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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897120301 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. u M SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 3. 189T. HUSTONVILLG. NO. 79 XXVI. RELIGIOUS. LANCASTER An thuro uru Hnvernl cuhch to bo sub-ne- w MORE NOTES ON ATLANTA. ad- - Itov. J. IJ. Xoivull, u Nuptial tulnlH- J. M Ilruco will travel for (lie Loulnvltlu. The tor of Mlildlulnirtf, married MIhh Eliza Baptist paper at Naplor at lier lioinu near Liberty Wed- Ai'KUH. Elder J. T. Sharrard will 1111 bin pul- - neaday nljrht, Hev. Holt olllolatlnj.'. J. IC. Hauhtnati Hold to Thus. Lukes, pit at the ChrUtlau church Sunday of Lexington, one l.ycarold roadbtor morning. Elder J. M. Hash closed his second by Xabotli and hlsHtalliou, William L., vcar at Olymulu last weelt. iJunntf ms ini"Huu. Allen iV JJryo sold to same paotorato ho has received 123 members party one brown KhHnjj. by Naboth and out of a nobby mare, for la the church at that Hov. ! point.--Winch- esJ The weather was not behaving well up to tho time I mailed my last letter inltted to the court It will not likely and I had not "taken In' the entire journ before Saturday town, bo the following paragraphs nro Mr. Frank Etes and Miss llobecea HUSTONVILUE. Inflicted this time Instead of tho whole I'opo weru married on Tuesday at Mr. I have made my resolve to Sell Goods for doso as I Intended our readers bhould T. W. Hold's on Richmond Avenue by have last Issue. Hev. T. II. Campbell. It will surprise those who have little The llntf, which Gov. Ilradloy bent to Atlanta to know that Ki ' Crow Dillon, has been unfurled in Con- - , ,niinufHCt0,it; w Ithin and tral I'ark. It Is 8x18 feet and a L'on- - around tho city limits. Almost every- - I will sell on 30 davs, or monthly, to people who arc not only reulne navy. ter Demociat. ...wl tllltlir f mn irl tut lLt la itttntn lk.H.k "" sponsible but who WILL COME IN on the FIRST DAY of " each Hoklnsvllle has a Universal 1st Mr. Ceorgo Woodron and family will Messrs. T. A and H. L Elkln have i lew outer are as, independent oi month and pay up in full. This course has simply been FORCED cuies . , Hev. move to Atlanta next week. Wo. are gone to Atlanta with mules Messrs. .. , church, which has just enlaced UPON ME in the following way: I have been helling on long time mid Frank Austin have ine ouisiue worm as sue is. Arthur Hoborts, of Michigan, as pas-to- sorry to Iomj such good citizens and S. II. Ono of tho big Institutions of Atlan- and of course had to sell higher than those who sold for cash. .Messrs. And of Hu Is a graduate of Canton Theo- hope prosperity may attend thuiti. T. gone to Texas, prospecting. L, Carpenter, Los Held, Ed Hopper, J. J. W. Alcorn. W. C. Welch, I'. M. Me- - ta is the immousc sanitarium which has course my friends and customers would go where they could buy logical Seminary. recently been built by Drs. Simp Elkln, cheapest So here's good will, the best goods and Rock Bottom PriHev. lien Helm c1omj1 a meeting at G. Woathorford and J.W. Allen, mem- - Hoborts, Robert Harding and R. 1 formerly of Lancaster, and Dr. Cooper, ces Hunting and Jacobs attended court this week. to every body. Now watch the fur fly. Bring your MONEY Joseph's Chapel, Mercer county, a few bers of Huotonvillo's another of Georgia's eminent doctors. Fishing Club, spent a couple of days at There is an increasing desire to with you and buy poods cheaper than you ever saw them. If you days ago, which resulted In returned with about 100 Ish the railroad commission, as there There must be 100 or moro rooms In the want a pair of Shoes, Boots, Hat, Overcoat, Dress, Cloak, Suit of sanctillcatious. no loft yesterday for birds but no Mali. During the low wn-- i Is a great Inequality of freight rates all building and tho promoters seem to be Clothes, any kind of Groceries, Carpet or Matting or any thing found Franklin, Tenn., to bold a meeting. doing nicely. - tor period this Fall tho river was seln over the country and no attempt is beWm. Skldmoro tolls us that a nltioPlease bear Conference is in session at Augusta in a first class store come and see me before you bvy. day protracted meeting heldatColTey's ed as it never was before and .100 lbs. ing made to regulate the mattor It Is and there was probably less preaching in mind that my goods are not trashy, auction stuff, but clean, fresh school-housby Hov. J. M. Cook closed are reported to have been caught ono a burning shame that freight rates in the Gate City Sunday than for years. goods. from tho coal mines of results, seven conversions. day at Plumb Point. with visible Few of the Methodist churches had Tho president and secretary of the Kentucky to Louisville are less than to 13 additions to tho church and lf memservices Sundny morning und none that bers of tho Uaptlst church have agreed Kentucky Growers Insurntoo Co. of Lancaster, which is 100 miles nearer night. The Methodists greatly outto form a church. The whole commu- Lexington mot Hon. IJ. II. King and J. tiie mines. Something should be done number any other denomination in nity was wonderfully awakened. The K. liuughman. who coiiihm" tho Lin- or the people should stop paying a Georgia and particularly are they behnvlor was good and the mombers of coln Co. Hoard, at Moruland Monday. board of men, whosuduty it is to adjust strong in Atlanta. all llio churches hero greatly revived The purpoe was to adjust and settle such things. There is a man in Atlanta who Is the Thu mai nage of Mr. R T. Embry Tho opinion prevails that Hov. Jo. the recent loss by lire of Mr. W. G. president of 21 banks. All of them are soph II. Dow Is one of the iihhi forcible Routt's barns and crop of tobacco, and Miss Gertrude Lingoufelter, on good ones too, as tho test of a few years preachers that tho Haptlsts have over which was done In about ten minutes Wednesday night, an account of which ago proved. Ho didn't havo a failure, hal here In a revival. Ills sermon lime, to his entire satisfaction. Mr. was given in my latter, was tho most while Institutions of the same kind Tuesday night on "What You Sow Yon Routt will toon complete a new barn, brilliant society event of tho season. were closing doors almost daily. Will Itiiap" wru convincing, resistless but hu says It's not be for tobacco. Tho Tho wedding party was handsomely atThe number of yellow fever refugees and beautiful. In It ho suited that old solicitor for tho above company, W. R. tired and tho ceremony by Elder Geo. In Atlanta oven now is estimated at Williams, wrote up applications In four Gowen was beautiful and impressive. men are tuldotn seen drunk now, but it whllo Cubans are nearly as rnimoi-ouIn this days for $15,000. Hon. F. P. Combest Many handsome presents were received Is tho young men that got Tho latter make good citizens plight; that tho old men used to keep has beau npHlnlod n inembei of tho by the happy and popular pair and thoy while the former, the majority of whom Caboy County Hoard. went to Mr. Sam F. Embry 's. father of decanters of whisky In their cupboards local FurThere will be a meeting at Liberty tho groom, whore a delicious supper are welbofT, spend no littlo amount of and now thoy are reaping a harvest of noxt Monday at V. M. in tho Commer was given, and they received congratu- money. in drunken and debauched boys In Amur Georgia's governor and West Virgin-la'- s nishing of the olllcers of the dllTor-ou- t lations from a host of relatives and lea. Society mothers sot worldly ex- clal Hank havo the sumo name Govs. Atkintelephone lines entering our vil- friends. , amples for their daughters, who map 2s):r-sn-j "5-Hon. Pryor Foroq served as special son. Unfortunately thoy both havo lage. It is hoKd thnt all will be presHro. Dew has the harvest In bell. wives who may be the prides of their judge Monday in tho absence of Judge . . . . . . S preached two sermons almost every ent, as business of much Importance Thu juries have been dis- husjtands, but certainly It is that they labor-lu- g toward consolidation and bettering the S.uilley. fft day since the llrst of July and Is II charged. Tho grand jury only return- are not much thought of In social cir. under tho disadvantage of a dread- service will come before the board. We .. cles. The West Virginia governor's Is wlmt pot you cold reception .at home. ;i points to a will soon be connected with Lebanon ed ! indictments, 7 of which were for wife was ful cold. Every Indication indicted for forgery, while misdemeanors. This shows a healthy general awakening religiously In the and Louisville. If you want to havo "a hot time" ut your house 24 hours In tlie day, u&o Charles W. Adams it Co. have pur- state of morals in our county. There Georgia's better half is a kleptomaniac community, and there Is scarcely any k'ooil coal. It burns clean and not too f.ist; throws out n. steady, strong a chased the stock of drugs, fancy gro- wore but few jury trials, but one ver of tho worst sort. telling what tho harvest will W. and when you heat and holds II ro all night. Take, a trial ton ceries, Ac, of F. H. Twld-wt'- ll dict being rendered In a criminal casew Fow cities havo better play houses Fathers and mothers play cards order a ton you will get a ton. and will continue the business on and that imposed four months con- thnn Georgia's capital and no better attheir children and frequently tractions 1111 tho boards anywhere. The i,j colgamblers are reaped, Tim father tho same corner. One of tho most val- finement In jail on Cary Robinson, ruling price n Tho Grand, which by . children and thus uable ingredients that a druggist can ored, for stealing a pistol from O. J. tho way is the handbomest theatre In swears before his V put in your proscription is experience. Speake, to which crime ho confessed. 1 sows seeds of profanity. Young tnon .w the South, is SI. 50. The Lyceum is also lleliig ono of tho things wo aro verv ji irtlcular about. lias plenty of it and will Tuoeduy Judge Saulley threatened to : sow wild oats and always reap them, J.U.Adams an elegant place, but tho prices are chargu you nothing extra for it. have tho county court indicted for not maybe not till In old age. To fall to I'rliili Dunn shipped a car loud of furnishing larger stoves in tho circuit much lower, tho best seats being only moans harsh bow seeds of klndnebS x mulob to his stables at Harn-wel- l, court room. At noon a stove nearly as 50c. Susie Klrwin and Wilbur's Optreatment from others In this world cotton S. C, Tuesday. Ho bought three large as an ordinary locomotive was era Co. have been at tho latter house and hell at last. Tho scene when i from John 302 and expects room and plenty heat for six weeks, with large audiences ltv. U. H. Noel's vouncost littlo loio money Goorie for as well as the bal-to placed in thoHy agreement, the ofcourt each night und matinee. on them Is emitted. child, Miss (lertrudo, aged 12, join Tho oxiosition buildings aro being was ance. Ho roiKirts tho prosiwcts dis- was askud to order tho county court to ed tho church the other night ! couraging in the extreme and tho mule issue turnpike bonds, and tho questions allowed to ruin, no cure, whatever, bevery allectlng, Mr. Noel stating how ho market flattened by the administra- of publishing the notices In time and ing taken to keep them in repair. Tho found Gertrude standing by her mothIn Shoes I havo ho heavy plow, Tho Klondike Store Is all tho go, s tion's prosperity proscription. of those vo- gate to the grounds is not even kept whether or At seventy-fiv- e per pair, So others advertNe. er's corpse a few years ago, In Bitch a Tho entertainment at tho Christian ting on tho not locked and its a wonder that Ore has 1'or twice as much ou cannot buy proposition was sullicient, Ilut when you call they let you know way as to bring tears Involuntarily to Their equal any where. That goods aro on tho rlso. by thu senior cla-- s of Central were submitted. Thu court refused to not played Its part. The place Is very nearly every oyo In tho house. 