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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897121001 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. J'.'W, , J',Ji "; "'" WPp- il' nii SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER MCKINLEY'S MttSSAGB. (). 1897. tf ?f XXVI. LANCASTER. PUIKOII'AI. rOINTSOKTHK I'ONUHIIOUS l'HOOUCTION. NO. ,81 lN After felicitating Congress on the Thursday, ul Goshen, at 11 eonJItions, justifying sincere congratuled lation and calling for our grateful acA. M. Lookout for a wedding in which two knowledgement to a bonlllcent Provivery prominent, jopular and worthy dence, which has so signally blessed young people will bo tho contracting and prospered us as a nation and exparllcri, and an Inlluential family of pressing sincere satisfaction over tho Lincoln and one of Garraid will be- fraternal feeling existing between all tho sections of our common country, come connected by nihility. Mr. M. F. Klkln U here adding new the president wades into the currency inoinbct'tt to the Maecabco lodge, which question, which ho regards as the most already numbers about r0 Htrong. Since Important since tariir legislation has the prompt payment of u death clulm been disposed of. I earnestly recommend, as soon us here, many of our beat cltizcno are pro- tho receipts of the government tire anxious to taku tho cheap and safe quite sulllcluut to pay all the expenses. tection which It otTers. largest and llnest as well as the of tho government that when any of tho Tho cheapest lino of Christmas goods in di- United States notes are presented for amonds, jewelry, clocks, cut glass, Chi- redemption in gold and aro redeemed na fancy goods of every description, in gold, such notes shall bo kept and dolls, toys, and overythlng else to bo set apart and only paid out In exchange stock. for gold. This Is an obvious duty. found in a If Thompson, tho Jeweler, Lancaster. It tho holder of the United States note dipt, and Mrs. Louis Landram leave prefers tho gold and gets it from the for Washington City next Saturday, government ho should not receive back where tho captain goes to look altera from tho government a United Suites pension claim which Is Justly duo his note without paying gold in exchange mother and for an amount which was for it. I concur with the secretary of thu duo his fatliur, Gun. W. J. Landram, rev- treasury in his recommendation that for services as collector of Internal National banks be allowed to !suo enue. Senator Karris' proosltlon to put notes to tho face value of tho bonus Rockcastle Into tho 11th Congressional which they have deposited for circuit district is a movu in tho right direc- lion, and that the tax on circulating tion, as that district is hopelessly re- notes secured by deposit of such bonds f of 1 jwr cent, publican and the move will increase be i educed lo chances In the bth district, per milium. I also join him in recomdemocratic thereby insuring the election of Gov. mending that authority be given for tho establishment of National banks McCreary In lSltS. N H. with a minimum capital of &yi,0O0. Tho K. V. branch of tho L. ,t This will enable thu smaller villages 11. had a now conductor on Wednesday and Klvo Houge, who drums the trains and agricultural regions of the country for his slablu, saw him stop oil as the to bo supplied with currency to meet train approachud and askud him if he their needs. I recommend that the issue of Nawould need any llvory, whereupon tho tional bank notes be restricted to the conductor said that ho would try to If gel to Richmond with his train. Itice denomination of $10 and upward. b.tcked out and said that ho had sovur-a- l the suggestions I have heroin nade horses that could beat it to Rich- sludl have the approval of Congress, then I would recommend that National mond. It Is very gratifying to tho many banks be required to redeem their friends of Mis I'hrlsilno Ilradloy here notes in gold. It is nol wiso to rooogut. tho Cuban In her native city to Itnirn thnt she bus been appointed by SeereUiry Long to Insurgents as belligurunts, at the present time as it is to be seriously considuhrlntou the " Kentucky," a new ered whether the Insurrection jkisscsscs Tho honor wa hastowud where it properly belongs nod was given to beoud dispute tho attributes of Stateone of the ino-- l clogunl and lovoly hood which alone can demand tiio rej'oung ladles In tlio nation, Mw.essed cognition of belligoroncy in its favor. by nature of the hlghunt and purest There should be no Interference in Ch-luntil thu now Spanish policy has trails of hor sex and being highly culbeen given a fair trial. Forcible antured. to-da- MiiHtor Clnrotico Traylor, lined auven ycnm, son of AIomuhIut Trnjlor, iHiid Wednesday. The retimititt will bo bur- llrst-elas- s, citizens there with tho benefits of legal machinery, I earnestly urge upon Congress tho establishment of a system of government of such flexibility as will enable it to adjust itself lo the future areas of greatest population. A more rigid national quarantine is urgently needed. Tho important branch of our government known us tho civil service, thu practical improvement of which has long been u subject of earnest discussion, has of lute years resulted in increased legislative and executive approval. During tho past few months the service lias been placed upon a still llrmer basis of business methods and personal merit. Much, of course, still remains to be accomplished before the system can be made reasonably perfect for our needs. Theio are places now in the classified service which ought to bo exempted und others not claesillcd may properly be Included. 1 shall not hesitate to exempt cases which I think have been improperly included in tho classified service or include those e which In my judgmoni will best the public service. The system has tho approval of the people and it pro-mot- DOWN IN CASEY. if Our cllicicnt correspondent, Dr. R. A. Jones, keeps our readers of this section so well posted on the happenings of Casey Where to Send My Girl to School Seiul Her to Htntiford College. V 4 In all tlopartmunt. It has trained and experienced teachers, it has all needful facilities for the thorough training of girls In all grades. It whs prove stale and uninterest- established for tho welfare and convenience of Stanford und Lincoln county. Let all tho ing. The clever doctor wus cutout for people of Stanford and vicinity, Instead of dissipating their lnilucncu hv patronizing other schools, rallynround the College and give It tiielr united and hearty "support. a newspaper man and that profession is Next Session opens Sept. Cth. For fvll Information call on Mrs. Sau'llc v at the. college or WM. Plir.Ir'ON. I'kesident. minus one good one because lie took up write for "catalogue. that I fear tho few notes herc-with.w- ill It hhs full Courses of Study tho forceps rather than the quill. The cold wenthcr and a most excellent opportunity to kill hogs kept a good many from attending circuit court Monday and the ci owd was not up to thu average on the first day. Even tho newspaper drummers, with the exception of your humble servant, were blutled by the blizzard and only ono patent medicine man hud tho nerve to come. For everybody. We have just returned from the city with ccorcs of fine Pictures direct from tho factory, nicely framed and beautiful subjects Wo have divided them into three lots, No". 