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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897120701 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. iS??!??,SF'Ss?'rpr gmwf-- - ml :ilrR,l3wA'':,,' SEMI-WEEKLVOL..XXVI. Walter Forrester's Letter. f Kv., Doc. a The Jugglery in thd Second district collcctorshlp mutter continues to hold Hh placo as tho vllliuny premier In the McKlnley administration's ilenl. Ings with Kentucky. Tho only rival deal can possithat the Yanuoll-Frunk- s Y STANFORD. LANCASTER. INTERIOR JOURNAL, Kt.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1897. NO. 80 RELIGIOUS. Mr. John M. Farra wns here with St. Louis has onu church to 2,800 of friends Sunday. imputation, New York ono to 2,W, Mr. Klbort Blunil, age SO years, a Chicago one to 1,000 and Minneapolis highly respectable farmer, died at his ono to 1,0."4, homo about three miles from town SatHev. David Hartsflcld, pastor of the urday night. Christian church at Willsburg, was For everybody. We have just returned from the city with scores of fine Pictures The Hoosler Drill Co., for which Mr. found In n beastly state of Intoxication direct from the factory, nicely framed and beautiful subjects. We havo divided of A. II. Klco has rendered such valuable on the train atSpringtlcld. The preachbly havu Is In that now being talked (hem into three lots, No. 1, 2 and 3. For every J5 purchase we will give you choice by ivhlvh "A. V. A." Sapp In to retire sorvlco, presented Mrs. Itlce with a er says he was HI and took medicine out of I)t. No 1. For every 1W worth you buy we will give you choice of Lot No. from the eollectorshlp nt Louisville and handsome Stanhope Park wagon val- that made him unconscious. 2. For everj 20 worth choice out of Lot No. 3. We give you a nice rocker for evDr. K. T. Hinehait. tho noted singaccept tho chief dcputyshlp under ued at $200. The valuublo present ery J 15 purchase. We are opening a line of could not have been bestowed on a ing evangelist, who has labored so exTodd, who would Hucceeu wi uiu Improbahlo more excellent und appreciative Iudy. tensively throughout Kentucky and Thcro Is nothing H. 13. Northcott.t Co. shipped l.oOO the South and West, died of typhoid In this rumor, for tho gang that Is now operating on those "blank checks" of geese, 200 ducks and U00 chickens in lever at thu Homeopathic Hospital, MeKltilcy's, seems to think that Its ono car to New York Saturday. H. A. Chicago. Ho was In Stanford with Dr. Lots of tht m bought at half price and marked the same way. In Dry Good?, Nomain business Is to take care of every Stone has lost about 150 geese by a dis- Carradinc. tions, C othing, Shoos and Caps, we got them at our own price and have marked lots At tho cougregutlonal meeting ut A. ! A. und repudiated republican In ease culled limber neck, in which the of them at about 25 to 50 percent, of thfir real value. The pictures wo giveaway neck becomes paralyzed and death re- tho Presbyterian church Sunday, Ke. Kentucky. MISS SUSIE LASLKY. till Jan. 1, 1888. So come nlong nnd buy the cheapest goods you ever bought and get a chromo to boot. Tho trouble Is that McKlnley Is not sults quickly. It is said to be conta- S. M. Itaiiklu, of Jucksou, was called to the pastorate. On the Una ballot THE YOUNGEST AND PRETTIEST OF his own property. Ho Is owned politi- gious among other fowls. STATION' AGENTS. Miss Mary Miller Is the recipient of tho voto was close between him and cally and financially by Mark Hunna. The cut ubovo does not do full justice Tho president of the United Suites is a novel present, sent by Mr. Charles Hev. K. A. While, hut the call was findominated In all his domestic jwllcy by Friable from San Francisco. It Is tho ally made unanimous. Mr. Ilunkln is to tho beauty of tho lovely young lady of Cleveland. work of a Chinnmuu and is a putT box a married mail and if ho accepts will It is intended to portray, for she is as tho pretty ih she Is bright and deserving. is best Illustrated made in the shape of a human skull, como about Jan. 1. character Two years ago when she was 20, she Hev. J. II. Dew continues toelootrify by his conduct a few years ago In sign- with a green frog on top und a snuke Rowing his niimo to a bundle of blank winding through it In an artistic man- thn people ut the Buplist church with was given tho station agency at HU8TONVIULE. which ner. It Is a piece of 8iicrior work- tils' K)vorful sermons. There havo land, which had been held by her checks, notes nnd similar things brother and in which she had often asfor enough to manship and is highly prized. It would been 12 additions so far. It will be I have made my resolve to Sell Goods for Ills 'associates' tilled out herbankrupt him ten times over, llnnnn bo quite useful In the hands of a temthis morning whether tho moot- - sisted him She nt once applied lug will continue longer or not, but self assiduously to thu duties and hus got him out of tho bankruptcy just as perance lecturer. On Friday, Perry Naylor, a young over body hopes it will be. All the de- made a record for promptness and faith ho would get a big dinmoud pin out of tickman of ordinary inenUil ability, wua nominations are joining In the services fulness, which would be a credit to one n pawn shop, by buying tho pawn brought before Judge Saulley with a and getting the benefit of thu glorious ' of many more years than tahas passed I will sell on 30 days, or monthly, to peop'c who are not only reet. tlm l.nlin.f. sponsible but who WILL COME IN on the FIRST DAY of each .mtr.. lw.ii.1 Clin .rl. 1w mortgage on Mc- view to havo him adjudged an Idiot and trcctlug. Now Hanna has a we will wager the prettiest sta- month and pay up in full. This course has simply been FORCED Klnley and he realizes on It by making put as a charge on tho Suae. Sheriff This is tho way the Hev. A. L. Voor-hee- est and tion agent in the world. UPON ME in the following way: I have been selling on long time president of tho United Suites I tobluson summoned a jury of a pecuof the 2d Baptist church at Perthe r .. .1.... t,. iri....tninn and of course had to sell higher than those who sold for cash. And of keep him supplied with "blank checks" liar make-up- . It consisted of such men ryvillu, Kus announced a church sup- - mi. Scotch-Iris', of extraction, and 'and Hun-nucourse my friends and customrrs would go where they could buy for patronage and protection to as.!. Mort Kothwoll, Lewis Walker. . ..,., "Ihomonu will consist of nice. ., , Is John Marrs, Hrlght Swinebroad and buked, juicy, tender opossum and parcheapest So here's good will, the best goods and Rock Bottom Pripartner In tho syndicate that Now watch the fur fly. Bring your MONEY McKlnley admlnistui George Smith. Tho investigation boiled 'coon, fried partridge and hog people. She is a brunette, with nut ces to every body. oHjratlng tho Is ulto- with you and buy poods cheaper than you ever saw them. If you has Hunun done? Well proved that he was not wholly devoid oysters In abundance. Hcuson will ' brown hair and hazel eyes and Uon. And what a very lovely und uttractivo want a patr of Shoes, Boots, Hat, Overcoat, Dress, Cloak, Suit Qt here at homo ho has recognized tho of mind, though he is not bright. The kiss truth and electrify the soul, whllo nether ' a cura0 and Independence Q th Rlr1' k; d 0f Groceries, Carpet or Matting or any thing found A. 1. A. by tho appolutmont of Sapp, court exhibited a copper and a nlckle the physical man will swoon before the , rarely shown in one of her age. She I. I Va- Wlnic the Suite president of that Infamous and ho readily gave tho name and value delicacies of the season.' Como one, rides a wheel with ease and grace nrwl i in 1 fi Jt nlieo otuiv. vwuiw nuvi owv, iw Yti( rwa ltrtu rjv y yuu 111 iaoa cf Afa frrre nrH ce ma luiui l iv.aou uwai Ho has ap- of each, when the court asked him, if come all I" That ought to draw like u secret proHcrlptlvo order. no matter whether it rains, snows or in mtna mat my gooas are not trasny, auction sum, out clean, iresn ' pointed tho miserable Hunter to tho he was for gold or silver. He said he porous plaster. goods. Is To tho members of thu Sumford blows she always at her post, though only foreign mission that has been was In favor of gold. Tho jury, the her home U a mile distant from it. uwarded to Kentucky. Ho lias apjwlnt-c- d majority of which was for free silver, uiiriswuu umircn; There is nothing of tho now woman 1 uurowitn suomit my .'U annual re immediately pronounced him an idiot. Franks I about her except get up and got, for Hut Hanna has gothls tarltT bill In For a time it seemed that his views on port from Nov. .0. 1SIM to Nov. .10. shu Is as modest and as unassuming us the name of "Protection." It protects tho money question had sealed his fate, 1SD7. Tho two years past have been If DUU atA nut (inlit Ini It am iiin inl .iltik " t.rwu tho presidential syndicate, but It pro- but Judge Saulley, who never did such .llw.nl.v tl,f.l,l..uf. fln,,n..l..l lUllinill UUi " I lrt "u,u liibav IIIUUVIUI iahIi! L a dotlclt In the revenues and If It a thing before, sot the verdict aside, or history, but we hao been enabled toi duces hadn't been for tho crop failure abroad, declared it void, claiming that his get through und show some guln over Liberty. that put up priceo In this conntry, tho tlnuuciul views, alone, proved a high previous years. Wo have raised for ull Hvudientu tariff would have resulted In order of intelligence, and that the purioos.for 11 months $l,:iia.3l und Mr. J. II. Newell was wedded to Miss a panic worse than anything that was question of utioound mind could mora paid out l,:ti:i.:tl. Balance duo mo on Eliza Nnpler Wednesday, Dec. 1st, threatened In tho event of nryan's appropriately be raised against the ju- salury 84UO.GO. Wo have found that yAOlqv J. Q. Montgomery performing ry. most jwrsons prefer to pay their sub. tho ceremony. Tho groom comes from election. Circuit court adjourned Snturday. scrlptions for latter half of your after Humphrey, this county. The bride Tho Su Louis platform declared for civil service reform and tho extension There was less business to bo transact- Jan. 1st, which uccounts for balance uc- - nved on the Hustonvillo pike ono mile KY., of tho classified list; for the cause of ed than during any court in tho mem- cumulated on salary. This Is secured tlhovc here. collected tho Cuban patriots; for a "protcctlvo" ory of W. Ii. Mason, who is tho best by good subscriptions-wh- en circuit court Is In session this week, g clerk In thu Suite und who has been and upplled on JSU7 will make for that Os. Howman spent last week in Rus-yeand for sound money or turlll and Furcn Sl,7lU0. As compared with of tho sort. What have Hanna clerk of that court for 21 years. Klco county hunting. W. C. Adams, in nishing nnd his man McKlnley dono? They ft Glvens, a Louisville tobacco firm' mer years we una louu amount raised 6herlir of Casey, went to Frankfort tho Sl.4U.aS. rnl.iwl In IRMwnJ first of last week to settle with the auhave gone In to break down tho civil Hiiod the Citizens National Hunk for In l.Mtf to do the Cleveland act 700, which they hod deposited there 3 1,0.7; .03, (my first year), (when collect- ditor before the tax penalty becamo Bervlco reform; In regard to Cuba; to make a tariff bill In tho name of M. W. Johnson, tho ed) 1S07 will bo $1,780. During tho year due, Dec. 1st. Money has been raised by the buildto reimburse Hanna's fellow capitalists lato life Insurance agent, to be checked wo havo had 22 additions to the church. who bought up a bankrupt stock In Mc- out by him to (armors us an advance In my two years ministry CI. Wo havo ing committee of the new church to Klnley and worked It over Into a presi- on their tobacco crops. Tho bank had contributed to School of Evangelists finish tho house ready for the pows. .v. I what got you a cold reception at home. dent of the United States, just as they paid tho money out on checks drawn and Orphans' Home, given &i:U.lS to. The ladies of the church have uuder- - I ' r und presented by Johnson himelf and mlsslons, $20."i for protracted meetings, j taken to find tho wherewith to d would buy up a bankrupt railroad, If you want to havo "a hot ttmo" at your liou-,- 24 hours In tho day, uso on" an old debt of $200 und contrlb- - oaro them und oyster suppers, candy good coal. It burns clean and not too fast; throws out a stcudy, strong the stock and unload It on tho New tho court rendered judgment for deand when you licut and holds llro nil night. Tako a trial ton York Stock Kxchango. And lastly Mc- fendant. Johnson seems to have drawn utcd to all churituble objects presented pulllngs, Ac., are being resorted to with order a ton you will gut a ton, Klnley has dono absolutely nothing notes on several fanners, placed their to us. Wo havo a nourishing Sunday success. ft R T. Plerco's store was closed by the toward settling tho currency question. names on tho back himself and pre- school. Havo organized a promising WI If thl Is what republicanism means sented them at tho bank, claiming Y. I. S. C. E. Our church attendance 8herllT on tho 20th. It Is generally reIn National affairs, It cannot too soon bo that they had asked him to bring them has been uniformly good. Wo also gretted that Mr. PIcrco has met serikilled. If It means what It scorns to the money. This was all In proof, the havo u good Woman's Aid and C. W. ous financial embarrassment. Only a w Ilelng 0110 of tlio things wo aro very pirtlcular about. mean in Kentucky, and what tho Mc- farmers claiming that they never saw 13. M. Society. I think you are to bo few years ago he wus easily worth but an Indiscriminate crediting Klnley administration Is making It tho notes or tho checks. This scheme congratulated on your good work and It would bo well to relegate of Johnson to defraud thu tobacco tirm' hope tho future will show stilf greater system has been tho cause of his failmean, then Yours in Christ, ure. It is said he has never been rii It to tho rear. If republicanism means was regarded by them as grounds for improvement. g J. T.'SllAnitAItl), pastor. known to refuse credit to a customer or li what It meant in ISIKi and If there Is recovery from tho bank, thoy believing tho St. that the bank should havo been reask ono to pay an account. Tho worst any party that does hold to An effort is being made to orgunizo thing that can be said of him is that Louis platform.thero might bo aclmnco sponsible for the forgery in the indorse! for tho future; but for tho bad faith ments. But the cheeks being drawn the circuit clerks of the Stato for tho his heart Is too kind. Lllburn Phelps, of Russell county, has been manifested at Washing- by Johnson, in wlio.se name the funds purposo of bringing such pressure to that 011 the noxt general usscniby as will spend this week attending court In Shoes I havo tho heavy plow. Tho Klondike Store Is all tho go, ton and In Kentucky, no decent man woro deposited, was regarded by the bear pur pair, At bucnly-Uv- c So othors ttdvertUe. will cause that body to appropriate to hero. Mr. Phelps has recently been court as grounds to release thu bank cun have anything but contempt. For twice us much you cannot buy Hut when you cull they let jou know tho repub from any liability. The case will go to them tho sums the clerks collected olected to succeed Commonwealth's any where. Their equal Uanua Is rapidly putting Thnt goods aro 011 tho rise. from tho Stato under tho statuo giving Attornoy-elec- t will take a pair One twcnty-flv- u Now Adam never sheared a s.hiop Aaron, us county attorMean juirty where nunter has put fiio the court of appeals. Of men's real liumKomo tans, With wool more black than unit. thorn a feo of So in each felony caso ney of Russell. Ho wus for awhile conKentucky section of tho party. But I wish 1 hud a thousand more Frank Huston, a widower of 09, was that went off tho docket subsequent to nected with the newspaper published , Their prices all are very steep Than what I havo on hands. So don't go where thoy'r ui. Hanna and Hunter and their kind aro its enactment, and prior to tho decis- hero; but soon returned to Jamestown Como. sco my brocades at a dime, Oh my, the I)re-- Goods bought last weok lining their own pockets and will doubt- married at Fayuttevlllo, Tenn., to You ought to see them go, Katy Smith. Thoy'ro cheap at thirty cents. ion of tho court of appeals that that to devotu his time to law aud incidenless, when they can get no more plunNo other merchant In thu town All doublo width and up to time, Hddio Jones, tho jockey, law was unconstitutional. Is selling half so low. tally politics. Mr. Phelps possesses In Their sale Is just Immense. der on this sldo of tho Atlantic, go won o tho hand of a pretty San Francisco At a mooting of tho oxeeutlvo to Eighty cents from Twenty-liv- e ubundancc the attributes of a successI havo a lino of Ladles' Cloaks, native countries, Hanna bade to their Per yard, they're going fust, thoy go. girl by winning a ruco with Satsuma. At elghty-llv- c . of tho Kentucky Press Associaful man, montnlly, integrity, ambition Scotland and Hunter to Poland. to And Ifnloii Suits nt Thirty-liv- e, You smllo nnd sav these things aro jokes, J. F. Much longer cannot