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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897010801 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. tH VOL. XXV. Mwm.mwna. i i Weekly Interior J OURNAL. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY. JANUARY 8. 1897. d M ? NO. 88 KIDD'S STORE, j Fred Momett Wjnt lo Nor walk, 0., Meiules nrw still risking in tliin court ty HDtl whole families uroilowniil their to enjoy the holidays with hia parents nnd other chil.'rn. servicH. .Santa Claim left only a c.rd ol Rood extrn. Senator J. 0. Ly thinks an but rottices to iinme wiahi'HBnd reitreta at many homes where session jiececK.iry, hitherto his remembrances Imvu been his choice (or Senntor. jy Thi) lino rebhleiirn of K hut Ilnrrie. oventoof ureal hilaiity. An unprecedeiiiHil number of tre'ea with ttnnrly nil of ita contfiits, wfcn went down nefore Sunday's Kale. Oorn Loph iboiit $'J,60). by flru. W. I Wualoy tins soitl hia renounce shock .mil huy atackh wore flcatterd like on Miller Avoatiu to his brother, Huocli, at rim mi ml tlie tltttimcH Ih ijrent. The latent ho winm of wheat in this for iOOO unil moveil to it Monilny. Sttverul validities h on ") bulle- neighborhood have bsen greatly (laning-eu the unfavorable ouditions, certin bonnl for tins Olirltitiiius, but up to writing none yet hm occurred, but tain exposures upptrently ilestroyrfd. his Tmh wtMther of December proved tnny in the near future ab the tlnjH roll by. with us almost a ompleto reverie of the Many families from K intern Kn- - ureal Hicks' forecasts, nnd few observers tucky aro lo;tln in the Kutern part of recall a Christmas holidsv season of such the, county to raise tobacco and dice)' springlike, benignity ha tlt of 1S0O. may yet rival tho f jreiijn lands in the Henry IVtnberton, of I'iittnwn, sold quality of her weed. his frm to 8un 8 nock and fin removed "Aunt" Mary Moran, who Iib been to the mountains of Est Teunepsue, confined to her bed for several months where limber is more plentiful. Henry y on account of a fractured hip, la is an and hii ozpert growing worse nnd as ahe ia ad nzmnn nnd lumberman. vanced in years her recovery ia considerJohn I'rice Imh hnd n severe tussle ed doubtful. with tliH Kiiushnt wound he received by the MiddleburK OlllcerH elei-tehreo or four days after the late election, lodk-- tbiayear: J. T. Wealey, V. M ; hut ttitiilcp, niw, that ho will aoon be able Q.H. Jones, 8. W.: W. L.HoUr,J. S; to visit L'xtnutou and poao for an Xray J V How. T.; J. M. Durham, S ; J. photograph in ipest of the 158 bullet II. Allen, S. D ; J. W. Oarson, J. 1).; M. which Is the source of all his ills. 8. MeMiiiiun.a. A T TllMTt tt'Ml tlmill.lt In ttw. -- The new residence o, j. C INXkk.oh Jom.N.L at our o.lice up to Ust orth of town. w,l be -- " w,eK nnu tnrouKn nu ' nxious tuat Tue,dy'a didn't Sm U McUormack, K,.. U. 0. ,, , x neenpted i InviUt on lo . eil.a.1. It. ,ni3(.Hf ,,,,,. , ' ,,,u "derviceh third Sunday in this inonih ' a premeditated atrike. It is The dee amatory contest that was to liQ9 eheerftillv conceded that you ve taken pi ice here on Christmas day e(.rv,j holiday. bythevouui: ladies of the Janie Wash, Oppos t on to tho marriage of Jim Institute .wi.l as poatpined, wlli occur IVmberton and Mias .losie Wilson led on Friday niht, Jan. !sb h, and luilirn- j,,,, , lnVrtl0 thu Cll)rk'a ot!jce Ht U,erty tlouaat o It to stirpawi ah pievlousonea aut demand license on atrenRth of nn or in tnia section. der. Dr. Dye is u chirouraphic connois-- benntorJ. 0. Uy, of this county. .iir, ami had thn nrtlc o beemip to his hasnnnMtnced Jiimsolf a cindidate for calliKraphlc8tandard, absence of anv aupuriutendent ol public pcIiooIb, ,itHre W(l Hln) WBrrMn, for our pUlC. BUbJect to the republican primary '" tilious friend's that the since tho withdrawal of I. iIhIm bo postponed till the prerequiBito II Taylor, the rocs now lies between preliminaries cjiiIiI be more akiufnlly him and It H. Uctur. simulated. (ja HtronKth 0f prpMe,i intHrn8 The writer ud several "youuuHters" ol niicud- - tinH, ,ime'alllsm uur a of tills place ha I te mill ran near-intho social k ven at the Kxchamte Ho-- ly R wook Mk t,m KteV( H.(tu ,, jn t d of Liberty hnJiy niijht and euj yed creaHe,i (orCB ur rtrKu percintauo (33$, the event to the lul t extent aud Here- - an xtrft hntj 0(,,D( rP(jarBl i0 wi.j by return tliaiUd to tne yotuu people oi o!! lia ,jU;Jl ill Vardeman'a new mb- that p"aco for the royal minner In which urban box cottage, Jim Wnuhl'a new we er enlerlirned. corn crib with wagon ahod annax, and -- Hevoral Lincoln county a'ock men uu addition td the viUrku blacksmith liavo been hero thH week calling the im- j Hi10,, Mre olu,r pronounced evidences of ports ol our lanners nueiy receiei irnm necessity, which may be construed Adair and Kan ell counties. A nong the proiifa of returulct;' prosperity. Opti nuirtbir we uilsse tne "SmiunK" Jim mUtic promieers of fmuroved buBinesi Allen, but ft the honeymoon is on "we under a KOld ataniUrd curreucy aro oxcuse" and here's hopint! tiiat "Joomi" cheerfully furnisheil this additional wet- married days may b the happiest blanket for every calamity howliug Dr. 1.8. Weliy is no lomjer a one and doctor, but a Recently in a coterie of Hound monpulls the atriHisa over as nice a pir as ey Keiitluuien who represented banking, you cotmnonly llnd. Whiljtho doctor mining, merchandising and farming, one puts on consiilerable '"airs," yet ho rH observed: "Gentlemen, I am a sound mains on a level with the balance of us money advocate and am not to be unand a more enterprising youni: M. D. can derstood as going back on that principle, not b found In this region. hut the good times promiMod haven't John Wesley has rented his farm to come." No farmer referred to advanced Jesse Clovdand left ti day to travel for a prices of whu.it, as not one farmer in a publishing house of riilcago. William tliouiind is u beneficiary of that, and Thoitus a'so rented the farm of W. T. the exaggerated estimate of the corn Coulter and will take charge next week, j L.r,m t,fore harvest accounted for the John Wilcher and family leave to dar ' ,dvaure of that cereal to little more than for Jackson, for their future home, where ,lrtl, tjle c08t 0j production. So rise In Mr Wilcher will enter the atave buti- -' pnCHH 0 uuy Uinl of farm stock was nees " ureu. ltie miner complaiued of mater- Ml shortage of his output to meet all de HOLT. OF UOXOlt. mauds, and the only rosy tint (?) patenThefo liwingis the roll of honor of the ted es in the baukcr'a nsaurance thnt StnnfoMl pnb'ic school for the 1th month: money is plentiful and ou tilt edgnd cc leader, 00; lateral obtainable nn easier leruii since Grade VI, Caewell Snnfl-yKllis Dedman Hl, vSu the e. cctioo. Hut, ic was aqked, 'VVhat Susie Hatcher 01; which Bio Saunders SO; James Carpenter nnd ini'0tmenta can be suggested Wrnren Hughes SS; James l'lullips fcO, promise n borrower profit?" A merchant of long experisncedeclnred that he nevand Grimes Heaz'ev S5. Grade V, Addle McClnry, leader, 89; er knew such deprtasion of trado and Oiay Hupley 80; Letcher Grin8tead ami foela that till the farmer experiences a aeaaon of prutlt, the merchant must BufRobert WoodB 83. Grade IV, Frank Harnett, leader, 03; fer in sympathy. Our banker friend aeea Emmett Cabboll 02; Lula llelden SS; John no promise to farmers till another aeries 87; Myrtle O'liunnon; 0, nnd of crops have been raised and marketed. MeueN-Moreover, itdoeaaeem that Mr. McKin-le- y Addie Knstlaud So. will repudiate as unautbonzjd the O'Bannon, leader, Grade III, Ilonerta 03; Carrie llalcher nnd Welch Uocheator campaign promises of pie to the mug01; Annie Hewitt nnd;.Johnnio Spidell wumps who now c'aim to have elected him, md would collect their wagea. The SS; George Menefee 87. leader, 03; outlook certainly continues gloomy for Gratlell, LeGrandeJoiue, Jim UobNswland:9l,:Clara Cooper 00, all hut a few simou pure republicans without taint of African or mugwump Howard Withers 89. Grade I, Itoscoe Spidell leader, 01; Mat Btraina. -- Thnt the days of miraclea have not tie McOlary andMary Burch 03; Frances ct'ined few who ever saw the feats of nn Cooper 00. Grade I', Jonephlno llrady, Fred Cook, nccompliahed prcatidigitateur doubt, and of healing by laying on of Willie Dedman, Katie Pence, Maud Per-ri- that tne gtft Warreu hande, with incantation?, adjurations and Irwin Newland, Martraret is still possessed by general hocua-pjcuand Clyde Withers So. attendance for Him month 73; a me, though the uubject hasn't even Average tbaiiufiiiitiasiuml amount of faith for the term of four months ,60.89; toto removal of mountains, I am tal number enrolled to date 129; average constrained to confess. Not long ago I 11. rmuo for tho month 01. ctuaed eeyeral good atudenla felt it a sid duty to publish Dra. Red and I'. Jcflersou Hatcher as tobeabbout from examinations, benco John Urirfht Hoodoos mountebank in failure to retheir uam6a aro not on tho roll of honor. move a wnrt from E. L. Grubbs principal, Misa Ethel articulation of right index linger by thir Wrlaltt iisistant, Mifs Annie Mataey pu- cabalistic abracadabras and other weird usaiatnnt. pil and mysterious formulae. I contritely d j;'"''-uall- r e Utl..-il- J'"'''. , . j .., ... ,, sm ,.,, I,,, ma-me- de-ha- - - I au-sti- n.p-Marcha- t -- . pl-ns- j n 1 j V" - t j Nea-au- a. one-hort- two-hoi- m , - ; , both gentlemen are eminently endowid as hoodooaand that Dr. Hutcher neutral-ir.tho remedial virtues of Dr. Urigtu'a treatment aa soon as lie roalz-- d that it woaa good opportunity to deAtroy a in n htaler. As It wb inconvenient to consult Dr. Bright I repaired n Dr Hatcher, unenrked and nmptied nfrvr vUu of wrath wjtn of hii excrescence which a b coning auunylng. I now remember that thu deluge of tevilement tailed to r'tifll i D. IlHtchor's Htuiling severity whilst tie manipulated tho wsrt. and infor tied m that, I hid not obaerv-ehl-iiijiuc:ioH, aisj h dclined in translate some potent mum'nery vhich was challenged. That wart fell into en iiumedinto decline after that interview and is now 'I lie SAMUEL 110CKER lIEUr,SR, gentlemin are authnriz'd to alilx my a ime and address to thisteatimoaUl and Wne born on tbeOih iiy of April, 1315, incorporate it with ofhor advertising ' nar 'illedeevtii', nn the farm now matter in their next Almanoc. .owned by Dr P. V. Logan. His fnther'a nam" was George Helm and hia mother's CllAliOllCHAIlD IE znbeth Hocker. to wlmtn were born The L & N. latin ving about 1,0.10 ties 12 children Hnd of tl em "Uncle Sam," as loaded at Crb Oithuil this week. Hie eul jct .f thia sketch ia familiarly -- Tho Koyer Wheel Co., with .1. L Known, iatlie oDly one now living. The Jarrott as their agent, is beginning lo buy hitllt plxc(.f lite hither wns ill a fort flpokes agdn and bushiest Is lookiug up. ner MiMedceviHe sml of hip mother Win. Stuart lias heeu confined to his Nearly 07 yetira ago TurnHrvid bed for several weeks with la grippe. Mr. ' Uncle Sam" lined the Obrietian Hunch John Buchanan foil out the door Monday at Mc('ortiMi:K and ia nMd one nl its and dislocated his shoulder. Ho is rest- wirtny members. At Hie rum of 23 be ing easy at pliant. mirricd Mien Bnrnet'n Helm, who whs I). O. Payne has moved his family to consideied n etrikirgly lnMii'some young London. L. A. PeMus ban moved his lady nr.d xho at 'his time is Mill hie family to Livingston. Thorn, Chapped ivnig hf'iimi'H and aii titi)Hinl!y good is dangerously ill of pneumonia at his looSsttii; n.il Isily. SI hia a'so been a home near Chtenheim. in"iiher of McCorniMik el urcb ever tir.ee The fltun room of J. H. Colli-Chr'stian wrs hliH wms 10 nnd is nn i . broken opii iait week Htid aaveral BackB woman. To them v err born S rhi'drcn, of