1 he church will tako a pair One twenty-llv- o Now Adam novur sheared a sheep College was attended by a grant tho mandamus upon tho ground popular during tho Summer months, Christian Of men's real handsome tans, With wool more black than that. number of nddltlons up to last night is large and appreciative audience. To I wNli I had a thousand more that tho notice of election was not pub- but it presents n deserted appearance Their prices all aro very steep nine, whllo many church members Thau what I have on hands. So don't go where thoy'ro at. p.irtleuluri.o would include every par- lished the length of tlmo required by just now. have resolved to get the motes out of ticipant and to crltlciso would bo use law, but as It was unnecessary Oil my, tho Dress Goods bought last week Come bee my brocades nt a dime. Editor Blackburn, of the Commerso to do, Yuil ought to see them go, They're clieap at thirty cents. their own eyes and lovo their neigh less. Each ono added to the excellence declined formaliv to pass on the second cial, is going to make a hot race for No other merchant In the town All double width and up to time, SlttTTAW bors more. Is selling half .so low. Their sale Is Just immense. of the program and several whose proposition, but it is understood that Congress with tho lynch law as his solo I'rom Twenty-llv- o to Eighty cents I hae a lino of Ladles' Cloaks, graceful personalities and brilliant his- tho court d lifers from tho recent ruling platform. There are many who think NEWSl'Al'ERIAL. Ter yard, they're going fast, And ifiiion Suits at Thirty-livtrionic talents, as well as their teach- of the court of appeals upon this sub- ho will be elected. You smllu and wiy theso things aro jokes, Clint 11. LolL'b. who has been do ers', added much of a spirit of vitality ject, and that if this wore tho only Much longer cannot last. The most popular paper In Atlanta Is Hut really thoy aro so. For l'lfty ce,nts a lino plush cap ing oxcollont work on tho Loulsvlllo and reality that was irresistablu In Its question Involved, would tho Looking Glass, which is published My Jackets too at Sovonty-flv- e, order tho May decorate your head. 'II nve run the Indies shy, Dispatch, as State news editor, has re prossuro And Comforts fo'r a quarter moro uoii tho visibilities of tho county court to Issuo tho bonds. It every Saturday. It Is after tho order And when they see tho stjles I havo signed. Will keep you warm In bed. They cannot help but buy. audience, who generously applauded will be remembered thut I stated at of Brann's Iconoclast, and like that paChairman II. A. Sommers has called Arbucklc's ColTeo now Ten cents, their elforts to entertain. Give us an- tho tlmo that tho notice was" not pub- per, docs not hesitate to call a spade a Come carry oft" a load, a meeting of tho executive committee other right soon, please. lished in time and if tho court of ap- spado. Tho circulation is very largo l'o plenty In my store now of tho Kentucky l'ress Association for And moro on the toad. peals alllrms this judgment tho roads and it seems to fill a longfelt want with Deo. nt tho Gait House, Loulsvlllo, to This Is tho way Mrs. Henry Clay will have to be leased again, until next the "crackers," as Georgian's aro callI. II. Spalding was the luckv man again Saturday nnd carried 01T another gift Mantle npnotnt a delegation to represent tho made the celebrated Ashland hams: Clock. Another one goes to the most liberal purchaser uguln next Saturday. My tickets ed. statement of tho lucky numbers will be found nro November, us claimed by mo at tho among the city's best on the Grand 1'rUoweek.now all out and oil it. launching of tho The Jows aro press at tho For every 10 hams of moderate size she time, or wo must submit to tho raiding Keep jour eyo In this space net business non. They ropresont every Kentucky, which occurs at New- - took 3 pounds of fine salt, ono pound system again. kind of business and are successful in tmrt News In Januarv. and for othr of taltpetro and two pounds of brown almost every Instance. Tho biggest business. U'HU Uoston Staks. A gentleman sugar, and after mixing them thor Melviimey, Ivy. IN the course of a half column notice oughly together, rubbed tho hams writing from tho Hub says: I want to drug Btoro Is owned by Mr. Jacobs, n ono, and ho bears the disof the doparturo of Mr. H. E. Hughes, therewith on both sides. Thoy wore enthuso you so that you will try and a position on tho Lou- then packed in a tight box and put In a enthuse tho good people of Sumford. tinction of being tho originator of "cut who goes lo take lsvlllo Commercial, after four years' cool outhouso for about three weeks, Tho company it, a s ono so don't prices" In tho drug line. Ho is also In Lawreneoburg and vicinity In then taken out and put In a pickling bo afraid to talk it up highly, especially noted for being one of tho shrewdest stay tho capacity of gaugor, the News says: tub or hogshead and covered wlthbrlno among tho music loving people. Miss business men in tho South. Headed by U. S. MOO EI,, DO. 38,353. Tho boda fountains in Atlanta nro on of Klevor's Model, No. 29.710. tho gro.ileii breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'd Tho many friends of Mr. Hughes will strong enough to float an egg. After Garritz, alone, is worth tho price of Champion, Claude. No. 11,007. rejoice at his good fortune In securing three weeks thoy wore taken out, thor- admission. As a lady violinist she has used not only in warm weather, but run CL VUDE. N"o t2,r91, son of tho World'sA Columbian gilts old enough to breed, and bred Fine, fow show sows boars ready for service. ss a position, and one so agree- oughly rubbed with fresh salt and few equals. Hut sho is only ono of tho tho year round. Every kind of hot tonnv votingfor salo. This stock Is strictly In every ie,pect. with so pleasant a able to his tastes, although ho and his hung up in a well ventilated house for company who arc equally as strong in drink imaginable Is dispensed at them licdlTees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write jour wants or como and estimable wlfo will bo sadly missed a few days to dry, then hung in tho their respective lines. Tho company and they are veritablo cold mines for 80 Afow 'fresh Jersey Cows for sale. Thoy aro good ones. Also Mammoth Pekln Duck A. K. HUNDLEY. Hov 103. Danville. Ky. from the social circle in Lawrence-bur- smoko house and smoked with green has appeared III times in St. Louis und the men who run them. Coca Coli is Eeca. for 13. ' only cold drink that is popular at immmm mmmmmm hickory or walnut wood until tho color has three moro nights enguged, whllo the Chicaoo. Tho of bright mahogony, whon encli ham lots of smaller places havo had return all seasons. Low Ratks to In hotels thoro nro fow cities in tho Houto announces holiday fares to was sowed up In canvas, the bag white dates. Raleigh, N. C, twice last seaSouth that compare with this. The son, Bristol, Tenn., last season, points North. Tho Monon Route, whoso washed and hung to dry. for this season, (Dec. Oth). Thoro Kimball and Aragon lead in appointline, double dally train service is tho Tkn Cknts. A very handsome, his nro so many "btun" companies on tho ment and prices, bht there are dozens Loulsvlllo and most popular botwoen torical litliogruphic colored bird's eyo road that pcoplo got suspicious and of others that aro about as good aud Chicago, is out with Christmas and ( Thoy will sou view of Chattanooga, Missionary Rldgo that is why I write you so fully. So quite as popular. Tho Alhambra, built New Year offerings. tho city of Chattanooga and portions of many times tho pcoplo say, If wc hud tor the exposition, is too far from tho 3 tiekots to Chicago and return from V 21, 25 and 31st tho Chlekamauga ticld as seen from known tho merits of tho company, wo business part of town to got much Louisville on December tho summit of Lookout Mountain, has would have packed thu house. But it transient patronago and is probably tho and .Tnnuary 1st, limited to January Ith been Issued recently by tho general only hotel in the city that does not deat $10.70, also to all poluts reached by passenger departmental The Quoon & is too lute then. clare a big dividend. their own and connecting linos in In- Crescent Houto. It is In tho highest Ono might think from this and preHicks says about tho 5th wnrmer vious epistles I have written from this diana, Illinois and Ohio on eauio dates will placo that I am a crank on Atlanta, but regular ono way stylo of lithographer's art on egg shell weather and falling barometer at one and to tho westward, and from thatdato such Is not tho case. In my feoblo way trip. Tlrao folders paper. The color plate is 10 x 24 inches fares for the round with extra wido margins of paper on until after full moon on tho 8th, rais- I try to give the devil his dues and of trains and fuller information cheerfalling barometer. really I have seen nothing during my sides. The lithograph is a some- ing temperatures, Tho disturbance about (1th to 8th will several sojourns In this city that is fully furnished on addressing E. H. Ba- all what oxpctisivo one, and In view of bring heavy winds and rain, with win- not deserving of moro favorable men-con, dictrlct passenger agent, Loulsthat fact, a charge of 10 cents Is made ter lightning and thunder to tho south, tion than I can give, except thu courtD. l A. vlllo, Ky. E. II. Bacon, - thu latter tho n d per copy. Address with stamps, W. C. turning to snow and ending In a sharp house and depot and tho question of removcold wave northward. There will bo Lloyd steamer Rlncnraon, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. Tho North German sweeping storms of wind, rain, snow ing these und putting up in their stead Is Receiving his- Kaiser Wllholm dor Grosso has broken aud sleot from tho 11th to tho 13th. elegant structures is bolnj agituted by audlhcr ocean record for highest aver-ug- o The Princo of Wales and his party Eleven neoplo havo been killed nnd both press and public. With these two s out of tho way there would speed, making the trip across the succeeded In killing 2,100 phuaants in 285 Injured so far tuts season at tneicb Dully sjKirt isn't bo little or nothing in the capital city , 17 hours and ono day and nono of theso engaged in tivo game of football Atlauticln Jlvo days, uooda Wai ranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call: E. O. W. to Und fault with. ItV tho sport was Injured. eight minuted. BUSINESS CHANGE IN ! i i ... "" "" r. Iti-ii'-- ! 