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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897010101 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 1897 $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. iSiw. r3 J Jt 9 Semi w EEKLY VOL. XXV. LANCASTER, OA11RAIW COUNTY. -- Nortlcottfc Oo. hltird Saturday to Now York 2, 100 dossn euus, SOO Reene nud 2,000 chickens. STANFORD, KY. ,FRIDAY. JANUARY 1.1897. HUSTONVlLLE. is taking a course iu Interior Journal!'"! NO. 86 MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Freddio Hale, just 15, and Sallie Oats, 13, ran away from school at Fair-vieInd., and were married. Bruce Fagaly and Miss Grace Fagaly, both of tho Kingsvillo section, were married at the bride's home Saturday. Mr. Glenn Eddy, manager of tbe Danville telophone exchange, married Miss Ellis Gray, also of Danville, at .'j b V TurkovB have Kone up in price, now bruizing): ou foot. Several parties filled their houses MIbbMhUIo Walkorand Allen Ymwp-wil-l with Ice Inst Monday. Tlie Ice wbb about uutortnin t nluht (Thursday) Rt tho 2 inches thick Hud very clear and of good quality. homo o( Ju'lgo W. E. Walker. Christmas passed of! quietly, with no In Mercer havJ. L. Green, a lurmer ing no children, bus adopted tlio Infant disorder to mako note of. Exploding that wan found at S. L. Ashley's Thurs- llreworitBof any sort was forbidden In the limits of the town. day. Mies Mary Thomson gave a candy T. J. 11. Turner ami J. C. Hemphill ou Lpxitntton piil'lrnt to tho children of the public have traded residences Avenue, the latter paying fJ.500 dlller-anc- e. school ChriBtins Eve, which was heartily erjnynd by all present. Miisen Catherine and Lucy Alcorn Tell "Happy Jack" not to let any one know that he Is nt Falkland Islands urn at hoiiiti for a holiday visit. John and he mav be nblo to remain through Hopper and eiHter, Mips Margaret, of Perryviile, visited relatives hero. the coming adralnifltrntlon. Theiww windows' hav been placed D. K. Beat will opn a hotel in the comer ol the in the Chrlotiau church aid improve the bnildlngB In the north-eitpublic tquare. Wo will then Imve threo nppearauceof tho building greatly and temporary homea for the traveling pub- furnish abetter and softer light for tho Coro-nunder 7 K r T United in Hie and in death they were not divided. Mr. and Mrs. Tandy Foster, of Todd county, died within a few minutes of each other. Beginning to day, Jan. 1, I will from now on sell exclusively for Cash. interior. At Mrs. Eleanor B. Linter's mar lic. We understand that lUr. Tom ColeM. F. Klkln, Deputy Supreme 'WHITLEY CO. riage to her tlth husband nt Providence, WlLLIAMSBVlia, K. I., Tuesday, four of the woman's of tho K. O. T. M.. wns heroin man has been employed by tho Circuit court will begin here Monacted as uehera and each gave tbe Interest ol that noble order Wednes- chinch here to supply them one Sunday In ech month. Wo congratulato the day week with a rather large docket. To those who have helped me during the years of my credit system the bride a handsome present. day. W. K. ShUKarH and wife, of d Mr. aud Mrs. Walker Mason aged 40, and Miss Vic- and I shall be delighted if they will continue to favor me with their Mpse s Klz-rrelatives hero Monday. church ou getting such a btrong, practivitlted a few of their young friends Fri- tory Ivizr, 15, doublo first cousins, rode Christmas is over and innny a heart cal preacher its ptstor. CASH TRADE. Hoping the change will be to the benefit of those day evening. m party Tueoday inAt night given at horsobsck GO miles to Portsmouth, O , to and head is aching after the unusual Christmas passed oh very quietly marry, but tho probate judge wouldn't who trade with me as well as myself, I am dulgence In nil the dissipations of the the homo of Mr. Gil Cowan to tho Mieees Very Respectfully, are now in ord r. Menefee, of Stanford, guests ol the and wo hnvo not heard of a uinglo difli- - grant them tho necessary permit. age. Good resolutions W. B. Emuial, of Middleshoro, fa all Join in aud see who holds out MiHica Cowan, here were about 59 culty iu the county. Let tifl Mr. Strong, of Laurel, and Mies Ma- having a hard time with his daughters. couples present and n great time is faithful to the eud. of this place, wero married Oae tried to elope recently when ry hy 'hoto in atteuduueu. A hop was given by our voiidk mn the old Jnooli Carter, c dored, an old citizen at the brlde'd home Ctiristm is day in the man came near shooting Congressman at" MasoBic Hall. It wea Tueodiy night Colson. Another got ofl the other night one of the most orderly and enjoyable and Baptist preucber.dled last week aud presence of only a few friends. Miss Gertrude Lester is in Louis with Bruce ,Iouns and waa married. esaaon. Au elcgui' htipper was baited in Danville). Ho was highly nllairs of tho gueatof Miss Lanu Irvine. Judge Immediately after going through the wan Hfrved at tlu LintMBter llo'el by esteemed both by bia own color and by vilie, a D. L. Motfrtt, recently Of Chicago, baa de- cpretnotiy of hii marriage to MIbs Vevie the white people of ttie community. Mis. S.I). Hotuneil. -' The Mrfsonaolected tho following of- cided to IjciH here to prauticj lib Forsythe, at Uarrodsburg, Mr. Conrad A ruestlng will bo called bore next sjrmpathlxing ficers for the ensuing year: F. B. Twid-wel- l, of Washington City, who was Syme, reso.ntions week to During the year just closed we have tried hard to serve you well Mr. I. L Gentry ia in Cinc'nnati sick at the time, was put to bed and ever W. M.; E. B. Konuedy, 8. W ; Joo with with Cuba. Wm had better do and we believe we have succeeded, "Good Goods at Low Prices," d J. Lvele, J. W.; G. M. Givens, 8. D ; . purch&Mug goods. Mr. Forrest Uobirtp, sines has been at the point of death with something for Imlnnd, if we are ; our motto and "Fair Dealing to All," our watchword. For your Prow it!, J. D ; L, B Adam?, Secy ; who hai been working in the TitneB typhoid fever nnd is still very low. to interfere in matters concernin 1896 we are very thankful and promise you to do aU in i like here f.ir Home time, left for his Jas. Frye, Treas.; J, P. Goode, Tyler. Mr. John Smith nnd Miss Lou Elli- patronage ing which we have no interest. tlio congregation of the home in Induua Wednenday night. ot were married at Rv. A. V. Sizemore'a power to merit a continuance of it Huring the year just begun. Our Mr. Oharlei Baker, ae (I0, dropped Mrs. Anna B Perkins died nt the yesterday afternoon by that gentleman, de l at his home near ltuckuvc Ho Prerbyterian church, and out of it, stock of Hmv. W. W. Bruce and wife on ho.ne of her son, W D. Perkins, Sunday Toe groom is a prosperous and clever win a farmer and win held in high repute. Troubles never no mo singly. This Christmas Eve by bringing and eeuditiK iiightalter au iilnees of about two yenre, ( irmor 0, tno May wood section, while tl e "0 years. She was a memb'T of bride is a mnet excellent lady, wbo bf 8 makes the third sadden death in tnis to thepiraou44! a Konerous and much SHOES, &c. , was never more complete uv.d our prices arc in corresuppreciatiil I'onatiou of the uood thir.gN tno ti.pltst church and her funeral unny friends bore. After the ceremony vicinity in tho last two weeks wore held at Briar Creek church they drove to his home, whero they w ill pondence with the hard times. Lancaster is on a Doom. .MBcier or no in mo way ol Hour, moat, canned rueiidav, alt'jr which her body was laid reside. J. W. Miller aolil OJ lute vjooiIh, Jcc. Commissioner blls-Owblev. The Chriattn8 tree at the Presbyter-Ix- to rest in the cemetery there. Married, at "WaMonday, comprlsiuc in all TSncris, tomb s dinner at the St. Asaph Hotel when you come 6TGet a Mr. D. C. Small died at Ids borne lnut Flat church at 7 o'clock last evening realize) church was very enjoyable, especial o ist of town. The total amount o town. Special dinners on courts and public days. same beautiful ly to the younger portion of the au- near town Dc. 23 after a lingering by R v.Joe Caldwell, Mr. J. S. WellR was $5,060 Tneru are of consumption. He was a native and Miss Margaret Owsley. Mrs. A. G. bulldlUK aites and thu purchase are ex- dience. Considering the limited time pected to erect some hands Jiuo residen- uiveu to prepuation for the event, this ot Scotland but ctme to this county Hullman played a wedding march on was a moHt eucces?ful a Hair. It was tho when a young mau and worked bard all tbe organ, accompanied by Mr. B. II. ces. IIII! G. M. Patterson aud Ward Uroe. aie only public entertainment of any sort hlfllifentbia trade, stone cutting. Ho Dauka with the violin. Messrs. P. M. was burled in the cemoterv Friday, lie McRoberts, A. S. Price, J.S. and Tuom-a- s plant at during the holidays. preparing to erect an electric The OhrlstniBB enteitalnment by tho leaves a wife and five children. Miller 0B'ey were tho ushers. The the mriuK mills Thoy have contract-u- d church, which wbb prettily decorated, furnish enouuh liithts to the iuuah-ituu- ts junior endeavor society, which waa anto HUBBLE. was filled with people to witness tbe cer to make It a succets if a frnchit nounced in tins column last week had to Mrs. O. R. Harris Bold eome tdioats euony. Afterwards the wedding party and proper support is Kranted by the bo given up on account of the measles was entertained at lunch at Hon. J. S, city couucll next Monday night. Let and other forms of sickness prevailing to D. N. Prewitt for 2Jc. ! There will bo a business meeting at Owsley, Sr.'s, the bride's father. Eight among the children. Miss Margaret the good work go ou. The Masonic loduo hare elected the Bennett, however, promise! an enter- tbe Christian church here Sunday even- years ago Mr. Wells came here from I ing at 2 o'clock and all are requested to Florida and by his gentlemanly manners following eitlcura: E M. Walker, W. tainment bv the little folks further on. J be present. and honorable bearing soon installed M ; Capt. Louis Lindrnm, 8. W.; Dr. P. Humphrey has come into Mrs. W. P. Bourne is sick of pneu- hltmelf in public favor bb an upright, Mori Ilotnwell, J. W ; Elder Win. of an old and valuable violin. It tSfAll Farm Products taken in exchange. monia fever. T. O. Rinkiu, R. L. Hub- careful and competent business man. D.; Wm. Bradshaw, J. D; M. (s a genuine Ftradinariua aud has a won. Tyler; G. 8. Greenleaf mid derfully sweet and mellow tone, snch ob ble, J. C. Eubauks and Tom Walker left Hi has steadily grown in the good graces ifi E. Prowllt, R. 8. Turner, Steward; Dave Koas, Treas- enn be imitated by no modern instru- Tuesday morning for the South, with five of our people till no one stands higher urer; H. Klnnalrd.SecreiKry. ment. Inside of tho violin is the follow-- i car loads of mules. Dr. W. B. O'Pan-1- 1 in their good opinion than he. Maybe m on was called Wednesday morning to nnd his fair bride never feel a Borrow nor til W. JL Bush, of St. Louis, is with ig inscilption: "Antoulua Stradlnar Uth&'jnd mother for n few days. ius, Dromon, Faclubat Anno lGUO " The see Col. Rice, who baa been ill for a few ever have a ctre. They will live in town hi Uuehea will attend the doctor holds It at f 1.000, which ho can daye. and sensibly will uke no bridal tour. Joo Snow, of Creelaboro, Ky., is visCpnierwrWfry of Music the coming term. doubtless eanlly obtain. DEATH DOINGS. Onriet- Mbs EttOAxio Mow Sunday morning Dr. Hobt. Graham, iting friends hero. Tho holidays have uas nlghtrJn honor of Muses Sue Fisher of Lexinuton, preached to a Urge and paseed oil remarkable quiet, 60 much so John Durr, candidate for assessor in WILLIAM SHELTOW, Mercer, dropped dead. and Nannjo Elstner, of !lHrrodbbuj. pii relative audience at the Christian thtttouo would hardly be reminded-tha- t Thorough course in Latin, Greek, French, Enplish