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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896122501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. fi. ( im: UM'i u.i mi mtui O tmi m Mamtkf CTO-- 4 ilWA ffli w ilrjbLlVX I vol. xxv.1V" I If" - STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 25.1896. interior Journal. NO. 85 bSti SANTA GLAUS' EMPORIUM. A Gorgeous Selcctiou of Imported Holiday Goods in Endless Variety at HUir Mc KINNEY. It fi," F. B. Twidwell's, The Hustling Santa Claus Agent for the old West End of Lincoln, consisting in part of The Ifctiiro by Mr. Wood llIUrl,of Lexington, on "Groat Mon of thn In (mid to hav lBnn vry fine. Ho Iiar won quite a ropntntlnn in the field. Mies Kinm Moir, who has been visiting in Texas, ban returned home. Mm. M. V. Ovens, of Junction flitv, is vlnttins bor daughter, Mrs KilTHtiner. Aid ml Bibb, who linn bnen in Lockporl, III , forenvnrnl tnnntbn, ban returned to upend the Christmas with the hoinpfolkB. MiH Helen Bibb mid her niece, Mies Victoria Bibb, who have been visitinc Mrs. Allen Winncott, Iflab llride, homo SnndHV. 1. W Green Iihb moved his family lo Lexington. Mrs. Jui" Barker find little son of Jelfieo, Teiiu., in visiting her aunt, Mrs. U. B. McKlunev. Mr. J unit h Uooch Is (juito mik, Mr and Mrs. Jnuies M. KobiiiHon are vlmting rt'Itivis at Xerc River, Tenn. Mies Kllle HmiiIUko wm vinilitK hfr hunt, Mips Jeti'iiu Ilutton, IhhI week. Mrs. Dr. Jon. Smith and daughter, Mrs Bowman Smith, who went to Atlanti, Git , several days ago to attend Um Mr. Jas. Smith, who Id very ill, returned Monduy. The supper K'vrn by the Christian Society of Ttirnersvlili) night was a very enjoyable tl ir The hall was artistically drapud in omiikh and hjarlut. The tables were a delifht to the eye and tempted the appetite of the most fastidious. The delightful lunch was uell served by Mimes Belle Good), Nannie Bailey, Annie Oarler, Alma Wricht, Sallie Bailey, Berta Oath and Stella Lewis. Miss Glenn Blbti made a beautiful "Itebekh" and served lemonade and cake. He?Hle Tanner wsh a coffee typical Japanese and and sandwiches, while Miss Anna Gover impersonated the Greek Maiden and nerved fruits and candy. Little Ollie Grow Viiihonk, an popcorn Rirl, made a pretty picture, seated in the hljih chair balls. Mrs. with her basket of J. K. Gover was supervisor, acsited by Mies Jessie Brown, Mrs. Bettie A. Mel vfn, Mrs. II. McOluro and n number of the emie avorerr; Mrs. Itossell, Mrs. G. Moore and Mrs, Hosa Anderson mace the excellent oyster soup. Mrs. J. F. Cover requests us to extend thanks to all who worked so faltbfullr to make the evening enjoyable and also to those who contributed to the supper. Especially to extend thanks to Messrs. F. M. Ware, J. L. Tanner and J. II. Vsnnook for their kindness. To Mr. E C. Walton, the is indebted for the 100 menu curds presented for the occasion. Fti-tured btl-Midnof . tick-tac- k uo-cie- ty i. i HEIRS WANTED. The proprietors of the Texas j Stae l: Journal, under date of the 21st, sends this to the editor of the Intkiiiok Jouit-na- Henry Sargent, of Fayette county, Texas, E. Winalow Clark, from Massachusetts, W. 0. M. Baker, from Misaiaf-ippi- , F. Belford and Arthur Thynne, former residence not known, left Tens in 1801 lor Kentucky. They abandoned lands in Western Texas, which now await claim of thoir heirs. The discovery of a rich iron mine on Silent' land hat. brought this matter to light and caused search to bo made lar the parties or their heirs, and perhaps this will, if published, interest your readers, as theao men probably left descendants In Kentucky. Further information will bo eent on reSincerely yours, quest. J am is B. Gokp A Fon, Austin, Texas. The lawa of Utah permit. a man condemned to din to choose between being hanged or Bhot. I'at Coughlin, the worse of desperadoes, chose the latter and last week be paid the penalty. He was tied in a chair, a paper pinned over his heart nnd five bullets went unerringly to the target. He witnessed the preparations coolly and only made one request which was that his picture should not be taken, of the A.J. Speckert, Title Compan defunct ny, went to hia residence where his EiBenman, woe stay. lag, rauu the door bell and when Eisen-ma- n appeared In answer to the summons, fired three Bhots at him, one of which grazed his abdomen, liutlictiiiK a slight wound. Ho waa lodged in jail. Mrs. W.J. Thompson, of Newport, took her buBband'a .razor, Baying tho Lord bad commanded her to kill her four children. When disarmed she ran into the yard aud jumping Into the cistern, Was drofjaod before iecue waa risible. I German-Americabrother-in-law,"j.- died at Columbia. L. J. Hoskina has been Bppointid postmaster at Tegae, Clay, Co. Mrs. John A. Prall died at Danville of heart disease, leaving four children. Mrs. DollieSewall, (said to be 101 years old, died at College Hill, Mudison county, tills week. Mrs. Joe Eversole testified at that Bhe saw Joe Adkins shoot her father, Judge Combs. A petition signed by 500 voters has been filed in Boyle asking for a vote on free turnpikes nixt November. Gov. Bradley has refused to pardon Dr.T. J. Hourigau, of Marion, who wsb sent up for life for killing hia brother-in-laS. B. Hays. Bud Donegby waa shot and mortally wounded after insulting Jim While's wife, in Boyle county. They live on Such as Chairs, Pictures, Rugs. Medallions, Center Tables, Tabrou- Jerry Caldwell's farm. Charles Umbers, of Dunedin, Otaga Joe Gillespie, a Negro miner, was county, New Zealand, hearing that Lewrettes, Mirrors, Music Cabinets, Easles, &c. caughtstealiug wage checks at the Fork is George Clark, tbe original of George Ridge Minis, near Middlesboro. A crowd Harris in Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe's of tne employes tied him to a tree and b jok, "Uncle Tom's Cabin," was in want whipped him unmercifully, at Lexington, gave a benefit performance The little son of Amanda Wagner, for him aud realized 350, which will bo of Laurel, this Stato, found a cartridge runt to the old fellow at once. and threw it in the fire. Too explosion An enormous fossil turtle has been that followed caused him the losa of one discovered in South Dikota, in the UpWaI am still Sole Agent for the eye and badly disfigured hia face. per Cretaceous formation. All the benes terproof Luui Bates, of Monticello, attempted were in their natural poaitioup, having a to shoot his fhther but his aim was bad. lencth of 10 feet, and the forearms had a He then did ttio proper thing by blow. 8proaii 0f 10 feet. ing his own worthless LninB out. Rates -- During lb'JO only 1,803 miles of railhad warned tbe boy not to marry. Save yourself of Wet Feet and a cold by. using way lines were built in tbe United Abe K. Deets, whoembezzled mon- - States. This is one mile less than a pair. tbe ey while financial secretary of the Rich- total icported lor 1S05, and is the email-es- . mond Old Felloes' lodge, was acquitted mib axe built in any yrnr since 1875 J of the charge because the lodge was an Mrs. Christine Carlisle, of Ports association aud not a corporation. mouth, O., locked ber two little cbildicu Oq Sunday morning, Jan. 3rd, a in a room and went out to return cabp. mass meeting will be heldnt the Chris The house caught fire in her absenco and tian church to diacuaa the feasibility of tlie children were burned to a crisp. presenting a petition to our city fatberp, J.J. Hetcch, Newport's deiaulting asking them tupaasau ordinance to reg- postmaster, has returned and given bbnd Dealers In ulate and prohibit as far as pomiblo tbe in 10,000 to tho U. S. court. He said sale of cigarettes in Williamsburg. he had been in Louisville trying to raise Times. trie funds to meet the deficiency. -- Aliuough the foreman examined 0j1 Al. Guiles, the over 75 people in the atti mpt to identify cafer.r, iadead. buiuu of the moinbeiH of J the mob which Handsome line o destroyed the toll gAtun of the county in UmiibTMAS NiW Ykals. Tne "BikJ Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. torn. September, the giauu jury at Liwrence - j rouit" with Us tiuio honored custom, will Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' 11 tictcetB from points on its lines At the election m MrtcHlfo county burg fulled to flud u Hiule indictmout at the Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Monday, tho county weut wet by 13 HKninsUho turnpike raiders. The crime low rale of 1J arn for the round trip, on majority, flvo of the nine precincta go- of perjury is lightly regarded inJ.Ken- - December 24, 25 and 31, and January 1, 1807, good returning until January 2. ing "wet" and four poin "dry." tucky. , Bar-bourv- ilie OAliltAllI) COUNTY. Special dispatch received at noon yesterday. An Infant was found nt A. L. Ashley's reshb nee on Stanford Avenue this morning in comfortably fixed, with n card attached, "Biby Oirl, bom Dc 6." A vehicle was heard coming in on the Stanford road atout a. m. M. I). Huousa. Whisper "Christmas gift I" to Judge Carson for me. E W Lawless has gone to New Orleans to epindthe winter. Kobert L. Burton was married to Mies Bertie Mitchell near Buckeye Tuea day. K E Hughes and wife, of Lwrence burg, are visiting relatlvea ana friends here. Mr. Wood Lunceford, it well known young uiHii of tills place, and Miss Julia Hester, of Lincoln, were mrrried hereon the IMat Wood Walker's Block barn burned near Hammock Monday night. Some valuable Block waa burned. Insurance only iGOO. In tho police cunt Tuesd.tv Jordan Schooler, col., was llmd $5 lor wtiippfng his wife and Marv Fry a was sent to the hoik house for n breach o( he peace. Tonight (I'tiursday) Mr. U. 0. Tankereley, o! Mt. Sterling, will be married to Misa Hattie I'umptuey at the home of the bridu'a father ou Danville Avenue. Tne happy coupe will leave at unco ou u bridal tour. There bin been much talk hereof war with Spain on account of Cuba, but tne question is asked by the more conservative, "Wnut do we want with Cuba ?" And we are forced to say that the president is right at least once during bis Administration. Christinas should be regarded with solemnity, rather than aa a time for glee and mirth. Tne birth day of God in the tleshismoro important than the birth day of earthly kings. A Christmas tree will be given at the Methodist church Tnursday night aud Santa Claua will make the young folks happy, aa in the days of long ago. A local philosopher has suggested a means by which wives can keep tbeir huxbands at home. He says it will cost lees money and remove all anxiety, if an apartment is furnished with all things neceessry to take any kind of a drink ttut can be made at a fashionable saloon. This is wisdom and the experiment would be a success in 09 households out of every 100. Dr. J. A. Anion, who was the physician of tholatu M. W.Johnston, went to Louisville with the par's of his remains to bi placed in the chtre of n chemist for analysis nnd glvea it as hia opinion tint the beirt waa normal. This being true the full amount of insurance, Jl will oo paid, $00,01)0 life