20-od- d e South-easter- n JAMES FRYE, HUSTONVtLLE. The : GLOBE DAMUILLE, KY., The cheapest and best Glothing and Gents' 00 s. 1 Store the State. i . .. m -- The Coal That You Didn't Order 11 . bo-fo- re bric-a-bra- c, I $ i $ "Full Weight Every Time" & m w m II .e;is-'s?Look J. H. BAUGHMAN CO. Hummelsteln "In It" HQain. two-third- Atelghty-llvcthevg- o. e, 1 man-of-wa- r, 11 JACOB HUMMEL&TEtN, full-blood- llrst-clas- jflgli Locust Herd Heg. Poland Gnjnas. Urst-clato H g. 1 Mo-no- n METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, 0j$ SIDING, A.CSIHEJ CEILING, STANFORD, Kf. 7? FINISH. bo-gi- n Farm and Yard Fence. H. C. BUPLEY, ono-thlr- d car-she- uu-lo- Tfl MERCHANT TAILOR -- eye-sore- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. AJ .L-lt jy v m TP ej' " y Forty riders aro entered in the The Danvlllo Advocate shows good A oood deal of unnecessary feeling Madwhen It says: Tho exist inilRNAI iabolng created by tho friends of Miss hoMrtofsoiisoNational democratic organ- ison bicycle race, which begins at at Square, Now York, Sunday 1 tho of Lexlngton.who ence Harriet Richardson, ' menace to tho midnight. Teddy Halo, of Ireland, Is c'.a'm tnnt 9no was nppolntcd by Secro- - ization is considered a To the favorite. " ta'ry Herbert to christen the Kentucky domocratio party in Kentucky. While Frank Avery, a Salem, Ind., when its Held for work DEC 3, 1097 an(J lhat Gov Bradley has no right to maintain it then STANFORD, KV., is closed would be merely playing Into barber, was notified thnt he had been s uppolnt his daughter, Miss Christine, . raem-- ! left $25,000 by nn uncle, ho became so as he has been petitioned to do by tho tho hands of an enemy that every always jubilant that his mind has been out of W. P. WALTON. board of trade In Louisville and other ' ber of the organization has Owing to the sad death of our Mr. Urbansky, wc will be called on ' , cities. Herbert isn't In It any more fought and will continue to fight when balance since. l Gov. Bradley has pardoned Cather- to make a settlement with his administrator Jan. 1st. Several thous- and his appointment is about ns valua-ato- u the supremacy of tho democratic party CONGRESS will be asked to appropriIn this State is endangered. It will bo ine McQueen, who was serving a life and dollars worth of brand new Clothing, Dry Good;., Hoots and great amount of money for the bio ns Inst year's almanac. Miss for every democrat, and we be sontonco for complicity with Bad Tom Shoes, Carpets and Oil Cloths, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods Klondikers. but It would bo, ley Is the proper person to christen better lieve the lenders of the sound money Smith in the murder of Dr. Ruder, of will be slaughtered to meet this demand. Seldom if ever has such an much more appropriate to appropriate tho new battleship and wo trust that contingent so concede, It this off shoot Breathitt county. money for tho starving poor at hothc. the governor will not hesitate to Tho supremo court at Brooklyn, N. all around money saving chance been offered. Look at our bargains of tho regular organization Is allowed men who wenr. to Alaska did so point her. Y., has set aside tho verdict of $05,000 below and judge for yourself. to slumber In peace. with their eyes open anu wun 1110 soic apt, nearly 44 years of continuous says: given Mrs. Florence Van Schuuclc by a Mr Watlcrbon very sensibly father-in-lahope of gain. They knew before hand gorv(co Qn lhe bench of tho u Si 8U. Tested in 189(5 in the Nation, and In 1897 sheriff's jury against her un- on in a of the hardships they would likely alienating her husband's affections. ,)rcin0 courlj jusljco ncld retired few of the States, though notably for dcrgo. but they went all the same nnd Vcilnosday to private HTo. Tho worst and conclusively In Kentucky, tho Tho mercury Wednesday was 4 bethey should be permitted to take caro feillm.c of it j3 tnat it KiVC3 McKinley sound money organization, which took low in St. Paul, 5 bolow nt Huron, 10 Seven papers ol pins for 10c. Three spools thread, guaranteed as of themselves. Tho government can R elmncc t0 appoint a republican, when 12 below at BisI pair Dr. tho namo of the" National democracy, below in Wlnnepeg, T. 10c. 3 dozen hooks and eyes for 10c. not go into the business of following up f th(J oU1 rasCal ha(1 nave reslgnel showed Itself both an Illusion and a marck, Battloford and Menedosa, 18 good as O. N. Warner's patent corset clasps at 10c. 2 dozen pearl buttons for 10c. and taking care o' all who go on wild who) ,)e slun,jd Mr. Cleveland would snare. Indeed the idea of maintaining below at Wllllston, 20 below at Medi goose expeditions, nny more than it can i,nvo niimcd his successor. It is said pair of 20c wire cine Hat ami .'10 below at Havre. 2 boxes French swans down face powder for 10c. an organization which has shown itself put something In tho hat of everyone ti4t, a aisllko for Clovcland kept him to be so wanting in every essential eleNow that ho has been convicted of buckle suspenders for 10c. 4 dozen white bone collar buttons ioc. who chooses to hand it around. Tho fpom lt( wnjcn ls netther creditable to ment of strength except disinterested tho murder of Guldensuppe, Martin Best Roman stripe and plaid percales at ioc per yard. Children's Klondikers have made thelrbeds. Lot hll, heaPtnor h8 principles, purpose and good Intention seems to us Thorn confesses that ho dtd tho killing ribbed undershirts and pants at ioc each. Hoy's crusher hats at ioc. them lie In them, or die In them, It at- and cut his victim up. Ho swore on It is said that Mr. Davison says his very like awhat would have been the matters not which. army repu- the stand that Mrs. Knack did it and Boy'a jockey caps at ioc. Men's scarls, 50c quality, at ioc. will depond titude of brigade In Leo's candidacy for swear that they on h,g heaUh That Hettle8 ,t It wlu diating Appomattox and setting up on ho only helped her to hide tho pieces. TWENTY-SEVEmen gov. C. E. James, of Chattanooga, has , . . voted for Hindman in ono Georgetown . esueciallv if its own account to maintain freo 20-Ce- nt and yet the returns from that Gqv McCreary ts nan,e( by tno domo. ernment, under tho impression that been awarded a contract for building precinct, precinct show only four votes for him crats. The boss Isn't any fool. Ho al- Lee's surrender had left its friends no 110 miles of railroad In Corea. the first Ladles' ribbed vests and pants, the 35c quality, for 20c. 1'atcnt other course. It is claimed that tho in that country. Tho road will connect Courier-Journa- l. About the same ways knows when he's "got null." people were either too Ignorant or too Seoul, the capital of the kingdom, with window shades with fancy border, worth 40c, at 20c. Rowland voting Curtain poles thing occurred in the treacherous to bo honest. They were Sheraulpo, the principal seaport on tho with fixtuses complete at 20c. Extra quality floor oil cloth at 20c a place here. Only one vote was rePOLITICS neither. They woro opposed to tho Yellow Sea. corded for Hindman, yet four men - plan, or Indifferent to It. In cither Secretary Gage in his report will esThe Union Pacific brought tho fast yard. Ladies' Taffeta fleece lined gloves for 20c. Kleinetts dress claim to have voted for him. The only the tlmato the year's detlcit at $20,000,000 case tho lesson is tho same to us; and, mall to Omiiha from Cheyenne Mon shield for 20c. All wool dress goods 34 inches wide, all shades, for wav we can account for it is that tlmo. Tho 519 20c yard. Haby shoes sold for 50c before go this week at 20c. Hoys wishing God speed to those who want day In fellows either didn't! know how to vote to 82.5,000,000. for Hindman or they , if McKinley is to bo immortalized in more of it, wo shall accept no further miles was made in 520 minutes. Tho shirts to get it counted ft 20c. Hoys' wtists that cost us 374c nt wholesale go at 20. leadership, assume no further responsi- run was made to avoid a heavy lino for lie about it. Certainly no ollicer at a solid gold statue- at the Paris at leant, was unfriendly tion, why not have a ilguro of Mark bilities on that line, for wo huvc had missing the Eastern connection with is a dem- the Pacific mall. enough. Tho Courier-Journenough to Hindman to suppress his Hanna done in diamonds ? 35-Ce- nt of per-- 1 not a republican: and it will unWhile helping in tho repairs of tho John C. Dully, defeated democratic ocrat, vote, even if they were capable candidate for representative in Chris- - der no circumstances or conditions pui Elk in Trestle on tho K. C, which juring theirselves sovillalnously. Men's neglige shirts for 35c each formerly sold at 50c. Men's Metian county, has abandoned his contest sue a policy whose only effect Is to con- broke in with a freight train, killing DISPATCH from Frankfort says nc- - aulnst Dr. A. M. Seargent. power. A Men's and Hoy's corduroy golf and two men, Zeko Bobiuson's leg was brok- rino pants and shirts at 35c each. tinue tho republican party in gotiations between the attorneys for j A Ptiderttl jdg0 at Trontollf N. j., en by a heavy timber rolling over him. yacht caps at 35c. Men's working gloves wc bought to sell at 50c Told the trustees of tho Kentucky Schools ,md gralUcd an injunction restraining Frank Norman hod Ills shoulder brok for remnants of red damask table linen sold at 35c. 5 and of Reform and Auditor Stone looking un JnUjl.nal rovenuo collector from re-t- o en by u plank falllni; on It and John The Wisconsin State Normal School Reed had his hand badly mashed. in this sale at 35c per yard. Eiderdown for wraps and sacqucs at agreed case in regard . movin thre0 of hla de,)UUe8i making up an 50c at Beaver Falls was burned. Loss $75,- to the appropriation lor tne scnoois Men's all leather Yankee suspenders for 35c, sold at Secretary of State Charles Finley 000. of tho railroad 35c per yard. The annual rcort have about fallen through. The audit- - . mi,.o!ntod hls brother-in-laE. E. Thompson at Louisville has commissioners show the gross earnings 50c everywhere. Judge or refuses to cancel the issue as put Wood ,n.incipal of the Baptist Instl-b- y ruled out all slot machines as gambling of tho Kentucky roads for the year end will go to tmo nt Williamsburg, t0 a clerkship in the trustees and the case ing Juno HO, 1897, to bo $10,709,185, u devices. A olllcc. tho court of appeals, that is if the trus- A big order for locomotives has been decrease of $1,580,095'. Tho net earntees think it udvisable. Tho best way! Cannon, chairman of the committe been received from Japan by an Amer- ings woro $4,715,509, a decrease of $891,- probably would be to let the matter ' on appropriations, says that tho session ican firm. 457. Tho valuation of mileage for this drop in tho courts and appeal to the 0f Congress which meets Monday, will was responsible for the year is fixed at $42,801,551, and other Hard cider A URBANSKY A CO , I'Hornirroiw Legislature soon to convene. be brief and says there is no prospect murder of a New Jersey farmer by u property ut M,234,003, a