1, 2 and 3. For every 5 piirchaho wo will give you choice out of Iot. No 1. Fdr every tlO worth you buy we will give you choice of Lot No. 2. For evcr S20 worth choice out of Lot No. 3. We give you a nice rocker for every lo purchase. We are opening a lino of Tlie docket is not large this term and again there is no murder case on it, although young Polly, who killed Turner a few weeks ago, is in jail and has no doubt been Indicted ere this. His case will not likely bo tried this court. Judge Jones, in his charge to the grand jury, laid especial stress on tho viola tion of election laws, selling votes and tho like, but it will prove a caso of will be my endeavor to uphold and exlove's labor lost if tho grand jury tend it. spend much time investigating such mat tot s. It Isulmost as hard to conRELIGIOUS. vict a man for selling his vote as it is Philadelphia has more than 10,000 for a camel to go through thu eye of a Methodists more than any othor city in needle or a rich man to enter the Kingtho world. Christmas Goods, Lots of tliriii bought at half prico and marked the same way. In Dry Goode, Notions, Cothing, Shoes nnd Caps, we got them at our own prico and have marked lots of them at about 2."i to 50 tier cent, of their real value. The iile.tnrna vn n'tvn num till Jan. 1, 18S8. So come along and buy the cheapest goods you ever bought and gel a ciiromo to oooi. TANNER BROS,, McKinney. BUSINESS CHANGE IN HUSTOKVIIXE. ! one-hal- Tho average life of tho 12.'l Presbyterian preachers who died last year was (id years. lluv. J. M. .Matthews will preach at McKinney Saturday night, Sunday morning and night. Hev. George Darsie celebrated his 20th anniversary as pastor of Frankfort Christian church Sunday. Local option in the Ghulc carried by a majority of Kt to 1. Richmond Climax. G. W. Young did it. Rev. W. S. (iriiistead preached at Phil, Casey county, Tuesday night. Ho went at thu invitation of Miss Minnie Ruplo, who is teaching there, and was given a most cordial welcome. At tho late convention of colored dom of Heaven. I have made my resolve to Sell Goods for This is Commonwealth's Attorney Muneie's last court In Casey and little or no regret Is expressed at it. "Old Compromise," as ho is jockingly spok en of. has not made an altogether pop I will sell on days, or monthly, to people who are not only reular olSlelal and he will go out of otllce sponsible but 30 who Wl LL COM E IN 011 the FIRST DAY of . each unwept and unsung. Mr. Aarons, of month and pay up in full. This course has simply been FORCED Russell, was elected to succeed him. in the following way: I hai'e been helling on long time Roth democrats and republicans of UPON ME uid of course had to sell higher than those who sold for cash. And of Casey aro feeling good over the election. The former aro rejoiced at cut- course my friends and customers would go where they could buy So here's good will, the best goods and Rock Bottom Priting down the majority several hun- cheapest ces to every body. Now watch the lur fly. Iking your' MONEY dred and the latter because they got all Spo'fc Presbyterians, Ala., a separate, held at llirmlngham, Pres- man-of-wa- r. byterian church was ducided upon. The organization of such a church will be completed In May. 1S!IS. u Messrs. A. I), r'ord, Junius tilmoro and George T. Higglnbotham constitute tho committee, sent out by tho fiscal court, to llx a value on the turnpike roads. They are progressing nicely with the work and will be ready to roKrt in a few days. It Is 1iokw1 that their estimate will meet tho approval of all paction concerned, and that tho roads will soon belong to tho county. There are only two entries, Messrs. K. W. Harris and V. K. Shugars, in and they firo the race for tho loth conlldont of success. There may bo dark horses and such are mentioned and, considering personal Inlluenceand political claims, it is hard to tell who will gut tho prUo. One of the aspirant claims u direct promise from tho olllelni who will control tho appointment, and he Is not a man who goes back on promises. Tho muKsngo of President McKlnley is replete wjth good things for the fow nnd is monstrous poor reading for tho many. The powers of certain corporations are enlarged, tho trusts are allowed to go unmolested and everything is recommonded that should not be. Ills civil servico views are not endorsed by his own party. He congratulate!. Congress on account of tho felicitous conditions undur which its meeting occurs, when, in fact, tho country is in tho midst of a panic, brought about by vicious legislation against the masses, and prosperity exists nowhere except among tho fostered and protected tru-t- s unci corporations. Ho writes a very good history of tho Cuban war and falls to oiler any comfort for tho oppressed island. Ho favors currency reform, but falls to express on tho financial question except to liopo for international bimetallism. It Is a document devoid of that clear and Independent manner of oxpresslon and suggestion, which should characterize the chief executive of a great nation. Hsi-olllc- o Free-o- f Charge to Sufferers. Ulsi-uti-r- Cut ttilioi laud tal.o I. to your U insist and Ret a amni jott e i"rw oi O . Klni s NewTin-ilo not for Consii ii itlon, Coughs anil Cob s. niK joi lo uy jefliro try n. This w,! sliuw voii the Rival iic.'uo this ttuly wu u.er i ronai y, anil slio voii "hat inn Ihj icu..ipllititsl ly tho This lent, ml resu'a. h)il . oo.. e. lo tun ip ,io oprie nrs, illil they i liastro.'s would . Many of me nol Luow i. won (1 lnv.il-.- jly. cu.-eIn ho r procure Iwstiili) clans r e low i.imi ivs.ilK nnl mo elym-i on with amu IkiU e f It is .us wiiireu wvertMUMS at V. 15. ilcIUilnTW' Dma S.oro. Itnnilf. aioOti . and - i'l3. 