lust. Walter Forrester. Horner,Bowman, 75, of Ohio, und Mrs. tion it was decided that Mackinac and energy, and Is calculated to cut a Hut really they are so. a young widow of Mnysville, should bo tho objective point of tho an- considerablo figuro in his profession For Fifty cents n Quo plush cup My Jackets too at Seventy-fiv- e, May decorate your head. llavo run tho ladles shy, MIsb Ktla II. Wright bus taught wcro married tho noxt day aftor meet- nual excursion of the Press Associa- somo day. And Comforts for a quarter nioro Aud when thoy see tho stales I havo for the first time. Will keep you warm In bed. tion noxt year. It was also determinA young heathen of tho town has this school now for three years and has ing Thoy cannot help but buy. A Charleston, S. C, bruto Is wanted ed that tho executive committee should been wanting to suggest to the young Arbucklo's CoITeo now Ten cents, finished for this term Friday, lost week. Como carry off load, Sho has given during thlB time entire for pouring hot water on his wlfo be- attend in n body tho christening of tho ladies that thoy have a kissing party, I'vo plenty In my storo now ovcryono. Tho chlldron cause sho failed to got breakfast In buttle ship Kentucky, next January. says ho saw in tho West llko ono ho And nioro on tho road. satisfaction to Carrollton has mado a very advan- once. This is tho way ho says thoy aro I. D. Spalding wns tho lucky man agnln Saturday nnd cnrrlod off another gift Mantle well us do ull tho people who tirao for him to catch tho train. llko her again next Saturday. goes to tho a woman at xonKors, a. v., gave tageous contract for aro lights. It gets run: "It Is very simple. You pay 25o Clock. Another onourwuow all most liberal purchasertho lucky numbers will My ticket bolong In this district and want hor to bo found statement of Prlre tho birth to two triplets, tho two boys bo them for tho power furnlshdd at tho and have the privilege of kissing any on this Grand noxt weok. Kcop out and on It. your eyo como back again next year. space Irf lng joined Siamese twins llko and tho water works by tho city. Tho compa- girl at tho party once; then another WM. LANDO.RAK, girl separato. All aro still living. Krelger, Dec. 6. ny Is also limited in its chnrgo for in- quarter entitles you to another kiss ' u uuci over ono lair candescent lights for stores, dwellings, from tho same girl or a different one. i. McKinney, Amont? the ircntlomon appointed by maiden took place d6wn In Arkansas. oto., and at the end of 15 years tho Aftor any girl has earned 92.50 sho Is Bradloy as commissioners to look Nono of tho participants Gov. in tho festiv- plant is to become tho property of tho placed on tho retired list and given a after and havo charge of tho arrange- ities will eurvlvo to marry thegfrl. bowl of oyster soup." I suppose the town. ments connected with she chrlstonlng is inserted Tho pension department has ruled Lawyer Sparks, was sent to jail $2.50 clauBobeaux, who for the benefit provided they of tho war ship, Kentucky, are Judge that nono but dopendont widows shall with a work sentence ut Vuncoburg for of jealous two T. Z. Morrow, Col. Thomas P. Hill, bo granted pensions, und thoso ublo to keeping a disorderly house. Ho posi- have the kissesfifty, can syndicate tho and keep off rivalB. whole 10 W. A. Klnnalrd, O. H. Waddlo and J. cam their own living need not apply. tively declines to work, even after his The promoter of the scheme does not D. Black. Mr. Whcelon C. VanPelt, bon of food has been cut off and says ho in- 6tato whether the kisses paid for are ( to be taken at the party or received of tho United States Cupt. S. D. VunPelt, und MUs Emma tends to hang the judge's hldo on a later. But it does not matter. Ho is Tho smokers a rank visionary If ho thinks he can consumod over four billions of cigars Rains, daughter of William Ruins, fence as soon us ho is released. FrunU Murk, of St. Louis, Is the only get up such an affair in Kentucky. Ho flvo billions, seven hundred woro married Wednesday ovonlng. and over pensioner In Mts&ourl who is awurded may or may not havo seen ono in Kanmillions of cigarettes during tho tlacal DanVillo Advocuto. gets a sas, but Tho California Wino Makers' cor- 9100 a month, yet he was in tho urmy smashed I'll bet hohead if broom slick year ended Juno 30, 1897. over his ho merely Tho first Bnow of tho season foil over poration has .'10,000,000 gallons of wine only 10 duys aud did not fight a battle. I mentions the subject to tho pew pur- for sale. Ho lost both arms in cannon practice. chasing committee In this town. Kausas. ijiiiujk-torshlp. Frankfort, BOSTOHHS D6C. 7 Christmas Goods, TANNER BROS., HcHinney. Mc-Klnlo- BUSINESS CHANGE IN ! de-eld- ! Spot (? s, 's ......... ' h i,., ..,. ful-pc- r: ' JAMES FRYE, HUSTONVILLE. Vf l,. t I "'K"K "J The : GLOBE DANVILLE, The cheapest I J Mitnc-thln- 1 ar foi-'s- . Store the State. best Clothing and Gents' Ml u-i- I ( : The Coal That You Didn't Order o ii wa-u- pro-pai- I "Full Weight Every Time" St 1 n i $23,-00- 0, 1 J. H. BAUCHMAN GO. "a i2SSstssi-gf;SSl- iM Hummeistein "in it" Hgain. s well-know- n coin-mlttc- 11 11 mrco-coruorc- Jacob hummelstein, Ky. METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, SIDING, A.C.SINEJvox STANFORAKT. CEILING, Farm and Yard Fence. sg? yf FINISH. I j5L X V-j- - - - ' Ajla .Jdffi. - rk-- I ",- - . . ' ' T It. "WT THE INTERIOR JOURNAL W. P. WALTON. Stanford. Ky., - Dec 7. l87 I R' lift 4 1 V ii M h V.' a? ' IP Annihor infant, making the third In lovely young lady, which, whllo scarce- who ly does her justice, gives an idcaof how a week, was burned to death In Da- A LOT of third rate politicians, vioss county. baV6 uo idea of statesmanship not con- 8he looks. Tho Kansas exhibit at tho Omaha in Louisville tho nected with pic, met Thk Kentucklan is tho name chosen Exposition is to be a car load of canother day and changed the slate. Hun- tor their pajwr by Editors C. W. Kel- ter and Deboo, with a few lesser lights, logg and Xathan Scwoll, Jr., which cellea mortgages, ( Tennessee Medical College at were presont. It seems that Leslie pension agent was launched at London Friday. It Is Knoxvillc was destroyed by fire, caus-- a Combs is t. loso out for ti vi column folio and the llr&t Issue is n u j0d3 0f jo,000. V. Lewis, while Hon. It. D4 creditable both In get up and In print-- ( Fire destroyed tho McMillan opera Hill, of Williamsburg, who thought ho iug. There arc not very many dcrac- ,ouso and other property at LaCro&so, had a cinch on the district attorneyGood grey Jeans only qc per yard. Good canton fl tnncl only 5c ' cr.it io papers in the 11th aud it is, wis. Loss :00.000. ship, is to make way for John Henry hoped per yard. 1'I.iid worsted dress goods only 5c a yard. Good wool that this one will convert many Tom Reynold), u Chattanooga sport, Wilson or George Denny. Further it Hroadcloth 56 from tho error of their way. flannel 15c per yard. All wool serge 25c per yard attempted to kill himself because ho was agreed that Barnett should get the cards. inche wide 50c. Outing cloth only $c yard. Ladies' undeiskirts 25 survcyorshlp of tho port at Louisvillo Giuut sympathy will be felt for Hon. lost heavily at by two sides of 100 each In a rat hunt ana Todd is to tako Prof. Procter's P. Wat Hardin in tho loss of his excelAll wool undcrtkirls woith j&i selling at 65c Ladies' cents aci at Delaware. O., 00,000 of tho pestiferplftcc on tho civil service commission. lent wife, who died suddenly at capes 1 each. Men's top shirts 23c each. 3 dozen hooks and eyes Tho change from Hill to Wilson or Vu., where sho was on a ous rodents were slain. for oc. 7 papers pins lor loc. Good Comforts at 49c. ic-- 4 blanThree persons wero killed and severDenuy for district attorney has raised visit, Saturday night. The remains collision of al seriously injured in a kets, phite and gray, for 49c pair. Hair piis 3c box. t. the ire of Judge Morrow, who, while were brought to Frankfort for electric cars in Detroit. opixfccd him in his numerous Hfli has Mrs. Hardin was Miss Caroline Harrison county, which has freed its ruiiufi, recognizes him as a good, lawyer Salico, of Wayne, and sister of J. W. plkos, has put them up for the lowest and a Christian gentleman. In an Salleo, of Harrodsburg. bids to keep them in repair. he expresses himself in no un$2.53; Sheep sold Deboc-HuntPaditcah comes to tho front with Thomas Winfield. of Southhampton. satisfactory prices. to $S0; at certain way about the shooting his little yearling jacks $00 gang und adds that if the president be- the most novel libel suit of the day. Vu., is wanted for jack $175; mare mule colts $50; heifers 0 son when ho asked him tor a dime. comes a party to Hunter's personal Tho Register has sued the Sun for $17.50: steers 3lc: hordes 25 to $133; Louts Zelglcr, of Milwaukco, Wis., damages because It alleged that tho quiirrols, by his appointments, thcro In field $1.35. The farm had been of de- Register had told out to tho sewerage shot his wifo to death and then de- corn will not bo a sufficient number previously rented. Men's Klne and lllack Heaver Men's Heavy Ulsters only $2.98 contractors. It is the first iustanccon stroyed himself by taking carbollo acid. cent republicans left in Kentucky-i- n Simeon Wlehl shipped from hero condemned with nice velvet collar, only $.).gS. Men's Heavy Mcintosh John 3. Morgan, a thfc next two years to furnish election record in which ono paper sues anothfiscaned from iall at Ripley, W. Wednesday 10 cars of export cattle. OS es at olllCbrs. Tho iudge is right, for while er tor libel. a49. Hlack lur Muff worth .i.25, we sell now at 39c to close Va. Ho was to have been hanged Dec. of which were bought from James Ben- thcai, ho' is playing in with these eleventh-boa- r Men's Jeans Pants, lined throughout, 50c pair. Ladies' fleece nett and 58 from Mrs. Mary J. Clay. 1(T. POLITICS converts, he Is playing out with They aro mining gold out at, Cripple These cattle averaged 1,500 Hiunds and Ribbed Vests at 14c. Men's thftso who have borne tho heat and bur- Internal revenue receipts tor tho fis wheelbarrows. wcro engaged 00 days ago at 4 Jo. For deh of tho day, and stood by tho repub cal year ended June 30, wcro Hti,tS10,- - Creek with plows and $1,000 to 81,."00 a oxort to England Gen. Black bought The ore varies from lfcim party in this State when it could r)(j:l) a decrcus0 0( $211,02:: from L. T. Qulsenberry two steers, the nof Stand alone. It Is base tngratuuuo B. Debb, representative- ton. Populist John Two broiled cats were devoured with combined weight of which was 4,470 war -elect and bad politics to Ignore the old in Barren county, was acmembers of lbs. He paid 4 jo. tor them. Rlchmoud horses, but wo are not here to raise a quitted of the charge of false swearing. seeming relish by several club of Louis- Register. VVortk 50c. Men's Half Arctics 74c. Men's Rubbers at 50c. Misses rati about It. The republican loss will The federal grand jury at Birming- tho West End Atlantic Trotting horses have made no Silvcr- Qrlldren's Rubbers at 14c. Remember wc give Clocks bti democratic gain and here's hoping ham, roasted United States commis- ville. during tho season just closed, and At Horatio, Ark., W. Milweo shot Kilkenny cat fight between the fac- sioners tor considering trivial moontho ware free with every $25 purchase. and killed two Smith brokers, who but not so with tho pacers. Only ono tions may result as that memorable shine cases. old record dating back as far oh 1MM abused htm for presenting bills to cofttfest did, In tho wiping out of both The Senau will have tho appoint- them. remains. That Is the gelding mark, of Them. ments of over 700 presidential postmas engineer which still belongs to Robert J. Bessie Albert Johnson, tho oldest , tors on Its hands for confirmation dur- In tho U. S., died at Ashoville, Bonohill and Lottie Lorraine aro tied yiTOR Bosley, of the Paris ing tho present month. says he has always apposed aged 88. Ho began running an engine as the best pair of pacing mares. Tho Tho democratic postmaster at Mo- In 183. world's wonder, Star Pointer, has racmaking special appeals to tho Negro A UIUJAXSKY A CO , I'mirBurrrnw ed a mile as fast as Gentry wont one to organize bile, Ala., whoso commission will not for his vote or any attempt Tho mercury is away below zero in T. D. KANKY, Manaobii. it, bticaitBC be says that then colored expire for a year, refuses to vacate tor Kansas and the Northwest and 12 inch- against tho watch, while Patchcn has radtt. who are at heart republicans will the republican appointee. es of snow covers tho ground at Sioux beaten all previous records. Piriv fcrlisU, Mt. Sterling, Hnrdstown, Lav rcticeburg, ''ynthiann, Vernnilkn, W. W. Ayers, of Louisville, has been City, Iowa. During tho past few days Moses voto their sentiments, and those who Georgetown, Ellrnbetlitown, Frankfort, and Mauckort, Ind. aro'l'uclincd to drift can do so. This Is ' appointed superintendent of ttio prison Frank Epperson, a circus employe, Kahn has shipped 25) cars of fine Christchair factory at Frankfout by the hoard shot himself to death at Elwood, Ind., mas beeves from this cityt to England. a'gootl theory, but had It been cart-leby tho republican party it oi einKing iunu commissioners, Into practice because his employer abused him tor Tho cattle, which were prepared for tho market by Bourbon farmers, would never have been able to elect a I B. K. Bruce, the Negro getting drunk. constable In the State of Kentucky, or j from Mississippi, will be register of Thomas Raines, of Cairo, 111., In at- weighed about 1,500 and cost $1.23 to of .ni nthor Southern State. Mr. Bosley .the treasury instead andW. A. Gaines, tempting to shoot out a tooth which $1.75. Jonas Wolhl has shipped to brother." owes tho Kentucky "man insists that the republican party was aching, was so badly wounded that England IS cars of Christmas beeves selected from C. Alexander's herd. where ho Congress met yesterday and the pres- he will likely die. thd Negro nothing, but that's mnKOs a mistake. Without his vote ident's message was read. We will Company This is Weihl's third shipment from Tho English Sewing Cotton docs tho Paris editor think that Brad- either reproduce It iu full In next issue was organized in London in opposition this herd, thcro being 503 In tho entire Bourbon News. ley" would now be governor, Deboo Sen-a- t or give a synopsis of it if worth the to the Coates thread concern, with a consignment. space. of our farmers who have been Those or that Hunter would have ever capital of i;i,000,000. Hon. James Garnett, Sr., of Adair been heard of? Tho mpiuncr Georiro W. Morlev, of feeding mules for the Southern market ' county, is announced as a candldato tor Cleveland, was burned to tho water's are feeling blue now. They aro not Good Goods nt the Lowest Possible Cash L Vices. Xo W Daniel, Virginia s tDO democratic nomination for judge of Hon. John edge on tho beach at Kvanston, III. bringing in Atlanta what they cost peerless oratoi , was nomlnuted by the tiie (.0urt of appeals in tho third appel hero six months ago and the prospect Goods sold on time but one She was valued at $35,000. Legislative caucus to succeed nirasell iIlte district. Thorn, convicted of the mur- of a better feeling Is not Haltering. Martin S. Senate, a compliment aa Attorney General McKenna Is to or William Guldensuppc, was sen- Mr. C. K. Crow, an old Lincoln county Is satisfactory. Gov. ' jettVe the cabinet for a place on tho su- - der merited as It tenced to be electrocuted In tho week man, but now with the Brady .Millet O'Fm-rell- , who at one time thought ho jn.emo bench and It is said that Gov. stables, the biggest in tho South, told beginning January 10, next. ho actually felt wan in line tor tho succession, wasn't Griggs, of New Jersey, will be made a farmer living near an I. J. roK)rtor that nere wuo woni Henry Heldorn, borry Tor nls menus evfiD considered, or so little as not to attorney general. Evansvlllc, Ind., fell from the top of wild on mules several months ago. in the count. Thegover-- j Mrs. McKinloy, mother of the presi- and broke his neck, but "They aro bounu to lose money." said nor'auso of his olllco to punish demo- - dcnt is still at the point of death from his corn bin he, "and I fear they will loe heavily. strange to say he is still alive. Kentucky people aro mighty good feelorals who didn't hold the same views a bt,.0ke of paralysis, but the president 'The ComIllinois Central Railroad ers and when a boom comes in any line us iris iluea has made him a very dead wont to Washington to ho present at pany proposes to extend Its system Into overdo themselves." cock la the pit. the opening of Congress, after which Warrior and Walker counties, Ala., to they're likely to ho returned to her bedside. develop 17,000 acres of coal lands. crowd centered PROPAGATION FROM SLIPS. THK Huntcr-Debo- e A dispatch from Richmond says that Miss Kate Neal, of Sedalla, Mo., who of Hon. thoTr efforts against the return 1, W. O. Owsley will give place as Is described as both beautiful and ac- Varloua Coilltlni AVhUh the Profolo. Wttii Goebel to the Senate and It Is Jan. ul Contlileni Knfntktl t to i. V. Wilson, complished and an heiress to $2d,0OO, t, general said that three high officials at Frank-tolIn plant propagation the horns garof Mercer, whoac commission had not eloped with a mulatto a few days ago. wlio do homage to that, gang, sent tf dener often losiw Biifht ot various been revoked when the department wlflcii tho profUhslonnl oorudderHoa-ErntiaTho sheriff of Henry county has lev$u'uch to Kenton to beat the man went under civil service rules. By thu aid of tho uccontp-myiuwho thwurtud most of their plans at at Now Castls ied on the court-hodsTho latest in republican State poli- and advertised it for sale to satisfy a sketch of a b'Konia, a wrhor iA Aari-cu- n Fnln'Rfdrt Just Spring. It will be only Gardening pointed ou nomo of human for Mr Goebel to retaliate and tics is that a deal Is on between Con- bill of cosUJ incurred by thecountjvlna tlmso. First, fho flip should not bo too tho high officials are already quaking gressman D. G. Colson and law suit in tho court of appeals. hard or too soft at its baMt. If it bo too Wilson, whereby tho in their boots. There will bo a hot Frank Sherman was killed and his hard, it will root with difficulty mid tiimin tho old town this winter, or all latter is to support Mr. Colson for Con- - son, Stephen, was seriously wounded tcrow slowly; if too Moft, tho slip is gross next year and rcceivo in return from ambush near Sweetwater, Tenn. sigoi. go tor naught. to decay or to make 11 woafely plant. tho Congressman's indorsement tor dis- - Pete and John Sherman, nephews of In tho caw of the tionia ehoot illusMk. M. H. Smith, president of the trlct attorney. trated, a point just below tho third tho first named, are under arrest. L.