flour and other goods taken; the rnon-e- three of nl om t'tey tend-r'- y inid awsy drawer wns broken open aud about 10 yenranno in the cemetery of t tie old opporo taken, which was nil the money church van!. Him five livne Hi It. ar: Miss IMtie Holm, whom I vcnlv -- W. C Hu'cbins, Wasioto, hasmor hlivn hs kept in mind tlM Ibblicsl ed his family to Lincoln county. Mrs. that "they who niHrrv i'n Pollock, mother of Mra. Ora Pleasants, w.', hut ihey that marry not. t'o bet wns stricken with pmly8is at the home or;" Mr'. Zm Tribhle, who has two of Mrs. Napier, near May wood, and is in o iHdren livinL', Mrp. IVliu Taylor and a eerioiis condition, with but slight hopes Miss Anniw Tribhle, nnd ne ho, George, of hur recovery. Miss Stlhu Green wont dead; G o't Thomss Hel'n, nhn Iihk to Stanford Wednesday to resume her three dreu dead and four living, Mrs. position at the Joseph Price Infirmary. Dr. Wadewortb, Joe Hill, Hnllie and Misses Bertie James and Margaret Pattii; Mrs. O. J. Thurmond, who has Ritchie enterNiued their friends at tho three chii.treu, Mies Kflin, George and Holdam House Friday night. EveryWilli.; ittid Sam Helm, Jr., who ban body was well entertained and feasted. been married several jhm-but haa no Mies Bessie Carson and brother, Thomas, children. Tliua it will be observed that eutnrtaiued their frieLth at their aunt's, in all there have been 13 Mis Brooks, Saturday night. Mr. John nine of whom are living, and all considShaw Kdmiston made candy and all were ered unuauilly bright. "Uncle Sam" made Hweet belore leaving. haa hen an exceedingly active Every family in Crab Orchard is man aud haa at limes owned fnrms al more or lesi afllicted with la grippe. It the way from Milledgevjlle to Turnere- would be impossible to meution tbe vi'le, and said he Hie other day "I can numbers who aro confined to their bed make any yonog man feel mighty from this dreaded dl8ease. J. W. James tired when night con.es who will do is Is in Cincinnati on business. Prof. E. much of most aoy kind of work in a day B. Ritchie goes to Stanford to as I can." For the last i'0yeas he has study law with Col. T. P. Hill. Misa Mar- lvnd on his farm locited right at the garet Ritchie will aoon leave for Texas, m'e l "Peyton's Well." On Tuesday of where alio will spend the winter with lust week children, and her uncle, Col. Bishop, and wife. J. B. neighbors gathered at hia hospitable Gilkersou baa moved his mill to town on home to enjoy a Christmas dinner, and one of Col. Buchanan's lots Bona to get a ai I knew H would be a big one and a Rubatautial foundation. goj.i one, it took jti.t one invitation to aecure my nsaiatancr in do'n justice to DEATH DOINGS. thnt dinner. It is a great pleasure to Mre. W. A.Tnbuio is in receipt of a vi'it hi? honid, which is aa hospitable na telegram tolling of tho death of her any in the laud, hto htih Btring always grandmother, Mra. Lucinda Pickett, in swinging nn the outeide. Hen a wool democrat, trn as steel, an Mason county. Sho waa 82 years old excel-n- t neighbor, a true friend and the and died of a complication of troubles. Col. Jacob Harlan died at liiathome world woti'd bo much better were there near Hedgeville, Tuesday night of more 'ike "Unc'u Sim" thin there are. Bright's disease. He was 70 yeara old Having lived nn upright, Christian life and waa one of the moat bigoly respected fornparlyS2 long years, he enjoys the citizens in Boyle county. Some 40 years coofi lenco of nil, which I know nflords ago Col. Hitrlan bought Crab Orchnrd him daily consolation as he descends t) e Springi whicti he rau for several yearB, wis em slope of life's hill. His health since wliicti time he had been farming at present is good enoug'i to Remit of in Boyle. Of the children that u viv thu prediction tnar Uu will round out 100 him are Mrs. I M. Dunn, Mrs. A. P yeara, nnd hers's hoping that he will. Jok F. Waters. Bruce and Mrs. It. I). Bruce. xhl-hition Kh Doors. Sash and Blinds, Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles, Etc. For the year 1S97 I will furnish a better quality of material. at closer prices than ever. Studing and Joist run through the planer and sized. Boxing dressed one side all seasoned stock. d t A. C. SI N El, - - Stamford, Ky. smack-stiiooth-gon- A WORD TO YOU I j During the year just closed we have tried hard to serve you well and we believe we have succeeded, "Good Goods at Low Prices," is our motto and "Fair Dealing to All," our watchword. For your patronage in 1896 we are very thankful and promise you to do all in power to merit a continuance of it during the year just begun. Our stock of Groceries, Hardware, Chinaware, Dry Goods, SHOES, &c. , was never more complete and our prices arc in correspondence with the hard times. "Gct a St. at Hotel Special dinners on courts and public days. first-class r JFARRIS St HARDIN, when dinner Asaph the you come o town. 1 i -- r Ti'.' i ;:'. 1 Ul y (SfflAIL . ifili tii j " I . $i n :)i Buy your Coal now before it : goes up, for tlie Winter. 1 CSTAll Farm Products taken in exchange. 1 ; 1 J. H. BAUGHMAN , , XX iilsssyii'.ps) hiu & CO. ssajpssayaa fi tmyww . ,t .syy saySne tsas-sssssiay 4 ay tM 9t irn Rai .HI h grand-childre- THE STA1TFOKD FEMALE WILLIAM COLXiEGE. SKELTON, President. 2 Thorough courses in Latin, Greek, French, English Students 135. Teachers 7 All specialists. Mathematics, Natural and Moral bciencis. Music, Art and Elocution. Situated in the famous il'ue Grass section ot Kentucky; dutinsinihed far hcaltniulneM of climate, beauty of scenery, refinement of society. Kail Seeaion opens Septomber 7. Hefore deciding .where you will sen I jour daughters next year, be sure to write for Our New Catalogue. Address, MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFIiEY, Lady Principal, Stanford, Ky. atf y-i- t to-d- ay UNDERTAKING UY tit graud-cbildrs- n jr. & Also carry a nice HrciiARTt AndFuneral Director line: ot Practical Trimmer, BmTaalmer Harness, Saddles. Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e dyed-in-th- notice:. Notice is herebr xwen to all concern-- d rhat Certificate No. 16 tssui'd by the Nat'onal Hank ol llustonville, Ky , 10 J. 1'. Klannanau, Cecd , has been lott and th.t the undcri(;ii'U will apply to the Hoard ol Dirrcto s of said Hank on or alter said Certhe 1st day of Ktbruary nVxt to tificate to the undcrs c icd ur his asticnees J I.. 11RUCK, t Adin'r J. V. Flui'jiiu, deed. 85-6- t cleared, I Mill, well timbered, 12 acres and spring. A cood Milk Cow and Heifer also for sale. Address. Albert Wetiel, care J E. Bruce, flianford. good oichaid tr A nniTlCI Kn Fire Insurance Written on All Classes of Property in the Best of Companies. MT. VJHIXOX, ROCKCASTLE CO Miee.;Ellen Burner spent the holi- days tie re. There wero 75 students at tbe college on Monday aud more are expected. Mr. Elgrtr Albright ia assisting the toachiuK force at tho.Colleglate Institute. Rev. Henry N. JFaulconer, of Danville, commenced ia series of meetings here on Tuesday evening at tbe Presbyterian church. The Bimriae prayer meeting at the Prrabytorian church'.onljthe first morn- inof the New Yenr.called out about GO peraona. Tho meatinr waa led by Rev. Luther M. Scrogg. Itev D. McDonald preached in the evening, to a largo audience. To the KlitorJot the Interiorjounal HUliliLE. n, R L. White 8ld George Wooda aomefat hogs at 3 s. Mra. 0. R. Harria sold aome clover hy to F. Rigney aud Or STANVOUO, KV., others at 30c per hundred in tha Block. Jacob Robinson, of Atlanta, 6a , ia Unovf lullj'orcanited and ready lor buimen in to aoo his manv friends fur a few days. S2U0.0tt Jamas Green has moved to the Bland Paid up Capital of . shop on new Danvil'a and Lancaster Surplus, A ,00, pike. Tom Mc.Melou and hia smith, LINCOLN NATIONA John Vandeyer, of Harrcds.burir, have SUCCKSSOlt to THE STANFORD, BANK OK tiken charge of tbe Hubble shop. Geo. Wooda and family have moved into the Now clMine up) with the same asset and unci, the same management. Blackorly property here and wmre glad t y provisions of its chatter, depositors art t to welcome them among m. Mm. S.J. lull ptuttcted as am depositors in Nat. ilaiiks, ilnbnlo tins gone to Lexington to see her lutole to its shareholders being held individuu. s.. the extmi ol the aiuouui It. thertiu at the par value Uiereol, in of their la .. husband who is there homg treated additiou D Bruce is improving s o wly after a hard amount invested in such shares It hk) act spell of pneumonia. Col. Rice is very excutor, administrator, trustee, 4c, as 'u'y aa individual. poorly with Bright's diseom. To those who entrusted their Kumucu . Farmers Bank&TrasI 0 Gentlemen's Clothing Tiltidc to Measure atlraitnx linM of sample to be found My system ol measurement guarantees a perfect fit in evrrv department. Why experiment with ameteurs when you can be protected in ev eryparilcular by Itutlug your measurement with met I am also from the most Agent For the Lexington Steam Laundry. All Work Guaranteed. JESSE D. WEAREN. .itr V'OU ARKGOIN G.. THK...... ( State Board of Examiners will convene at this place ou thu 29th day of thia month for the examination of applicants for certificates of eligibility to th oflke of county superintendent. No other special examination will be held tor this purport, thia year, but peraona who to take the examination after this can, of courdo, do so at their respective county ncats next July or August, as in Biy that more bo, their pardon in hope of escaping section 37, school law. The horse pipora a V. J. Davidson. breeding will be done this year thau for tht'ir wrath In wraithful visitation of th-- tr dit u'caauru. 1 no'V be'ievo that Supt, Pub, Inst. Lur year. the pabi nee-Ojsur- y Fhankkoht, Ky., Jan. 5. Kindly through your paper thai the CONFEDERA TE VETERANS. those Living in Lincoln County. In addition to the camci or 27 ol Lincoln conn ty surviving Coufediute loldteri publ'thed in our lait, theit are ajdnl: George P. Hriiht, Co. E., 7t Teun., For ml' ' Comnand. Thomas O'Dear, Co. B., J North Carolina RegA Partial List of while mnaglnt; the Lincoln National IU-- V Staalord, we we here tender our many tnanti trust the) will coutluue to tiauaact H.011 L...i prompt a with us, offering as a guarantc t.oa to saue, out twenty jcai . jipcin-jw- . as bonkinarmdas libeiBlaccnauiO(iii-t.istent with sound banking. e .t-- e . S,c-...i- ba I J. itilliatns, Alt. Wrnon; S. ntRKCTOP Louisville 4. Nashvhic R. R. J. ii. shanks, cuuioid, i. O .1.,, aUnlord; S J I the liae for you, as its mptscarpo-phalanijH- ui Esbry. Stanford, de-air- e iment, Pendcr'a UiiRadr. The best lalve in the world lor cuti, bru!i torvt, ulctri. talt rheum, fever aorea tetter,' chap-,o- d bands, chilblains, corns and all ikln eruptions, st positively cures piles, or no pay tcputred. It Is luranteed to Eive perlect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 95 cents per box. For sals by V. 11. Duotcltn'a Arnica Salve. , J. B I . C"un. htarfnrd V.'illiain Gooch, Sunturd, A. W. Carpenter,.JtlllrdgevUli. W. II. Cummins, Preacher) vlll Ur. t 0ley, Suntori: x.K;nlJae Daily Make close connections at Tiffl OCISVILLE And 0IN0INTfi'fI ror all points. HKOUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Tor oy information enquire of JOES. HICK. Arent, Stanford, j S. H. t tsnks, Firsident J. B, OwsJey, Cashier, McRoberU druggist. ' W. M. Bright, Teliei. SEMI- - Stanford. Ky., Jan. 8, 1897 W. P. WALTON. which baa benn roIdr Irom bad to worse for eevernlyeate, hnsit last sunk to tbo bottom and is no lonRer entitled to the respect of democrats. Owing its reputation almost exclusively to its great editor's fight acainst a protective tarifl it now crawls on its conviction to the iIorb and overvtbinR for expediency by sacrifices saying it will without hesitation submit to the highest of protective) tirilTs. Toor old paper. Us influence with democrats hnvinj? vanished along with it, their eupport.it must now appeal to its enemy to help it in its extremity. submitThe idea of the Courier-Journthe highest ting after all its blowing to protective tarifl under any circumstances would be regarded as preposterous, were not Its readiness of late years to casta sail to windward, become fully familiar to itB reader. Lost entirely to ilemoc racy and cone over body and soul to its most hated policy, the fall is a sad one and we part company with it more in sorrow than anger, for we have loved the paper in days pst even as a fond son loveB a doting mother. Tint Condor-Journa- l, an-cie- nt al On hearing the report that 200 raiders had formed in Mercer county and would destroy the last toll gate Monuay nigui, companies Gov. Bradley called out and sent them to of the State guards that county under command of Ool. E H. Galther, who stationed them around a number of gates to stand guard the bitter cold night. Several were nearly frozen to death. No raiders, nor sign of to raiders came, tho troops marched and grim visiged war smoothLsxinton ed its wrinkled front. The raidera may beanddoubtlpss are cowards all, but they are not fco'a and hearing of U 0 movements of the army they did not run their hoada in a hornet's nest. How to deal with these mobs is a problem, but certainly the militia cin't stop themi the been beaten had it not been for the d!