'i.l' ti The Georgia widow who expressed her gratitude to thoso "who assisted' in tho death of her lato husband" must not bo regarded as furnishing corroborative ovldcnco that murdor will out. The latest globo trotting fool la making tho tour blindfolded. ciated by us and returned as occasions may present their selves. The meeting closed at the Baptist church Tuesday night. Rev. Jos. II. lation of elements perhaps hardly yet lilted to share in the highest francliit-o- n Dew preached two weeks, day and of citizenship and having duo regard night, and endeared himself to saint to tho geographical conditions, the and sinner by his earnestness in trying most just provisions for In lo- to do good to otliors. His sermons were cal matters with the largest political practiclal, and as he says he will have books can be collected. A splendid new church lias been liberties as an integral part of our na- to give account, in tho judgment for tion will bo accorded to tho Hawaiians. what he pieaohos, ho speaks what ho built, in the plueo of tho old one at LibNo less is duo to a people who, after believes to lie tho whole truth, prefer- erty and a very decided improvement ring to please God rather than tho it In. The Christians erected it, but nearly live yours of demonstrated fancy of men. Re says sinners stay out other denominations will use it at their to fulfill thu obligations of of tho churches becauso hypocrites are pleasure. Rov. J. Q. Montgomery was Statehood, come of their freo will to merge tliulr destinies lu our in them, but they will have to spend mainly instrumental In having a new eternity with the hypocrites in hell. houso of worship and it Stands a handbody politic. II giyos me satisfaction to state that He stated that lie loved tho people of some monument to his memory. The the special envoys have already dem Stanford and wanted them to remem- Baptists thought of building a church, onstrated their ability and fitness to ber him in their prayers. Tho faith- but decided to postpone action for deal with tho subject, and it is to be ful pastor, Rev. J. R. Crouch, baptized awhile. Yosemite, once a town of no mean earnestly hoped that their labors may tho new converts Wednesday night at Tho splendid pretensions, is rapidly drying up. The result In an international agreement the Christian church. which will bring about recognition o'f singing during the meeting is to a con- railroad and timber tiudo kept it liveboth gold and silver as money iikhi siderable extent duo to Mrs. Crouch, ly for years, but now the former baa such terms and with such safeguards tho organist, who is an excellent musi- gono and tiio latter nearly so, and as will secure thu use of both metals cian. Many asked prayers of Chris- there's no tolling what's going to beupon a basis which shall work no in- tian people who did not join during tho come of the town with tho California revival. Tho number of additions was name. Tho Middleburg people have justice to any class of our citizens. 17. invited hor citizens to como over and International arbitration can not be sug- - live with them, but they have not yet omitted from tho list of subjects claimSTnnnT Extknsion. A citizen accepted. tho following: A ing our consideration. Kvents have The burning of saw mills in Casey mprovemont to the city of Stanford Is only served to strengthen tho general tho extension of Mill street to Maxvlllo has gotten to be a serious thing. Sevviews on this question expressed In my street, a distance of about 50 to 75 feet, Inaugural address. The bes't sentiment at tho outside not over 100 feet. Tho cost eral havo gono up in ashes during tho of tho civilised world is moving to- of this extension would bo very small. past month und at least a half dozen sav- since Jan. 1. Incendiarism is charged, ward tho settlement of ditTorcnccs be- If this extension woro made, the ing in wear to Main Street alone would but nobody has yet been arrested and tween nations without resorting to tho more than pay for all costs of tho exvery little time has been spent in tryhorrors of war. tension and would save tho heavy pull all tho heavy hauling ing to ascertain who the guilty parties Tho territory of Alaska requires tho up Mill street, and Hustonvllle E. C. W. from tho prompt and early attention of Congress. pikes wouldDauvillo through Maxvillo are. then go Tho conditions now existing demand where the grade is slight and would bo BucUin'a Arnica Salve. material changes in tho laws relating a substantial improvement to tho town; The iet salra In the world for cuts,, brulsoa to the territory. As it is to tho Inter- the attention of tho new council Is call ' orr, ulcers. salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap, to this matter. They aro also aaked nod hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. est of tho government to encourage tho ed Investigate tho railroad crossing', on It posltl-el- y curea piles or no pay required. It s to perfect satisfaction or mooer development and settlement of tho Danvillo piko, which la next to Impos- giuraJteeil to glrecents cr bos. For sale by V. re11. funded. I'd re 2' Druggist. country und its duty to follow up Its sible to pedestrians, in bud weather. X UcHoberts, self-rul- o -- nexation of Cuba is impossible. Sure of the right, kueping fron from all olTense ourselves, aeuated only by upright and patriotic considerations, moved neither by passion nor sclllsli-nostho government will continue Its watchful care over the rights and property of Amerlem citizens, and will abate nonu of its otforts to bring about by eucuful agencies a peace which shall be honorable and enduring. If it shall horeafter appear to be the duty impo-e- d by our obligations to ourselves, tocivlli7ut(on and humanity, to Intervene with force, it shall be without fault on our part and only because tho necessity for such action will bo so clear as to command thu suport and approval of tho civil ixod world. If the treaty is continued, as every consideration of dignity and lienor requires, the wisdom of Congress will tee to it that avoiding abrupt assimis, Tho now Centenary Methodist church at Slielby ville. is now virtually completed, with the exception of the pow, carct and interior fixtures, und it is the preeent intention to hold thu dedicatory services on Sunday, December 12. Dr. II. C. Morrison will preach the dedicatory sermon. Tho current Huptlst Argus contains a splendid picturo of Rev. J. Hart well Dew, who has just closed a most successful meeting hero. Ho was born In Lattar, S. C, Juno 19, 1S(M, and graduated at the Furinan University in lh'JO. At present ho is pastor of the Logan street church in Louisville. In announcing it the serhas-ecurc- vices of Rov. says: J. M. Iirnco as its Held representative, tho U.iptist Argus Rro. llruco's conservative and gentle, and yet vigorous spirit has drawn him very near to us, and enables us to commend him to our readers without qualification or reservation. Favors extended to him will be appre- tho olllcex. A democrat remarked in my presence that if $200 more could have been inised by his party it would huve carried everything before it. Judge James Garnett, of Columbia, a democrat and a gentleman, announced his candidacy for appellate judge in a timely speech Monday afternoon. Ho Is a very popular man, is well equipped for the lienor he seeks and if his friends are as numerous in oilier counties as they are In Casey, ho will bo elected. Liberty Is still gi owing and good, substantial houses aro rapidly being built. The town covers nearly, twice as much territory as it did when Imude my first trip there and its change in is even greater than Its growth. One of tho prettiest homes is that of Prior Young, who by tho way, is not yet in possession of a partner to occupy it. My friend, W. D. Stagg, who is known around Hustonvillo as "Bantu." is still