Students iij. Teachers 7. All specialists. gave a party to a few chuu'ri. At thin nervlce Elder I'inker- - the time has pnased. George Engleman at ShelN. W. Duck, MlwEueenU Bush Mathematics Natural and Moral Sciciiciw. Music, Art and K.ocutlcn. Situated In the famous ll!ue Miss Fannie lon him wr. 11. lirown, who had made hisfrieuda happy iu this commu- by City, is dead, egi-- 03 He leaves a Grass section ot Kentucky; distinsunhed fir healthlu'rtes of climate, beauty of scenery, refinement MonJay night. fiends of docivty. Kail StwsIoD opnns Soptotnbor 7. nforo deciains; where you will seu I your daughters Collier, daughter of Gen. U. U. Uotlter, hreii olected, were ordained eiders nity by being with them during tbe widow but no children. next yiar, be sure to write for Our Now Catalogue. Address, Mrs Elizabeth Caldwell, widow of MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLBY. Lady Punctual, Stsnford. Ky. entertained the same nilit. atf over this congregation. At the saint-tim- Xiiiaa. Bro. Broener closed bis work Jake Newland, Jr., son of I?ev. Jake Jus Kineaud ii. V. Morso wero or- for t'da year hero Sunday and Sunday the late William Andrew Caldwell, died Huddenlyof heftrt disease at Danville, Kewland, shot hluiBelf through tho heart dained ua deacons. Attur tiervlces Kev. night. Luther Underwood went to his barn Ind. Friday Hnd died Instantly, at the homo B J. PiaKertou ontertalned Dr. Graham The Georgetown Times eays that of Ieaiah Cornier, near Lowell. Ho was au I rn olllcjfti of tt.c church at din- a few moruiugs ago and while he had his Miring 1890,21 perions died in Scott head iu lua cr;b getting corn to feed, 30 years old aud a moral, business inuti ner county whose combined ages aggregated Lubt year tho hemp growers ol this Home one walked out by him and putting It is thought tliht disappointment in 13Y; tho tmU ac. st'clioh paid $1 per hundred for breuking hiah-ndo- u told him no one would 1,718 years, au average of SI. The oldest ului, love led him to commit was 100 and tho youngest 75. Coroner Greonleaf, accompanied by J. hemp, but this year the price of hemp hurt him. No one kuowa how high Mr. Mrs. Rebecca Fish, wife of J. H. M. Farra, drove to tho scene aud an inwas so much lower they could ouly offer Underwood jumped, but some of the Fish, died at the home of her niece, Mrs. m quest was held, developing tho facts of 75 cents. Tho hemp breakersntruck aud neighbors heard him tell his folks to J. C. Riuehart, at Los Angeles, Cal., while the killing. refused to work at this price. Mr. Cone, open the door at his house. It wbb yet was in this county, looking Monday tho will of tho late M. W near town, nas succeeded in getting a few dark and it is supposed that eomo one got her husband to purchase. Sbo was a daughwho died suddenly with $110,-00- to work for him, but at Morelaud, Joe iu tbe barn that night, aud overxlept for a farm Johnston, ter of the late T. O. Huinber, of tbe Enat Insurance and whoso remains were Coffey Ib having considerable trouble, as himself. Eod. The remains arrived Wednesday. exhumed, was probatod. By its tenne the NegroeB who refused to work followAndFuneral Director Lizzie, tbe daughter of CHURCH CHIMES. J. P. Banard, of LouiBville, whs made ed the usual proceedure of strikers and Mr. and Mra. W. R. Cook, ol Highland, a nice line ol Harness, Saddlrs. Bridles,' Buggy Robes, oxecutor and guardian for the five chil- tried to keep any who might fcjel so There will be communion services at died Wednesday afternoon after a lin- Also carry Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. declined to perve and J. M. dren, but he from working, threatening to fill the Presbyterian church Sunday mornCourt-Housgering illness of mei9lep, pnebmoniu, and Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Hlgginbotham was appointed to serve in any one ho broke hemp for 75c full of ing. typhoid fever. She waa a bright little place. Alter tho payment of just good many have been his anil thin a Rev. L. M. Lasley is here for a few girl and was almost worshipped by her debta and some other bequests, the intimidated. days. He has been, holding very suc- parents. The remains were laid to rest ho put on f shares of the daughters are to The following was banded ua by one cessful meetings in the South, at tho MothodiBt church at Highland 'afsupport until thoy ar- of the participants: The evening of the interest for their The new Baptist church at Owens ter appropriate services by Rev. Catron. rive at the ago of 21 years, at which time 2Sth whs a very enjoyable one for the boro, which cost $10,500, was dedicated Prof. Jason W- Ohenault, the wed thoy are to receive tho principal The younger eet of Ilnatonvllle society. Miea Sunday by Dr. T. T. Eaton, of Louisville. known educator, died rather suddenly at "lame is true of the shares of the two Grace VunArdale entertained in honor J3 Eld. J. T. Sharrard will preach Sunhis home in Louisville, Tuesday K aged eons, except that thoy do not receivo the of her guest, Miba Wliliamsou, at her day morning at tho Christian church on thoy become 25 years ol boautiful homo on Stanford Avenue. The "Thoughts for the New Year." Eld. Job. 5S The Times says that for some time principal until ho had been troubled with au affection flge' dinner was served In eight courses and Severance will preach nt night. . of the heart, brought on by an inordireaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed Rev. James T. HalBell, of Danville, It is now clnimod that tho deaths ol was oin that Delmonico might have ennate appetite for tobacco. He chewed through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harrinian, Chatta-noocMay L. Collins and Samuel P. Putnam, vied. The colors for tho dining room has been called to tho pastorate 0! the tho strongest cigars nnd it was a habit of Attallrf, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, church at free thinkers, in Boston, December 12, wore gPHMi and pink end wero must ar- Cumberland Presbyterian ilia to a wallow tho tobacco. An Eastern and " "w "" v.t.-an- d Jacksonville, iiirougu oieepinu were not tho result of accident, bufthal tistically blondediwitb mistletoe and ami Fredouia niii Bethlehem, in Warren specialist waa consulted, but his treatAsheville; and from Chattauoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroe : It altogether presented a fairy scene. county. Putnam, being hopeleselv in lovo wl'b ment did him no good. He waa a broth- and Sbreveport ThrougU Tourist sleepers 10 uoa ngeic uuu Rav. J. B. JOakleyJ (Cumberland MissOollinB, drugged her ini tben com Tho.ie present were: Mias Williamson, er of E. R. Ohenault, late of this place, San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, J$$fe Nub'.v.P , Tuun., lthtiiintt A.eoru, Hel PrcboytMrian) will preach at Walnut a giaduato of Centre College and of Harmitted suicide. via New Orleans or via Shreveport. right along evei en Taylor, Franos Adama, Minnie Flat next Monday night at 0:30 o'clock' vard and wuh u man of great literary Banks are breaklnu at Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati r-The Commer- "Woods, Georgto Nowburn, Alyco Drye, and continue een ices during the week. taihments. His wife, who was Mlas Elif McKinley la elected. Prpe Parlor f J&'fi'&tJxR ,A,1ntmn . r rnrrntia j.t. CVCI'' UtlUUIUlUUUHUH A v, W1U1 cial Bank at Roanoke, Va and tho Co Koae YoAell; Meia H K Carpentt r, All am invited to attend. len Thompson, and three children, only Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa- for preacho At his trial at Lexington lumbia National at Minneapolip, ttru Sidney, Jerry and Charley Adams, one, Miss Linolle being'slngle, survive tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington ana Powell, George Dinwiddle, O S. ing boUn983 and Banctificatiou and for Tuesday's additions to tho long Hat. bim. Chattanooga. preaching inn district against the wishes Four mon were drowned near City Williams and Sam F. Lnak, n A watch service was held at McKen-dre' W. O. BInearaon, Chas."W.Zell,. Mrs. Belle JohnBon is visiting Mrs. of tbe prealdiog elder,5Rev. H. 0. Point, Va., while rowing over Jamec Q. P. A.. Cincinnati, 0. 9tv. Pastr Agt., CindunotJ. 0. church laet night.' had his licensd to preach recinded. OharleH Vheeler. Ofven Williams, who wedding. liver on their way to a denthtry at Cincinnati Dental College, came homo for tho holidays, Howard Hopper and his Bister, Misa Fannie,- - of Perryviile, spent Christmas dy with relntives hero. Powell Phillips and wife, of Louisville, are visiting at O. O. VanArsdale's. O. T. Griggs, who formerly lived here, is reported dangerously eick with inflammation of the bowels at his home in Burlington, 1'iwa. E. O. Hopper and daugh ter, Mollie, of Covington, are visiting relatives hero. Miss Annie Cook Huffman, of Lexington, is visiting Mies Dolly WlUiiuin. Mr. Jori Barker, of Jellico, has joined bin wife at Mrs. U. B. Mcfr'in- ney'e. Miss Minnie Woods is visiting her mother, Mra. A. Woods. Mra. Jano Hntsell, mothor ol Mrs. John Allen, was stricken with paralynls about a weekago, but is now thought to ba improving slowly. Mis. 11. It. Camnltz has been very sick for the past week, but is now improving. , Doors, Sash and Blinds, ' ' Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles, Etc. For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material at closer prices than ever. Mason M. Millar, aged 24, nnd Mies Studing and Joist run through the planer and sized. Boxing dressed Zulot Berry, jiiBt 14, wero marriod yes one side all seasoned stock. terday at W. G. Miller's, on the Rush Hnr-rodsbur- g. Branch pike. Hnberi and Mary Snook were married at Bardwell, after having been di vorced nine years. Their children acted as A. C.SINE, - - Stanford, Ky. attendants. CAS H ! AM GRATEFUL H. J. McROBBRTS. y, outtr-taiue- , A pro-le'eio- n. WORD TO YOU! pi lult-mlne- O-L- Frit-ndsi- sur-p"s- cd nd Groceries, Hardware, Chinaware, Dry Goods, ser-vic- ei n -W- FARRIS &-HARDI- first-clas- -a Jilgss1?! yJtfe J. H. BAUCHMAN 5 11 pos-cessio- n WhI-den.- B. $ Buy your Coal now before it I goes up, for the Winter. 1 CO. I I "0 1 n Mlsfl. ent-Jrtaine- THE STANFORD FSMAI.22 CO&KKCE. President., , prev-iuuti- ly e m np STT ABO MO -- m t ?u J Practical Trimmer, Smb&lmer e die-poie- d J-- J the: J - Queen &Crescen ROUTE aia "-"- " . i a, 1 j ir ' v J! w. X. Ol Bur-dott- 1 y35i e? s J& Mor-rieo- p J :, .'