total of ' of any tinancial legislation. T. D. HANKY. Manaokii. farm hand. Col. C. P. Atmoru, general Gov. Bradley will recommend to Su- in Ono out of every 6even deaths Paris, Carlisle, Ml, Sterling, Ilardstnwn, fjawrcucrburg, fynthlnnn, VvntaUlc, Emiagent of the L. & N., can ride perintendent Goslee tho appointment nence, Georgetown, Klunbethtown. Frankfort, nnd Mnuokport, Ind. FARM AND TRADE. in his private car with at- much grace of Boyd Morrow, of Somerset, as re- New York City are said to bo duo to and beauty as the next man, but his ceiver of tho Lakeland Asylum, which consumption. John Anderson bought In the East Will Correll, a fast young man who efforts to ride a wheel, that is to say a Is almost the same as making it. sui- End a bunch of heifers at Ho. bike, has not proved so successful. The j There are 2.J candidates for jailer in married a rich widow, committed G..D. Boono bought in the Oltcn-helcide at Jonsboro, Tenn. colonel is rather hefty and his wheel Hardin county. Tho vacancy occurred A fifty million stock company Is besection a lot of cows ut lc. has a way of shying. Tuesday it shied by the death of Joseph Sweets the day organized for tho Irrigation of the ing A. A. Crutch field sold to D. M. An so severely that he was thrown off und following his election. His American desert. lay great de.rson a bunch of light feeders at Hc. hurt so badly that he will have to has been appointed to servo until an Eugene Moore, former State uuditor 10 days for repairs. Everybody who up Pence k. Dawes have bought a lot of election can be held In November. of Nebraska, was convicted of the em- butcher stuff during tho past few days knows the clever colonel will regret This proposition to have a statue of his misfortune and wish for him a President McKinley In puro gold at bezzlement of $23,000. at2ito2Jc. Seven men are dead and 17 more aro speedy recovery. At Loxington Lou- Bramble brought Paris Exposition won't do. Tho likely to die at Maplesvllle, Ala., from the $1,000 and Flora $3,000. Tin. ndlnlnl onnnr. litr tlll St.ltfX Cltl St. Louis platform stands in tho way. drinking wood alcohol. Whitney bought tho former. vasslng board increased Shackelford's The statue must contain at least "0 per Gov. O'Ferrall In his message to the No. 2 red wheat is quoted at 95 In Prices. Xo plurality to 17.804. He lacked only 2711 cent, of silver. Chicago Chronicle. Virginia Legislature took strong Cincinnati, best hogs at 3.42J, do. cat Good Goods sit the Lowest Possible of getting a majority over all. The ' Hon. John u. uurnaie, now oi r.ow ground against lynching. sold on time but one Goods tle 4.05 and extra sheep at lc. vote Is: Shackelford, 187,482; Bailey, ' York, was in Louisville Wednesday, An inmate ot the Soldiers' Homo at sold 34 fat cattle, Howard W. Nutter 100,078; Hindman, O.oS..; Parker, 7,:i74; and was asked whut he thought of the Leavenworth, Kan., committed suicide all red steers but ono, weighing 591 National constitutional ' future of the 1,78.'.. Tho Wullaco, by jumping Into scalding water. pounds, at 41 cts. Georgetown Times. was lost by nearly 0,000. crats, when ho replied: "lam not in George Douglass, colored, was hangat LexThe totals of last year were: McKin politics now." "I do not reside in tho ed ut Pittsburg for the murder of a Thoroughbreds sold Weanlings never discuss ington, Tuesday. loy. 218,171: Bryan, 217,890; Palmer and State and I prefer not to man he did not Intend to kill. before. One went tics at all." 5,114. William Bowman, of Louisville, stab- sold so high there In tho present Congress the lawyers, bed his brother, Peter, because he for $5,100. Gov. Bradley Is right. He intends or lawyers, largely predomi At West it Duncan's sale of Hereford to have every soldier in the State on nate. Of the 80 members of the Sen dropped the plate in passing him tho cattle, which took place Nov. 29 ut butter. duty to stop the cowardly, measley and ate, (10 are lawyers of more or less re The people of Oklahoma will peti- Windsor, 111., 55 bold for un average of mean turnpike raiding. It Is pretty nown, Of tho :Jo8 men who now sit In admission into tho about $115. but law and the House, 245 aro members of tho bar. tion Congress for expensive to tho Tho famous old race horse Terra Cot-tUnion us u Stutc. The population is order must reign supremo or we must Tho account on this score in tho two .'100,000 once ownd by Col. Jim Guest, hold give away entirely to the midnight ma- Houses stands thus: Lawyers .'105, all Richmond, Vu., Colored University at auction in Lexington to Milton rauders. Go ahead, governor, the best others, 142. Is to have flve'buildings costing $80,000 Young, for $30. people are with you. The other class The president's message will be of a within live yeurs, uccording to Dr. President P. P. Johnson, Secretary is not worth considering. decidedly character. It Morehouse. II. W. Wilson and the other olllcers of will favor ''currency reform" In a genBelle Boyd, the Confederate female tho Kentucky Trotting Horse BreedAs Negroes do not have yellow fever, eral way, but the Gage plan will not be a doctor advances the Idea that white indorsed; neither will Postmaster Gon-er- spy, is under arrest at Lexington on the ers' Association, wore W. C. Whltnoy bought charge of attempting to jump her people can bo rendered proof against Gary's plnu for posUil savings board bill. & Jean Ingclow for $400 nnd Lokl for disease by an Injection of Negro tho banks. Cuba will get but little comHis Lordship brought $8,000, J. The United States supreme court deblood. Some remedies are said co be fort In tho message, and no revenue cides against Mrs. Nobles, sentenced D. Smith, of Lexington, purchuser. worso than the disease and this comes legislation will be recommended. to deatli In Georgia for the murder of Lou Brumble was bought ut tho Lexunder that head. Who would want to Judge T. Z. Morrow says: "My first her husband. live with the stigma of having Negro ington sales by S. S. Brown, of commission was sighed by Gov. Knott, The sale of tho Willimantic thread Flora Louise blood In his veins restingover him? for $9,000. against whom I had just made a race works to a foreign company has been Pittsburg, Hays, of Lexington, for wont to Tom A St. Louis boy played with a for governor, which resulted in the for- practically settled. I)Y About $2,500,000 $3,000. switch and wrecked seven cars. Af- mation of a little mutual admiration will be paid. ' 1 Eugene Leigh's farm near Lexlng. terwards his father played with a society that still exists. My second Tho New England Gas and Coko Co. ton, 40S acres, sold for $39,000. Milt switch and completely wrecked seven was signed by John Young Brown, has contracted to buy from 800,000 to Young bought 101 acres at $101. IL length's of the boy's posterior, but ho with whom I graduated and associated 1,500,000 tons yearly of Novia Scotia P. Headlov bought the remainder at My coal for 20 years. is gradually getting so that ho can sit for six years at Centre College. $78.50. down again. Ho had no idea In tho be- third Is now signed by ray brother-in-laTho New York Board of Estimate J. R. Johnson's sale of Poland China Gov. Bradloy." ginning that the game could bo played has set aside $00,000 for tho treatment ho;jB, at Lexington, was well attended . , Mrs. W. V. Smith, of Harrison coun- for consumptive patients under the su.. In so may ways. head and vury successful. Forty-thrc- o ruso carrier a xt:t--imc uir tr nurncss, ouuuics, uriaics, iiwc ty, is sending out cards as follows: pervision of the board of health. sold for $775.50. an average of 818.03, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. The Hartford Herald has u sensible "Charley Smith, an orphan boy whom All tho largo Kentucky distillers one bringing $100. editorial on democratic harmony, I have raised, is u candidate for one of und agreed to limit Square, Stanford, Ky Room Opposite Court-Hou- se J. C. Turley shipped from Mt. Sterwhich the apparent irreconcllubles on tho pages of the Lower House. Ho Is met In Louisville whisky to 20,000,000 ling 70 cattlo bought In Bath county tho production of both sides would do well to read and a bright, gentlemanly young fellow and averaged 1,000 lbs, costing 5 cents. of gallons a year for three yeurs. ponder. The recent election shows that and worthy of your support." Sho who is to hang Dec. 17 at They werq tho finest lot of cattlo that Wm. Curr, wo can get together and we should do thinks, und many agree with her, that murdering his own has left the Mt. Sterling market for so for good and all und havo an end to as Harrison county has not had tho of- Liberty, Mo., for HBfcolP tPWrUFifttntr iHJ-- i lWM child, bent up a glass tumbler and ato so mo time. internecino strife. fice for tho past 15 years, it is entitled It. No effect has been noticed yet. J. P. and J. A. McCord, of White M. -- e e ' t The man who discovered the white to this small favor. William Hickman fell into a trance Hall, have cstubltshed a new record for We second tho motion made by tho horse-re- d headed woman combination hog Withers shows the brightest, cleanest line of Furniture, duping a religious meeting at Bruns- fut hogs. They own a has gone Insane, presumably because ho Interior Journal, to run non. R. J. wick, Gu. He died two days later with- which weighed six weeks ago 957 lbs. found an exception to the almost inva Breckinridge, of Danville, for attorney out having regained consciousness. It weighs now over 1,000 pounds. riable rule. It is a very remarkable general In '90. Thero is not u man in supremo court of the United Richmond Climax. Tho fact that one is never seen unless the Kentucky better suited for this olllce States has decided against tho FrankWheat wont up in Chicago Friday to than "Breck." lie is an exceptionalother Boon hoves In sight, even if It is fort Lottery Company operating in $1 und closed at 99 cts. It closed on ly fine lawyer, u man of broad Intellect inexplicable. I und It will have to shut up Wednesday at 95 cts. and this rise of Wall taper, Window Shades, Rugs, Portieres and Lace Curtains. und business sagacity and one of the Louisville eight cts. Is phcnomlnal and shows that keep the stock to select from. Price is an object. Look and you A man of 70 killed himself at Bos- best orators in tho Stutc. He has al- shop. Judiro Hezcklah Cox, tho oldest law European buyers ure anxious. Wo have wiU be convinced. ton for tho love of a young woman, who ways been a hard working democrat yer in Carroll county, died at Ghent. had an abiding faith thut wheat would looked coldly upon his suit. There is und should he be induced to mako tho no fool like the old fool und all of them race it Is woe unto Iiim who comes out Ho was prominent In tho political af go up to $1.25 beforo Christmas and Gaaro not dead, tho' this incident reduces ugulust him. Wo aro for "Bob" every fairs of Northern Kentucky for many $1.50 by next harvest. Lexington Store ut Ilustonvillc, II. zette. Camnitz, Manager. years. time. Harrodsbuig Sayings. the number one. six-da- MTMTtfDIflQ JUURlmb' - ! m Bargains ! Brad-sufferi- ' ap-T- he 10e BARGAINS. 