running tho Napier Hotel and ia doing well with it. In days gone by it was known as the democratic hotel or headquarters and tho Exchange as the republican camp, but now tho Napier catelics 'cm a'coming and a'golng, re gardloss of politics or anything else. The failure in business of Mr. R. T. Pierce Is a subject of general regret. Atone time one of the richest men In tho county and at most all times tho blggcst-hearteho has ptobably done more business than any man m Casey and few thcro aro who have done more for of tho town of Liberty. tho As before stated a reckless credit business broke him up and It is doubtful if a tenth of the $.j,000 ho has on his eo d, I with you and buy poods che tper thvi you ever saw them. If you want a pair of Shoes, Boots, Hit, "ivcrcoat. Dress, Cloak, Suit ol Clothes, any kind of Groceries, Carpet or Matting or any thing found in a nrst class store, come anu see me Dctore you ovy. nease bear in mind that my goods are not trashy, auction stuff, but clean, fresh goods. JAMES FRYE, HUSTONVILLE. Clothing, Hats, Gents Furnishing Goods Shoes, Heavy Boots, Rubber Goats, Mclntoshcs, Trunks and Valises. Low. Terms Cash. Prices H. Vi; J. McROBBRTS. '4tmfm I " 4"K' ' 4 H 4mmS 41 J4 ' V I 41 V 'V, 4' W V- - I 1 '. r.v LU .--. I I Hi . If you want to lmo "a hot tlmo" at your hou-- o 21 houi-- In tho day, uso i anil not too fust; throw-- , out a stonily, Niroug pood coal. It burns and when you heat and holds llro all nl'lit. TaKo a trial (ton , order a ton you will put a ton. s clt-Hi- The fnal Thai" Ynn didn't ssu wua iiul vm Qriviii u vi pot ou rolil reception at home. it m m. KlrHpr. J-- (1 '!? yj u l ul j ii "Full Weight Every Time" llelnp one of tho thlnps wo i I W Ml are voi-- pirtlt'til.ir about. ;v III V5 J. H. BA UGH MAN & ' CO. iftf il!. Si&VsSyy4s2a i$Ei 1 j See The Lucky Numbers. Music Hoi. Ticket No. '.(). Held by J. J. Kfilplu, UUuU Stoe, Kv. M.-- . Knight Is a pros ni'i out . iiior of CYsey county. Marblelzed Mantle Clock. Ticket No. 1 00". Held by Hon V. Make, Douglas, ICy. Mr. Ii. Is nt . W. llo.Um's s: w mill lecLii.ly located uea McfCluuek. Mutt Guii ticket No. 3.03.5. Held by .1. II. lcpi-ii- , Tu ueisvtlle. M. 'A. has sorted bis section as coustablu and is well and fi voiably known. Tho list ticket wus p eu.ited Mo. id. y ;tue..ioo.i nnd all tho p izes havo been do iveied. Klpnt iiious.'.n1 tickets wo.o plvea out'io my ctuiouiurx In a .oiimiknbly short, ..lino but J. iion llvinpinau bti.o Casblei illitV,'. llocko. Io.' iho IIumo.i villa National Hank know ilio siiice.ely tliauk my hundreds of cutomurs ibiitcd. winulnp nu.ilois iiiilil nil wo for llieli wid and libc.'l prt.oiiapo f.id pledpo my iiuuro best effous to j)Ieao ilium ed botli In nuvliiy and p,- - coon any and evoiy a tlcio u.su.illv found in a rcii-er- pl stoie. pefKetp yotirovo on 1 s spa" o .iet week. T. II. N. pier, col'cl, Huston-villgot thu iii'l clock Mitiminy. Ho hrd tiio cash and spoilt It IlooruHy. Another ttuioi' goes to some ono ag. in lie .t Sntmd. v. No tickets on t '0o clocUs. They aro given to niv most H'oeial customer oeiy Saiiiid.iy. ' - wo!l-sipp!I- u. much-neede- d HUMMELSTEIN, JACOBMcKinney, Ky. Mrt A.C.Sm&, STANFORD, CEILING, METALROOFING. FLOORING, yfflBv SIDING, 77 o. VS SSSATr ov ( 1 KY. FINISH. - Farm and Yard Fence- UU'l'wUi1 - v THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ; SrANFORD. Ky., - Dec 10. 1897 W. P. WALTON. sage which tho committee on banking and currency claimed as within Its own special province. It was decided in fa PUKSlDiiXT McKiNLCY evidently be- vor of the former and shows that lieves that In the multiplication of Speaker Heed intends to maintain perthere is much wisdom, as he fect control of all currency legislation. takes 15,000 or more to say what The ways and means committee, heada concise and pointed writer could have ed by Mr. Dlngley, of Malue, Is a more said in half that many. From the lib- convenient instrument in tho hands of cents. Jake Huguoly bought of Leonard eral extracts that we give from it on tho autocratic speaker than is the comy of men would be discovered to mittee on banking and currency head- Johnson, f0 barrels of corn for which another page, tho drift of the , ment may be gathered. Very natural-- ' whom their pensions are in no senso a ed by the intractable Mr. Walker, of ho paid $1.7i per barrel. Harrodsburg currency question necessity" and he might have added in Massachusetts. Sayings. ly he deems the Good grey Jeans only 9c per y trd. Good canton iltnncl only 5c At Ed II. Edwards' sale at Moreland the most important, since his pet pro-- no senso entitled to tho bounty of tho per yard. Plaid worsted dress goods only 5c a yard. Good wool Tuesday corn In the crib brought Sl.tio; tectlve tarltr scheme has been disposed government. There are men right Told of. Ho says that gold payments must, hero in Stanford who have no more horses $20 to $13 and milk cows $1S to flannel 15c per yard. All wool 25c per yard. Hroadcloih 5G , An associate justice of the Montana $:$.. Tho household and kitchen furnibo maintained and greenbacks when re-- right to pensions fhun they have to inches wide 50c. Outing cloth o. ly 5c yard. Ladies' underskirts 25 deemed should not bo reissued except common respect, being strong and able-fo- r supremo court killed himself. ture brought big prices. cents each. All wool underskirts wortli $l Miling at 65c. Ladies' Herman Paul Schultz, a wifo murW. A. Tribblo's great show mare, gold, which would in a measure bodied, and without disease, except derer, was hanged at Mllford, Pa. t Kale Malloy, Is In foal to Nuthurst, G. capes $t each. Men's top shirts 23c each. 3 dozen hooks and eyes break tho endless chain. Should it be manufactured or imaginary. A Louisville Negro shot his sweet- and C. P. Cecil's pacer. As the mare for loc. nnpnssarv to sustain tho cold reserve, blanic-- 4 Good Comforts at .r)C. 7 papers pins for 10c. i, ,i,. c,.,.tn,.f nf thn trcn. A I'OLL of the Scmitcshowd that no heart because she smoked cigarettes. is a saddler and tho stallion a pacer, it kets, white and gray, for 49c pair. Hair piits 3c box. Available cash balance iu tho U. S. Is rat 'ier uncertain what tho product authority to sell bonds at important financial legislation can bo m-ho -cn gold reserve will go. 822d,501,79.; long or short periods, bearing a less rate , accomplished at this session. All tho treasury of interest than is now authorized by ropuoncans iavor me annexation 01 $158.0:!,787. A Chicago speculator and his son are Near Columbia, Tenn., Will said to have so manipulated the marlaw. National banks should be allowed Hawaii, except Cannon and l'uttlgrew. shot and killed Jeff Lanam, Ills ket that they can now close out Decemto issue notes to tho face value of bonds In the House, tho democrats are for with 823.000 cap recognizing the belligerency of Cuba, fathcr-ln-laannual toil mul banks ber wheat at $1 and clear $:i,000,000. or Capt. Noah Spears, a prominent citi- hold on and force tho once up to $1.2.7. many leading republicans also ital should be permitted. From an as tho rosult inal free silverlte, these propositions favor it. Of course the House will do zen of Georgetown, died W. O. Brock has bought several lots it in that matter of an accident. as Speaker lleed-tellof corn with lots to feed on, at $1.7,7. seem strange, but he recovers himself ' Horton, Gllmore, MoWilltnms & Co., The Winchester Democrat also roorts Men's Heavy Ulsters only $2.98 Men's Mine and Hlack Heaver autllcicntly to say that he earnestly as all others. His power over tho body wholesale hardwaro dealers of Chica- sales of U0 good native ewes at $.'1.25 and Overcoat with nice velvet collar, only of the special ia absolute and he wields it at will. hopes that the labors $4.98. Men's Heavy Mcintosh go, failed for $300,000. 