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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897113001 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. ""JjS" - jf ' li-- StieST? frff. - I 'S' SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. 'V Rev. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1897. "AWAY DOWN SOUTH." r- - NO. 78 RELIGIOUS. J. M. Uruco has tendered resignation of tho pustoruto at Ills n. U. O. Kllzu-bothtow- LAND OF COTTON, WIIKIti: OLD TIMKS AIM! NK'Wt l'OOOTTKN. , W. IN Till: v. L-- i Uldcr Joe Sovoranco went up to Drodlicad yesterday to lioltl a meeting with Kid. S. II. Forrcr. ltevu. W. S. Grlnstcad and J. M. will oxchanec pulpits next Sunday, tho lattcp preaching hero und tho former at McKcndreo. A Kansas preacher caused a great sensation by denouncing his wife as an adventuress from tho pulpit. He has been granted a divorce. Tho Presbyterian congregation was Mat-thecall-Irfg-hl- m itldtou.l of remntnlnL' 1 s section gives away to rugand ged limbered lands at that point and nlshing in well pleased with tho two sermons Sun- until tho cotton belt of Georgia la Gerrnrds-town- , day or Nov. H. A. Whlto, of reached thcro Is llttlo change, except W. Va., and thoro Is talk of around Chattanooga, where Bo set med Monday. No cases of Importance have to have smiled a llttlo. been tried yet. M Tho "Holy Laugher" Is tho name Mr. Wm. A. Todd, u merchant at A couple of hours' lay over In Chatreligious sect that Is cre- tanooga gave mo very little opportuniof a strange Manse, this county, Iiuh assigned to ating tremendous excitement In South- ty of Hcclng that city, every Inch of Mr. George Ballard for the benefit of hi ern Georgia. Another namu for the which Is full of history concerning tho his creditors. Liabilities $12,000. Asx sunutltlentloulsU., wo hu)K)so. Looking us thein face at present I saw lots of building going sets unknown. A failure to make collast war. PrnHlilinLr Kldor Anson West, hns on though, aud from what I could gath lections caused tho assignment. t ml.i.il u i'hw nt Milan. Term., by bar er, things generally have an upward Wc have ordered 50 cars from about 40 mines and are After saving money enough to buy a ring Miss Harris, a femalo evangelist, tendency. It is a magnificently built small turkey and a pint of oyoters for getting only a few cars. Prices are advancing daily. Stock from tho pulpit, after tho preacher and city, more substantial In apoarancu a Thanksgiving dinner, I was Invited your coal while you can get it. Both Lancaster and stewards had given their consent. Mr. than cither Nashville or Knoxville. . to dine with Mrs. U. D. Simpson nnd are hauling from our yards and it looks now like West Is opposed to women In tho pulMrs. S. D. Kothwell, two of the best was not a llttlo glad when the train pit. H the supply will be exceedingly short. landladies In the State. I was forced Hev. Jw. II. Dew's excellent sermons pulled into tho "siicd" at Atluntu, to decline both Invitations, which I .: continue to draw largo congregations where a true and kind brother gave mo Hi huvo regretted to this hour. at tho Baptist church. There have a most cordial welcome. Tnere ate & Since thero have been about .'10 cacs been four additions and tho Interest is few cities in my humble estimation i1i of typhoid fever in our city this I.KTCIIKIt OWHM5Y, VQ , Increasing. Some of tho bust Hlngors that compare with tho Gate City, and Gov. Bradley consented to send from all the churches insist thociioir besides being with my brother, there Who was recently elected county attorServi- were other reasons why I wim glad to ney of Garrard, is one of theuhlcstund Dr. II. E. Tuley, an experienced bacteaud the music Is wish I was able to tell our most deserving young democrats in thid riologist, to attempt to locate the cause ces every morning and nlgnt during bo there. what marked Improvement has section. Ho is the second son of tho of tho disease. After viewing differ readers tho wuok. A preacher Is on trial in Kansas for been made during tho past live years, late Judge Mike II. Owsley, and like ent premises he took water from a nummurdering his wife, another Is on trial since I first knew Allautu. Not only him, is possersed of many traits of the ber of cisterns, which ho will examine In Texas for slaying his brother, an- has the population Increased thous- suocewifui politician, in well as tho cap and make a report in a few days. Hon. Prvor Force attended court other Is on trial In Indiana on tho ands, but land then nlmosta wilderness able lawyer. His mother, who was and still anothop is now a fashionable part of town. Bus- Miss Ellen Letcher. Is a grand niece of here last week. Mr. F. 11. Fcland, of Huvo been coining to and going from mv store for thu last six weeks, hut Inst Saturday I charge of seduction, ha boon arrested In Oregon for mak- iness blocks have been built by the Gov. Letcher and Chief Justice Hob- - Lawronccburg, was here Saturday on was taken by storm ami completely surrendered to tho rmh of custom. My store room professional business. His presence was Inadequate nnd tho crowd surged about tho placo like bees after a honey pot. Goods ing Indecent proposals to a young lady score, manufactories have been added suggested many sweet memories and weut "llku hot cake-.- and customers all rejoiced at tho low prices. J. T. Sims, of Kings-villmember of his Hook, all of which goes aud everywhere changes have been Owsley's grand uncle, Gov. Wm. Ows-- ; got tho gift Clock Saturday and went.homu with a big load of goods to' please his to show that the aforesaid preacher made that have been for the better. ley, were two of the most noted jurists i mml recollections of old Alt. Xenlu, wife and children. are no better and no worse than come People walk faster In Atlanta, do busi- that the State has ever produced, ,w when he was a student under me and big as my list. I am proud of ness easier aud are more modern in al- tholr nvords on tho appellate bench olhor men. Glasgow News. Tho Uov. Dr. James A. Worden. of most ovary way than any city I know show, mi it will bo seen that legal tal- - ,,lm now' ,ls 1,c l8,t prominent and suc- - To tho most liberal customer again next Sat unlay Don't fall to see thoso gifts. They New York, uorlutendetil of tho Sun- of. A good city Is Atlanta and were It ent comes to him on both (.ides bv In- - cestui lawyer. tro daises. and frieud9 of Mr. R. I would say It is Tin: heritence and he has not been Iho relatives low to day schools of tho Presbyterian church not for Stanford E. Hughes are glad to learn that he has cultivate it. In this country, has begun a movement place to live. Ho was oducautod ut Harrodsburg accepted u lucrative position on the to celebrate tho opening of the 5.Mth i I spent an iiour Friday afternoon McKinney, Ky. ceutury with 1,500,000 Sunday. feliool looking at the Solons of Georgia and a and starting life with a desire to sail Louisville Commercial, in which ho works with the railroad ofllcluls, wholescholars In that church. Thuro are g(HKl lOOKItlg crowd do they. make. the seas over iw un ollicer in the navy now 1,000,000 and he says thu proost Speaker Jenkins, of tho Lower House, secured an appointment as cadet at sale liquor dealers and superintends the tlon Is to add fiOO.OOO Hi this million is a splendid looking fellow, handles Annapolis, but after a year or two he Stato News department, generally. Ho prll, the gavel In true democratic style aud tired of the eonlinetnent and routine begun newspaper work with mo at the and begin the ecclesiastic year, 1101, with a million and a half Sabbath seems to be strictly business. A bill and returning home began to reud law ngo of ir years and that servico was as Headed by U. S. T&ODEI., IIO. 38,353. school inembeps; that Is every Sabbath to prevent the making of gold con- und was soon udmltted to the bur. The breast cast upon the waters, now yield- Son of Klcver's Model. No. 29.719. the greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S No. 12,091. son Chamnlmi. ClnniP.. sn 11 oot t.m school shall add 50 per cent, to Ita mem- tracts in the State was Introduced du- lot of a young lawyer Is not always ing an hundred fold. Ho has a fond- - CLAUDE. boars ready of tho World's Columbian gilts old enough for service. A few bhow tdppy young . to breed, and bred sow . i nH,i ... years. ring my stay, but after much speechi- an enviable one. but Mr. Owsley al- nn mti tiititii uwtn. Miiu iio uiiugubiii:!' uEmuuiKitj.iurEs.Mu, bership within tho next four w UiWhtock is strictly tlrt-clain every respect, with pedigrees, rrlces reasonable aud satisfaction guaranteed. Wrlto vnnr wnna . Tho Senate though overshadowed by older mem- UUIIlllULtMlL.. This means a not Increase of 12 per fying It was lent ID . On Wednesday, Dec. 1, at 0 i M., sco my hogs. Jersey Cows for sale. They are good ones. cent, of additional members to bo was not in session, although a number bers, eoon managed to display his abilA few fresh Also Mammoth Pekln Di rk Mr. R. T. Embry, a prominent young Eggs, 81 for 13. A. E. HUNDLEV, llox 1U5, Danville, Ky. brought In each year, or 125,000 mem- of Senators were lit tho chamber, play- ity and to win a comfortable living. Mr. OwsleyS recent victory was one hiitui and In the National ing tricks on each other like a lot of bers each for the entire church. of tho most remarkable on record and Bank, and Miss Gertrude Llngenfelter, Hev. B. Liu Cave, who has recently school boys. A bill to amend tho contaken the presidency of Kentucky Uni- stitution so as to adopt the Australian shows that he alto possesses the running tho popular and attractive daughter versity, Is one of three brothers who ballot system will be Introduced this qualities of his ancestors, to a large de- of Mrs. W. T. West, will bo declared 1 III fll El tl El ll Hi vM distinguished themselves In war and week, when It Is to be hoped It will die gree. His opponent is a protege o' man and wlfo by Elder Georgo Gowen have added laurels to their names In a'bornlng. The Legislature is limited Gov. Hradley and was backed by him, at tho home of the brido's yet with this prestlgo and plenty of Mr. W. T. West, on Danville Avenue. peace. They all fought gallantly for to 50 days here. came out of tho It costs something to sell cigarettes money to make tho race on, ho downed Attendants, Mr. William Embry and the Lost Cause and war as poor as tho, jKwrest church in Atlanta. The license la $250 per Wm. McClellau Johnston to tho tune Mlas Llzzio Thompson. Tho wedding mouse. Hev. H. C. Cave, of St. Louis, year to retail the little cotlln nails and of 144. It was such a famous victory march will bo played by Mies May delivered tho oration at tho unveiling woe bo unto tho merchaut who sella that Prof. M. D. Hughes says thut .Hughes. After tho ceremony tho hap- of the raonumont to tho private Con- them to a minor. The limit of tho hereafter all minor events will be reck- - py pair and u number of friends will go f federate soldiers In Richmond a few flue Is $1,000 and you can bet your oned from und spoken of as before or to ir. 011m r Embry's, father of tho Wo aro receiving every thing now at prices to suit, You aro years ago which created a sensation, boots the purchaser has to have every uftor the yeur Letcher Owsley beat groom, to partake of an elegant cordlallv in- per. Tho event is ono of tho most Im- vltcd to call and soo us. Johnston. because of It