- unless they are stationed at overy gate rectaid given to to them by the Flower, in the 8tate and kept there. Schurz and Cockran eectiou of the de Judge Lewis la now chief justice of tbe mocracy. St. Louis Tbe perusal of such articles as these court of appeals and the lumbering old concern is agnin in session, after meeting from a republican paper is not calculated Monday and adjourning till Wednesday. to make democrats who stock to their There are 2,000 cases on the docket and candidates feel very well towards those the court is tbree years behind, but the who deserted them in the hour of need. judges get their pay whether they work MORE NEWS NOTES. or not, bo connting the summer vacation and doubling all the holidays that thev Seven nuns were burned to death in take, the court is not in session much a convent fire in Canada. more than half its time. The cry now is Fire destroyed six business houses for more judges, though the number has and Beveral other buildings at Mayfield. two. not long since been increased by The car shed and supply house of What we need is not more judgeB, but fie Owensboro Electric railway burned. better ones who will work. Loss to bk Seiple, of Tiffin, While Miss O., was curling her hair the irons slipped It is said that Congressman Settle and struck her eye, causing the loss ol will make his eon his private secretary. the sight of it. Mies Lizzie Fogle has announced Alexander Waltzfelder, a bookmaher candidacy for school superintendent ker's cashier, died in New York from tho of Casey. effects of poison contacted by holding B.J.Clay, of Richmond, Wfs bank notes in hie mouth. Mrs. appointed one of tho lady commissionTbe census of Atlanta, Ga., nrt ers to the Tennessee Centennial Exposi- completed, showB a population of 83,'XX). tion by Gov. Bradley. If the suburbs were counted tho populaAt Atlanta, witnesses havo been tion would he at least 90,000. summoned in the cso against Judge old Maine boy stole a calf A John L. Sweat, whom Populist Vanty ekin from one store and sold to another, Carter licensed publicly in the Senate, of from which he atom a aneep skih iii- -i u conduct with his typewriter meriting sold to the loser of tho calf skin. impeachment. Charles B. Smith, the Louisville hatA. Boiea Penrose, 8enator Quay's ter, who jumped from the Big Four candidate, was nominated for United bridgo three weeks ago, died Monday of States Senator by the joint ropublicon nervous shock resulting therefrom. caucus of the Pennsylvania Legislature. Tho Germani Hank, capital The choice was made on the first ballot. the AUemonia Bank, capital J200.-00Penrose receiving 133 votes and John and the West Sido Bank, capital Wanamaker 75. $100,000, all of St. Paul, siiRpendel. Both Houbcs have passed the bill . The Uopklnsvllle Kentnckian says abolishing tho death penalty In niBny many Christian county Negroes are on cases, rne present letierai laws proviue v,o ir..u nf aturvAtion. ami haunt the the death nenalty for CO oflenaes, the hog killings for chitterlings for food. now law will leave only five offenseB John Crnea, a St. Peters, O., youth punishable by death, viz.: Treaaon, rape, shot himself through the heart while murder and two offenses against army telling his sweetheart good bye. Unreand navy discipline. quited love and jealousy was tho cause. The democrats in Bourbon have fixLewis George Clark, the original ed their primary for May 22 and adopted George Harris, was too feeble to play hifl the following resolution: "Believing part In Uncle Tom's Cabin Bnd he has that the best interests of the people of back to Lexington. He is 80 Kentucky are bound up with the demo- been sent odd. cratic party and knowing from experMrs. Polly Brannnm.aged 10S, died ience tnat democratic control in local afat Knoxville. Until four years ago fiho fairs is absolutely essential to the peowas very profane, but Bbe jolnod Unple's welfare, we trust tbat all democrats, and had bf on a devout member regardless of differences of opinion upon church since. questions of National policy, will unite During tho past 12 months more in the selection of good men for the ofll- Sl.400.000 ban buen expended in cs, thus Insuring to Bourbon county an thanconstruction of public edifice, busiefficient and economical administration the ness houses and private dwellings In Atof local affairs." lanta, Ga. It is safe to assume thnt at least An electric ship with 14 prnnHes 0 voted for McKinley. Over which is expected to mnko 45 milts Hn more democrats helped McKinley the ocean in three days, indirectly by voting for Palmer instead hour Hnd rross a trial Ht Providence, R. I., will begin of Bryan. The honest money democratundoubtedly turned the scale in this week. ic vote Mies Emma Barbour, a voung school California, Deleware, Kentucky, Marymarm in Jefferson county, who whipped land and Oregon, and probably in Indiaa bad boy pupil and was tried on achargo na and West Virginia. That is to say, wm sustained by the county republicans would probably have of cruelty, POLITICAL POINTS. D-le- ifA TRIXONIAL MA TTEIIS. lames C. Ball-- y, 27, and Mlm Eliza EuhankB, 22, wore married in Stanford Wednesday. Mrs. Leila Williams was acquitted at Bowling Green on the charge of murdering her husband. Mr. Ellis Walls, 27, and Miss Lizzie Rine, swoet sixteen, were married at the bride's home Tuesday. The fashion for marriage invitations now is to put the woman married "with" So and So, not "to" him. W. A. Leach, of Pleasant Point, and Mis Ida Petrey, of Ottenhelm, were married at Highland yesterday. Miss Caroline J. Barletc, the celebrated preacher, waa married at Kalamazoo, Mich., to Dr, A. W. Crane. Miss Lansing Rowan, whochallenged Jim Oorbett to a boxing bout, will soon wed Maurice do Vrilz.an opera singer. Woodson Cannon, a widower of 30, and Miss Lizzie Reynolds, 33, united their destinies yesterday nt McKinney. The Pantagraph says there were 251 inuriaeo licenses issued in Madison in 1S9G. 190 to whito and 58 to colored cou-p'e- s. THE- - "i lM ItoQlsiHlle Store. Here is the chance you have been looking for. Christmas trade is and over now and the next thing is stock-takin- 12-ye- ar Now's The Time to Buy Your Goods Cheap. We had rather invoice a dollar than the goods. $4(10,-00- 0; 0, BIG DISCOUNT Given on all goods sold this week to save trouble of invoicing them. 130.-00- Globe-Democr- at. 18.000. H ( K Not satisfied with old man Worthing-toknocking 11 years from bis eennce of 21 for murdering Dr. Burnslde, James 8awyer8, of Barbourville, tried Gov. Bradley for a full,pardon, but the governor Ib fiadlng th it too much pardoning U playing thedovil'with the country and has decided to lot up. Mr. Sawyeru' appeal was therefore overruled and should stay overruled. His crime was a mo3t heartleBsone. WnBK we hear of bo called Bound money democrats end republicans fusing hb they are Bald to bo doing in Franklin county, we become more convinced that there are a great many people who have more policy than politics and tbat the hope of reward with Federal offices ia greater than their prospect for olectivo one. The democrats can well aflord to give that class of croatnres to the republicans. Tub Louisville l'imB is authority for the assertion soon as Gens. Collier and Forrester found that there would probably be war with the turnpike raiders they promptly lit out for Louisville and demand tbat they be tried by drumand shot in the necV, head is of a The intervention unnecessary in their cases. They were doubtless shot when they arrived in the city. The Frankfort Capital suggests' as a means of making jailers careful that they be hung whenever a prisoner escapes or is taken out by lynchers. It Ib a good idea. Tbe average jailer is the biggest of cowards or there would bo no prisoners taken by mobs. One resolute official with n good Run could put. a tbouaand lynchers to flight. court-marshal n court-marsh- al The militia's march to Mercer was fruitless, but It will have a Balutary effect. The midnight raiderB will learn that tbe whole power of the State will be brought to bear on them and that lawlessness of tbat or any other character will be put down at any coat. 1 f Thb court of appeals decides, the more's the pity, that the attorney general can hire oil the help h wants regard-les- s of tho governor. What this Bine-cu- re wants with help except to help him do nothing ia something not many men can find out. nobody It is an ill wind that blows in South blizzard any good. The terrific Dakota kept the Legislature from convening and the people got several days rest. The Blot machines have been ordered out of Lexington. Christ Scbauer, Jr., treasurer of a savings bank at Pittsburg, committed suicide by hanging. Tbe Georgetown Deposit Bank declared 5 per cent, dividend. That doesn't look like hard times. Ids estimated that 325,000 people of the from Bombay as a have spread of the plague. A bill will be presented to the New York legislature limiting the height ol buildings to 175 feet. the Syn The dicate building, in New York, was, sold at auction for S2.508.291 58. William Downing and Charles Williams, murderers, were hanged from the eame scaffold at Norfolk, Vn. John Olancey, 15 yonis old, was killed by the ball striking his head, while playing "shinny" at Louisville. Mr. Alfred U. Gowdy was appointed postmaster at Campbellavllle, which has been made a presidential office. Former Postmaster Hetech, of Newport, gave bond for $10,000 to answer the charge of embezzlement in May. It turns' out tbat Kven people were oat by tbe foundering of the Commodore, the Cuban filibuster steamer. Of tbej271 members of the legislature now in session in the little State of Connecticut, only 24 are democrats. The saloon license fee in Chicago is $500, and from that source tbo city received last year a revenue of $3,287,710. Mrs. Frank Gusman, of Huntington, lod., waB literally torn to pieces by a mad dog. She can not possibly recover. Daniel Keeder, aged 00, living at Peru, Ind., has issued a challenge to skate against any man In the country, over 50 years old. Robert Sicaon, of Charleston, W. Va., imagines that a horde of creditors are pursuing him and he has Beveral times attempted suicide. Mies Lula Robertson was fatally