1 N ., Bargains. record-breakin- g - cxposl-Rowlan- d, al ' -- Bargains. News Briefly 6-y- ard I THE LOUISVILLE STORE. $Jfi,-093,55- 7. pas-song- er I ! - m son-in-la- w MARK HARDIN, Cali - . ry Cash Dealer In Groceries, Goods, Notions, &c. Dry I d demo-ameudme- 1 nt sky-hig- h Low Cash Price To ALL. poll-Buckn- , Expert Glass Cutters. tax-paye- r, a, al d. al $3,-50- 0. Window Lights Furnished In All Sizes at the Lowest Prices. CRAiC HOOKER. UHDGKCAKinG J. C. M' CLARY, m Praotical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. ,,.... I EJ.1lrrrlir m iij jpk ly S!STO!1 .J -- m ir i j four-year-o- ld isu j Carpets, Matting, li. I ' I if W. W. Brtnch WITHERS. STANFORD. r ill A'JK.)!! ti iJ' i i&n j.w ,jt,4'!Mlt.gi W.Jj ?, t jj., ti fA ii tfafw. HfrfrrtM i'kmkt-eMiijmmjj- i fF ntXT fT5"t jfp? V- - '"Mr ' yf & w " "" vm. ' t r3 " r Special In-- 1 LniEKTV. C. Walton will be at If 1 I I rC I to cash buyers, Come nnd Liberty next Monday, llrst day of cirduccments THE INTERIOR Some bargains In diamonds. Danks. sec. Mark Hardin. cuit court, ready and willing to wait on BUY your cunt now. See our ad. J. Tin: Iloston SturH coma' under the tho-- o who want to transact any busiIt has full Course of Htudy In all (lep.irtmiiitH. It lias trained and experienced teachStanford, Ky., Dec. 3, 1897 II. Huughmnn & Co. highest guarantee of excellence and ' ness with the INTERIOR JOURNAL. ers. It has all needful facilities for tho thorough training of girls In all grades. It wa established for tho welfaro nnd convenience of Stanford and Lincoln county. Let alt tho tn their souls Sr.K Dunks, the lowolor's window. those who have music isjoplo of Stanford and vicinity, Instead of dissipating tholr Influence should not miss this opportunity to en-- t John Moore, accused of participating er schools, rally around tho College and glvo It their united and heartyby patronizing othE. C. Wawos, Business MANAGER. It's full of Xmus bargains. support. I. A. I.... u iL'iik ui ik. lib tft..l. Next Session opens Sept Gtli. Tor f"ll Information call on Mrs. Satillev at the cnllojjoor juv imon a upuiu In the assault upon Mrs. Gloason near jvrlto for catalogue. jj. SIIEf.TON. Thk report that the Tanner Ilros. at House, next Tuesday, 7th. Newport, was acquitted. Cure and the bent materials itiHiiro McKinnoy had assigned was started by Col. Baldwin sold that part of the By putting on a very largo forco and tlio proper lining of prescriptions. That an enemy, on whose trail ho will camp, Maysvillo road lying in Fayette county, Is the way they uro llllcd at Penny's working day and night tho Iv. C. tres.). Tanner. wo are told by Mr. eight miles, at $1,S0.'I per mile. Drug Store. tle at Klkln was completed Tuesday and Tin; fiscal court allowed Annie tratlle resumed without tho long trans- a Madison county republicans will hold meeting at Richmond, Dec. 11, to -Haughman $." a month for support and fer, which made trains to tills point sxz&zJZ&rTr-. PERSONALS. discuss the civil service laws. gave James He Id en, the paralytic, M.03 severtd hours late each day. I am now prepared to mako all kinds of Picture l'ramcs to order from the Mil. J. K. Hr.I.M Is very 111 of fever. to buy a It Is quite likely that Gov. Bradley tho Most ExH.'ntlve. All work done 1'iomptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Cheapen to Also carry ticket to Louisville, where ho MllH. M. J. MURPHY Is back from will order out the militia to protect tho tho Largest and Most Complete lino of Lovett's Boston Stars aro four of says ho can II ml profitable employment. Rockcastle Springs. tho most talented people that have ap- State pikes in Jessamine county. WindovV Oils, War-nish- es, F. H. FKI.AN1), Kscj., and wife, of A little child of John Lamb, Curdt-villSlNCi: all tho roads nearly are free, peared on our platform this winter, and played before tho grate. Its Lawronooburg, aro visiting at Mr. A. Jim Carter, who has always been our people are profusu in compliments Z WindovV M. Feland's. rank free piker, is so overjoyed that he toward tlio Lyceum Association for tho clothing ignited and the little one wus In Central Kentucky. Handsome lino of I'Ine PICTCHE3 for tho Holidays. Call'and sec. Miss L1..11: t'r.KNi'V, of Richmond, travels just for the fun of seeing tho high class entertainment provided by burned to death. States Senator Patrick is visiting Mrs. J. S. Rice. polls up with no one to pull them down. them. Dally News, Roodhouse, 1)1 At Walsh, the citizen's candidate, wus Stanford, Dec. 7. Miss Fannie Shanks left yoslcr-tlu- y Coming.- - The Messrs. Kddy aro re2m No. 306 Main Street, Danville, Kv. elected mayor of Augusta, Ga., over for iiutchison, Kansas, to visit relceiving a car load of limber, etc., to be Tin: current Cjnfeder.ilo Veteran William Dunbar and Daniel Kerr by a atives. published at Nashville, 1ms a picture majority of 821. MKSSlts. II. C. Rui'l.BY and J. A. used in constructing the telephone lino of the National Cemetery , Danville, and The government's receipts for NoAllen went to Marlon county Tuesday between Danville and Stanford and in rebuilding tho lines in Danville. Ad- sketch by S. D. Vanl'olt. In the group vember were 4S,0U2, I8!l less than its to hunt birds. of people that appear In tho picture, expenditures. Tho treasury dellclt for Mlts. I)it. K.J. UROWN and children vocate. Judge R. J. Breckinridge, Morrison the live months of the currept tlscal wont up to Mt. Vernon yesterday to Tub store of A. II. Uastin at Crab Breckinridge, Dr. M. D. Logan and year is 10,101,401. visit relatives. Orchard depot was entered Sunday 12c Handkerchief in At Chicago, Charles Wurren Spald- A I.iulUw good Winter Vest for J. L. Tanner, of tho firm of Tanner night and robbed of a small amount of others can bo distinguished. 4e Linen Towel 5c ing, tho Globe Savings Dros., McKlnney, Is tn Cincinnati this money. Tho guilty Assignment. R. T. Pierce, a mer party is known by Two Writing Tablets In " best Winter Vests for 45c Bank, was sentenced to an Indetermi- Lead week after Xmas goods. Mr. Uastin, but his name is withheld chant and proprietor of tlio Pieroo Ho 45c Pencil lc All tool Undershirt G. M. Davison and R. L. tel lu Liberty, assigned to Geo. Prew nate term in the penitentiary. He was Thlmblu on account of his mother. lc Davison, Congressman and private secitt, of the Liberty Bank. Liabilities, charged with embezzling funds of tho retary, leave Unlay for Washington. Sham Hattlh. Tho benches at tho S1O.0O0: assets. $22,000, largely value-his- University of Illinois while he was The lino of Shoes which I am closing out at SI for choice are going llko hot cakes. Thoy nro not up to date in style, but thoy aro tho best of (piallty. Every pair cost more than Mit. and Mlts. J. S. R:ki, of Lex- Haptlst church having a propensity for Pierce is treasurer of Casev coun treasurer. Lightning bugs on tho 22d of Novem SI .511. You can got them for SI. ington, came over yesterday to visit jtopplng very loudly when they arc sat ty and trustee of tho jury fund. He her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. White. upon, and when tho whole congruga han been doing a reckless credit busl-m- , ber uro a rarity In this latitude, but a for some time and his friends pre- belated Glasgow citizen, going homo Mil. J. H. Cook was here this week, tlon sits down at once, Mr. H. ChancelMonday night, discovered three of looking better than for a long time. lor says it reminds him of a sham hat-li- dicted tho collapse. them lightning away just like it was in Since his recent illness he has gotten LlVKUY CIIANOH. James K. Bca. July, and cold weather going instead of up to 17.) lbs. The Biggest and Cheapest Line of C. W. ADAMS has bought I It. ley, who had the misfortune to fall from coming. Glasgow Times. JuixiK Wayni: Cook, circuit judge Twldwoll'i drug establishment at a bridge on U.m Iv. C. uear his home, Through tho Instrumentality of Gov. of tho district Including Corydon, Intl., and will enlarge the stock and decided to quit that section and hus Atkinson, a bill was introduced Into arrived Wednesday to visit his brother, increase the facilities. J. Beechor Ad- bought an Interest in I. M. Bruco'sllv tho Bouse of Representatives of Geor-cr- y Dr. L. II. Cook. ams will havo charge of tho prescripstable. Tho firm name is Bruce & j,ft providing that unless a jury so Kings-vlllMil. J. II. Watts, formerly of tion wise, which Insures accuracy and By tho way tho dallies pul- - ulates, no woman shall over be hanged now of Harrlman, Tenn., fends excellence. llshed that he was killed, but you can't i Georgia. Tho bill was framed to rc- us a remittance that pays his subscripOi'KitA House Calendar. Boston kiUJim that way. IIo went around lievu tho governor of responsibility In tion to Jan. 1, UKX). Stars, Dee. 7; entertainment by the with a head as hig us a barrel for a day tho Kliabcth Nobles murder case. MR. K. W. Sl'lDHLL, after a rather In Stanford. Invite your inspection. two, hut Is all right now. Willis Stivers, of Athens, Fayette disastrous newspaper experience here, young ladles missionary society of tho or left with his family for his former Presbyterian church, with music and CllltlsriAN Kndkavou. On account county, sued Kditor S. G. Boyle, of dramatic reading by Starling F. Mar- of tho Baptist revival, tho union tlio Lexington Morning Herald, for In Ohio Tuesday. home $10,000, for publishing in his paper that Mlt. lirKDKTT l'OWlXL, of the West shall, of Henderson, Dee. 10. and musimeeting will be hold at tho Lnd, was hero Wednesday on his way cal e by Miss Klleu Ballou's class, Dec. Christian church hero at ft: 1.1 p. M. Slivers had killed a man and was sent to Lancaster to attend tho Sunday, Instead of at 7 o'clock. The to the penitentiary for It, when Stivers marriage. THE coldest snap of the season came Huston vllle will furnish half of the pro ji was actually acquitted. It was proved who was hero this Tuesday when the mercury went below gram and Miss Bettie Powell, recrota- - lhat ll, l'Hcation "us not malicious Cait. Wm. Gi:i:k, week, gave us an apple which every- 20 degrees. Tho fanners got In their ry, writes that Miss Margaret Bennett but the jury gave Stivers SS.10. body pronounced a quince, till they work on the porkers that day and and Mr. Jerry Adams will sing a duct; tasted It. It looked exactly like one. thousands wore killed. It was cold and Mr. Wheeler respond to welcome adWe carry only tho best goods and sell at 'Squire John Kllis left Tuesday to drizzly yesterday and the signal ser- dress; Mr. Best and others will discuss AT AUCTION. vice said it would rain hist night and the lesson topic; ami members of that tako tlio position of storckecper-gaugc- r society will sing an anthem. Thord nt Curlcy's distillery In Jessamine. The Kendall lloti-- o and Lot of Half Acre. Ills apHlntmcni came Thanksgiving Fkye, tho Hustonvilio mer- will be recitations, orations, readings, opiK)slto Mrs. Iaiii Shanks, on Lower Main James 1 day. chant, tells in another column of his music, etc., by tho Stanford society. street, Stanford, will In) sold at auction at county lu Lackey, of Lancaster, new departure and how low ho is going All denominations aro cot d hilly Invl-tu- d o'clockday, front of tho IsUT. Tor InformaMiss Jennie DKC. HITII, Tho ame rule apples to our stock