lndecndeiit tone and appearance of a man In the eyes of the Mr. Owsley Is a lino stumper und has portant of the season and has been ex-- a thu harsh criticisms upon it at tho law to buy them. voice like a steam eullope ns every pectod for a time. North. The speaker, who had stood Atlanta women are close buyers us a by his gun In battle and was terribly general thing. For Instance, a good democrat, wno nas attended tho Stato DUUGGIST, STANFORD. KY. Hiuthday cPautiks. A pleasant shot through the neck, stood by tho customer rnturned h lut of eggs to a conventions for the lust several years, event In tho village of Kingsvillo was record In this ordeal, and his comrades certain merchant because they worn't will recall. He made many speeches n birthday dinner given to Master Fred for Bryan In 180(1 and his eifectivo work will ever fool grateful for thu ability 'largo enough. They will sjiond an Johnson on Thanksgiving day. In tho and courage with which ho vindicated .hour fylng to get a article for added much to lib popularity. Tho of county attorney Is but u stop- evening of the sumo happy holiday his our sacred dead. Elder L. W. Cavo four cents, and after succeeding will sister, Miss Lucy, a dainty maiden of was shot through the head by a shrn- - order It sent to their address Itmatters ping stone to greater things for Mr. just 18, entertained in honor of her lie!, which destroyed an cyo and was cut not In what part of town they live. Tho Uwoley, and if ho keeps in the middle birthday. Fun and jollity reigned su from the lower jaw on tho opposite faldoj0ilsicftt. sale to make is snulf, which of tho road ho has chosen, we expect to aid him In nmnv cnnniin.td nrul t toll l)rut,le it was evident to all observers of his face. H. Lin Cave wiw hevcral thoy always buy for their cooks, so afterwards how faithfully and well he t,iut r' d Creljjhton is not very well times wounded. There are eight scars thoy wiy. ( ( acquainted with the "New Woman." performed every trust. upon hts person from throe bullets, one Tho law compelling ladles to ty refreshments were served and through thu body. Ho Hurren-jmov- e tholr hats in the theatre.-- , of Mr. Owsley has ,0 far succeeded In Brief mention Georgia Is lu force now und It is rather eluding matrimony but a rather !lt alolhour1thu "ucsts s.n.i.!.. all dered at ApK)inattox. hoping that these youug may of tho struggles of Elder Cavo In his 'amusing to see them "go after tholr sirui.'ht til) cornea that bufuni thn ins. huvo muny more such happy birthduys. ' rtc 1ifii.t.i 4.4.111 lit. ...ill lii..h QKUUfUl .ll.w1 n .'.WWII. ntftif 444J I41 poverty soon after tho war will benefit tiles" as soon as thoy are seated. Tho III11U X. Y. Z. young men who may grow Impatient at hiw is u very popular one with both the ranks of that long suffering bund hard beginnings, says a Nashville pa- - sexes und It is safe to say It will not of martyrs, the benedicts That is to Do YOU Lovk Music? If eo. sccuro say, as the Ellzabethtown News says. nm. nt thn intor ,. n.-- . per. He went to work on a farm sim- - fc00 bo repealed, ply for his board. Later on he secured Among tho muny hundaomo build-- a he will do like Sam Shackelford, flret Steps of tho day, by mulling Ten cents got elected and then get married position as porter In a storo. Such u lugg thut tiro going up hero is the (silver or stumps) to cover mailing and - American Loan Co.'s, an eduoa-.stor- y English would, of course, obtain poatago, to tho undersigned for u copy tlon, and ho secured a chair In and which will bo used for olllccs. It Is MHTRlMONIflL. (Mark enjof tho Illg Four Two-Stethen tho presidency of Christian Col built mostly of steel and will cost when velope Wo aro giving lege, at Canton, Mo. Ho entered tho completed a mint of money. Tho 10- - In Louisville Thanksgiving day 33 this music, which Is regular ministry '" Lexington, Ky., in 1871, Anstell building is also n grand couples were united in matrimony. sheet music, ut this exceedingly low Dora Baker, of Newport, has caused Kentucky structure, which stands as a monument having graduated from tho rate, for tho purpose of advertising, University, at that placo, and now re- to tho gentleman of that namo. Each a sensation by fulling In lovo with her und testing tho vuluo of tho different turns to Lexington to take tho of theso buildings looks almost as tall papers as advertising mediums. E. O. Prof. C. II. Poage and Miss Idu Wil- McCormlck, Pass. Trulllc Munuger, Kubber Coals, Mclntoshcs, Trunks and of that Institution. us the wonderful Masonic building In Valises. lis, nleco of Postmaster Willis, of Rich- "UIg Chicago. Four Route," Ciuelnnutl, O. Low. Terms Cash. Miss Helen Hunt, of Greenville, Notwithstanding tho fact that there mond, were married at Kirksvillc. Mention this paper when you write. Ml V.Un .......... .,.., .u, mwl v. v, ....... ....... U'fllliiinann. IK u..u n O found a purso In church and took It to aro 77 cases of small-po. m here, nobody Tho Kentucky Sinking Fund Com- tho preacher to make the announce- seems to bo scared. All of the patients Pollurd, 17, eloped to. Tennessc, from mlssloners declined to sell or leuso the ment from tho pulpit, which ho did aro at the pest house and the majority Chrlstiun county and were murrled. thus: "Somebody lost a purse hero of them are Negroes. Llttlo fear is en"' BOi,1 VefTu's counties. They also dc- last Sunday evening, and if the owner tertained of a further spread of tho married ut Livingston to Cluudo Lin- eided to cull on county judges to place wnnta the properly he can go to Helen fearful disease. villo, of Paris. for It." A young man at Galveston, Texas, guurds at tho gutcs, and If this is not Hunt A now cotton, which has 6ot tho cothis sweetheart and Bro. Walton, who has bo ably edited ton growers to thinking, was raised shot und killed throat.. Strange then dono tho militiamen will be culled out bow cut his owu Tho largest cannon in tho world is the Intukiok JouitNAL. for many de- near hero this year by a mail who lht'r.e fellows ul ways commence at tho now being built at tho Bethlehem iron cades, denies thut ho is a sinner. We don't know how hocamo Into posses- wrong end! ISj Receiving his- John M. Rodman, former assistant works In Pennsylvania for tho prois called "limbless didn't know whether to cluss him with sion of the seed. It commissioner of agriculture, and tection of New York harbor. It will the spinsters or with tho sanctltlca-tlonlst- cotton" und besides being much liner, State Evelyn Brown, daughter of h require 1,000 pounds of powder for a Miss Tuylorsvlllo Cpurlor. With a great deal moro of it can be raised John Young Brown, wore mar- t load und it will hurl a projectile It) miles. ho latter, please, Bro. Brown. to tho ucre. Tho ruling prlco of cot- - ried Sunday night in Louisville. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. blue-gras- taking tho chances on an Invitation to .. . .it vui, riii.i. i.. iiiuiiKngiviuguiiHicr, r Hponu most i day on my way to Atlanta to that visit my brother, T. It. Walton. There was nothing along tho journey that attracted my attention ns a possible news Item, except that the Lord never made a meaner looking country than that from MoKlnney to this place. Tho at home and I ton is now file, while this lucky gentleman disposed of liis at 10c and the seeds of tho wonderful variety amounted to about as much. It grows to a height of S to 10 feet. The mule market is vorv dull htro now, owing to tho ow price cotton is .. M winging. Air. u. K. urow, of tho .Mil- stables, says he would ad- vise Koiiturkluns to hold their mules u while longer any way. A splendid Jhi nob of cotton mules hands high brought only $.0 Saturday morning. B. C. W. 1 l.-- LANCASTER. which weighed 10 pounds, Mr. W. S. Dnnsdnv nl,i ri ..t.in weighing 1. 110 pounds ut 4ln w Mf. .. . Josopti JJales, of Madison. Mr. Beaz-o- f ley has 107 cattle to carry to the Juuo Messrs. J. M. Duncan ..ml aonrm. Smith caught five Hshes on the 2fith f .. ... The : GLOBE DANUILLE, KY., Tne cheapest and best Glothing lop-Bra- market. Because of somo misunderstanding, the joint sesclon of the Christian En- deavorers, of your city, and this, was not held on Sunday night. Another date will be made lu thu future. As reported in my last letter, there Is but little business In court. It adjourned Wednesday until Friday and on that day It adjourned until to-da- Store the State. Gents' Fui COAL FAMINE Hus-tonv- f 1 ille 1 J.H. BAUGHMAN of people CO. sea-to- n, soul-stlrrln- 1 Waoi Loads aid Dead Loads a Of MERCHANDISE u, t u,tas Another Olock Goes JACOB HUMMELSTEIN, J i Hign Locust Herd Reg. Poland cn.in.as. .... ss te .. i ... I 1 to-lfi- I book-keep- mimfmmsfimmwM r n ini c it HEW fcfl step-fathe- r, ! Drugs & Toilet Articles, W. B. MoBOBEBTS. - T -- Books And Bibles. sup-Clo- ll I j of-fi- co FLOORING, METAL ROOFING. lMgJaP ?S STANFORD, SIDING, r ol ( A. C.gmE, CEILING, MV, I'l' K 11 . FINISH. I ,,ih . an Farm a,nd Vsircl Fence. Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Heavy Boots, I ''Two-Step.- ") 50-ce- ut Gents Furnishing Goods Piic; presl-dene- step-fathe- r. x - m H. Grn'vK' iSriivo S'9 ua lnT1 J. McROBERTS. H. C. RUPLEY, -' 1 Ij t Tffi MER6HANT TAILOR-- M ; s. ex-Go- v. FALL AND f WINTER f GOODS. K ' . 1 r tv t t aafi.-., k- - & in Pkesident M. 1. tTTI h. ' t " Smith, of tho L. a.t 1 l hii' i1 s 1 ? ! i , .' ' St i tit h ' in-"- ! ) i r i M II ' n 9- - V U ' r . &N., very vigorously opposes tho pending legislation before Congress to give tho Interstate eommoreo commission greater power. Ho says tho purpose of NOV 30, 1 897 ho proposed legislation is not to re5TANKOKD. store t,o tho commission something it has lost, but to eivo it something it has W. P. WALTON. Owinir to the sad death of our Mr. Urbansky, we will be called on never possessed: something it could not . . " uso safely, and something that novor ,,;. to make a settlement with his administrator Jan. 1st. beverai tnou- fnot be sold at any prteo were should bo given it. The proposed nnrl 4rdLnro wnrfli rt Krnnrl now fMnthitlfr. DrV Goods. HoOtS aild THE Sholbyvlllo News copies our away. Ft ve Mild for $lf each, two for changes nro radical and revolutionary, on the Congressional prospects In affecting not simply tho railroads, but 310 muli, live for $." each and one for $2. Shoei, Carpets and Oil Cloths, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods district, anil in place- - of our sug- tho whole character of government. It this Thoroughbreds never sold so low in will be .slaughtered to meet this demand. Seldom if ever h.is such an gestion of Gov. McCreary offers Hon. Is not possible for one commission toilx Lexington before Look at our bargains nil around money saving chance been offered. G. G. Gilbert, who it claims is tho peer controrates, to settle tho innumerable below and judge for yourself. of any statesman in this proud old versies daily arising between lines, beA yellow fever iiuriso who did duty at Commonwealth, and adds that he is a tween shippers and between cities. Vlcks- Edwards, Miss., got drunk at has boon appointed J. W. Ander-todomocrat of democrats and when thoburg, fell out of a window and thus un- - postmaster at Pulaski, l'ulaski. and loyEmmktt Logan, of the Louisville herolcally died. mrir miMt. needed truu friends Dr. S. B. Powell, for 50 years a pracnl hnlnfti-s- . ho was active in making Times, can always be relied on to say B. II. Dudley