-- 4 TSl-unf- f 4 i&FpZypmi 4jpir'- - ir Semi-Week- ly Interior Jousne Jan. i, 1S97 Stanford. Ky., 1897. If n mBn is born to be hung everything is greased, even tho rope, for tho performance, but if on ,tho other hand he wasn't, he wont. As proof of this patent proposition, take tho case of Isaac Smith, who was pardoned Christmas day by tbo governor of Ohio. In 18S9 ho was sentenced to be hanged for tbo murder of hta cousin, of which he, stoutly maintained his innocence. On tho day he was to die he was reprieved and for nine timts the day was set for his banging and er.ch time a reprieve iuterferred. Ouce ho was led onto tho scaffold and trie preparations begun, with the hope that he would confiB3, but ho ditln t and then bis sentence was commuted to life y he is a free man, imprisonment. but tho tortures endured on those nine separate occasions as he faced an igno minous death can never be effaced from memory. To-da- W. P. WALTON. nnd Many men resolve nnd haven't the diotheBamo, becarme they otamina or tho couraeo to keep a Rood reeolutlon, nnd one unkept ia worse than It it never had been made at all, for each failure makes successive effort tho harder and less sure of fulfillment.. Now Year's day is tho one of all the year that seems to have been sot apart for making Rood resolutions nlnce tho memory of man runneth not to the contrary, and millions of people will try to make believe that they really intend to live better lives by forsaking some sin that does bo easily beset thm. We hope, however, for their good and for other people's Rood that all will make nnd keep the resolution to ro to work, live within tEeir means and meet every obliRfltion promptly. Confidence will then return of in Bpite of, instead of by tho election will Kladden McKinley and prosperity a the land. "Owe no roan anything" is of Scripturo, but it .'a direct command disregarded with more impunity than any in the Sacred Book, even by those who call themselves Christians, but who may deceive themselves possibly and no others thereby. Let not the sin of unredeemed pledges and neglected debts be laid to your door this year and our word refor it you will feel belter, be more as much raonev spected and have just and better credit at its end. to-da- y them-Belve- B Thb Times claims to have a hot tip that Hon. John W. Yerkes is dead sure of the U. S. Senatorahip. The opposition is combining against Hnnter and McKinley is said to have stated that the tbo reign of mob law was reached, when a low assassins took the Negro Holtfrom the cowardly jailer at OwenBboro and hnng him, making a savon men lynched in the State within killing of Holt, who murderweek. The ed a policeman, wos absolutely without excuse since the Negro was on trial and with every prospect of receiving the dea'.b penalty. Though there were well founded rumors that a mdb wpb forming no effort to protect the prisoner WfS made and when the blood thirsty gang arrived tne JJBiler let them ia without protest. It is the fonlest blot yet put upon the State nnd all who were concerned in it should be hunted down and put to death with about hb little ceremony as tboy used in taking the life of that defenseless man. The climax of V N. locil near Birmingham occurred Montrain day, between Blocton and Gurnee. Robbers bad removed a rail from the bridge over the Oababa river and the train was dashed to destruction 110 feet below. It will never bo known how many were killed and burned in the fire that followed, but 27 charred bodies have been removed. No one escaped injury and only three were able to extricate themselves from the wreck. Descriptions of tho terrible Bcenes publisher in the dailies make one's blood run cold with horror, and even the most bitter opponent ol mobs would raise no objection to the work of one that would capture the fiends whocauspd this disaster and visit the mosttorturoiiH deoth upon them. A nonaiBLK wreck of an L. &. support within and without his .party Gov. Bradley is an ill used and hard worked official, whose health is affected, we nro willing to admit, but that ho will resign tho office he. chased for yoars we will not believo until ho and a close doeB eo, the Courier-Journa- l goverpor notwithstanding. friend of the Abused and vidifled, even when ho is trying to do his beat, and denied the That ear-ious- ly when he conscientiously performs his duty, his job ia a thankless one, but he will not give it up. At least we do not believe he is built that way. He is mode of Bterner stuff. Tub ways and moans committee began its hearings on tho new tariff bill, and at ) the very beginning of ita work proved its disposition to give the manufacturer whatever he may ask, aayB the Courie' - Journal, which did all in ita power to put protectionists in office, after ecreech-Jd- r for yoars for a tarifl for revenue only, When while really favoring free trado. McKinley and bis Congress shall foiBt a high protective tariff on the countryi that unreliable sheet and Ita deluded m vch what eouanimltv thev can command, behold their miserable work. Tub republicans made a bluff of contesting tho election of W. B. Smith as democratic elector by serving notice on him, but it was only a grand stand play and other to gat the Courier-Journpapers to publish tbo lying charges Buch of fraud and for the purpose of helping Hnntnr in hie contest for Rhea's Beat. It ' will not be pushed and could not bo even if there was intention to do bo. iuo nWtnrH moot Jan. 11th, when they will for l, cast 12 votes for McKinley and one Bryan and that willba tho end of it nnd o al them. -- - with his other literary accomplishments Mr. L. D. Sampson, of Not satisfied late tho Ofnclnnati Barbourville, Ky., baa taken to eiory of writing and in last Saturday's issue of hia paper prints a very creditable one under the title of "How the Davll Got His Does." Tho ateady rise of this young man la Bfs profesai'on ia very gratifying to hlB frlenda nnd Bhowa a native talent which will sooner or later land him in proximity to the top. Commercial-Tribun- e, latter is not the right man to send to the Senate after his silver pledges and other performances. Mr. Yerkes said emphat ically to the writer that he would have Mrs.Earle.otRexvllle, Ind., wrap-peno office that would take him from his her baby up closely to protect it Danville home and while bo looked perfrom cpld while out driving. When she fectly honest in the assertion, the exalted office of U. S. Senator would tempt a arrived at her destination she found that man even more wedded than he to tho it had smothered to death. John Rippey, a farm hand near Salittle heaven on earth. lem, Ind., was shot and instantly killed On account of a failure ot tils eyesight. by Policeman John Sexton and John Col. Ion B. Nail, for 21 years editor of Brown, a turnkey at tho jail, miataking tho Farmers Home Journal, has Bold his him for on escaped prisoner. interest in the paper to bis partuers, M. The Spanish premier says Spain W.NeaUndJ. W. Vreeland, who will would not accept the intervention of tho conduct it iu the future. Col. Nail is one United States in Cub, nbr introduce of the most popular men in the profesin that island until the rebellion is sub- confined to the eastern province s sion and hU retirement will bo the ject of general regret. SOMEWHAT LOCAL. Kentucky farmers have no reason to Frank Napier, a Bell county mill complain of Louisvillo as a market for owner, fell across a circular bsw ana wbb their products. Wheat sold in this city cut in two. yesterday at 04 cents. Times. But KenDuke Smith, a son of the late Gen. tucky farmers have no wheat. They sold Green Clay Smith, died in Washington their crops long since at 45 to 55c. City laBt week. Tom Smith, a llagman, went to sleep Tub Louisville Commercial is demonnear Grays, and was strating by publishing letters from them on a railroad track over and killed by a train. with facsimila signatures, that tho re- run Georgo Turner, a Madison Negro, publican legislators are the poorest got drunk iu Ulcnmonu auu mmi scribes whq ever took a pen in baud. home, but fell by the waysiuo ami iroze to death. . . POLITICAL POINTS. Twelve militiamen are on trial at Republicans of Tenntesee decided to Barbourville for gftting drunk and contest the election of Bob Taylor as shooting their rifles promiscuously governor. Ohriatmas day. Senator Thurston says enough silver ti.nn. Aloman. of Junction City, Senators will vote for a republican tariff claims to have a deed to four acres in tho bill to carry it. heart of Frankfort, on which the State Orango growers of California will nainl oml nrt of tho penitentiary make an effort to Lara a duty plated on stands and J. W. Rawlings is investigat foreign oranges. ing it. , , . Tho vnrn of Grant Jiicnaroaon, in It is said that the Beats of seven republicans will be contested when the ex- Casey was burned by the turning over xwo ubu tra session of the legiHlaturo meets. and explosion ol a lantern. Long denounces as a horsea together with the hay and grain State Tretauror malicious falsehood a report that he has and one f ow. were conaumed. Loss about been engaged in buyiug State 'warrants. 2,000 No insurance. Senator-elec- t Money, of Mississippi, Sarah Duncan, 18, was muueeapy a who is a member of the House foreign book agent named Frank Marford, to nfftihs committee, is going to Culm to leave her home at Pinevillo with hs look Into the situation for himself. much of her father's monoy s she conld Joseph Mackey, a colored republi- oat Rim Htoln J2SI and Ho took her to can, will bo an applicant for appoint- Cincinnati under a promiso of marriage. He ruined bor and sklppau wun wiu muuey. ment as postmaster at Richmond. thinks handling letters will better euit IA RM AND TRADE ITEMS. bis tatto tban scraping ciins. It is estimated that tho extension of Winchester Monday 350 cattle At civil rervice rules leaves at the presi- sold at 2J to 4c. dent's disposal only 1,700 places in the Boone Bros bought ot Alex lrnyior departments and only 53 consulates. lot of butcher etufi at 2 to 3c. There are already at least 10,000 for these JoBh Wilson sold 12 yearling cattle placcB. T.onnnHtnr Monday at f 17.50. at Those who hot that McKinley would Ahnnt700 trotteraand pacers made carry more States than Bryan, lost their new records of 2:20 or better in 1890. beta, according to ablate decision by a Thn .TesRamlne Journal says thBt high sporting authority. Bryan carried Thomas Metcalf sold 15 cattlo, 1,200 lbs. 22 States, McKinley 21 and Kentucky at 3i. and California were divided. There were 2.000 rattle on tbe Mt. The postmaster general has, after Sterling market and nearly all Bold at 1J conferring with Senator Lindsay, select- to 4c. ed Allensville, in Todd county, aa the Robinson, of Garrard, bought in the place where the experiment of deliver- East End a bunch of fat heifora and ing mail to the farmers Bball be tried in steers at 3 to 3jc. this State. If this provea successful, the Bev Willis and Pearl Harris, jockSenator will see that the country districto eys, each loat a hand by the explosion of of Kentucky are fully supplied with letcannon crackers at Paris. ter carries. J. M. Roberta, ol Pnlaaki, sold at Lancaster Monday 11 flteera averaging MORE NEWS NOTES. 700 pounda at 31c and five cows at 2jc. Lion triplets were born at the Zoo in Harris 5c Fox bought of W. I. d cattle bunch of Boston. weighing 950 poundB at Peter Maher knockod out Steve at 3jc and some at Coney Island in 27 seconds. 3c. Gov. Bradley refuBed to pardon the It Ib estimated that the turkey crop 100 convicts who enlisted to go to Cuba. this year was worth $23,000 to the far CampbellBville will mers.ol Bourbon copnty, although tbe The be raised to the presidential class Jan- crop wbb a short one. uary 1. Bard Palmer, Ol Boston, has bought The State Bank at Sully, Iowa, was of Judge Huguly, of Danville, a fast filly by Delegate, d looted by burglars, who secured from green o.mi im hv Athlone Ohief. for $2,000. $5,000 to 120,000 toA Delphi, Ind., man fell dead when Sales for 1890 closed on thn leaf that 110,000 trad been left to bacco "breaks" in Louisville. The offer he heard him by an uncle. ingsfor the year were 105.740 hogsheads, n lawHugh Rodman, a tbe largest number ever Bold in any mar yer of Frankfort, was found dead in bis ket with tbo exception of lost year, room, a supposed victim of heart disease. when the aggregate reached the. surpris So far aa reported there were eix ing total of 174,885. Nearly 100,000 horses are likoly to killings, six attempted murders and a jail burning in Kentucky on Obriatmas atarve to deatb In Eastern Washington day. this winter, and strange to Bay, their Washington Smith, an alleged reve- owners aa a rule are glad of it. Practinue Informer, was stoned to death by cally valueless are these horsts. This Bold Sam May and bla brothers, near Vance-burfall whole hejda of them have been at the rate of from $1 to $3. d re-for- ma Her-rlnasra- all 1,100-pounpost-officoat Tho consignment will conthat city. Georgia, has par- sist of Lottie Loralne, 2:00J; Emma -- Gov. Atkinson, of 2:11; Goorgie Leo, 2:12j; Don Plzar-r- o, doned Harry Hill and Lord Beresford, 2:171, and many other good ones. two forgers, whose cases had become celebrated. We regret to lose this faithful and A dUnatch from Frankfort sayB that prompt paying auhscriber, but much tbo mother of Scot Jackson will be there more regret tho conditions which make Here is the chance you have been looking for. Christmas trade is in a few days to beg Gov. Bradley to par- bis withdrawal necessary. over now and the next thing is stock-taking- , and don her son. Nicholabvillb, Dec. 20 I regret that 0 L. & N. Southern officials offer I feel that it la my duty to ask you to reward for the arrest and conviction Btop sending the Intrbioh Jouhxal after of thn pcrties who caused the Alaboma my time is out. lam now noarlng my railroad horror. 