10 mountain ewes at $1.50. envoys may result In an international Courier-Journcs at 52.49. Black fur MutTi worth $1.25, we sell now at 39c to close in discussing Thk Myatt Leach was hanged at Clinton, agreement which will bring about rec-- 1 John 13. Embry weighed up yesterfc re- Tenn., for the murder of Mine Super- day the four ar loads of cattle he them. Men's Jeans Pants, lined throughout, 50c pair. Ladica' fleece ... . to oguition of both gold and silver aai intendent J. D. Heck. " money upon such terras and with such ' Deck, T. Ribbed Vests at 14c. Men's ..make a hot fight for Congress noxt At Sioux Falls, a man was hacked to bought of A. M.E.Pence, Win.some time use of both' P. Woods safecuards as will secure the vear and that Davison will bo nomlna- - pieces with an ax by a man whoso A. Coulter and ago nt He. They averaged 1..'150 metals unon a Dasis wmen snau wui-V ted to succeed himself. That depends daughter he had botrayed. no injustice to any class of our cltl" very pounds. much. If Gov. McCrcary Is chosen A man committed suicldo in San zns The Ilichmond Hegister says that , to carry the democratic banner, as he Francisco, after writing a note saying ho president's objections to rccog-slock court day at Norris nlzing the belligerency of the Cubans ' should be, Mr. Davison's health will be he had killed his wifo at Caldwell, N. C. pens there were probably 1,500 cattle, Worth 50c. Men's Half Arctics 74c. Men's Rubbers at 50c. Misses son of K. L. WilThe is as disappointing in many quarten,as t0 bad to makehe race, bear that in which sold all the woy from 2J to 4 ci. annexa- - mn- - Otherwise he may run. son fell into a vat of boiling lard at Fox reports over 100 mules on tho mar- and Children's Rubbers at 14c. Remember we give Clocks or Silverhis recommendations for the Barlington and died later In great ket, which brought from $50 to $75, but ware free with every S25 purchase. tion of Hawaii will bo in others. ea with us TnE Sholb Xowa The pie brigade gets cold comfort In that we rau8t nntno 0UP best man for agony. tho demand was dull. Horses sold at Thomas Perkins, of Cniro, 111., ended from $1S to $S5. thn mattor or removinir tne civil ser- - nnniTrnss novt. vphp. lint nprstats t.lmt it shooting his wifo family vice restrictions, the president not on- - . .7 , ollhm.t nf ,nnril!in. a spree by Monte Fox and Wclhl bought Satursending a bullet through his day of J. C. Caldwell 205 export beeves which he ly favoring tho present law, We do not believe that any new or and then says the people approve, but promls-- l comparatively unknown man should bo own brain. at4t. I hey weighed close to 1,10. Mary West, the Lexington demi- Mr. Fox and Sam McDowell sold to uphold and extend it. ing to nominated at this critical time, but one Chenault Bros , of Madison, 55 choice On the whole the message is common who is time tried and fire tested and monde who shot Win. Wilder to death, feeders for somewhere in the neighA UIUSAXSKY A CO, l'liorimrroisa was unable to borhood of A eta. 15. G. Fox and Hlco was held in 2,000. She place and disappointing, disappointing one who has never known defeat. T. I). KAXEY. Manaiirii. give bond. sold to tho North Jelllco Coal Co , alike to tho gold standard people as it -- Advo- Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, John N. Mills, a prominent citizen of three mining mules lor $295. Lanrcnrvbuig, fynthlnnn, VonmSllei, will bo repudiated by those who hold POLITICS .m n,i n i.Kitii11. r iTiitiiwi cate. rT....i. Georgetown, KlixabethUiwn. Frankfort, nnd Mmickjort, Intl. of bimetallism, while to the principles The Kentucky commissioner of A bill has already been Introduced Senator Roger Q. Mills, of those who hunger and thirst after the cllUuro e(iyit llmt tnuch wheut wn60wii as, Is dead. in November increasing the ncroage ilesh pots of oilice will be thoroughly in Congress for postal savings banks. Tho Mt. Sterling Gazette very sensiTho railroads have been given until from W to 10.'! per cent, over l.Mt. It is disgusted with it. The whole paper A FIRST-CLAS. n.,1.,1, DINNER T i m,i.i.i looking well. The commissioner warns .. tVW. 1.. reads like a man, who is unxious to bly opposes the annexation of Hawaii. tiillJUill J , innn V. ..kJ. ti.o w.j...,. .1... .. ......1.. (.!........ .IIIU . I1..3VI (Willi. .I. Ill- ...Li. . I. .. .......i.lli... .. VI1U IIUWIIIU mmuI In a hliMf t.ti nnd luxury llmt Secretary Gaire improves Congress ment of all cars with automatic couples bits that many are keeping for pots. keop in with all sides and say nothing would iitiiki' our forofiwhurMiiul frt'nwtli-er- s man Evans' plan for a bill reducing tho and 'They Increase monthly four to six at a especially to cross'anybody. ftt.trvcau Ih IhIiI In n (lining room thai N furullii'l friiui our IiiwhImimh' Georgia, vetoed birth and are more to bo dreaded than tax on whisky to 70 cents. Un'It of Gov. Atkinson, of clmlinr room furniture Antlii rnrMl onk The Lexington Herald says it is Senator Allen, of Nebraska, intro- - the anti-foball bill, saying tho game the English sparrow. rk"li mk viuiltt? China looking rather impatiently for the duced a resolution for the recognition tends to keep alive courage, manliness lllrvli illiiii(c lilli. nnd Uwitlitir nutl cttnv MT. VERNON, mon- of Cuba's political independence. cli.nni we Iim plncvit within tho llutiiK fight, such former strong sound and endurance. n ,u h if all hy the low priiM j Imvw put ey papers as the INTWUOK JOUUN'AL John G. Woods, who was removed as Will Croot, the English oantam died on them There is talk of it wedding in tho and others were to make within the superintendent of mails for partisan from tho etTects of a knock out blow de- near future. W. W. party for the principles they advoca- reasons, has hopes of a reinstatement. livered by Jimmy Barry, of Chicago, Col. J. W. Colyer brought a number ted. Our esteemed contemporary must before a London club. Kentucky. of moonshiners hor,o last Thursday for Dr. Hunter has recommended Thom in a contest bide a wee. The currency question is John F. Morgan, the triple murder trial. as Simpson for postiunscer af Franklin, Hr.iiK'h St rc and Undortnkinr; Otitlit at not now an issue