was seriously hurt by ticing phy&lohwi at Nlcholasvlllo, died Seven papers ol pins for toe. Three spools thread, guaranteed as speeches and working for democracy. tho ,.j ,a lMng in tue ,.jj,j,t way at tho being hit with the slipper, thrown dur. . : . Pi- . .r. Of Mi- Tyler's ing his Initiation into the Mystic thero which is doubtless true, but tno m09t Opportunc time 1 All of iu. " V. IN. 1. IOC. 3 uozen uook.s .uiu ey 1... Centre College and tho University of point wo endcavorcu to maitu iu "JU manifesto ho says There is no par- - Shrlno at Louisville. will play football at Louis - . Warner 9 patent corset clasps at IOC. 2 dozen peui outions tor 10c. start was not that thcro were not many tjcumr objection to tho National demo Gov. Bradley in an intervlow ntLox-ingto- n vlllo next Siuunlay afternoon. I patr 01 20c wire 2 boxes I'rcnch swans down lace powder lor loc. nonnmn.. In tlin rltatrfot. which is full cratie army of generals keeping up its declares his Intention of calling Crockett, tlio yoitnjr moflloiil buckle suspenders for 10c. Howe of them, nor that there arc no other organization in Kentucky and 4 dozen white bone collar buttons IOC out tho militia in a few days to guard Btudontof Wllmore, who aliot himself what good it can hope to ac- threatened deserving men, for there arc scores but Best Roman stripe and plaid percales at 10c per yard. Children's on ueeount of ii lovo nlhilr, In iloiul. who are, but that in order to wlu in complish without at least a few priHoy's crusher hats at 10c. The body of Win, Montgomery, of ujjotl uhout CO ribbed undershirts and pants at 10c each. Joseph Kuwllng, the district, which is now somewhat of vates in tho ranks, is one of those Ghent, who was drowned in tho Ohio , libation, of Hoy's jockey caps at 10c. Men's scarls, 50c quality, at 10c. dropped dead ut yem-8a doubtful quality, we must nominate a things that nobody can find out. river Aug. 0, was found at Vovay, Ind., heart disease. Ho was ino of the best known and favorably known man who is Tar. four Independent republicans Sunday by a fisherman.member 01 ttie known and most popular citizens of to every man, woman and child within Dr. P. Rogers, a 20-Ce- nt Its boundary, a man who knows how to elected on fusion tickets at Cincinnati hoard of nenslon examiners at Mt. Ster Marlon county. Sam Bryant, who sued Mass Salllo willing and have decided to vote for Hanna for U. organize and who is both ling, has been declared Insano and sent Lane for $10,000, for slander, pit judgLadies' ribbed vests and pants, the 35c quality, for 20c. Patent ablo to stand his part of the cxpenso of S. Senator, thereby showing that their to tho asylum at Lexington. ment vostorday for $l,(K)0. This Is tho is no other can- independence hinged on their dependtho campaign. Thero J 00 O. Embry. a farmer, Was shot third trial of It and will probably settle window shades with fancy border, worth 40c, at 20c. Curtain poles didate to bo elected next November, ence on money. with fixtuscs complete at 20c. Kxtra quality floor oil dnth nt 20c a and killed by a tenant. L. A. Stull. on the matter. Somer.-c- t Reporter. and our nominee must make the race In a 0 Embrv's farm, near Mt. Sterling, Is siJd to have cost the State It Tho H. N. I. & B, railroad lias been yard. Ladies' Taffeta fleece lined gloves (or 20c. Kleincits dress single handed against all opposition. to take an inventory of the peni- quarrel over the tobacco crop. hold by the Hon holders to Adolph republicans at the for 20c. All wool dress goods 34 inches wide, all shades, for Tho success of the tentiary chair factory. They come At Sovlervlllc, Tcnn , Pleas wynn. It shield of I'hlladelphla, for Si'0,000. year ago has emboldened high but we must have 'em occasional charged with tho murder of William election a yard. Baby shoes sold for 50c before go this week at 20c. Boys Is expected that tho lino will bo ex- 20c them and they will make a big effort to ly- and wife, was convicted, ana tended to Beattyvllle and ultimately to shitts rt 20c. Boys' wiibts that cost us 37 c nt wholesale go at 20. Whaley keep the district in lino next year. companion In crime, IMnevillo. Is to unite Old Simon Bolivar too wants tho Tlnton, his alleged What we want therefore .. gold bug organization Of was acquitted. continued. The Mt. Vernon Signal records tho without an unseein-1upon tho best man, 35-Ce- nt A Negro was lynched near a gener- death of Milton Terklns Nowcomb, nnn.nKin rnn ttm nHlpp. nnd then the course he does. Isn't he both he had stolen a proprietor of the Newcomb House, lined Ga., because republicans will stand no raqro show al and a decoy duck ? mule. Another was lynched for out- ii!). Ho leaves four children to mourn reMcu's neglige shirts for 35c each formerly sold at 50c. Men's Me- than a snow ball docs in hades to raging near Blackshcar. Both were his loss: Misses Mattle and Lena Now- - , -POLITICS -cl,Jrt , im rU party to ConMPn' nnfl Unv's cortlurov rrolf nnd turn a member of their shot to death. ,'. comb. WlllJ. Newcomb and Mrs. Jas. a worthy, consergress. Let us name The constitutional amendment tied .yacht caps at 35c. Men's working gloves we bought to sell nt 50c Germany is to assemble a squadron vative man, whose democracy is un In Letcher county. Thero was one vote and .'1,500 men In c of eight warships C. U. 'lorCc remnants ol red uamasK tauic uncn soui at n t... . . nf tho iirii. v.. ..vv r and doubted and who can oomblno all the , . . it Chinese waters. This Is to emphasize Brown, of Caney Fork Creek, on wak- 50c in this sale at 35c per yard. Eiderdown for wraps and sacques at anu qualities ncccbsary at this juncture, Ash,and j Va had u 8maU earthquake Germany's demand of indemnity for tho ing up was much astonished to (Ind n . . wd Hhall know no such word as fall. yard. Men's all leather Yankee suspenders for 35c, sold at SnMmlnv afternoon which mnrdnriif German missionaries. female addition to his already 35c Phllllplno Islands! about five seconds and shook A typhoon In the growing family. Liberty Tribune. The 50c everywhere. There is one good suggestion In lasted up considerably. in October caused tno loss 01 inousiinus women muit attend to those things very Commissioner Evans' pension report. things J. G. Sebastian, of Booneville, suc- - of lives, one report placing it nt (1.500, quietly In Ciisoy or tho men are very Tr. la t.hnt. hnreaftor women WOO In the collector's of which 500 were Europeans. Scores W. marry pensioners shall not bo . entitled cecds ... L. Crutchor hard sleepers. . Richmond, and is tho first of trading vessels were wrecked. auer olllce to a continuance 01 tno pension The Lebanon Falcon says that within The Vandcrbllts aro ouuuing oranen- Umn lhrc colored fc- of tho pensioner. A great draft from tho eligible list. c death no Harper's Weekly describes Mark es of tho Chesapeake & Ohio railway! ..,. ,,10r0 havo lrIcd tho morphine A UBBANSKY A CO , PnorHirroiw many women have been known to mar-r- r grounds old soldiers iust to continue their Hanna as a nresumntuous upstart, a Into tho coal fields, and goss p t() lhe T. D. KANKY. Manaokh. has an they aim at eventually dominating tho rmla pensions and tho fact that thero are . boss of unusual vulgarity, who stvelan ferry and that two " g . Kini-npower coal trauc 01 1110 iosi, uuu TT w. confidence in tho of thorn succeeded in getting there. Pari, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, I.ntvrcnceburg, f'ynthlanii, VcrMllIc, now 2.S00 widows of tho soldiers of the election, Negro, charged with Georgetown, ElUabethtown. Frankfort, and Mauckport, Ind. Hicks Price, a had been crossed in lovo, war of 1812 on the pension lists shows of money in Interviews nrlminiil assault, was taken from tho All three practice began with the system ofl The Now York World has poor things. the which show jail at Starke, Fla., by a mob of about pensions. Thero are said to be many (with the U. S. Senator, recognition of 100 men, hanged to the limb of a tree disreputable women who lie uround that nearly all favor the CRAB ORCHARD. of Cuban belllgerancy, while some favor and about 50 shots flred Into his body. soldiers' homes and play all sorts and interference, The effects of tho late. Arch Carson Leo Pitts, a Negro Pullman car schemes to Induce the pensioners to independence ropubll-thel- r St. Louis, charg- and John Stewart were sold Saturday under arrest at Of the 75 domocrats and 25 marry them, and when they accomplish A. E. Hill, a afternoon. end, they have no further caro cans In the House of the next Legisla- ed with attempting to rob Miss Ella Watson returned homo 21 lawyers. 20 broker of Providence, R. I., of $12,000 j ture, HO are farmers, tor their husbands except to watch for by pretty llttlo base-laIn checks and cash on board a sleeper. Saturday, accompanied their death. Any man who was in tho merchants, six preachers, one a Edmlston, for a short Walter Braden, a soldier from Fort Llllio Paston war is too old to marry now any-- 1 ball magnate, five editors and five MacPhcrson, kissed his sweetheart, visit. ought to be some stop teachers. way and there my that Gov. Miss Mattle Ncaly, In public at Atlnn-ta- . Tho members of the Baptist church put to tho inducement of a certain class . The Spencer Courier McCrcary has no warmer friends than and as a consequence both were ar are requested to meet at tho church of women to marry them solely for those In that county, but they think rested and lined W ench In tho police next Saturday at 11 o'clock promptly what they can make out of it. Good Goods at the Lowusl Possible Cash Prices. Xo on a business meeting. that ho should not enter the race next court. Misses Annie Whitley and Loutllla Goods .sold on time but one Sealskin is no longer the thing 'year, but glvo G. G. Gilbert, to whom The Associated Press has made Louoffice South of tho Glvens, colored, gave very amuslngand women. Persian baby it pays a high tribute, a clear track, with fashionable isville tho principal at a State official who claims to bo In Ohio river for the distribution of news creditable entertainments weektho Collambskin has taken Its place and every at UnNow York woman, who can afford, it, is touch with affairs at Washington, says to the Atlantic coast States South of ored Baptist church last schools. Is broken Virginia, affecting the fad. It is very expensive tho Kentucky Federal slate heretoforo served from closing of their Thanksgiving day was very disagreeand blouse of il costsS300. It is so tt,,d that John W. Lewis will bo Washington. a rusty brown gion agent, John II. Wilson district convicted of assault able and few were bravo enough to face that sablo looks One of tho fiends it; and It is so lino and so soft tornoy and Gen. Collier or George D. on Mrs. Gleason at Newport and given tho wind to attend services by Rev. that the finest silk of the softest mull Todd surveyor of tho port of Louisville, 20 years had the check to appeal to Gash wilder und the children's at the Christian church. All looks coarse by contrast. The ewes are The last proposition bccms too widely Gov. Bradley for a pardon, but he well, but fed on certain foods which stimulate divergent. promptly wrote on the papers: The the children did exceedingly of the fur andj The Lansing Journal, one of tho punishment la not as severe as Itshould Hazel Slaughter and Nellio Turnbull the sheen and. delicacy deserve especinl mention for their at tho right period