75th mile Btono and my eyesight baa Noah Wilholm, an .Indiana stock failed me to such an ex'ent that I am man, was robbed of $3,100 by a fellow compelled to restrict my reading to very Your Goods Cheap. We had rather invoice a dollar than the goods. who took blm out at night to show him narrow limits, and I feel that I may have. some fiue.cattle which he didn't have to givo it up entirely befora long I Albert J. Frantz, ol Dayton, O , was have bfon a vorntious night reader and condemned to be electrocuted for the it has been, telling on my eyesight for murder ot his sweetheart, whom ho many years!! I regret very much to give ruined, then shot ond threw into the rl- - up your paper, but be assured ol my and prosJ. A. Arrant, n prisoner condemned best wishes for your happiness Given on all goods sold this week to save trouble of invoicing them, J. B Looak for counterfeiting, jumped perity. to two years from a train en route to tho Columbus penitentiary, when it was at full Bpeed, NEW- and escaped. -- Monroe Padgett, who was arrested :- -: at Morebead for drunkenness, Btvore he would burn the jail if locked up. He kept hia word and like Sampson, perish ed with the building. We hire opened at Stormes' old Hand a Complete Ladies' and Gents' Underwear. Mens' and Hoys' Clothing, Comforts Of-fu- y a J. M. McRoberts will ablp Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher, wife of her Duros Jersey Red sow to J. R. Mount at tho great preached, fell nnd broke LaGrange, for which he will receive $15. leg tho other day. -- G & O. P. Cecil, of Danville, will a clerk In the elxth -J- ames W. Brady, Washington City, died sell all their horsea except brood mares audltor'a office in ifc 8hanklln,'a of heart disease w'jlle on a cable car in and colts, at Woodard to-daFeb-rnarysa- THE- - t, ItooisVille Store. n. $10,-00- Now's The Time to Buy BIG DISCOUNT S Purnituro House- Dress Goods, Domestics, Notions, and Blankets, Line of 4 Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, &c, &c. We will Keep Constantly in stock the Latest and Best Goods, And Make IMcea to Suit tho Times. We guarantee LADIES AND f IE & AK S, CARPETS AND MATTING. spect. ptfect sttiif action Coine tee us la every re- cor ially Lincoln ceunty people, oar old homo pP'e. invited to Imiectour ilock and tt prices. lur We will Save you 25 Per Cent, if yon call on us this week. 05yShov your good judgment by coming. "1Ea J. A. BEAZLEY& CO., 8631 7M. Lanctater, Ky. THE LOUISVILLE A; URHANSKY T. D. RANEY. Manager. Branch Stores: Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, ST0RL. REPOKT OP THB CONDITION CO., Propritots, THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, AT STANFORD. In the State of Kentucky, at the cloie of buine Dec. 17, iS9. KKSOURCES. .. jo.ooo 00 U. S. UomU to secure Circulation .. - 7i7'7 Stocks, iccuritiei, etc 9.150 00 Banking-hous- e, furniture and fixture.. i,57 00 Othfr real eatato and raortKlownid Due from National Hanks, not Re- S'51 6 sere Agenti,. 3.553 M Due from State Ilanks and Hankers ij.36 Due fiom approved reserve agents 7" '9 Checks and other cash items 4,771 Notes of other Nat. IUnks Fractional paper currency, nickels and a, jj w cents ; e-1 I.o.tnand ditcounti. Overdraft, aecutcd and unttcnied ...... $iS.90 7,106 jt Lawrcnceburg, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcth'town, and Frankfort. Ky., Mauckport, Ind. I IA Thl M tho best market nml onra ts tho bct houo to ship to. Wo rnako liberal nd Tanccs on consignment. Hcalilca wo havo better facllltlcfl than other houses In having many largo factories to (apply. Wo get you tho top prica and tay spot rash ; not lu trade No traveling agents. Ship all your wool anil form proUuco direct to HERNDON-CARTE- R LOUISVILLE, KY. 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Marroll Court, WOOL. WOOL. CO. Specie- - o.UA 50 -- . M.74I S i37 Lecal tender notes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer j.ajsi 00 5 percent, of circulation Due Ircra U. S. Treasurer, other than j percent, redemption fund ; Tetal f JJI7.3J SO THE 5REATJ3UsfNESS TRAINING SCHOOL OF. THESOUTH. Hu:5: or cusuuts holding mne POSITIONS. Wrrr$rJflAJJ LIAHILITIKS. $ieo,oooo -- Capital stock 5iJ Surplus fund- Undivided profits, less expetses anil taxct paid J77 54 4S.w National Hank Notes outstanding Due to other National Hanks 1.(31 2$ Due to Stale llanka and Hankers Dividends unpaid .39 90,911 41 Individual deposit subject to check Liabilities other than those above stated si,Sa 17 tyrt,'rufcys7fT,riA -- S(rrias vyzAsyrf fy) RECOMUtNDCD BY THE UAMNG CUSINESS. THt cwmRY- - - 'ABpriii jT) MMrr-io- cowsc wvrrp. "Ft OF ' " Did You Ever Stop To think how many and varied arc the articles which arc kept by an druggist ? Brushes for the teeth, brushes for the hair, brushes (or the bath, brushes 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- . Penny's Drug Stork. Come to sec us. all-roun- .' ;ii Total 1 $317,050 JQ d ) STATK OK KENTUCKY, County of Lincoln. I.John J. McRoberts, cashier of above named thai that the above stateBank, do solemnly swi-ament is true to the best of my knowledge and bo. J McKOBKRTS Cashier. lief. JOHN Subscribed and aworn to brfure me this Sth day W. M. H RIGHT, N. I'. I.. C. of Dec, 185C r J. S. 5. H. IlAl!GltMM, J. W. Haydkn, J No. 3917. IIockkk, ) Directors. REPORT OP THE CONDITION THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUST0NVILLE AT HU8TONVILLE, In the Stato of Kentucky, at tho close of business Dec. 1;, 1896. RESOURCES. &6i35 Loans and discounts 2,036 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. U.S. Boiids-t- secure circulation ii5 1,000 Banking House, furniture and fixtures. Due Irom National Hanks, not Re3S5 serve Agents 5,731 Due from State Banks and Hankers iS,i 13 Due from approved reserve agents Checks and other cash Items 3,397 Notes oi other National Hanks Fractional paper currency, nickels and 14 cents Lawful Money Reserve in Hank, viz' 10,950 00 10.050 Specie Legal tender notes.... Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 56a j per cent, of circulation. ,- V 49 00 3S Happy fleii) Year. Make yourself happy during 1897 by 97 43 34 00 00 00 Paying Cash For What You Buy. REMEMBER ! jo 93 tbree-year-ol- Total. LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplus fund. Undivided profits National Hank notes outstanding., Due to other National Hanks. Due to State Hanks and bankers Individual deposits subject tu check 5i5'i83 We have the largest and best stock of goods "in our line" in Lincoln county and we are at 'all times ready to open our heads in regard to prices. $50,000 00 31,000 00 3774 8a well-know- 11,15000 6,513 67 735 36 Cora Hau, Butter, Eggs or nioneu, is true to l Or most any old thing taken in exchange for goods. We are much Total 5tSi."85 98 obliged for your 1896 trade and awaiting your 1S97 commands, we I J. W. Hoc'.:er, Cashier of the above named Very Truly, Yours, Bank, do solemnly swear that the nbovo statement are, 55.9 of my knowledge and bolief. J.W. II OCKEK, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 36th Oro. W. tlUNN, N.V. L. C. day ol Dec, 1896. the best HIGGINS & McKINNEY. Dealers in Hardware, Groceries and the like', Stanford, Kyv Edward Alcokn, g. it. T. J. Robinson MHOW.V, Directors. - t- .iAfc 1 4 .a. I - iafV t .ilH. t rz&' -- TT ' i? Silver ygijij.- - tiv ni H"ijii''fifm -- 'vyifJ kVi fc - o . . t , m W m& -- -- i 0 ' , mi-Week- ly DoraHtkaud Interior JoijRNE Tullahoma,Tenn. hai roturned from Mrs. II. 0. Rui'lby is visiting Mrs. Dr. Miss - Stanford. Kv., E. C. Jan. i, 1897 Walton, Business Manager. You should tftko your preecriptiorm to PennyVilruj: Btoro where prompt and accurato survico Is Runrnnteed. PERSONAL POINTS. Mita, Annk Duudkiiaii ia vleitiun Mrs K. 11. Gentry at MiesSuHiK Lahlky ppont b portion of her OhrlHtniHB In Louisville Mns. A. D. Hoot nnd children hnvo returned from rjiiermnn, Turns. Miwi Lauoa Jai ids went to Lebanon Tuesday to remain until spring. Mhn. 8. A. liAfcTiN, nl Kist Dernutadti la tho KUcut ot Mrs. J. D. Unijtln. Mil. J. H. Sowdkh, the real cat a to man, WBHOvnr in C'inclnnHtl this week. Mita Alick Siuliiv, of Luxiupton, ia flatting Mihu Jlhu btielby at Arcdut. Miw. V. W. Lyon, of the West Knd, is viaitinK her parent near Klrkeville. W. A. MoiiniLY nnd wife, of Middles-boroare enjoying tho week with rela, Ilourigan in Madison. Mibs Minnik Munday Bpent Xrnaa with relatives In Madison. Miss Myrtle IJuohes has rettirned from a visit to Richmond. Mr8. Thomah Butt, of Highland, ia very ill with heart trouble. Mi88 Jban Dick, of Crab Orchard, is visiting Mrs. Dr. W. li. Penny. Mist Nina Oahpkntbr, of Perryvllle, spent several dava with Mra. Thomas Dalton. Oait. W. II. Kiiiiiy, headquarters at Lexington, ia here visiting hia many friends. Mn. and Mns. II. 8. WiTHKiia have moved to their property in front of the College. II. McKinnry cftrue homd frotu and spent a few days with his 0hicKO molhbt. Mids Kaciiki, Allibo.s ia over from LBxluKton uudia the Kuest of her Bister, Mrt. Mary Hurch. Mr. J. 11. Quillk.i, cashier of the Comborlftiid Gup bank, was the ftuutt of Mr. J. 0. Florence. Mil. It. I). Wilkinhon and family, of Durgin, apent a few daya with the faiul-- , ly of YA Wilkinson. Mimib Daisy Cook, of Richmond, and Lena liuntler, of Livlngttou, are mieets ol tlie MIpxpa OrndutU, Msmim. V. 0. and II. G. Hhkiut. cf the Hooaier State, were the guests of the fiinily of .Mr. John liriuht. Mn. T. W. Hiaai.ss, of Loulnvillt, dropped in ou his friends here Tueedsy on Ids return from Kuoxville. Mirs An.sik HitoKAi'oii Knolkman la up (rem I'ottei'n College, Howling Green, appareutly KrowinK' more beautiful every Dit. N. tive. day. in charge of the 1'rei.nrntury I)rp.utnietit of Centre Col lee, npent some of his vacation with 1'iiCK. L. C.Homv, Misses Maud Rohincon and Bsslo Burnside, of Garrard, were gueslH of MIm Sue Rout. Mhs. It. G. Hail and eon, Wenren, ol S)iiiereet, are visiting Mr. and Mra. G. I). Wearen. Mn. J. N. Cahtsii goes to Somerset to take charge as guger of the bonded warehouse. Mns. II. L Gkkii left Sunday night to join her husband, who has a good position at Carrollton, III. Rev. R. B. Maiiony, Dr. W. B. Penny, George B. Coopor and Clarence Tate nre oirhuntlng. Thotiret two are in Laurel and the other two In Casey. Riv. Hen Helm has moved hia family Into Miss Mary Varnon's property on Danville street and Mr. J. B. Owciu and family uow occupy their own houab. Misa Allib TnuiiiLK returned home Saturday after an extended visit to Stan-loraccompanitJ by her couaiu, Mia. Mettle Dawson. Richmond Climax. Mu. and Mkh. Chapman Coleman, of Harrodsburji, and Mn and Mrs. Joe F Waters, of Stanford, have been visiting Mr. G. T. Helm and family. Advocate. Mn. E 0. Si.noi.et3n, of McKinnev, one of the hamiBOintut of Kentucky's young merchants, Is visiting a friend In t lis city. (This item wa not dictated or authorized by any one outside of this ol' flee- .