and it is useless to agjail at Kiploy, Eidor Joe Severance uilod the pul- and F. Taylor for postmaster at Glas- er, who escaped from Hustonvillo, Ky itate, even if wo had 6iich a desire, an gow.J. W. Vn., was recaptured at Walton, W. )k tho Chrlr,laI churcl, , Ul(J ul) c issue which for the present at least Dec. Jh Senator Morgan Is almost the only Va. He will be executed comb worn senco of Elder Forror, who Is conducThe Intekiok Jouknal. will a celluloid At Vanceburg ing a meeting at Brodhcad. fanever play into the hands of the repub- prominent democratic Senator who Ha- by Miss Bertie Wilson, caught fire and The infant child of Mrs. Chas. Goldvors the annexation of the leprous licans, preferring if uoeds be to yield burned otf all her hair. Her clothing, en died of whooping cough Sunday and waiian Islands. every whit of its convictions on the also burned. was interred in the family burying It is said that Dr. Hunter will not arms and shoulders were lt tnouey question to helping that party The foot ball game between the ground near tho roaidonee of her faperpetuate its propensity for protec- push his contest against John Rliei. at Virginia teams fo- - the ther, Mr. James Myers. and least any further than to get the $2,000 tion and paternalism, with other championship of tho South, resulted In Dr. Malcom, of London, Is at thu Milusually allowed contestants. almost as repulsive. a tie, neither sido being able to score. ler House. Mrs. Tilinau Gilpin is the Hon. William J. Bryan has taken Immediately after sending his mes- - guest of Mrs. Ed Woodall. Dr. E.J. crowd are mak- his departure for Mexico, where he The Huntcr-Debo- e . ,1 t .... !.!.. ing mouths at Gov. Bradley for Igno- goes for recuperation and rest. He will sage 10 congress, rruaiui-u- nis motner Br0Wi altemkl tho contest. Mr. and returned to -. tho bedside ot Mrs. W. J. Sparks liuvu :t now ilauh- ring them unu their gang in the ap also doubtless look into the silver ques- - - . . ...Ill uuu at uumon, j. ouu I10 ami ..II..,. 1..., t Mattio. pointment of committees to be present tion there. Good Gootlss at the Lowest Possible noes. NTo .Vi,.. and .N!rs. W. M. Povntur have Mr. Grosvenor, rep., in tho House, sinking rapidly. at the christening of the "Kentucky." The Payotto iiscal court has imrclina-- j ,mprovcd lhoil. r(Mldoni.0 recently Goods sold on time luit one nis attention being called to tho fact. made u violent attack on the civil serthe Winchester turnpike for 81 i.OOO, ul tney I10W havu onc of lno hundbom-leavinGov. Bradley said he had not heard of vice, as at present administered, and and most comfortable homes in tho but onc toll gate standing in faction since tho was strongly supported by Mr. Bailey, ho nunter-Debo- e tho county, the Versailles pike being1 county, whi.ro their friends always re- eleotion and if ho has ignored it he has dem., of Texas. eeivo a ino- -t cordial welcome. remaining. A nuinbcr o( (riends attended the The president did a very wlso thing tho only toll road no apologies to make nor does he beTho two days' record of Miller, onoof ,n0rning exercises at the close of the of Kentucky will when he omitted reference to the lieve that the people the riders in the six days' bicycle eon- - public suuool. Tho wee ones acquitted shod many tears because those fellows schemo to have postal savings banks," New York, is faCO miles, two themselves well In the selections ehos- were overlooked. The governor is which would be another step toward test in en uv uiuii iiusa .iuwu. lans. This is within a small fraction The treat of icuuum meats give by Prof. sweet right. That crowd Is as repulsive to paternalism. 18 miles an hour for every hour or Albrlcht was enjoyed immensely bv Following will bo appointed postmas of 48. the people of the State as republican-Isthe all. ters: W. E. Golhart at Bohon, J. II. should be everywhere. Miss Elia May Saunders attendd the Sam Crabtree, tho Lawrence county Hart at Conway, Tom Hays at MeKee, convict scut up for house breaking, contest. Mrs. J. W.Nesbitt returned ' from Junction City Friday, where she IN tho course of ac excellent article. t n Vnn.nis.i.iii of T?na ttih n.i n confesses that he murdered two of his mothor niec0. Httlo Miss Ruth on the requisites of a man for gov- - E. Carten at Langford. by pushing them off a railroad j,ert) 0 j;ow Orleans. Miss Uello Cox, ernor, the Anderson Ncwu makes this Secretary Gusto's estimates for tho bridge. It was supposed that they fell that most elliclent musical. Instructor, suggestion, which will touch a popular gext fiscai vear foot un of will give a concert Friday evening, chord wherever tho splendid young j47,88.j, of which by far tho largest item oil cciueniaiiy. Mr. Geo. Fish has been quite ill new home for tho feeble minded . rPh w.i,iin ,,,, un,in,i in Tho democrat is known: If the State do- - ig ,or or about children was completed Tuesday and vicinity of Wlldlo last Tuesday and Mr. slroa. to honor a gifted bon, one who is one.thIrd of tho whole, Superln- - Henry Catron led to the marriage altar competent in every respect, one who. Editor Walton is industriously boom-wi- ll the keys wbro turned over to will bo Miss Bello Maret, one of Hoekcastle's of-- , perforin tho duties of the otlice In ln Coi Robert Breckinridiro for attor tendent Huff. Tho, children place, wM,h most beautiful women. of Eld. Duval friends from tho same manner as a successful busl-net- u ney general on the noxt democratic moved from tho occupying since tho Ho,otcd. A numbor this place attended. Tho happy coup man conducts ills private affairs, State tieket. Tho Stanford JOURNAL they have been & this month. , le boarded the noon train to visit rcla-- ' against whom the most bitter republi- is a mighty good booker to count on In ilro a vear airo some time , vcs in oomersei ami ouicr points. The postolllco department has ruled can partisan can Bay not a word, a man a scrimmage. Louisville Post. so called '.missing letter" whose life both public and private is The republican leaders have deter- and "missing word" contests which are wjjci, 8ix beautiful girls took part. an Open book, let them namo tho Hon. mined to mako their hardest fight in being conducted by a number of pub- - Miss Annie Thompson, charming In yA jRobart Harding, of Danville. the Congressional contests in Kentucky Ushers. All newspaper and poriodl- - her girlish simp icity recited ".The Bluck Hoi'so nnd Hia Hlilur;" Miss a Thk recommendation of Seerotary next year in the 3d, 5th, 8th and tith cals containing nrtvnrtUements of this Httttlo Adams recited mot touehlngly 3 and probably tho 10th districts. Tho character are forbidden transmission "The Surrender of Quebec;" Miss Joel G&go for currency reform is so corapll-cuto- d HY Colyer won great praise by the charmand cumbersome that it will not democrats had a plurality in .nil these in the malls. "Mala-hide;- " ing way in which she spoko even bo undcrstood; much less adopt- districts this Fall, but tho margin is so Miss Fannie Mulllns won