and 20, 000 accident, as death resulted from an accident about Nov. 1st. Sluro the election of McKinley price of, everything th it goea to "iirich the manufacturer have advanced aud the deluded people Are learning that protective tariir Is more destructive to tbeir interests than the money question, which was blind by the republicans to used as hide that pernicious doctrine. Money a aeeka it natural, inherent value, aa tar seeks ite level and legislation his nothing to do with It. Ben C. Dunn, who died suddenly on Nat Saturday night, had a policy on bis life for 5,000 in the Mutual Benefit of Newark, New Jersey, which his friends thought had lapsed a few days prior to his death, but it is a source of gratification to learn that the extension, uf time, given by that excellent company after the payment of four premiums, shows that the policy is still in force, aud yet there are win take a delight in abusing such institutions. George Harris, age 13 years, who has developed a wonderful talent as electrician, superintended tne erection of a telephone line which connects Dr. J. B. Kinuaird'sofike on Stanford street, hia residence on Lexington Avenue aud Gul-le- y & Lackcy'a livery stable, the object of which is to connect the piacea mentioned to save doctor' iiuuieruuu pa- tients the trouble of going to hum him. The system is perfect aud a distinct conversation cau be had over the entire ba LANCASTER, 1 10,-(X- WAYNESBURQ. Wb predict a dry, dull Xmas Many of the voung poople Inm here will attend the Xim tree nt Kingsville MA TRLVONIA L MA TTERS. Thursday night. Wuhavehbnrd it whispered that we are to have a wedding toon, but will not say any more no for fear wo might be mistaken Mr. Will Tnonipwn, of Illinois, is visiting frienda here. Mr. Jason Reynolds is at home from Ohio to spend the , ho'idaya. Mr. E W Reynolds, of Teun , will Christinas with frienda here. Your e cribo went to Kingsville Tin a day to see the city aud he present at the sale of the coining factory, Hnd nil be coul hear talked about was hard times. Say, the election is lung since past and "confidence" is restored, why don't they bring on the money afld let tin have the good timeH that was to "follow the of confidence 7" Died, on the 10th, of pneumonia, Mrs. E inly A. Padgett. She was born May 22. 1812. Was formerly wife of Edmund Liauh, and after it ih death was married to Mr. Ellerson Padgett Jan. IS 1840. Four children this uoioni of whom only one, Mr. H. D. Padgett survives to mourn" the loaa of; a devoted mutheraud comlortau'agfd fxthir. She joined Djuble Spriuga Biptist chinch iti November, 1837, aud lived a consiEt ent Christian life until the Lord c tiled her to join tint', church triumphant above. S.ie waa ever a genuine believer in the Bap;fdt church and said .on her death bed that that church waa good enough for her. The funeral wan preached Sunday afternoon by II v. W. It Davidson from tho 15m chapter of 1st which the remains were taken to their last resting place, followed by a vast crowd of relatives and friends, In ol Double Springs Cemetery. In her death her husband loses a loving companion, the sou a devoted mother and the church a shining light, but their loss is her eternal gain. The family their heartfelt thanks to friends and neighbors for their assistance and kindness in their hour of .trouble King-stonep-m- 1 reeto-rati- ui bl-es- ed 1 ox-te- nd SOMEWHAT LOCAL. Maj. W, P. Ingram, a native of Mon-ticello, w, Jack Hiatt and Mies Nannie Spirep, both of Highland, were married yester day. F. G. Givens, who hired a youth to kill his wife, was sentenced to death at China and Glassware, Candelabra, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Toilet Knoxville. Sets, Chocolate Sets, Onyx Tables, Water aud Tea Sets, Toilet IVtir-ro- rs, James L. Kirkpatrick and MiesSallie Lamps, the latest Bisque Statutes, Vases, Christmas, New Kitta were joined heart and band at May wood yesterday. Years', Biidal and Wedding Presents, Gustavo Crow and Miss Julia HofTman, both of the Ottenheim section, were married Wednesday. -- Mr. Samuel Todd and Miss Clyde Talbotf, a niece of Col. J. W. Caperton, Metal Dresden Clocks, Handsome Toilet Mirrors. Also Candies, wore married at Richmond. A11 at the Lowest Prices. Nuts and Tropical Fruits. R'cWard Robinson and Mies Lucy F Rigsby, each 19 years old, were married F. B. TWIDWELL, near rreachersville Wednesday. Dealer in Drugs, Fancy Groceries and Notions, Hustonville, Ky. Jamea W. Lunsford, of Lancaster, a widower of 10, and Mies Jennie Blanken-ship- , j of Preacbersville, were married at tho bride's residence Wednesday. T. B. Ripy, Jr , son of the big Anderson county distiller, eloped with Mies Hallle Petty and tnnde her his wife. Mr.G. B Tnrley Hnd Miss Ellen Phelps, daughter of SaofPhelps, n prominent farmer of Madison county, went to Lexington Tuesday and were married, Thomas Wagere, aged SO and four The time for buying foolish presents.has past and to meet the detimes a widower, was married atTopeka, 'mand of the public for useful ones I am now offering the following Kan , to old Alice Winston. The goods: A large line of initialed and plain silk handkerchiefs, initialed marriage occurred at the girl's father's. Rev. A. A. Burroughs, a prominent and plain linen handkerchiefs. Ladies' East Tennessee clergyman, united h'a 900th couple in marriage last week. Six hundred and sixty of these were eloperp, and tho home of Mr. Burroughs hss come to be considered the Gretna Green of the South. The latest thin?, gents' scarf pins, iancy cuff and collar buttons, cotBeu Haggard and Mies Eva Good, ton and silk mufflers, blue, pink and red fascinators, fancy neckwear, unsophisticated elopers from the rustic pure linen table clothes, with napkins to match, purses of all qualitown of Winchester, came near being asphyxiated in a Jeflersouville, Ind., hotel ties and kinds, quilts of various widths and prices, and a number of tbe other night. The groom blew out other things which cannot be mentined here. Any of the above the gas and when they were discovered will make ? good and useful present for children, and when you they were stupefied. have seen the quality the pi ice will appear below par. Frederica Mweey, a pretty Brooklyn girl, promised to marry John Kosciusko Kollock Monday night. The weddiDg waa to have been solemnized in the Second Presbyterian church, but Miee Mas-se- y fell ill with appendicitis. An operation was performed, and tbe marriage service was read at the bedside of tbe bride. WILLIAM SHELTON, We are indebted to Mrs. W. E. El Students 135. Teachers 7. All specialists. Thorough courses in French, English 1 s for a copy of a Memphis paper, wbiib Mathematics, Natural and Moral Sciences. Music, Art and Elocution.Latin, Greek, the famous iilu Situated in Grass section oi Kentucky; distinguished for healthlutnees of climate, beauty of scenery, refinement tells of the marriage of Rev. Joseph Sevof society. Fall Session opens September 7. Hefore deciding where you will sen t your daughters erance to Miss Margaret Holberr, of De next year, be sure to write for Our New Catalogue. Address, . tf Lady Principal, Stanford. Ky. MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFL-EYSito County, Mis., which occurred at the Misjioalppl Avenue Christian church, Memphis, of which Mr. Severance is pastor, at 8:30 Tuesday night last, the' ceremony being performed by Rev. W. E. Ei'ip, Mr. Saverance'a many frienda here will be rejoiced over hia good fortune. He is a most excellent young man, beside? boing a brL''it and brainy one, and is making rapid strides toward tbe top in bis proftsslon. May sbo who has united her life with his be a help-meindeed and help him to become one of the greatest men in his church. lie and hid bride will likely arrive Saturday to V sit his paronts, Mr and Mra Joseph bevemnce - Sewing, Work, Laundry & Waste Baskets, Impdrted China Teas, Dolls, Silyerware, ' Dressing Cases, Ornamented Cut Glass, Goblets, Tumblers, &c. tTSIEIEP-u-l- PRESENTS! - 12-ye- ar Plaid and Corduroy Belts, W. H. SHANKS. President. THE STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE. .w w et Presents Christmas, Wedding & Birthday wn7s. Has Useful DRY Well-Know- n HOOKER BOOTS. buck-hite- rs H. J. McROBERTS. J FARRIS & HARDIN, Lex-ingi- Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. Prices to Suit The Times U -- q&t r, . -n ay,,.., M HT Tub hanging of the Neg utgTTT - ' j , -- iiniiMifcf"V'i .Vy T MT'.fWl." i "t r "rS i i' ' . "'- -' " fmi "'" .Wlti,H v r i M m t "T .i yPt! " a " ?! Stanford. Ky., W. P. WALTON. None but those- who supported tho Jim Stone by ft mob Ht Mayfield wae naturally fol- Chicago nominees will be permitted to lowed by further lawlefenees. The cow- vote in the Shelby connty primary. Wm.M. Smith, United. 8tatea Disardly crowd, not content, with putting to Dec. 25, 1896 death a man who. should have had the trict attorney, aspires to the office of atbenefit of the strong doubt of his guilt, torney general of Kentucky and will be went out Mondayi night and fired into a candidate before the next democratic the residence ofjToni Chambers, colored, and the house was afterward set on fire and burned, destroying three other buildings. Theoe acts have stirred up the Negroes and a racejwar is threatened. The mobbing of five men in Kentucky in less than a week andthe lawlessness manifested in numerous countiealby the free turnpike raiders shows that we are fatt drifting to anarchy, and that unices a halt is called neitherjlife nor property of any kind will ho safe. Tho mob spirit in increasing and wideningUand contempt for the Uvr and ita execution is constantly growing. It ia a sad state of u flairs anJ prompt measures must be adopted or the rapid decline from bad to worse will become unbearable and the material progress of the State put back hundred yjara. 