- Ed ) -- Somerset Pitragoti. MimKppik Wkioht, of Kentucky, is viniting her slsterp, Mrs. J. M. Hodman, Mrs. Thomas and Mrs B. F. Gibson, ol Central Park. -- Mo tana paper, which also coutalna a nice write up of the ro- manncmurriag ol .Miss Belle Cash to to-d- ny d, lilendnhern. W. SAUNiiKha and SauiUHl Ward, Jr., of Livingston, And lioldam Siuart, of iGrnvH, were here f Mkjhhb. Mr. N. G.TevK CITY AND VICINITY. Valtx I I courting Sunday. Bonn gold set rini 03c. Danks. Mua Suk Willi a Halk attended tho tnarnagH of YA Waddle, of Somerset, to Solid 14kt gold watch ill) b3 Danka. Mies Fannie Ham, ol Chattunook'a, at Pure blood barred Plymouth Rock the latter place last week. Mifs Jkan Ui't'iiANAN, who has been roosters for sale at 50c each. , Tlaltinx her sister in Louisville, cairo up Foil elegant gifts to unit any one. See In time to spend a part of the holidays Banks, the jeweler. 25c up. with tho old folks ai home. Mm ha. A. T. ami J. 11. Nunnkllky, ISOd waa a pretty tough year all with tht-icousin, it. A. Nunnelley.came round, eo we bid it go nith littlo regret. up from Louiavllle to spend the festal Scat. secsou with Mr. and Mr. 1'. 1'. Nunnel-lar- . The property on Lnni'Hater street occupied by J. F. Cummins for lent. P. P. Mu. Uhiau). HiiioiiT left Wcdnetday fjr Nashville to reside. He Is uudi elded Nunnelley. aito what he will engage in, but hia le- Kou Rent. Coitge on East Main ' Rion of friends here hope he wlil strike atreet occupied by Win, Mnruland. Posaomethinc rich. session Jbh. 1. Apply to Harvoy Helm, Mua LLAhA Mbfsuon has returned Foil Rent. My residence of six roomo fioui a visit to her sister, .Minn Nellie, who is attending school in Richmond ou Main street. Good garden and Apply lo W. II. Murphy. Mrs. Her aunt, Mitt Anna Memhon, returned Kate HayH. with her and spent a few dayn. Mn. AM) Mkh. W. L. Kva.ns Kave a 0 Staiit ol! tho new year right by payo'clock dinner In honor of Mr. J. W. Al ing for your pRper or for anything elce leu and bride, ol Huetonvillc, n few eve- that you may owe at this ofheo. What's nings HKO, which was it very swell aflair the use of waiting tn ln asked for it ? A number of other friends were present. The Orrtb Orchard Masonic Lodge, No. TriK Somerset Paragon eya that Mr. 630, elected the following ollicera at their John 8. May haa withdrawn from the raeotlng Saturday: Dr. J. D. Pettus, W. race for county clerk, leaving only two M ; J 0 Havs,S. W ; W. D. Wallln, J. cindidatea in the field, N. L. Harnett, W ; Levi Elder, Treas ; J. B. Gllkerson, the present incumbent, and V. K. Lo Secy ; W. A. Boazley, 8. T.; OurtiB Go. Ran. ver, 8. D ; G. W. Dellord, J. D. Mn. W. H, Muhi'HY haa moved his family back lo hia farm, much to tho re Real Estate Excuanoe. Mr. J. II. Krut of tholr many friends in town and 8owder, who has had much experience Tho in the business, has opened up a real tbeir nelghbora in pacticular. young people especially will miss Misses exchange In the Interior Journal Sue Whitley and Nellie, who have building and is prepared to buy and sell great favorites. lands or other property on tbo most reas Mb. W. K. Suuoabb, of Lancaster onable commission, Persona having who has recently taken charge of the business in bis line are insured prompt Commercial Hotel at McKinney, tolls ue service and unremitting attention. that he is thero only temporarily and It was without exception the quietest applicant for that bo Is still a Ohrietmas over experienced in Stanford. e at hia native town. the Tho usual tear, with firo crackers, Roman Mn Samuel M. Wiliiitb, Keeps all kinds of Religious Books, Tracts Paby all Lincoln county peo- candles, Ac, was omitted, nobody was and for Bibles so maimed, there were no entertainments Thr Vidbtte. Mra. Furguaon, sister pers, &c. up. sale at publishers' pne s. Ailed and cents and Mall orders promptly ple, waa remembered Christmas by his hardly anything to indi- of Mr. J. H. Matbeny, of Harrodsburg, satufcioa guaranteed. Address or parties and 3 . employers, J. F. White & Co., LouisW. S. J ACKSON, London, Kj. A little dance at haa sent Judge M. 0. Saulhy a copy of ville, with a 150 bill. Mr. Wilhite hia cate the festal season. Monday night, Beems "The Vidette," which was Bent to her been with the firm eight years and holds the Myers House to be tho extent of the frolicking here. with "Respects of Gen. John H. Mortbo roost responsible poaition in the gan." It Is a lUxlS sheet of colored pahouso. DbatiL Mre. Leutitia Cook, widow ol Farm ofioj Acres to Rent for 1S07; 60 Acres to Aug. 17, 1SG2, by Mn. and Mns. E. P. Owblry and Mat- -, John Cook, who died recently, joined per and waa printed corn, general's men in an aban- go laon or the remainder In wheat and grass. Call tie Hays, of OolumbuB, Ga., arrived him in tho great beyond Sunday, her some of tho address, ' C. L.CROW, Christmaa day and are with Mrs. Kiltie death being caused by apoplexy. She doned printing offica at Harts ville.Tenu., 85lt McKinney, Ky. BurnBide. Mr, Owsley lolls ub that tbo was GO and the mother o! 13 children. when the command was returning from of bank of which he ia caabier, Tho 4th Na- Tho funeral waa under the auspices of a raid into Keutucky. The paper tolls of the Confederates at tional of Columbup, declared 3 por cent the 8. M. T of which Bbe was a mem recent victories $ 1,600 to eurpluB, after paying her and was held at tho Baptist church, Cumberland Gap, Gallatin and other and took Notico is hereby gireuta points and the editor saya "the long night Cnitilicate tfo. 16 issued by theall concerned that National Bank of expenses, &c. She waa known an one of the best color P. Flanmiran, deed . has j., haa paBaed, the day has begun to Hujlonville, Kthat to J.undersigned Rev. Job Severance and bis bride, ed women in Stanford. lost M'd the will apply to 'en dawn and the lying Yankees will soon ine Uoard or UirrctO'i of said Bank on or alter who ia a lovely little woman, arrived tne 1st day of February nkxt to said CerThe report baviug gained currency bo shown that Morgan's men are not tificate to the undersigned or his assignees. Saturday. The happy groom tells ua L. 11RUCK. J. and patriots." An that their love for, each other began at that Councilman D. W. Vandeveor had rulllans, but soldiers Adtn'r J. P. Flinnsgan, deed. protracted meeting he held in DeSoto back trackod on the whisky license order is printed from Gen. Morgan proa county, Mies. She became interested in proposition, a reporter called on him hibiting the inhabitants of that part of ..vrvj ANYBODY from. selling flour and bacon to hor soul's palvation, profeeaed religion yesterday to ascertain its truth. He Tennessee C.tti m iKu money raissevere penalties. and he baptized her. Afterwards bo told said there was no foundation for the re- the Federals, under ing 1'oftThV with a Century Incuiaioh, port, but he was eternally opposed to There are numerous extracts from the Bho admitted a reciprocahero! his love; We sell a cvarunticd. which paper Ib referlncu-- i tion; bo pressed her to name tho day; it opening the saloon businees to any one LouiBvillo Journal, uaior, 100 egg capacias a mendacious, abolition sheet. was named; they were married, and may who wanted to open up a groggery and red to ty, for $9 00. be sent to the Confeder- they bs the novels conclude, ever live in I that be would vote first and last to re- - The paper will CENTURY INCUBATOR CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. etricting license to botela. ate museum at Richmond, Ya. peace and happiness. Diamonds at DuiKh'. r out-house- s. t es-ta- te be-co- full-llodjje- d poat-ofllc- well-know- n 8exton W. F. Hendricks tells us that thero were burled in Buffalo CemeHia lot of teachers' Bibles at low pri cea tery In 1800, 10 adults and 10 childrou. atW. BlMcRoberta.' il Confederates. Ou our 4th page will I will keep no books after I be found a roster of all whose names wo will sell only for the cash. H. J. could got. It there are others they will please communicate with us at once witli 'entrances both on Stork Room, Hill Coolky waa given 10 days and Main and Lancaster streets, for rent. W. fined 125 by Squire John E.lmiaton at P. Walton. Crab Orchard for carrying concealed Wk will buy first class, (rent), yellow weapons. He was put in jail Tuesday. i butter. Want it for a special purpose. "Ring out the old, ring in tbo new; Warren fe Shanks. Ring, happy bells, across the view, The year is going, let him go; Is the 1st ot January and your Ring out the false, ring In the true." account ia ready. A prompt settlemtnt i will be appreciated. W. B. McRoberte. Saloon. T. 0. Bail haa rented hia K. or II. Hereafter assessments will store-rooto D. P. Hall, of Eminencr, bo forwarded to tho supreme treasurer on to be used as a bar room, Bt 25 a month. the first day of eacu mouth. Please take Mr. Ball will move his goods into the notice and govern yourself accordingly. npro; looms of the same building. A, A. Warren, Reporter No. If). Tub McKinney Masons. No. C31. elect While attempting to break his pistol, ed Ed J. Tanner, W. M.; Arthur David PulGeerhad a narrow tecape. The son, S. W ; Bowman Smltbv J. W.; J. H. weapon was discharged, the ball striking Van Hook, 8. D.; Robert Robere'on, J. hlui a glancing lick in the forehead. The D.; Dr. E. M. Eates. S.; W. A. Coffey, T. flesh was cut for about half an inch but John Green didn't like some of tbe the skull was not injured in thealigbtest. capers of his father-in-laEJ Buster, so ho proceeded to carve him up. ReToTHKPKN.-Sher- itr T. D. Newland took Louie Lynn to the penitentiary at sult: Ed is going around all bandaged Frankfort Wednesday to serve a lifo sen- up and John is in jail with no show for tence for killing Tom Howard, also col giving the 1200 bail fixed against him. ored. The killing occurred about two It was repotted tiere yesterday that months ago and our readers are familiar "Baby Carl," which was left at Mr. 8. L. with tho circumstances. Ashley's bouse in Lancaster, waa sent Masonic The following are the offi- frora Preacheraville. An illegitimate cers elected by the Stanford Lodge of chlUTfrom that section is Bald to have Masons for this year: J. N. Saunders, disappeared the day before it was found, W. M ; T. J. Hatcher, 8. W.; 0. A. It was the first Christmas since it was Moor- - J. W.; George D. Hopper, S. D; opened that Walton's Onera House waa II. J. Drst, J. D ; Dr. W. B Penny, S. fhot lighted. For the benefit of our Lan George L. Penny, T., M. F. E kin, 8. & caster friendB, who are thinkirg of buildT. ing a theatre, wo will say thBt the ren chicken sauottug in Mnxvllle, ceipts of tbe ono here for 1S9G were less At John Smith shot Cornelius Stokeley in than the cost of the electric lights, li the hip. He wa arrested and lodged in cense and insurance jdl, but there being no proof that it whs With tho ground as dry as dtist, the otherwjse than nu accident, Judge Car-e- BkieB without a cloud and the temperadischarged htm for that offense and ture at the right degree this has been a mulcted him to the tune of 5 for shoot- most remarkable Christmas In regard to ing in town. weather as in other things. Yesterday In another columu wld be found the was like an early Bpring day. Tho signal advertisement of J. A. Beazley & Co. Bdrvieo still predicta Bhowers, but as it furniture dealers at Lancaster. Mr. baa for the last week, confidence has Berzley is an old Stanford boy, a spltn-di- d baen destroyed, which even tho election young man, and his friends in Ibis of McKinley can not restore. i and adjoining counties should call on Our Banks. The First National's him when In need of anything in his gross earnings for tho last six months line. He'll treat you right. were J0.370, out of which the directors t-divi Tilt! general inquiry lor the Interior declared