tho lambs uro torn leading advocates of the gold standard havo been. of Chicago, who built sweet, strong voices. Tlio following from the living mother. The In the State of Michigan, has announc-Noalive F. D. Ulgby, Mc- York Journal has begun a crusade ed Us disgust with tho republican the Ada Rehan stiver statue, says ho llttlo L'irls took nart In It: Mabel Bastln. Ethel Bastln, pub- - ministration, cut loose from its gold the use of tho material and has boon retained by several western Whorter. Mamie n standard alliance and declared lor the millionaires to construct a solid gold Georgia King, Llllio Edmlston, Hazel iishes many letters from It statue of President McKlnloy, to cost Slaughter, Nellio Turnbull, Mary Ha women in support of its position, but regular democratic organization. no appeals to tho sex will prevail over regards the evils of republicanism as $1,050,000 for exhibition at tho Paris ley, Llllio Haley, aVnti Lasley and .Mag gie Culton. The entertainment was fashion's decrees and beauty's suppos- - greater than any which could come Exposition in 1IM)0. exgotten up under thosupcrvlslon of Miss cd demands. from democratic success. Eighty quarts of Chesterfield, Ind., and the Hallle Edmlston, who Is a nlco musl- No Kin to Billy Politically. ploded & Speaker Reku signalizes his return The Smnfop(1 lNTEIUOU Journal pre-t- o town Is near of ruins, tho little vll- - clan herself. a mass Washington by announcing that the ;8entgtho name of Ju(f,e Robol.t j lago being nearly wiped off tho faco of .Tiiiiinin Welch and Fannlo King are House Is not a part of tho repub lean BrcckInrIljge of Danville, for tho earth, the explosion being tho most improving; also Miss Llzzlo Jones at. rii-- d v jf j whose policy is neither tujjk lg uMt aUorney gcneraI. From terrific in all tho history 01 wen snoot this time. Miss Annlo Bronaugh was IKKftZH negative nor positive, but utter y wmt Uulo WQ know Q Judge Bre,.kln. ing in tho Indiana oil fields. at homo from hor school at Stanford to' blank. He says the country is greatly rIdR0 wo hnvo a vory hffh estiraato of girl at spend Thanksgiving with the home- A good looking mulatto disappointed in Mr. McKinley and that h,g abnUy and chttractei and our Charleston, S. C, Is under arrest on folks. Wado Perkins, or tho Military his course must prove calamitous. Mr. fliend WaUond advocacy of his claims the charge of blackmailing a weanny sohool at Lexington, camo hoiro to eat UY Reed owns tho circus and his ropudla- - WQuld certalnlv not diminish that good New York banker. She purchased a turkev and Hirt with the girls. Mr. tlon of tho long heralded advance agent , ,nIon 0m. undemanding is that mulatto baby, charged that the banker Massle, of Louisville, was hero a few of prosperity shows that things ro;tho jud Isnotpolatcd t0 hh brothci. was tho father of the child and demand- days ago on uusincss uuu cuiiuik uuuu . working together for good for all who mu . . . of our graceful girls. Mrs. Georgo T. nolltlcally- .- ed money from him for its support. lovo democracy. d Farrisand pretty little daughter, of, Owenton Herald. of tho 11 hellions who Another Mrs. Glcason at Newport was Lancaster, were here visiting Mrs. for lieutenant R. T. Tyler, nominee given 20 years in the penitentiary Wed- Scott Farris and other relatives last 'News Briefly Told governor on tho Hardin ticket, who afnesday. If tho juries of Kenton coungavo a social Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, terwards flew entirely out of tho coop, Two girls were drowned while skat- ty can do no bettor than this, the wo- week. Miss Jael Garner country a few ought to tako tho party at her homo in the men of tho county Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. can see no reason for abandoning tho ing at Duluth, Minn. and hang them. Glasgow evenings ago. Tom Napier has rented side show adjunct to the republican Three persons were burned to death men out News. Mrs. Clara Slngloton's farm and moved Room Oppo.Mte Court- -I louse Square, Stanford, Ky party, and says ho Is for keeping up in a house of In Jamestown, N. his family mere lately. juns. democratic organization. Y. tho National of Bryantsvlllo, will FARM AND TRADE. TTiutt nmnoptvsnnn. Burchoccupy tho, Fire at thoTougaloo Negro universiBuuniiniin So is Billy Breckinridge. So is everybody else who hopes thereby to tarry ty at Tougaloo, Miss., caused a loss of Marouette, 2:17, valued at $15,000, holds the position of freight agent 1 the station at present. Mrs. Lackey, 820,000. yet a little whilo in the public gaze. died at Point Pleasant, W. Va. was last week. Mies Thero are two Negroes on the jury 'HrA 'Vifl W. May- of bum ford, who here Tho Anderson Nows says J. teaches school neari 11 1 Kato Hays, HI of Jessamine, is at Hyden that is trying Abljah Pace Old man Wllmore, i w imii d cat- May wood, spent Thanksgiving hollda B of Mv K J U JgL or sold two car loads getting mighty tired waiting for his for murder. at home. Mrs. Alice Newland is visit-- 1 tle to Simon Welhl at 4ic. part of tho pie, so he has taken a Tho people of Brunswick county, N. A gentleman In position to know tells Ing friends in Mltchellsvllle. Withers shows the brightest, cleanest line of Furniture, straight cut to favor. Ho sent a C, celebrated Thanksgiving by burn- us that thero are not enough hogs in turkey to Hanna for Thanksgiv- ing a Negro alive for murder. WANTED. Lincoln county to supply Its people ing and if that don't bring him tho Thcro aro seven surviving soldiers with meat, tho farmers having sold so To buy small farm of 50 or 75 nrrcs. longed for office, then indeed arc repub- of tho war of 1812 on the rolls, and closo to keep from feeding $3 hogs with ply to J. T. SIIiVDOAN, Somerset, Ky. widows of soldiers of that war. licans ungrateful and fit only for trea$2 corn. Wall jPiJper, Window Shades, Rugs, Portieres and Lace Curtai According to tho pension report son and stratogems. Toohcy & Sullivan, who aro running thero aro 28,379 pensioners in Ken- a turkey slaughtering establishment keep the stock to select from, rnce is an object. Look BOTH of tho Shclbyville papers say tucky, and they get $4,215,040.21 annuor exchange for city ltuy and pike, aro property. sell farms, Farms to select from, near town, on tho Lebanon will be convinced. Bust list of 'Congres- ally. that Mr. Gilbert can win-thto 35 or 40 hands. ull klniU uud lm. Tho Virginia Society of Atlanta, Ga., giving employment ahlDDcd in this district n'cxt year, sional raco ADAMS A nOWE, to Boston cn fn,. thnv hnvn I). Mfu Ucul but neither says a word about young will eelobrate tho birthday of Gen. , Si f turkeys.) I. Manager . Cor. 8tliEstato,AgonW, 30,000 pounds of dressed and Jefforaon, Mr. Foree. What's tho matter with Robert G. Lee, on January 10, with a some LouIitIUb, Ky. Branch Store at Hustonville, H. R. Camnitz, Manager. farm Department. Advocate. banquet. Pryor, this time? THE INTERIOR JOURNAL K, - 1 nr-tlc- tc Miss Jean Buchanan, of Crab Orchard, was on yestorday's train en routo to Louisville to visit Mrs. John A. Haldeman. Eight Inches of snow cover the ground ut Chrystal Falls, Mich., and tho thermometer was )0 degrees below zero Sunday. Wages of all employes of the Missouri Pacific system have been advanced Twenty thousand men 10 per cent. affected. are Thomas Rouko escaped punlshmunt for drunkenness and abuse of family at Vaueeburg by taking an oath never to drink again. The Uarrodsburg Democrat says V. ' C. Terhuno bought of Win. Robinson, of Boyle county, 20 yearling mules at SM.fiO; from Jerome Huble, of Garrard, 27 at $;10: from John Duster, of Morcor, 37 itt. AM. mid from J. A. Nooe. thrco suckling mules at 620 cneh. At the Huston sale of thoroughbreds at Lexington, IU were sold at an aver- - I 11 ito of S7N Three horses that could Hare Bargains ! I vicinTtynews. n 10e BARGAINS. 1 1 1 I - Vlr-'inl- a S" .. - olse-wher- e, toll-gate- s. Bargains. $10,-00- Se-Bi- il, 4V Way-cros- s, Bargains. ,, : ,i -- ,., -- m-iii- m O-v- ard w ? I pr THE LOUISVILLE STORE. W' Coon-huntln- g .over-weenin- ..i0. ..! I c. I i jt por-tcr,.- ls J ; MARK HARDIN, st Cash Dealer In Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, &c. Low Cash Price To ALL. pen-bla- ck do outer-talnmc- nt ( Expert Glass Cutters. w ad-agal- well-know- , nltro-glyccrin- J o I Window Lights Furnished In All Sizes at the Lowest Prices. CRAiC HOOKER. UHDGRCAKinG ( C. M'CLARY. out-ra"c- Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Ill-fa- .uc-Clur- e, 1 1,500-poun- 'VJIHrT'lPl) Iftkr ' m ill - TIPii-VrTI-'Mr- fr W wm ml JKWizJmv 2,-8- 10 Carpets, Matting, Farm Exchange. v o W. W. i WtTHERS. STANFORD. u ') J V' XtLMUTfiXpjfUttSiXCiS .. 'r m H.t i- - JJC 'tf 'rf " "?rhji Fif ,. wutch. -- -' '- - F "" '" Dav- f1J)K"' "f" - pirrrfr ' I 1 T Dons your old truss hurt ? Wo guarantee a perfect lit. Penny's Drug THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! Boston s at Wulton'a Opera Store. House, Dec. 7. Stock must be reduced, Special InCAM. and seo Hamilton's now stock duccmenta to caah buyers, come and Stanford. Ky., Nov. 30, 1897 of Xmaa goods. see. Marie Hardin. Money Waitov Business Manaoek. box HIS. to loan on farms. Apply to GOV. Hradlky refused to pardon Stanford. James Stephens sent up from this coun Lkt Dankt) repair your No calls will bo answered except for physicians after 0:30 l M. Miss Ncttlo Wray, Manager Telephone Exchange. If Where to Send My Girl to School ? ff Scud Her to Stanford College. $ "mwfft - uu' ! GUNS, loaded shells and amunltlon l'KESCMtll'TloNH aro tilled right nnd at right prices at Penny's Drug Storo. CpuI(J & IIockop,g ijt t 1 M. SUELTON. 1'ituitir.NT. write for catalogue. comes that tho at dispatcher's olllco will bo moved right ALL tho towns around us are short on away, pretty quick already to Livingcoal. Buy your supply whllo you can You will find everything good to cat ston, but we trust it is as baseless as it PERSONALS. Sti o get it. J. II. Baughman & Co.. ut W. II. Hrady's. would be undesirable all around. several MissHUTll Kl.t.lBON apont Gi:ntli:.mi:n. Thoso tlecco lined Loadkd shelh, hunting coats and shirts and drawers at 15 cents each and Lovktt's Boston Stars ate correctly I am now prepared to make all kinds of Picture Prames to days at Somerset. order from tho Cheapest lo Is Promptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Also carry Miss Katie Lr.i: YKAnr.K, of Doyle, legging. W. H. McKoborts.Derby ribbed shirts and drawers at 50 named, for each member a star. Of tho .Most Expensive All work done of all the concert companies that havo tliu Largest und Most Complete llnu is with frlendB here. TliussiSat half price. Perfect fit cents, aro exceptionally good values.. visited us, nono has been so evenly balWeaken, of Lexington, Is guaranteed. Craig it Hooker. Thomi'H. Severance & Son. Oils. Var- anced as this company. Their ability, 9 visiting relatives hero. X Window glass In all sizes, Hottom Tun report of a toll gate raid In the courtesy and readiness to respond to Mas. Mahy Vr.Li.s, of Lexington, la l'Mah. West End Is proved happily untrue. encores, won for them tho good will of prices at Penny's Drug Store. visiting Mm. I. W. Handsome line of Tine PICTURES for the Holidays. Call and sec. There Is no need of any lawlessness In the audience. Ccntrcvlllo (Mich.), Ob- In Centrnl Kentucky. Vim.iam KKLASn, of nichmond, la Gkntlkmrn. Look at our lino this county to secure free pikes, for