11 r... r i' r coneecutive year the mil to extor o( the Istkbioh Journal risesCluiat-ma- a (rienda tend to his refers nd Twout) -KreetinRs and Rood niabcs. It s two years eeem a lone lima aad present much longer than many of tho readers of the paper have been on tbfa terrestrial sphere, but it appear almost e as yesterday that we first mounted tl tripod and fulfilled thereby a editorial boyhood desire cheriahrd since early then, hut we days. We felt pretty lrRa sail soon nad the idea that wo could fbwery beds of ease with through life on of the winRS of an editor knocked out by a fellow who didn't like what we us, printed, and money didn't flow into the ill with that continuous stream which in our boyhood dreams seemed so natural and certain. On the contrary qulto the reverse. Several thousands of dollars went to the wrong side of the account the first year, but having put our hand to the plow we were determined never lo look back and here we are I Somewhat disfigured, but etill in the ring. But'that isn't here nor there. Wha, we wBnt to say is that the general impression that tue Intkbiou Journal is a gold mine and its editor a bloated bondholder, who has to burn the midnight oil to give him time to clip the coupons, is an invention of hiB enemies to make his subscribers think that he doesn't need the money they owe him. It is a sad, sad mistake. We are not a millionaire and can not afford to make more than a thoueand of our tens of thousands readers a prrsant each of a copy of the paper for a year or nny other period of time, so if yon owe us walk up to the captain's desk and settle, or endeavor in some way to induce the business manager to accept your money. We need it right now and you need to pay it to clear your conscience of the neglect of a duty long enough left unperformed. We are thoroughly aware that 1S90 haB been a pretty tough year all arouud, but it might have been worse and would have been a great deal better, if ovary man had made the proper eflort to pay his tbbts and make a living. To those who did make the effort, even if they failed, we hBve nothing but kindneefl and good will. Those who made no effort, but spent their BubBtance wbilo crying hard times, deserve what they got end what they will get hereafter. But let that pasa for the present at least This is the season for good cheer, bo let us bp we merry while we can, for return to the sad'realities of life. Eacyc'opediBtB, wiseacres and those who wish to throw doubt and discredit upon this aa tho real time of the birth of Jesus, may reason as they may and . theories us they will, but what boots it which of the 3G5 days of the year we celebrate in honor of the grandest event that ever transpired provided we do so in the proper spirit and in true commemoration of Him, who brought peace to tho earth and good will to man? Since the 5th century the 25tb of December has been accepted as tl e birthday of the Savior ot the world, 1S0G years ago in a manger at Bethlehem. It ia that glorious event that we celebrate Let us do bo bb becometb a civilized people and not like heathens and savages. Ohristmas ia the gladdest season of all the year. Households are reunited, the old folkB gro young again with joy over haB free , ;ttaejetam o( their children, Iovh happiness should reign Bti- ffcouree'and ' preme. It will if each of us tries to make some less fortunate heart beat with joy and tbankB. Let ub while remembering those near and dear to us not forget the poor who am always with us and the Lord will abundantly reward ub with that blessing, which is greater to the giver than to receiver. May each of our patrons enjoy the day even more than he deserves and live to celebrate many more anniversaries of the birth of Him, who brouuht redemption and salvation to a ruined world. "Behold,. I bring yon good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is borSithis day in the city of Divida Savior, which is OhriBt the Lord." Fn h 22d State convention for tho nomination unless Hon. Wm. J. Stone should enter for the governorship. The statement of Assistant Adjutant General- Forrester that Hunter had a BUflicient number of votes pledged to nominate him for U. 8. Senttor to discredited by Gov. Bradley and positively denied by a Senator, who says he knows of but two votes absolutely pledged to him. Mr. Bryan uees the baiiih form to letters of encouragement. The one he Bent Elitor Chuuault, of the Richmond Climax, is exactly like the one he sent the cobred attorney, J. W. Schooler, of Lexington, and they end: The cotiHcloucneBB of duty done must sustain us until we see the triumph of our cause. I have no doubt of ultimate - Dr. Ha.NTKiUias filed bia notice of contest for the Beat John Rhea was elected to fill in Congress. success. MORE NEWS NOTES. Old Gum Shoe is evi-- J. W. Shanks gets Ihe Newport postdently gotting.'ebort of funds. Speaking ofilce. of him, the Frankfort Capital Bays be An Albany, Vermont, photographer his a sufficient number of votes pledged took a picture of himeelf committing sni to secure the nomination for TJ. S. Senator, notwithstanding Jerry Porter's charge that botgot him to write several copies of his famouB silver pledge and reiterated time and again even after expostulated with that those were his sentiments. That makes no difference, however, with Jthe average republican. Expediency is Ifirst aUbjs with him. Principle is a (secondary consideration. The Capital's fnrtber statement that a number ol republicans will refuse to vote for Uunter,butlthat he will be elected by the votes of Bound money democrats, it is to be hoped is gratuitous. No man with even the shadow of a shade of democracy in bim would vote for Hunter for anything or hardly any other republican for that matter. The notice of contest tiled by Dr. Hunter against John Rhea is published in with evident full by the)Courier-Journa- l glee and satisfaction. The counts run through the alphabet two or three times, eich being marked with a letter. There is every charge imaginable, including that of hulldczing and intimidating voters made against Mr. Rbea himself, ex Congressman Goodnight, Jude Hines and other prominent men, who might use a cane on the slick doctor's back with propriety if he accuses them falsely. Hunter is evidently counting on the republican majority in Congress to scat him right or wrong, and be doesn't generally reckon without his host. A fellow named Ananias Buck tt South Bend, Ind followed the example of his ignominious namesako Tuesday by dropping dead, whether for the same ctusu or not is not stated. A man who is handicapped by auch a name, however, ia likely to follow all the precedents. cide. Levi Rice, a prominent cuisn rl Fayette county, dropped dead iu his yard. Slaverv In Mndpeascnr has been abol ished by decree of the French govern ment. Liberia's coffee exports have increased from 000,000 to 3,000,000 pounds in 10 years. Mrs. O. W. Haskell, a relative of the Tanderbilts, waa burned to death in Cal ifornia. The failure of the Bank of Illinois caused many merchants of Chicago to Bispend. son of Ohsrles The , wbs horned to death of Tiffin, 0 V by a cow. A religious fanatic in Connecticut, after killing bis fathertried to murder the jail officials. The National Bank of Illinoie, with nn Artrt AAA Mam iiiipb oi si i.uu'j.uw. un nlnn.wl no tiuocu tint doors at Chicago. three-yrar-olil R-p- Joseph J. Fischer, president of the German Insurance Bank, Louisville, tiled suddenly. Miss Nellie Boggers, a young pchool- toRcher of Pendleton county, choked to death in school in the presence of her pupils. By defeating Dr. Carver 'at Chicago, Charles II. Grimm, of Clear Lake, Iowa, became the champion trap shot of Amerira. In his report the superintendent of the Feeble Minded Itistitutu aaa there are 114 children iu the institution, with a number missing for whom he is unable to acvount. y Burke, a colored boy, who hacked a wonmn and lier dangotr with an iix, nearly killing them, wan riddled with bullets by a mob in Livingstone, Parish, La III Lho county, Vn wintcaps whip-ppMaria Hatfield and Louiee McKay, fii'lnn women. E ch was given 50 IkbIips on the bare hack. The women Hfter the whipping Hastings P o, a 00 year-o- ld cit'Z'n of McOMcken county, is chargnd with attempted assault on Addle Baktr, n girl, but he c'ainia he only gave her a fatherly kiea. -- Several young moti at Mattoon, III, were poisoned by drinking a mixture of crude alcohol, water and cinnamon drops. lvo of those partaking of the mixture have died. A man called on a Mississippi editor in Biloxi, that State, late one night to thrash him. Tho editor, imbued with professional instinct, dpuble leaded and killed hia visitor in time to write the story for the next day's paper. Threoof the toll gates destioye,i about 10 weeks ogo In Anderpon connty wee "placed Wednesday aud that night they wert ri?iin destroyed. At one of tho gr tns the ii.i.b ot fire to the toll honso, and watched it burn to the ground. Jo-rd tl Merry Chrisffis lias almost arrived. MAKE wj&tklh. i " V x( i Your Frigofs Happy : v Hy purchasing from us useful presents. We Have a Magnificent Display Of everything beautiful and seasonablc.t handkerchiefs, many dozen of them in plain and fancy, to sell from 5c up. Gloves, both ladies and gents', a big assortment and prices sure to suit you. Also a big lino of Mufflers. HOLIDAY SLIPPERS! Just the thing for a Christmas Present to gents, and we have them in handsome velvet embroidered with flowers. Patent leathers and nul lificrs in black and tan from 50c, up. SHIRTS, white and fancy, to sell at 50c to jSi.so. Beautiful line of In the latest Styles. Ladies' and Gents' UNDERWEAR will be sold at Reduced Prices from now on to the end of the season, A useful gift is a nice NKCEWEAR! A11D Hat, Cap, Suit of Clothes, And either of tlicm would be appreciated by any sensible man or boy. Also a nice bed spread, napkins, table linens, towels, a Cape or Jacket would be appreciated by any sensible woman. CHURCH CHIMES. i p. . 1 V By co Mh. Oahliblb'h pin for the retirement of greenbacks and treasury noten is as strong ns it can be, but it is love's labor lost. Congress will do more heed hiB suggestions than will duinocrita forgive him for the courae he pursued in the last cdmptign. P OLITJCAL POINTS. The legislative, executive and judicial appropriation bill passed tho House. It carries $21,009,369 02. Wm. Dobson, of Andert-on- , Ind , lost $100 on Bryan and baa since lost his mind by brooding over it. The bill appropriating $130,000 for a government exhibit attbnNaHhyille Exposition ba? been signed by the president. ' An oil portrait of Gov. Bradley by a woman Negro artist, Beatrice George, of Ohio, has been placed in the executive mansion. In an interview Sam J. Roberts declares that the election of Smith, the Bryan elector from Kentucky, will not be contested. An applicant for a postofilce in Letcher county that pays $100 a year, has already lost five weeks getting names to his petition, Tho Anderson county republican committee indorsed Judge T. F. Ballard, of Lawrenceburg, for collector of the Eighth district. Wm. Henry Hatch, who was born in Scott county in 1833 and educated in Lexington, is dead at n Hannibal, Mo. He was in Congress terms. The democrats of Franklin and Simpson held primaries this week to nominate candidates for county offices and very acceptable men were chosen as standard bearers in both counties. Hon. W. J. Bryan passed through Lexington Monday night, but when eorne of his admirers gained admission to the sleeping car, he was snoring in such an eloquent strain that they durst not disturb bim. Secretary Carlisle's annual report shows the revenues of the government from all sources to have been $409,475,-403- , and the expenditures 1434,078,054, which leaves a deficit for the year ending Bev-e- to-da- Pierce, of Boston, J2.000.000 is left to various public institutions. Two men were blown to atoms by maga the explosion of a zine near Montpelier, Ind. Mrs. Peter Mnnro, near Lima, Ind., gavehirth to healthy twins, who weighed hm 2S ounces together. E. H. Huncacker, chief train dispatcher of the M., K. kT. railroad, committed suicide at Parsons, Kan. Hugh Lloyd, of