their regular was very gratifying to dind of 3 pur cent , payable on demand, Journal Tuesday the proprietor, who enjoyed tteeing how pdd all expenses and taxes and carried much a good thing is mifsed. It was over712. The directors also declared a about the third time in the 25 years of its dividend of 25 per cent., to be paid out of existence that the whole force took the the reduced cpital on Jan. 11. The holiday, which they had earned and stockholders are requested to present which the generous public would not de- their old certificates so they will receive ttieir stock dhidend promptly. ny tbem. The Farmers Bank A Trust Co made No Bail. Judge Sautl-- y declined to its usual dividend of 3 per cent, but had entortain a motion for bill for Frank Ijttle to carry to surplus alter paying exBrooks, who killed John Nevols. This penses. is contrary to the custom of judgea, by The Young People's Society of the which great injury has been done to Christian church will have an open ses right and justice. Moat of them grant sion Sunday nlgbt from 0 to 7 p. m., to bail after a hung jury, even if, aa in th'a which all are invitrd. The following is case, 10 were for murder and two for acthe program: Prayer, Rov. J. T. Shar- quittal, not withstanding they themselves rard; Music, Choir; Opening Address, J. believed that thero was no paiiating cir- L BeNzhj; Music, Choii; Dtclamation, cumstance. Alter giving titil, tho ac- 8nn Le.; Solo, Maude Vnrnon; Recitacused is then iu position to HUveufThifl tion, LeGrande Jones; Muair, Choir; Talk case indefinitely or until witnesses die rr oa Lesson, Dr. W. Music, are reared oil. It is to hoped that oter Choii; "Too Only Rock to judgtH will imita'o Judge Sautley's ox- Which We Can Fly," Hallie Watera amp'e. Helm; Duet, Mr. E. H. Besz'ey and Mra. I. Mabonic IAMiUkT.-the evening J. W. Hayden; Rscltation, Miss Maggie of January Gth the Masonic Lodge of Brlghl; Quintette, Mejsra. Ben Hardin, Stanford will have with them the lodges E U. Beazley, Joe F. Waters, Mrs. J. from Danville and Lebanon for the conand Mies Octavia Sizamore; Enference ot the Fellow Crift degree. Al- deavor Piiper, Miss Lena Bruce; Solo, Mary Cowen; Bmediction. Mies ter the adjournment of the lodge, the Mi Masons will repair to the Myers House Nellie Murphy, Secy.; Prof. E. L Grubbe, where they have arranged for a banquet Ohm'n. Sermon by Rev. Joseph Severfor &0 persons. All the regular afliilfa ance, of Memphis, Tenn. ted MasonH of this county aro expected E. H. Moore and Misa Jennie Brown, to be present, aa are tho lodges from Danville and Lebanon. The both of McKinney, were married at that Lancaster, banquet will be one of the most sumpt- place yesterday. uous things ol the kind ever given in NKW ADVEBTISKMENTn. the county; the menu and toast card ia very handsome and elaborate and Mrs. A. G. Huffman will have tbo banquet 4:0 ALXtiLO Mill, weL timbered, i ball decorated in a way that will lend it cleared, Rootfoichrd and pring. A good acres Milk Cow and Heifer alto for tale. AdJreis Albeit a most attractive appearance. Ever Wctxel, care J. E. Ilruce, Biantjrd. the county who expects to attend the banqnot should notify Mr. M. F. n on or beforo Monday evening, Jan, 4, or he will be considered as not intendLONDON, KY., ing toba present. 29. m to-da- y. ts. novelties galnr at Danka'. r -- trtJl je-'- w SN vr x ' in Graig m x o & Jkker, r 'W To-da- DRUGGISTS. m in iTr3! - - .j,...y.,.:co:o:o:o;g Don't forget to ' Zr O GHBISBULS GOOD; We still have Holiday Goods left. come here for ': iii 8 Ml Si A 3 iii BARGAINS! Prescriptions filled from the very best Drugs and Chemicals and Experienced Pharmacist. t B t W. B. MoHOBEET3. ioiccoioioiccccciccoic,c,io;cio'c!oio"rt'w'' 8 8 '! 6ive Us A Chance To Show Our on ii Gratitude F6r your liberal patronage for the year just closed. We mean we will show our gratitude in low prices for 1S97. Gon)eat)d Trade Witr? Us This year and we will promise our very best efforts to please you. We, like others, learn something every day and we feel we know more about the wants of our customers than we did one year ago and of course are better prepared to ' semi-annu- al SERVE THE PUBLIC li v Iv iii Than ever before. Thanking you for past patronage and hoping to see you in our store many times year, we are. Very Truly Yours, -- severance: Promises & soyv.ie- - Back of IVly JsP? . B.O'B-tnnon- ; On Is the certainty of fulfillment of each and every .one of them. When you leave your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient guarantee that you will have an accurate and reliable tirne- piece. Did it ever occur to .you that more Watches are ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? We have gained the reputation for miles around for best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince you. 1 THOMAS DALTON. B. K. WEAREN & SON -- Dealers' In- - Ma-son- dn El-ki- W. S. JACKSON, j-- 4t Farming Implements of all Kinds, Wagn ons, Buggies, Carriages, Carts; Blackboards, &o. well-like- d iii OFFICE IN OWSLEY BUILDING; Opposite the Court House. FARM FOR 'RENT. H. C. RUPLEY, ANT TAILOR Is Receivmghis m !. NOTICE. I All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. THK Thorou Duroc- BLUK-GKA- 8f-- HERD OK My Breeders were selected from n best herd of this f amout breed of swine In several different States. A splendid lot ol piss of dibjrent agea for tale. Bred, sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address I IISRED HOGS. 1 R. H. BRONAUGH, Ky Crab Orchard, t ".1 - 1 fei -4--i- J&L NWNI -- 4r ummii -- W- II " riiii I 1' mmiwMMm 4 .el x' ' ' jryE '"Wd We wish the dear old Interior and A Partial List of those Living in Lincoln County. ita many readers a happy new year. J. F, Hampton, Co. 11., ad Va "VValUr'a Brig Mr. Elleraon Padgett will not keep II, 1897, Command. house, but live with his aon, R. D. Padg- ade, A. 1. II Ill's Corps, Lee's enlisted in Capt. County Court day, 34 shirr ol stock In the Farm-er- a Judge M. C, Saufley, first Bank aud Trust Co. of Stanford, Ky. Sale ett. Shelby (Jatfoy's independent company In will occur at ti a. m, Mr. W. U. Bastln'a Bchool closed command and alterwards translerrcd to 8 td W. A. HAIL, Executor. Thursday. He taught one of the beat Co. II. 6th Kentucky. J. L. Smith, Co. H. 4th Kentucky, Morgan's schools we ever had here. night. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Command. Messrs. R. D PadgOur merchants, S.C. Franklin, of tho Signal force T. L. Shellon. Co. A, Goodson'a Light ArtilTrains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. m., and 4:05 waa called to Lexington this weok by the ett and L. G. Gooch & Sou, tell us that lery, 1st Battalion, Col. Floyd, Gen. Buckner's and o!ao p. tn. p. m., returning at 4:300. m., Command, till Fort Donaldson surrender and al- The Rodcmcr Tlnce of 105 Acres, thoy had a very large holiday trade. death of a relative. Ho joined tho army when LJfcH.LOCATTIWECABD. Miss Nannie Perkins, of Beo Lick, terwards with EwcU's, At Rowland, for 1897 Splendid residence and John Proctor, who is in the Lexing14 years old. Xmas. J. R. Orndorfl, Co. G, 7th Va. Cavrlry, Col. goal outhouses, l'oiseition Januaiy , 1. 180$. visited Mies Eva Gooch during -- . tt 37P m ton asylum, baa had an arm amputated. goingNorth. ,...... No. aa, Train J. S. O WSLEV, J R Trustee, Stanlord, Ky, 13 S9.1t No, 16. ..'.... 3 04 a ra He ia in a critical condition. Ilia wife ia Mr. A K. Caldwell Ib home from the Ashby, Stuart's Division, Jackso 'a Corps. ... pa South .....13 Ha. 13, A. P. Pandleton, Capt. Mke Salter's Co., 3d college during tho holldaya. m at hie bedside. medical " No. , iP 2 ; : Col. K. M. J. W. Gooch waa taken to Lexing- Kentucky, W. DeBo.d,Gano. 1), 6th Kentucky, A large crowd was in town Thursday QUEEN & CRESCENT. Co. Geonco broth-er-i- n co attend the trial of Per Rigaby, Greely ton niylum last Tnursday by hia A meeting of the stockholder! ol the National Duke's Brigade, Morgan's Command. Trains pan Junction City as follow: Bank of Hustonville will bo he'd at their banking law, Mr. R. Y. Balhrd. Mr. H. H. Gtorg S. Carpenter, Co, A, same Regiment. Lear and Andrew Hasty engaged in the house In Hustonville the second Tuesday in Janu-aay- . No. 1 South .....11 oipn No, North ...3 jS p m Singleton alao went to Lexington the John 1'. Cash, Co. B, ume Regiment. 1B07. between 9 and 13 a. is., lor the purpose 8hooting affray of Saturday night. ot election o Directors to serve the ensuing year, K. (. Collier, Co. C, same Regiment. .t.43Pm .....it. 3' nm " 6 " "Z5 business. -- The ladies' aid society met with Mte. Game day on 79 ...S.tnm ' 10 " J. W.HOCKBU, Cashier. J. A. (livens, Co. A. same Kegimtnt, Bro. Davidaon preached here SunNote. Nos. 9 and 10 run no furhir tthan G. W. McOlure Thursday afternoon. The San Duncan, Co. A, ism Regiment. Junction City. All trains atop there. t miles accumulated by this noble band day morning and night, which ended John Bailey, Co. A, same Regiment. Kentucky. have greatly aided in church work and one very successful year as pastor, and Judge J. V. Alcorn, Adjutant tth Hegimcnt. A meeting ol the stockholders of the First NaGoorge C. Abraham, Co. II, ume tional Bank of Stanford will be held at their bank, we hope it will never weary of well do- may the church prospor this year under W. F Abraham, Co. B,iame tng house second Tuesday In January, 1897, lor his care as it never prospered before. ing. J. C. Hays, Capt. Tom Shanks' Co., same Regi- the purpose ot electing 11 Directors for the ensu ing year. JOHN J. McRUllKKTS. Cashier Some of the boys got too much ment. We learn that Mr. Willis Adams haa Rev. R. R. Noel, Co. G, d Misaisslppi, tract of land with Neil "biled owl" Curistmas, but most of them traded a large Brigade, Loirng's Ilv., Stuart's Corps, t Parrott for hislwndsome new residence. are about straight again and no harm Army of Tenn. and Ky. Knlisted at the age ol 13 caused by for 9 years; served 4 years and a months. Was A meeting of the stockhooders of the Farmers The latter will at once bnild another done, xc?pt a lew bruisea Bank house. We are pleased to know that the earth flying up and Btriking tbem. surrendered under Jtseph E. Johnston in North house and Trust Co. will by held at their banking first Wednesday In January, 1807, for the family will You ought to "don't," boys. You would Carolina; arrived at my father's house, Garrard purpose of electing 11 Directors tor ensuing year, Mr. Adams and his excellent county, Ky., June 7, iS6j. when the fatted call J ll.OWSI.KV, Caihier. foel better and it don't look well to us was remain here. served, "This my son was lost, is found; was The beautiful homo of Mr. and Mrs. ladiea. dead, is alive agaid," and 1 do ever cberish away Mr. and Mra. J. M. Reynolda went down deep in my heart the wannest affection for 0. O. Williams was thrown open last Friday evening to their many young to Garrard Monday to visit relatives and all those who fought, bled and died lor "the Lost LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. J w1' "Pent Cause." friends, who will never forget how rap- frienda. M. G. Reynolds James Wilder, Sr., Co. G, 5th Tennessee Cav R. G. Craig, I'lstnlUf, vs W. H Anderson, Ac , Cul-li- p flew by as if touched by a Ohnatmas with Mr. and Mra. Adam idly the hours alty, Scott's Brigade, Wheeler's Corps. Defts. lu kquity. , at Ansel, in Pulaski. Mr. S. P. Snoop T J. Hatcher, Co A, 15th Ala., Trimble's By virtue of a judgment and order ol sale of the magician's hand. MubIc, charades, eocial Kings-yill- e. Swell's Division, btonewall Jackson's Ccrps. Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at the neclal Deconverse and last but not least Christmas Bnd wife spent the holidays at undrrilgnedCorn'r will Lul. W. G Welch enteral Co. A. cth Ky. At cember term, 1898, the Mr,F. S. Gjoch haa been delicacies tint would delight the most trrwards transferred to Trans Mississippi with II, 1897, at home tor several daya with the Gen Gano, Kirby Smith's command, and later On fistidions palate helped to while away Absolutely recently promoted to majnr and adjutant. Gen. Robimoa's Being the ist day ol the Janusry term ol the Lingrip. Mr. George Foster, who Celebrated for it grcit letvenlng stre.gth and the fleeting hours. coln Countv Court, in ftinfarc?, Ky., sell to the father-inUrig.de, Walker's Divitlon, Assures the food ag.lntl alum heallhfulness. highest anil best bidCer at public outcry the folOur slumbers were very pleasantly nioveiUo Mr. J. R. Williama', his Capt Thomas Richards, Co A , nt Ky , and all lorms o( adulteration so comn.03 in the lowing dumbed property, ia in Casey for a few daya. S. disturbed last Saturday night about 10 brands. cheap Brigade, Whee'cr's Corps. KOYAL BAKING l'Oft'DHR CO., New York. o'clock by the musical voices of gone to 0 wen county. H. Gooch bni Samuel M. Kngleman, Co. I, jrd Ky Cavalry, xaZo-u.s- e cSo I-jo- t, Elmer Harris, who is not yet 20 and R. D. Logau, captain, Morgan's Command. The etrined instruments were old reliable Singer Sewing Machine The , O1I1 and Repairs rUrv Needles ot all kind-mandolin and guitara played by Messrs. who ia jiiBt atarting out with hia young Situated In Stanford, Lincoln county, Ky., on the call at the Siuger Sewinc; Machlun Co.'s Office wife to flght life's battles, had hia house, east side ol (he Manlord .V Somrriet turnpike, Ky. J. W. Perrin, Williams, Albright and Miai Lena Stanford, Opposite Omulprosont. about 'A mile Irom Main street and bounded on Agent. accompanying them were Mra together with nearly all ita contents deToll mo, yo wlimcd wind the North and Kast by tne lands of I). W. Vands-vt.on the South by tbe laud of J, S. Hock.r That round my pathway flit, at 3 o'clock Sunday mornCieo Brown, Miss Ellen Butner and stroyed by fire and o the West by the Sttnford A Somerset pike KllOWSt tlHlU ROtllO (JUll't fepot S. ing. Ho had recently bought the boose acres of land The bo t and containing Mtssrs. Charlie and Sim Davis. They Whom uiurtol. iuiy not "fitf" brick residence ol 5 or o roams House is a like- - and land from Mr. L. G. Gooch aud had remembered several other friends and olh.rwii well improved, havleg cittern and Surgeon Toll tne, yo wlnewl winds hydrant and Is in a title neighborhood. ust moved Into it. He got hia feet bad wipe, who did not forget to serve refresh Ttint chill, then straightway thaw mo, Denti3t, The said property will be sold on a credit of 6 to save Muiit w,i foruvur honr, ly burned and frostbitten trying aod is months. ments nt the proper time. tjll thorn that you raw tnoj" "Juit The proceeds of isle will be first applied tn Kev. and Mrs. S. M.Scrogga are in their clothing and furniture. It's prettholicn debtofS H. Shinks.esor , for J 1,090 Tell roe, yo wlngi-- wind, with 6 per cenl. interest thereon from J ul v 7, 1896, Louisville this week. M r. Tobe Lair waa ty bad, Pete, but don't get discouraged, A whisper will sulUce, until paid, subject to a credit of tit J) of dale Au Office over McRobert' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. gun 5, lSy5, and tho cost ol this action Kr.owst thou no nylvan nook down from Livingston Monday. The for you may have many ups aud downs The purchaser mut eiccuts bond with approvDovold of "CuU no lout" JJutner, of Wildie, are visiting before you get about aa old ua this old Misses ed socurltv, payable to the (Wr and besriYg interest from dayof ssle uutll pl J, having th Inrce Toll mo, thou mighty tleop, Miaaes Susie and Annie Thompson. scribe. It C VVVKIIEN andeiTcctot a judgment. WIiomj billows round tno play, EXR. Matter Cocn'r Lincoln Circuit Court. ' Hou. B. B. King, representative of Lin-85 Knowst thou n spot whure folk VE PA TRON. .1 NA Pl'RECIA TI Bay novor, "Don't get gayj" iln county, was here this week. Mr. his family to the George Gentry moved Thomas Varuon Hughes writes as folBotnu iiihind far nwny Axlefi In )ino fair lnko residence which he recently purchased lows from Hot Springs, Ark., in enclos-io- g Where one may nuvvr litvir: on West Main Btreet. Mre. Woodall and his subscription, who we are glad to "Como uSI You tnko the cake!" dtughters, of Uszsl Patch, spent Christ- - know ia prospering in hia new home: moon, And tbon, mas with her son, Mr. Ed Woodall, of Tho Intkiuor Journal ia the cheapest : L'n ocvanwanl you sink, : Pltlbt over not.) a tdaou this place. Mr. Mahan was in town thing I know of. I get all the neB t Office on Lancaster Street, at Reudence. of 'I don't think?" and don't have twice a week from home Dost look upon tho ntrth Christmas Ere was a festive occasion to answer the letters and pay for the A. G. Lanham John B. Cast'eoan. Asleep lu nLfht'n ombrooo for our people. Scores of presents were postage, writing material etc. A man And noto a npot wberti nu'vr l'artles linTlng Inventions they wish to proIs board "Ch, c!om your fuoot" tect should procure their patents through our distributed from the Xmaa trees. At that wouldn't pay 2 for the I. J. either agency. Inventor's Manual, n look containing interesting exorcises pre- at home or away from home ia worse 1,'K.VVOI. the court-hous- e trot ol patents, mode ol procedure, etc., and The winged vlnibt, tho mighty deep, other Information, sent for?c stamp. ceded the distribution of presents; in than an infidel and would rather tell a Ourllttol pa'sntt wanted, forwbtrhlargesumi Tbo fair moon's patent sheen oltnotiey are offered, sent with the Manual, free. thesfl little Misses Fannie McOlure, Ro- he on bIx months credit without security Whispered In turn tho iwiroo rv'ply, Wo find purchasers for patents procured "Ales, nay, nay, Pauline!" through our agency Branch offices In all tht berta Davis, Fannie Sparks and Master or intereet than to tell the truth for rash. Baltimore News. prlncipel cities and tn all foreign countries. McKenzie Brown participated by giving Pure, gennlne pleasure ia sitting back in THE WORLD'S PROGRESS, Buctcllti'd Arntcrt. Unlvo. A aa Arkansas arm chair rbading Walton's beautiful Christmas recitationa. O. J. IUilbt, Manager, OF LIVERPOOL. The b"st salve in the woill for cuts, bruintsi by Elder Lobar and a I. J. and drinking Hughes' famous Mag. touching prayer 601-50- 7 PLUM ST., CINCINNATI, O sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores trttcr, chapthrilling address by R G. Williams added neaia Spring Water. If you or any of ped hands, rhilblaint, corns and ail skin eruptions Ho ture la mention this paper. no pay reputred. It Is curra to the mty I Xt positively tn give piles, or stlsfaction the ocjaslon. Mr. W. J Hot money lusrantced CSSTLEMHS. Sparks becalled ofon a half dozen of our your friends ever come toyou Springsmy refunded, Price t perlcctper box. Fororsalt by cents make would be glad to have V B. McKobxrts druggist. prominentSanday school workers to as place of businesB your headquarters and MANAGERS, eist in distributing presents, and by his I will do every thing posalbleto make it Tbo Qrandost Remedy. Ooifamerce Building, Louisville. careful management all passed off quiet- pleasant for you, and tell all my friends Mr. R II. Gretve, merchant, of Chllhowie, Va, I am still agent for Falls Branch Coal and will certifies that he had Consumption, was given up get such of Coal, ly and pleasantly. Agents Throughout the South. the same. We are expecting tho moet to die, ought all medical treatment thai money keep a supply of all kinds poitlble so youfor Cash. you tried all cough remedies he hear-otrices The Ohrisimas tree at the Presbyter- prosperous season that Hot Springs has cnuld procurrre'icf, spent many nights sitting up tsOtlice,want at the lowest Railrjad Crossing, opposite Mill St. and but got r.o induced lotry Pr King'.New Roller Mills. J.B. HlGGINS. ian cbuich was well attended. The tree ever known. Plsesa give my best re- in a clialr; wt was Slanfird, Ky. Discovery ud curea by use of two bottles. 37 was a thing of beauty. .Every child in gards to all my friends and tell them For past three years has been attending to his LOCAL AGENT, Z business and says Ur. King's New Discovery is a token as Kentucky, Sunday school receiveda glad heart of re- I am getting along first rate, religiously, the grandest remndy ever luade, in it has doue so Stanford, Co hit communiwent physically, politically and financially and mum lor him and also 'orotnura membrance and many 37tf ty. Dr. King's New Is guaranteed for home that night blessing the kind pastor regret very'much that I couldn't spend Cougi.s, Odds and Cinsuiupllun. H don't fail. OT STANFORD, KV., and his wife. A hand of children well Christmaa with them this time, but am Trial bo t es free at W II. McRobetts' drug store. Is now fulljiorgsnucd and teady for busineis wilfc drilled for the occasion entertained the sure I will be there about next April or Something to Know. audience with appropriate exercises prior May. Give my best regards to Ed W. It may be worth something to konw that the Capital of S200.C00 viry best medicine lor restoring tun tired out Paid up A.ROjd'IResllsnce House in Stanford, with to the distribution of presents. Mifs and all the staff. Hoping this check will nern stem to a heal.hv vigor is KlectriC Hit Surplus, . .0,000 lot contains Mamie Jones, who recited so beautifully aU oj store house on same lot. lor sale. The be satisfactory for the I. J., the greatest ters. This rntdliiue is purely vegetable s:oma(h, givlag to the nerve centre In the A acre, and can bj easily divided, putting store- at the contest, recited a poem. Misses newspaper in the world, and you will gently stimulatr the liver and kidneys and aids SlILCKSSOlt to THK LINCOLN NATIONAl house and residence on separate lots. At reasonBANK OK STANFORD, these organs 111 of'tho im;urtie in the able price and en eair terms. Apply to Mary Collier, Pennington and psrdon this long letter, I am SAUNDERS, Stanford, Ky. blscd. Klect'ic llittir improves the appetite, aids I. N. JJU who tvtve Now closing up) with theaamt asset aud ucdei dij$etion nnd is pio.o.mcc.l 11. V. Huqukh. T. Emma Rickles deserve much praise for Youra Truly, trmd 11 a- - th- - vr-- v i"-- l blood purtfii-- r aud nr.ve ibo sau.c management. t iu beautiful arrangement of the tree. at enlc Irti juc and $1 per I'rv 1. By provtiions of itschaiter, depositors sre a. c& ' t re W. B McRobmis- dro JETSAM. FLOTSAHAND fully protected as ais depositors in Nations. Rev. L. M. Scrogss banded the presents Danki, ita shareholders being held individual from the tree and all were quickly disUaole to the eatcul ol the amount ol their atoci year A Curo for Lama Suclz. It ia estimated that during the " it dau.hir. wild, rrcoxin-- g rom an attick thcrem at the par value Uwiccl, in addition to the tributed by Miss Mary Collier and Mr. just closed there were in round numbers shsrus. It may act u .Near Railroad Croising JEatt of Depot, ol tver. w,s a "it ufferr f111 tuln in tne smount invested in such trustee, Ac, aa fully a A. 0. Morrison. t.rovcr.ot bar-dlSTANFORD, KY. in the U. S., and 1,120,-00- 0 back and ' ips mites l.om'onuiub.i- - ol reme s, executor, administrator, 2,170,000 births in individual. Ky. "..dcr utiu,' i,a,..i 1. A horrible butchery occurred neir To those who entrusted their bulaincss to ui dies without any benefit she tried one bottle of deuthe. Corn and Hay taken Good, Clesn, Cheap while mnagiUK tbe Lincoln National Bank I Chambcilaiu's Fun lis) a and it has given entire Stanlord, we we here lender our many thanks an Tdtu'ri Mill on Copper Creek in th'u exchange. Come and se us. in The mint growers of Muskegon P.tm Halm Is alsi a certrust they will continue to transact their bu.ioesi county last Saturday night, in which csunty, Michigan, made enough mint relict." Chamberlain's tain cure Icr rheumaliim. Slid by Craig A Ho;k with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt sttsa-lio- n er, Druggiits. Armn Rowland and Jack Rigaby were tbia year to make 40.000 pounds of oil, to saiuo, our twenty years' ttxpenimce Is m . Sao king and a liberalaccommodatioiis as are coekilled. Par Rigaby, Greely Lear and wnich is worth $1 per pound. Thepr-gsesuvladles of WMstfield, Ind., issued xistent with sound banking. Wisllield News, Andratf llaty are now in jail accused of living near a Woman's ofEdltMn"3, ol the The piper Is filred Edward Rosa, a cow-ho- y April 1896. b.anng date complicity in the awful affair. It seems Huron, 8. D , Bhot his sweetheart to with matters ol iutrest to women and we' notice J J. Williams, ML DtniCToJs: V.rnonj which following ed that all had engaged in a row beyond death because she danced with another the printed, Irom a correspondent, upon thematS. H. Shanks, Stanford; a realizing that it tre.ts itors Ky. J.S.iO-rsteyStanlord; ter of vital Importance t'i tht Ir sex.