server. At Walton's Opera House, visiting t Mr. A. M. Folund'a. overcoats and gloves. Severance they will bo freed us fustns the lineal Dec. 7. IlnitTIIKNA McCORi). of Miss No. 30(1 Main Street, Danville. Ky. Sou. r'chind. court can make the arrangements. Is visiting MUa Doll Tin: Boyle fiscal court olTcred PresiMISS ESTII.I. WAUCKU, of Tin: most stylish and completo Hue Nothing has been heard from the dent J. S. Itoblnson Saturday $100 a Don- la tho guest of MUa Hollo of stationery to bo found in Stanford at Chicago brokers who bought tho coun- mile to keep up tho Stanford & DanCraig Hockor's. ty bonds conditionally, but that will ville pike and to pay tho stockholder Miss Jr.NNir. MdviNNKY, of G per cent on tho stock while it leased TlIK Queen ft Crescent will put its make no dllfcrcncc, so fur as freeing la visiting Mrs. Uottle McKInthe pikes uro concerned. Iho ways tho road, which was accepted. If the fast winter service in elTcct Dec, ncy. to do Lincoln court declines to tako the .'11 and means will be devised class will next Sunday. Miss Ei.i:n Haixou's 12c Handkcrclilef 2c that, If tho owners will meet tho court miles it owns in tnis county at &luu a A Ladles good Winter Vest for vui glvo a muslealo at wiuion mile, Mr. It., through Hon. R. C. War Linen Towel 25c 4c " COAL is advancing rapidly, so tako half way. " " ..min. House, Dec. 22. Two Writing Tablets 45c best Winter Vests for lc ren, will make tho same proposition to advantage of the low prices offered you Thosi: who have turkeys to sell this fiscal court 45c Lead Pencil .... Mrs. Pet Johnson and children now. J. II. Baughman & Co. lc All wool Undershirt hero should read tho notice of J. K. ChrisThimble went to Nashville yesterday to visit her lc Sc Co. Unless they can buy "Whi:at will not go any higher," usbniid'rt rulatlvcs. ON account of the terrible wreck on tian turkeys to keep them running, said Mr. Buck Iliatt tho other day, Tho lino of Shoes which I ntn closing out at SI for choice aro going llko hot cakct. They T. S. Wkhii, JR.. of Knoxvllle, with tho K. C. at Elkln, Saturduy, the 0:0.'i son, Shop, Joliiud hla wifo at l. M. K. C. didn't get hero till :i A. M. they will have to eloao their slaughter "and I will tell you why. It Is the poor are not up to date In style, but they aro tho best of quality. Eery pair cost more than hla little hoiijtt'. at which they aro paying '2 cents folks who eat most of tho Hour and it 81 .50. You can get them for Si. Judge Saulley'a Saturduy. Sunday. aoveruly hurt Sathigiii than they paid a year ago. has gotten too high for them now. Rich Sam HISUOI was HUN Tunis, a Dunvllo barber, gets folks do not eat much. A biscuit or from a bam ho was urday by falling Soci'J 11 K Young Ladles Missionary his fuco und name In tho Louisville two docs them, while it takes a good G. Koutt. biildlngfot-W- . ety of tho Presbyterian church will many to go around in a poor family. I V. T, IWAN, of Atokr, Hoylo Times us tho oldest "practicing'' bar" Mil. gHc their entertainment on the 10th know ono with three or four in it that The Higgcst and Cheapest Line of county. 0110 of thu strongest and best of her 111 tho country. of December In Walton's Opera House. 00k more Hour than any hotel in your democrats, was hero Friday. COLD. Many people were killing Admission iiOo for grown peoplo and 25 town. Tho biscuits arc nono of your MISSIS HESSIE WORTIIINC.TON and hogs in this county yesterday. Tho cents for children. Tho entertainment llttlo fellows either. They aro as big as the palm of my hand and 1 havo seen Aria Wright, of HustonvlHo. have signal service says we would havo th will consist of dramatic reading by M a joung fellow not over 1.1 do up a dozboan visiting tho Mlus lillls. Starling F. Marshall, of Henderson coldest snap of the tcuson en of them for one meal, with colTee, . been viitinu the Mls-e- b lillls. tersperscd with local musical taleu meat and other things thrown in. No of Mr. Chut. WlllLK out hunting Thanksgiving TlIK news of tho death sir, wheat's as high as sho will go; unday, James Kolley accidentally shot his Tin: London Echo says that tho two poor folks can't atlord to eat it even H.Hedd.of thor.ast End, proved brother. Adam Kelloy, In tho knee and young men, who are to start a demo ! "uw true, but ho Is a very hick man. MR. Jok W11.UAM8. of McKlnncy, hand. Tho wounds are not serious. crat paper there, aro born and bred re-- 1 "S" In Stanford. Invite your inspection. NOTICE O THOSE WHO HAVE has taken charge of M. S. & J. our yurds publicans, and It will watch with some Coal is being hauled from HaughmunV stable, us manager. interest how they will preach democraUcntiott, to Danville, Lancaster, Hustonvllle, cy. Both of them havo been employes MISSIS Heu.kKoot und McKlnnoy and Moreland. Supply Is of tho republican Echo for years, and We iruo on thoso who still of tho D. Jk D. inslltuto, spout getting short. Buy quick. J. II. have doubtless become so disgusted and wKb to sell to us to bring hnvo turkejs them to us us doys ut Miss Florence Truoheart s. unBaughman it Co. as HCitCH, who is teachwith its politics that they have chang- early this weok a, is 7 cts. for uur price . Miss Estiiku choice young Dec. til counis declining ing kcIiooI at Strlngtown, Casey WlllLi: ho was hunting In Casey, tho ed theirs naturally and unconsciously. turkoju. Tlio market by our Easternevery homo-folkday und the prediction Lexington Leader says that burglars ty, t,Kjnt several days with tho havo a very are that Tin: following oillcers wero elected low market for Xmas, wo will being such a theru on to red thu house of P. W.Green, on for thu ensuing term by thu Knights of largo stock in tlio West and scarcely any of It. G. HAH., of Somerset, camo up North Limestone street and made Pythias last Thursday night: Chan- it lias mottd us jet. Tho prospecU aro that Is a feature of our Prescription Department upon which we pride ourIioumj here, for at wo Sunday to seo his mother, Mrs. Moilo a raid on his refrigerators and p.in- selves. Wo do not slight such prescriptions simply because the medicellor Commander, Joint's F. Cummins; the will shortly cloio our sevup prlcett farmers generally aro holding ulo Hull, who has been very ill for cines aro to be given to domestic animals. Drugs and chemicals of Vice Chnnccllor, George B. Wcurcn: their turks at then, can bu nothing but a weeks. bo Prolate, eral It Is a llttlo old, but It will still H. Meier: K. of R. and loss to us to handle them. doubtful quality aro not "good enough" at our store. This is why you John J. IC. CHRISTIAN & CO. Miss Swkktii: Williams, of news to many of their friends to hear should bring us your prescriptions for Condition Powders, Liniby her beauty, is that Mr. and Mrs. Ira G. Taylor, of S., Jesse D. Wcarcn; M. of A., W. F. who judging ments, Poultry Medicines, Hog Cholera Remedies, Dog Medicines, Ac. Sheridan; M. of F., Jesso M. Alverson: appropriately named, Is visiting the Junction City, are fondling their first M. of E.. Dr. W. B. O'Banuon; M. of Wo nlso have a large number of formulas for for preparing all kinds of AT AUCTION. Mlw.es Ellis. born. Ho Is a boy and has been named W J. W. Shackelford; Trustees. C. remedies for all diseases of domestic animals. have Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pence for his father. Tho mother was Miss II. Ycager and W. II. Wearen. The Kendall Houxo und Lot of HaJf Acre, children Pattle Trlbble. opixislto Mrs. Lou s'hauks, on Lower Main taken two interesting llttlo will bo from tho Kentucky Children's Homo Tin: Rev. W. S. Grinstead was bo se- street. Stanford, of tlio sold ut auction at county In TilRRK was !1.)0 Insurance in the verely jKiutided Thanksgiving day, by o'clockday, front 13TH, IMC. I'or Informatollvo with thum. DEC. court W. T. SAUNDl'.RS will move to the Hartford on tho stable of Mrs. S. C. members of his congregation, that ho tion concerning It, seo W. A. Trlbble, attor- houu now occupied by 1M Wilkinson, Truehoart's premises, which was burn- did not recovered suilleiently until Sun- ' LINCOLN Uril.DINO .W.OAN ASS'N. and tho latter will go 10 one of tho ed a week or two agd, wo aro told by day to express himself on tho subject. Mr E. II. Stallcup, who camo from Ho then told tho doners of tho mauy Baughmuti hom-o- on Mill street. enjoying his Louisville to seo about It. As tho loss Kunds of delicacies, substantial and Mr. E. C. Walton Is was total, of course tho full amount necessaries, which they unloaded at his tlrst holiday for years, with his brothLINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. Atlanta, having will bo paid. house, what he thought of them nnd Win, Hubble, CommltUe for Spencer Hub-bter, T. It. Walton, at vs. M'ticer Hubble, Defendant. Lki: Arnold, of Itockcastlu, peni- went so far as to invito thee to do it lelt for the Gate City, Thursday hist. In Equity. HRKlllT.of tentiary guard at Frankfort, is under a again. Miss ANNIE EVANS Pursuant to an order of the Lincoln CiriSfti Sr.vr.Ri: Fall. James R. Beu.ley cuit Court In tliu nlioie chum;, rendered at is tho guest of her cousin, Mlss serious charge, that of aiding and abet Are sure to come. It behooves you to prepare for him, 1MIT, tho undersigned ting a convict whoso time was out in attempted to cross tho bridge on tho tliu November term. Anna Hello Woods, at tho Fomalo Commli'.Iouer will, on for he will be with us to remain three months. escaping to Tennessee to avoid another K. C. near his aunt's, Mrs. E. B. Cor. I'aris News. We will help you entertain him by supply you with goods Adkine, him. Stephen Friday night, but missed his 13, Tin: birthday of tho twin brothers, warrant against tJ and Jmnort K- - L'nn' also from Itockcastlc, Is tho convict's footing and fell headforemost to the Mesi.ru. Jol" llclnc namo and ho was captured at George- ground 12 or 1.1 feet below, striking tho of tliu the first day of the December term Lincoln Couutv Court, before tho was celebrated at the home of tho for town. right side of his face and cutting it se- court house door hi Stanford, Ky , sell to mer joterduy with a bis; dinner, 10 tho folat public n verely ugalnst tho solid rock bottom, tlio highest bidder propurty, outcry situated A TRRRIHLK wreck occurred at which all the telatlves were Invited. lowing described Trestle near Winchester on the K. which rendered him unconscious for an ou'tho Hanging Pork In Lincoln county, Ky. MRS. JONAS DROWN brought her I'lrsc parcel Is iKiBuded as follows: Itockcastlc C. Satnrdayaftcrnoon. A heavy freight hour or o. It was a very narrow esut a hickory, corner to Ixits Nos. 'J daughter, Ethol, down from cape from dcatti ahd ho says ho will and .1, thenco N. 00 W. U2 poles to a stake, tho trestle over a yesterday to bo treated by Dr. Drown. train wont through was being repaired, never run over that lino again without corner to Lot No. 'J, thenco with lino of I)t It is a fact, sure, we can not replace our goods at the deep ravlno, which No. :i N. 10 E. ?5 poles to centre of Hanging Her entire nervous sjstem is out of orprice we now hold them 22 cars of coal wero dashed to the a headlight. Pork', thenco with tho meanders of same . . der and sho Is In a very helpless condi- and 14 V. :ifi poles N. :) W. :H polos, thence X. feet below. James Harris and earth x tion It is said Stanford will soon have an- (1SJ4 W. SS jxiles. theucn S 9 W. 1H jniles, Post. thouco S. 43 W. C poles, thenco S. S W 10 Loulsvillo ltl.V. Wr. E. ARNOLD, associate edi- Warren Bui eh, working on the trestle, other newspaper. poles, thenco S. ftli'y E. 8 PeuUicoatal Herald. Louis- wero killed. may bo new but if is not truo by a poles S. 14 E. 31tho Hanging Pork, thenco S. This tor of tho pole:), crossing hero ville, spent Sunday with frionds 44 jKiles, thenco S.ST W.IIO pules That Old Monefco boy, as "Happy good deal. They say that fools rush in 104 E. fi. OS lKiles thenco N. TU W. 0 and preached a lino sermon to delimit- Jack" Miller used to call Jim Monefco, where angels fear to tread, but it is not thonco thoncuW. 