of Window Glass and Putty in which we have tho and tho Lancaster people specially courtconcerning It, seo W. A. Trlbhle, attor-uois nccompaninr her brother Goodloo to soil goods under It. Buying for cash tion best grades only. Lackey on n trip In tho mountains and and selling for cash, lie can give great- requested to attend. LINCOLN HUILIHNO & OAN ASS'N. en route spent the night at Mr. John er bargains nnd this he is going to do. Terms; Half cash; balance In 12 months. Fm:i: hut Thiiui:. The fiscal All W. Rout's Nothing but tho best goods at the low- court at Its Tuesday's session made big Mil. W. II. HIOOINS, of Stanford, nc. est prices will lui his motto. progress In buying and freeing the companled by his two interesting little TS.3a' LiCE t.VTrfV'JH Fish. While boring for a well near pikes. It closed deals with all save tho wyjv stfa daughter, Mary and Kllzaboth. visited Stanford it Hustonvilio, Hustonvilio it tils brother, John A. Illgglns. here this tholr mill, Carter it Straub struck what Danville and Green Klvor and WednesLINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. must be a lake, as hundredsof mlnows, week. Richmond Register. day tho poles on all except those three Win. Hubble. Committee for Sieneer HubR. W. IIOCKP.lt, who has boon new lights and other small tlsh came Mlts. Hubble, Defendant. ble, vh. -, wont up for good and In Kipilt). visiting her sister, Mrs. J. S. Hooker, up with tho water, which continued to less than l! miles of all. This leavepay road In the left yesterday for her homo in Kansas How in great volume. The llsh seom to county now and it Is likely Cirau older Puisiiaut that there cuit Court intothe alxivo of tho Lincoln at cause, rendered 1 bo all right ami not to have been long W. Logan accomCity. Mrs. Dr. will he nonouftor tho court meetsagaln the Noti'mlier term. IsUT, tho undersigned in their darkened surroundings. panied her and will visit Ivor. . next Tuosday, when it will either buy Commissioner will, on Is a small word but means u greak deal. We use It In both bujlug and T. D. Newi.and, sherilT, made his thosu roads or tako stops to condemn HOME NEWS. veiling. We aim to sell tho bust; jou want to buy the best, and wo do tliu final settlement with tho auditor Tues them. Following are tho roads bought best we can for you lu Itclng tint llrst day of the December term Fresh Graham Flour at Warren it day. Tho amount paid was $21,021. It2. Tuosday: the Lincoln Count v Court, Tho Duddorar's Mill pike, ft miles, of tho house door tn Stanford, before to Mr. Newland had to strain a point to Shanks'. Kv.. sell court Provident W II. Tray lor, i'AXi per mllo the highest bidder at public outT tho fol- farms, Apply to raise tho amount. He still owes the MONEY to loan on county a good deal and will have to for the individual stock on tho Hanging Pork lu L'liicolu county, Ky. box IDS, Stanford. Tho Hustonvilio it Carpenter Stal'lrst parcel Is iHtunded as follows: make many levies and sales, unless the hickory, corner to LotsNns.S come up very rapidly lu tho tion, W. D. Woathorford, president, GUNS, loaded shells and amunltionat and :i, thenco N. CO W. ti'i )les to a stake, miles, was bought for $1,000. Craig A: Hooker's. next few weeks. corner to Lot No. II, thenco with lino of Lot Tho it Pleasant Point, 21 No. .'I N. 41) K. MS poles to centre of Hanging 13 conducting our business economically, paying spot cash for all our l You will find everything good to eat Ati: Aksknic Little James goods and idling to jou the same way. Wo believe you will buy your miles, W". L. McCarty, president, SlftO 21ork, inenco wiiu:i meW.nieumiers oj sumu N. .14 poles, thenco .'Irt poles N. W. " son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sam n mile. si) W. is at W. H. Brady's. '.'S jMiles, Gii W. P. 4.IS W. thenco S. thence S. 5 jolos, to 0 polos, Cut-oOwsley, Jr., got hold ut some arsenic piko at Stanford, K.T. Pence, thenco lKtles S. 14 H. Ill ltolos. thence S. .M5U, K. s TltUSSES at half price. Perfect lit Tuesday, which his mother had put out president, 'J miles, $100 a mile. jH)les, crossing tho Hanging Fork, thenco S. guaranteed. Craig A: Hooker. Hustonvilio it Carpenter's Creek. J. 10)4 K. 41 polos, thenco b. '7 W. IIO polos, to kill rats, and ate no one knows how . liS itolox. thenco N. Tu much. The little fellow grow very K. Haughman, president, 1 miles, 9300 thenco thenco W. 12 W. 7 jKiles, thenco S. W. 0 N. si S4'4 imlert, COUN, hay and all kinds of feed Uiken emetics were ued and after a mile. V. 0 itolos, thenco S. 02 W. 7 jtoles, thenco b. in exchange for coal. J. II. Baug h- - sick, but 15 poles, thenco S. :ill W. 10 poles, vomiting freely ho was all right again. Lancaster it Crab Orchard, J. K. ftOJ W. S. 21'4 W.30 Of us. We will convince you that wo buy the best goods and sell the nmn A: Co. thence ioIes. thonce S. S K, 20 Carson, president, ftj miles, fSOO a mile. ltolos, thence H. 44)4 H. 7 jtoles, thence S. It was a narrow escape. goods. 21 .1J4 K. s jtolei. thonce S st! E. 10 pities, Uradfordsvllle, Hustonvili.e Is about tho only John C. Davidson, manager of tho Hustonvilio thence f. sl L. Is polos, thence S. 70 K. 17 miles, $7."0 per mllo. place In the county that you can't go S. 57)4 ((! K. vEtna Life , has appointed Mr. H. C Hustonvilio it Coirey's Mill, 0 miles, polos, thenco aS..stake, 4s poles.theuco No. 2, V.. 4 JKiles to corner to l.ot U) without paying toll. Baughmau a special agent to repru G. C. Lyon, president, J?(i00 a mile. thenco leaving the Hanging Hork and with lino of No. 2 N. 27 E. SO poles to tho beginMr. THE jailer's otlleo grows poorer and sent this old reliable company Boyle A. G. Smith, ning, containing prisoners Baughmun will havo his headquarters president,it-- Lancaster, per mile. jioorer. There aro only two i miles, $20 Ton Acros. over Baughman's livery stable, where in Jailer DoBord's caro now. All these roads accepted county Ono Hundred and ho will be pleased to hIiow tho plans bonds in payment. Second parcel Is liounded us follows; Beans, Ilomlty Flakes, and rates of his company, to thono conIJO.MINY, tho Lancaster and centre Tlio Knob Lick, Dr. Clifton Fowler, Danvlllo lu tho thenco of of all with centre of same jtlke, Butter Beaus and Dried Fruits templating taking either Life or president, prooscd to tako tho court's N. 4 W. 14 poles, thenco N. 50 W. 12 jtoles, kinds at Warren At Shanks'. 1 E. 8 Insurance. N. a)4 E. 31 WE ARE NoW- other projiosltion to tako pay for thenco thenco N. 11)6 polos, thenco N. links. W. Oil lxtlos 10 iwiles. 44 W. 1U of tho school THEltE aro MS children IN the 2.1 years that wo havo been tho pike out of the lovy of 1803, and It ihonco S. 78 W. 10 ltolos. thenco N. 12 links, thenco leaving tho plko and age in this district, yet but 110 aro running tho INTUKIOR JOURNAL, Mr. was so ordered. There aro 7i miles poles meander of the llancliii: 1'ork S. t3 W. 30 public school and tho av- Sam Hardin, of Crab Orchard, has nev- and It was bought at SllVJ.ftO a mile. mites, thence S. 35 W. 22 jtoles S. 40 W. 12 at the ikiios, uiuncu o. i The oilers of all tho roads were seal .Inkiic. inenco c. oi v.00 W. 12 nolo, thonce erage attendance la but 84. er failed to remit for his paper Dec. 1. . ed down, tho court going on tho Idea .. "si'xvfs lioles 12 uiiKs, inenco a. my. . IIo also takes tho Now York Weekly - FOR THE merchants tell us that Christ- in connection with it and never lets tho that tho otllcers had put tho price up 0 poles, thenco N. 55 W. 21 jtoles to a stako Pork, corner to No. 4, thenco mas goods will open curlier this year day pass without sending us $1.50 for for tlio purH)so of compromising on a In Hanging No. 4 S. 10 E. 85 jtoles to a stako with lino of than usual and that they aro expecting tho two. If everybody would bo us lower and mora equitable one. corner to same, thenco S. fiO E. 02 poles to a to adto Nos. 2 and a largo trade. Now Is tho time Mr. 1). W. Vandaircer mado a raving hlckorv, cornertho lteglnnlng, 4, thenco S. SS prompt we would soon bo in condition E. 1S1 'poles to speech against tho injustice of permitvertise them. to found an orphan asylum. xxo ting tho Fowler road to accept payment Death. Herring Miller, tho KiLMU). A dispatch says that Hen- out of tho lovy, Instead of bonds, and Tho two Tracts of Land llocontlguousand son,of Willis Miller, died of ry I'clly shot and killed Martin Turn- said that was making a preferred cred- constitute a Kurm In ono compact body of Tuesday typhoid fover and pneumonia er at Dunnvillo Sunday night. Uoth itor of tho road because certain people laud which has upon It a comparatively now house, commodious and well apafternoon and was burled near Preach-ersvlll- o had been on a spreo for n day or two. had stock In it, hut he quieted down dwelling and all necessary outbuildings In a pointed, yesterday. gitod barn and Tho had engaged in a light about two when Squire John Bailey said ho had lino state of repair Isand a watered, years ago, but since had been supposed made the proposition lu tho start for stnlilos, Tho farm at well dwelling Includhouse. tho ing a gitod cistern Hades ought to havo it hotter place Inany toad to choose between the bonds The fencing on tlio farm Is all good. for tho thief, who takes u paper for a to bo on friendly torma. Thoy got The farm will bo sold to settle tho estatu year or two and when asked to pay for to a quarrel about dark and Turner and tho chances of tho lovy. of Spencer Hubblo and pay his debts. If ho would light him Thcro uro Itf miles of tho Lancaster Tkiims ok H U.K. Six and 12 mouths. Tho It, tries to Ho out of it by saying ho told Polly ho Brown's Cultivators. Studebakcr Wagons, &c. purchaser must execute bonthwith approvsubscribed, nnd there ought tohe would put up his pistol, bnt ho declin- it Danvillo plko in this county, which ed itersonal security for tho purchase price, never until Interest from a special asylum for tho fool editors, ed. Turnor then turned and Polly IJred was offered by J. S. Robinson, presi- beating legal the forco and (lav of sale Judg- Como nnd ste us when jou want anythlug In thu Implement line. effect of pistol at him, tho ball tak dent, for Sl.flftO. but as there is no toll p'lld, having who send papers that way. Tho one Is a ments and payable to tho Commissioner. A tho right car. Turnor mc OI, it in Lincoln, tho court will lion retained as further security. a thief pure and simple, tho other ing effect oror 110 minutes and never spoko ' R. O. WARREN, only & Ulia ug Umo to consider tho proposl-ifte- r worse than Sut Lovlngood's natural lived Master Com'r I O. C. ho fell. Polly mado his escape tlon. born darn fool. J0URMLI New jewelry just In. Danks. Stocic mubt bo reduced, Ia(iam I a., c ! nmcic lu acnu my r lu auiooi : uin . n - Send Her to Stan lord College. -- v I Piu-sidln- t. l. PICTUBE FRAMES Shades, Paints, Brushes Glass e, Wall Paper, 11 Ex-Unlt- A. E. GIBBONS, -- -- King Cash 4 ! Mr-ssi- is. s. e. Wo Mo SET AN1, litis-tonvll- lo , , e, stip-Baazlo- y. Buggy Rugs! B. K. WEAREN St SOV. in Drugs, books and stationery, . il Kn-deav- Hmbry-Llngenfell- A HOUSE AND LOT to-da- m m Uniformly Low Priees. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. tr: court-hous- e, v. m m Commissioner's Sale. m Monday.Dec. 13,1897 tax-paje- 1 Low Prices Kinj-svlll- e ! McKl-wain- e, .. r-- i ' ir -- December Needs St lx-.- l t ( SEVERANCE SONS. V m ng I 1 -- on-roll- .A.GKE3NTTS Containing Acres. THE OLIVER CHILLED FLOWS, T Dick's Feed Cutters, Hocking Valley Corn Shelters, HIGGINS TO'KINNEY. ro I i td?tffcrM W &M s I - itaMBjMryy nvrnj-ynat- mi " 'V ' ' f tf' ' " "'Z" GO. and Mr. Chas. Hold, Sr., is improved Miss Cathcrino enough to bo out again. of Paris, wero mnrrlcd at December camo in liko a gcntlo va'bllafci.od.'X'u.os AcLyoVccuci S"xld.wo aged 80, and Mrs. lamb. Now we will wait to see If tho Thomas Hanks, Flora Worthington, 05, wore married old proverb is carried out -- that it will ga Pliltt YKAH IT ADVANCK ut. Vovny, go out us a roaring lion. Ind. Charles C. Tnpp, of Crab Orchard, Tho members of tho Baptist church r When not no paid 352. CO will c charged. aud Miss Lilllo Adams, of Krigcr, wero are earnestly requested to meet at tho THE INTERIORJOURNALI MATRIMONIAL. V. CRAB ORCHARD. Mil-lcrsbur- g. P. Fox, 70, Talc, to offer an aggregate sum of $8,000 per Timely Warning ! WANTED. year as rental for all tho roads In tho My fimn U jiottoil and I tntnnri to prtno-cut- o To lmy ? mnll fnrm.nf 6(1 or 5 nrrot. Al" county. Tho magistrates say that in each, any and every person caught ply to J. T. SIIA1KMN. Somon.el, Ky. tills proposition they allow tho stock- trtwptiHilnftln unv way on my promise. U. V. IjIU.N, IlllMOIIVIllO. holders eight per cent. Interest upon their Investment and $100 per mllo for A Word To You. liny and sell farms, or oxclmnp) for city the mulntuimncu of the roads. Advoproperty Hest list of Farms to hvIvcI from. cate. Cletyou rShuves mid IlulrcuU ut till kinds mill mUch. 1 I - Farm Exchatlge. ADAMS.V IIOWK. llluko-nioro- 'o mm m I.ST? ! 11 i IjN IV I ? 1 STANFORD, KV. Chicken pox is raging at Middlosbo- Dr. J. M. Myer, of Danville, who ro. VIA GEOKULTOWN. Gill Jones, a Knox county farmer, celebrated his 80th birthday on tho 1st, A. M r. m. A. M. i tells tho Advocate that his long life is dropped dead while at work. 200 Lve. Somerset, 35 Arl2 55 1. 1., 1897. " 11 31 as " Jet. City, 3 15 John Wllaon, son of Rev. John Wil- areby often caused by kidney disease duo to tho fact that ho Is temperate in "w 450 Arr Georgetown, Lt 9 35 ns affections of tho womb. in IJKOOKLVN. oo all things. 3 " C30 ' Franklort, 20 1155 Uo rises with the dawn, son, died in Casey of peritonitis. Full stocks nf Trult nml Ornamental Trees Amonif tho nio!t certain svmptoms o Vines. Siiuill l'rults Ap.rnpuH nml J. P. Gregory has been up)ointcd of this dts.ni.se are Itncknehe, llatl Com- - (mio 5 30 eats regularly, digests perfectly, has a 8 40 CJ10 Arr Paris mnl for Orclmrtl, Dally except Sunday picxion, a Airott Depressed ivtrv thliiR iiguiiU but Mill dlnct ilnrtlun. never has a pain postmaster at Lily, Laurel county. j fine ilow of spirits, : to tho Wo li:io no C. D.BEKCAW.G.P.A. Spirits. Headache, Nervousness. W. J. Wilmoro has boon appointed and enjoys life hugely. All stimulants Iseuralgia. Too Frequent Urina- planter. Mivlnir ciiormoiHcominlv.Ions. onnitiillciition to Co., are iujurious, ho says. Tea, cotTee, postmaster at Camp Nelson, Jessamine tion, Dragging Pains, etc II. b. 11IM.KNMKYKH. ThcbO can bo whisky, tobacco and all others should county. I'xlnrton, Ky. Royal makes the food pure, 03 KOUNDUD laOO. wholesome and dellclotu. Ilarvo Belcher was perhaps fatally be used only as medicines. Ho believes collee is tho most prolific cuuse of dys- stabbed by a drunken man named pepsia wo have, because it is most uni- Simpson near Phieville. "lean heartily recommend your Sparapni OF STANrOKD, KY. r.TA.MOItl, KY. L. A. Siull, who killed J. O. Embry Kidney rills to any woman aflllctci! with those, versally in use. It should bo banished distressing pains In the back and sides and kid. from the tables. Wool should not bo near Mt. Sterling Friday, was acquit- ncy $200,000 00 weak icss, for they me. Tor Pali up Capital, ! worn next to the skin. Cotton is king ted at his examining trial Wednesday. neTcralyerm I hare been have curedwith back, Surplus. 17,003 SO troubled and is the best and healthiest. e is ache, be.irljtf down paiuaand urinary trouble. Gen. Casslus M. Clay's Alt ixrniint dntrlne ljueust I'otta for plank fence, charter, dfsllors are a My pruTitlout of and rmlliiitr or wire fttirrraii flixl what they much worse and It is necessary for a Nothing succeeded in relieving me, until I L'ot fully protected as arc its In .Nallunal lUuks, want at my store near Hie pike trlar Do You Play Cards ? The Chesa- physician to remain in constant attend- a box of Dr. Ilobbs Sparagus Kidney Dlllt. I lis slMfttlttiltlrrs Ulugdewltors held lUtllrldually liable to leading fniiii (.'rab On hard InUreei.on ausi beiran to fee. belter the first fewdavts and uevcr theextrtitof the ainoiinlof their stock therein at krvp on hand a supply nf plank Manfonl for feneinir. All peake & Ohio Ry. has just Issued u ance upon felt better lnciy life than I do now'." the (sir sslue therivr, lu addition to ttif amount her. klntU of lumber for bulldlu 1 purwMw; also irilj very handsome playing card to adverIn suth shares, li may art as executor, ad and shliiiiles. All (Tous tlmlrliiR any article of Mhs. Mhlissa h. Yati s, . Gov. Bradley pardoned Was Shearert fully as AiidcrKonrillc, Ind. mliiUtmtor, truti-r- Ac., as tbM) who an ludltitlual l this klml ran rail ou me at my sioi nrarCntar tise its famous P. P. V. trains. Theso of Mudlson county, who was hareiutriiit-el'tiiiltrliigoiir IhaiiLsto M (,. W. M.NOI.irro.N. Cnvl. serving u Hobbs tlirir Ihi)ii. to us, we tni.t they will eontlmie cards are of the finest make and qualiIn ilo mi, ami weotlfr aa a Kuaranlc for prompt term In the penitentiary at Eddyvllle ty. By special arrangements with the to miiieour 20)rs' experience In for aslllteralaccomuiodattoiis asare oniiUtt'Ol manufacturers, a small charge of 15 with sound Ian Vine. William Moore, aged 10, a son of MHS. U. U.SIMIVON, Trot.. cents per deck or two decks for 2o cts. DIRKlTaKt. Absolutely Pure John Moore, of Richmond, died from .t.iM.,vjr Ml. Vernon; is made. Upon receipt of either of tho J.J. Williams. ll.Cuiiiniliis, rieaebcrsrllle; : W. from tho excesslvo use of cigarettes. rOlt SAI.K AT , ., above amounts in money or postage, J. II. Oasler, J. S Owsley, Sr., For several months past ho has consumh. II. Miaus, WlllUm tioocli, Newly (iirniMheil; clean beds; Hpleiulnl tho undersigned will forward as many J I". Cash, S. J. Hinbry, ed regularly six boxes a day. tablo. Kverythin' 1'orters YORK. POADtR CO., A. W. Carpetilrr; B.YAl J. i:. Lynn. decks lis desired to your address. Tuko 81) trrtlna uidut J. It'. Meuefisi. It will be noticed that the editors of advantage of this opportunity to lay in orricaas. A WOKIl TO S. II. Shanks. I'rraldeiit; your winter supply of fine cards at a Goneral Casslus M. Clay's county in J. II. Ow.ley, Cashlen Kentucky arc not poking any fun at W M. llrlKht Teller small cost. Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A.. OWNERS. the doughty old warrior. The general C. & O., Ry., Lexington, Ky. 15 to 33c I.nlles' Vest Is rather advanced in years, but can Registered Innuml If not? NATIONAL BANK Aro youdwellings ?nml not. why'(xhI ns yount 15 to 5Cc of tmrns Splendid Do You Love Music? If so, secure probably shoot just as well as former- Men's rmlcMhlrU individuals Both one of tho latest and prettiest Two- - ly, lie is certainly willing to try. LmmmmmmmmmmmmmmW OF STANKOIM. KY. Men's, Gloves 10, 15, 23 nml 50c lnat ln II 'a ninl Cincinnati Post. Men's WoolSox 10. 15 nml 20c Capital Steel: $100,000. Surplus, $15,730 zm&m Esthis Spring's far- - St0P3 of tho day bJ' mailing Ten cents Tho Centre y of Sleol Iloil Umbrullns row. I'rices reasonable, jNo charge for isuver or stamps; to cover mailing anu 50c Attention o( the public Is railed to the fact that crating. jxstage, to tho undersigned for a copy Virginia football game to have been Ono pound package Pure Soda this only National Hank in Stanford. lc tier is thepnitltlons ol the National Hank Un Kvery year. Involving Iho om of millions of Act J. K. k H. J. &B0BEBTS, Stanford. olT. the of the Big Four Two-SteWhy hIiouIiI )ou uxps-c- i (Mark en- played at Louisvillo Saturday, is to ocnpo Arbticklert' Coffee pr packag" 10t di'ismltora are seciiittl not only by the capital stuck, dollar. was forced to take liabllily for an amount from year to year f ) velope linihrilin stiM'khoblers' We are giving Manager Acheson 10c opjaltn the stock so tlist druslioraof this In.tllu. the action on account of tho thorough- Illack Grain Pepper this music, which is regular ruo i.uiu A. S. Hon aresccureti uy a miiu 01 so,tJ" Your Property May Burn We tiro going to give a slateiiieiits of Iho couillllouol the liauk are made sheet music, at this exceedingly low ly disabled condition of the Centre United Slates (toseriiiueut and its Within n ear, within it month, within SI each year to the Surgeon axwla are examined at sUUs! times by K'oveiutuenl rate, for the purpose of advertising, team. Six of the best men aro in bad hour. Why hliould you (Xk.u Uio agents, thus securing additional and Iwrlett ult DentiBt, 111. and testing the value of the different shape, two of them dangerously of yuan of lionest loll In lots by 4JTTHTTB to depositors. To all our customers. Particulars In n few ft single llro, which can iliMtruy It In au This Institution orlzlnally establlshetl as the ! papers as advertising mediums. E. O. A number of prominent ministers in ikisII llink of Statifoni In IMs, thru retirvanlscl a hour ? rHillcltlnir n aliaro of jiur patronage days. McCormick, Pass. Traffic Manager, the Eastern States would have parents the National Hank nfMaiilord In ISM anuaaalii Kejtpoct fully, as thu Klrsl National Hank of Stanford reurKaniteil OfficrtOYer McRoberts' Drug Store In thel.Owslcy "Big Four Route," Cincinnati, O. to do away with the mythical and myslu IM.', lias nail praeiirauy an uuiiiierruptm cam Building. JESSE D. WEAHE2T, enc- for .13 years. It la better supplied now wit:, Mention this paper when you write. terious Santa Claus by saying that It Is facilities for transacting business promptly and lib. Stanford, Ky erally than Ter before in Its lone and honorable General A Kent, wrong to teach children that such abe-inx- r career Accounts of IndlTlduals, fiduciaries, Bruis The Northern Pacific ruilway has Isexists. That is all right, but we JOB.. atd IndlTlduals solicited. JOIIS II. C'ASTLKMaK. . 