-So say we all with the Louisville N., thinks that the time is fast Indian Head cotton mills, about joint, counting up, wa.s found to Tho appYttaohing when the people will de- - Times: Tho vindication of a prcsiden- - to begin operations In Cordova, Ala., a condition intermediate between tho pitdd government ownership of rail- - tial appointment has been conferred has already sold Its output tor five extremes named. In preparing tho cutting for tho Find MY roais and confiscation of all such prop-- upon two of the three republican lead- - years for Chinese consumption, and Fomo pruning in desirable, for now tltero orty. Tho trend of events iu Kentucky ers indicted for conspiring to bribe will at onco double tho slzo of Its plant. aro no roots tonuHtnin oxtra leaf Hurface. with refercuco to turnpikes seems to legislators, and the Hon. John Henry To removo tho lower leaf entirely and leatl ro that conclusion. If this spirit Wilson tho best of three should not TRADE, cut away tho points of the longer FARM AND Give John of lawlessness is permitted to continue, bo discriminated against. leaves is all that is mjuinxt, it wont bo long till railroads and other Henry something, let it be something It is said that Robert J. will not leaving tho blip as shown at b. Clean Baud is tho bent subRtonco In property are attacked. Tho wind Is be- good, juicy and fillin'. again be seen on tho track. which to root cuttings. Tho omtting ing Sown now, the harvest will be the Walter Evans was to have introduced Mr. Hamlin, owner of Tho Abbott, Moo carries a Nic Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, whtrlwind. in Congress yesterday a resolution de- has refused $8,000 for him. has refused 815,000 signed to strengthen public credit by Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. John E. Madden Emmett Logan, of the Louisville making all government obligations pay- for his good horse, Plaudltt. Thnes, whoeo observation and experi- able in gold unless otherwise stipulatHbom OppoMic Court-Hou- vc bouue. Stanford. Kv . A combination Is said to have been ence has been as long as his corporosi-t- y ed and an amendment to tho civil ser- 'formed at Minneapolis that will force fs elongated, says with the air of vice act opening to tho plo brigade a wheat up to $l.f0. one, who is certain of thu truth of what vast number of offices that aro at pre Tho pole team, Alice Lcyburn and hc:ililrm9,that "when woman is wanting GeorgioM. were bought by a Vienna, sent under civil servico rules. In Ifcwuty. at one extremity.sho Is most Congressman Bailey, of Texas, who Austria, party for $0,'200. liVely to jKisress it at tho other." Ho does Monte Fox bought of J. B. Adams 75 ,.n,.hB!ifn thn Information as to how' was at Lexington ami oougnt several export cattle at 4, to go tho 13th. They fi,,e hrse3 th,nks Congress will tako he'mado the discovery, but If it is rue, whatever on tho currency will weigh about 1,350. Advocate. i. ft,,.nn.w,.nnft.h,it.imtim, find- A black sow came to my farm, 14 tho com,Inr session and says ovory woman a compensation tor Chairs, Picture, Enslcn, by rROFAJATK)X TIIOM CSTTUfM. tn0 republicans will not dare substi days ago. Tho owner can get her deft'ctd. paying costs. Joseph Wlllman, Jumbo. Rhonld not bo set more than about halt tute gold bonu. for greenbacks and bought In tho East The Latham, a hotel built a tow treasury notes now In circulation., Mr. Joseph CoiToyfat steers and hclfcra at an inch deep-- Tho sand should be someof what compacted ngainst it The cutting yort-- s ago at Hopkinsville, at u cost of Bailey said President McKinley was End a bunch 3c tor the latter box or pot should occupy a waraii light proved too rich tor the not a man of sufficiently positive con- 3Jc for tho former and SlOlfOOO, has And all kinds of Toys. Whitney has hud tho pliico, shading the slips, H the suMbina bloAI of the traveling public and has victions to make emphatic recommen- water should bo apon the currency question. Ho thoroughbreds ho bought at Lexington bo strong. EuouRh oloWd indefinitely. It had to bo rutint 'datlona Hitchcock farm near plied to keep U10 shoots from flagging, foliage cidy prices and the patronage has not is opposed to the annexation of Hawaii shinned to tho bpriukling where'they will bo train-- j and froqueut As soon asof the half an roots is desirable. amounted to its expenses tor a loug and of Cuba, but wants tho belliger- Aiken, 3. C, Branch Store Hustonville, 11. K. Cumnitz, Manager. ency of the Cubans recognized. cd. Inch iu lcngtkhave been formed il is tinrff jaUt. tkat to po 1 -' -no SIX PAQES. "" The unseemly wranglo that has been going on with reference to who shall chrihtcn the "Kentucky," discreditable to all except Miss Christlno Uradloy, who has acted tho modest little lady in the matterf even going so far as to decline the ho'nor, if Miss Richardson had greater claims, has been bottled by Secretary of the Navy Long, appointing Miss Bradley, the beautiful daugh-- ' ter of Gov. Bradley. On our third page will be found a picture of tho News Briefly Told Woodford county sold. 8J0.000 worth 4 per cent bonds at par. Capt. John Leech, a prominent cltl zen of Barren county, Is dead. John Bott, proprietor of tho Lexington Street Brewery, died of typhoid fever. was hanged at tho A Connecticut State prison at Wethers-lleld- . of wife-murder- er Boolio Bros, bought of W. 11. Tray-lo- r some heifers parties u lot of butcher stuff at H to Kelloy Taylor sold Now York parties cattle avoraglug 1,300 pounds at 4 to 4Jc, thu entire lot bringing him the small form no of $13.2ti0. Glasgow News. Tho Harrodsburg Democrat reports sales of 500 hogs at 2.1K. J. K. Sumrall sold his crop or wheat at U2Jc. Ho has just threshed it and it shows 30 bushels to tho acre. O. P. Huffman bought of B. K. Wouren some fat hogs at 2Jc and of It. L. White and Charley Lovell a lot of butcher stuff at 3c. T. W. Minton writes us that his sale hogs at Lebanon, Nov. of Poland-Cnln- a 1J, averaged $13.27 for tho entire 58. Tho highest Ten averaged $21.40. price was $10, paid for a sow. Farmers Homo Journal. J. C. Lynn bought of George Jones, of Pulaski, 20 calves at $17 and of other parties a lot of 900 to cattle at 3 to 3c. Ho and Wm. More-lanalso bought about 500 turkeys In Pulaski for J. K. Christian & Co. at 3 to Go. A. C. Dunn, who attended Dr. B. Ramsey's sale near Paint Lick Friday, tells us that a good crowd was iu attendance and most everything brought 240 iwo-yvur-o- hl at 2c und of various BARSAINSEEKERS.ATTENTION Owing to the sad death of our Mr. Urbansky, we will be called on to make a settlement with his administrator Jan. 1st. Several thousand dollars worth ol brand new Clothing, Dry Goods, Hoots and Shoes, Carpets aud Oil Cloths, Ladies1 and Gents Furnishing Goods will be .slaughtered to meet this demand. Seldom if ever has such an all around money saving chance Ik en offered. Look at our bargains below and judge for yourself. These prices arc such as arc called "unheard of" and found to be truly to when you 2c. -- to-Jo- f 1.000-poun- d d Char-lottovlll- e, 1 intor-raon- er $',-00- Children's Knee Pants Suits at 72c. mur-clnrii- r. Overrt ( Gloves And Mitts, 30c, r new-record- s Re-porfc- N.-C- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Kmi-tenc- e, d ( or MARK HARDIN, Cash Dealer In Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, &c. In-the- J Low Cash Price To ALL. f Expert Glass Cutters. L store-keep- er inrc. o; cowdl-tion- l. o Window Lights Furnished In All Sizes at the Lowest Prices. GRA1G a HOOKER. liu-Ll- o j;? anDGKCAKIOG J. C. MQLARY. 1 F Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Direotor. im her'1100 I in!i"lt" , """BBtaLjPBESENTS. W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. at " .. Tables, Rugs, Desks, Book Cases; Wagons yo-H- ur $ Una - i.ici r it t - A . ,c a ja SaJ i..,..1l fu" mjmp M if ' JB yi iiiywgypjjf i -i 7 - f imwyMii HiWipipy )iywifi"iiwfc ni iiiiJiiiiiyiwii'yMwwpi' 1!!r,, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL W. P. WALTON. . An old fellow who uiimu iU the way from Fllmorc, N. J., to marry a woman in an interior Ohio town missed tho only connection at Cincinnati that would tako him to licr In time, bo ho at down and cried ad If hi heart would ...' break. Ah ho U 04 and hit brldo 01, It would Deem tliat a day or two would innko uodifforenco with thoin, but he Baisi ho know the woman would uettnud and not havo him, and woinun woruut gotten every duy by a man with islil and two tficut- ilron. 20 'fix. tfraniJ children. q .jU5, Kamin'mim-TKms' TV'.j ft exmhm. WVJX. yJBi.f.aHrS, While Rov. Lewis Walker, a rural divine, was attending eonfercneo at a N'ojrro wemnn rushed up to him and embraced him with jrroat ar ho is to christen the r.cw warship. Kentucky. Gov. Bradley's bcauitful daughter, dor. Heforo tho astounded prcauhur coul.l recover hU eurprlso he was jrono and ho was his pocket-booBRIDAL PAHTY FRAME. rroi. unrnott claims for Chicago the EFFECT OF COLORS. Geo. John II. Coollemau has purchaa-warmest October since 1870. According 1 7"fl An Orlatnat IA for the Preaer-ratloIt Slionlil Me Studied Well Ilefore n mire of land In Mercer for to him this city haa enjoyed ideal Mouse la Deeornteil. of InlrreatltiK I'luturr. from tho Shakers for the purpose wvUher, while the west hat been afocvouipanying tills d The There are colors that arc refreshing u bit; stock farm. Thu of OfttablUliintr uliowa mi original idea for fected with droughts and tho Atlantic ond broadening, others that absorb placu will be known us tho Clifton erlptlon prcening the liulhidual photograph seaboard has been awe-p- t by Monns, light and gire a boxedup appearance to Stock Farm and only blooded animals of a bridal group. The ccntrl ovals Tito rainfall locally, says tho Chicago a room, others that make a room with a will bo bred. may frntne the facet of the bride and Chronicle, has been a record-breakbleak northern exposure, or with no exher maid of honor, while the six brides- in its small amount. The professor says posure at all, appear bright and cheerLOW Katks TO Chicago. Tho Moful; some that make a room appear maids fill the other space. Another tion Houui announces holiday fares to arrangement may conlt of the bride tluH, although only .18 of an Urch of warm, some that mako ft cold. cune from thfc iky, tle fanners point North. Tho Motion Route, whono and groom a central figures, the maid The thermometer items to fall nix line, double dally train nervlce is the of honor in tho upper ctMitniUmallotnl In liw clnity ImwI no rewKn to com- degrees when you walk livto a blun moit popular botwenn LouUvllle and and the best man. below; the four cor- plain. Other low marks for rainfall room. Yellow is an advancing color; s during the Chicago. Is out with Christmas and ner being occupied by tho two month of Ootober in the therefore, a room fitted up in yellow nnd two tifthcra. If a smaller past, as registered in the wuutherofllce, will appear smaller thnn it Is. Thoy will sell Now Year otTorlnjjs. more expedient arc: October, 1S91, JO inch; October, On the other hand, blue of a certain tickets to Chicago and return from wedding party ha been greater number IPSS.'.Sl inch. The mouth of thcgoldeu shade Introduced generously Into a than the one with the. 21, and Ulst Louisville on December ' room will give nn idea of pace. IJed of participants. 1S&3. The and Jauuury 1st, limited to January 1th mokes no difference in regard to shte. Is very simply made, on a leaf liolda the rain record for The frame at S 10.70. aUo to all points reached by piece of water color paper of any size Instruments Uin nionUi registered 7.3G Green mnkes very little. their own and connecting lines in preferred, the ovnl being first careful-- Jnehra of rain. Tlie temperature for the If a bright, sunny room gets its light d Illinois and Ohio on hamo dates ly drawn In position and the decora-- ' mouth just ended has been lx degrees from a space obtruded upon by d houses, or or latter above- normal. The lowest mark tlons then put In place. Thl rej;iilai one way d at one and else lookf out upon a rtretch of green reached was 38 degrees above zero. fares for the round trip. Tlmo folders grass. It should be decorated In n color of trains and fuller Information cheerIf we arw to stt back in our ews and cry different from the shade chosen If fully furnished on addresnlun K II. liu- gaze up at a lot of singers and not be the light comes from only an unbroken con, district puenj:er ni;ent, Louisi able, for the life that is in us, to dls-- 1 expanse of sky. In a room whatever ville. Ky. K. H. Hucon, D. l A. Ited brings out tinguish five words of their hymns, hint of green lurks In the composition TEN Ci:nts -- A very handt,ome, his nuthems, etc., then let choirs come of the other colors cmplojed. down, remarks tire Atlanta Constitutorical llthotfruphlc colored bird's eye Green needs sunlight to develop the view of Chnttanoouu, Missionary IUdre tion. If our prevailing thought a lis- yellow In It and make it seem cheerful. If olive or red brown be i6vd In conthe city of Chattanoojjn and iK)rtlons of teners is, who is the handsomest fejunction with mohognny furniture, the Chickamauj;a Held as seeu from male singer, or the ugliest male one the if she went up to C ami ho down to effect Is ery different from what it (thu Humtnlt of Lookout Mountain, has iihed. Bhw would J5 If tho heart hus not been impressed would be If blue were been Issued recently by the general develop the tawny orange lurking in by the Bcntlment of the notig, which the mahogany. pasetii;or department of The Queen & they have kopt all to themselves, then Crescent Kouto. It Is In tho hlhtsl If a celling Is to be mode higher, leave hit thorn stop off awhile and take les- it light, that it may appear 1o recede. art on ejre; shell style of llthoi;-aphesons In enunciation from an elocutionDeepening the color useO on the cellpaper. The color plate Is 10 x '2 Inches ing wnuld make it lower an effect ist. with extra wide margins of paper on desirable if the room is small and the all sides. The lithograph is a borne-- . Fads, at least fads of an improving ceiling ery high. Various tone of what uxeiisivu one, and In view of klud, are at true ting more attention as yellow are substitutes for sunlight. that fact, charge of 10 cents Is tr.ndc a branch of hygiene. A prominent phy- Upholsterer. per cony. Address with stamps, W. C. sician Miyn: "If you cannot find pleasSENSIBLE REVIVAt- Rlnearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O ure In the man wonders that surround rireaslnsr Table Set you; if you care not for geology, natFit ami: ron ijiiidal I'auty. Are In Vogue Now. Do You Play Cahd.h 't Tho Chcta-lcakural history or astronomy, collect walking-It Is feared that the day of silver Ohio Ky. has just Issued a ahould be chiefly of gilt, on the white sticks, buy and cherish old and toilet articles is going out. ami that of handsomo playlnj; canl to adver- ground, a touch of color being glcn My cracked china, fill up albums and very s, the old silk and satin ones coming tise its famous F. F. V. trains. These a dainty pink, blue- or green, forming or even gather autographs and back. Some of the finest shop windows the main decoration on the top of each cards are of the llncst make and qualicentral ones), nrul out- postage stamp anything sooner than show pincushions, scrap boxes and ty. By scclal arrangements with the oal (except the as also arc the broken bo Idle." According to modern med- boxe. nil made of pasteboard, covered lined with