12 W. T jiolos, N. b4 thencoS. 8I1 poles, old pulpit In the ed hearers from his gave a hop at Walton's Opera House, likely thnt another man will bo found W. 0 jxiles, thenco S. 02 W. T poles, thenco S. We have just placed on sale about ioo samples of Fas 80 W. 15 jHiles. thenco S. 30 W. Ill Methodist church. Thanksgiving night, which was attend- soon to try tho experiment of estab- thenco S. 2I4 W.30 poles, thenco S. 8poles, E. 20 on cinators Hoods, Bootes and Tamoshanters at 25 to 50 A GOOD deal of moving was going ed by lf couples and many gentlemen, lishing a paper hero. In tho sweet poles, thenco S. 44 S E. 7 poles, thenco S. per cent, below regular price. yesterday. Mr. Heuben Williams from neighboring towns without ladles. subsequently, some fellow animated by 71 E. 8 polo, thenco S sO E. 10 poles, IS S. 70 E. 17 S. IJ; moved to McKlnncy, Mr. Gcorgo D. John Cook's Orchestra, of live pieces, the apparent success of tho INTERIOR tlionco incnco b.E.u r;.poles, thenco is poies.inenco s. a,js poles, Woaron to tho houso vacated by him furnished tho music and all unlto In JoCRNAL in sending out two papers a V:. 4 miles to u stake, corner to Lot No. 2, ovleaving Hanging nnd with weok for a ono paper town, may attempt thenco No. 2 X. tho S. MJ poles Horktho beginand Mrs. Molllo Wray to tho rooms saying that they had a glorious tlmo. 27 to Hue of Jc McKlnnoy, so long occu-ple- d will ning, containing mm to start another pnper hero, but ho er nigglns find as others havo dono to their sor- Ono Hundred and Ton Acroo. by tho Woarcn family. KlLLKD HY FALLINO IN A Wr.LL. MR. C. II. Haydrn Is hero to re Allen Glvens, a Negro who was subject row that Second parcel Is bounded us follows; Iiu- Man's a vnpor full of woes, ginning in tho centre of tho Lancaster and main till hla lingers got won. uo is to 11U", fell Into tho well of Davo Pey. llanvlllo plko, thenco with centre of same LexStarts a paper, up ho goes. not so badly hurt na told in tho WE AUE XoW- ton at Moreland, whllo stooping over to N. at W. 14 ioles. thenco X. 50 W. 12 poles, only two flngera Instead draw a bucket of water and went HO E. thonco X. :llA E. ington papers, report camo to town Sunday poles, thonco X. 1131 poles, tlionco X. links,t The V, W. Oil pole. 10 of all on ono hand being broken. They feet to tho bottom. Tho peculiar ac- that Paul Hoffman, who had a sale thonco S. 78 W. 10 poles, thenco X. 44 W. 13 worst aro broken In the joints and tho of a dog drow Mr. Peyton's at- near Ottenhelm Saturduy, had been poles 12 links, thenco leaving tho plko and bo tions meander of tho Hanging Pork S. C.I W. 30 feature of It la will doubtless always tention to tho well and ho immediately killed by Gcorgo Pctry and John Tur. poles, thenco S. 35 W. 'ii poles S. 40 W. 12 8tl,r man hauled up, but tho skull ner, nnd Sheriff T. D. Nowiand and jxiles, thenco S. 51 W. 4 poles, thenco 8. 7T - had tlio 0 S. Gil w. 12 poles, roitMiss Ciiristinr, tho lovoly daugh- - w.ia nrushed and ho died shortly after posbo went over to arrest tho men. W. 54poles, thenco12 links, thenco S. thenco W. 5 poles X. 34$ W. Hradlcy, will likely chrlb- wards. t3r of Gov. They found, however, that tho report poles, thenco X. 55 W. 21 poles to a stake . . Xo. t3ntho now battlcamp, "ivoiimuKi, wit-untrue. Thoy had shot at him and in llan''lnir Fork, S. corner85 lovoles 4, thence 4 40 with lino at Newport News, on tho occasion of Its Shot For Sinoino. "I want doing two balls had grazed hla poraon, but ho comer to of Xo. tlionco E. 00 lE. 02 to u stake same, 8. poles to a launching In January, tho Louisville nothin,' but Bitting down singing," waa not much hurt. It seems that tho hickory, corner to Xos. 2 and 4, thenco S. 8S Board of Trade, having very graceful- said Ed Buster, who hud been struck two fellows went to tho sale drunk ami E. 1S1 poles to tho beginning, anly and properly requested tho governor in a dozen places by shots red by They ran tho "when all got to shooting around. houso Und from Tho two Tracts of Land llocontiguousand other Negro, John Smith, to namo her for the distinction. crowd up stairs of tho Farm In ono compact body of at onco ho jumped up nnd blazod ayuy a window Col. Peter Chandler, tho constitute uhas upon it a comparatively now Miss Lelia Calhoun, a very laud which deserving young lady of at mo?" ThlB may or may not havo house, commodious and well apthem to desist, but dwelling und nil necessary outbuildings in a eco been great provocation. pointed, Wo do not auctioneer, warned Daviess county, was hero Friday to dodgo in his head p. d. q. to line state of repair and a good barn and voto know. Wo havo never heard Ed sing, ho had to Hon. M. F. North. Sho wants his catching a bullet In It. Fi- stables. Tho farm Is well watered, Includvery excel- but will give Smith the benefit of tho keep from ing a good cistern at tliu dwelling houso. und put in a for Librarian old man Hoffman went out, dis- Tho fencing on tho farm Is all good. a poor girl and doubt. Ed further says that after ho nally Tho farm will bo sold to bottle tho estate lent plea for it. Sle is undertaking both men and bent Turner very saw how much he was flhot ho banged armed over tho head with his own of Spencer Hubble nnd pay his debts. is engaged in tho laudablo Tmhms or Sai.k. SK and 12 months. Tho by her away with his gun at Smith, but ho severely Brown's Cultivators. Studcbttkcr Wagons, &c. of educating her four ulsters escaped, howovor, purchaser must executo bond with approvas ho pistol. They both must havo been protty norvous ed personal security for tho purchase price, own exertions. uro still at largo. Petry, it will bo bearing legal interest from day of sale until mUeed him, although a few feet away. and remembered, waa charged a low years paid, having tho forco and offect of judg- Come and tco us when jou want anything In tho Implement line. Smith was arrested and lodged In jail. aco with the murder of tho old German, ments und payablo to tho Commissioner. A V. Buator has marks of shots In his face, who was found dead in "his home, but It lien retained us further security. It. O. WAUUEN. and ho China. Danki. USTln. Fine hands and side, but thoy ail grazed and could not bo proved on hira Master Com'r L. O. O. went acquit. ha Is not much hurt. opening Xmaa goode. DANK8 it m m It has full Conrt" of Study In nil departments. It lins trained and experienced touchison Bomo nico tatty in his last and if ers. It Inn nil needful facilities for tlio thorough tmlnlnR of ijlrls In nil grades. It was for tlio uelfutu and tho grey gelding doesn't in turn glvo establishedStanford and vicinity. ronvenleni'i' of Stanford und Lincoln county. Let all the peoplo of Instead of dissipating their Influenco by patronizing oth Dangs the wo shull loso our er k'iiikm", ruiiyiirouiiu uic i ouecu anu L'io u incir united anil ncany support. Next Session opens Set)t. flth. ror i"ii lniormaiion call on Jirs. s.iuiioy at tlio coilcgoor good opinion of the boss. post-olllc- c, Editor Landram gives George ty for house-breakin- g. A RRD hot report m FICTWIE FMHE! m m m i. Wall Paper, Window Shades. Paints. nishes, Brushes Window Glass T3-2- m Ittoh-inon- d, A. B. GBBOAfS, Kich-mon- d, Hiu,-tonvlll- e, t , King Cash Wo Mo ? to-da- y - to-da- y. sulli-clc- nt SMACKS to-da- m Buggy Rugs! B. K. WEAREN St SOD, Preparing Veterinary Remedies TU R K El V S. s. Hus-tonvill- e, A HOUSE AND LOT court-lioti- 1 PENNY'S DRUG STORE. s Commissioner's Sale. 8 m e, listen Gllil to-mor- row Blasts ! Dan-Tlll- o. Beaz-ley'- s, Monday. Dec. 1897 El-ki- to-wl- t." "Keep You Warm. Samples. & lug SEVERANCE -- SONS. I il 1 AGENTS -- (1 , ! THE 0 LIVER CHILLED FLOWS, 11 Containing no Acres. accom-plUhodn- Dick's Feed Cutters, Hocking Valley Corn Shelters, higgins a m'kinnev; HQJVlNEWS, VTf ,- ,3 . ?WJ-p"W- : f- - in N- - 1 Hi 17 I M-- nr t ti 11 il :! irb4T4? fctfTtfriir4rtto 12 "':":"; Frankfout, Ky., Nov. 25. This Is Tho W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. ouch, nny nnd every caught For Palo Kunilturo nnd lenso of tho host tho glad Thnnksplvinp time. There Dr. A. G. Lovell Saturday. tresnntsluK In nnv wav on my premises. paying Hotel nt Jelllco, TVnti. Tweitty-flv- u O. O.LYON, HiHtonvlllo. rooms, thoroughly iijulpped. Locution, diIs much to be thnnkful for, for Instance, Tho many friends of Mr. John vi'blljola.od.'Sra.osiayo'iOtn.d.S'rldLa.T-rectly o)HMlto Southern md L. fc N. It. it. wo can bo thnnkful that tho heavy coil- were pleased to sec him in town aro Inconvenient during tho dny and dojiot, f lckiiHt cnUM for helling. Address AT destroy rest at night. hoy make A Inp of tho old Stato Uouso did not full Tuesday. for easy terms, a misery instead of n LWittw r life JSPKH YICA.lt IN" ADVANOK kerchunk, on tho biir fat head of Mr. C. C. Davis has closed his school affect many persons after they I'KOPiitirron norm, diamond. Get you rShuvt'H nnil Haircuts nt lllnko- Jelllco, Tenn. tho ago of 40, and are usually reach moro's Harbor Shop. Ho Is the slickest nnd Bill Doboo, and d W When not no paid 332. CO will c charged. w United Stato Senator" of tho genera at Buckeye on opened a grocery and 00 host barlwr In C'ruu Orchard, Ky. by a decay of vital power. member Main street. drug store Ihoy can bo assembly. It might havo knocked his Tho soveral ohurches here will havo head off, which would havo been very Christmas trees for tho pleasure of the Tho crtick barber, Is now buck nt Ids. old TINNING & PLUMBING, mortifying to us. Of course it would children. Songs and recitations suita rvndy to stand lit Mrs. Kghurt'it iton-roo-m "I hare suffered from disordered Jcldneys and give you a shiivo nnd haircut. All ble for the occasion will be given. KY., TIME GIRD. havo caused Senator Dcboo no needing work should call on him. Ho Is Irritable bladder for several because ho gets along withMr. Hugh Miller set an excellent tried many remedies In hopo years and have suro to plciiso you. (.'nib Orchard, Ky. OS of relief, but all Is now prepared to do nil kinds of Plumhtng out a head just as well as a wooden dinner at his popular Hotel, Thanks- failed until I obtained a nampto box of Dr. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. and Tinning. Solo proprietors of Dean's . Ml lllnck Diamond ltoof Point. Telephone No. p ra Indian docs; but it would not look ex giving day. No one knows better than Hobbs Sparairu Kidney Pills. They iravo me & Trains leTe Stanford at 7,10 a. ra. and 20, residence. Shop on Mill St.. oppsltu J. actly right to havo a Kentucky Senator Mrs. Miller how to prepare tempting such relief that I bought a full box and slnco returning al t: 25 p. ui. and :05 p. m. II. Ilaughman & ,s Milt Proprietor ushtir It feel like a new man. My back has of tho nation viands for tho palato. sitting up in the councils ceaod achlnp, mr rest Is no longer disturbed KNOXVILLE DIVISION. night and I And with his head palpably wanting. Miss Sallio Cook's school at Cove will by rlslnif at In my time to Iurinate, always never LIVERY.FEED&SALE STABLE felt better life. shall ,.12 37 p m feel No. 24 Train going Korth 13 a in now that I think of It, it might annoy close Friday with a medal contest. Tho grateful for tho good your medlclno has done .. 