorth m 13 " " No,.to. " .3 04 a m btoad 10 butcher cattle at 2. p .11 South Mi. ts, Capt. Jack Bosley bought of Parce & . t 03 p in " " Ke.tj, D twos 10 plain yearlings at 3lc QUEEN & CRESCENT. Henry Traynor, of Hichmontl, will Train past Junction City ai follows:. handle T. O. Anslin's Btring this year. Mo. 1 South i 01 p m No a North ...3 38 p m Thompson Bros, bought in the Went h . ...3S a ni 1j.09.4ra " 4 " - ' " 6 ' 11 31 am ..1.49 pm Endabunchot butcher cattle at 2J to " ...6 00 a m " 3 35 p m " to " Nora. Net. 9 and to run no fuih,r than 2jc. Junction City. All trains stop there. The Uamlins own three sires having in the 2:20 10 or more representatives and 2:15 lists. G. A. Swinebroad bought in the East End 20 butcher cattle at 2 to 2Jc snd a bunch of stock cattle at 3 Jc. Lyon !t Allen shipped to Cincinnati Friday two car loads of fat hogs they boucht in the Veat Ead at 2jc. 8horthorn steer A three.year-ol- d ' weighing 2,050 pounds was Bold at the Kansas City stock yard last week at Oc. W. V. White bought of 11 Williaire nndB G. Gover a small farm ntsr Bright'a Mill, ontbe Hanging Fork at PubliBhod Every Tueuday and Friday en PARISIANS ARE LIVING UP TO THEIR REPUTATION IN THIS RESPECT. Smnrt Trick by Mrnna of Wlilrli TIiIotc Itotibrtl n Jinn of HU Valurtble A fiooit n Ills I'nclc llnw 1'our Yoiinc; .Toko llloo.ls DIikmI Well unit Clionplj. - M- w ?SSfl l Absolutely Pure. 11 POWDER Celebrated foritsgreit leening streigth and healthfulness. Assures the fxJ igilntl alum and all lorms of adulteration so com o a in tbe cheap brandi. IIOYAL BAKING POWDSR CO, New Vork. rs The old reliable Singer Sewing Machine Needles ot all kinds Oils and Repairs call at the Singer Sewm Machine Co 's Office ritanUrd, Ky. J. VV. I'ertln, Opposite Fost-Otllc- rnn rUJA Aent. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon (fib w Stanford, Ky, V sz?. Office over McRoberts Drug Storo in the Owsley linildine. DB. W. B. FEITE", Dentist, Office on : Stanford, A. : K. Lancaster Street, at Retidence. John It. Cattleman. C I.anhim OYAk INSURANCE COMPANY OF, LIVERPOOL. JRSRBEB Commerce '537'. 5 CSSTLEMS. MANAGERS, Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout the Sojth. A.. THIBBLU, LOCAL, AGENT, ,Z ' Stanford, Kentucky. 37f RESIDENCEJFOR SALE. store-hous- Stanford, with ca:l!Re3llincelot,House in The lot contains for szle. on same bj easily divided, putting store acre, andean homo and residence on separate lots. At reason abls price and en easy terms. Apply to I. N. SAUNDERS, Stanford, Ky. J3tr A ) DEALERS in exchange. IN COAL, Come and see us. Nfar Railroad Crossiue.fJEast of Depot, STANFORD, KY. Corn and Hay taken Good, Clean, Cheap J. T, J02THS, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole proprietor l)At's Black Diamond Roof Paint. Estimates furnished for pilntinif Wocd, uarauteed. Metal aid liou Roo's. Satisfaction All raots punted with Dean's Ulack DUmcnd I'aint guaranteed for years. Dealirsin be,t Pumps and Oalvinired Iron Filfra, Ualvan- lied airt'UUck iron K ionng ui an Kinas. ai 11 Qis-tu- rn ) THE k.tfl RILEY - HOUSE Kentucky. F, B. RILSY. Proprietor, London. ji;jd W r SHELBY --- Slaves moved to my new Hotel and am belt's than ever to accommodate the public. attached iicd L'rery no a call. and every t:oovecicnca dfr tired One j FRANK RILXY. & SHELBY, Sale Stable, Junction City. - Kentucky. 'I Class Turnouts, Attention, able Rates. A portion of your patronage 186m. ;. v:ully solicited. 