gilt, manufacturers, a small charge of Ifi lines of the mosaic pattern. ical opinion, doing nothing is about the with silk and chiffon In the old though cents per deck or two decks for 25 cts. useless wny. These take the place of The Napoleonic w reaths are of course most corrosive. is made. Ujion receipt of either of the green, but the ribbons should match the sllvr pin trny, the silver cup and While Peter Carson, of Kulama, the silver box, which has been a featre above amounts in money or postage, the color Mscd In the other decorations. the undersigned will forward as many The heading about the central open- Wash., waa eating his dinner a yellow of the dressing table for the last two jacket got into his mouth, and was I'rtlra docks as desired to your address. lake, ings is also gilt. The pincushion that is coming In is A pretty variation of this deslgnuiay swallowed, or at any rate went down of thln'opportunlty to lay In advantage square and stuffed very hard. It Is of n vine of lcaefi, his oeaophagus, and, according to the covered with henvy satin, over which your winter Hupply of fine cards at a consist pink roMbuds, or any llower western chronicler, stung him in the embroidered chiffon of pale jellow or btnall cost. Geo. W. Harney, D. P. A.. inclosing the rim of th oval, stomach. It took a physician's services lilac Is tightly drawn. It Is trimmed C. & O., Ky., Lexington, Ky. which latter btlll remains gilt, the to give the bee its quietus. Carson de- with a ruffle of the chiffon, caught with flowers being added to the design as scribed his sensations as those a man Do You Lovb Music? If to, secure it now appears. one of tho latest and prettiest When the palntlng-I- finished the por- might feel who was blown up by dynaof tho day, by mailing Ten cents traits should be glued into position, mite just oa a house fell troon him. (silver or stamps) to cover mailing and ond tho hole framed in passepartout, held by a linen "I would be thonkf ul if you would postage, to the undersigned for a copy the glass (Mark en- tape, which, when bound about the send mo the address of mjvao dealer in of tho lllg Four Two-Stemay counterfeit money," wrote a man in We are giving edge, lasts longer than paper and velope be cither left white or glided to match Ash Groe, Mo., to Postmaster Vau tblu music, which Is regular the rest of the design. Cott, of New York, recently. "I inclose sheet music, at ihU exceedingly low On the back, which should be of thin purpose of advertising, brlstol board, fasten with loops o the ten cents In slnmps, and If you know of rate, for the any such addresses pleoce send them." and testing the value of tho different linen tape, two lltUe bron. rings to Tlsst man was looking for trouble and mempapers as advertising mediums. C. O. hang the frame by, and ask all the McCormlck, Pass. Tralllc Manager, bers of tho group to place their auto- dldnt knawlU graphs in this space, and In thia wny ' "Big Four Route," Cincinnati, O. A girl from Chicago having won the may be obtnlued a pretty, durable and Mention this paper when you write. exceedingly inexpensive houventr of a Mendelssohn prize at the Berlin High happy occasion. If a more elaborate School of Music, newspapers in Ger Queen & Crescent Route. Handt-otrframe be desired the same general de- many are urging the exclusion of Amerview of sign mny be reproduced In embroidery, ican Btudents from furoro competilithograph, colored birds-ey- e Chattanooga, Missionary Ridge, using gold thread Instead of gliding, tions. The Teutonic editors nro natura Ridge and portions of tho ond working upon white satin a bit of ally desirous 'that some of the prizes Olga shall remain within the dorointms of Hold as seen from tho summit the bride's igown If possible. stylo Stanlev. In Louisville Courier-JournaHighest NEW THINGS FOK DRESSINO TABI.T2. of Lookout Mountain. the kaiser. On lino paper; of llthographor'H art. small satin bows at the corners. At one To Whiten the Teeth. A now terror haa been added to of the cushion is a bunch of the plato 10 x 24. Mailed for 10 cents In A homely set of teeth will po!I the which was quire unnecessary. corner stamps. W: C. Rincarson, gon'l pass'r prettiest mouth ever fashioned after A Qlaegow doctor say the best way to flowers to match the colors of the chiffon lilacs, primroses or Cupid's bow string. On the other hand, ugt., Q. k C. Route, Cincinnati, O. trtart it is to take a full rcsplraiJosvbe-fo- r a commonplace face becomes positiveof ths I)y. each downward lurch of the ship. hair receiver is now The ly attractive when the lips open andls-clos- e of hhrove. It is of pasteboard, over The man with that demoralizing mal- a scrap-boAux. J. Morel, the leaillnK clean, two rows of New libmaT l tUe King1. ady feela bed enough without counting which chiffon is stretched and bordered l ivories. They need not be like dentiongh, mJ t . the Uly thlnt; tli.t "lr tuw kVe " J. K. CampU'll. liiorcUtnl ol advertisements, says an exchange, his breath ill the way across the Atlan- with a ruffle of the some. This is hung New llt)rory li frice Ar", wrltM! "Dr. up with a satin ribbon. falli. and the "pearls" of the tic. tli.t U clalmod for it; It ncjerami C amiI U People who like a change in the apfan heroine are in this practical age but nure cure Tor Conitimiitlon, Ootilm Mug Ne Mr, not iy enough for (la roerlt. Spoiling reforms adopted in America pointments of a room have three sets of But there must be ami lul.ls U lightly esteemed. Ulicowy for Couiuu,itlun. Cousin notan exrlmeut. It has been trle.1 for n ..uar. about the well groomed mouth a whole- gradually creep into England, as they these which they put on succeeding ter of a century, aua lo.d.rtrial Iwttles at ' V. H.' some, cleanly look. Precipitated chalk save labor. A London-papehasdropped weeks, so that the roomnilways has a !tnTcr.llaiolnti. Free MclloberU' will keep the teeth in fine condition. the u in wordalfke color andardor. The fresh new air. Havo a box of it nlways on your toilet storm of protests from conservative For the flabr'a Bsmilolr. Sobb4 the Grtvs. stand, and see what it will do toward readers has nearly blown over. The newest convenience for the Incident of which Mr. John Oilier, freshening up a dingy mouthful of A turning baby's boudoir is a tho inject, l narrated h) of rblUJelpnla. spoon of yellow wood. The hlia a tollowa: I waa In a most dreadful condition. teeth. Chicago experts, after a few years' exMy akin almost yellow, eyes imnVcu, tont;uo perience with vitrified brick pavement, bowl is a painting of a scene from the ,.!?. continually In lck .and Mm. no ap. Keep the Saucepan Covered. growing weiker dj by day. The contents of a saucepan Bhould say it is equal to granite and much bet- laud of fairies or nursery ditties. The Klvec incur. Fortunately, frlenS aSV Ued trying 'Klectrlc Milters and to my never cook, unless tho recipe expressly ter than asphalt or cedar block paving. classic cow performing her little aerial a feat. Simple Simon, Little Hoy Blue, to the contrary, without a cover ImnroTcmcnt. I ddl weeVs. and am now a '1,l,,1ucJ1,l,T,na'wVv stntea them. Not only is the steaming It la cheaper, too. Little Nan Ettycoat and other familiar over tlirco Rraro of '""ther W usually beneficial to the article in quesMTed my Uk and robbed Winchester pays $34U.(itii a month, personages ornament thebowl, whose fall l try tini." No one should II. McKobertVthem Ouv Drug More, tion, but when that stenm is allowed to or $4,159.05 a year to tho Klectrlc Light curling edges make a frame for the W. cants per tttlo at gay little figures. All fill the kitchen it harms the walla and Company for lighting tho city. This of the spoon are placed along the handle brass hooks, and Jiucklin't Arnica Salve. Moreover, It Imparts that furniture. ovor $11 per night. when it is fastened to the wall by a cuts,, bruises smell of cooking, not to the one room, is a llttlo In tho world for m larger and more solid hook placed at aorTra?iaH rb.um. ferer wrw,k tstlw. c tho whole house, " 'ruptlons.s but more or less to chilblains, corns and all hauds. Henry Clay Burton shot and killed the back it makes an ornamental and and Is what Is It UpoalllYely cures pea or nonar which is so disagreeable Perfect aatlsfactlon or moBsr graphically, If somewhat unkind- John Smith over a gamo of cards in very useful little rack for the per bo, lot tale by W.U. often rtlca 33 cenU clothes. Wayne county. ly called, "the boarding aouModor." Mcfloberts, Mrujajiat. 1 I rand-chlldre- Kim uMti:mt mij ( er 2&k 3 Appropriately Named. He was in n reminiscent mood. "I recoil one oocasien," he said, "when, I wore a bright red sweater into a field where a large, Irritable bull waa confined. 1 was not looking for Information, bufl acquired Borne." "Such as what?" "Well, among other things, I made up my mind before I flnnlly got over tho fence that that particular fcaturo of my atUre was appropriately named." Chicago Post. Made Ulra Tired. Mrs. Yerger Charles, 1 want you to go with me to a millinery store. I am going to pick out a new hat. Col. Yrajr Is There amy pkwa ia that storo to sH down? "1 beliave so; why do you nsk?" "Because I can't stand on my feet six or seven hours on n stretch while you are picking out that hot,' retorted-ColYerger, angrily. Tammony Times. . BRIG NT'S DISEASE is tho most dangerous of all human ailments because its approach is Its symptoms arc common to other diseases, viz., Severe Headache, Backache, Dizziness, Sleeplessness, Blurred Vision, Dyspepsia, etc. Once let it get a firm hold on the system and it is difficult to dislodge. It is caused by inability of the kidneys to filter the Urea from the blood. Yet it can bo unob-scrvabl-c. n -- i" At-laut- For orer a year I haye been troubled with kidney disease, aomethinir like IUIffht'n Disease, so tho doctors Informed mc. They tailed to cure me or In fact to do me any Rood wbatecr, and I made up my mind I waa paat cure. About two monthn aero, parsing a drag store in Cincinnati, I saw a man Klvlni? away sample boxes of Dr. llobbs Sparairus Kidney Pills. One was handed to me and I commenced to take them. I found they helped me Immediately. After taking three boxes I feel that I am now well. I am and I must say that I feel better past sixty-fivthan 1 have for the past twenty years. They are a truly wonderful medicine. Wakken P. Smith, 135 Front St. BclleTne, Ky. CURED MISS OFlKISTirCISL BRAD11IS.T, k. o -- Po)u PAMILIAIt WITH TUB CONDITIONS. OoM Cnah. Money's aaM to burn a hole When In the pockets of the rash; But M Um frigid Klondike rouiee. It Is a casa or hard, cold cash. PARAGUS Kidney Pills. TOR HALR AT X,-O- W n Penny's Drug Store, STASrOKD, KY. (k-alg- Blue - Grass Nurseries. PALL, 1897. A wtr bridc-inuld- Full stocks of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines, Small Fruits, Asparagus and every thing for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. We have no agents but sell dlrrct to the planter, saving enormous commissions. Catalogue on application to II. F. HILLENMEYEK. 63 Lexlnrton, Ky. 'J-'-) I FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. a, 1 russet-coloro- CaplUl Stock $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 one-thir- - yellow-painte- ( Lady (engaging eervnnt) I ought to Attention of the public Is called to the fact that only National Uank In Stanford. this tell you that we are all strict teetotalers der Is theprovisions ot the National Uank UnAct the here. I Mrppose you won't mind that? depositors are secured not only by tho capital stock, an amount liability but by Mary Jane Oh, uo. rnuml I've been equal tnthe stockholders' depositors lor this Instituof the stock so that In n reformed drunkard's family be- tion are secured by a fund of f JCO.OOO. Fire sworn fore. Punch. A Way Men Have. Wlione'er a j?lrl ho loves Is wed. Asrd he an Invltntlotr nets. He doeim't ro, but sends, Instead, Ilia rrast sincere, heartfelt regrets. Town Topics. r'- 11 Rmlnentlr I'rarclleal. "That man says there uro cartloads of gold at the Klondike." "Is bv practical miner?" D1KECTORS. "I gittes he must be. He says he's not F. Itcld, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Hayden, Stanford S. II. Uaughman, " S. T. Harris, going to give up his position as watoh-ma- n J.S.Hocker, " " ' T.F. Hill, " to go up and dig for it." Wash- K. L. Tanner, McKluney. W. A. Tribble, J. II. Colller.Crab Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. ington Star. M, D.Elmore, (Stanford. orricxRs. KrUflitened Half to Death. T. S. Bockex, President; J. J. McRobcrts Cashier "You sec, my dear," said Mr. At A. McKlnneyr AMlstantCasbler. to his wife, triumphantly, at ' m. the other morning, "the three a. moment I begin to sing to baby she is Young-husband -- statements o( the condition ot the Uank aromade each year to tho United States Government and its assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing additional and perfect salet; to depositors. This Institution originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1858, then reorganized as the National Uank ofStantord In 18G5 andagaln reorganized as the First National Uank of Stanford In 1682, has had practically an uninterrupted existence for 35 years. It Is better supplied now will tacilities for transacting business promptly and liberally than bver before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, firms SLd individuals solicited. ed e quite qwiet." "Yes," said his wife; "she Is easily f rightened, poor little thing." Tit-Bit- s. Farmers Bank&Trast Co OF STANFORD, KY. Vr scrap-book- - Saiirrinncy In French. Papa Ro Cm My stands at the hend of her ck6s In French? Maxima Yes. She and another girl were exactly even in the written examinations, but it wns decided that Emily shrugged her shoulders more correctly. --Collier's Weekly. Tho Fail up Capital, Surplus, $200,000 00 17,603 80 -- "What ner?" that big basket of things, over there in the Is Somenlr Crnae. queer-lookin- g cor- Uy provisions of Its charter, depositors are a fully protected as are depositors in National Banks, its shareholders blng held Individually liable to theextentof the amountof their stock therein at the par value thereof, In addition to the amount In. vested in such shares. It may act as executor, ad mlnlstrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. Tendering our thanks to those who have entrusted their business to us, we trust they will continue to do so, and we otter as a guarantee for prompt at. tcntlon to same our 20 years' experience in bank-lu- g and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. DtkKCTORS. f ml 11 ;m forget-me-not- s, de-hir- '"Those nre doorknobs my wife has collected from the flats wo've lived in." Chicago Eecord. A J. J. Two-Sto- ps - belng-kecurel- y Two-Step.- ") 50-cc- nt Daisy Which Is your favorite a blond or brunette? Charlie (a little uncertain) It's a funny thing, you know, but it doesn't make th slightest difference to me in the dark. Town Topics. Ilia Ilesuion. First Counterfeiter 1 wish people in general were like congress. Second Counterfeiter Why? First Counterfeiter A bad bill would be easier to pass than a good one. Trifle Uncertain. Williams, Mt. Vernon; W. ll. Cummins, Preachersvllle; J. S Owsley, Sr J. D. Owsley, William Gooch, S. II. ShauL, - S. J. Embry, J. F. Cash, A. W. Carpenter; . J. E. Lynn, J. N. Menefee. orricxRs. M (3 S. II. Shanks. President; J. U. Owsley, Cashier; W.M. Drlght Teller "BIG ,BOUTE. .The Beat Line toand From 4: i ,' TOLEDO AND DETROIT All Poluts In Michigan. Puck. Unkind. didn't accept Algy Mrs. Earlywed the first time he proposed. Friend I know you didn't. 1 CHICAGO. "Whlto City Special." Best Terminal Station. ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel Mrs. Earlywed Friend Traveler. How do you know? You weren't there. Boston BOSTON. Wagner SlcepIngJCars. Wal-don- 's Chlok-juuaug- l. nnrled It. Jollydog Capt. KIdd must have been a mighty poor financier. Pollywog I don't see how you make that out. Jollydog Well, he sunk about every thing he had. Town Topics. NEW YORK. BuHet Parlor iCars, AVasnrr Sleeping Cars, Prlva Compartment Cars, Llegant Coachas and Din ing Cars. De sure your tlckeU read via "BIO FOUIl " WAltREN J. LYNCH E. O. McCOItMICK, Passenger Traffic Mgr Ass. Gen. Pass. A Tkt. Agt CINCINNATI OHIO. f ss, forget-me-not- s. ed tr lrul well-kept x. Sal-"r- Askim 1 wonder why they put green lights in front of the police stations? Tellum Don't you know that green is the national emblem of our police Patriotic ELECTRIC HEAD-LIGHT- S J, force? Judge. Not "1 11 .1 r understand you have a silent part- appliances.fprJie safe, rapid and ner In your business." r "Your informant evidently didn't tell conifoitie;ltastt of the traveler which (heHfxnited trains of the you that my partner was a woman." Chicago Pos seem to be awful short. Second Farmer Yes. It seems jest like a dispensation of Providence. the RIsht Terns. are but one of the many modern QUEEN ington, & CRESCENT ROUTE Lex- big-bowle- d, long-handl- ed imtlte-iiradual- ly Harriman, Chattanooga, Atlanta, Knoxville, Ashville, Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville, Puck. Meridian, Birmingham, New Orrrovlnv HI" Dciotlon. leans, daily from Cincinnati, are She 1 never saw any indication that provided with safety vestibules, you were willing to die to please me. fie You didn't? Haven't you seen heated by steam, lighted with gas, me tackle your biscuits? Yonkcrs and have all modern improveStatesman. , ments. ing lecture?" "Oh, it's nothing to speak "What is the subject of your forthcomLike Moat Lecturer. Wrlle for information to W. C Rlnearsoo, Geueral Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, O. otV'Loais-vill- a Sead 10 ceats for fine Art colored Lithograph Lookout Mouataia and Calckaouat After Prayer Meet I as. First Farmer Them foreign crops afford. Fast vestibuled trains to I ha,.