3 " " No. 26 " City, Ky. tnc." C.r.o. SWANIOEN, ,.12 04 pin " South No. 23 " Deboo to havo his head knocked oil, speakers for same uro Misses Williams, 23 Conrt St., Louisville, Ky, . 1 27 p in " " " No. 23 Turnouts, prompt attention, very because ho wouldn't have anything to McNew, Riddle, Treadway and Messrs. ForallirolnU. reasonable rates. A portion l your patronage it Hobbs well fenced, well Mostly In solicited. respectfully is snore with, if ho didn't havo his head Riddle ani Treadway. TUBO'IOU TICKETS SOLD. hns nil tho necessary ImproveTHROUOU. with him. UAGOAOB CHECKED Mrs. R. G. Welsh, of Mulllns Staments. Wo will sell privately and 011 easy UKMIIV IIUUH, terms. For any luformatlou enquire ol But Senator Deboo Is not to be with, tion, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Stanford, Ky. out a place in the templo of fame. His Pat Welsh. Miss Georgia McFerran JOE S. RICE, Agent, MOWLAM), KY., Stanford, Ky. namo will honceforth bo connected returned from Laxington Saturday. roii SALE AT Has Gone Back into tho Coal with that dear old flower ono time call Mrs. Mattlc Kirby spent Sunday with QUEEN & CRESCENT. Business', ed tho "Chrysanthemum," but which relatives in Stanford. Trains pass Junction City as follow: And will keep conMnntly on hand tho Jelllwill hereafter be known as tho "Deboo M. Williams returned to 4 02 p in Dr. John South .... U .17 a in No. 2 North N co, Palls llrancli anil otiier lnwt Coals nnd 3 hi u in 1124 pm No a " "4 " ..... 130pm rose." You remember that just pre- Louisville Sunday after a pleasant visWe have, in addition to our iitk tho imtronngo of tho public. Stanford " 6 " " 1125am No. 5 friends who wutil Coal can leavo orders with 6 00 a in vious to tho lato and lamentable elec8 20 p in " 10 " No. 9 " it home. Miss May Miller returned J. II. lllgirlns, which will receive prompt nt Nos. 5 and 6 do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 tion, Deboo and Hunter and two or from Cincinnati last week. Note Miss Ella T. L, IKLTON. tentlon no further South than Junction City, nctlher So they run Sundays. three other republican "leaders" May Saunders, of Livingston, is visitSTANTOKI), KY. whose names do not occur to me at tho ing Miss Ella Joplln. FRANKFORT AD CINCINNATI RY. moment, wero swinging around tho Tho hand of aflliction has fallen upVIAOEOUOLTOWN. imitation of on the homo of Mrs. James Thompson, circle in a a. v r. m. KROOKLYN. Bradley closing a campaign. At ono Louisville, who was Miss Maggie A circular from a large city firm Arl255 200 I.ve, Somerset, 85 8 20 " 11 31 FA 1.1., 1897. " Jet. City, 3 15 d woman Spradlin, of this place. Mr. Thomp- showing 680 of tho stations a 4 50 Arrneotvetown, Lv 9 35 05 cuts and prices, and if we 3 00 who 80 " Frankfort, 1153 20 felt 6orry for the hobo party, gave son, a conductor, was caught and terPull stock of 1'rult nndOriiiimentnl Treis : o -- .. can not suit you we will order Orajw Vines. Small Prnlts, Asparagus nnd 5 30 Dcboo a bunch of chrysanthemums. ribly crushed by his train last week. 8 40 Arr Paris .10 every thing for Orchard. Lawn und Garden. Dally except Sunday anything they have at their price We havo no agents hut cell direct to the BUI rose to the occasion, though It was Latest reports said he was still alive. Co., C. D.UERCAW, O. P. A. his first experience receiving flowers, Mrs. Charles Randall, who lived and when two or more order at planter, saving enormous commissions. KOUND1C1J 1HOG. 011 application to and ho said with a mighty elTort: hero formerly, is very low with typhoid one 11. P. HILLICNMKYKK. time we win piy express cn 63 Lcxliirtou, Ky. Royal makes the food pure, "These here air beyant doubt tho most fever at London. Miss Carrie Lair, wholesome and delicious. beautlfullest roses that I ever seen." one of our most popular young ladies, same. STANKOUD, KY. 6 And hence and hereafter, when ever is visiting Mr. George Cook, of Livtho frost is on tho pumpkin and tho ingston. Mr. Ed Woodall joined die OK STANKOUD, KY. 1 fodder's in tho shock, the florists will party of foremen on the special Friday. up tho big colored posters to adver- Mr. John McKcnziu has moved to put $200,000 00 Paid up Capital, lV.il. for plank All srMti ilcslrlne tise tho exhibits of "Deboo roses" in- town. 17,603 80 smI and ralllnc or wire fence rsii find Uat thrjr Surplus, want at tiir atorc near Cr.lar Cr,ou the )lke Mr. Milton Newcomb, au aged and I alto stead of tho popular "Chrysanthemum Ifsdlnc from Utah Orchard to Stanford t llr prorLlons s of Its rlitrler,In dfltors Itanks, krvpon hand a Uljrof 0atik for foiiclnc All respected citizen, died at his homo Hustonville, ISstlotial Show." And wc will bo thankful for are ilf 'ltors for klndiof . uruMi.; Kentucky fully rotwtsl twin held ltuliriduallr liable to aml.liliiL-lr.-ImubvrAll tiulldln.TilrslrlUK aujralu lsardi It. article of H'rn the "Deboe rose," and that it Is no Wednesday from tho effects of a stroke iliArilrnl of tho amount of tliclr tsk lliurcln al this kind ran call ou lue at mjr .tore nosr Crlar OSert hU services to the pcoplo of West Lincoln tho par Talue thereof, tu addition to the amount In. Crwk. of paralysis. Elder Joseph Ballou conworse. 32 (i. V. blMILLTOX. s and Cawy counties. Full stock of Command It may act a ciKiitor, a. Twttsl In uch altan-s- . always There is a great deal being printed ducted the funeral services at the I), ij. on hand. iu iulnUliator,truti,Ac.,aifullr who an IndlTldual Carpenter. Malinger. 95 lute f ntru.tTeodrrltieotir thanks to Oi about what. tho coming Legislature is Christian church. The text, "Faithruniinui to in. w timt tliejr rU tlirlr buln going to do in tho way of stirring up tho ful to Death," most touchlngly told todoso, and wrortVr asaKUsfsnbf'"' prouiiit at. cjisrlciicc lu Unk. tuition to same our 20 JMti' MRS. U, SIMPSON, 1'ror. republican olllcials. There is going to tho history of his Christian life. Many ltiRand as literal accoiuiulatloii as ate euiuutcnt borrowing friends attended the remains with Mund lanklii(. ba an Investigation,' but if the opinions : tllKKCTOKS. Absolutely Pur of tho democratic leaders aro worth to their last resting place. His chilSTANKOUD, KY. Vrroou; J.J. WIlllami.Mt. Newly furnished; clean Itetls; uploaded W. 11. Cutuiutna, PrraclicrtTlll; anything, investigation will be conduct- dren, Mrs. James Maret, Misses Mat-tibiblo. Portera Kverrtlilng J. U. """'f' All kind of repilrlng done at reusble rates J. S Ow.lejr, Sr., Lena and Mr. Wm. Newcomb, have Upholstering a specUI'y SuiMsctlo1 guaratred. . II. OIIHII. ed in a decent and dignified manner. William Oooch, Ml meet trains. K. Ch, Kuibry, of the community in 8. J. I have talked with tho members fiom tho sympathy W. Carntr; YORK. PO3CR CO., J. i:. Lynn, J. N. Mrncitsi. Louisville, and with many from out In their Irretrievable loss. A WOKI) TO the State, among them Senators Goe-bll.Shanki. Pmldentj SCOREg OF KILLINGS. OWNERS. and Bronston and Spcakcr-to-b- o J. II. Owaley, Culer, Hrlght Teller J. STOCK, CROP, &C. V. M. . Waynehuko. - This little vil C. W. Beckham, and they all say that Old HOG-SArc you Ituurvrt ? If not, why not r 1897, they do not intend to do anything sen- lage In ycara ngone 1ms been tho sceno ON FRIDAY, DEC. of dwullliip nml burns good rnt yours Registered NATIONAL BANK Splendid sational. They will look Into matters, of many a scrap, some few of which re- At my residence near Paint Lick, Ky., I will KY. OK STANl-Oltlindividuals Both as is their duty, and If they find that sulted In death to nt least one of the sell to tho highest bidder, one No. harness can troin mare. last Fall's aud some things have gone wrong they will combatants In each Instance. I learn und Is years old, gentllo for mile In 2:30. women and CapiUl Stock 5100,000. jierfectly Suplu, $15,750 stills Spring's far Squire E. B. Caldwell that children to drive, also u a year old maro row. Prices reasonable. No charge for take steps to correct them. Ui course throucb ' that can trot a in In In ':2G. Attention ol the public It calle.1 to the f.Kt that Kvory year. Involving ttn Uv of millions of if any of tho officials have done wrong, away back In 1S4U, Edmond Leach was crating. No. one combined gelding. I good mitres this li the only National llank In Stauford. to dollar. Why Nbotild you which is not probable, they will deal killed hero by Bony McKenrlo, the all bred to gixxl Jacks, :t extra good the iiroTliloni ot the National llank Act from yrur to r J. II. & H. J. HcBOBEBTS, Stanford. depositors are accureil not only by the capital stock, mare mules, iioxtragoodouo-yenr- with them very firmly. Tho most, deed being done with an old horse mules 2 extra good maro mule but by the itockholdeiV liability lor an amount Your Property May Bum that however, that is to bo expected, is that single barreled pistol. In 1S49, Gran colts, 1 extra good horse mulecolt, No. ono oiualtn the .lock so fund deiltors of thl. Iiutitu-Hool tXQ.WJO. KHe aworn are .ecurcl by a A. S. Jack, Joe llluckburn. Jr.. by auteiuenUof the condition ol the llauk are made Within n vonr. within a month, within SI some of the Purdum was killed with a bowle knlfu tho democrats will make Ilubblo Joo Itlackburii, 2 No. each year to the United States Oorerument and It hour. Wliyitliuuld you the oxhio tbu officials feel very silly when they have by his brother Ben. Iu ISoO, Smith one celebrated. Surgeon voting Jacks. 2 nnd 3 years old, both by auoU are examined at tatrd tliurs by Koret uiurut of of tionrU toll to Im by to own up that they did not stato facts Reynolds dangerously cut Woodson F. Joo llluckburn. Jr., :i good Jennetts, nil bred Snti, thus Kcurlog additional and rlcs:l satet. n ttlnslu llri'. yvnni run (leitroy It In nn Dentist, wblcli IS good 7 Sollcltlnp; n ahnru ot your utroiine,o Th!lnitllutlon orlslnally rslaMtihnl a the when they wero issuing campaign ma- Camden. Jim Brldgewater kllleil Jas. to good Jacks and ono Jenuett colt. cattle, and 15 good calves. 53 posit llank of Stanfont In 18A1, then reontaulied Ir hour as KonjHt fully, Ky. terial last fall. Tucker hero In 1801. With a carbine good sheep, about 50 of them owos, all bred the National llank ofStanlord In IMS andagaln to good bucks. sows and pigs, nnd 75 good rwrganlw.1 aa the First National llank of Stanford But I must not discuss this painful rlllo In 1803 Wesley Fox was killed by ft.livif.i ?. tit ion hii)irt!. nt nlin .t(l u)iint. In 1S2, has ha.1 practically an uninterrupted JESSE D. WEAHE1T, Office orer McRoberts' DniK Store In the Owsley r Building. Bubiect. for about half tho Frankfort J. M. Gooch, and Solomon Tuttio was 50 bushels nice clean seed rye, 25 bushels for M years. It Is better supplied now wlu Oonernl Agent, - . . . Stanford, Ky and builnms officials have quit speaking to me. I killed by John Camdeu In 1805. Ono kooU turnliH. 