Eckerty, Ind., went cray when he found out that his mothers remains had turned to stone. There is an old maid ai Kankakee, 111., who iB so fond of her horse that she sleeps in an adjoining stall to him. Thomas P. Smith, for 01 years clm, CJinmisBioner or other olfiner of the Louisville court, is dead, aged SO. John L. Sullivan, who has made and squandered a princely fortune, is in the debtor'a prison at Boston for nil uiHt oil'. James Btll ami wtfi, of Dennisou, 0.,diid within 12 houra of each other. Both went approaching thuir 90th vear Mica Mry Weite has sued the city of Henderson for 2,500. She fell through a hole in the pavomnt and broke her arm. The uowern are preparing to inaugu rate a policy of coercion if tho Su.ten does not carry out hia promises in 10 days. Fire caiiBPd a losa of f5,000 at itz- corald. Ga.. the town laid out and popu lated by G. A. R. veterans and their fam nitro-gljcerin- the will of the latH Hony L. e A protracted ineptirg conducted Ht Cliutonville, Hnurbnn county, by Eld. C. C. Ollne, doted with 22 additions. -- R'V. J F Rd ford, of UowJIrig For Green, Micceda the late S X Hall en pr siding elder of Ihu Burning Green district. All tho church choira of the city are requested to meet at the OlirlhiiMii church Sunday sfcernoon at 3 o'clock for eperUl practice. - Eld. J. T. Shnrrnrd will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning on "Th Story of a Star." Union meet Paris, ing at night - Parin I Npp, of Claiborne county, Tfiiu , who, in hia lifetime has killed religion and in mfcn, haa profesaed now prescl ing tin Gospel. All Christians arn invited to jnin rp with the Methodista Ht their church this IV'J morning at 6 o'clock in giving ' Glory to s? God in the HighcAt" for the gift of Ills I!) L0T$ OF D0LL$ the young. C0Y$ Don't fail to inspect our line befoie you buy. THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. A: URBANSKY &,CO., Proprietors, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores: Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburp, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. to a dfar Son After accepting Rev W H. Felix's resignation pb pistor of the First !lpt6t cnurch, Luxington, the congregation, by a unanimous vote, recalled him, at a pat t$! arv of $2 000. Dr Frlix thinks a younger iji an should fill tiie place Jjj The Bible School of the Chi Mian church linn, of which Mr, James A lliz iy ha t been secretary and treasu- (ijj rer fornix years, passed Mghlv etil giMlc resolutions. on hia fxithfulncfP and dvo (inn to duty, on h q resignation 'o po ' to Lancaster to iive,iiid co nmeiKUd nm in the h'g'icst tprmo of pnuse t ttineo fi lepra and good gracea of the peopV of hie new home i Buy, your Coal now before it fll goes up, for the Winter. 1 toy All Farm Products taken in 1 1 V exchange. i f ;i l J. H.mAUGHMAN Did You & CO. ilies. v t I f. Confidbncb in business circles bnvirJK been restored, we are told, by the election of McKinley, it ia singular that banks go right along breaking Bnd suspending. The National' Bank of Illinoia with liabilities of U,000,000 shut up Bhop Monday and Tuesday the Bank of Minneao.taatSt. Paul, which owes and a number of local smaller concerns did likewise. It beginB to look even to a gold standard man that money is much more needed than confidence, aa bid as that is also wanted. Davikss county presents a candidate for e'erk ot the court of appeals, for which office the woods seem full of Mr. Sam J. Shackelford is the gentleman referred to and as be corn's from the almost solidly democratic portion of the State, his claims for party can-didate- s. i P. recognition seem to ba substantial. Ho 1b a fine bueinees man and a democrat, who bas spent his time and money for the good cauae. It would be well for the other candidates to keep an eye on the man from Daviees. Situated In Stanford, Lincoln county, Ky on tho can ude ol the Manlord & Soiuortet turnpike, about 'A mile from Main street and bounded on the North and Eatt by tne landi of O. W. Vacda-vee- r, on the South by the lands of J.S. Hocker for $90,000. aud on the We it by thn Stanford A bomenel pike and containing abo it two acres of land rtia The Baltimore chamber of commerce House ia a brick residence of 5 or 6 rooms haB adopted retolutlona declaring that and otherwise well improved, havleg cistern aud Is in a line neighborhood. hydrant and the Cameron Cuban resolution ia opposThe said property will be sold on acrtditoffi ond opposing its and ia months. ed to public interests June 30, 1S90, of J25.203.245. The proceeds or sale will be first applied to satisfy tho lien debt of S 11. Shanks, eor., for $i,ov The House of Representatives haa passage by Congress. with 6 per cent, interest thereon from A. J. Speckert, who wrecked the until paid, subject to a credit of ?ji 3 July 7, 1896, passed an amendment to the postal laws of date Au Co. at Louis- gust j, 1090, anu me cost 01 mis action Title authorizing the transmission of private German-AmericThe purchaser must execute bond with appro business cards' with either printed or ville, and Bklpped, haa returned to face ed security, payable to the Com'r and bearing 11from day of sale until pali, having the lorce written matter, through the mails, upon the music, and is giving daily evidence tereit 11 U. WAKHEN. ana eiiecioi a juacmenr. Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court, 85 stamp is affixed. which a one-cethat hia mind is wrong. an v1nt Lightning Btruck the barn of Frank Wagoner, in Graves connty, killed two boraes and destroyed tho building and contents. Tho breaking of a suspension bridge near Wheeling W. Va., cauBed the death of onb man and the serious Injury of 12 other persons. The New England Society, of New York city, celebrated the 270th anniversary of the landing of the pilgrim fathers with a banquet. Thomas Helm, a Nowport Negro, went to Bleep while be was being married and fell to the floor. The bride was so astonished she fairited. EJitor John P. Cozlne, of the NewB, recently believed to be fatally 111, is better, and his friends are hoping for his complete recovery. John Ryan, a Chicago peddlert beat hiB sister to death with a base ball bat and then tried to burn the house. It is believed that his mind is wrong. A Negro boy attacked Mrs. Mary Kavanaugh and Mrs. John T.Fos, of Livingston Pariah, La., with an axe and fatally wounded them. The brute escaped. of MrB. J. Supe Tho big ples, at WhlteCBStlo, La., with 3,500 barrels of augar, wbb destroyed by fire. The property cost $140,000 and was insurod Shel-byvllle Congn-samaPrice, nf NHhviie, bna nought of tho Glrnviow stock farm, thoptallion Egotist, 2:22$ by EltcMouuer, for $4 000. Charles Herndon, of Knox county, killed his wife, when nho ri fused to to hia home which she had left on account of ill treatment. Tho supreme court of New York haB decided that the bequests of J000.C00 for free libraries in the will of Samuel J Til-de- n are invalid aud the money is to be apportioned among the heirs. So it apn ro-tu- rn Ever Stop To think how many and varied are the articles which arc kept by an all round druggist ? Brushes for the teeth, brushes for the hair, brushes for the bath, btushes for the hands. Sweet scented soaps, sweet scented essences, sweet scented powders for the wardrobe. Hot water bottles, bottles for babies and bottles of medicine till you can't rest. If you'd .learn more about our variety you'd come here often-er- . Pknny's Drug Stork. Come to see us. pears that even this great statesman and lawyer wasn't able to make a will that wonld pass niUBter in the courts. NKW ADVKRTISKMKNT. Commissioner's Sale. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. Defti. In Equity. . ny virtue of a judgment and order of tale of the Hocoln Circuit Couit, rendered at the tpecial December term, 1896, the uodenigned Com'r will R. G. CralK, Plaintiff, vs W. H Andctton, Ac, DoYouEat .We have a House fu'l of. ' On Monday, Jan. II, 1897, M Hem the ut Jay ol ihe January terra cf the Lincoln Countv Court, la bttnford, Ky., hell to the highest ami Lett bidder at public outcry the following deicribed property, -- sugar-hous- A- I3Co-u.s- e c3G Hot, Good : Things To eat. Prices lower than other people's. Would like for you to POST YOURSELF, And then let us show you our goods and give you prices. HIGGINS & McKHSTNBY. li:-i- a -- r-' l rV , f! r? Xt i Mu J. 0. McOlahy is quite aick. Miss Mahy Elkin wont to Louisville Silver novelties Solid galore at Danks' P. Walton. Tea spoons $1.50 st. Butter knives Stanford, Kv., - Dec. 25, 1896 Female College, is At home. Another Uncle Tom's Cabin Co. is 25c up. See Danks' Xmas bargains. " heading this way and wants a date. Goo J Bailey is spending Christ Bledsoe Thirty dozen pocket knives for Xmas. Lord deliver us. LE. C. WXttoN, Business Manager. mas with his sister at Grayson. Come get one. Higgins AcMcKinney." Mk. E. C. Collins, of Cleveland, 0., Lucky. Cow Coroner H. G. Johnson .i, spent a few days with Mr. W. S. Warren. won the handsome hear riJ2 rsflhd by You should take your pteacrintions to Handsome Albums and Medallions iPnnny'r drop store whore prompt and Mns Uoiibut Wiiitk, of Oorbin, is cheap at Craig A Honker's Cfsb House. Cabbell Owens. His chance con nim 91 accurate service is guarantees wlth'Mrs. Kauhon Williama for the holi- cents. APACKAQKof Firecrackers with each A merhy Christmas and a happy ntw PERSONAL POINTS. pMKTONI) M its. J. S. Hick will eat pound of Stick Candy ut Warren A year to our patrons and especially to our M8. tlll.NllY LiAMMKKS is tloWU with Christmasdinner with his mother at 8hanks'. faithful correspondents. May they send Uichmond, pneumontn. The Melbourne 'Modern Minstrels more news and receive more compensaPiiof. J. M. Huiiimhi) askH us to send Ho.i. J. a. OwBi.tv, Su , went to Louis villa Tuesday. his paper to St. Louis, whero he and were out of sight at Walton's Opera tion during 181)7. House Tuesday night. Mist Sub. 1 Otztrr lolt yehtorday 10 wifo are visiting his sons. W. A. Tin hulk ubs bought of Cspt. Vlelt In IndiunapuUH.Miai Sali.is UkKD and brothe Louis, Ari'LB cider and persimmon beer, and Mrs. Win. Geer, their property overMi68 Balm it thuof tho West Hod, Is of Harrodshuri?, arrived yesterday to visOhristmas coines hut once a year. So looking town on the cut off pikf, for V,sitliii .Mrs. Lett Myers. it the Missus Chancellor. let us enjoy it to the fullest extent. The lot and huildlrc of the houee Mm. Sus Holmks. of Crab Orchard, Mrs. L. L St. Claik lull Tuesday (or a few years ago cost f2,S0). took the train heru fur Ellctou yesterday Home, Oh , to vsit relatives. Bu.ndlk containing dress lost on The door of h cattle car on a K. 0 pike, between Will Hbjb' and SiikiiikT. B. ItoniNsuN, of Garrard, to visit her daughter, Mrs. Jim Miller. A Hardin's. triin was broken ifbwn this side of Rich attended court hum thin week. Mh. F. K. Thiiiulk has rented a farm town. Leave at D11. J. K. VanAiibualk lis been down in Fayette mind n few dnys ago and 10 cattle were comity, and will move to it Bi'hh Pbukinp, an East Ead Negro, short when that place was reached. The with rheuinatlaiu, but Is bolter. Jan. 1. This will be sad news to 's tliu Mies Mahy Hhuck has Joint-host of friends lu this and adjoining was placed in jail yesterday charged with exporters were all found, hut one was robbing Eugenu Bngtt of $1.10. His dead and several were badly used up. army of clerks at Karris k Hardin's. counties. trial is set for Monday. Mkb. J. F Cummins and Miss S.t. lie Tiik Mt. Vernon dignal la spreading Green spent several days In Louisville. CITY AND VICINITY. Ciikap Candy. John Meier rellled off itself. It iesued a double number yesMiis. 