burnod near Ligrangn by her clothing catching fire while she was curling her hair with a hot iron. Forty-on- e firms report having built in 1890 for the roads in this country 51.189 cars, not quite half the number built in 1890. Tbe Kentucky Midland, which cost $1,000,000 to build, was sold Monday to Attilla Cox for tbe bondholders at the upBet price of $150,000. Sankey Cunningham, colored, was banged at Albany, Ga., for criminally assaulting a white girl. He confessed his guilt on the scaffold. Before tbe great freeze in Florida annual orange crop was from 8,000,-00- 0 the to 10,000.000 boxes. The estimate for this year is 70,000 boxes. I sky-scrap- Receipts in Collector Rodea1 oillco for December aggregate $179,S25, an of 93,OC0 over the eame month last year. December receipts on whisky amounted $178,125. George Crocker, the California mil lionaire, gave $1,000,000 for a building site at the corner of Broadway and New Street, New York, paying at the rate of $228 57 per Fquare foot. F. Hart, of Chicago, tho colored y heel and too athlete, won the walking match at 8t. Louie. The final score wac: Hart, 303 miles and 70 lap; Hoaghnd was next with 303 miles. The barkeeper of tbe Cunard steamship Etruria, lately retired on account or age, had made 804 tripe scropsthe Atlantic, making nearly 3.000 000 miles traveled upon the ocean witnout an accident The city council of Chicago his paesed an ordinance which not only abolishes the troublesome theatre hat. but prohibits the wearing of any hat or headgear in theatres during tho performance. The citv council at Catlettsburg tits The age is passed a carlo ordinance 10 nnd tho penalty a fino of fl and coflta or from one to 10 days in the city rail boose, or both, at the discretion of the judgn. Elijah Coleman, of Owen countv. sought his barn to sober up in, but while in a drunken stupor he was attacked by hogs and rats which ate his noee and ears He was and badly' mangled his body. found. dead when Three hours after Richard Cornelius, cashier of the Nation tl Planters & Farmer's Bank of Baltimore, was notified that a shortage of f GOjOOO had been found in his accounts, his dead body waa fished from a duck pond. Gov. Francis A. Walker, the political economist, died from apoplexy at his home in Boston. He was superintendent of the census in 18S0, Fernbank, O, and at the time of bis death was presiA very quiet and pleasant wedding dent of the Massachusetts Institute of took place Wednesday morning at tbe Technology. of Elder J. T. Sharrard, of the r, j, Frzer, one of the moat promi- residence church, wbich.resulted in Miss Christian nent citizens in Owensboro, and one of E:iza Eubanks becoming Mrs James C. tho oldest tobacconists in the Green riv- Bailey. Tho bride waa a resident of this er country, was found dead in his bed ciunty and the groom of Lexington, to with a bullet bole in his temple and a which place they havo gone to make pistol by his Bide. The loss of bis their future home. The bridal couple seems to have been the cause of the entered tbe parlor which had been arsuicide. ranged for the occasion, preceded by Mr. In tbe year 1890 131 lynchlngs oc- F. F. Bailey, brother ol tbo groom, and curred in this country. It ia no more Miss Minnie Eubanks, sister of tbe bride, than fair to tho State of Kentucky to say wherein a short but! impressive cerethat the general impression that she mony their destinies wero united for life. heads tho Hat of this awfnl form of All wqre dressed in traveling costumes Incorrect. Louisiana stands They left on the 12:37 train for Lxing-tin- . first with 25. Kentucky and Georgia Bro. Sharrard says that his house tied for filthplac). i i opon at all times to any ono who de Dick Vincent -J- ames McOno killed engage iu matrimony and that he believing that he was the sires to at Akron. O., cm suit the ceremony to tho occasion, all devil. McCue says tbat four years ago the way from two minutes to 15 in a voice from on high told him that tbo length. As times are hard ho will take hudevil was on earth, masquerading in them at a considerable discount on old hiB duty to kill man form and tbat it was prices. him. Vincent answered the ueflcripuon The owner ofjStar Pointer, 2:02, andMcOue sent him to kingdom come. $10,000 for him. dispatches from the Excerpts from George Wilkes, together with bis . "For '30 hours the Northwest read: sons and daughters, produced 1,893 stanwind has kept up o 52 mile per hour dard performers. Old Hamiltonian is 42 hours; Raif" "five Inche of rain in level;" next with 1,700. 'snow four feet deep on tho 10 foet Tho MassachuBet's cremation socie"trains snowed up in drifts dismissed, business sus ty has decided to advertise in order to ,ion. Rfihoolo get more business. Enterprise is what pended, no trains for 30 hours; telegraph . . I .l...r, l ' gets trade these times. and telephone wirruuu. se superintendent. six-da- well-kno- James Besant, 15, and Alva Hawkins, 13, eloped to Clarksville, Tenn., from Princeton, this State, and wero mar ried With a surplus of 3,000,000 bachelors on hand, and no leap year nearer than 1901, Cupid is likely to be over worked if he keeps up his full quota of marri ages. A number of Chicago women have formed a society which shall havo for its purpose the substituting of a marriage contract for the one now in vogue. Nathan Hnddieeton.and wife of Dublin In' .who have just celebrated their their gcldrn wedding have never been five miles hum the house they were married in. A coupto at Logansport, Ind., married after having been engaged 49 years, while on the following day another pair that had been married 48 years were g'unted a divorce. Upbraided by her father for ingratitude, the duughter of Clans Spreckels, who recently married against his will, has deeded back to him a fortuno of over n million dollars. Edward Merrin, 70, and Mm. Lucy Parsons, GO, were married at Ravenna, O. They nnver saw each other until the day they were made one, their entire courtship having been done by corre sponding. Newton Lune. who is under rood to answor for murdering the Rodenbaughs at Veraaihep, has married a rich widow, Mrs. Webb, of Fayette, who will doubtless aid him materially in caving hiB neck for the crime. That young lady in Eastern Kentucky who waited two years before instituting proceedings against the author of her embarrassment, wae very conservative. It is better to go slow and not got the wrong fellow by tho ear. Frankfort Capital. Mr. Alfred Warfield Ryloy, of Kan eaa City, and Miss Frances Johnston Bell Eogleman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Johnston Helm Engleman, of Danville, She is the were married Wednesday. fira't of th L. A. S. S. to marry and the ottier 12 members assisted at the nuptials. The Louisville Store waa tho scene of another marriage Tuesday, when James Pryor, ii widower, and Miss LoisRoutcn, a pro'ty 18 year old girl, were mnde one. Both of them wero from tho Wavnea-b'U- g and they drove eomo 25 or 30 miles to hive the knot tied by Rev. Manager Raney and W. S Grinatead. Misa Nellie OrndoriT stood up with tho couple. -- The following invitation to tho marrams of a very lovely young lady, who hta frtqnently visltedhere, has been received: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smedly Meld request the Honour ol your pres ence at the marriage of their sitter, May AdamB, with Mr. Orville Nelson Seely, Wednesday afternoon, January 20th, 1897, at 3:30 o'clock; 1410 Garvin Place, LiuiBville. At home after February 10th, five-year Dress Goods, Domestics, Notions, Ladies' and Gents' Underwear, Mens' and Hoys' Clothing, Comforts and Blankets, 9 LADIES AND MI E CLOAKS 7 CARPETS AND MATTING. We will Save you 25 Per Cent, if you call on us this week. fraShow your good judgment by coming. "t&a THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. A: URHANSKY &.CO., Proprietors, T. D. RANIiY, Manager. Branch Stores: Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenccburp, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, """"""" and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. This is tho mtrkct and oars It tho best hoaio to ihlp to. Wo truko liberal ml. varices on coiulcnincnu. llcnlilc wo hTo bolter icilltlc than other houses In havltur many laiTO factories to supply. Wo got you tho top price and pay spot rash j not lu trado. Ho trarcUng agents. Ship all jour wool an J farm produce direct U HERINDON-CARTE- R LOUISVILLE, KY. 110 Third Stroot, or C13 to 310 Murroll Court, tct WOOL. WOOL. CO. Wr7A 1fVWMJvfJNW the 9REAT b.usFness training schooiJof. thesouth. BY TH s--") holding Flit P0STI0i$. S Jfrrr rfZ(J(MJ zStrrfiftMf' husms or mmuitisltA0",c cusiHtss hen or fiCOMtNOto jbtmatyrfatoA4yy4fr'tnfo'f WANTBP. Mrwrov co ''toonrii ' T (mwctEMwRirREE. (fyrfJfiu6ffJr 3WMfJ&KfJf THt COUNTRY. (M3ST Did You Ever Stop To think how many and varied arc the all-roun- arti- cles which arc kept by an druggist ? Brushes for the teeth, brushes for the hair, brushes for the bath, brushes for the hands. d ' 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- . Funny's Dkug Stoke. Come to see us. eyo-Big- bt Happy jleat Year. Make yourself happy during 1897 by Paying Cash For What You Buy. REMEMBER ! 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. ra-fus- Cora Hay, Butter, Eggs or money, Or most any old thing taken in exchange for goods. We are much obliged for your 189G trade and awaitinj your 1897 commands, we v cry 1 my, Jt uuis, are, 1 HIGGINS & McKINNBY. Dealers in Hardware, Groceries and the like, - Stanford, Kv iH uitit " "'"'"' ''' ' - ' '" - ' ' ' ' - - f- " . r " - itiirtir t.. IV mi-Wee- Interior Jourhdi - Plated knives and forks at Danks'. Takb your watch rep-ilra to Danks'. Stanford, Kv., Jan. 8, 1897 Rough lumber and shingles (or sale. II. J. McRoberts. Youn acconnt In ready. Please and settle. W. B. Mcltiberts. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. renny Hurujjstoro cll ij Full line of Canned Goods of all kinds, Yoo should take your prescriptions to -- bero prompt and Dried Fruits, Ac, at Warren & Shanks'." accurate eervlco la Rimranteeil, Stoiik Room, with entrances both on Main and Lancaster streets, for rent, W. PERSONAL POINTS. P. Walton. Miss BifuiR MKMkfMK returned to Chi cago Tuesday. Punic blood barred Plymouth Rock, Mh. Max Salinokh is liore with the roosters for sale ut 50c each. William Louisville Store 1)0 h. Severance. 8ut. W. 8. Mamtin, of the L AN, is Tiik property on Lncmiter atroot occuwith Col. W. F. Jehb I). Wkahk.s went to Mt. Vernon pied by J. F. Cummins for roat. P. P. Nuunelley. on inaurauce hualnew Wednesday. Mlt T. H. Mii.i.kii, of (Jarrnrtl, took the TiiKMtperviHoto, .Mrnra. G. W, Evans, train here or Mt. Vernon yenluiday. p J. II. McAlister. J 8. Youiur.8. F. Mie9 Jknnik I'aY.nk, ot London, spent and 8. G. Drye ore going over the several days with Mrs. Joh Severance. assessor'a book this week and are making Oait. amd Miis. It. V. DsM'ii, of many changes. Louisville, are with Mr. and Mr. J. 0. . Florence. ThBstockholderH ol ttie Farmers Bank Mies Katiu O'I)ANN0N,of Dllis,Tex ami Trutt Co. elected J. N. Menefeo to as, was the Kueat ot her uncle, Dr. W. 1), All the vacancy in the board occasioned O'llannon. by the death of J. M. Hail, and Mk. W. P. Komnhon is moving into the same boird whoa names will be the house on Lokii avenue vacated by found to tho advertisement of the bank In another column. John Euitletnan, Mn. J. M. Urndbicks has rented Wk went to prem too booh to give tho portion ol Ed Wilkinson's house nad will result of the attempt on the part of the a tWdkVrf. move to it in Mh. Scott Fahiiis, of Crab Orchard, prohibitionists to get the council to ro waa theKUeitt of her son, Steve Tenter, chid the order to grant license. The old battle was to have been fought over he at the 8t. Aaph yesterday. Maasua. A. M. amd Dkntley Kali., of fore the board last night with both sides Missouri, visited friend here this week. primed for the frav. This is their first visit in 2'J years. On Guakd A dispatch from Middle-bur- g am. fj w, jonks, 01 rinuvlll, wait says that 0. 