400 barrels of wm and aoo lacllltlea for ImuAclltiij In Ita Ionpromptlyhonorable aud than er lIore farm, career, Arroant of Indlrlduali, fiduciaries, Hruia JOIIS U. ClSTLKMAM. fodder on the ,U. LAMIJkt. don't know why they have forgotten of tho liveliest shooting scrapes, how- - shocks of nco to fco, ,t. FJLN-KTS"- , wlth ROO(, acd Indlrlduali solicited. Teums. will sell on twelve months tlmo, my namo and addrcdbtit I think It is ever, In which nobody was killed, was niHicToas. because I am suspected of having been that In iiiiin between T....U urillln .,.,,1 with 0 percent Interest. Sale to commence F. lleld, Uncoln Co.; llayden, Stanford J. W. lUiighmau, " Ki.ni S. II. S.T. Harris, " DIt. II. KAMSKY. lukowarm in my support of Hunter and Robert M. White. In 1807, David R. T V. 11111. J.S.Hocker, " Paint Lick. Ky. K. L. Tanner. McKlnner. W. A. Trlbble, W. P. PrewItU Auc'r. " Todd. Under similar circumstances, Camden was shot and seriously woundKlrksvllle. Ky. J.1I. Oolller.Crab Orcb'd; M. J. Miller, MU crnon. INSURANCE COMPANY Mark Hanna would say, "That's a d d ed by Wm. Disbon. Dllllcultlcs ut Old M, U.KItuoro, Stanford. orricaas. lie" but I wont. Waynesburg when pistols havo been I. S. Ilocker, I'resldent: J.J. Mcltobcrti Cathler OF LIVERPOOL. : : It seems certain that Beckham will drawn In old times were absolutely too A. A McKlnncy, A UtantCaahlrr. Office on Lancaiterattect at Residence. Waynesbe tho speaker of the House, for he numerous to mention. Now is strong in pledged votes and ho hasn't burg Is In no respect ilko Old WaynesBORBEE & He is a burg used to bo, as tho bloody deeds an enemy in the House. & straight "10 to 1" democrat and an un- of years ago had the elTect to soften MANAdKltS, KOLTE The Leading Specialists of America The llest Line toand From compromising party man, but I don't the tempers of tho people of Southern 20 YEARS IN OHIO. PJ Commerce Building, LooisviUc. IN believe any body ever heard him say a Lincoln and for the most part happi250,000 Cured. M TOLEDO AND Ho ness reigns in households, to a degree mallcfous thing about anybody. Agvuls Thruiighout the outh. Corn and liny, All I'olnta In Michigan. Order Office and Feed Eschan 20, near tho Railroad will make a presiding officer that tho that is beautiful in many instances to Oruulug, lV'ot Street, House and the public will have confi witness. During the long period in CHICAGO. Atrial - dence In. Cripps Beckham is one of Kentucky's history when tho kuklux 13 Thoufnnd nf vnimff nn.l intildln.many T A I "White City Special." Agent, nro troubled with this ,ilaAlK.nH Coal Yard, Mill Street, lately J. U. Hlgglns'. the men whoso integrity is unquestion i; unconsciouily. Thcv may h.iio n nii.irt-llest Terminal citation. Satisfaction guaranteed. eu cvon oy nis enemies, and that Is predominated In their own peculiar ItiK tematlon, mall, twirling ttrcmn, Stanford, - - - Kuntuckv. LOUIS. about as far as you can go lu laud-- , mannor, which was Strikingly similar to mm Imri cuttlnc pains at tlmtf, ellglitdl- - A 3 73 clnrcc, difllculty in coimnencinp, weak T2 Avoiding the Tunnel ation of any public man. the cowardly way of a thief in the night I Senator William Goobel, of Coving a man by toe namo 01 Lutibioru was t.i orvan. emission,. r.nd nil tho ryinttoinf debility titer hao Si It II of nervous BOSTON. i of tho TL'ltK. Don't let doctors experiment on .ton. will bo prusldent J" 'L 1 you, by cutting, rtrctching, or tenrine Wasner SlwplnpJCars. and chairman 0 the democratic called to the door of his house near Senate . A. you. This will tint euro you, ns it ; caucus. Lie Is tho llncst parliamentary here ono night in IST.'land shot down Our NKW .METHOD nlworbs tho rtricturo ti;suc; goneral in Kentucky, and with my old like a dog. May bo some aro living THE POPULAR DKALIMt IN henco removes tltortrlcturo permanently. H lluU'ol IMrlor Cars, Warner Sleenlinr Cars. I'rlva friend Charlie Bronston, to deploy bis now that took part in what they deem- never return. No paln.noMiUcr-iui- r, It Kin itpartmeiil Cars, l.lpyant Co.icliles and Dlu oratorical cavalry ana Harass tne ene CU UIU Ill'lllJUr tlllll". l kiiuw iiul, um nn dotnntion from hiuincs by our lug cars. my method. 'XhohoxunlorRanr are strength-cncirear, details of care unvthlntr about ;j ri kHrrlttfro can on both Hanks and thevictoryGoebel do I crime, but those yet the the earth fr(iu Tim norves nro invigorated, and come near carrying on thro' this lie suro your tickets read via "111(1 KOUH" tho biles of manhood rcturur. defeat than any man in the General should try to impress on the minds of WAUItr.N J. LYNCH IB.0 McCOIlMICK. ... ti... u. i ... .1 , i Aisembly. the young men of that section that trauii;- .ii., iiiu, tm.i.. .ii lasdcugi'r '. wi Theso jwo men aro n strange combl-- i "venueance is initio, I will repay salth CINCINNATI OHIO nnd Thou. anils of vounc nation. Sitting side by side, but sel the Lord." SurTAW. men nro hivlnit their fcxttnl vlcnr nml WJVFTFWs vitality continually rapped ny tuts uts- dom speaking, they never fail to act to! oi so. Iliey nro ueqiiuitly itnconclous gether though in u diverse manner. Hucklin's Arnica Salie. of thocausoof thcsoM'uiptomf. tlencml Goebel sits with half closed eyes, apWcakncM, Unnatural Dlfclmnrcs, t The nest salve In the world for cuts,, bruises High-Grad- e Fertilizers and Coal. .Manhood, Ncnousnc, l'oor .Memparently Inditiercnt, while LJronston boics, ulrurs.sult rheum, fever wren, tetter, chapory, Irritability, at titnos HniartlnfrHcn- nnd all bands, attacks the opposition driving It back pedposltlrelychilblains corns no pay akin eruptions. a ifflC Goods Wiirrnntod ns Itujiruscnti'd Fatlon, hunucn J.yes. nun uarK circle. nUlriMl. It pllosor cures Ofllco on It upon its works, and just at tho critical guarajteed loylve crfectiitlfactlon or nioner reWcaK JlacK. ucuerat Jictircssion. i.acK ire but one of the many modern ! Mali Struct, opposite Klmorc Store, Vnrlcoccie, Khrunkcn of Ambition, moment Goebel springs the raino that funded. Price 23 cenu per box. roraalebyW.il. appliances for the safe, rapid and I'artK. cte. MLEET and hrilliri'UKK Stanford, Kentucky. has been laying under cover of Bron- - Mcltobcrti, UrugUu may bo thocau.e. Don't consult family comfortable transit of the traveler ston's savago onslaughts. They aro a no experienco in doctors, as they havo J. L. TOTTKN. SA LEHMAN. Consumption Positively Cared. theso. special diseases don't allow which the limited trains of the great pair and very dnngcrous. That (Juacks to oxiieritncnt on you. Lontult ! II. II (lrove. merchant, of Chilhowle, Va , Mr. is why I wish to record their assurance, QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE Specialists, who havo inula a lifo study of given up to had ruusuioptlon, certifies that t their bolemn assurance, mark you, that die, sought allhemedical treatment thataiinonev could Diaeascsof Men nnd Women. UurNKW atford. MF.TIIOI) THEATAIKNT will ioI- they aro going to be very moderate. I procure, tried all couh remedies he could licarof, lively euro you. Ono thousand dollars Fl 1(11111 UD man ! Fast vestibuled trains to Lexexpect they will bo surprised at their Imt L'nt tin induced t to try v nlhts New IJUcuv-IIIfor a caeo wo accciit for treatment nnd bbbIL9b9 ..'..... a chain was i i ....... i .i lr Kins's uu cannotcurc. Terms tnodcratafora euro. ington, Harriman, Chattanooga, uy UMOf tB0 bottles, lor past aL'""' Ulm lu"J "aV i. .i t! cryt and M curc Will bo Others. three years has lieen attending tn biiMness and nays Atlanta, Knoxville, Ashvillc, Coremedy Discovery the CURES GUARANTEED But I really believe that this is going "r Klim'a New has douo w l much grandest ami also for him 1.,, a Oettei JCglSlatUlO lumbia, Savannah, Jacksonville, cier made as it to Wo treat nnd euro: KMISSIONP. than any ill iurotl.crs In hlscommunltv. Dr Kimt's New VAUICOdKLE, RYI'liriilS, (1LKKT. years. It sqotto nn, because this mry isguarjnie.Hl for Courts, Colds and Meridian, Birmingham, New OrI KK.VXIC STItlCTUlti:. IMI'OTENOY. SKCItCT W. ' nip1lon It don't fall. rial bottles free at is doubtful and the politicians J. iti:Ki, rleans, daily from Cincinnati, are DRAINS. HiIVATl'IlAli IllKt'II Alltl- C'hlin.iro. - with senso aro going to be citrcful. " tcitoiert lruK sioic. ES. K I DNKV nn.l IlLADDKK DiKeajes. ! w. 1' Asa E Wo TKC provided with safety vestibules, CONSULTATION FHKK. 1IOOKH That s whero some people who don't D. 1 A SJLmi ' How to Look Good. FllKK If unable to call, writo for they havn't any ad van- like me-a- nd heated by steam, lighted with ga, Thoroughbred Surcc tiiriiiiiiiiitititiiiiiiiitiiiiiB A ULANK HOME fur QUESTION deep (oo1 aro really mora . tago of mo on that score whero 60ino jieudtu:;looksI rely ou a hcaliu) than skin of all do- .a. - t tiLiit J::::; EED HODS, TREATMENT. uuuditiuu and have all modern improvethe out of these peoplo have slipped up. organs If the liver be Inictlvc, you liatea vital ments. And sn li'ls lif tbiinkfiil fmrlw Tm. bilious look; if your etimucli bo dixirdortd. ou MTbreeJersweroMlectiil from tho best licids of Mc-Clao rv THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Walter Forrester's Letter, MT. VERNON, TROUBLES CURED BLADDER ZZ2 Timeljl Warning poi-HOi- I jmno-ont- o My fnrm U posted nnil I Intend to t HOTEL- - Word To You. accom-panie- ROBERT FISH, first-class J. T.Jones, STANFORD. SRkfl -- incon-vonien- co SHELBY SHELBY, Sl-- tt m Junction First-Clas- s I 305 Aores Hluo-Orns- FOR s, sale:. Fine Land m PARAGUS T. L. SHELTON, Penny's Drug Store, Cloaks and Capes, FIRE INSURANCE 1 PH19NIX OF serio-comi- c Blue Grass Nurseries. . Insu ranee Company, Insurance kind-hearte- "6 Caledonian Cnt-aloir- or Scotland. R. B. M AHON Y, Agt., mi AK POWDER BAKIM1 HE TannerBros..McKinney Farmers Bank&TrastCo J. T. STJTTOar, Undertnlcor, nsroTioEJ l .hart-hoM- Cask-et- 111 H. D. PHILLIPS. Gun and Xiook Smith., l.nucnHter, Mason Hotel l. Kentucky. s. .HI first-clas- e, HOVAI el Public Sale. 3, 1 A I -- PROPERTY 3-X- jEI Thou-Min- J ds Du-roc- s. FIRST ), Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning r 1 Un-d- one-year-o- ld cxit I , PRICE, n 1 ld ' nccu-mulntl- , Stanford jwwik .'I exist-en- lib-eril- ly W. B. Clell-Torr- lll ( ' .,,,, oyvi Oeutlst, Stanford, Ky. SON, f NOEL 3 DEKLERS N COHL, m bVV gji 0 BIG 4. ST. n CaSTLEMm DETROIT Stanford; Kentuclcy. ... WCURESTRICTURE, W. A.. TRIBBL3C, I WWWffl ?t!?twMttff m w wm XX pm-ten- willn-turn- 'lllEAT-.MKN- T w ,TfrI &tH?o ,new;york. I in- J. B. HIGGINS, Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, l. t??tttt?tjttjf w ww ( , WECURE GLEET mlddlc-nire- il Full-In- I .i. vn-u- I fvi::1 A) 12: a; Aj ij Ijs ELECTR1G HEADLIGHTS Agricultural Implements, Aw I yWM fW f f2! 4 t nih-n- -- 12: 12: "ro , I Dis-2- 0 Con-Sta- 1 I m.Ue-aRA88lKt- 1 I I i may not have a chance to be thankful atomic!!, liver and kldueys. l'urlllai the blood, good blotches und bills, aud ufter it meets, that Is if it is any kin to 'cures pimples, Every Iwttle j;iur.iitlueil. gives aat Y complexion. Sold tho last one. Waltku Foimesteu. 11. .Mclloberta' Drug Store. 60 ccuts cr bottle. J) ?Lh havea dyseiitlulook; If ) our kidneys bo ntlectcd, "Kleclrlc Hitters" is a ou have a plncheil look Acts directly on the ood Alterative and Tonlo rFe. Kennedys Kergan EaHi9aKXi93 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. Wrlle for Information to W. C lllnearson, (ieiieral lUveqger Agent, Cincinnati, O. Send 10 cents for One Art colored Lithographs o Lookout Mountain and Chlckauiouga of this famous broed of swine In acveral States A (pleiullil lot of pigs of dlReront ap for mle. Ured pondeucusolli ;led. Adilri'ts .w.a.,Hx,uiiT. aatisucuonguaranteoil. Corrw- - R. H. BRONAUQH, Crab Orchard, Ky. M.