1)h E. G. Dick, of Grab Orchard, Diamonds at Dinks'. hi? stick of candy yesterday. terday which was chocked full of adverwas tho Ruest of Mrs. Dr. W. IJ. Penny. He.iry Salter, who got a chance for five tisements and other good things and EdSolid gold Bet ring OS 2. Dunks. 1h. William Huffman, of Lancaster, itor Maret announced that he has closed cents, was the lucky man. Bohn to the wife of Louis Brady, a boy. Is very ill Bt Mr. Hun Cook's on Dix Hiv-oa contract to print the Corbin Enterprise. By the spreading of rails near Hyatts-vill- e If is hard to hold a hustler like him All the nchools In town have closed Miss Mahy Ornioiff returned with Tuesday two cats of stock train No. down. till Jan. 4. 102 were ditched. Very little damage Mrs. Lee Webb to Livingston and is her Yesterday was a typical Christmas guest Naw wall paper ui abundance at W. was done and scnraly any delay caused to Eve. Thewiqd blew, the snow suew Miss Mahy Oaiitkr, of Lincoln countrains. the W. Withers'. and the clouds were blue. But a Christty, is visiting Mrs. Sam Phelps. Skk our 10 and counters, FarProf. E L. Gruhbs treated mas white seems now in eight and grave Ciitnaz. rls & Hardin. his iiliolars to bananas when he adjourn- yards lean, may now be seen. So sing Piicf h L. Uhuiiih and Mr. E 0. ed fi r the holidays Wednesday, while and pray while enjoying the day, that for Ciluinbus, 0, Gaines left ysterday Bio lot of teachers' Bibles at low pliers Mib? Ethel Wright gave each of the tots you may live, more thanks to give when to visit friends. at W. B. McUobertV in her room a pretty Christmas card. time shall restore the day once more. Miss Mahy Cook, who hns been at- Look. -- 3,000 yards of matting just re- Tho pupils also remembered the teachtendiiiK c jlle( at Mannaville, is at home Whose Is It? -- Judge BurnBide and ers with nice presents. ceived at W W. Withers'. i far the holidays. Sheriff Robinson, of Lancaster, were here C Mk. W. Fhank McICinnky hns moved The Foil elegant gilts to iut any one. Seo Club of Kings-vill- yesterday trjiog to get the blanket that which has 10 female and ono male the baby, told of in our dispatch from Ji his family to the Iteazley farm he houuht Danks, the jeweler. 25c up. sevi ral mouths hk. member 10 to 1 will entertain at Mrs. Tht-T "Gknkuw.i.y fair Cloudy James M. McCarly's Thursday evening, there was wrapped in, identified. Mis hixt II. Wi ioiit left jeaturday thought it came from the Louisville Store, Frimorning to spend the holidays with and threatening Friday. Warmer Dec 01. The Pennybacker, mem- but while Manager T. D IUney says day." friends In luisvill". bers of the club, were here Tuesday he had some like it, ho could not aay it MisdamksJ. P. ItiiTKsnd T. L. Car- Doll. Context at Craig Hockr's making preparations for it. cimo from his houee. nenter. of the Went End, were here closis Jan. 1st. Buj a doll beforo its too It was a great oversight in the Inter shoppltiK Wednesday. HUNG J.U11Y IN BROOKS' CASU. late. M twits. W. P. Givkns, and U G. and ioh Journal to neglect to mention the After a Stromj Timk of Four Days. James Denny are in Arkansas hunting Tiik property on Lancaster atrset occu- marriage of Mlrs Alice Carr to Prof. Charles llaynes, of Richmond, and we deer and similar t'liii', pied by J. F. Cummins for lunt. P. P. Aftru numerous and sundry delays hereby make the amende honorable becaus of thncbeenceof alleged impor Mh.Gioiuk T. .VcK iiKiaa, who has Nunnelley. mum Both are accomplished school teachers tant witnesses, the defense in the case of been vlr Itir k re'ativ s in Garrard, passed Foil lUsf. CottNg on Etst Mtin and will continue to teach the young Frank Brooks, for the murder of John Up tn PrcdheRd yesterday idea how to shoot. Mks, b'ALiir. Hali Y, of .St. Louis, Nlho street orcupiad by Win, Moreland. Nevels, only introduced him in his beJun. 1. Apply ttj Harvey Uulm, girfitcf her aunt, Mrs Mary 0. Glvons, half. He testified Will Butchkh. Mr 0. Perry Huff- h'm first, the ball tint Nevels shot at I j thobhelbj City vicinity. grazing his arm. A Foil Kknt. My residence of six rooms man has bought of M. F. Elkin his Mhs. JxrsK M. Alvkiihos left Wednesbad case was made out against and lot on the Danville pike and day to upend the holidays with Mrs. on Maiu street. Good garden and out house B'ooks, being in substance the same houses. Apply to W. H. Murphy, Mrs. his butcher shop eupplic s for $1,000. Ho as published by at Itichmond. Mattie Alvttenn ub at the time of the will take possession of the shop Louis Tiik Misan Woods are at homo from Kate Hhh, commission of the crime. Messrs. R. 0. Wolz now has on Jan. 1, when he says MllleisLurs Female College for the. ho "Juihjk" Wfc. L Dawson married in he will give tho public an opportunity to Warren, Harvey Helm and Robert Harding spoke for him and C. O. Williamp, j p. Mies IiwMti is (iiite sick. his nsusl impressive style yesterday SamMtaDAMts I. A. Putt k and Tlnslev uel Cooper and Lucy Brown, a colored buy steak that will actually make their Oal. Welch and J.S. Owsley, Jr., for the mouths water. Kpoonamore went down to Lebanon prosecution. pair from Hustonville. lo visit Mis. J. D. Holderiuaii. Christmas Tkek. Determined that Tlie case was given H the jury at noon Wa.ntko. A big lot of rye atraw in Christmas shall not come aud go with- yesterday, who reported after an hour's Mht. Miidhi!) Ukaziky went over to yeFtrday to reside, much to bundles after the rye is tiled out. Will out a Xmas tree, Ei Wilkinson, tho bar- consultation that they could not agrc o Lincaster pay market price. Will 1m in Stanford the regret of her many friends here. ber, decided to have ono at his shop. It Judge Saufley eent them back to try it Mk. .1 ('. Kino, wife and children Dec Wth to '.'Oth. A 'P. Nuunolley. was to have been in full bloom by 7 p. m Bgain and at 4 o'clock eent for them, yesterday evening when each customer when they still reported tneir inability went to homereet Tuosdsy to spend ALi.those iudebied to W. II. Wesren and were discharged. Christmas with the family of J S. Hik & Co. limit settle at ooce, or their ac- who had work done would he entitled to to It is understood that they stood 10 for Kins. counts will be placed in the hands of an a present. This rule will continue to minder and two for acquittal. Applica(.ait J. 11. Doi'olas, of Jellioo, was Ulcer.- Take this to yourself if you owe day until th supply is exhausted. tion for bail will he made Saturday. bete Wednesday with his daughter, Mian them. The contest over ttin probate of Hie Mattie, who Is attending college at Dui-DhCLAiiki) Insa.nk. John Goocb, son will of Greenberry Bright came to as mi fAllM AND TRADE ITEMS. !e. g of Mack Henry Gooch, of the Waynes-btir- ; den termination after a number of witMii.lkb Owsley, ol Mit.TnoMs John F. Caah sold to S. M. OweuB a section, was declared iuanne by a nesses had been examined. Tho attor Gncn, anivtd this morning and jury here l'tiejiUy and ordered to an ssy neys for the Whit h and others bsw by pair of mules for f 150. will he at homo to friends in Walnut Robert Bruce disposed of a lot of fat the rulings of the judge that thoy had no lutn. Ho has been there twice before. Hat fjrn week. shoats tl U week at 2 03. show and so they iiecided to let it go to MusMahia Cock, of Loncaeier, took WANTKDl-ft.lKM. D. Elinor bought of J. P. turkeys and 2.0C0 d re Wednesday for Middles-hor- geiue; n'so chickens, ducks, eggs, hides, probate without further ado and make the train hi three hogs averaging 130 pounds at the contest in the circuit court, which where stiu will spend Christmas I, up, ftuthi rs and ginseng. Write us for 3c. will bo done. with Mrs. James II. Robinson. prices. Oar lots of live poultry a speJ E Lynn sold to S. T. Harrise five Miis. J. 11. Pa.ton gave u churn. inc. cialty. 11. B. Xorthcolt it Co., LancasThe KingH Mountain Ginning Co's. cittlo averaging over 1.C00 pounds at tea Tuesday evening to Elder J. T. Shar ter, Ky. property at Kingsvillo was sold at pub- 3G0 raid and wife, Mr. J. S. Hocker and wife lic auction on the premises Tuesday by Palmer Graves, of Christian, raiped Tiic members of Lincoln Lodge, No. Master Commissioner It. U. Warren and Mr. W. A. Tribblo and wife. to 1,300 bushels of sweet potatoes on six At the democratic primary in Marion CO, F A. M , are requested to meet at James Roy, W. 0. Watts and Dr. 0. M. acres. county Hon. Benedict Spalding, former-- 1 Odd Fellows' Hall at '2 v. m. Saturday, Thompson for $1,772. It cost about Harris A Fox have sent three loads of this county, was rt nominated for DcC '20, for the purpose of electing wan appraised at $2,000 and in the of cattle to Henry Cush and John O. for the ensuing year. R. B. ouuty attorney by 157 majority. three years of its existence has accumu- Tucker to feed at 4c. secretary. seven ol her lated a debt of over $4,000. As a money MiihEllkn BALLOuand Capt. Jack Bosley sold D. F. Logan Ltncabttr pupils took tho train here old cattle at 4c. They Tub .Melbourne Minstrels, who swore destroyer the canning factory seems to 20 choice Tutsday for Cincinnati to spend a week. to the managers of the Opera Houae hero vio with the creamery, in Kentucky par- weighed about 1,100. Victor Bal ou accompanied them. F. K. Tribble Bold to A. G. T. Smith that they were neither amateurs nor a ticularly. Misskb Mahy Cowkw, Mary Harris and Christmas snap, proved to be very much a bunch of 90 pound shoats at 2 85 and Jailed. W. H. Simpson attacked W. a lot of butcher stuff at 2.10. Emma Martin, of the College faculty, of roth. They got as far as Danville, with an ugly knife Tuesday will be enjoying the their llrst stand, aud stranded, as they L. left yeBterday and Will pay $1.20 for 100 barrels of corn and was ordered under arrest by Judge when thcBe lines ate deserved to. delimits of home if brought to UBBt once. This goca for Saufley, who happened to see the dem- read. week only. Noel & Son. Brokk Up a Still. Deputy Collector nnmraUnn RhnrifT Mniclnrm nnii Pnnto. this Mss. Gioi.tin L. Pknny entertained a The steamer American cleared at J, M. Carter tells as that he and aeveral ble Benedict took him before Judge number of her married lady friends at a Now Orleans for Liverpool with 22,570 who promptly ordered him to jail. Wednesday in hon- other revenue men broke up a still in delightful luncheon Wayne county a few nights ago and de And then camo the