0 Lyon, president of here Tuesday to see Mr. A. C bine hout the Mlddleburg and Uiistonvillu TurnhuiWinif his hotw nt Orh Orchanl. pike Company, lias hired four men to Mns. KonniiT CiiAi'i'atx, of Lebanon guard the gate near IliHtonvllle, on tl o Junction, Ciinn up to visit tier Lincoln county sldi, at night. Lyon's ptren'n, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Adnina. had heard that threat were made to tear Mh. William Mohki.and has rented down the Old of Mr. 3 I HtaKc'BCOttHRfs on 'hH I. 0 0. ulliceiM of tho Odd avenue aud is moving hla faintly to Fellows loilgi elected tor the ensuing it Mn. A H. Cu.nnmnuiiam, tliw clever- - term an: A. T. Traylor, N. G.; Joe F. V. G ; est man who ever iMriind a xrlpgyuk, was Watere, P. G ; Win. Diughf-rty- , here Tuesday for Chatlleld A Woods and A.O 8lre,8rcy ; IVterStrauh. JrTreae ; J. T. Harris, R. 8. N G ; G. T. ABhlock, sold this paper a bl order. Ilv nu ovarslRlit wh faileil to mention L. 8. N. G ; J. B. Mershoii, It. S. V G ; in ourlaat that .Mias DurnHide sc Hd Wilkinson, L. S V. G. The trustees cotupauied Mr. and Mrs K. I Owsley to are Win- Daugherty, A C Sine and John Columbus', Ga., and will be their RUtet A. Allen, the latter also district deputy. (or some time. Attk.stion. Will Kv. Mm. A. 0. Huvtman tnlla us she is Spencer, A. D. 0., writes Col. Welch that much Intlwltted to Mrs W. A. Trihble, accompanied by an aide do camp, Gen. CeleryOjBter8oup. Mltsts Georgia and Nnttia Wray, Heinle Boyd will be in Stanford Monday for the Hurnslda, Beanie Richards aud Mary Speckled Mountain Trout. purpose ot effecting an organization of a HrtiCH for assisting in the preparation for Mashed Potatoes. cunpof the Confederate veteran assothe bauquot. The general will arrive in Oait. and M its. Wm. Okkr will zo to ciation. but the regular meeting will the Roast Turkey with Jelly. Country Ham. morning not Lebanon Junction to stay till April 1, Beaten Biecuit. bo till 1 o'clock at the dike of Col. ' Mushrooms. when they will return here "to live and French Peas. t Welch. Let every Confederate soldier Orange Ice. Chocolate. die In the best place in the world," the in the county be preaent. explain says. Stanford people are ac Chicken Salad. Salmon CroquetP. much in love with the Captain and hit Tiik weather wm so disagreeable TuesSalt Wafers. good wife as they art with them. day that only a few doctors attended the Salted Almonds. Minis. meeting of tho Lincoln County Medical CITY AUD V1C1SITY. Sociity. The and papers were Lemon Sherbet. anllla Cream. Assorted Cakes. postponed till next meeting and the day Uoii.v, to the wile ol W, U. Good, was taken up with discueaiotifl and the biy. Fresh Fruits. Riisina. election of officers. Dr. Steele Bailey Oamuai Dinner Octn at coat. Warren was made president. Dr. Kd M. Eatep, Cafe Nolr. Roquofort Cheese. Wafers. k thanks. vice president, Dr. W. B. O'BanLon.cec-retnrCigars. and Dr. L. B. Cook, correnpond-in- g BoitNtOtho wife of Joe Xeviua on secretary and librarian. It was 11:30 before the last course was pir), thHr first. Wednesday night, a served and then after en eloquent Rioiitki) a Wrono. It Is said that all Tiiiktv-kouHhHtew of Faruiem Bank in which he paid a high tribute is well that ends woll and this may be a A Trust Co. atock will he sold at auction to the ladies, Hon. J. N. Snunder j introchhi in point. About a month ago, the county court day. Shh ail duced Bro. A. V. Sizemore, who respond, Intkiiioii Journal had a short notice of I am overatocketl on uveicoatn nnd an arrival in the Northern part of town edtothe toast, "Our Guests;" Bro. H. must sell them. M v csh prices will but tnat set tho tongues of the goesipa to G. Srtiidifer to "Masonry In Kentucky;" W. G. Spenrer, in place of Owen Thompriae yuu. II. J Mrltoherta wagging. The young woinao who figuras, to "The Girl I Left Behind Me;" Bro. ed most prominently in the matter had Btankoki) continues to improve. Mr. J. T. Sharrard to "Masonry and Matri previously borne an unblemished repuh mony;" J. Mort Rothwell to "Fellow I. M. Bruce U mlding another shop to the already Iodr list here. tation and her family being a most re- Orafit-:F. B. Twidwoll to "Our Future;" spectable one. great regret was folt for M. F. Elkin to "Our Paal;" and W. P. Tub man who comes to town next both her and them. There was much Walton to "A Voice from Ole Virglnuy," Monday and dons not pay that account speculation as to the paternitv of the litin place of Bro. E. W, Smith, who wa t. tle fellow. The mother aa'd thatshe'had he owes us will be taken homo fet called to the old State on business. It been led estray on a promise of marriage was 1 a. m., when the last was reached by a Fayette county man, while staying Bad News The;, superintendent of and when Bro. Walton arose, to respond there early in the year and so it proves public instruction informs Miss Kate and displayed a roll of manuscript as big Mr. Berry Calmes, of that county, arriv Blain that no part of the amount due as his arm, Bro. Sharrard promptly moved Tuesday and that afternoon he did all teachers will he paid ed to dispense with the reading, the mothat remained in his power to right the tion was seconded by Bro. Walton and wrong as this paragraph will show: At our blacksmith shop you can get Married, Jan. 5, Berry Calmes to Miss others and carried with a vim, and the nny kind of work done at the very lowmost enjoyable event in the history of Emma Baker by Rsv. W. 8. Grinetead. est pricFH. Itemember we guarantee The groom is a good looking man of 54 Masonry in Stanford bnd passed into a work and do not credit anybody. M. 8. and is connected with the Fayette Coun- memory. It was a royal aflair from start J. W. Bailsman. to finish and the visitors were delighted $ ty AIidb House. He was one of Morgan's with their reception and entertainment. At the conclusion of a four days' ex famous raiders during the war and made All of the toasts were good, some of them amining trial at Mt. Vernon, "Per" a good soldier. A number of tho best oxcellent, and no feature was more enIltgtby was held without bail, for the ladies of the neighborhood attended the tertaining than their delivery. murder of Armp Rowland, Greeloy wedding. The Iadiea who aat down with tho Lear and Andrew Hasty, of the opposing Craftsmen to the barquet were: CIIURCH CHIMES. faction, were discharged. J. K. Carson, Kingsville; G. B. Eld. J.G. Livingston will preach at Will Build. Mr. B. P. Martin, of Moreland next Sunday at 11 a. m and at CoOpiT, ThOlUFS Da! toil, W. B. Peuuy, J. T. Sharrard, 0. A. Moore, G. L. Pen-- , Rowland, tells ua that he finds houses so night. ny, Joe F. Watere, A. A. McKIn ', W. scarce in Stanford that he has decided to Preparations forla revival to be held P. Walton, A. V. Slzeinore a njlflB&(H dozen or so if ho can Ret by Dr. build r half Carradine, assisted by- his singer, Annie nnd Mar; Alcorn, Bailable ground. It is hoped that he will Dr. Rhinehart,ro being ;mado at the Adele Sautldy, Fautiie Sb EddHmrta,iLLM Anfind locations to emit him. Trinity Methodiet;church, Louisville. nie Monetae. Dr. W. F. V. Bartlett, of the First The visiting brethren ao Tim cold wave came with a vengeance Presbyterian church, of Lexington, has could learn were : W. G. Rpe to pending the mercury from informed his membeis that they must JohnBon, W. W. Knbel, F. i!0 and Tuesday morning the whole face was covered with its first snow either rIvo up progressive euchre or J, (Juki well. J, W. Uorley, E of nature their membership. D. VanPelt, F. M. Shumate, 0. II. of any eiza this eoaton. Yesterday was Mr. Wm. McDonald Waters, of Dan- Dowell, Jrttnea Tennyson, 0. N. Smith; chill aud cheerless. "Threatening tonight; fair, warmer Friday," Bays the ville, Ky., and now a student in George- W. G. Troctor. II. G. Sandifer, Jacob town College, preached Sunday morning Hommelateiu, Danville; Ed. J. Tanner, signal service. . to a very largo congregation at the First J. P. Ddnbaui, Itobt. Robinson, J. K. Mna. Lavinia Daniklh slipped and Baptist church. He is a young man of Oarson, A. S. Levinson, J. 11. Vanllcok, fell on the pavement and broke a email rare gifts and a bright future is before F. M. Wore, McKinney; J. Mort Roth-wol- l, bone in her loft wrist. Sho was taken at him. It waB hla second Bermon, but one Jacob Joeopu, Henry Patterson, would suppose from hia manner, deliv A. T. Anderson, Warren Russell, W, B. once to the homo of her brother-in-laDr. Bogle, who uttonded the wounded ery and thought that he had been preach- Jarvis, A. M. Bishop, 0. M. Walker, 8. member, and she will be able to use her ing for years. The people wero charm-e- d D. Rothwell, W. B. Bradahaw and W. B. with his effort.3 He ia a brother of Mason, Lancaster; 0. R. Oolbinan, Pitta-burJJand in a short time. Chns. 0. Fox fell . a. u, .. a. u.i;uiuu,nuOUI me into an open cellar and was considerably; Mra n IV . Pux.n... nll ftl piBlOT 01. J. H. White, J. F. Holtzclaw, W. the church. Covington Commonwealth. H. Cummins and Richard Robinson, hurt. Adfocate. Sh-ridu- u. Blank-enshi- I)-Ba- n F.-I- lirl - Coru-t-uKitATi-a Preachersville; W. A. Pareley, London; Kind Ever Chen G. M. Glvens, John Ellis, F. B. Twld- - jffiKS5:oGCoo&Cf:o:oa well, George B. Cooper, Uuttonville; i in fttanfnra. lton, DdQiuce 0.; M. H. - ThomaB sugRestIt was a happy r. thought that .. , . . ... Webb, bimpsonvitle eu to t. iion. j. im. stunners, W. M., that thn occasion of conferring the Follow SOME WHAT LOCAL. Craft degree on Mtsirs. 0. E Tate and The Farmers National and the SecJoe F. WnUsrs lie made more. memorable We solicit your Trade for the year just begun, guaranond National bith of Richmond, declarto them and more onjoyable to the memteeing you Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. , bers of Lincoln Lodge, No. CO, . A A. ed 1 per cent dividend. As the rn tilt of an (imputation of g M., by inviting all the lodges in this county and and thoso of Danville, Lan- both lege, Allen Tudor, a prominent caster and Lebanon to bu present and farmer of Madinou, died, aged CO. 0. M. Newman, Vaubureii, W. W, Given as Low Prices as any cash house in town. Give us afterwards enjoy a banqnet with them. It was no sojner proposal than accept- Owene, Vandysf, both in AnderBon, W. a call. Thanking you (or your patronage and soliciting a ed and the work of preparation began. P. Brrnvtr, Vox, J.aure', were appointed continuance, I ?m Very Truly, Iniitioni were sent out with thorequtst poai masters. Uourboii county linud that it can put that the lodga tiftmn one of their number to respond to carUin tossts, and a metal on its pines with ita now machin. contract was made with Mine Host, A. ery at f 50 per rod, while it coat $7 to $0 siU!! G. Hodman, of the Myers House, for a by the old way. Lexitmion has a female barber. Her specified bill of fare, and hnndsomo menu cirda, with tho names of the speikers nmneis Mits June Jonis, and she bails from Benttjvnle. wero printed AM of the lodges Rent delShe is slid to be ove'-ru- n egations and when tho degree was conwiui custom. Two memheia of tho Barbourvil e ferred, with Bro. H. G. Sandifer.of presiding, ably HBaiated by 0. N. military company, George Hiukle nnd Smith, 8. W., Danville, W. J. Caldwell, George Smith. Were hold under bond for J. W., Lebanon, W. G. Sponcer, S. D indiscriminate Bhooting on Christinas night. Lebanon, II. J Dust, J. D and After a hard fcight