4 JProps. Livery, Feed Prompt and Very Is I u4 Who can think of some simple An thing to patent? frctoct your Ideas: they may bring you wealth. A CO, Patent Attor-coyWrlta JOHN WKDDEKUUHU Washington. V. C. for their fl.BUO prize oiler list c( tiro bundreU Inventions' wanted. yjanted-- Idea Two or tlireo recent events Imvo fully justifletl tho reputntion of jho French unurtness in Hwindliug. for A wcitlthy Parisian returned to his ti.ififIIIIVMIE1o .1, tltn T?tir, At...M fl.i. unit l',,l .ttn.it ,1 UIU MV Tlitllt ...u iiliit day itfter n week's nbscnro with his, fnmily nud found that nil liis plitto mid NaM. A meeting of the stockhelders of the "Oh, yes." many nrticlc! of vertu, worth ninny tional Hank of Stanford will bo held at their bank"Ho hiibu't got and nover did havo a ing house seconn Tuesday In Januaiy, 1S97, lor Is a candidate for Asscasor of Lincoln County, thousand francs, had disappeared. The subject to the action of the democratic party. Ihe purpose 01 electing it Directors for theensu couciergo who hnd boon left in chnrge, dollar in this hank, nud yot Iio'h out Ing year. JO It V J McKOIIKRTS. Cashier there in tho crowd yelling loudest of nn honest fellow, could not account for EltlURV tint rnbliorv wild cnvi, lmlwttr nmilil nil. Slip out with n gun and shoot him : , or Moulder-- by accident, of " have entered tho rooms without his' Is a candidato for Assessor of Lincoln Couuly, subject to tne n'tlou il Ihe democratic party, and A meeting of the stoclthuoders of the Farmers knowledge. No one hnd been thoro ex-- 1 cou,r.0- Hank and Trust Co. will by held at their banking earmatly asks your support, a ra, nil. copt somo men from a furniture Wednesday in January. 1807, for the "And, James," said tho banker to house first electing,, purpose of Thor nntnn tlin dav nftnr bin C. G. mnster wont away, bringing a very his other clerk, "thero'B tho old ruim largo wardrobe, which they said had Simpson out in tho crowd with his fightIs a candidate lor Assessor of Lincoln, subject to action of the democratic party, 'thinking the been ordered tho day before. The con-- ing doc. Unchain our dog and tako him Southern end of the county is entitled, to a slice ciergo thought it strango his employer out by the back door and let him go for ol the pie he asks v our support. had not spoken of the matter, but ho al-- . Simpson's ctinino. " Farm of ioj Acres to Kent for lSjy; o Aces to of tho go in corn, the remainder In wfeat and grass. lowed tho four men to cairy tho piecol Fivo minutes later WILLIAM MORELAND crowd mcuueing the bank had gathered Call on or address, of furniture up stairs. Thoydidltun-- I around Bill Scott, as ho lay in the street C. L.CKOW, Is a candidate tor Assessor of Lincoln, lubject I to dcr his supervision, but with great difll s leg. auu anowicr McKinney, Ky Ihcacl.onof tho democratic party. He kindly ou,H,,' 86 If V '." cnltv. for it RPcniPil to bo iiPitrv. - Al.I.l. t asks your aupport .1 t.. " ''cmg njum iwotiogs en ""Vy.-rTho nest dav they returned, this timo with a small Fideboard in their wagon. cnged in a fierce fight. Then tho bank SAM W. : : They miule many apologies for thoir er appeared at tho door, a p.vkago of bills in one hand nnd a revolver in tho Is a Candidate lot Sheriff of Lincoln County, tub mistake. It had been a sideboard, not a ect to Ihe acttou ol the democratic pa ly wardrobo, which had been ordored, nnd other, nud ns ho flourished both above his head ho shouted: fOO they wished to make tho exchange. Tho "Hero's tho nsots of this bank in HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Judge T L Shnlton has rented of J. unsuspecting concierge pormitted them my left hand, aud hero's