tug of war. Simpson bales of cotton, said to be the largest car or of her sister, Mrs. T. 8. Webb, Jr., o' stroyed 125 gallons of go ever floated. beer. Tho worm said he wouldn't go and the tussle began, i Knoxville, Tenn. of export cattle have Fifty . was warm and it was evident that the v constable, Doouty D ck Mb. ami Mrs. W. A.Tiuiuilk left Sholby City within , . i i x i i i , been shipped from l. i fire had just been extinguished. The tn imond Christmas with the the put three weeks. Twelve were sbip- lives, but they finally p y9aterday. county. On ollicer did not learn who the still belong bride's parents in Mason d ed to. 1!iw1 tliulv ftiaM lialitnfl flia Viaa wlicj uu uu.o, ..UliO MUI. .uau '"""l of fancy Polled Angus their return they will go to house-keeTwo ho remained till next day, when tho Mn. M. D. Elmo it k is inconsolable and ing in their new homo. steers, averaging 1,056 pounds,, sold at judge fined him $10 for drunkenness and MiBBKfl AnnikPicicftt, who Iihh been his friends have no,hopo of his enjoying Chicago last week for $5.60, the highest u with her sister, Mrs. Will Severance, and the cay season that wo enter ou this disorderly conduct and slid he should go price of tho yenr. to the rock pile if not paid or replevied. '" Elizabeth Login, who hue been the guest morning. The cause of his Fred P. Bishcp sold to Sam A. Mia. W, U. eduees is the death of his old Charles, As the costs and previous fine of $5 had Moore, of Boyle, nine yearling steers at of Mies Anno Shanks and . not been paid, that was also included, to Henry D. White a bunch of Shanks, returned to their homes in Shel- his family horse that he had .owned for making $10, which Simpson could not 3c and Wednesday. 28 years. The old fellow went tho way heifers at 2c. by raise) and he again went to jail. OccaTwo little people arrived Wednesday of all good horses Wednesday, and since George Dunbar bought in Casey, sionally Mr. Simpson gets too much to gladden the hearts of olde'r relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Elmoro have felt as if they RiiFBell and Adair counties, a bunch liquor aboard and then ho gets trouble-somwho is with his had lost one of the family. Onowaa Charlie Metcalf, of heifers and steers at 2) to 3Jc and a otherwise he is a very peacoablo Mr. and Mis. T. J. Foster, calves at $6 to $S 50 Flint Lock. A. G. Cotfey showed ua aud clever citizen, and it is to be regret- lot of MUs Wroy Lynn, who is and tho other, Joe Patchen, the great pacer, is in Mrs. an old Hint lock from a musket that he ted on his own account, his family's and the guest of her Win. John his aged father's that he got in the con- the hands of the Keekaku county, HI., claims his great Mollie Wray. who was a near relative of Andrew dition he did and renewed an old trouble sheriff, who seized him for a debt owner So far only ono Confederal soldier in son, Taylor owed a Chicago bank. acceded to the presidency with Mr. Dawson, the county has responded to our request Johnson, who Yesterday Mr. Simpson replevied the 8 M. Owens will leave for Atlanta . i.to nnmn. comnanv. regiment Hud on the death of Abraham Lincoln, carri and that is Thomas Jefferson ed in the revolutionary war. He says the Uue, apologized to Judge Dawson, who Monday with what he claims will be command accepted the apology on conditions that one of the beat car loads of cotton males Hatcher, who belonged to Co. A. 15th weapon was burned when tho home of - his uncle, Moses Tucker, of Pulaski, was ho would not drink any moro and he that ever left the county. He bought a lahama. Col., now Got. Oatla' Keglwo hope to enjoy Christmas good many of them in this county at ment, Trimble' Brigade, K well's Divid-Io- n destroyed by fire, and that he got the went home, $75. remnant while thoreon a visit last week. the more lor bis resolve. Corps. Stonewall Jackson's Miss yesterday gold watch $10 u5. Danks. Store Room, with entrances both on Main and Lancaster streets, for rent. W. Lucilr Mrnifik, of Georgetown DOLL A a GIVE! AWAY i Jv m Handsomely Dressed, Bisque Head Kid Doll To the Best Guesser. " We will make this present to the one who guesses nearest to the number of Dolls we seU this Christmas. Each purchaser ol a doll entitled to a Guess. See our Ik Line of Christmas Trucks. Biggest and Best Assortment in town. k r - $1,-6)- 0. CRAtC - & T HOCKEJ. m Hus-tonvil- lit " m m tr m j a Mm v iv '. a Ken-ley- !' Ol O 9BISM&S QMM Don't forget to 'f ii.Ti . We still have Holiday Goods left. come her'e for S BARGftlMS! Prescriptions filled from the very best Drugs and Chemicals and Experienced Pharmacist. : 1 r. m 1 i.S,c:'::o:oM-:o:'Xo:- Rich-uio- nd 'Jo-ee- ut Atkt. W. B. MoROBEETS. cicioioioriioioi WE HAVE BEEN A J w j o Merry-Go-Koun- d e, Santa Claus! V Mlt-se- s Nt Pos-sefs'o- u v-r- y TO OUR CUSTOMERS For the year just closing by giving them better goods for less money than other houses ask for them. And we propose to be the same to all who trade with us during the coming year. Don't think you will not want any goods for 1897, but take advantage of our January Clearance Sale. We will offer many attractive bargains. Winter goods must be sold to make room for new lines Our Coats, Cloaks, Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Flannels, Blankets, Gloves, Hosiery, etc , will be closed at Redueed Prices. If you sre going to move and need a Carpet remember we arc selling all Carpets at less than you can buy later. 25 ay 11 SEVERANCE & SOV. - E9 m - Back of IVly of M Bow-liu- X) Bal-Ur- o. m t Is the certainty of fulfillment each and every one of them. When you leave your watch with' me for repairs it is sufficient guarantee that you v ill have an accurate and reliable timepiece. Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? We have gained the reputation for miles around for best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince you. Promises - THOMAS DALTON. ' $5,-00- 0, -- otli-caMa-hon- rs y, m B K. WEAREN, -- Dealer In- - Car-bo- h, yen-tar.U- ,.,,.. Farming Implements of all Kinds, Waggons, Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Buokboards, &c. SEE MY CORN CRUSHERS! The Greatest Convenience a Farmer ever had.v selves the first month. car-loa- They pay for them- ii I p u car-loa- ds H. C. RUPLEY, down-heart- THE MERCHANT TAILOR -- Is Receiving.his 450-pou- e; WMMmmmwwmjb All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. THI BLUK-GllA- grand-parent- s, graud-mothe- r, grand-fathe- r, HERD OP a?C?u!s3Bsl'71KTSrnE'?sEm IVXfl&'ET). HOGS. My Brecdcn were itlrctcd from tne beat herd of this itmout breed of ine in leverat different States. A splendid lot ol pigs of ditiarent agr for sale, lired sows a ipvci<y. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited, Address hHbShS m : R. H. BRONAUGH, Ky Crab Orchard, 01M 5P' jtbrr'-"'- r emi-Week- ly y interior Journa MT. rERNON, ROCKCASTLE CO. A merry Cnristinas to the Sv'B i A Y T CHRISTMAS BALL Intkiuor If 1 INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. The Rodcmcr Place of 105 Acres, Thero is very little excitement oyor Whoro thocnttlonrnn-browslAT chist and stummick. Tho head contains At llowland, for 189; Splendid residence anil Obristrufis here. nil tho Spanish pontes 131 iSgi. fjy J?30I YKAU IN ADVACH grow; the eyes and brains, if any. The chiet good outhouses. J.Possession Januaiy , 1.Trustee, The 15ntist church will be dedica- S. OWSLKV, JR Whoro tho iiorthora como Is a candidate for Aaiessor of Lfncoln county lungs Hnd a pitce of liver. S94t Stanlord, Ky, ted Sunday. lUv, Dr: Warder will bo By When none paid S2.6p will be charged." wtildtlin from hcyoud tho coutains the subject 10 the action of the democratic iarty.j The Btummlck is devoted to tho bowels, preeont, besides other divines of note. '.'neutral strip," An tho prairlu dogs nro snocxln ol which thero are five, a, e, I, o, u, and : Elder Joseph Ballou, who line labor K. C. LOCAL TIME.CARD. eat If they had tho crip; OWENS sometimes w and y." liracken Chronifor the VTheru tho coyotes como ed zealously and successfully A meotingof lbs stockholders of the National Trains leave Stan'o-- ai 710 a n., and 4:05 It a candidate fr8hriMpvL.lncoln County, lub- howltn round tho ranches cle. Dank of Hustonvilln will be hell at their banking Clirittinu cluircb, preached his farewell p. bi., returning at tlioo, m., and 9:10 p. m. house in Huitonville the second Tuesday In Jaau jtci 10 sue acuDSMmi amtsscraiic party nftor dark, Since the adoption of electrocution in say, 1807. between 9 and 11 a. ru , lor tho purpose sermon Sunday nigtit. An tho mocking birds nro slngln tu tho lively L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Ohio, the doatli pentence la that the ofThe Mt. Vernon brass band will givo Whororoiddor lnrk; McCORMACK1 79 J. W UOCKKIt, Calhter.fjj tho possum, an tho badger, nn rattle- 'V ficer "shall cause b current ol electricity an entertainment at the court house next 11 37P m No. 14, Train going. North snnkos abound. 3q vx canJIdatt for Assessor of Lincoln County, " " No. 16. " 313am subject to the action of the democratic oarly : ooutn m j. .. 110mm Monday night. Wo expect a large audi- - An tho inonbtrous stars ; aro wtnkln o'or a ofBUllicienfintensity tocaueo death to wllilornoss profound Your support is earnestly solicited. " " 03 p n ence, as the merit ot prevloua entertain H4.1J, . Whoro lonesome, tawny prairies molt Into airy pass through your body and to continue ,,.,1 A meeting of the stockholders of the First Na. streams, ' QUEEN & CRESCENT. ments will insum nu interest in this applicitious until you be dead." tional Hank of Stanford will be held at their bank Wlillo tho DoubJo mountains slumber with aTA aWLKIH one. ing hnue seconi Tuesday In January, i!m7, lor heavenly kind Traim pait Junction City at follows the puriMise ot 'lectlnif it Directors for the rnsu Sa How to Provont Pnocmonln .rifc Ali6s Mary Borden, of Tennessee, is Where tho fitrtrlopo in dream ; Is a candidate (it A iumMbHh ' Llocoln County, ing jenr. Is grazln an tho lonolr JOMS J, McKOHKKTS. Cashier No. South .....uoapm No t North .3 33 P At this time of the year a cnld i very easily subject to the actsM -iMraiic party. plovers cull m visiting her brother, Mr. Sam Davie, at . 