the suggestion of a new depart- small that the republicans think they ed. The FHRM AND TRADE. medal by tho skilful manner In which ment to bo known as the redemption have a good chance to win. she rendered "The Fall of Lexington " W. T. Dishon cold to J. K. Christian Tho touching manner In which Miss John B. Thompson tells the Courier-Journdivision, is in keeping with the party fL which believes thut every ueinbor of Ottyo Brown spoko "Nobody's Child" that ho will run for Congress & Co. 57 turkeys, 042 pounds, at 7c. to while the it should bo on the government bounty if the people want him and that ho inFarmers toll us that tho wheat is brought tears whomany eyes, Miss Faneamo last, either as an oflico holder or pensioner. tends to seo that the people of the dis- growing right along and looking well. Httlo speaker nie MeClure, fairly brought down the Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Ed H. Edwards sold to Hunn & Cof- bouse by tho amusing recitation "PurThe business of contesting seats In trict have a chanco to decide between goes on and will 60 long as a man who stands squarely upon, tho fey 40 acres of his farm near Moreland chasing a Cradle." Tho judges were Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Congress only out a short time, when they retho contestant Is paid $2,000 and ex- Chicago platform and any man who at 840. awarding tho first prize to Miss penses to do so. Thcro are 21 before sought to evade the direct issue Room Opponte Coutt-Hou- se Square, Stanford, Ky William Routt has rented Ed H. Ed- turned, and the second to Miss Thompand Mulllns this Congrcs8,by republicans who ran d in his support of Mr. wards' farm of 100 near Moreland for son. The music, speeches, etc., added solely for the chance to feather their was to the interest of the entertainment. 1898 for $200. Bryan, the nominee of his party. neots by contesting. zf-A-O-es. ' dls-wor- six: Till: Rev. T. J. Keith, of Vlnecnncs, InC, who refused a pension and returned to the government $J!K.SG which hmi boon paid him, deserves to have his name written in letters of gold and pictures of silver. Ills is the only case of the kind on record and It Is refreshing to see that thcro is one man at least, who fought on the Federal side, who is too honest to help rob the government, as thousands of deserters and coITeo coolers are now doing. Gen. Hoynton, a gallant Union general, says: "If the pension lists could bo printed, every community in the land would be gusted with its revelations. Wealthy men in largo numbers wouli bo found it. Thousands would bo revealed whoso disabilities were only temporary, and 60 loug since disappeared. A small mittee portions of the president's Mr. C. B. Sommors. of Hardin county, Is a candidate for sergoaut-at-arm- s of the Kentucky Senate a position which ho held with credit last session and we hope ho will be given the place again. There was a sort of iwow and a rumpus In the House over the question of referring to the ways and moans commes- S. M. Owous sold to S. T. of Lexington, a three-year-ol- d Harbison, harness goldlnp for 317.V Lyon & Allen bought in the West End a lot of hogs ut2!oand some butcher stuff at 2 to 2Jo. Wheat wont to $1.01 in Chicago Owing to the sad death ofou Mr. Urbmsky, we will be called on Wednesday and the brokers say it will to make a settlement with his ad ninistrator Jan. 1st. Several thous mount right along. and dollars worth of brand new Clothitisj, Dry Goods, H ots and Some brokers are predicting that December wheat will go to $2 per bush Shoes, Carpets and Oil Cloths, Lidies' and Gents' Finnishin Goods el. It went to DHc. Tuesday. will be .slaughtered to meet this remind. Seldom if ever his such an (J. D. McCarty, the Mt. Salem mer all around money saving chance been orTered. Look at our bargains chant, refused $225 for hN roadster, below and judge for yourself. Nut Goodwin tho otherilny. These prices arc such as are t tiled "unheard of" and found to be John Phelps, of Fayette county, sold to Kahn 100 fat cattle at A !10. Sterling ttuly so when you McCann, sold 00 at a fraction under i A BARCrAINSEEKBRS,ATTENTION docu-.arm- 1 News Briefly e , 1 ,i., v -h- , Fitv-gera- ld orig-pvht- le Children's Knee Pants Suits at 72e. ! s al ". ' . Gloves And Mitts, 30c, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. , four-year-o- ld v ,..,, ! Einl-nenc- o, j uumiU....l.uBUim.u. .-,. V I agrl-Stat- cs I S ; ; I air-brake- s ot clo-o- U. WITHERS, Stanford. I set-tle- Van-dcrbl- MARK HARDIN, Cah dog-ani- qa .... f..I.-.,1.- ... , Cash Dealer In Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, &c. -- .- r. .iu, I un-c- d I ! g et I Low Cash Price To ALL. 1 I m I Expert Glass Cutters. Hc-cousi- 1 g... I ! pensions-$141,2o7,- 750, ti. ( ! ti,, Window Lights Furnished In All Sizes at the Lowest Prices. CRAIG I JSSGo& HOCKEff. cSst, UODGKCAKinG I w C. M'CLARY. al Praotical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. half-hearte- ..i:i r"i mtrtsjz iu,.;. . -- . -L- Ui- -t- y-'S4'- ; i mrw z No THEINTKR10RJ0URNAL Grrcn HtnuiiiH. The intention of the postal author-Jtle- s t to change the color of the ttvo-cstumps to green docs not incut with W. P. WALTON. iiopnlnr upprovnl, tiotwIthbtiintUflg the fact that the treasury will tare J10.000 Due io 1897 year on the com of Ink by the aub.sti-- I Stanfokd. Ky., ut loir, Green Is not a populnf color rave as the garb of aimitncr. Artificial-l- y created. It l a sickly hut mid Is one of Its essential component 10 parts. Somebody lni.s said that tic fit V PKUYWAUl N V I VA N e c FACTS CVi-lo- ADOUT TEA. - When not MpaidiOS.CO will e flianjeJ. of the Mtamp when ubout to TIME CAW). m inch It to an cnvelojw. There MataaavMBMiMiaM have been cases of serious blood poisKENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION . oning as a result of this practice. The Micky subslanee Itself Is ,not absolute-lp iu. mil Trains leavn.Stanford t 7 10 ramming tl I il m and y 05 p m flrnn. The better way Is to moisten ho corner of the envelope to which the KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Jtanip is to be applied. ? m Ride y 1 I? nill i.0 I The Hat Urn ml Are Grown In India, anil Jiltn. More and more is the habit growing on America and it Is estimated that 115.000,000 pounds a year arc used throughout the world. In the far east tcaleadn. TheSlanvo.se aru inveterate driukers of tea. hot and cold, and they carry their utensils about with thent and have tea oa the street if they arc so incited. The ten hoitMu of .THjmn, wtth thii'r preen postage- Mump on an enve- praccfifl attendants are known lope looked llktt "a sunt of boiled throughout the world and n cup of the frngrnnt beverage frvcd by a dainty Alspinach on a mnrble slab.' most everybody moistens the rulelty uiaid Ith soft eyes become o birwtlikrg 1 ur-en- le JT. Matrlruonlnl Item. arm you going in suoh n Undertaker, hurry?" asked Ilostetter McGinuis of Euitonville. - - - Kentucky Johnnie Fewnoads. "I am going to old IJondcNpper to Otters his services to the iteople of West Lincoln oak for the hand of his daughter." and Casey counties. Kull itock of Cotfinsand Caskets alwajson hand. "Which one 1) S. C'ariilr. Manager. 