-po- d chll-Area- 's 9 CorirJorBal. iwV1 WiWili 0ii SfT I'" ." I', ,lH'i.p. WAR REMINISCENCES. LEE'S LIFE SPARED. Wisconsin Soldier Whoae Thonsfht of Homo Iniplved Merer Gen. Robert E. Lee, tbe confederate commander, owed many years of life leniency of Thomas W. Durton, a farmer of Racine county. Burtpn enlisted In nn Ohio regiment nt the. beginning of the war. Ho was nn expert woodsman and n crack shot, and had lived in Virginia. severaCyears In tha. fifties. Ills experience In. woodcraft and knowledge of the country adjacent to tic James river and around commended him for the Richmond duties of a scout, and early In 1802 he received orders to report for special duty. He served as ecout until wounded at Chancellonsvillo in May, 1803. lie was discharged, and a few years later came to Wisconsin and engaged in farming. lie attended" the Q. A. R encampment at Buffalo, ami related tho, story of Gen. Lee's escape from death to the group of veterans' in the smokiDg car. "Yes," he said. "I could have killed Lee; aB easily as a boy would knock a trapped woodchuck in the head. Iiut I didn't. It was early in the war the day that Lee took command of the confederate army of Virginia and the death at that time of theithlest loader of, the rebel forces might have had a powerful effect on the fate of the, confederacy. Lee. sat on a horse not over 20 feet from where I lay concealed behind a log. For five minutes my rifle corered his heart and my fingers rested or the trigger. I might have shot him dead and could have escaped without trouble, but I didn't. Lee was a great matt, and I hare been thankful always thai I did not shoot." "Did Lee ever know of Iris escape?" asked the man with the Sixth "Wisconsin artillery badge pinned on his lapel. "Yes. After the war I wrote to him about it. He sent me this letter," and Mr. Hurton produced a sheet of paper yellowed by age, the writing faded and Lately legible. It bore the signature: "It E. Lee," and was as follows "Richmond. Va., Feb. 1, 1SC0. "T. XV. Burton. Racine. "Dear Sir: Your favor of 20th ultimo to at&end. I think I remember wbteh you refer. I had on the day previews taken command of the troops (C. S.tA.) about Richmond, and !n company with Gen. G. XV. Smith, whom I succeeded, made a personal examination of; the field. I do not doubt your statement, and while (several words here illegible) God, I thank you. Cordially, R, E. Lee." "After the battle of Seven Tines." Mf Burton began his story, "our troops too5cnp n position on both sides of the Chjcknhominy. our loft reaching into Chlcknhomlny swamp. I was attached to. Gen. 'Si' Casey's division of Keyes corps as a scout, and had spent several to-th- e well-to-d- Beginning Early. Teacher Now, children, can any of you define the word sarcasm? No? Well, it means saying one thing and meaning tho reverse of it. Can anybody give me nn example of that Little Willie Yeth. I kin. Teacher Well. Willie, you give mi an example of sarcasm, showing you mean Just the opposite of what you lay. LlMlc Willie .V. Y. World. Dod bless " A PLUCKY fVoi SERGEANT. o a Commission y llnawervlMK Attention to Doty. Traveling in Arkansas not long ago i ran across one of the coolest, brurewt, oiliest veterans. Orlando W. IZuston. :ompany C, Eleventh lown. first knew him nt Cnmp McClcllun. lown, as 3rill sergeant and color bearer of hh regiment. Ills war service wus full of 1 teacher. Aolon to the Word. Marriageable Daughter I think, pa, tlmt you do Arthur Injustice when you say that he Is penurious. Precocious Urother Whots pcnurl- ooa. pa? Pa Miy, Bobble, penurious is close. Precocious Brother Then you're right, pa. Mr. Penrose is awful penoorl- ous whenever ue comes to see sis. Boston Courier. Anmrenr Art. We hnve to tell lots of About theso kodak picture which Our friends and neighbor take. Chicago Kccord. STAYS AT IIOMU XOX) plucky deeds. At Shiloh ho bad been ill und off duty forseveruldnya. When on Sunday morning the long roll sounded. East-onppcarcd currying the flag and eupportcd by two of the color guard. Being too weak to wnlk without aid. Copt. Joe Neai ordered him out of the ranks. As he was oil duty on morning report Easton went directly to the surg.'on and Nild: "Mnrk mo for dnty." Surgeon Watson replied: "You fool, you're sick." Easton pulled n pistol, and. looklpg the n ought to make usouake lies- -It Proposal. Patterson, of Coyville. Kan., furnishes the Medical Journal with a unique letter written by n young man of his acquaintance to 11 affinity. It may be considered us a thoroughly marriage proposal: "My Dear Mis E.: I hereby nunounce myself n& n candidate for your hand and I shall use all fair ami honorable means to secure the uomlnutlon. I know there are many candidates In the field, and 1 hesitnted long before entering the race, but now 1 am In It to stay. My lews on loc aud matrimony hate often been exiu an pressed In your hearing emphatic way. If you decide to confer upon me the honor I speak of please fix a dute for a caucus have no obwith your mother. to her acting as temporary jection chairman, provided ll Is clearly under stood that I am to be chairman of the permanent organization. Should tho result of the caucus proe utifactory we can soon hold tho primaries und se lect a date aud place of convention. An Uprto-Dftt- e Dr. H. L. NEAT FOLDING - BASKET. te tuny feaasMr thie directions nnd gnln much la ajo doing. JfT pasteboard octagon- - ttaped Cut bottoatf About four inches in diameter; Hon to Pat Together m Dalntr Pleeo of Fa nc j- Work. No doubt some ono will exclaim: "Why, Taat'a old; niy grandmother made them just like that!" Ahl did NASHVILLE, TENN. she? Was It not of fine leather, lined with aUfc, BMitly bound with ribbon, OM'ICIAI,I,V KKl'KKSKNT3 stitches, showing hours ami United Confederate Veterans, hours at painstaking labor, skill and ueatne ef execution? You who have United Daughters of tho Confederacy, the tLutt and patience for mich work The Sons, and o..'.cr CrsttnlzAttnni. may ecfrr your grandmother's basket, but far those who, even in leisure Si.npi hours, want to gelthe best results with tl.00jir. Tho Samptfi, Four lo-Ctleast tAm and labor, as weH na expenne, S. A. CUNNINGHAM. SiFEBERATE Veteran. rw' iMnrrT" v I" Cl"' ' '' r 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE 1 15SE3EI tloiMilrletlf mnfldentfiU. HandbookBon I'atrnti lltiruip. rnt I rr. Olilwl uronrr nr ecnn Co. rclTt rntrnti tAken throusb Munn A nwlil netlt. without chre. In th 1 'W never believed in lung campaigns, so If you decide to honor me will usk you to make the comentfan date as early as possible. Devotedly yours, etc." The following telegram answered: "Caucus unnecessary, nomination unanimous; come at once aud fix the date of ratifi1 iketrh nnd description tuny AnToni pn(lln QQlrklr Hiwrtnln our opinion free wbclnrr nn fnTentlnn H prohnblr PMentubln. Copyrights Ac. Trade Marks DCIIQNS """''" hnaomelT llluitrt1 wreklr. caUtlon of any pcleniino loornal, rear: rnnr monuu, vi. now of hi A Scientific Hmerkan. Bntnrh OITlco. Y VU cation." mine inspector ported as having found a coal mine in that state with one passage three miles long, which it Is almost sure death to explore. Upon the walls there Is a gathering at molsturu that looks like whito frost, and the dead air la the passage is poisonous. In a few minutes a feeling of drowsiness steals over n man who breathes It. and1 before long he Is asleep and dreaming dcliciously, so those say who hnve been resuscitated. But unless help comes there Is no awakening from this sleep, and If tho venturesome explorer realizes his danger and stagger out in tkne, or Is rescued by friends, every bone and muscle aches with Intolerable polgnnncy. The treatment Is slir.plo but effective. Doing nearly dead, he Is ncasJy buried. A hole Is dug In tiro sofMiirth. and the victim Is made to stund up in it. while the dirt Is thrown around him uptil only his head Is seen above ground. This draws out tho soreness, nnd In n short time the patlout ha recovered. A PmaTTY FOLD1NO IIASKKT. hi Montana la re- f CnaBiBroT.NBwYnrk Washington. II. aa O Trmt. mwre.. lTniSr J M. N ,v a l Tnirr -- -, nuWHJB MARK MT2 FOH DUTT S.-Ei- I'erupdidn't s'hpect ting The Ilusband (late from the club) jou would be sit- Mil "W 1 for me. dear. Tho Wife (cheerfully) haven't been sitting up for you. dear. I've Just come in myself. Collier's Weekly. No Cilce on Them. Though candor may not be it sign Of thickness of the skull; With people, as with tools, th blunt Aro very often dull. Chicago Journal. the-dn- Lies Alivnyn Vntw. Mrs. Gobang Why do you lie to me now? Gobang" Didn't 1 lie to you when I was courting you? Mrs. Gobang1 I suppose so; but what of It? Gobang What Is fair Id love Is fair In war, you know. Uuptva to Oct Rren. "Isn't It hard work clerking In n de- dors' In working through Chidknhomlny swamp. , One,,afternoon Hj was June 2 or 3. I thnk I was in th .swamp between our lines and the relv. A little creek ran through the swamp and into the Chicknhominy. I had, sat down on n log behind a sumac otTsome other small bush, when I heard potliething moving through the bushes on the other side of the 6tream. I dropped down behind the log and the Wg portment store?" "It's a dog's life. It before long." 1 hope to get-ou-t of "I'm'golng to start one of my own." Chicago Tribune. Writing for n Ltrtr. "I understand you have joined the literary brotherhood?" "Yes," replied Lovelace. "I nm now writing for a living." And he dashed off another bogging letter to hiu father. Tit-Bit- s. "Whafllyoudothen?" OolnR Hiu Very Het. I believe Mrs. Peachblow will marry Jack Dashlclgh If sufficient pressure is brought to bear. Mazie Well. 1 saw them together on the piazza last night, and Jack was certainly doing his best. Town Topics. How It Could i:- - Cued. Rev. Longface Remember, Riy young friend, there uri- .ome things in life better than money. Young Fast pace Yes, I know that; but It takes money to buy 'em, Brooklyn Life. Daisy - ft DOWN BnHIND T1IE LOO my rifle over, cocking it, and as I 4U so two men in gray rodo Into pltjUi view. At a glance I knew one to beTtee, and the other I surmised It appeared later was Gen. Sritjth. Joe Johnson had been wounded injaucfight of Seven Pines, and Smith hall succeeded him, nnd Lee, we knew, itr turn, had succeeded Smith. And I hcM the lives of both of them one, nt lean in my hand. "The confederate leaders-rodout of thp bushes and down to the edge of the brook and let their horses drink. They we talking earnestly, and I heard StHart's name mentioned. They probably wero discussing plana for the raid his cavalry made around us a few days BWjtong cor-redJJe y, ', i y f It thi two in lino, and kill them both. Twice I pressed the trigger to kill" Lee, nn once I started to'puli to'kHu'bolh. Wl amnt 17 ithougnt, or my wife babes back In Ohio and then. of dear ones. Tears enrac'Mttto ray ey and when I got the mist out of the party was riding away. It (have bean murder, and, praise w0 G4 my hands are clsan." Milwaukee Soj Inal. All-ar- e 4jWell, Lee and Smith eat on their holies and talked. My rifle sights coverts a spot on Lee's gra3 coat directly orfl his heart Then I thought I'd get latlr. as Gen. Lew Wallace found out ntytort Donejeon. He .saw four soldiers carrying a fifth, w'ho seemed to be wcMnded. "Can't that man walk with ustanceT" astw) WiHlace. "Oh, no,' saB the men; "he m dying." Just then a sprll exploded near hy nnd the four ro dtopped the burden and fled. The mn who waa supposed to be wounded IealMd to his feet and ran even faster the othenYotith,'. CoanArfoa. Couldn't Walk. not soldiers who wear nuni-toj- k, tbi .".c-.- - girl povdble. Suddenly we fotind we were of engaging frankness. lost. But one man snid: "Sergt. E.,yoii Miss Kedlck 1 should say she was. cntc,h the fellow on the right, nnd I'll She frankly told Mr. Ricketts that she try for tho one on the left." loved him and now they are engaged. Nearer nnd nearer came footstep. Press. uctroit with nn occasional crackling of twigs underfoot. When they were four or Xot to Up Depended tfpoii. Crimsonboak Thefcc weather clerks fivo feet from us: "Haiti" sang out tho sorgavnt, making a spring toward arc very uncertain. his "owl." A rapid exchange of shots Yeast What mnke you think so? "Why, ono of them said, yenterdny. it rang ouL The "birds" wheeled and rau, would rain, and it did." Vonkers the sergeant in close pursuit, firing at the rctrentbag "owl," until tho "bird" Statesman. jumped or fell Into the river. A ItclloMn Hen. In a short time the sergeant put In Hewitt It's ffolnir to be a hard win an appearance, htjt, dirty and ter. scratched and bleeding Jewett I guess know it. I saw two from coming In contact with the coal dealers talking together beech limbs. But hlsieelinga Town Topics. were the worst lacerated, as h had failed, to accomplish what he had exAnalrfcla. "Hrs lovo letters are very perbuaslve," pected to do. But the colonel hod heafti the shootsaid tho fair girl's confidante. "Yes." was the pensive reply? "They ing, rrlso the owls (2), and had came out woukl persuade any jury in Christen-dem.- " to sec what had been done, ne was more v.xcited than the sergeaut, as Washington Star. he was in undress uniform and on his Handling Lead. horse's bare back, no said'orave offMrs. Benham I made thfe cake with icers were, in demand, and he would my own hauds. never rest until Sergt. E. wore shoulder-Bcnhum Didn't you sprain one or straps. two fingers? N. Y. Journal. In tho Bpring of '03 n large envelope reached Lastoa containing a captain's The ItenaoB. fihe Woman's mind is cleaner than commission and .an order to report at headquarters for duty. And so ho left that of man. Ho Curlaln!y. She changes It oftcn-e- us. A Veteran, in National Tribune. Indianapolis Journal. Han In the Blood. The ordinary of a Georgia cojvnty Tho Way of tlie Sox. all the war veterans to meet at hli "Women havu no head for figure." "That's so. My wife Insist that she la office on n certain day. When the day only two years older now than she was arrived he was surprised at the number of young men who put In appeariu 1693." Boston Traveler. ance. "Gentlemen," he safd, "thare Time IMd Iaaal. must be some mistake. 