4 "' ....u 09 am " 6 " 3t 3 "i -tnn aid coutie without " It was thoro that I attended tho Cowboys contacted some II lflt to Coughitsmedicine, is liable 131 am " .t.49 p m j " reliable the aid of '. "apU aMr. James Landrem, : 6 00 a m the Miller House. " 10 835pm Christmas ball. to result In that drtnd disease, pneumonia. We Nora. Not. 9 and 10 run no furfur tthan the accommodating agent oj the L. & 1 know ol no belter remedy to cure a cough or cold fll' a Tho town wuz Anson City, olo Jones' county than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. W have A meeting of the stockliiioders of the Farmers City. Alt trains stop there. . . . Junction at this place, is welcomed by his old sivnt, has always Kvea Hank and Trust Co, will by held at their banking Is a candidal. it?Auit or i.'ncoin louuiy, used it quite extensively and subject to the actfou it tTie democrauc lurtr.and house first Wednesday in January, 1847, for the Olagah, Indian Territory, Chiei. Whoro they ralso Tolnngus cattlo an wavln, satiilacuon. friends here. This is the oily remedy that is known to u a purpose offtectltiK " Directors lur ensuing year. eariustly asks uur tuvpod. wblskorerf , The Mt. Vernon Instituto held ex- Whoro tho air iswheat an baramy, an dry an ceitaln preventive of pneumonia. Among th JH. OWSLK. Cashier noft many thousands who have usrd it for cilds and full uv health, aminations this week, the pupils showed we have never yet learned of a single C. G. la grippe, I resulted to pneuronu I'erton wno marked improvement and all Daesed An. tho prairies la oiplodln with agricultural case having lungs or have reason to tear ank caaj wealth: have weak Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln, subjtct to well. The teachers expect increased a"t Whore they print Tho Toxas Western, tbtt Aleo ot pneumonia should keep the remedy at hind. action of the democratic party. Thinking the t will not be responsible fnr any debts contract15 and jo cent lollies for sale by Craig & lluckcr, ed by my wile, who ha recently left roc, and I Southern end ol the coumy U entitled to a slice tendance after A number With UcCann HupplliM of the pie he asks your support. nowg an yarns mi stories uv most nmazln Druggists. will take legal steps to secure any Jeelrr or other property she disposer of belonging to me. of teachers will enter the normal cIbbb. slzo; Don't be persuaded into buying- liniments with84t KVEKKIT bOKKKl.L, hianlord, Ky. WhennFrank Smith rulls thobadgoron know-I'1 he young people are already enjoyout reputation or merit. Chamberlain's Pain MOREEAND tonderfcet, provits ing the holidajs. Miss May Miller en- An Democracy's triumphant an powerful hard Halm costs no more andSuch menta hrv beenfollow, letters as ho en br a test of v art. Is a candidate lor Assessor of Llncolo, subject to llagley liuentme. Cat , aro con tertained Tuesday evening in honor oi Wheroto beat; ing from L. the action of the democratic party. lie kindly lives that good old hunter, John Mllsap, aiautly being i.received: "the bet remedy for asks your support Miss Uerda Martin. Wednesday eve from Lamar, havu ever used is Chamberlain's l'atu ning a large party stormed Miss Mattie Who "used, ter bo tho sherliT hnoV nxmt. in fain and I say a alter having used it in my line1 I am rheumatism, fot sevtal years. It cure still agent for Falls llranch Coal and will SAM W. iiewcoinb end all report a pleasant TwasParis, sail" at Anson, with tho llvoly back, sprains aod swells. Kor sale by Caaig & keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, so you get such thero, I nay, as you want at the lowest pmillile prices for Cash, nock.tr, uiuggists time; Widder Wall. It Candidate foi Sheriff of Lincoln County, subOffice, Mill St. and Kailroad Crossing, opnoaite m t jtct to tht action ol the democratic pa'ty. Roller Mills. We were pleased to notice that Mr, That I went to that rtccpshun, tho Cowboys' J. II. 1IIUUINS, After hear.ng some friends contir uillv praisChristmas ball. Stanlt rd, Ky. 37 ing Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Dlarhuca Frank Morrison, of Chicago, was chosen Tho boys had left tho ranchea nn cum to town Itemcdy, Curtis Fleik, ol Anaheim, Cal., pursecretary of the American Federation of chased r bottle otttlor his own 11. o and is now . in piles; TI-EEI I I can a enthusiastic over its wotk as S Labor, which met last veek in Cincin- Tho ladies, kinder scatterln, hod gethcrcd In 'Wie as and 30 cent buttles for any one 1'iaigbe. & sale by for miles, Ureter, Druggists. Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten nati. The honor was bestowed upon a An yet tho place wus crowded, I Absolutely Pure.189G. ei remember Acres of Land, For tale. Mas on It a too.1, comworthy young man. Mr. Morrison is a well fortable Dwelling of m Rooms, aud all necessary Celebrated for its great leivenlng stieagth and Twuz fjot fur tho occashun nt tho Mornlnc wa rualthfulness. Assure! the food agiimt alum nephew of Mr. J. V. IN'eabitt, ol this Full stock ol Fruit and Ornamental Ttes, outbuildings, Oue yard hydrtnt and one for well Star hotel. terlnc slock, also a splendid, never falling and all forms of adulteration so comaon In the Crape Vines, Suiall fruits. Asparagus, and eviry place. , Tho rnuslo wuz a flddlonnn lively tambourint. cheap brands. We r'or luilbcr particulars apply m thlnir for the Orchard lawn and fiarden JAS. 1" 1I.VILE, KOYAL BAKING I'OWDHR CO., Kew York. emtiloy no Agents 'Jrytison prices to Misses E la and Lucile Joplin are An n viol "cum importod," by tho stago from As Executor ot John M Hail, deceasid, I will sell difference between those of a grower aid In the 36 Maufoid, Ky. dealer. Abilene. away vislting.frienda during the holidays. Tho room wui touced out corKeous with mis- at public auction on Catalcgue on application to oId reliable Singer Sewing Machine EOT? The ot II. F lllI.LKNMi.YKlt, tlotoo an hhuwls. Needles all kinds Oils and Repairs Mrs. Georgia Ooyie is visiting in Louis II, 1897, 67.1m An candlia flickered frescoes around tho alrr Monday, call at the Singer Sewing Machine Co.'s Office Lesnigton, Ky. ville. Misses Mattie Williams and May-ti- e vv Perrln, Opposite Stanford, Ky. J. walls. a County Court day, ji shares of stock In the Agent. at Weber are yiaiting their sisters io Tho wlmmin folks lookwl lovely. Tho boys Dank andltustCo. of Manfard, Ky. Sale ON IMI'KOVKIl r' A II MS looked kinder treed Co., Middleeboro. Miss Belle ScroggB leaves 'Till tho leader eommonced yellln: "Whoa, will occur at ii a. m. W A HAIL, Executor. Si id In Lincoln A. S. y Ky ,at6 per cent,, semi an follcrs! Let's ntnmpoilet" for her home in Mt. Vernon, Mo. Baal interest; no commission chsrfrd, Address Ky. Mr. Leonard Bethurum is at home from An tho music started, slchln an GKO. W. DAVY. Room 17, Kenyan lluudmc, Surgeon through tho hall, luisvillc, Ky. I or blank appllealKms and fur Louisville. Miss Margie McGlary re Ez kind uv Introduction to tho Cnwhora' Dentist, fcaSr WARNING, -- fee thcr lafurmatUn, inquire olj, ,N. Sauuders, Au Christmas bull. lemey, Slsalerd, K). turned from Loretto Wednesday. We want togive thoe who owe Uir warning The Demorest medal contest took This loader wnz a feller thet cum from Classes of Proper- that we shall give intra two weeksusas.iie to sellla Written on All ranch place Tuesday evening under the nuspi-ce- s Ther called him Wlndr DUly, up with us, and if they do not come up In that ty in the Best of Companies. from Llttlo Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley NEW time, we shall put their acidunlt in the hands of Dead Man's Branch. of tho W. 0. T. U. A large crowd Building. anoliicer. Mill jHON A (.KKf.K was in attendance. The band played His risr wuz kinder keorlesa big spurs an high heolod bootrf. The latest things In t'ad swl Winter MilWneiy M.S. IUDOKMIN. J. W, lUi'QHMar.. now In stock and the UOi.i .( Matif.rd and vic.ru-i- v several beautiful airs in front of the court Ho hed tho reputation thot comoawhen follera 3DEI, are Uvited I. call in bihJ th. Ulrit styles shoots. h)use before the conUs: opened. The His volco Miss latboe has arrived and Is ready IS wait on 4 wui lilto i buglo upon tho mounher old custmirs aad as many new ones as will exercises were opened by a short temtain's height. Ml-- S L1CCIU IIKALKY perance address given by Mr. It. G. Wil Ills feet woro animated an a mighty movln from the most attractive lines ot samples tbe btsnlcrd, Kj, rtoraiiTOHteight. found My system ol measurement guarantees a K"BKTt1yt pj Hams delivered in his happiest vein, fol- Then ho commenced to holler: "N'eow, prlfect fittn everv department. Why experiment feller, with ameteuis when you c.u be protected In ev & SALE Btnkoycr jienl lowed by the recitations of the contestLock horns tu nil thorn heifers un ruaslo 'em erypinicular by Iiitui your measurement with ! ants, each of whom spoke well, receiv met lam also Ilkoinunt jcr luvly critters! KeowswlnB nn let Agent For : Alt persons : Ky. ing great npp'ntiee. The judges Mrs. Saluto'om go I for Dlsnk Loxington Kentucky. fence they wantdesiring Locust Pests Creek,fird post and rating or wne (nice, can Georuia Rice, MesarB. W. J. Sparks and Climb tho Kraporlno round 'em all hands do- at my store near Cedar what Steam Laundry. on OSes on Lancaster Street, at Rendenee. W. P. Pemberton decided that Miss Ber-dccdot the pike leading from Crah Orchard Is Stanford w . I also krep always en hand a good supply of plank Yo mavericks Jlno tho round up Jest skip hor All Work Guaranteed. II you need livery glvo ut a call. Nothing out Martin deserved first honor and Miss John B. Cast'caan. for fencing. All kinds ot lumber for building pur- A. C. I.anhim 1' waterfall Brit class turnouts will leave our stable. See us Y poses; also boards and abinglcs. All persons da- - , JESSE D. WEAKEN. Ida May Adams second. The b Iver uun, hit win Kottln active tho Cowboys' (or rates. In our siring any article of this kind can call on in at ' Christmas ball. medal was gracefully bestowed upon the my store rear Cedar Creek. Larry Chittenden, PooMtanchman. (5. W 8IN0LKT0N. jitf June 16,0 BLACKSMITH SHOP. beautiful recipient by the chairman, Mr. W. J. Sparks, in a neat speech which Will guarantee first.claas work and satisfactory prices. Try our horse sboer. was greatly enjoyed hy the audience. Duclclln'a Arnica Salvo. r'arm No, contains 191 acres In Washington v Pabllohod Kvery TuoBpay and. Friday n -- Journal. Jm. A Ripley school girl has written the following physiological epsay that may 'Way out In western Texas, whoro thn Clcnr Forka fitir the ecientistH up: "Tho human bo waters flow: dy la divided Into three parts, the head, ie-oi- k IEIEls'x,- - t IjacaBdldatefdrSuperUieniJent Public Schools of Lincoln County, tubjfot.ta the action of the aemncrauc party, , svjs, GAMLANI SINGLETON J. F. HOI. a- M Stockholders' Meeting. SAMUEi. -- VI d a- EMMETT , Stockholders' Meeting J W. ... ! v r 1 M Stockholders' Meeting. M - lOElT.EafBRY UAKER 11 J ROYAI ITotioo ' m n 1 lam-1- COAL I TRESS FALL, WIIJUAM MENEFEE POWDER FOR 3A.I.E. - BankjStock. January Fatm-er- rUn Von-Offic- MONEY To LOAN, y, PRICE, St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, FAIR to-da- " Fire' Insurance 1 Stanford, Ky. I Swen-Bon'- s MILLINERY. w-- W. B. PEirirsr, Gentlemen's Clothing Made to Measure M.S.