tho liabilities S Owsley, Jr., trustee, the Roden.tr to do k), nud again superintended tho Offer his services o the people ol West I.in in my right. Does anybody want his celo and Casey Counties r ul) stock of Coram advertised in this operation to mako sure that tho mon money?" p c near Rowland, nd Caskets always an hand. Desirable Subutban Home, Coulainlng Ten did not damngo or steal anything But 9i O. S. Carpenter, Mtnager. piper. Acre ol Laud, For Pale. Has on ll a good.com No answer. lettable Dwelling ol Ma Rooms, and all nettMsry The French bred trotting mare, L- - tho wardrobe had been liko tho wooden outbuildings One yard hydrant and one for i "Assets, 12,000; liabilities, six horso of Troy. It hnd contained not n irnn ij Kjs in fnnr vortm. TnSnrnpes Notioo--Parmer- 3. leilng stock. a!s a splendid, never lalling well. continued tho bunker, as ho tapV,' For luilher particulars applv 10 .,. ; Lo.t nnnl.M.1 nnlr nix imaiiy WIIH JOrS Ijtlt a clover thief, who ped tho package of money with Iho H A I I.e. J AS. had spent tho night packing tho big buuloid.Ky. yf, times. muzzle of his gun. closet full of tho most valuable articles We swill take your Corn and Hay at lll'hesl A few porous cheered. J. B. Lisle sold Monday a pair of he could lay his hands on and himself. Price in Kichauge lor Coal. I .t feus ot Manford Cost we "Aud tho rivets aud liabilities nro our wl I sell you Corn nnd tlay atcideis llforyou arc Co., mere mules for $175 anil Loal. Hook your A well to do Parisinrl was icturning Coal Customers fortor mixed up, and tho feller who JKt, V i )N', SUifard, Ky. at $1.50. Winches100 barrels of corn last Monday by train from Havre. DurKy. ing the first hour of tho journey his wants nsets mny git tho other. I'm ter Sun. waiting to hear from you." The Courier tells of a mule that sold only fellow pnssvuger in tho compartHo hoard. Theio was good chorus WARNING. "X6 at Bowling Green the other dav for J100 ment was a pleasant spoken young man, of yells nnd cheers and exclamations of 1SU3 and wgb 10 who mado himself very agreeable Theu congratulation, and ten Itwns foaled in April We want togise thou who o.e us fair warning minutes later others got in, and talk was general for that we shall give them two weeks mure to settle bands high. tho crowd had dipcmd and tho threatLINCOLN CIHIUIT COfRT a little. Finally conversation flagged, jp with us, and if they do no! come up In that Isaac Hubbard eold to Gus McCor-mac- k and the Parisian dropped asleep. Pres ened run 011 the bank was a tiling of K. O. Crate. IMalnitff, vs W. II Andeiton, Ac time, we shal. put their accounts inA Ihe hands of l.KHKK .Uity MKHiHUN Delis in.lhc.r Tho money in tho package some 740 pound heifers at 2c, nnd ently tho young man began to chuckle, tho pa-t- . lly virtue of ludgment and older of isle ol the nmouuted to less than $400, aud tho Lincoln Cir.uit Couit, rendrrvtl ai tne stclal Deto George Gaddis a email bunch of fat and, turning to tho other passengers, the uniler.lgned Com r will hogs at 2 SO. with a wink toward tho sleeping uiuu, gun wasn't loaded, but tlm banker was cember term, lys, a born iJuaucior. New Vork Suuday Tne UhristmaB edition of tbe Lex- said in an undertone, "I'll play a good Journal. II, 1897, On Monday, ON IMPROVED FAHMS ington Stock Farm is as chuck full of joko on my uncle, " nnd he carefully Heme the ist day ol the Januiry terra of the Linunfastened tho strap by whioh n smnll coln Countv Court, in ftlinlord, K.ys. sell to the good reading as it is handsome in typoCoinllRti riuiUliinrnt. In I.tucoln county, Ky.atft