battlo in the and W. W. Rubel, Stewards' county court at Morehead, which lasted the oldest man never saw it done more smoothly or better. Bro. Sandifar re until in the night, Judge Carey Rave a JUST OPENED. marked afterwards to Bro. Spencer, who decieion favoring liquor, by granting liis acknowledged to ba one of the three cense. --The Rev. Willis Green Craig, D D , best 8. Ds. in the State, that ho never who was elected president of Centre saw better work than he did that night, College at a meeting held Nov. 30, in and when it is told that Brn. Sandifer is Past Grand Master of tho State and has Lexington, has declined the position bePrettier goods than ever before. See our lines at 5c, an intertUte reputation of being ono of cause he can not leave hia rhair of and systematic theology In the brightest Masons in Kentucky, tho 74c and 10c. Seminary, Chicago. force the compliment can be appreciaA dispatch from Middleeboro says an Hamburgs, wide margin, at 5c ted. When the craft wan called from t was made to L. C. Hamburgs, wide margin and fine work, Ubor to refreshment in the brilliantly Combs, of Perry county. Ho resisted lighted and ingeniously and appropriHamsburgs, wide margin, fine work, 10 to 5c ately decorated dining rooms of the My- and fired at the crowd, kil'ing one who proved to be hia nephew, John Hensldy, The quality will surprise you at the very low price we ask. ers House, it was found that there were ond wounded another. Tins ia the secjust SI brothers and 17 wives and sweethearts to fi'l the covers laid for 100. The ond attempt to kill Comba. pceno was a most inspiring ono and when Rev. W. P Harvey is on trial at alter excellent music made by Mrs. Hufl-nia- Wilmington, 0., for the murder ol hla piano, B. H. Danks, violin, G. W son's wife. DeBord, Jr., cornel, and A. G. LIuH"man, Frank Harris, who shot Herman At low prices. Do your Spring sewing now. baas violin, and the invocation by Rev Medley to death at Uarrollton, when he It. B. Mahouy, the skilled waiters found him and Mrs. Harris in guilty rebegan to servH the ten courses, which lations v. as arquitted. Khad been most elegantly prepared, it was The Lexington Herald, S. G. Boyle also an animated one. It was the most proprietor, has been sued by a man for really elaborate banquet ever given bete ilO.000 damage because it printed that a and was a big advertisement to the that he had served a term in tho peniHouse. The menu was as follows: tentiary when hd hadn't. Oysters on the Shell, Olives and Wafers. NKW ADVEBTIHKMENTM. The SuvUat Affair of Hve MASONIC IJANQ VET, 3 .1 A FEW WORDS TO YOU. 'V Cash Customers zi ri a & cu li W. B. MoHOBERTS. v '..J 1 ijj j355r55aisss:jar33ssi Dan-vill- e, 200 Pieces of EMBRQ I W.R-Johnao- INEW R Come and See Them. - - - dog-unt- ie 1 1 att-Jtnp- Tz n. Cottons & Cambrics & SEVERANCE SOA.- My-or- Baek of IVIy - NOTIC MNCOLN Johnim .V C RCUIT COURT. vs KWct Mountain Canning Co., Delt. No'ic. P ruant to an order ol tfrencn In 'he above cauie at its special Decemtxr I cm 1 3c, the undersigned commliMoner will audit, asceittin and ttate the accounts of the receiver and on Slm. Pl((.., THURSDAY, JAN. 14, 1897, He ill hfar all competent proof that any of the o itiln interest miy oiler touching the matters ia ontroversy growing out of the repens filed b the recuver, li1 any of the parttei in interest may file belore the iirarmaitoner exceptions to H C WAKKKX, tin reports of the receiver M C L. C. C 2t Jan. 7. '97 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 timepiece. Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? We have gained the reputation for miles around for best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince you. Promises eaH THOMAS DALTOW. CYCLONE HALL, At Auction. Located over Isaac Hamilton's storo in Rowland, will be sold at public auction, y, DID YOU KNOW IT ? ;l intrr-ductor- y, k Did you know that we keep the purest and best drugs and will fill Monday, January II, 1897, your prescriptions accurately ? Did you know that we don't charge as much for filling them as some druggists? If you didn't know Iletween u and 13 o'clock before the door in Stanford OH. T these things, S. V. MKNEFKK. court-hnu- s I ' W. S. JACKSON, LONDON, KY., cents and up Mail orders promptly filled and satmfsciioa guaranteed. Address W. S JACKSON, London, Ky. 85-- O black-smit- Kteps all kinds of Religious Hooks, Tracts Pamirs, &c. fo- - sil at publishers' pne s. Itibloi 30 And you will be convinced. A dollar will go further with us than at any drug store in the State. Patent Medicines of all kinds a little cheaper than anybody sells them. Give Us a Trial, CRAIG 66 fore-mos- NEW- - HOCKER. In- - m m Furniture :- -: House- - We have opened at StormeV old stand a Complete Line of B. K. WEAREN & SON -- Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, Dealers &c, &c. We will Keep Constantly in stock the Latest and Best Goods, And Make Prices to Suit the Times. We guarantee perfect satisfaction Farming Implements of all Kinds, Waggons, Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Buckboards, &c. Agents for Mes-dam- ea ipect. Couieiecus. in every re Vulcan Chilled and Gibbs' Imperial Plows. Opposite the Court-House. I -- p0t"v ,3m Lincoln county people, our old homo people, are invi,e1 ,0 in,rect our ,,ock our "d s" - J. A. BEAZLEY & CO., . H. C. RUPLEY, -- Lancaster, Ky. 00-od- d IMkWiSTHTfl pCJEpOW) 3?atents VantGd. mmmmmmmmmmmMnrMitmMmmmmm TflEMERGHANT TAILOR -- Is Receiving,his.-i, - mmm:!w BLUK-OUAS- St m Parties havlug Jnvontlins they wlih to ptp-teshou1l procuru their vatcnts through our agency. Inventor's Mnntial. a book containing coat of patents, rnodo of procedure, etc., and S HERD OF THK other Information, tent for 3c stamp. OurlUtofpa'enw wanted, for which largcgnms of money are orTered, tent with the Manual.lree, Wo find purchnscrs for patent procured through our agency. Jlranch olllccs in all tha My Breeders were selected irora tnp beet htrdi principal cities and in all foreign countries. of this Umous breed of swine in several different States. A splendid lot ol pigs of diuwrent age All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. Af4mjttH4MiMU HOGS. i 4 4 Sntfffir B3SD VUrlK'lsSlSflfliWiiiiHKls g; THE WORLD'S PROGRESS, O. J. IUILBY, Monacer, 601-30- 7 PLUM ST., CINCINNATI, Ba sure to mention this paper. O for sal, lired sows a spucialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Addroi R. II. BRONADGH, Crab OrcharlXr r , xxJtCUBS. -- XSk, ... . , w w ( IEMI-WeEKL- V iNrERlOKJOURNfl; LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Y STORIES OF THE DAY. Anrctlotm of l'poplc Known by Kiery One. It lias nlwnya boon predicted that if nny violence over should hitppen to President Cleveland it would ho when he wns resting from his oflloinl lnhor for tho purpose of shooting ducks or hooking flslu. Such prophecies have boon invoked simply by tho multiplication of chances for ncoident when one i.s fishing or Miooting. A mm might explode or go olf nt tho wrong time, or a boat might upset, or a fatal storm nrfcc, or a hundred other things might happen. So it is that tho soothstayeis havo ever put on long faces and worn looks of expectant melancholy when tho president has gathered about him his boon companions and vamoosed to tho woods or tho waters. Clairvoyants have ropoatcdiy forotold bis sudden taking oil during these fishing or fowling forays, and yet not even au approach todnugor has over been niado, with the exception of a lively blow or two when his oxeelleucy wns safo in ponio cove, dallying witli no nioro deadly enemy than his coffee and cigar. Somo New published Bvory Tuesday and Friday f y FIflU Y10AK isW'A'hen not so paid AT t?T AUVANU will be 3a.bO charged.lt K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leave Stanford a 7:10 a m., and 4:05 p. m., returning at alto p ra., and 9:20 p. m. L.&N. Ht, , LOCAL TIE - CARD. Vc.ss, Train goingJNorth " " No, 6. " Wa.ij, - 11 37P 04 " South " S10 p tojpm n m QUEEN & CRESCENT. No. t South ,600 a a 8 r o m "10 " Nos. 9 and 10 run no ftirhir .than Junction City. All trains atop there. Trains pan Junction City as follows: 1101pm No a North " 4 ts.oo in j " " 6 " s 11.31 am ' .3 38 P n m .315 .".49 P m Kot. KENTUCKY MIDLAND RAILWAY. VIA OKOKGKTOWN. 1 P."MrATM a ro 330 ...... 3 15 450 soi 75 5 35 9 S Jl An. Gcor'iown Lv 1030 " Fianklott " 655 ' City Atr. Paris Lve. 9 35 Lv Somerict Arr. ' nog 1'. M. 105 A.M. S35 630 40 8 30 Dalley.xccpt Sunday EncAW 0 p, A If t. B3 x Squire James Doty, bro 74, a prominent citizen, died Biiddenly at his hon 0 Sunday of t disease. Josse Arnold, tho Stanford etaae driState ver, will go to Tex.H and make bta future home. JudRO QeorRO Denny, of Lexington, waa bore Wednesday ou legal bueineee. Tho Buperviaore are in eeesion and the.freeholder la anxious to know the 'e- prices as a crltf suit. Taking if the assessor's list should it looks as be reduced instead of raised. -- Hiram Powell, sou of 0 D. Powell, formerly of Stanford, was married Wednesday to Mi83 Allle May LeAvell at the home of the bride's father, Kev. F. M. Hill odiciatiug. Mr. Edward Arnold, wife, father inlaw and family have moved to Mr. Arnold') farm on Gilbert's Creek. Mr. Jhp. A Uoyston has moved into n liHudaon e cottage belonging to Dr. H. 0. Herrinp, on Richmond Avenue. The city fathers will meet ogain next Monday night to furher consider tbe matter of granting a franchise to furnish electric lights for the city. It ia understood that tho privilege will be granted and that G. M. Patterson and Ward Bros, will furnish the lighte, since they have the steam at Lancaster Mills and cm hid lower than any other pirty. Monday night the board of city council declared the oflicj of marshal vacant and elected George T. Karris, well known in polltictl circles, to till the vacancy. The tranegressors will hive a hard rod to travel now, as Mr. Farrin is a sober and fearless man and knows no cempro iniae. He went t j the police court room Wednesday with two Bable danieelr cnargeJ with a breach of tho poaceaud a Huh was nseessed commensurate nitu tt. e in-ar- SHELBY CITY. Mr. John Durhniu and Mias Annio tut rl-o- n, prt-flo- Uoriue, both of this place, wero married II, 1897, in Danville by the Catholic priest and took a wedding trip to Cincinnati. They County Court day, 34 shiroa ol stock iu the Farmers llauk and I'uitt Co. or Stanford, Ky. Sale will reside iu Shelby City. will occur at ti a. m. V. A HAtL, Kxecutor. Word has been received that Mr. 8itd AUbh Ethul James Wright, brother of : Wright, now of Monticello, waa married toMissVada Chrismau, one of Wayne A meeting of th.