1 wanted to She A year ugo youisnld that I was meet war veterans, and. 1 umrfiere conthe only girl In the world for you. fronted with a majority of the young He Yes; but that was'a year ago. men of the county. Boston Courier. "Ordinary," jpoke up one tail, Bookless fellow. "It's true we never done no ItlSBt la Ilia Line. "Does the Kentucky politician have fighUn', but our families did, and ef wp don't inherit tbe durnedwar l'dHk a big pull?" "Yea when there Is a Jug around." tp know who does!" Atlanta Ohatltu-itoa- . OM SUte Jouraal. . Sue Is a 1 low-hungi- ng to-da- Mips Fosdlck tteirn.nl of Frnnkneaa. Gu.aui surgeon steadily in tlieee bald, quite emphatically: "Mark me for duty." The surgeon quickly complied l.iixton again took tho colors, and wlUi help readied tho front. I lost sight of him until about three o'clock p. in. Our ammunition had given out; we were ordered badt. We hud to abandon u battery, nnd the enemy turned on its Immediately. Seeing thlb our licutvnunt-coloneHall (the oolouol having been badly wounded), although shot through the leg, ordered us to charge with tho bayonet and recapture thone gun. The chnrge was led by Scrgt. Envtan, The enemy were driven back, und Scrgt. Easton, Capt. Nenl. and a few other boys "spiked the guns," then beat a hasry retreat for the Landing, over three miles away. Easton had taken the government bunting flag Into the fight, leaving the regimontui banner and siilk Uag in the In retreating he company quarters. made a detour to the quarters, and umid a rain of leaden hail secured the two silk flags, ami with tho remnant of the old bun-tinmade a safe retreat. One more Incident: During the summer of 03, while camped on the Jlatchle fiver In Tennessee, Gen. M. M. Crocker had the Eleventh Iowa moved ncrosn the river from the rest of tho brigade. The enemy formed a linealmostaround us, and were dally expecting attack. Our force was too small to hold our ground without reinforcements. Our position was critical. The colonel called for a volunteer sergeant for duty. Scrgt. Easton responded, and was sent upthc river a mile or more with 20 men to see that thcenemj' did not close our only avenue of escape. Toward midnight nn owl's hoot sounded across the river to the right. In a few minutes a similar sound answered from the opposite direction. They seemed to he about a mile apart. The pcrgennt wns standing with his bacj against a tree, motionless. Soon came a second cnll and reply. "Not much owl," remarked the rergcant to mo sententlously, "but the sort of a bird ww're out here nftcr." Calling for four men to follow, he led the way Into the dense, dark forest, gettimg an nealy on a line between the hooters as l. g then a thinner duplicate; also cut eight pieces ef Uie shape indicated in the design, Biffftsurlng about iy inche nt the bsMBK thnxs Inches at the top and four Imphra along the sklc; nlw duplicate tbaae In the thinner jxtelxmnL Cover U the hetivy pieces with nnj ctxirse matertnl desired, wich as aenlm, ehel or linen, ncntly turulnf wtr and p?Mtiug down the edgea. In like manner cover the thin p'reetf witt silk, silholino or any lhaiag for tiic Ixisket, making It figured In effect If the outer covering be plaAat nl ke versa, or of contrasting rntnm. On the outer plecen attach the fcingm, which may W of nur-roribbon or strim of the wane material, a trifle over one. Inch wlile. panted Into poalUon; then on each inner piece pkiee, aacne neceary ctuivrnlencc n ithlmbh) oimc of colored cnllxvird mrwed to the correct patlnn, a tiny bag or two. with elastic run iu the top. to holfl apools of thrcnl. a double ene for iwTersof nrtlh-- . a little hIkviUi for ere-tnnu- WAGES OF SIN A Book for Young and Old. WE CURE NERVOUS e, OUR RECORD ! milt-nb- k: tsfcl 1878 BLOOD 250,000 DISEASED SKIN& PRIVATE DISEASES w MEN CURED buttOEakole tarlMtors. a WhnMs bcliovcd to be tho biggest obvu and what may turn oyt to be ono of the greatest natural wonders yet dlmkvered has been found near Logon, a small town about 12 vmUcs east of Si loan Springs, in Benton county. The full extent of the disoovery had not jet been determined, but according to the statement of II. H.Cmifield. a prominent rvuldont of this plnoe. who clnlms to have lnen in the cave from four p. in. until midnight, from five to miles were explored without finding the end. The cave- Is traversed by a large stream, and their trip won made In boats. Mr. Cnnfleld hiu traveled extensively awl hns visited many of the natural wonders of the world, but he claims to hnvc nexer teen anything that beata t.he mammoth care of Arkansas. ktii - In St. Louis, Mo., the other duy wns another incident of phenomena! luck, in tldu cose backed up by a strong set of teeth. Morris Gohati. a livery stable employe, qimrreled with a companion, and the latter pulled a revohernnd fired at (lohan, who wns standing only five feet u way. The revoher wsm of verj large caliber, and wlienthcbulletstruck Gohan In the mouth It knocked him over. He quickly got up, however, nnd picked the ball out of his mouth. It hnd struck his teeth nnd knocked three oi them out. but othorwfse he wns uninjured, his grinders huvlng been GtroiH; enough to Uoy the orce of the liall, fired at awclosvrangeasitwas. necilla Waok of two r three lviivra of ftannvk plnkl or Initlouholixl on a small ease wltli onrlnpplng top Um pearl button. totie tMirrow canes bbm- - bodklna, darrwrs, etc, nnl nn eineryaakg completing tlte equipment of theorastn the IllimtrotVon. At ench upper coaarr of the night dloa nhould lw anrnll bnus ring, buttnuholed fcewe in ulTli match, while the lottom slwniM ha fmlshud with n plneunhou corresponding with the needle look. Tha asskri hi ikjw rejialy to pnt Koch oidr of ouler nnd inner pleewi baing ctrWfiilly ghied or nwtly Into plotv. the whole l nverhaaaWd firmly to the octagon lot-tonarrow ri Wou ki run through the riafl and tied, hokllng the fuVlm upright. Threw are ery convenient oar traveling, aa opening fiat ren dcrs it mxy to pack them. Tlwy can ho bought for lew than one dollar, and to makoone w( very much less; while by fitting it up with rxwnry Implement and furninhlngn It may bo quite nn espeuislvn gift, as well nsom slunv-lnuant-- t nnd dexterity In Queen. over-hamle- rlblo rrollf, wrro your rye oimi to your eriir ui jnm uirr nn in mnn nrro commit tlnr. Did you only rinfJrr llio ffclnilsti nllnn'uirnti" of tlilt ell hcu too late to Btold the ten hnbltr CURED YOUNG MAN "nir nttm whrti lenorant ( the terrible crltno rcu 250,000 rooueitriilT dlm7 fee mine nlarmlnr lloyuu tmw ami llirn rmi'loiD' llato you marrr Utl..n? lioo.lcntrnrtanyl,lUV.Vn;orlll.OUl If marrlil. are you con lanlljr Ihlnc In ilrral7 ll marrinro a you on account of any ntak-ur- n failure with rauxsl liy early almro or lattr rx. ctrtctl Hate you bmi lmci!rl lh mercury? 'I hi liooklrt will nt out to you lhnreulCor llirecrlmri n.Imd't out liw..ur MAY MtrrilUll TIIKAT MUST will KMttrly euro you. ll how liow tlmuMml h lccn laretl liy our NUW TUI:AT.MI:NT. II iToxet how nn ran Ut'AKANTKI! T t'l Hit ANY CTKUIliK l'A.Si: OK NO V We trcst ami ernt K MISSION' IilM. ru. In ronr iirrwiit e n You know, "MKB FATHhH. al I ai m tllcaft. IIIAIMIK. KIIlM.i tJM.it. si siiticriui:. liiiMiTK.vcY, Hl III r UltAlN'K, S'.WTl HAh SYPHILIS. I VMtinMTI.K, iui1 IILADD1 It CURES GUARANTEED 'Tlic H'ncc rt Mn" tent ft r ll.TVTION Un'hifB. HT.ii. CONrail, rlUF II. If unillo tt furwrite frr 1IO.MU Ql 'IIIIN IShA.VK Tiir'TMi.sr. L tsu-k- et Kennedy 12 rpa. Kergan STRE'T, g W. FOURTH y. Itscxccii-tlon-r-AmeTlca- .n COFFEE DESSERTS. Tbejr 1tTV 1 ". L'."Z'' CINCINNATI, O. &Z3a9KK1 ii.V ' aAA.AAAA---- AAAAAAAAAAA.m Anrint Cuffce la for Minuner dessert. TJie cNteiive of coffee, which Is used. Is eanily prepared, but Mliould uliyHfte frttdi. The necrel of flavoring with tofToe Ilea in hating title cMicnee no frtnh nul yuro tiint II has the dcliriouH aroinn of a enp ot good coffee. Take a tnblcspoon-fu- l of thu bct coffee, friily gronml, and put It In a mnall tsiuccmn. with a cup of cold water. Let the Uuid boll until rt is reduced to about two table-spoonftat- Haattr I'rexMireil. ths mewt delicious finoTltig Only IJellclona, Dm Vcey i 'ftlaavlataMaMAavlalBlatBVUBvlalBaMaVMBvlal i J wwwwww&&iyipwWi w - w w ;tir : J nrnMEEMl r ular rpw w; ; v,fTJtMi,o rjttlftjf:; ! i IntTif tjt tttjtTttf tjtrjtrf tjf tt; 'iltTtTTlTTlfa tttf ttrttTrtTtitTtrtJ """""""'""'"""'r" a. If there waa ever a man wlio wns born under a lucky titar. an aeronaut named a I.cc Stevens Is that one. making a balloon ascension at Niagara Knlls nnd wlren about 5,000 feet up In tho air hh balloon exploded. Stevens was hanging by his toes from a trapeze when Uic explosion occurred. He quickly drew himself up while tho collapsed bag IIc-w- H preantava reaay wr use. A "coffee inousAu" It well; train it throngh a cloth, Jot It cool, nnd it ia MrtHyj A):: rvv iwd dwtert, aqd.la prepared w'thout tlie troable in freezlug which uu ic la moat dellcloua otttfrJftJf vt as rushing downward rfl n terrific rate, managed to detach his parachute and get clear from the balloon. Tfte para-chutC'BO- slowed ed up-- , amMHevana land- without a scratch. r. Some, good womon of Now York arc going to petition. President MoKlrrtay to establish a bureau of heredity. We do not know the intended scope of that bureau, remarks tb Iowa State Register, but we hope it has nothing to do heraldry with the cpests, y of the elf etc. In nnd other thks country that ioim lias the best heredWy who wins tha best spurs. Let docus not Joiget that trine. eoate-of-arms, torn-foolertime-honor- in-vlt- county, W. Va., has a citizen named Uaymoni Qrlgg, with an ambition no peculiar ond'uniiBual tlist some people think him crazy. For many years he haa iniide It a point to he the first citizen in the county to pay his taxea. About three years ago, and for the first time in his life, he was beaten by a swifter taxpayer, und It almost broke his heart. MouorrgaTla The oldest female pupil ia the Npw York schools gives her age as 57. It li a remark abla lnatamco of atrcBftli oi cream Involves. Thds'tnouMe la tnude ns foUafcrs; Put two cupfuls of sweet, i Stt AlAAaBtakMAa rich cream In a bowl, illl a pan with i TfrWTTs chopped lec, place the bowl in the pan, , a.-i Eftf!! nnd hefin to beat the cream with a tine J, wire whip. Bent slowly at.iLmt, then ' mlv l FIT fnHter, until It la a fine, firm froth. I l I a ! ii I I When tl la all faothed, add tfo I of powdered sugar anct three tableapoonfula of coffee essence, rul ' T T T T S rKANKJ.HKED, talraco. beat Qkna together well. Put the ' ' a, LmUtUI ' K.H. Hirnv. s mduaaa In a long, slender mold, and cover ft tightly, dealing the edge of tha cover with mutton talfow, nnd pack rt away In a pall covered with crackad Ice and rock salt. Three quarts of salt are sufficient for a palluf of . i Tbe uaausee ahould be pbeked nway f 'A' for absut six hours. If the mold is ' WVVVVayayayi large la diameter, It may be opened onoe sjmi the ifrozcn parts removed f rem with a knife. If the mold is alen4rr( It ahould be Mt undisturbed. A ooffamouaao makes a most attractive deaert It served with a clean red sherry lee headed aro and It. For a-- oofjee cuatard, boil a quart of raalk aod odd two to(ol(poonfuls of coffca esaence. Add five yolka of eggs and two tahlespoonfuls of powdered rrtt'-- I avu g tr tl.,Cg hrj wlih to promixture well, nnd BUfgur. Stir tl throimh oui strain Tl; pour It hitocustord cups, und in".'.UL, ' l,fV'M.ro.V r Jli.ral.ii bfxik routainlnc set. them in a pan with boiling water o? ,.,ptcnt."- ,n'"!" cf rf.lure, etc., and ntorpatlon, nt f. re ttamp. to kalf tho height of the cupa. Place Onrllitof '8(!t$ h wanted, forvhlrnianraimni the paa over a alow fire, nnd let the orrn wy r..fa.j.-- , rm Hh ihr - ,i to ,ti !.nnvnred waW.koil gently for 30 minutes. When ..wjc.iiu i... .'.! a oei.tr. j. the cuhtartls are set, remove them from the Are and aet them in the water. TH 7ORl.D'0 POCRESS, 0. J. IU2WV, ManatfTr- Serve then in'th cuds. N. Y. Ttib- -- a.g f b-AiX I table-spooail-da 4 tftftftifi! ai ,T ll;; i fr I ttttrrTtf ifrifi k-e- tx VTrVV'iJtrtTftttttJff '' 'f '' ,' '' '' '' ff '' 0.ldes M iTENlH Patents Wnnrod. 1 fc s Rpzyf&ptypohp -- l'i - irln-..ul- . atod. B01-SC- 7 9 4ur to PLUMST.,C!WCtf'WAT. U tntntion thi papir. .. J , -' 'ii",.1- - r ulT' fjH ysy 'i'5,.v'V?"T,',!!li'f."4.V'itl j' 'yiiiV'-JVi- ' Bi'ut'wy "'"".'ffi.yi u u j i "'ivvr-v- :"w ?- -,-; 'nii. tH" fWH'i -- -, VV'4' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., 13. - Lec. 7, 1897 C. Walton, Busing Maxaqkk. rj Care and tliu bectt matcrlalis iiiauru tliu ptojajr lllllnjr ufpruMvriptiuns.Thul ... f In urn ..... . !..... .. in I. wiiy wiuy uru iill i lit I'oiwy t. uiii'u wrajr ftioro. 1 PERSONALS. Dlt. A. S. 1'muti HMil Sunday with his mother in Garrard. Mil. S. II. IlAUOHMAN was In Lex incton Huvural days of lata week. Mils. Uuv. J. II. Dkw, of Louisville, Joined her litisbatid hero Saturday. Casiukk H. G. Hah, is tho bosd hIiol of Somerset, having killed 17 quail In a single day. Alias Maky C'AltTKil'H Hobool at Crab Orchard, closed Friday and she returned homo yesterday. Miss Dkmmia Nkwi.anu, of tho Hast Hud, spent sovural days with Mlos Kim May Rowland. Miss Jknnih I'AY.va, of Crab Orchard, spent several days with Mrs. Joseph Severance Mits. Maktiia Skvkhanck and bon, Sam Walton, wont to Louisville, Saturday to visit friends. Mu. B. C. Walton Is inking In Casey county money for tho Intkkiou JOUltNAL this week. Mi(. J,Mts Mksski: and son Hunry, 8Hjnt a fow dayi with Mrs. Mury Urown, at Ktdd s btoro. visiting; Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Uallou. Lancaster Ueeord. AtUS. W. H. DiLUON and baby, vLo have been vlaltlng Mrs. Helllu Hroad dun, returned to Llvinnton yesterday. to MissStv.i.la Ualloi, of Stanford, DKITTY SllF.HlFk' M. (J. ItKYNOLUR and family, of Waytiunlurj, Hjnt hut week with Mr. T. L). Nowland and fam ily. , AXOTUKK lltllo girl arrived atT. D. llaney's Friday morning, making three In all. Martha Severance lluncy Is its uame. and .1. A. Allen got GO birds on a two days hunt in Marlon anil ay they found them scarce and scary. WHS. II. D. GltKOOiiv. of Grayson, came down Friday to co her daughter, Katherlnc, who Is quite side at Mr Jumes 1. Uulloy'n. Mas. J. A. I'iukictt, who has been with her daughter, Mrs. Will Severance, somo time, returned to her homo Mlts.SKH. HL'lM.UY II. C. at Flnchvlllo Saturday. Mns. Maktiia I'axton and Mrs. W. II. Illggintt spent suveral day with Hev. and Mrs. A. S. MolTclt, at Lebanon, and returned yesterday. Mil. A. C. SINK wont over to Clnoln nail yesterday to make arrangement for tho manufacture of his recent in ventton, a quick change cash drawoi. J. II. HILTON writes from Urodhead to change his paper to that place and ndds that he has taken it m long and likes it so well that he almost regards It now as one of tho family. Mils. Koiiukt McAUSTKK had for her guests hist week, Mr. and Mrs A. B. Huudjey and son, Guy, Danville; Mrs. M. V. McAlIsler, Orlando, Fla , and Miss Httu McAlistcr, Iudupend- encu, Mo- .- Nlcholasvlllo Journal. Mil. AND MKS. .1. M. Al.VKUSON , went up to Richmond Saturday to see and his mother, Mrs. Maltio Alvvrt-onMiss Itosu, before they leave to spend tho winter with W. I). Alverson In Now Orleaus, who catno after them. HOME NEWS, Nkw jewelry at Hamilton's. m LOOK at Withers' now wall papers. shells and amuuillon at Hooker's. GUNS, loaded Craig A. TltL'SSKS at half price. Perfect lit company usually plays to 1. guaranteed. Craig Hooker. HUKT. Charlie Boone, littluwKiof DltlNK Kentucky Club colTce for salo Squire Boone, had tho leaders of one of his legs cut while trying to rido on only by Hlgglns Ai MoKInney. the back of the buggy in whisk bis Com: lu and seo our holiday novel mother wus driving. He got canghfclu ties and new books. W. U. Mcllob- one of tho wheels and was fortuuu in erts. getting off us well as ho did. As is, and all kinds of feed taken ho may boa cripple. COKN, hay In exohango for coal. J. II. liaugh- The Mt. Vernon Signal has ttioso miin fc Co. items of local interest to our readers: YOU can certainly got one hundred George Taylor, section foreman, May- cents worth for each dollar you leave wood, got the "board" and a $50 prize for tho best section on this division. with W. W. Withers. Goorgo Ib a Rockcastle boy. William IF you don't drink" Ky. Club colTeo Fields, tho best man in tho mountains, you don'.t get the best 3 poutids for $1. lias just closed a trado for 2.1 town aSts Higgins'it McKlunoy. in Livingston. Ho is already bulUJlag two houses aud will start more, ile TONIGHT, 7th, owns tho lots whero tho new depot is At Walton's Opera House, shortly to be erected. UHly is stringy Huston in it. largest lino of I am opening tho Foil somo tlmo tho people of Row. Christmas goods and candles over seen land lmvo found It u rather expensive In Stanford. Como aud seo them. luxury to maintain tho yilhigo nnder, Mark Htirdlri. an Incorporation and thoy have grad'M, and Miss Minnie ually grown tired of it. All tho trus J. N. DUIUUM, Oaks, 20, both of Kreiger, will bo mar- tees have rcslgticd aud ut tho lust elecut tho redtdenco Qf Rev. K. tion only one inun, Georgo Hurst, who ried Is totally blind, offered for tho olllce, D. Noaks by that genUomuc. nnd ho got only eight votes. An ellM't Manolkd Thami. Tho L. &N isbaing made by a few to get Jujgol sold tho 10 car loads of coal that wont W. L. Dawson to name a board of twt- through tho trestle at Elkin on tho K. tecs, but ho has decided to await (ho C. at Uo u bushel and In hauling it away wishes of tho majority and Judga T. tho purchaser found tho mangled 10 L. Shclton was presenting potltioat)n tho question to tho votors yesterday. mains of an unknown tramp In it. Ski: Danks, tho jeweler's window. The Ladles' Aid Society will meet at of XmiiH bargains. Mrs. W. H. MoKobcrts' Friday afterSOMKljnrgnlus in diamond's. Danks.4 noon at 2 o'clock. . KNOWING that wo nevur drink any BUY your coal now. Seo our ad. J. thing stronger, Mr. Hedlll Chancellor, The Uoston Stars come here from II. Haughman & Co. with his accustomed kindness and lib- Louisville, where thoy played under Watch W. II. Hrady's store. It will erality, has kept uh supplied with sweet the auspices of tho V. M. C. A. last bo loaded down with everything good elder all fall, for which wo hereby re- night. turn our thanks. for Christmas. The L. ,t N. will sell tickets on acSUNDAY was the most dlsagreeablo count of the holidays, Dee. 22 to 25 Uski'UL and serviceable bridal, and birthday and Xmas presents can bo day of tho season. Tho wind blew and .'10th to Jan. at U faros for the round-trigusts of snow camo often enough to good till Jan. I, so Agent J. S. found at Withers'. make tho ground white. It was tho lirst Klco Informs us. STOCIC must be reduced. Special In- snow of tho season and as there was ducements to cash buyers. Como and none in November wo are to have but Sunday morning when returning seo. Mark Hardin. fow this winter. Increasing cloudi- from the I o'clock train at Harbour-vlllness, slightly warmer Tuesday is tho the horaa hitched to the street car TUKKKYS. J. K. Christian ft Co. stumbled and fell down an embankprediction. shipped about 12,000 pounds of turkeys ment, jorking tho ear after last week, He paid 7 cents for most of Sometime ago wo published on his horse was mashed to death.him. The The car them. authority, that Elder Joseph Dallou contained three passengers, among would give iJ2. for every hog Tin: trial of those engaged in a gen-or- thief or $50 for ovory white Negro thief them Hon. Jus. D. Black, democratic hog leader of Southern Kentucky. Mr. light at Paul Hoffmann's sale at urrested and convicted in this county. Black was considerably bruised and was called Saturday but Ollenhelm Since then tho item has been repro- one of his ears was burned from falling Ix)slK)iicd until duced in nearly every paper of promi- against the stovo. Notices stating that W. H. Traylor, nence from Maine to California aud Tho report of SheriirPHanz, of JefJ. H. Carter und Henry Hester will from tho Lakes to Texas, some of them ferson, shows Iho largest yearly coleach apply for distiller's license coan- - using it as u text for long editorials. lection of taxes over madif in the State. ty court day have been posted. The Fremont Company, which ro Out of an assessment of $027,481.28, cently played a disastrous threo nights $501,ti05.itS were collected, leaving only TllH superintendents of schools villi bo ready to pay the teachers again next engagement here, stranded nt Middles- - $G5,7S".:K) outstanding. Patrick Galvln has returned to New Saturday. Over Ji0,000 has been atint boroand tho members got away tho York Pity after a year and a half in the best thoy could. Tho Nows says that out from Frankfort for the purpow. Manager Fremont gave them tho slip Klondike, during which time he claims Wi: Have Tiie.m. Kubbors, over- and let them shift for themselves. Hy to have made $50,000,000. His partner, shoes, gum boots, mackintoshes, slick tho collapse Capt. Tom Richards Is out who two years ago was pciinilcs'), has ers and umbrellas, lu fact, anything to for a part of their board bill at Dan- made $25,000,000. keep your feet dry. Severance fi Sons. ville and tho Managers of tho Opera Samuel J. Parkhill, aged 74, who married a woman in Brooklyn, N. Y., THE team of John H. AuderMia ran House here the amount they advanced 50 years bjs junior 10 days ugo, com to hoip get them out of town. oil with him In a wagon tho other day --mitied suicide Sunday because his wife and tore the vehicle to pieces, bcfldes TiiKunion meeting of tho Christian separated from him. hurling him In numerous and sundry Biideavor at tho Christian church SunTho rosldencu and smoke-housof places. day night was very Interesting und Joseph Steele, lu Casey, together with The L. A N. Is making war against largely attended. The following of the their contents, were duftroyed by lire scalper's tickets and has Issued u strict niibtonvillo Society were present, most Saturday at. a Iosh of $2,000. There order to its conductors not to acpt of wluxin took part: Misses Margaret was no insurance. 