per cent , semi an hlhcst and best bidder at pubuc oulciy the I nual traveling bag was slung over the shoulder Two Georgians had engaged in inteicsi; no commission charge.) Address graphical get up. dctiribed property, of tho sleeper. "I'll chnugo into tho warift political discussion, whioh wan UKO. W. liAVV, Room 17, Kcuyea lioildlng, likely arhorse will The Louisville, K). For blank applications and furnext compartment at the first stop, nnd ther Information, inquire ol J. N. Saunders, At rive in 1897. It will fake J a second to my uncle will wake up and think he brought to a close by one of the dispuL. X3LO-a.s- e lomcy, Stanlord, Ky. tants, shooting aud killing tho other. beat John R. Gentry's time and renin tins been robbed. It will be fun to seo Thero was a disposition to treat tho afrAnniv. Kv . on the ..i i his face, aud I can watch through tho fair lightly, when a northern man said ei side olv.nrA..I Lin.nl. bo nerset turnpike, tbe long desired goal. Ihe Mantord .V east on street and iMILLIjNERY. about 4 mile Irom Main The Kontucky State Poultry Show little glns.s in tho partition. Dou't givo to a rtsideiit: the Noun anil r.asl oy too isnus 01 i. " itnway." will beheld January 11 to 15. H. J. J. S Mocker on Ihe South "Don't you really think that some- and oo the West byby tbe laods of bomeriet pike Tho others grinned npprccintively, thing ought to be douo to a mau who the Stanford A The latest things In Fa.i and Winter Mllllneiy McRoberts ia one of the vice presidents The and containing aboit'o acres of land ladles of Manford and vlcini now in tiMk and tho young man presently slipped kills a political opponent?" bntk residence of s or 6 rooms ty lie invited and the in and see the latest stylet Home is a and J R. Mount secretary. tocall out with the bug. Soon after the owner and otherwise well improved, havleg cistern and Mist I ai boo has arrived and it ready to wait on Poland-Ohi"Waal," was tho replj, "I s'poso it hydrant and Is in a imc neigh vorhood. The closing out sale of the of tho bag woke, up. Ho looked about her old Custoint rs and as many new ones as will The fe.MI-i- LICCIK HKAZLKV. hrd of Mr. George L. Davia took for n moment, then missed tho pouch would be all right not to 'low him to and ia said property wilt bt sold on a credit of come. months. Htanlerd, Ky. applied place at Marshall. Mo., Dec. 11, when from the strap and jumped up in grent voto ut tho next 'lection." Truth. 'Ihf proceeds of sale will be fusteor , for to sal. $i. ogo Shanks, Ihe lien debtofS Ulr 47 sold for $943, an average of $20.50. excitement, exclaiming: with 6 per cent interest thereon from July i. i8y6. ! Mr. Asburjr lVpitrr AKnJn. until paid, subject to a credit of ? ji j j or date Au "I've, been robbed 1" The New Jersay stable that ia winaction i8.j6. aud "Why do they say 'as smart as n steel gust s, purchaser the cost ol thisbond wlih approv Tho response of his fellow passongers must eic.ute tering Robert J and John R. Gentry is Ail persons desiring Locust Potts for plank trap?' " asked tho talkativo boarder. dTbe svcurltv, payable to the Com'r and beanig and wiic fence, can provided with steam heat and electric was a roar of laughter. This added au- "I never could sco anything particular- terest from dayof sale until pali, htving the loree fence post want at tailiug or near Cedar Creek,had oa my store what they ger to tho victim's excitement, and he It C WAKKKN, and effect of a judgment (Orchard to Hlanfoid leading from Crab lights. Each horse has an attendant day Ma.tcr Com'r Lincoln Circuit Courl.S Ihe