-- stockholders of the Nation it will bo held at their banking llsnk count j'd .ounglady teacher?, the latter house of Itustotmllo the secotid Tuesday in Janu. in liuitonville say. i8; between 9 and it a. u . tor tho purpose tart of December. ol electl K 0 Directors to serve tho ctmilne year D. R. Moore, Sr., and little daugh;9 J. W.HOCKKK, Cashier. ter, Mies Mildred, hih visiting David Moore, Jr., at Cottage, Mo. Miwttt Loia and Efii Burks, ol Lexington, spent lact A meeting ol the stockholders of the First Nawtek willi their friend, Mleu Lily Ow- tional Hank of Stanford wilt be held at their bank hou wcona fuisday In January, 1897,101 en. Mn, Lena Turner and baby, of in purpose 01 electing it Directors for the ensuthe JOHN J. McROHKKTS. Cashier Lebanou Junction, was with her mother, ing year. Mrs. George Wella. Is a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools As Executor ol John M. Hall, deceased, I will tell of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the public auction on at democratic party. Bank : Stock. GARLAND J. F. Meeting. SINGLETON MOLDAM Monday, January Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action uf tho democratic party. Stockholders' SAMUEL M. OWENS Is a candidate for .Sheriff of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party. EMSIETT SIcCORSlACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic natty Your support is eumutly solicited. Stockholders' :anicetliijj HI. V. ELKIN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln CouLty, subject to the action of the democratic party. ' oll'rtnse. h ft !i n; 5 The changes at the end of tbe year remiud me of the uncertainty of all tinman aflairo. Men am like Nations They ris'Hndthey fall. "Evtry dog has his day." is applicablo here. Circmnstanccfl Absolutely Pure. Celebrated for it greit fattening strength and make men- - Birth and wpalth viewed Assures the food agaluit alum through human gltsxs do more than healthfulness. and all forms of adulteration so com iron in the cheap brandf. brain and honesty. Some moti trv to KOVAL BAiCI.NG POWDER CO, New Wk. succeed and can not. Others fail in bus The old reliable Singer Sewing CHD Necdlesotall kinds Oil and Machine iness, but they are shrewd enough and Repairs rUrv their conscience is nillldently ehstic to call at the Singer Sewing Machlnd Co ' Office Stantord, Ky. J. W. I'errln, pay ther debts at 50 cents on the dollar, Opposite Agent. and reserve n complacency which males it appear as if they had not falion, whi'e A. S. others attempt to pay one hundred cents ou the dollar and being unnhlo to do sr, Surgeon Dentist, are ignored by those who have defrauded thir creditors. Some eeem to have 2iy. days, but woe to him who defraud McRobertV Drng Store in the Owsley his neighbor. Office orer POWDESf Post-OUic- PRICE, Stanford, to Builduic. ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Olovernnd mixed hay for sale. J. Bt Foster, Stanford. E P. Woods bought yesterday a carload of hogs at 2c. J. B. Foster sold in Cincinnati a carload of bogs at 31 to 3 55. Woods & Lynn bought of various parties a bunch of hogs at 3c. 0. P. Huffman, bought of T. M. Goodknight a small bunch of fat hogs at 23c. 3DB. W. 3. FSXrarZ". (Dentist, ' Office t Stanford, : Ky. A. G. Lanhsm on'Lancaster Street) at Rendence. i; r John B. Cattleman. INSURANCE COMPANY OF. LIVERPOOL. BSEBES S. CSSTLEMS3. MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout the South. W. A. TRIBBIiE, i LOCAL AGENT, Z Stanford, - - 37tf Kentucky. RESIDENOEJFOR SALE. S gosdiResIleoce House In Stantord, with ou same lot, lor sale. The lot contains sijacie, andean be easily div.ded, putting store house and residence ou separate lots. At reason-abl- e price and 111 easr terms. Apply to I. N. SAUNDERS, blanlord, Ky. tjtf A store-house ITOEIi & SjOIT, DEALERS IN COAL, jNrar Railroad Crossing JEast of Depot, STANFORD, KY. lied star, Jonn Dickinson a isbi won 3,500 without taking a beat all season. James Spoonamore bought in tbe East End a bunch of extra good butcber 8 tuff at 2c. I will have 25 good feeders on tho market here next Monday, connty court day. "Win. Moreland. J G.Johnson, of Boyle, bought .in the lledjeville section a bunch of steers and heifers at 2J to 3c. The Climax reports 1,200 cattle at Richmond last Monday which Bold from 1 J to 3 So Mules sold at 30 to $S0. -- Jobu B. Foster bought of various ptrties bunches of fat hoes at 2jc. He took a car load to Cincinnati Tuesday. Lyon A Allen bought around a car load of butcher stuff at 2 to 21c. They also bought 150 fat heps at 21c Capf. Heaton, representing tbe Earl of E lesmere, paid $1,003 for a game cock which was on exhibition at the Binning bam poultry show. Monroe Salisbury, who brought out Direct, 2:05, Directum, 2.05, Azotr, 2.04, Directly, 2:07?, and gave A'ix her mark of 2:03, will retire from tbe bisi-lion, Bua-tnnvilld A curious story is told of Senntor tho man in conHoar of Massachut-ctts- , gress whoso face beams nioro than all others with kindliness and benevolence. It is related that tho other day whon tho senator was about to board a street car on tho avenuo tho conductor, seeing that tho fitntesman was very old in reached out and assisted him to mount tho stops. Tho senator resented tho familiarity, though tho conductor's act was in accordance with orders issued by tho company. Follow passon-ger- s say that tho venerable htatosman uitulo tho air bluo with his eloquent nhuso of tho man, and, when tho latter tried to explain, threatened him with personal violence The feonator wrote to tho company, demanding tho conductor's dismissal Tho company's officers refused. Tlio senator persistod, and tho cow.irdly officials fearing to prejudice their caso in anticipated legislation, Hale suspended the man for a month. The senator still insists on tho penalty of City. - Kentucky. After tilt. ClirMmin Kra Itnll. dismial. Tho man is poor, lias a famiUp tho broad steps thoy First Class Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Verr ly, cold weathor is in uvidonce, but tho tripped into hor homo. Reasonable Kates. A ponton of ) our patronage is CtST WARNING. "na VJE 'g 6ra senator is obdurate. His act has aroused gas burned low. Her tespectlully solicited. Tho We want to give thce who owe us lair warning tho employees of tho company, trouble slender fingers hung to his that we shall give th.tn twa moie to settle is promised if tho man bo not iciiistated a niom01,t- - Sho stood tli- up un us, and if they do not come up In that llrac, we stiali put Ihsir accounts in the hands of at onco and tho senator is threatened nc'y ""dor tho gas jet, M ItsHON A (.RhKk snottlcrr. with a suit in tho courts. It is chwrful under which bomo ono, iu anto state that there is probably not anticipation of tho morLINCOLN CIRCl'ir COt'KT other member of congress who would row, hud hung n sprig of mistletoe K. O. CralR, Plalntlil, v. W. II Andeison, Ac , n(it. In a.iuitv havo taken so pettyarevongonnd shown Ho could not help it ho kissed her. tale ol the Ily virtue of Judgment and such viudictiveuess against 0110 who Sho looked so pretty, so iuuocent, uudor Lincoln Cir.uit Court, rendir.Jorder of .pecla! De- j ai the ON IMl'KOVKD KAUMS sought only to do him a favor. that sprig of mistletoe. cember term, ity, the ui.drignrd Com r will In Lincoln county, Ky,at6 per cent . semi an Yes, it wns an uugcntlcmnnly nnd Address II, 1897, nual inteiett; no comimttlon chsigrd. lluildlng, On Monday, A littlo company of officials was dis- unmanly thing to da Her frightouud, (KO W DAVY. Koim 17, Keuyon cussing tho dinner given by Senator startled look pained him. Ho stammered lleinr the tst day ol hc Janusry term ol the Louisville, Ky. For blank applications and fur CmiuIV Court, in Stanford, Ky., sell, to the tber Information, inquire ol J. N. bauudcrs, AtQuay to members of tho Pennsylvania out miserable excuse. Hor groat 0308 torney, Stantord, Ky. highest and be. t bidCrr at public uulny the stato senate. filled with tear.-'- mid sho gave u littlo demised pioperty, r choking sob when ho apologized. "I would not much object to in tho senato," snid ono who "Dear littlo iuuocent," ho thought, IjNEW iMILLIjNERY. c5c X-i-ot, a. lives in Now Jersey, just ncross tho "I would not havo hurt her for tho Delawaro from Philadelphia, "if ho world." Situated in Stanford, Lincoln county, Ky., on the Tbe latent things In h ail and Winter Milllaeiy and Quay could pull together. They And sho after ho was gone sho can tide ol the Mantrrd booirf.M turnpike, now In stock and the ladies of Manfcrd and vicini mile Irons Main street and NiundeU on about would inako n strong team if they couid dropped into a great chair and sobbed. the North and tail by ue lauds ol D ly ate invited tocall in and see (he latral styles. laiboe has arrived and Is ready 10 wait on work in liarmony." on the South by the lauds of J. S Mocker .Millold "Like him? I lovo him. And to think customers and as many uew nlies as will and oa tbe West by the Stanford A Somerset pike. ler "My dear boy, "said ,MLSS LICCIK 1IKAZLLY, k. that ho should kiss 1110 at last and thou andcontalnirK aboit'wo acres of land Tui come. Mantord, Ky. at Largo McDowell, "yon havo evident- to say ho didn't mean nuything by it I Hou.e s a brick residence ol $ or 6 rooms improved, hsvleg ly got no farther than tho primary class What los bu think I put tho mistletoe and otherwiseIs wella tine neighborhood. cittern aud hydrant tnd iu I in national politics No fellow who there for?" The said property will be sold on a credit of 6 and II months. opens a jaok pot with prayer can over 'Ih proceeds of sale will be fiitt exor , for Ji.oyi All persons desiring Locust Posts for plank Urr Ijwt Crtl. reach tho senate of tho United States." the hen debt of S H Shanks, pott and "lie fence, can hod thrreon from Simulating a passionato devotion, sho with 6 per cent, iotetetlcredit of tj 3$ July ,, 1890, fence tney want at railiug or near Cedar Creek, on my store what of date Au until paid, subject to a A good story is going which embodies turned her oyes upon her captor. "And gutt 5, 1896 aud the cost ol this action the pike leading from Crab Orchard to Mantord also keep always 011 hand a good supply of plank The puichater must eseeute bond with approva new mot of Speaker Reed. you do not lovo mul" sho said languish-iuglinlor fencing. All kinds ol lumber for building ed security, payable to the Com'r and bearing, shingles. All persons dealso boards Reed and Choato ho who is talked np terest from dayol sale until pall, having the lorce siring any article and this kind can call oa me at ol It C WAKKKN, as tho next senator from Now York "Lovo you?" Tho cannibal chieftain and effect of a judgment. my store near Cedar Cruek. Mailer Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court.1 85 wero calling on a mutual friend. Dur- smiled. "My dear, I lovo you bo I could O. W SINOLKTON. Juoe 169 Jitf ing tho chatting tho cut glass hottlo eat you up." was passed. With a Kob of anguished despair she "I'm sorry I can't join you," said loaned upon her hatpin. Now York Choatc, "but tho fact is I havo never Press. ru- iMTcrnv-utaken a drink of whisky, played a game I am still agent for Falls Hranch Coal and will Will sell at cost two lluegies, one cut under shell Itotanlral. of poker, or hot ou horse raco in my keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, so you gel such led very Ins Surrey. The Huggies are hrtl clais nu "Our family," said tho young" man as Office,want at the lowest poislble r'ice for Cash. jobs iu every rctoct. If you waul a bargain call life." Mill and Railroad Crossing, opposite al ones aud see the bills and get you a vehicle "How I wish I could Eay that, "sigh- iu u tono of pride, "canto iu witli tho Roller Mills. St. J. U. HIOfjINS, bunltrd, Ky. trial will give you lalislaction sur. at reasonable Mayilowor. " ed tho host. j7 House with six room, to rent price. Situated on Main sticct. "How interesting!" rojoined Miss "You can, " said Reed ; "Choato did. " Respectfully, D. si. CARPKNTllt. Cayenne. "Audit seems to bo going NATIONAL BANK Rccd may or may not havo read a out with tho chrysanthemum." WashOF STANFORD. KY saying of Whistler, tho nrtist. Ono ington Star. evening, nt tho houso of Lady Wilde, Perfectly Hwlpli'. Whistler gave utterance to ono of his Capital Stock- - SIOO.OOI Farm No. t contains S91 acres In Washington Aunt Maria But why didn't yon good things. grass; - 23.7O0 county, Ky . the greater pari of which It ininclud- well watered, witn cool improvement., "How I wish I could say that," said sing out wht ho attempted to kiss you? surplus new metal tool tobacco barn fir 10 acre crop. Harriot Why, you know, nnntie, I Oscar. 