&J.W.Baughmarl, ce. -- Dentist, Stanford, tho UVERY, FEED STABLE, Stanford, 3STOTICE fT t f a 1 f.J Two Farms For Sab. 1 BtiRBEE CBSTLEM3S. MANAGERS, Commerce Building-- , Louisville. Agents Throughout fhe South. W. A. TKIBBLX, local agent, Stanford, J7tf Kentucky. RESIDENOEJFOR SALE. A good TResilence House In Stantord, with elore house on same lot, tor sale. The lot contains faj acre, andean bs easily divided, putting storehouse and residence on separate lots. At reasonApply to able price and en itxU N. SAUNDERS, Mantord, Ky. 13tt easy-term- tfd Sale Stable, Junction &anted-- An ct tlniplo tiilmr to natentr ""ro-oyour Ideasj they may bring you wealth. JOHN WKUDEHUUKN YrlteWashington. D. C, for ft CO., Patent Attor-"-- their ti.8uO prlso offer vest Hit of two hundred Inventions wanted. c the welcome of sad and hearts, tremulous with expectation and tortured by doubts and fears. Bit& ter tears were shei and true hearts up life's burden again ard COAL, strive to conjure out of nothing a shrine Tcar Ratlrovl Croising.gEast of Depot, for future joys. STANFORD, KY. For many the struggle was long and Corn and Hay taken wearing. Field had been "Good, Clean, Cheap tracsformid In exchange. Come and sex us. into forests and forests bad been convert ed into clearings during the awful four years of war. But the same courage that had sustained these heroes in the & mad, wild charge, cime to their rescue now. A spirit of independence and a Ky. lofty pride spurred them on and erelong Sole proprietor Dnai's Black Dianond Root the fliwers of hope began to blossom and V'aiut. Estimates furnished for palntinif Wocd, I101 ifUl andpunted Roo. Sitl.tactDQ uaranteed. there was fruit upon tho vine. Through with Dean's Black Diemrnd All rets all the years they havo toiled faithfully guaranteed for years. Dealirsin beat Pmt I'umps and Oalvamzed Irun Filters, Ualvan-ftuntil the land tbey love is so bright and ad(l!Uck froi Hoofing uf all kinds, si tt beautiful that Heaven's smile is ever there. Yet there are many of these old heroes HOUSE upon wbote brows are furrows of care 7. B. BILBT. Proprietor, and whose once martial forms are bend- - - Kentucky, ing beneath the weight of years. But few of these have become a cbargB upon 1 Kare moved to my 'nev Hotel and am bettii the land. Helpless tnauy are, and home-les- e .ieprsd than ever to accommodate the public. eotno woula be but for true hearts I.'rery attached and every convenience Give me a call. that give them food and shelter. God FRANK RILIY. blees the hearts Hnd prosper the hands that minister to the needs of these old SHELBY & SHELBY, veterans whose wanirg strength renders them to lifb'a trials and unable to bear its burdms. Iu their day and generation they bore theniselvts like City. - Kentucky. men, then ours be the pleasure as well as duly to cheer them Turnouts. 1'rompt Attention, Very frs Cats Rates. A portion of your patronage is f i'a western elopn and as they deecend ' .i 'able to lead them 18 6m, svHtuity souciteu gently as they walk the phadows of the Who can think valley of old g of some Their's The best salve in the world for cuts, bruiseis county, Ky . the greater pait of which Is in grass; ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap- well watered; witn good imprnvcm'nls, includCONFEDERATE VETERANS. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all akin eruptions. ing new metal roof tobacco bain for 10 aire crop. larm situated 111 what is prcnounccu Ibe cures The Covington Oommonwealth pays st positively to give piles, or no pay repuired. It It Tms dlstnctis In Kentucky for White Hurley 'tobest luaranteed pcrlect satisfaction or money bacco. ComfoiUlls residence house. tribute to the noble old fellows, as fo- refunded. Price 15 cents per box. For sal by W. U. McRoberts druggist. Farm No. a contains 300 acres in time locality , llows with brick drelling. Large stuck and lobscio Thirty-on- e years with their joys and barns. One ot the best Improved (arcs in .the Stands at Tho Head. county. sorrows have vanished from the calendar Au(f. J. Iloj;cl, the leading druggist of Shrive-port- , iioth farmaare in fine state of motivation, well of time since the sound of bostilecannon La., sayt "Dr. King's New Discovery is the watered ond fenced. Close to K. Ii. depot, schools, and en a fine turnpike. my cough and it is best died away on the plains of the sunny only thing that cures Campbell, merchant the Saf. marketinformation apply to seller I have." J. K. Fur of ford, Ariz, writes, ""Dr. King's New Discovery j, n. aAUfiutno,Ky. Sjuth. The boys who woro the blue, ae Is all that la claimed Stanford, 10 lor it; i never lailaandita their locks have whitened and their sure cure tor Consumption, Coughs and Colds, can say enough lor lis men is." Dr. King's limbs have grown feeble, have been Newnot Discovery lor Consumption, Coughs aud Colds is net an experiment, lthatbien tried lor 17otioe--F.ar3ner- s. kindly cared for bv a beneficent and a quarter ot a century and to day stands at the grateful country, and those who have head. It never disappoints Kreetrisl bottles at W. 1) McRobcita' drug store. been rendered homeless by adversity We will take your Corn and May at Highest Price in Exchange tor Coal. Citxeus ot Stanford have found a place of rest in the nurserEloctrlc Bitters. we wt t sell you Corn and day at Cost if you are Electric Hitters is a medicine suited for any our Coal Customers, llook your crdcrs for Coal. ies of tho nation. sesson, but perhaps more generally needed in the NOEL A-- SON, Stanford, Ky. But thosi who wore the gray turned spring, wnen me languia, exhausted leeling prevails, when is torpid from the field of surrender, wendiup the need of the liverand alterative and slugjisn a d a tonic is felt. A promp their weary way to desolated hearth- use 01 this medlcioe has olten averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will stones, and upoa the ruins of what had act moreeurelv in countei ictlng and freeing the vatcm from the malarial poison. Headache, inone been homo proceeded to rear an digestion, constipation, dlznmss yield to Etrcine DEALER IN humble she't?r for thos tbey loved bitten. Only j jc per bott.e at W. U. Mc Kobe it! drug store. faint-iawas D. S. CARPENTER, Fanners Bank&Trnst Of STANFORD, Is sow fully Co 'orsnid KY., and ready for business wit' Paid np Capital of Surplus, . $200,000 i0,0C0 OK It I'STON VILLE, Will sell at cost two Ilurgies, one r shell very fine Surrey, The lluggirt are first class jobs in every rcstect. If you want a baigaln call at once and see the bills and get you a vehicle that will give you latisfaction aure. House with sis rooms to rent at reasonable price. Situated on Main street. Respectfully, D. S. CARI'KNTEIt. ld SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONA! UANK OK STANIOKD, Now closing up) with the same asttt and uod IBS tame management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors arc a. fully protected at ais depositors in Nation. Banks, its shareholders being held individual.; Uaole to the eatcot ol the amount of their ttocl therein at the par value th.itol, in addition to th amount invested in such shaies. It may acta. executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully ' so individual. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to cu while mnaglng the Lincoln National Dank I Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks ant trust tbey will continue to transact their bustntsl with us, offering at a guarantee for prompt attet tfon to same, our twenty years' eip.rit.uce Is banking ami as liberal accommodation, as are coa listen! with sound banking. I Cooke's "X Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, J. K. TanArsdale, X7QEL BON, vow-odtota- ko DEALERS IN Holiday Cretcvnt Koute J faro round trip from all Qieen & t TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, pointseelling December 0 25th, GLASSWARE, &c. and December 30th to Jnnnary 1st, All tir.ketB good till January 4th to return. On sale to points within 300 miles radius. Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. Aog agents for particulars. Another toll gate wbb burned in Be Sure to Give Hiin a Call. Washington connty. KntesQ-ieeticS1 Ores-cen2'-'ntl GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Williams, ML Vernon; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; J. S.lOwsley, Stanford; S.J. Einbry, Stantord; J. B. Owsley, Stanlord; J. T Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stautord; A. W. Carpenter, Mlllcdgevi!, W. H. Cummins, I'rsacherivlllt S. H Slanks, President Or. J. B. Owsley, Cashier, W M Hrlght. TtlWr. J J. DIHICTORS: Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and &- Makes You Well. Indgestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it $r Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by A J. T. JOITJSS, Stanford, Tin Sheet Iron Works. UNDERTAKING -- FIRST NATIONAL BANH OK STANFORD. KY. BY- Cis-tl- ra oi JT. C. H'CLART o'jKo Capital Stock- Surplus ffilOO.OOC 23.70C THE RILEY Practical Trimmer. Embalmer AndFuneral Director Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e iondon, Doors, Sash and Blinds, are secured not only by the caplts liability lot ai stock, but by the stockholders amount equal to the stock, so that depositor o this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,0 Five tworn ttatementt of thecondaion of the bat are mads each yearto the United States govsrt. mtnt and its assets are examined at stated tiiur by government agents, thus socunug aJJitilou. and nerfect safety to depositors'. This institution, originally established as U Deposit Hank of Stanlord in i8j3, then ucd as the National Hank oi Stanford in iMj tu at the Hirst National Hank again Stantord in iSSs, has had practically an timntti ruptcd existenceof is years It Is better supplis now with facilities for transacting business rremp ly and liberally than ever before io its long ai Honorable career. Accounta of corporations, tu cianes, firms and Individual! respectfully snl. Directory of this Bank it composed ol Forcstu Ileid, Lincoln county; S.T. Harris, Lincoln; J. H. Cnlliei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. 11. Baughman, Lincoln; J. S. Hockcr, Stanford ; W. A.Trlbblv, Staulord, M. D, Ktmoiu, Stanford; T. P. Hill. Stanford; K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J Miller, Mt. Vernon, K J. t). Hocker, President; so, , McRobeitt, Cashier; A. A.M:Klaaey, Atst. Ctlhlir. Attention of the public it invited to the fai that this it the only National Bank in Stanfor. Under the provisions of the National Bank W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. ' Penny's Drug Store, & Hocker, Craig " W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. F. B. Twidwell, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Morcland. Yours for Health, Jamks T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. Portland. Sau Francisco ..To the., ft'lMOTIHlWlfSST 'Ihc li fr Sbr.fl ' , . I. HUi ' ted. Tht igrjoinyi iu.yiA.iBaiij. i chicacor, Only,Dining Car Route From l.rrir ?rops. Livery, Feed and um-qua- l I Idea ' LUMBER! A. t A Negro who utttjwptuij to assault a girl was lynched at Woodstock, Ala. C.SINE, -- Shingles, Metal Roofing, Etc. - - Stanford, 'i ' 1 Ky. Denver. Elegant Pullman Veslibuled Sleepers of Modern I'allcrn. for mtpt or any information, address FRANK I. REID, G. P. Agent, Chicago. Louisville He sure to call for Mourn Ko.ite. TO CHICAGO. H WaT St Pftnlr I 'Fr uja- ? tr,: -- ,' ia I . ' - H