pike 85 stormed furiously. Finally, when they ly intellectual nbout a steel trnp. " I also keep always on hand a good supply of plank and night. "A steel trap is called smart, " exfor fencing. All kinds ol lumber for building purcould laugh 110 moro aud tho situation poses, als boards and shingles All persons deH. W. Campbell, a soil culturist of was becoming serious, ono of the pas- plained Mr. Asbury Peppers in his siring any article ol this kind can call on mt at s,reea Sioux City, Iowa, Bays he has discoveied sengers begged tho ungry man to calm sweetest voire, "becuuso it knows exmy ttott near O W HINOLKTON. Inn i6.'g tU a method of converting arid, barren, deshimself. His bag was all right; his actly tho right timo to shut up." Moro might have been snid, but, unert lands into fruitful farms, and several nephew had it in the next compartment, and will der tho circumstances, it would havo I am still agent for Falls HranchsoCoal get such large owners will experiment this year. and ho would get it at the next station. seemed unfitting. you kinds of Coal, Cincinnati Enquirer. keep a supply of altlowest poitlble rricea lor Cash "My nephew I" shouted tho bewilder at you want at the Hon. J. S. Owsley, Sr., bought two Office, Mill "si. and Kailruad Crossing, opposite ed mau. "I haven't any uephow. Ii OF Hl'STONVILLK, HIOOINb, Roller Milla. a :ed mules of John W. Holmes for $150. Tim Hour of Nerd. SlanUrd, Ky Will sell anynever had n nephew. I don't know shell one yj it cost two Hitrgies,Huggics are tint class of as flue Mr. Owsley now has With nn awful crash tho ship colThe feed very fine Suirey thing about any nephew." every letpret. Ifynuwaul a bargain call if not fob in mules as are in the county and Then it was tho turn of tho other lapsed and sunk, nnd tho maiden was at once and sec the bills and get you a vehicle sold soon at homo he will ship them passengers to bo dumfounded nnd crest- left struggling alouo in the k to thing, that NATIONAL BAKI price.will give you lalitlaciion eurc. at reasonable House with six rooms to rent Sjuth. fallen. Bnt tho thief got away, nud there nugry ocean. Situated on Main street. novD. 0. CARPENTtlt "Ah," she observed, "this will Ke.pe.tluily, OF STANFORD. KY Robert J. has received about $500 for were several thousand francs in bunk er da I must look for eomethiug to every winning heat ha has ever paced. notes in tho hag. Tho proprietor of a flno Paris restau- stick my gum to." 8IOO.OO. Capital Stock As he haB 10ii heats to his credif, L G With which sho struck out for Fnmo won in bis day rant of a certain class was tho victim of bnre, volcanic Tewkebury'sctack has -- : ;ilets which rho descried Surplus a third swindle, though it was more a quite a fortune. In races and exhibiDetroit Tribune. Farm No. I coniaiue 191 acres In Washington n fraud. A party of four iu thq distance. joko than to Ihe Is, county, Ky the groater pail of which Is tn grass, .l,l,.niilillp tions be has averaged about 115,000 a young bloods dined ono evening, not aii.uuuiiui only National ,nvtf!