'I ms (arm Is situated what is pronounced the invited to the la. Attention of "You will," said Whistler. Pitts- nover can sing without my notes. Bos- that this is the the public is Hank in Stanlc txist district In Kentucky for White Hurley only National ComfdiUbl residence ton Trautcript. burg Dispatch. Under the provisions cf the National Hank While in Columbus 1 saw Urn 2,121 Is a candidate for Attestor of Lincoln Couuly, convicts of tho U. S. and Mate penitensubject to lht avtlou Ihu dcmOLKtlc party, aim cutu.tily ks )out support. tiary, tho 1,300 iumatea of the Columbus Farm of ioj Acres to Rent for 1S07; bo Acres to d Insane Asylum, tbo 900 coin corn, the remainder In w&cat and grass. C. G. UAKEK in tho Imbecile Asylum, tho Btssemer Callonor address, C. L. CROW, Steel Furuiice, the Columbus, Despatch Is a candidate lor Asiesior of Lincoln, subject to 86 If McKinnry, Ky action ol the democratic party. Thinking tha printing prees audtix huotype mnchiius Nutbern tnd of the county is eutitlrd to a slice ol the pie be asks sour support. and tbe Ohio Statu Univeisity buildings and grounds. : : On Thursday night tho ladies of tho MORELAND Baptist church gave cantata, hided by Is a candidate lor Assessor of Lincoln, subject to the members of all the churches in town HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. the act.on of the democratic party. 1I kindly asks your support y An immense crow a was present hii I LinOOers his services o tho people ol West one was well repaid (or going. The lull stock of Cofflns coln and Casey Counties, SAM W. drill by 10 of Junction City'a moat beau ttid Caskets always on hand. 03 D. H. Carpenter, Managrr. tiful little girla as ppVmlid. Too Is a Candidate lot Sheriff of Lincoln County, subject to the action ol the democratic pa ly Mrs. Charles Lyots, the miuic by lTotioo--Farmor- s. Mutt Lizzie Calvert, of Somerset, the act ing uf Mr. Reubeu Goucher sac encored t tin Miid again Mru. JensiH Surlier, We will take your Corn and Hay at Highest Exchange ler Coat. LM.rriis Mias Sue Calvert ami Mr. Georgo Anrons Price in sell you Corn and Hay at CostaiII Stanford Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten you are we wH Land, For bale. Has on it a good, are to be congratulated for the euccwrt ol our Coal Customers. IVook yourftdets for Coal. Acres ol Dwelling ol Nx Ueomi.snd all ncicasary Ky. outbuildings One yard hydrant and one for wa .V SJV, Slsiferd, NOKL Miaara Lou Eda this entert.unuiHii. " terlng stock, alsj a tplrndld, never falhtiK Mil.er and Fniiics Asrons looked tsptt:-- 1 For tuither particulars apply in 1IAILKY. J AS. I y SHELBY & SHELBY, pretty hh fairire. Over 20 was Stsufoid, Ky. yi ce r '. My requeat the cantatu wts repealed KndMv night v. FARM FOR RENT. JOE T. E32I5RY I feeble-minde- J. T. STJTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, WILLIAM I ev-er- MENEFEE eiug-ing- tf FOR SALS. com-lorU- 1 Props. Livery, Feed and Stable, St. Asaph Carriage Co., btunford, K. FAIR wc-- Junction j'.j ?'AW (t'CH .ft GAJSti Commissioner's Sale. MONEY To LOAN Jan. if Llu-co- ln 11 1 , Wnna-make- Hotise A" . ands-vee- r, ... I USTOTIOIE 1 y. pur-pos- ts, COAL D. S. CARPENTER, - n 1 t-- 11 ' I FIRST Two Farms For Sale. 111 I 11 o. ric-in- g businrss. Dr. J. W. Prowoll hes 11 sow which in September 1891. farrowed 10 pigs, nil of which wero raiped, and when killed M h K if i.fi averaged ever GOO pounds, tho three Corn and Hay taken largest weighing respectively G50, G75 Good, Clean, Cheap In exchauic. Come anl see us. and 725 pounds. Georgetown Times. j A. G. Whitley bought Saturday e one half interest in about 320,000 worth of feeding cattle, numbering about SG2, Baughinsn Bros, from M. J. Farris. were compelled to kill their fine eaddl colt by Eiglo Bird, which Bluck a nail in Ky. proprietor Dean's Black Diamond Root one of its feet last week and took kck Sole Taint. Estimate furajihed for painting- Wocd, jaw. It was a very fine animal and took Meti-.Sutlstacliiu (unrantced. and I101 AdvoAll rools. painted with Dean's Ulack Diamond Ova ties in eeven shows laat fall, Paint guaranteed fur years. Deal ir in beit Cis- cate. Iron tern PumDS arid Galvan-ierRowena Webb Russell, the grfat nnrt'lilack lion Rwliug uf all kinds, at tt walking mare owned by E. D Kouned;-Her died suddenly a few days ago. HOUSlf oansr bad frequontly rtfueed $500 for her, but be thought too much of the old tf.li BILBY, Proprietor, yolloi fl ly 10 part witli her. HIih whs Kentucky never defeated but once in her long cu London. reer in tho fair ring, that was at Liberty '( bare moved to my new Hotel and am bcttr last year when Sam O etip' saddlo geldwpsrod than ever to accommodate the public. Hon. R. attach6d and svery convenience dt ing got the blue tie over her. Cwd Liverym rij ive a call. O. Warren Bold her to Mr. Kennedy afFRANK RILXY. t, ter he had completed bis camasa for can thick Commonwealth's attorney the last time Who of some simple fln thing to patent? and he as well as Mr, K, thought shn Vrotcct your Idfaa: thr may bring you wealth. was tho greatest walking mare the world J01IM WEDDEBUUUN ft CO.. Patent Attor. tuiys, Washington. V. CM for their IM prtzo oSer ever saw. of two hundred invention want tod. J. T. JOETES. Stanford, Roo-s- . t Jin & Sheet iron Works, l , THE RILEY 1 iVcnted aduit Idea Gruutcil, but Still amount equal to the stuck, so lhat depositors o barns, Oncol the best improved Iaros in the FOUR CHURCHES SOLD. of Ssoo.wac, "You didn't know Ilumshaw was a this institution are secured by a lund of the bsnl county. farms are in fine state of nrcseivatlon, well Ilulh Vive sworn statementa of the condition Islipcmln; (Mich.) Cliurtlic to poet? Why, ho has written vurseH for are tnaJe each yearto the Uiited Sutes govern watered ond fenced Clotelo K ii. depot, schools, are csamimd at stated timti marxct aim on a line turnpike. insntand iisassUs l'ay Taxi's. the magazines for years." For information apply to by government agents, thus seeming addltuont Iahpoming, Mich., has furnished tho "Well':" Chicago Tribuno. and perfect safety to depositors. J. N. SAUNDERS, originally established as tn 10 Manford, Ky. This institution, spectacle, probably unprecedented in Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1858, then In Ono Way, Ve. this country, of churches being hold for istd as the National Hank ol Stanford in iS6j nre First National Hank ol sgain delinquent tnxes. Four havo thus been "She's very advanced, isn't sho?" an untntr. disposed of, and numerous others un"Well, she's forward, if that's what Stantord 10 iWj, hru had practically ruptedoxtstencoof 3s years. It is better supplier" business prompt aow with lacilitles for transacting you mean." Detroit Nows. doubtedly will bo. ly and liberally than ever before in its long and Tho four sold aro tho Methodist, honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu1IU Complaint. Presbyterian, English Baptist and Episciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic copal. Those that aro in danger of a IoanBPO why thoBweit littlo maiden proposed. ted. Directory ol this Hank is composed ol The I adored me. similar fate includo representatives of ThoumlLTst.uid why uliuwas uultu plainly dis- Foreilua Held, Lincoln county; key to hur htnrt nearly every denomination there. Tho closed, S.T. Hams, Lincoln; WILL CURE Dut tliuro was problem that floored mo. churches aro not taxed for city, state, J. H. Colliet, Lincoln; county or school taxes, but a Fpecinl I Bpoko to hur father in nil modesty, J. W. Haydeu, Stanford; Scrofula, Salt Rheum, levy for tho building of new sowers was S. H. Haughuian, Lincoln; AbHurcd htm tliu thing wan quite settled, Sores, Boils, Pustules, J, S. ilocker, Stanford; niado several years ago, aud nil the Aud to my Hurtirisu and dUcomtlturu he S Appearod to bu very much nettled. Eczema, Tetter, W. A.Tribble.Staulord; property benefited wns assessed regardM. D. Elmore, Stanford; Tbo proceeding!) that followed I cannot relato. less of tho usos to which it was put. and all diseases of the blood and T. P. HIH.Htantord, 1110 nnd punched 1110 Ho It was generally understood at tho I caro kickedI'm uw d to tmca thlnn Inil that. muy etato, not. K. L. Tanner, MfKinner; Makes You Well. timo thot church tnxes would bo reHut why did ho smuali my silk lint? M.J.Miller, Ml. Vcinoi.,H, Indigestion, constipation and dysmitted, but such action was nover Tom Hall iu Now York Sunday World. J. 8. Ilocker, President; taken. The fonr woro knocked down for pepsia, kidney and liver disease uo. J. McKobctts, Cashier; n song to a tax title denier. Tho timo A t Kinuy Ant. Cashier. yield to its curative powers and Did You Ever. for redemption has expired in tho cases when cured it of the four churches referred to, aud it Try Ultctric H:lteis as a remedy for your tron 80 YEARS' Keeps You Well. bottle now If rot, tho purchasers to say whether hies medicine get a been found tosndtftt relief, rostswith EXPERIENCE. bt peculiarly has this tho edifices shall bo it deemed at nomi- id pled to the relief and cure of rll i'emnle Sold in Lincoln county by txertuit; wonderful direct Influence in nal figures. to the trctrs If you 2vin slrtiirit W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. have Lots' ol A fpetl.e Lomtipat n, Headache Faint ne .Spells or lire Nervous SleepU-tsTU Tor Tnt. " Penny's Drug Store, or troubled with 1) ny Spell., Tho wits of Washington aro suggest- Hicmc I liters is trie medicine you need. Health Craig & Hocker, " ing that this is a good time for Great inil Strensth are Kuaratitvtil by ' use. Only W. C. Wolford, Ilustonville. TRADE MARKS, Britain to giu lit lor tat and insist that 30 cetit. a bottle- at W. McKobfrts' Drug btoro. ' DESIGNS. F. B. Twidwell, tlioCub.ui quiniiuii bhould be submitted COPYRIOHTS The.ro Id Nothing so Good to arbitration, jucl in the United states J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Anyone sending n sketch und description nmy whether an Invention government c. ; "ted to England that There!- nothing t 11 ;od as Dr. King's quickly uaccrtnln, fruo. Coinniunleatlons strictly Tanner Bros., McKinney. pnibably patentable.. ption roughs nml colds New llitcovrry lor cofisn Mich a courso bo taken with her troubles sodemHod it and do not permn the dculei to sell contldcntlal. Oldest asoncy forsecurlnitputcnta J. F. Alstott, Powers. Wo havo u Wal!llltcll oflicf. In America. in Venezuela. Chicago Record. )m somo substitute lie ii1 not claim there is Patents taken through Munu It Co. rccoivo Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. n tiling bettrr, but order In mike more profit special uotlco tho i el a to Lc just an he m) claim od. M. Lee Pipes, Mpreland. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, You want Or, Kinii' Nd f)covery because ou Tin) llcitl .Status or the Case. know to he sufu and reilabls, ami guaranteed to beautifully Illustrated, largest circulation of Yours for Health, Tho amateur cabinet makers havo dogoixl r money lelunded. Pur cough, colds, n yenrt any scientific journal, weekly, terms JO six mouths. jII atleUions Specimen copies and at, about run out of available material, but crmuinption and nothing , of thrl)r. chc t un 1'atexts sent free. Addri-loou James T. Cooke, theie is to od as is King's tho real vo:k of cabinet building has and luiiii Trial hottlo Irte at W, II. &,c Cew I)icoery MUNN & CO., Harrodsburg, Ky, Rolens' Drug More Regu'ar sue joe and Si. not yet bcgi'T-Chicng-o 301 llroudwuy, Noiv York. I I arc secured not only by the cnpitu stock, bulbv the stockholders' liability lor 11 I Farm No. a contains 300 acres In same locality, with brick ilwellmx. Large stock and tobacco I 1 Cooke's Sarsaparilla I" 11 J V Com-plaint- s, 11 uiul-'on- e , Kxcit-ulil- e, Mihn.-linl- v iLlH'.ki &-1 11 - 11. j - jn-- 111 snin-ihui- 11 tVS.CO Times-Ueral- 4 " LM,