11 i ITI. II i tickets except stamped by their rogu-la- r Hennett, Victoria Bishop, Kdna Cara- iiiiuui .! line jiuiiiiii sum ins urini Hol-o- n nlu, Hertha Morse, Mary Adams, agents. of Jasper, Intl., was mashed to Taylor, Alice Dryc, Nell Adams, death by his wagon breaking down and TilEGraclu Wharton Mission Band Pearl Hose, Mannlo Hose, Mattle Al- the log- - rolling on him. will give a candy pulling Ht Mif.i Anna corn, Mrs. II. H. CamniU, Messrs. C. Cook's (Dr. L. U. Cookj Saturday nfter- - C. Curpontor, A. H. C. Dinwiddle, noon, 11th, from '2 to I. AdmUsion 10c. Charles Wheeler, J. H. Adams, A. Bvorybody Invited. J. Adams, .1. S. Adams, Howard Louisville. Ky , Tili". While Station Camnltz, Val Morse, .!. 11. Hocker, Tapped the Agent S. T. Llugle, at Junction C'ily, Win. Bishop. Misses Boslcy and Hack-le- AMERICAN & EUROPEAN of the Mu Xenla society, also look was out a few minutes tho other night, I'hAXS. thluvus got $70 from the cash drawer part in tho exercises, as did Miss The Ladies ISestnunuit Is tho tlnest in of Newport, and Hov. II. N. Faul- and made good their OHcape. the city. Every convenience for ladles ooncr, of Lancaster. upending Hie day in Hie city. Dkamatic reading by Starlim k. Ucntlenc n's Cafe on otllce lloor. HaUGHMAN. Mrs. Eliza Haughman, Marshall and music by Miss Mary (SwTHOMAS A. MULLIGAN, an's class will delight all who goto relict of Hamilton Haughman, who Miiniiger. Walton's Opera Houso Friday ajjul, died about lf yours ago, joined him in great beyond Saturday and was Music - Tticsd.iv, Thursday and 3 in lay 10th. Admission 50 und 2Tc. Ny re- tho Evening. laid by his sldo in BulTalo Cemetery, , served seats. at her .Tin; LouUvilic Hotel, one ofttMjfcmt after a service Sunday. homo by Hev.n i No Oanjjer J. T. Sharrard, Mrs. Baugh-maequipped hotels In tho South, has Coal F.iminc was a Miss Oolcy, of Garrard, adopted the Huropcan in comiMrtiou and would have been 87 years old next Or prices going lilchi'r. Y lmvo Imjou trv- with its American plan aud mkt a In kt'i'ji tlu ita grixlo or coal April. At the ago of U sho united lag our on Imml for u- only order from tho ln'st specialty of entertaining ladies. Slvo with tho Cumberland Presbyterian ' inlni-s- . No tiii'im po.'iI. We aro advised that it a call when you go to Louisvllla. church an.1 for"JI years her faith grew v Plentiful Supply and increased. She had been ill a long TlliKTY-h-ot'shares of stor-- ia tho time aud patiently aud uncomplaining- will now be forwarded. Palls Ilranrti, Farmers Hank & Trust Co., belocfring ly awaited tho end, for lud Mt.. and other Jelllco coals. which she longPrices same as lust season. Wo will keep to tho estato of Greenberry llflfht, ed. Those who knew her speak In the you In. Como and seo us. will bo sold at auction ut I p. M. next highest terms or her as a true woman Mondny, Dec. l.'l. Farmers Hank in every way. She had eight children, NOEL & SOW, Trust Co. and G. 1 Hright, executors. four of whom survive, the latter buing Mrs. J. M. Phillips, Mrs. Win. Hogan, JOHN Dim an has gotten to tho cud Mrs. Thomas Bruce, of Missouri, and Notice to Those Holding of l)is ropo aud he will have to serve Mr. Thou- Turkoys for HighHenry Baughman. Tho dead arc the HI yoars assessed against him for tho mother of Mrs. Mary Penny, tho er Prioos. killing Col poii, unless tho governor In- mother of Weed Smith, Will B.uigh-muWill nay that the prices now have gotten to clo-- e our terferes. Tho court of appeals, after and tho Urst wife of JohnT. Sfono. so high that wo will have Tho Eastern marhere for the hUiison. allirming tho sentence, denied Ulw a kets nrr verv low with lower iiro.iieets and new hearing. ou kiiii. we are What They Cost. With tho Hm we can help It, so not hero to loose money If we think It to quit, Didn't Womc Tho Roiortcr eaya tonvillo & Stanford, Uuslonvillo&Dati thouch no will run this week lct will buy and good that Kd Aker, a Btibanks youth, ia lu vllle, Lancaster A; Danville and Green and receiveto all mull I fat young turkeys us b.'ought lu inlay morning, nee. Klvur turnpikes, unbought, about 2S 1 i.'nud t.i ou 7 ets. iht imiuik! for them. enjail at Somerset for forging tho dorsement on a check for $117 with J. miles, tho turnpikes in this county Wo urire on ou to brluir tlioni In us early s too D. Daltou's name signed and payable have cost as follows, wo learn from possible this week, and don.t Igive them aim i iiiiiik much coin heroic darting to Shell Kennedy. Mr. Daitoa it a statemeut furnished U9 by County vou can doubt but that wo have caused you to get belter prices for jour turkeys by our Moi eland merchant. Clerk, James F. Cummins: starting up this houe Here, ami nope you Highland and Wuynesburg $ 457.15 will appreciate same bv giving us your busiA I.AKOE and faehionublo audUncc ness, .uo will ut all times pay you tho highMcCormacks Church, Knob est market prlei, but don't try to force us will doubtless greet the Boston fekars Lick fc Turnersvillo - 470.12 to pay a price that will lie Inland to Iooo us at Walton's Opera House, lib. Stanford A; Preachersville 700.00 mouev. It m. wo nil! have to move out. So If you want to bo in it you hi tetYours truly. .1. K. t'llMcsTIAN & CO. - 1,782.00 Stanford Jc Milllegovlllo ter secure a ticket at once at W. B. Stanford & Halls Gap - - 1,475.00 MeHoborts1. Thoy aro only 75o. The Stanford & Otttenholm - 400.00 NKW jewelry Justin. Danks. It's full I 1 ' J Coughs Dr. Ayer's Cherry Peetorul Cures Coughs. 1 p, that kill aro not distinguished hy any mark or sign from coughs that fail to bo fatal. Any cough neglected, may sap tho strength and underm'ino tho health until recovery is All coughs lead to lung trouble, if not stopped. impossible. "My Httlo daughter was taken with a distressing cough, which for three years defied all tho remedies I tried. Ac length on tho urgent recommendation of a friend, I began to give hor Dr.. Ayer'3 CiiEimv Pectoral. Aftr using ono bottle I found to ray groa surprise that sho wa improving. 3, A. GRAY, Trav. Three bottlea completely cured her." Salesman Wrought Iron Range Co., St Louis, "Mo. e. m al Cherry Ayer's up im mlxmPectoral Mottles im put at hmif prk)9 . half SO omnts "Where to Send My Girl to School ?" Scud Her to Stanford College. It him full Coures of Sturiv In all department. It him trained nnil experienced teachers. It hiii nil nccilful facilities for thtt thorough tnilulng of girls In alt grade. It was etfihlKliL'd for tho welfare and convenience of Stanford and Lincoln county. Let all tho pple of Stanford and vicinity, Instend of dissipating tliulr Influence hy patronizing oth er schools, rniiyarounu tho uoiiego and glvo it their united anil nearly siiiK)ri. Next Session opens Sept. 0th. For full Information call on Mrs. Sau'llev at tho college or M. SHEIfON. Pkmident. write for catalogue. .! " e FICTTOE- FB1ME csr-iz&k3- the ! I am now prepared to mako all kinds of Picture Tramrs to order from tho Cheapest to Most KxHMihlvt!. All work done Promptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed. AIo carry tho Largest and Most Complete line of . -- iui-lin- s, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Paints, Oils, nishes, Brushes Zi Window Glass In Central Kentucky. Uar Handsome line of Fine PICTURES for tho Holidays. Call nnd sLo. LOUISVILLE HOTEL A. E. 75-2- m No. GBBOVS, 308 Main Street, Danville, ICy. y, Size-mor- e, King Cash A ! 2c 4c Ladles good Winter Vet " for 12c " 25c 15c 1c ' he.st Winter Vests for Lend Pencil Thimble Handkerchief Linen Towel Two Writing Tahlcts All wool Jc 15c Undershirt lc Ufa The Hue of Shoes which I am clusiug out at Jl for cholco arc going Hko hot ake. They are not up to date In style, hut they are the best of quality. Every pair cost more than St. 50. Vou caw get them for 51. t , . iM'-- - W. Mo SHAWKI a K k Wool-drldir- u, Investigate. Willi New Steel Ileatn and ng v M 4 t - Vulcan PLOWS Cnt l'oint; before buying, aKo Oibbs Impsrial Goods ti Imsl-ne- ss B. K. WEAR EN y St SOW. iiuui 3 A M Strange Proceeding m 1$ M i-; t, A HOUSE AND LOT AT A ITT ION. To begin to CUT PRICES on Dross Goods, Capes and Jackets but these lines must be closed before i 9, K t 1111 Tho ubovo roads to be paid out of levy of 1SD7. Stanford it Knob Lick - Stanford & Lancaster - Danville & Crab Orchard Turnersvillo, Colloy's Mill & MoKlnnoy Station Stanford, Dlx River, Garrard Co. & White Oak Moroland &, Carpenter Station Klngsvlllo oc Plousant Point Cut-OHpi- $5,290.27 5,171.SS .'1,500.00 14,025.00 2,000.00 1,920.25 1,000.00 - 412.50 800.00 The Kendall tlotiso and Iot of Half Acre, opihislte Mrs. I.ou Mianks. on Lower Main street, Stanford, will bo sold ut auction ut 1 county o'clock lu front of tho court-houscourt da, UKP. IIITH, IM17. Tor InformaW. A. Trlbble, attortion concerning It, m'o ney. MNTObN ltrilJIINU .t LOAN ASS'N. Terms; Half cash; b.ilauco In 12 months. o, I i 5 g 3 JANUARY As Winter has just begun you get these goods ST. in M ?i & 5it 3 ample time to get the worth of them in ware this Winter. We will offer many useful things for Christmas Presents such as i ' .- - - Ilustonvillo & Carpenter's 3,200.00 Creek Lancaster & Crab Orchard - 4,400.00 Ilustonvillo & Bradfordsville 1,875.00 TriiHfnnvinn.Pnirnvd Mill . .'1000 110 : . ' . . oou.iw uoyie it L.incoin -,-. Webster's International; Dictionary Tho Ob Gremt Standard Authority, Auwhav of tha " Vnabridatd?' no wrira JiuUoal k. Fascinators, BaDy SacKs, Shawls, Hoods, Stamped Goods, Handkerchiefs. Gloves, Toweli, Table Linens, Ribbons, Combs, Brushes, Purses, &c. Not room enough here to tell of every December in- ducement. Come and see for yourself;- - 1 $& fijj? f , jiuprcma Court. Standard inrarmly w $10,750.00 It will bo seen that free turnpikes umo. uiv if.K o.titmfm ..- Ull. .nrt all .. .J..apraH vu... v pram CnrM,andof near ly au uia qBooiaoow. . thoir.G. QoT'tPrtntlna SEVERANCE inlDrugs, '.Ve St SONS. BgBSafaffflgr como high, but it seems wo must huvo them. The other pikes will cost, at tho llgurcs named about $20,000 additional, making over $00,000 for 155 miles of Stats h Ac&ooll,DnxrlnUak of Coltrn ITrsUclonn. and othr Educi OLlmoH wlUMul oumwr. Commanded IttTalnable -, to-da- y n pike. This U about $4.0,000 lesb than tho eatlmuto, when tho question was lirst agitated, but it is still a heavy debt to saddlo on tho county und one that will hold It down for years. It is usually tho dancers who pay tho tiddo tho paying In dler. Tho tax-payers in lhA honsehnlil. and in the ftaEhvr, acbolar, pro-- , Books and stationery.. cairy only tho be&t irutonai quid, ana mu. adacatAr. THE BEST FOR PRACTICAL USE. It ! Mnr t nnd tn wor wmniaa. It la eay to McartalH the prannncUtloii. It I easy to trace the groth el word. IK. It la aaav to laara what wenl T Staletgh Hwa dr observer mmya: mm lunnwijii'ir Oar lndlTKluM weiiwi inoUwrillctlonarT.btal)tteraoqualniancewlUi goo Is nnd sell at if this case. Uniformly low Priees. The sanio rule apples to our stock of Window Glass aud beet grades only. Tho bonded Indebtedness of the county is already $27,000 and this will put fiscal court meets to-da- Taluable. haalM utoreir.iU aa tha Bioat tor aa any and uoe atandard to ronaUlr It aa tae eo acoaptcd.aa dlcUuaary aboald be P Pott; In which wt huve ' o it In tho neighborhood y of $00,00t). Tho to tako anoth- er turn ut tho pikes. OsC. i9,irialIVOUe uoi inn on Dt)Hcatlon to i;nrlmn nana anii rublUhtrM, M2MKIAWCO., menl ! .ee PENNY'S DRUG STORE. ,dk, 'jrt'w .44 ,,, . ?. riiiJi . . 11 Mjtli i,' ymi ni tpwiui'irWlliiPyiiP WW 2 f THE INTERIOBJOURNAL a."blloij.4'rvoB4a.ys'(a..4 AT CRAB ORCHARD. . Georgo B. Harris is clerklnp E. Perkins for the holidnyn. The last report from the Shvtesvlllo seetion is of a now baby boy at Mr. Robert Edmiston's. The turnpikes now being free, tlio lads and lassies can drive to town and spend their toll gato faro for sweet for-W- VICINITY NEWS. m Commissioner's Sale. LINCOLN rrt.do.-v- o SU J? 1014 YKAB IN- When not - ADVANCIC will c charged. Mrs. Leroy Lester, of Pittsburg, shot and seriously wounded her hus things. band. The act was done jokingly. From tho largo number of wagons Revenue collections in this district K p 'rt filled with barrels of salt coming to for November were 2.12,82(5.82, S.'.O.OOO CIRD. town Friday all our merchants arc well more than In the same month a year supplied. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Police Judge John Brooks and wife Carey Nicholas, tho great centre team of Centre Trains leare Stanford at 7; 10 a. m. nnd 4pm are happy over tho advontof their first rush of the foot-bareturning at 4: 25 p. m. and905 p. m. born, a nice little girl, tho first grand- Colleiro. died of pneumonia iU, Dan KNOXVILLE DIVISION. child in the family. ville. Judging from the strife that is going Fannie Johnson, of 12 37 p tn .. No. 24 Train going North S 13 n m on " " No. 2tS " in high society over who shall dedi- Pineville, fell from the top of a liouso 12 04 pm .. .. South " No 23 " 1 2 p ui " cate tho battle ship, Kentucky, Gov. on which she was playing and broke " No. 23 " Foralliroluts. Bradley will have to call out tho State her neck. militia and use tho battle ship before THKO'JGH TICKETS SOI.P. Willis Burkhartand Sam Burkhart, BAGGAGE CHECKED THKOUUII. it is christened. who livo on Cumberland mountain, enquire of For any information Capt. Doc Dilllon has been appointed wcro burned to death In a tiro that de JOE S. RICE, Agent, U. S. gaugor in Anderson county. Mrs. stroyed their home. Stanford, Ky. Kate Mngee and daughter, Miss Bos-siJohn Warford, who was arrested on QUEEN & CRESCENT. of London, are hero with friends. tho charge of being a turnpike raider, Mr. and Mrs. James F. Holdam will sued Sheriff T-- . C. Oliver, of Anderson Tralna pass Junction City as followi: 4 02 p m irmih it 57 m No. 2 North k havo a sale of household effects Dec. county, for $5,000 damages for false ar.. . JA m i ii t. daughter, No! 5 " '..'.'.'.'.iiwam "6 " ,.G130pm llth. Mrs. Coulton and MLc OnUl,!Mar rest. the wife of Dr. I. B. Oldham, nee 00 a m .,.. 8 20 P m " 10 Ko. 9 " VA. To "' "- .,.,m.,nl,l I,,. 10 o,. 5 and 6 do not run Sunday,, 9 and Miss Nowland, of Lincoln, a girl, the ....... ... ......--.- ro no mnuer aoum mu uuii.vn..,,m ,.iuaii ni. do they ruu Sundays. second born. Dr. Oldham Is practiccounty. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. James Welch, aged about CO years, ing medicine at Speedwell. Richmond son of Dr. Thomas Welch, deed., died Climax. VIAUEUHULTOWN. Prohibition doesn't prohibit in SomA. M early Saturday morning at tho home of P. M. A. M. . M. Lore. Somerset, SlOO Arl2SS 35 McAlister, formerly the erset, if tho following from tho ReKato 8 20 Mrs. " 1131 " Jet. City. 315 630 4 50 Arr Georgetown, Lt 9 35 05 He had been in feeble porter is correct: "Blind tigers are &00 Welch home. C30 " Frankfort, " 20 1155 on a boom and are doing a land otllcc o ; health for somo time and his death was 30 8 40 Arr Paris 5;i0 mer- - business." expected. We hope an Dally excePtSunda,.a p Mr. John A. Bower, who has been ft ctiul God has welcomed "Jlmmlo" Into resting for a week from his duties as his h eavenly home. Ho was buried at 11 o'clock Sunday morning on Ceme- train dispatcher, on account of illness, Royal makes the food pure, tery hill. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Lackey is again at his post at the L. & N. dewholesome and dellclou. and children. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Ows pot. Paris News. A bottling establishment has been ley, relatives, and Col. W. G. Welch, at- added to Thompson's distillery at liar a brother, came up from Stanford to tend his burial: also Mrs. Dee Burch rodsburg, and it has begun operation-and son, William. Services were held One thousand barrels of "Old Jordan," of the spring of '02, will bo bottled. by Rev. Gashwildcr. A baby boy came last night to bless the homo of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. MATRIMONIAL. soaldD2.G CIKOUIT COUltT. Wm. Hubble, Committee for Spencer Hubble, vs. Spencer Hubble, Defendant. stealing. In Equity. V. S. Hays shot and killed Town Pursuant to nn order of tho Lincoln CirMarshal Jones on the streets of Hind-ma- cuit Court In the above cau, rendered ut the NovemlHT term, 1897, tho undersigned Knott county. Comnil'edouor will, on n, Gov. Bradley refused to pardon Leo Humphrey, of Garrard county, for horse Ire flralMCfl R? Til Monday. Dec. 13, 1807 Being the llrst day of tho December term of the Lincoln Co'untv Court, beforo tho courthouse door In .Stanford, Ivy., sell to the highest bidder at public outcry the following described property, situated on the Hiitipln Pork In L'tucoln county, Ky, First parcel U Itoundod nn follows: Beginning at a hickory, corner to Lots Nos. 2 and 3, thence N. 00 V. fill poles to a tnke. corner to Lot No. 3, thence with line of Lot No. 3 N. 40 K. S5 poles to centra of Hanging Pork, thence w Itli tho meanders of name N. 24 W. .10 iole N. 30 V. 34 poles, thence N. C2', V. 2S poles. thencoS. M) W. 18 poles, V. fi poles, thenco 8. 5 W. 10 thence S. . poles S. 14 H. 33 poles, thenee S. 50 V.. H poles, crosslug tho Hanging Pork, thonco H. i04 E. 44 poles, thence S. 27 W. 30 iwles. thenco S. 03 V. 12 jwles, thenco N. 70 V. fi jmles, thence N. 84 V. 7 Hles, thence S. 84 M V. U poles, thenco 8. 02 W. 7 poles, thenco S. 50X VV. 15 poles, thenco 8. 31) V. 10 poles, thence S. 21 ii W.30 pole, thenco 8. 8 B. SO itoles, thence S. 44 Vj K. 7 jwles, thenco 8, 7Ui K. 8 poles, thenco S 0 K. 10 indes. inence . ti n. i poies, inence . 7H K. 17 thenco 8. 00 E. 48 pole, thenco 8. 57J 4 pole to a stake, corner to No. 2, thence leaving the Hanging Hork and with line of No. 2 N. 27 E. 80 poles to the beginning, rontnlnltic to-w- it. To buy smnll farm of 30 or 75 acres. to J, T. SHADOAN. Sotncraot, Ky. Second narcel Is IhhiiuIciI as follows; He- In tho centre of the Lancaster and anvlllo pike, thenco with centre of Name N. 34 W. 14 poles, thenco N. 60 W. 12 polen. thenco N. 34V4 K. 31 poles, thenco N. 1 E. 8 Iluy .nd sell furms. or exchange for city poles, thenco N. Ilk W. 03 iole 10 links. thence 8. 78 W. 10 twit1, thenco . 44 V. 13 proiHirty. Hest list of I arms to select from, )M)ies 12 links, thenco leaving tnu piKo ami all Limit and sires. ADAMS A HOWE. meander of tho Hanging Pork 8. 03 W. 31) Ileal Estate Agents, I. II. Nam. polen, thenco 8. 35 W. 22- - poles 8. 40 V. 12 Cor. 8th and Jefferson, Manager Mles, thenco 8. ai W. 4 poles, inence b. 77 IuIhvUIo. Ky. W 0 poles, tlieiu't S. 01) w. 12 poles, thence Farm Department. N. (14 W. 8 poles 12 links, thenco 8. 34f W. 0 polos, thenco N. 53 V. 24 jioles to a atako In Hanging Pork, corner to No. 4, thenco with lino of No. 4 8. 40 E. 83 poles to a Make corner to same, thence 8. 00 E. 02 poles to a & PLUMBING, hickory, corner to No. 2 and 4, thenco S. 88 E. 181 poles to tho beginning. A-- One Hundred and. Ton Acrsi. WANTED. ply Farm Exohange. TINNING Is now J. "T. j ones, STANFORD, KY., ll Five-year-ol- d e. 1 A 3t I Note-N- .,.,.. prepared to d, all kinds of Plumbing and Tinning. Solo proprietors of Demi's Tho two Tracts of Land lloconllguousand Illnck Diamond Hoof Paint. Telephone No. constitute a Parui In 0110 compact body of '.'0, residence. Shop oil Mill St.. oppslto J, 2t-- tf laud which has upon It a comparatively now II. Ilaughmuii A Co.' Mill dwelling house, commodious nnd well appointed, and all necessary outbuildings In 11 tine state of repair and a good barn and stable. Tho farm Is well watered. Including n good cistern at tho dwelling house. Tho fencing on tho farm Is all good. The farm will bu v)ld to Mettle tho estate well fenced, well waMostly In lllue-Oras- s, of Spencer Ilubblu and pay bis debts. Teums or Sai.k. Six and 12 months. Tho tered and has all tho necessary Improvepurchaser must execute. ImiihI with approv- ments. Wo will well privately nnd on easy (SENTltV 1IHOS. ed personal security for tho purchau) price, torm., btanford, Ky. bearing legal interest from day of nalu until paid, having thu force uud elTect of judgment and jtayable to the Commissioner. A lien retained as further security. U. O. WAltltr.N. Master Com'r L. O, O Containing no AcrcH. sale:. 305 Acres Fine Land FOR FIRE INSURANCE "-'-- "--- u.. Clothing, Hats, FHENIX Insuran ctCompany, OF BROOKLYN. Gents Furnishing Goods Shoes, Heavy Boots, Rubbcp Coats Mclntoshcs, Trunks and Valises. Low. Terms Cash. all-wis- e, Caledonian ricjs Co., : Insurance or Scotland. KOUNOUD 1BOO. H. J. McROBERTS. m$mm&im&ffl a I Y m YXf Ia7 H. B. MAHONY, 6 Agt, ! HTANKOltD, KV. w AK POWDER Absolutely Purs PODR BAK1N0 m . pw&smffli8m:wffi. 3STOTIC iriii E3 Miss Denta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Campbell, of Middlesboro, was married yesterday to Mr. R. B. Whitsett, of Chicago, and Saturday's Louisville Times contained their pic- Hughes. It was a and popu- lar "Bobby" is happy. Lexington Leader. Wouder if this means our "BobV" MEW C00BS Drugs We fL3 a ss $ 1 alw lrailinf freia Crab Orchinl to Stanford irneinz, All krrpon liaod a upplror pun It lioardi klnlof liimUr for bnllillus uriwci; alw and aliloelc. All ilnlrinir anr arllrlvol thltklnJ cat) call on mo at inr Hon nfrCrur .Ml rro!i dmlrln NkuiI IVuta for ('link fence, ftnj wlit lli.r punt nd rjlllne or wire frm-vraCrrk,iia tbr ilk wantat mr tton tirar C.-- Lyman Eaton, coach of tho State College foot ball team is dead. Ho died at his home In Hartwell, near Cincinnati from the elTccts of injuries which he sustained in an accident. W. B. Catchings, tho mall route con tractor oi uonuon, win control tue bulk of tho service for the ne.t four years in tho Rocky Mountain districts, says a Washington dispatch. The old county work house ut Richmond burned, causing a loss of about $4,000 with WOO insurance. Thomas Douthitt, loss on livery, about 3200; C. T. Fox, livery, damaged boveral hundred dollars, covered by Insurance. DThe doctors at Barbourvillo have formed a society for their mutual protection and will placo all persons on the black list who owe them and are able to pay them, but who, after having been allowed a reasonable time, have failed to do so. Any such person placed upon this list will not be able to get any doctor belonging to this society, unless they pay him in advance or give satisfactory security for same. THOROUGHBRED HOGS. J BOTAl. CO., HEW YORK. Timely Warning! posted and I Intend to prosecute each, any and every person caught trespassing In anv vav on my premises. G. C.'LYON, Hustonvllle. My farm U A Word To You. Get you rShaves and Uulrcuts at Blake-raore- 's Barber Shop, lie Is tho slickest and CO best barber In Crab Orchard, Ky. 0 The crack barber. Is now back at his old ready to stand In Mrs. Egbert's itore-rooshave and haircut. All Rive you a needing work should call on him. lie Is sure to please you. Crab Orchard, Ivy. 05 ROBERT FISH, tures. After the published announcement that she was to marry Harry Slater, of Washington, Miss Harris Goodloc, (laughter of Judge Goodloc, of Louisville, slipped oil and married Philip Lee, another lover. T. J. Swift, 70, and Mrs. Arcadia Lee, 70, were married at Clarksville, Tenn. There was an invited guest for each year the jiroora was old, many of them descendants of the couple, and an old fashioned wedding feast was spread after tho ceremony. Mr. John Unsold, of Nelson county, and Miss Lllllo B. Ware, of Spring-Heldaughter of Mr. H. N. Ware, formerly of Lincoln county, were married at the Bardstown Hotel Wednesday, Rev. W. H. Rodgers ofllciating. The bride was accompanied by her brother, Mr. Richard Ware. The happy couple left at onco for an extended trip South. d, m Toilet vlted to call and mo Crirk. U (l.W.M.SOU.TUS, Vrticles. In rrf1 YM -- jt '5 Mason Hotel MHS. U. I). SIMPSON, x Books And Bibles. are receiving every thlnp new at prices to suit, You aro cordially 1'ror. LaucxtHtcr, Kentucky. Blcnt)d I'orlera M) i. u. V7. B. MoBOBXBTS. KtJ KM I '-i r : New Inblo. meet furnlHlictl, jKvctythlng clean bedn; firal-clnw- trains A WOUD TO DRUGGIST, STANFORD. KY. I.l LvJ Kf PROPERTY OWNERS. Aro you Inaureil Son CLAUDE, No. 12,6'J1, hon of tho World' Uolumhlnn Chnmplon, Claude, No. 11,007. Fine toppy voting boars ready for service. A few Miow gilt old enough to breed, and bredmiwa In every respect, with a specialty, for sale, This stock U Htrlctly first-ela- ns pedigrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Wrltoyour wantt or come nnd bee my hogs. A fow fresh Jersey Cows for sale. Thoy aro good ones. A No Mammoth I'eltln Duck Eggs. 31 for 13. A. K. Ul'NDI.EY. Hex IDS. Danville. Kv. High Locust Herd Reg. Poland Chinas. Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning Headed by U. S. lylOOEL, DO. 38,353. of Klover's the greatest breedlnj; Iior llvlne, nnd HUNM.KY'S Model, No. S0.71U. of dwelling If not, why not? Thou-omand burn good n yours ul Kveryjenr. lnvolvin dollnnt. Why hhoulil from yenr to) ear ? tbo loss of millions of ou expect to it:apo Your Pxoporty May Burn mutation of jeara of lioueit toll to lovt by a itluplo lire, which can ilex troy It In nn hour ? Soliciting a him re of your patrouao Within n year, wltnln n month, within 21 lioun, Why hliould ou eipoo thu nccu SHELBY -- & SHELBY, E, H. C. RUPLEY, -- ltepectfully, "K PROGRAM OF THE LINCOLN COUNTY TEACHEKS' ASSOCIATION TO BE HELD AT THE COUUT-HOUSDEC. 11, 1897. ..Proprietors LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE THE MERGHANT TAILOR IsJ Receiving his JESSE D. WEAKEN, General Agent. Htanford, Ky .U, .... TIrst-Clas- s Turnouts, protnnt attention, very reasonable rates. A portion of your patronage is 18 respectfully solicited. Stanford, Ky. Office oyer McKoberU' Welcome Address, L. R. Hughes. Response, L. M. Lewis. Essay, "Training to Independent Thinking, Miss Nora Philips. . Discussion, Miss Mattie Sacray. Registered Address, "The Greatest Needs of the Splendid Common Schools." E. L. Grubbs. individuals Both .. .1 Something Now in Busy Work, 1. T11. Spring's far Misses Kate Hays and Fannie Spears. row. Prices reasonable. No charge for My Ideal Recitation for an Advanced crating. Spelling Class, N. W. Hughes and C. J. M. & H. J.WcROBEBTS, Stanford. M. Young. How to Entertain Pupils on Rainy A. S. PRICE), Days, Miss Helen Thurmond. Surgeon Discussion, Miss Fannie Underwood Dentist, Tho Best Remedy for Bad Lessons, Misses Mnrle Warren and Fannie Junction. City, Ky. Jons II. CASTLKJiaX. Umim, LtJlEl HOG-S- Du-roc- s. ifeSItl.is -- fnnn? q prominent said: If my jilan could prevail 1 Mould have nothing- but pure bred hogs in this country. 1 do not mean by that that every herd should be registered. hofj-rais- Should lie Glvrn a I'luocol Kvery Fnrta, At nn Iowa farracra' Instituj In reply to the question: Would you have a thoroughbred herd of hojjs on everj Th-- r Why FALL f AND f WINTER wn aiib Now GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. llulldins. Dru? Store In tuel'Owsley db. w. b. Prof. B. J. Pinkcrton, of Hustonvllle; Principal J. S. Gashwller, of Ctab Or Singleton Dentist, : Stanford, i Ky. chard; Supt. elect Garland Ware, M. Office on Lancaster street at Besidence. and Vice Presidents, John E. Prewitt and Mrs. White, and Supt, T. L. Miss Kate Blaln will also be present and aro invited to tako a part on tho ROWLAND, KY., program. Has Gone Back into the Coal Miss ANNIE McKlNNEY, Vice Pres. -- iniim JLIS.JL r FiaTxsrz Spears. Declamation, Ash by Warren. Essay, '"'The Teaching of Literature in Rural and Ungraded Schools," Miss Carter Holtzclaw. Essay, Mies Ruth Ellison, Methods in Arithmetic, W. C. Grin-stea- d. SHELTON, and Casey counties. Full stock of Coffins and ets always on band. I) S. Carpenter. Manager. Atlanta and relatives elsewhere. But wherever the keen scented Waltons go they find something to write about and Undertaker, ure as to tho Hastonville, - - - Kentucky Ed's letters as big Jouunalbest heavy"Bud's" Offers hlsaerrlco to the people of West Lincoln weights. Louisville Post. An Appreciated Bouquet. PopuAnd will keep constantly on baud the Jelll-eFalls Branch nnd other best Coals and lar Ed Walton, of the Stanford JOURask the patronage of tho public. Stanford NAL, one of the State's be8t and best friends who want Coal can leave orders with .1. B. HIgglns, which will receive prompt atedited newspapers, Is way down South T. L. SHELTON. tention in Dixie. He is visiting his brother in o. Business, J. T. STJTTOKT, Cask- 93 H. D. PHILLIPS. Gun nnd Z.ook .smith. STANFOKD, KY. , All kinds of repairing done at roasuuablo rates gatuuetfon guaxaooed. Ujibolateriog specialty, RetfUtor of Lund Olllco Reynolds is to send Miss Christine Brad- "", ley a bottle of whlbky made in the year Id which ahe was born, una wltn wmen hoped oho will chrlston tho battle ehlp "Kentucky." r'raulitm, thl State, has contracted , should be traecjiTalc to recorded ancestry. Then let the registered herdfc be kept up to the highest standard of excellence to supply n mule head for each of these pork herds. The professional breeder would then do a Nourishing business and the farmer would not be looking; around for the best hog in Christendom for ten dollars. He would demand something better than that and would be reaping the profit which he justly deserves from feeding his fcirm produce to a class that would net a snug profit nnd command a premium on any murket, whether high or low, and attlic mi mo time have a bunch of hogK that he could take Infinite satisfaction Ju "hnnging on the fence" to look at and to show his neighbor because they always call forth favorable comment nnd admira tion, which would be an incentive for fomethlng a little better If possible for the next crop. Iay thatuntll the thoroughbred hog shall be given a place on every farm his, true mission is not fulfilled! and further' that the mission of the professional breeder if he be honest and unselfish and se6 the whole thoroughbred scheme in its proper light is sort fulfilled until such is the case. If every farmer could see this plan from the proper' standpoint and could comprehend the advantage accruing from its consummation three year af, uaoat would accomplish the work. But though firm in the; faith as 1 nm 1 have grave d'ouJots ifitiV ever accomplished. There is too great a diversity in human nature, too wide a' rag of disposition, luv ,0 "'"' Bcruu " " u",cr of-hog- s That would be an expensive but I do mean that nil hjtx-- AGENTS -- Ba&BEE S CBSTLEH3E. 2!AKA(il.US, row- Commerce JBuilding, Louisville. Agouti Tliroughout the outh. THE OLIVER CHILLED FLOWS, W. A. Stanford, - THIBBZ-X- , .gfUt, 3JI' lx-a-l - Kentucky. Dick's Feed Cutters, Hocking Valley Corn Shellers, Brown's Cultivators. Studcbnkcr "Wagons, Como nnd see us when you J. B. HIGGINS, UEALEU IN fcc. Farm Wagons, Pleas ure Vehicles, want nrythlng In tho Implement line. HIGGINS In TC'KINNEY. Agricultural Implements, High-Qrad- e Fertilizers and OoaL Offlco on VvmSTTEJIS SOUESIDTTILi: HX Effect December 5th. Ooods Warruntcd as Represented. Malr fitreet, opposite Kltuore's Store, Stanford, Kentucky. J. L. TOTTEN. 8AUB6HAV, Queen & Crescent Route. ORLEANS HOURS CINCINNATI TO NEW I JACKSONVILLE. for walor works. I '""-- ' Thoroughbred Biroo Jersey UB BOS!, ere stand on a level in any branch of lmu8try. However; tttf cause is ad- m" My breeders were aolected from the beat hcrdi of Through l'ul mm b'errico h uuuqimlloJ. Oufc, Parlor und Obdervatiou Curs da.'-lvanping, nnd one fact in well estab-h-e I anioui breed of iwlne In of thU aeveral State A i;Hhcvl, that when a man once gets a Standnnl Vcstibtik'd day Coaches. Gut your tickets via tbo Queen o; Cicsccnt iplctulldlotofplgsotdltlercnt ast fur eale. Bred Bowaaapcclaltjr. Satisfaction guaranteed. taste of thoroughbred blood, like t'he Route. Addreaa bulldog, he never lets loose except to W. C RINEARSON, Cen'l R. H. BRONAUQH, hold- fc'et a bttcr Cineiuuati, Ohio. Crab Orchard, Ky. I y. .' ". 109 Miles the Shortest. Finest Vestlbuled Trlny in SOUTH. TKt LMCI.RAItlKIRS Pass. Agt., i-- t. ! !.-