(l in btanlo . cll watered, wiin good improvements, Includ Hank .hat this Is the iij( now metal roof tobacco barn fjr 10 acre crop vear for the past Ave years. The Ham-Un- wisely but too well and too expensively Bacxlln'd Arnloii Sulvo Under Ihe provisions of the National Hank I his latin it situated what Is pronounced the are secured not only by the caplt bought him and his dam for $4,500. at his establishment. After a magnifiTlicbc't aalve in the ot, lor cuts, lru rf district In Kentucky for White Hurley the stockholders' liability lor wit., ulcer, null rlieum, lucr sores letter, ilup stock, butbv to the stuck, to that depon.cn s. mil Comfoitablercsldetico house. & Kennedy, of this place, cent rcpustln n privato room there was (jti! an., clul' lam-- , corns 'nil all sUn etupiu Uoyle f amount equal or no iuy rcpuireU. Ii is this institution are secured by a f und of J, 00,0c Farm No. a conulm :ca acres In tame locality, a dispute about who should pay, and tho , Hinnh f iirv 0 s'aughtered 21,000 turkeys or about l Large stock and. tobacco aworn statcn.euts of thecondilion of the ban .1j.n1. cC 10 J " ,rri.i with brick dwelling '! Virt tl.'cii' are made each yearto the Utited States govart .tarns. One ol the best improved laro.s in tht "rife i$ cent per boi for pounds. Estimating them at 0 cnia proprietor was sent for. Each of tho H inent and its assets are esawintd at ttated lime county. per pound, tne average price paid, Madi- diners declared tiiat he was there as tho W. Slcli.tvri mujc'l.i. ay government agents, lhu securing admtuoui Ilolh farms tre in fine ttatv of meieivallon, well guest of tho other three. Tho dispute inifperfect safety 10 depositors. watered ond fenced Cloieto K H. depot, schools, son county's turkey crop this year whs Tho Qrundeat Remedy. went on in n jocose fashion until tiie This institution, orit;iniilly established ss tni market and on a fine turnpike. . n n.. .. i. V.i r Mr R 1, f, n( sianiordln 1858, then worth in round numbers nearly $8 000. restaurant keopor threatened to call tho u Deposit Hank ol Stanford h".i C miu"'ii n, w ih (' niuicy ned as Ihe National Hank First Nationalin iStj anr For information apply to J. N. SAUNDERS,Ky, at l'Mlr' i A pretty good showing to bo eure for our polico unless his money was forthcomu Hank cc il all ." ii, Stanford, 10 Igaiu eiuld pre 'i ir ,' ll r. l rinJi'ie practically an un ntci Stanlord in ibSj, has and this it must be ing. Tho four young men wero annoyed thrifty house-wivup nipledeaittencoofjs had b 10 t.u .. lit, r.i.! mail, i,nt limit years. Ilia bolter tuipli' in a ihalr; ws imuiid to try Mr King'n Nov now with tscllities for transacting business preinpl at this suggestion. remembered, does not include the nun Dlicovtr ik! nascuieu by uso of two hollies, iv and liberally thau ever before in ut long am " way you treat "Is that tho bar eaten at homo. Register. hor last ihuc )ers has been ..tlenoiDZ to his aonorable career. Accounla of corporations, fldr is aiys exclaimed ono of the party. but. nisi anil rente, l)r King's Newit Discovery so :ianes, firms and Individuals respectfully soltc Coleman & R issali snipped a carIbe ivtr undv, as l'a done sue here. Sinco wo uro out for a n1u1.11 lor him and also 'orolnera in hi communiload of mules to Macon, Ga., last week "Now, The. Directory ol this Hank is composed for wo blindfold you, ty. Dr. K.nn's Ntw Discovery Is guaranteed fail. lark I proposo Held, Lincoln county; Cotauiiipllun. It Hon t that cost tbem from $40 to 300. Morris Mr. Proprietor, that tho ono of us whom Coughs, Cuius and W and Uius storu. S.T, Harris, Lincoln Turelkeld sold his crop of 17,000 pounds you catoh first will trnv for tho sunuer rut bottle. Ir.e at J. H. Colliei, Lincoln; of tobacco at 3 cents and dfd not !8' und for two more bottles of champagne. " Something to Know. J.W. Hayden.Stanfoid; It may be wurih kutucinni tj kbuw that tho WILL CURE money by $200 as he bad back as much Tho 'restaurant kecpor agreed. He very btat medico e lot nitoiini; tlin tired out S. 11. Haughtnan, Lincoln; cultivating, it. E. J. Thieler was