- - "The best town that afternoon, but no one was fellow. A few hours later he sent a bul- remedy for Croup, Colds and Bronchitis that I Sole proprietor Dean's Black Diamond Roof S J. K.ubry, Stanford; injured. Jack Rigaby, who was a let through his own heart. i.ave been a' la to rind is Charr.berUiu's Cough Paint. Ultimate furnished fur painting Wocd, J, U Owsley, Sunlord; Remedy. For family uss it has n equal. I glad Mtttl and lio . Roo's. Snti. taction uarauteed. brakmau on the L. & N , had been lurAU r;ots psinted with Dein'a Black Dlaraind A widow's club has been organized lv tfcommunil It " at and 50c bottles for sale by J. F Cash, Stanford; Paint guaranteed for years. Dealtrs in bet ed from his home near Louisville to have at South Cato, Montcalm county, Mich., Cralj A- Mocker, Druggists. m William Gooch, Stanlord; . Pumpi and Galvaniied irna Kiltrs( Galvan-Ha- d A. W. Carpenter, ;Mlllci!jr8Til'e, hiai sign pome papers. This he refused with 19 memberp, the avowed object of Persons who arc troubled with indigestion will .1 tt amitlllack Iron Roofing of all kinds. W. H. Cummins, Pr.schiuvllls to do and feared an attack, hence asked which is to induce the immigration of beiutercsteil in theexurii nco of Wui II. Penn, chlet clerk in the railway mail snrvlce at Drs S. H riinnks, President, his cousin to accompauy hhn home. This desiruble young widowers into that re- M(,Ines, Iowa, who writes: "It give, me pleasure Or. J. B. Owsley, Csihier, to testify to the merits of Chim erlain's Colic. ho did, but was nnable to eave the life of gion. W. M. Bright, T.llrr. Choleia and Uirahoca Remedy. For two years I have suffered wifh mdlgc.tion anl um subject tu hia friend. Jack Rigaby had fallen and If. B. RILEY. Proprietor, Mrj. James Slnmban, of Glenwood, treijuent a'ta'ksnf pain In tne t tmach and bowArmpLeir was heating hia head to a presented her husbind with triplets for a els. O le or twa doisl ol this remedy never tails - WiJitlon. to give pulp, when Por Rigsby fired upon and Ooriotmas gift, two boys and one girl Craig &perfect relief 1'r.cet 2 j aud joe. Sold by lUcker, Druggists killed the murderer. It is a distressing Their weight is 31 pounds. Mr. and Mrs. to my new Hotel aad am bettti I liwo matedever to Jack Rigsby leaves a young wife 8tumban have 17 children, three palrB Written on All Classes of Proper- than accommodate tno puDiic affair. . jiBlverr attachod iaa every convenience Of to mourn hia untimely fate. of twins and oue pair of triplets. ty in the Best of Companies. : mi, 'Jive man call. : FRANK RILY. A Bad, sad story comes from NiWs Mr. John G. Pulliam Buys in the Sallye Mason, a young wouiHfcMaiii'rAisaR, Democrat. "The corner stone Mich. Miss SHELBY & SHELBY, of that place, felt so certain tha man of the whole superstructure of Odd Fel be elected that elm wagered HtJSTVVILLg, KENTUCKY. lowahip is fouuded upoa religion, and Bryan would a young m u agiiu&t 0 Oiler, flit services o e pejplo ol West incu'eatea it from beginning to end, Its 1,000 kiBses with ' 11 tibCk of CoCitis from the must attractive lines ol ssmplos to be 11 d Cast ,j.Ji..k oox of glovea on the result. During the tau Casett nlwa, t oc nji d. found My system cl measurement guarantees a chief aims are to visit tho sick, aid the tj Ual.'UliKr, M.ii.hj;' r. uj she has been busily en filtn evnv department. Why experiment l. City. dUtreehed, bury the dead and educate paat six weeks with amcteurs when you c.11 be protected in cv nearly every evening in paying erypunlctilar y tvtng your measuremeul with furnishing a platform broad gged DST -Fi- me t I am also Clats Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very the orphan; A few ntghta ago, however, h A.laable Rates. A portion of your patronise is enough for believer in all creeds toetand the bet. , 18 61a. teSrioCttully solicited. dlopnte arose over the couut, and lu orFor upou and unite in doing good." . tm der that no mistake abti.ll be made, hi tin; We will take your Corn aud Hay at Highest Who can think Coal. Cit.xeus of tome simple Wanted-- An The Untune Joweiry Co., Cincinnati, young woman'd auggesllon, tne ssore whb Prico 111 Exchauge lor aud day Costot Stanford All Work Gjaraiitvcd. ttllctr touatent? you Coin if you arc we wl 1 at your Ideas i tbey may bring you wealth. ia in bard linaa and haa asked for a re wiped out and the count begun all over our Coal nil Book your orders for Coal. Customers. l?cctJOHN IVKUDEHiiUHN CO., Patent Attor. .Vrlla , JE3rfE D. WEAREN. NOEL & SJN, SumforJ, K y. Washington, D. Cfor their l.fiU prise oSr ceiver. gain. una lUt or two hundred Inventions wanted. Smi-Week- ly $; en MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE CO. Wo wish yon a happy New Year. Mrp. Fannie Thompson entertained ubliehd Evory Tuesday and Friday tho charade clnb Tuesday evenlnst. Mra. AT The W. 0. T. U. wilt meet with 2?Klt YWaVR. I2C Dr. A. G.Lovell next Wednesday. not sopaid S2.50 will be charged.T The lovely home of Mr. Sam near town waa burned Saturday Interior Jqurnr: WAYNESBURO. CONFEDERATE VETERANS. a - (Bank : Stock. GARLAND m SINGLETON Is candidate for Superintendent TubUc Schools At Executor of John M. Hail, deceased, t will sell of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the at public auction on democratic party. Monday, January J. F. 1IOLDA9I for Assessor or Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic patty. Is a candidate Zolli-coffer- 's Mc-Oln- ro ZEOIES ZREIkTT. SAMUE1. M. OWENS r.. ,..11,1.1. tnr KharirTnf I. In ml n Countv. sub ject to the action of the democratic party. E3IMETT McCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, mbject to tht action of the democratic oarty Your support is taincslly solicited. Stockholders' aicclliige M. F. EL.KIN la a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. .Ju.ig JOE T. EMBRY ts a cand'idate for Assessor of Lincoln Couuty. subject to the actlou il the democratic party, and earu.atly asks your support. Stockholders' Meeting. ROYVl Rrg-tncn- C. G. BAKER of Lincoln, subject to for Aste-io- r action of the democratic party. 1 hinklng the Southern end ol the county is entitled to a slice ol the pie be atks your support. I. . nmli.lite Feath-erstone- 'a Stockholders' Meeting. WILLIAM MORELAND Is a candidate lor AssVsor of Llncotn.ubJect to the action of the democratic party. He kindly asks your support Commissioner's Sale. SAM W. MKNEFEE County, tub- 1. . .. w. ..y-..M.1.IUH. i,. Ch.rin r Lincoln , Ject to tne action 01 tne u.mw.i"w , . -- AKlMg Pure. Brig-ade- FOB. riir.tie SAI-E- . .1 com-Imii- POWDER eon-fine- d Monday, Jan. -law, Suburban H.me. Containing Ten For Kale. Has on it a good, Acre of Dwelling of hia Rooms, aud all necessary outbuildings. One yard hydrant and one for i teiiog stock, also a splendid, never niiiug we,.. For luttUr particular, apply .0. p n&.t Maufdld, Ky. j0 Bere-nadu- rs. r"D J&. St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, tST u, Ky. "ttia Post-OQe- Mc-Clur- e, r, A. PRICE, Stanford, Ky. mm 3?EaTW2", 'o FAIR WARNING, sal-lil- y We want to give these who own us fair warning that we shall give them two weeks raoi to settle and if liny do not come up in that up with lime, we shall put their accounts In the hands of M KHtllOM A GKKKKo anothcrr. d MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS In Lincoln county, Ky.,stc percent. , semi annual interest: no commission charged, Addiess GhO. W HAW. Room 17, Kenjon Building, lAutsville, Ky. r or blank appiicsuons ana rur- trier iniormatien, miuire ou. n Saunders, At- torncy, Stanlord, Ky. W. B. c mrki M Uentiat, Stanford, Ky. Ik-ref- Tu-sda- txmi roc;viEjoi.p Patents Wanted. (.NEW MILLINERY. Tbe latest things In Fa.l and Winter MlllUeiy now In stock and the ladies of bUnford and vicinity are Invited local) in and see the latest styles. Miss larboe has arrived and Is ready to wait on her old customers and as many new ones as wld MISS I.ICCIK BEAZI.EY. cume. titanlotd, Ky. INSURANCE COMPANY BSRBEES All persons desiring Locust Poits for plank fence post and railing or wiie f.nee, can find what they want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the plkr leading from Crab Orchard to olanlord, I alio keep always on hands good supply of plank for fencing. All kinds ot lumber for building purposes; als boards snd shingles. All persoas desiring any article ol this kind can call on nil at nr itore near Cedar trr.it G. W. HINGLKTON. June 16, 9 aH COAL ! D. S. ld CARPENTER, OF HUSTONVILLE, shtll first-clas- f, W. A. T, Farmers Banlc&Trnst jobs in every rcspuct Ifyouwaut a bargalu call at once and see the bills and get you a vehicle that will give you latislaction sure. House with six rooms to not at reasonable price. Situated on Main street. D. ti. CARPF.NTalt. Respectfully, Will sell at cost two llurgies, one cut-undvery fine Surrey. The Buggies are s RESIDEtfCEiFOR SALE. Two Farms For Sale, Farm No. 1 contains 191 acres In Washington couaty, Ky . the greater part of which Is In grass; well watered; with good improvements, including new metal rool tobacco barn f.ir 10 acre crop. This farm Is situated in what is pronounced the belt district in Kentucky for White Hurley Comfortable residence house. Farm No, a contains 300 acres in same locality, with brick dwelling. Large slock and tobacco barns. Oncol the best improved farms in .the county. Both farms are In fine state of preservation, well watered ond fence!. Close to K. it. depot, schools, market and on a fine turnpike. For information apply to J. N. SAUNDERS, Stanford, Ky. 10 o. u) to-i- e 2t ITOEEi DEALERS SON, IN COAL, N-t- .le - J. T, JONES, Stanford, Cooke's e tin & Sheet Iron Works, Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Doils, Pustules, , Ber-ioui- ly Cts-ii- ca Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and RILEY HOUSE Kentucky. Fire Insurance Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it VST Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by tar J. T. STJTTOIT. Har-rodrfhu- rg Arops. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Kentucky. Junction Idea Gentlemen's Clothing Made to Measure Lin-.o- l-j otioe it ar22iQrs. tho Lexington Agont Stoam Laundry. 'i-vn- W. H. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & I locker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. " F. ,B. Twidwell, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Jkazley & "Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours lorj Health, Jam its T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. I '&- M&lfA. JU .&JVtlki,ki,ftlimt'mij U.U.ii a '1 vifmtotkM:bA it. AtM&