0, I.AMII4M, sued a most entertaining folder entitled will DIMBCTOai. venture tho assertion that these "Tho Key to The Klondike," which ministers are old bachelors. F. Keltl, Lincoln Co.; J. W. llayden, Stanford Santa ri. II. lUuglnuaii, " S. T. Harris, " will be sent to any address when two Claus belongs to ' " T.1 Hill, J.S. Hocker, McKtiiney. V. A. Tribblr, the children and no " - . . K. U Tanner. cents for postage is forwarded to Chas. preacher, no Legislature nor any earth- Hustonville, Kentucky J.II.Collier.Crab Oreh'tlj M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon. S. Fee, general passenger and ticket ly power can deprive Manfonl. Otters his srrlces to the ieople of West Lincoln M, D.KIiuore, them of that propINSURANCE COMPANY agent, St. Paul, Minn. Thoso who take erty. He will come this year the samo and Casey counties. Full stock of ColSnsaud CaskurncKas. ets alwaysou baud. !. S.llocker, President; J.J. McltoWrta Cashier interest in Alaskan gold fields can find as usual. r'Tsiinllst, : 1) S. Carpenter. Manager. : 95 A. A McKlnney, AwlstantCashlrr. OK LIVERPOOL. Ottlce on Lancaster stieet at Residence. greater information no where than is The Boyle county fiscal court haB contained concisely and intelligently D. about determined that tho comity can in this folder, which is liberally illusnot purchase Its 80 miles of turnpikes trated and also contains a map of tho at the prices asked, and will now at& iiouri:, MANAUKIIS, The Host I.I no toand l'roni gold regions. riTANKOIU), KY tempt to lease them. At the meeting OISTKOIT Commerce Building-- Louisville. All klndiof There aro 44 principal governments. clu Monday the magistrates decided UpholsterisK repilrlnK doi a reisnuablo rates swcltliy .Slitsclloi K'lsrjnettl. Corn and liny, AH I'olnts In Michigan. of which (J aro absolute monarchies, 14 Agents Ttirouhout the oulh. x Order Office an J FwhI Kxchanee, near the Itatlroad are limited monarchies and 24 are reCroulug, llejiot Street, CHICAGO WALTON'S ope- - publics. We have not space to give "White City Special." . Coal Yard, Mill Street, lately J. 11. Mains'. RAHOUSH. their names. A more elaborate ac- Heat Terminal Kutlon. IakbI AfMit, fc2...l.ntl.... .....n. . count shows Gi fjovernmctits of various LOUIS. Stanford, - - - Kentucky, Aroldlni; the Tunnel iini)oriance, not counting mo bcorc or jj IDOr0 f States' lttrK und small, that FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. donot run Sunday., 9 anu to M, ,fc , i souin s o no lurtnersundara. man junction wiy, ucuuer Judge W. H. o thejr run Note-N- TIME COD, Madison circuit court. Mr. Benjamin Adams, 21, and Miss KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Ida May Ends, 18, were married at Mr. A. J. Daugbcrty's on tbo 30th. p Tralns'leare Stanford at V 10 a. in. and returning at 4: 25 p, in. and U.05 p. m. Miss Nettie Standiford, of Louisville, wants tho court to order her guardian KNOXVILLE DIVISION. pay tho $2,500 expense of her debut ..w 37 p m to No. 24 Train going North .. 3 13 a in party. " " Ko. 2 " ..12 01 p in " South Ko. 2.1 " Yesterday at Elder J. G. Livingston's .. 1 27 p in Ko. 2.1 Mr. J. C. Stanley and Miss Chlora Foralliroluts. Gooch, each 30 years old, wero married rnno'iou tickets sold. I1AGGAGB CllLCKED TliilOUGIl. by that gentleman. , For any Information enquire of A. T. Slier, tho common school suJOE S. IUCE, Agent, perintendent of Whitley, and Miss Stanford, Ky. Minnie Chandler wore married at tho bride's home in Campbellsvlllo. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Announcement of the approaching ws Junction City as follows: Train 4 02 p m nuptials of Miss Carrie Holt, of Frank- No. l.South .... 11 57 a in No. 2 orth 3 48 a m i . 11 21piu r, No. 3 " "4 " tt . " 0 " 30 p in , iori, uiiu ouuu acmuur ueorjju u. .wux- 11 "Sam Jin!, 'i oo 6 w ander. of Louisville, " 20pm "io " No. 9 has been made. . , -.. 1TOJ (o)IIIA r.'j licit .Ir;n(i Mitr. The not mIto In the world fur cuts,. hrnlcj married yesterday. , church Saturday nb 11 A. M. promptly, ulrcr. unit rheum, fever sores, trttr, ehnp. ROBERT FISH, ped hands, chilblain corns and all skin eruption. There aro HO dlvorco suits on the on important business. It iKHltlrely cures piles or no pay required. Us Tho crack linrlier. U now back nt his old Miss Lucy Jones, aged about 25, a puara.iicci lURire ported MiMucllnu ur limner re- stand In Mrs. K;itK.rt' docket for tho December term of the rvady to funded, W liucklin' llarlw r Shop. He N tho rtlloUi-sbarber lit Cruii Orclmnl. Ivy. t timl I. 1'u Bon-i- nn Depiirtmont, II. Nai.u MamiKur Iteul IMitto A co 11 U, Cor. fith mid Jeirvrnon. Louisville, Ky 1 KorsalebyW.il. llee cents handsome and very worthy young lady, McItolerls, Irugj;lst. purbo and Mr. John McClure, widower of Tho Discovery of the Day. left Wednesday night for Jcliico, t nf Aus J. ltaci'1. the lraillhif to bo married there. It is reported port, la . ars: "lr Klin's ew Diwiirerr lirrtn. h thit only thine tlml euros my coiiKti, snd lt Is the )Ht that thoy will make their home there seller I hare " J F t aiiinNll, merchant of Arl wrlles: "Dr. KIiir's New DWexvery Is in tho future. all that l claimed font; It netcr falls mulls n Misses Vessio Uockcdy and Minnie sure cure for Cmvitnitloii, Coughs nml Colils I can for lis merits ' Mr Klne's Dunn, of Kirksville, aro being enter- not ay enoughConsumption. I'oiiKhs nml t olds In Discmrry for not an tained by Dr. Will J. Edmiston. Mr. ter of n exeriiiient. It hss been trlcilfura quarcentury, ami stands at tliu lie.it!. Bruco Hansford, of Manchester, and It never tlbupjmliiK I'ree trial bottles at Y. 11. Melbitieris' Joe Mageo, of London, aro with friends here. Little Miss Lena B. Mayfiold, Bobbed the Qravo. of Jcliico, is with her auntie, Miss ReAstnrllliut Incident of which Mr. John OIIcr. tho sihject. Is narrated by becca Stuart. Rev. Morgan Is can- of I'hllailrlphla, I was hi a mml dreadful condition was him as follows: vassing for a sllvorwaro firm. Those My skin was almost yellow, eves sunken, tongue coated, pain eoiitlnually in bark and sides, no wishing anything of this kind would sr.ulti.tlly growing weiker ixy by day. Three ph) slclans liad Klvell uittup. do well to call and sco his beautiful a friend ndvlvil trying 'Kleetrlc Hitlers,' ultimately, ami to my specimens that ho may order for Christ- great Joy and surprise, the first IxUtle made a decided ItiiliroU'iii' ut I (onliuucd no for mas. three weeks, and am now n well man I kinw thor 30-od- htoru-MMt- m d, j;lvo you u slmvo uitd luilr cut. All needing work should call on him. Ho Is suro to pleuM) you. Crab Orclutnl. Ky. 85 llrst-elns- J. T. TINNING II. Iltitighinan A Jones, PLUMBING, & .'1 .Mill 31-- tf ilrcim-l.- SHELBY & SHELBY, rropriotors STANFORD, KY., In now prepared to do nil kinds of Plumbing nml Tinning. Solo proprietors of IH'iiu'h HI nek Diamond Itoot I'uint. Tulcphonu No. 20, rvsliloiico. yhop i i;ill t .. uppnlln J. Sat-fon- t, LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE Ni-i- r Junction City, Ky. Klrit.CUs luruouts, pniinjit attention, very rales, a iNirtloii of your patmuaKH is 18 npectfully solicited rci)iitilo T. L. SHELTON, 305 FOR llllio-Oruss. sale:. Acres Fine Land m m KOWLAMl. KV 1 Has Gone Back into tho Coal Business, And will keep constantly on luind tho Jollt-- . 1'nlls Ilmncli nml otner lx't 0al nnd ask tho patromiKu of tho nubile. Htnnford frlonds tslio wim i Coal can leiivc orilern wltli .1. II. mucins which will prompt atT. I.. SWKirON. tention well fenced, well wn .Mostly In torcd and Ims nil tho tieotMsnry Improvements. Wo will sell privately nml 011 easy UKN'THV IIUO.S. terms. fc'tatlfonl. Ky. tht-l- r H. 5 and f. i nhnpminr, ,ln,1.hu,,. nf o r VICINITY NEWS. avctl mv life and robbed the KniH'f auother victim ' No one should full to try them Only W cents er!illle at W II. Meltnlierts' Drug More -- FIRE IjlSUpDE Holt. Woman's Ills .Side-ache, Blue Grass Nurseries. Insurance Company, m FHENIX OF I-- lin t'nt-Hloe- uu Caledonian Insurance of Scotland. CURED Farmers Bank&TrastCo R. B. MAHONY, Agt., 3STOOTIOE3 rw POWDER BAKING EW girl-wif- ll 1 SakTkS house-breakin- g. PARAGIlS t.ii tmnk-liiRsn- d Mason Hotel as Lancaster, s Kentucky. Penny's Drug Store, llrHt-cln- i. 3Cw31i3 HO&S. Du-roc- A FEWPr?CES PHOPERTY s. FIRST Thou-Min- ds riwm College-Universit- Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning p. "Two-Step."- PRICE, 50-ce- nt fttauford, K. Nice Present J. T. SUTTON, Undertaker, nccu-mutati- 4 Tanner Bros., McKinney - W. B. PEirirsr, .... ROYAI4 Stanford, Ky. SON. H. PHILLIPS. I NOEL dealers Gun and ZogIl Brnitb., "BlG4T ST. BOSTON. Warner HUvpln;SCara. BERBBEi CaSTLEHM. , in cohl.i 1 TOLEDOAND Stanford; Kentucky. RClTOHMM Hitil4ttttti THE POPULAR : ;: :Mnfrfrfnj?frt44"ifr: it Ut s b'l?! tjnl? "$: IJCU 7 I Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Heavy Boots, : wrl?i" ItgtmlTO. f.1 ItifctN XwwTiptPi XtpWWTlTS K 1 XjTtffftf4rtift XTjtTv'4r'Jb; IIS" 3 MT'17117? a -- mMm tpwlTst .i.4 siiiiiiiiiimiiiiiMjjHfc W AJTTTTs s x44"iii (v f f: y. stwtl'"!.! murks: "Friends, a little help would bo appreciated very much can't you bring us bomo sveet potatoes or corn ? An editor once choked himself to death trying to eat grass." Still another editor Is willing to take hay or fodder on subscription. Tho Waldorf-Astori- a kitchen In New York is probably the biggest In the world. Its capacity is almost unlimited. During tho horse show nearly persons were served at each meal In the dining rooms. There aro 181 cooks. 4,-0- 00 Gents Furnishing Goods Kubbcr Coats, Mclntoshes, Trunks and Valises. Low. Terms Cash. Uull'st l'arlur Cars, Wartier Sleejilni INEWJYORK. Cars, J. B. HIGGINS, and Din (.'mturtmeuicars, Ins Cars. r.teuant uotcli l'rlsa DEALHU IN He suro your tickets rend via "I1IQ l'OUIl" Pries McCOIlMIUK, WAIlltKN J. LYNCH (auenger Traffic Mgr., Ass. Oen. I'ass. A Tkt. Agt CINCINNATI OHIO EO Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, ELECTRIC HEAD-LIGHT- S H. 3A hfm J. McROBERTS. -- Agricultural Implements, High-Grad- e 'iliftl4Mili ! f s 1 s sH sVI sk Ui. IV Ills locks were silver; Hers were gold; For she was young, While he waa old. "Bo mine!" ho cried, -- g?ff Drugs Wo tiro 5tf-i yV 7?v rgj ft H g U2I are but one of the many modern appliances for the safe, rapid and comfortable transit ol the traveler Fertilizers and Goal. Stanford, Kentucky. Goods Warranted as Represented. Ofllco on Main Street, opposite nitnoro's Store, KV V&fi R? xi MEW htWM Books And Bibles. receiving ovory tiling new ut prku to kuU. V'.tt'U to CIlU Ulld hl!U tis. You TVt s?ist T QUEEN alford. which the limited trains of the & CRESCENT ROUTE J. l. TorrnN. salmman. l 1 vjw 5T 1 s& STIt: ' fsti' ' j Fori' ru a mono TSjtf.tt mciaiiist." "1 can't," she hissed. )LWi I tftft,tftlf2.i'.AV ty W tttyl - rliAAirrn i,it P ihjrajro. x SUuVuie, ! Queen & Crescent Route. Handsome lithograph, colored birds-ey- e view of Chattanooga, Missionary Ridge, Wal- UUiltUil UVtU tM DwUll tA'SUJ tuu OUU1I1JIL of Lookout Mountain. Highest stvle .if lithographer's urt. On lino paper; plate 10 x 21. Mailed for 10 cents lu Toilet Vrticlcs ury cordliilly In- 1 - stumps. W. C. Rineai-bongun'i pass'r agt., Q. & C. Route, Cincinnati, O. , i Fast vestibuled trains to Lexington, Harriman, Chattanooga, Atlanta, Knnxville, Ashvillc, Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville, Meridian, Birmingham, New Or leans, daily from Cincinnati, arc provided with safety vestibules heated by steam, lighted with and have all modern improve ments. t,, o THE H.UE.QHA331HERO Thoroughbred Biiroctaj J?S SOUS, nnunoiT, TAyionn. ky. Write fur Inforniitlon to W. C Klnearsou, Ueiier.il I'uenger Agent, iuelnnatl, O. Send 10 cents for One Alt colored Lithograph, I Lookout Mountain and Clilckauiauga . . i . t .. iatv.i .. lUiididlotorplgSOfdlir..rent acta for wla Ilred Mr hreedera wrrn IM&MZMm wmwmmwmmam& R. H. BRONAUQH, Crab Orchard, Ur. - j jtg M...V.