securely blindfolded, and ho groped nenuus system ton litabhy vij,ur is Ulecinc haStanford; pdd out in J. S.llocksr, Scrofula, Salt Rheum, aclsny ters. W. A.Trlbble.Staulord, bought from 10,000 to 12,000 bushels of about tho apartment in vain for a quar- tivlug This limlluliu is purely veccublcsioiuach, tone 10 ihe neivo centres In tbe M. D. Elmore1) Stanford; Sores, lioils, Pustules, ter of an honr. Then ho pulled off tho gently stimulatis the liver and kMneys anil aids wheat last summer at 50 to GO eta.. He T. P. Mill, Stanford, itnovi ), 01T the impurities in the hue bandage, to find that tho four revelers bleed, orgHns Eczema, Tetter, has eold the whole lot to Cogar & Ddvls tircluc Mittirj improves Ibu appetite, aids K. L. Tanner, McKinney; lip hum hnd fled. Cor. Now York Sun. digestion and is piuiomicd by thcto Mt. Vemou.Ky and all diseases of the blood and M.J. Miller, atSl. Uarrodsburg Democrat. tried lias Hie very best Muod puriner and nerve fry i. !"oid Ire joe anil $ per Leltle at J. S. Hock.tr, President; tonic War Makes You Well. Kentucky's 1'at liny. W. Ii McKobtt ur.u si le joo. . McKobcils, Cashier; READ TlIESClllPTUllE. Cnney's Fork, Ky., comes to tho A A. IKIniy Ast Chlr Indigestion, constipation and dysA Curo for Lumo Buck. If you are down with the blues, read front with a fat boy that lays Fred Durpepsia, kidney and liver disease ' ll itcoveiiiig Hunt an ham, the Middlcbnrg kid, in tho shade. ol lever,dauh.ii whs, sallerer from pain jtLck the 27th Psalm. was a Ureal iu t,.c yield to its curative powers and Louden lirovei.ot aud If you are out of sorts, read the 12th His name is Master John Brown, son of bacl.Ky. ' is,', ivni iimte a number if reme sfur iinu when cured it Mr. J. H. Brown, an enterprising farmOlc wiltiojt a, y u 11. Ill ..liu tried uiie t.ultie ot chapter of Hebrews. er of that section. Whilo Johnny is ChuinbeiiaiV. I'am Hal n .ml u I i uiin ci.'iie & Keeps You Well. If you feel lonesome aud unprotected, mily 0 years old ho weighs 131 pounds lelict." Crum. . n. l,i' tvin Halm l alsj 4, iure ici rut lUia.um. bald by v.iaij; .V Mo Written on All Classes of Properread the 91st Psalm. Sold in Lincoln county by nud is gaining rapidly. For his nge he er, Diutaiit ty ia the lte.it of Companies. If people pelt you with hard words, Is no doubt the largest boy in tho state. W. Ii. McRoberts, Stanford. ! 'Vesifiel), Intl., issue,! The pr J, inwi ldl Mr. Brown hns refused somo good oilers read the 15th chapter of John. a ' Woman tUnuiu"o the .V.Uuld News, Penny's Drug Store, " If there ia a chilly sensation about the Jroin circus men who wanted to exhibit brJiiug Udie 01 Ain , i8y0 Iho papv.r i tnleU HUlilnji Craig & Hocker, " wo lul in matt iol lircti Iu .uun ai.it heart, read the third ohapter of Revela- Muster John in their side .shows. g from a ifio folio III, wlih lllu VV. C. Wolford, Hustonville. j,uu a m.i Hois (.riiaco, 11 il ajns Itiki u tie tions. ' t'hi) bs... Jifnrses. Training School For vita! iiiipxi Ui . t ttwli, M! tci " l B. Twidwcll, If you don't know where to look for - a llru, wbl'it ih it I f the met Tho University Medical College of ,niuedy ta c." t , mm ol somplcs tsbe uvh uu tiou In in.iiucm.u- .uihii run A. Hammond, Hubble. J. the next mouth's rent, read the 37th Now Orleans has determined to estab- Iseuit. ) tt.iU.uil) 1. u IIj si foiitid M nyst n. ol .neasuren.ent guarantees . ' .tepartiiien. Tanner Uros., McKinney. , 'b peilect filln w icii )ou bill be Wh) excri.i.eut Psalm. lish a training school for negro women ly it cu.. .im .ii Dr . pioUtted l.i tv with ameirurs Craii .. lio kr. k,is. y aiis 1110.H .rua, .1.1 w.th J F. Albtott, Powers, ' !); If you find yourself losing confidence as nurses. The object is to supply well pariit 'ar . I am .Iso me ' I'cr lteazley & Son, Crab Orchard. in meu, read the 13th chapter of First trained nurses who will serve for mod u. 11. . iii, nro it. .ui. ,k. ivil n.n.ix a ..me erate pay. Tho trained nurses who Lexington) M Lee Pipes, Moreland. Corintbiaus. e ti For in ik , bo I' l(i lue-'' s;lve . fj . i.uin Agent ,i now in New Orleans nro not numerous ' ri.i,a0in...ninah.g ut.n ,t Yours" lor Health, 6toam Laundry. ) I il iner.l ' enough to moet tho demnnd, and they luusiry '! Unim.tvUi'i 'uiu., . the cook baa goueol on a pe , put up, t.) auahii't.u ,iji1 All Work Uuai.nu.ra. .,, for thoir Borvico3'at n ran Lhleia na w.th uu am . ul.jti.tl. ludlgesliou James T. Cooke, tbe pipe, wash your hande and read theiwhich wmy peoplg who ueed thQm have suttiiu' Iiiiiueni a lacks of paiu tn the itinach tu.u Harrodsburg, Ky. D. WErREN. J O e r wj coses ol this reciety re l.u third chapter of Jamee. cannot afford. to give perfect relief. Prices 25 and joc. Said by 181-1 nt at public auction on Unnkor Wna a Gcnttm nnl Itos to tho Kniersicucy. IU 1897. Monday, IIOLDAItl It was n privato hank in n now west- County Court day, slurm ot stock hi the Faf ern town. It had been doing bnainesi ert Dank andliust34 Co. of Stanford, Ky. bile Is t candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject 10 the action of the democratic party. for a year or so and had tho reputation will occur at 11 a. m. W A HAIL, Kxecutor 81 td of being solid. Ono day, liowovcr. when it refused to discount a nolo for a SAMUEL 91. OWENS Ulcctinj;. who was looked upon ns shaky, ho a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, subIs went out nud talked until' ho got tho A meeting of the stockholders of the National ject to the action of Ihe democratic party. town exoited, and a run on tho Imnk Hank of llustonville will be held at their banking was tho result. Then tho owner of tho house In llustonville the second Tuesday in Janu. McCORIMACK between 9 and j a. tn . lor the purpnae institution proved hiuieolf tho right aay, of electl' g o Directors 10 serse tbe ensuing year 1IUCKBK, Cashier Is a candidate for Assessor nf Lincoln County, J.W llnntK'ier in tho right place. ,9 subject to the action of the democratic parly George," ho snid to 0110 of his Your support is tainetily solicited. . yon know Bill Scott, of clorK8 course?" First As Executor ot John M. Hall, deceased, Bank: Stock. GARLAND . . SINGLETON . I Is candidate for Superintendent Public Schools will sell of t Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. January in- J. 1. citi-zo- n Stocltlioldcrs' EMMETT JStocklioldcrs' :3McctIiij. F. ELKIN Stockholders' Meeting. JOE T. ware-linnu- e. -; RAKER 1 FARM FOR RENT. ono-thir- d -- ri-r- r ! e . a J. T. SUTTOH. UNDERTAKER, MENEFEE FOR SALE. bul-lets- !" -- -- 1 " four-year-o- ld St. Asaph Carriage titanford, S" 11 Commissioner's Sale. tor FAIR . 111 Jan. it MONEY To LOAN 11 two-minut- e I cSclXot, ..,-vee- 1 r, iNEW nt S 11 2STOTICE In- c'oalT J- - D. S. CARPENTER, cut-und- 50-oc- ld FIRST - - 23.70t Two Farms For Sale. 111 a -- .' , -- .'... To-atc- o. 130.-00- f I pl, -- , -- -i es l, . 1 -- gcntlo-men?- 1 Cooke's 1 1: Sarsaparilla 1 111 ar-d- i, Fire Insurance 111-ta- in I I k. 11I1 11 11 iwt(e-,iju. Cciitlcine.t's i . cv-i- -- 1 Nt-cr- Made to Measure lirt-n 1.1 s- ',.- -. .1 .1 1 lr I 'wi vv ill bav-1- 1 .M . the 1 JiJiE Craig & flecker, Druggists. KEW'