95 "That all depends on what sort of a humor he is In. If he is in good humor A WOUD TO- I'll propose for the youngest. If he has a cranky spell I'll propose for the oldPROPERTY OWNERS. est." N. Y. World. "Whcro T. SUTTOHT, Blue - Grass Nurseries. FALL, 1897. r -- Full stocks of Fruit and Ornamental Troes Orapo Vines, Small I'rultx, Asparagus and every thing for Orchnrd, Lawn and Garden. We have no agents but sell direct to the planter, savlne enormous comrn Nylons. Catalogue on application to II. F. HILLENMF.YEK. 0'i Loxlnrton, Ky. t 1 old-tim- - The duys of superstition havu not I 2; p 2.1 " A young passed nway. merchant of IOtilsvlllc, Ky., whose doTHltO'JOII TICKKTS MM. IIAOUAUB CIIIX'KIU) TIIHOUOII. mestic dllllcultlcs buve brought him fro Uently into the courts, has sued his For any Information enquire n( wife for divorce on the ground that JOi: S HICK, AKfi'ti iuNnt, Kj. she practices the black art. II saytt he has dlFCOvered that she possesses the QUEEN & CRESCENT. power of foretelling future cvent, and Tralus ai Junction City n follow that she can clmrtn anyone at will or 4 OS p m No. I South .USTiW Nu. 2 North ' JI4Umii Injure nny person "by secret uses of ... II aipui No. 8 " "4 " rt Ma 11 pin Nu. 5 " ...It 20 p in " 10 "' of roota, herbs. .C Ml a in mixtures of decoction m " No. 9 Nolo Nm 5 and fi Jo not run Minday, 9 aiul 10 Ilcsli of animals, insects nnfl rrptllcs, quo further South than Junctlou Ully, nrlllirr with chemicals, powders, acids, 5 o they run Sunday. etc." lie charges that sh placed FRANKFORT AjjmsCIN:JATi RY. lier decoctions or mixtures In his food n till thereby caused him to become seVIA UKOItUr.TOWN. m r x riously ill; that she made nchct bag A r 12 M 2 no l.vr". Somenrt, 8'ImikiuI Illicit them with her iKivulern ani " II SI City JtS " Jet. CS'i 4 VI Arr':forxrtorn( I.r Ul 09 placed ' f, SO son I'ihc! ingrxtllents. which sh " Kr.llkloM. 1141 20 o. around his plot inc. about his bed and in 5 S 10 8 40 Arr I'arli ether places. Dlljr elrrpt MlllillJNo. N6. 23 No. St Train goln Ma. 30 " " " " " ...... " " ForalllPolnts Mouth North ......ri I 3 IS 12 Ot pin 111 urn well-know- n -- ATTENDANT H IX JAVAKKaiZ TKA KOU8H "Oh, otno fool," she replied. "How can youaay thut?" he asked. a fool "Ileoause, If lie had ixot JESTED. "WEABEIT, he would have patented the process." General Agent, - - - - Stiaford, Ky Then they bud another. Town Topics. . O. Lamiam. John I). Castlkman. UIKKCTORS. Tlie Stranded Company. F. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Hayden, Stanford They had a patent rain machine, and thunS. T. Harris, " S. II. Itaughman, " der thy could make; " ' T. P. Hill, J.S. Hocker, also they possossed that really A snow-bo- x K. U Tanner, McKinncy. W. A. Trlbble, " took the cake; J.H. Colller.Crab OrchM; M. J. Miller, MUVernon. At their behest tho breaking wavea the INSURANCE COMPANY M, U.EImorc, Stanford. hearers' oars bedlnned; oprlCKRs. . Dut t)U one eJmfnt delied they couldn't I. S. Hocker, President; J. f. Mcltobcfts Cashier ralno tho wind. A. A. McKinuey, AMlstantCaihler. OK LIVERPOOL. Chicago Journal. be-w- n "Don't what?" tiet me Into any na Hkv that. You'd bo furnishing burned steak and soggy biscuits every morning." Cincinnati Enquirer. Mlaaril Urrnt Opportunity. "1 wonder who invented kissing?" he said, after they hnd had one. So to lie CkiikIK. Mrs. Grouch I heard of a man who broke himself of awvarlng by paying his wife five eeite every time he uttered an oath. Mr. Grouch Oh, no, you don't 1 Aro you Insured ? If not, why not? Thou-sniiof dwelling and barns good ns yours FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANKOIID, KY. Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning dollar. Why should you expert to from year to year ? Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 Every year. Involving tho loss of millions of escape, Your Proporty May Bura Within a year, within a month, within 24 hour. Why should you cxpoo tho accumulation of yenrs of honest toll to lo- - by a single lire, which can destroy It In an hour ? follcltlng a khurc of your patroungo Itespectfully, Attention of the public Is railed to the fact that this Is the only National Dank In Stanford. Under the provisions ot the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability for an amount etialtn the stock so that depositors ofthls institution art secured by a fund of S.0,uu). Five sworn statements of the condition ot the Hank are made each year to the United States OoTernincnt and iu assets are examined nt stated times by government agents, thus securing additional and t satet " to depositors. This Institution originally eitaMlshed as the Hank of Stanford in lo8, then reorganized aa the National Hank ufStantord in I8G5 kikI again reorganized aa the First National llank of Stanford in lt82, has had practically an uninterrupted existence for 3.5 years. It is better supplied now wttl Includes for transacting business promptly and liberally than over before in its Ion,; and honorable career. Accounts o( individuals, fiduciaries, Brms ar,d Individuals solicited. it pol-win- s, M A . . - C IMIKIICAW.O. I A. proudly ejactilotes thu Atlanta Constitution, are really We Georgians, fur-nifch- es conceited. I'lerj' day some new triumph. The latent In that of Miss Annie West, of ThompI.IM'OIA lIIKI IT I'Ol'UT. Ilulu son, (la., who entered the Hut rrUh Win. HutiliU I iimmlttor for lilt, Kuti'ile. Pcfciiiliitit. of the best scholars of tho efr In Ki fete east and carried off the honors in I'tltxinnt in nil order of the Lincoln New Commissioner's Salo. 1 1 1 11 htiij-drol- ls (Mr-cu- Court In the iiJmve cmimv rendered nt a pronunciation contest at the ork Chaututitiu. The w ord on which tlii Niiti'iulwr tiTtu. IM'T, tln uiiilfrlgiied CoiiiinUliitii r williiin Miss" West carried olT riie prteii was ..... 1. I.. l. .... .1... .!.. . in ni.iuii tiitfci niiv i .1 III ....I.. !....... trvill llliliviin went through the word without a break HittliK U10 Hrt day of the l)vemtier term amid the plaudits of the C'hautuurjuuiM court houw .I.Nir In Mimfonl. K mII to who had gathered to hear tlm mutch, c aru Not nuqirrscd. Autochthonous tlio hlglut lilddor at public oiiior the fol- - lt Monday.Dec. 13,1807 . . The best tea se get does from China, In spite of ihr fact that it supposed to do so. India, Ceylon and .In mi supply the befct brands, uhlch are far superior to what UFeil to be shipped here i'O jcurs Tea was first Imported from China, however, nnd 2.73T years before Christ It was used iu t hi flovtery kingdom. As to milk and sugar, a Chinese or Japanese epicure would think his drink totally ruined if either m put In. They derive, a gentle exhilaration from their tea tint we hurried westerner mis. One Chluise philosopher h:tn sold regarding tea: "It Wsinpers the sprrits o and hnr1noui7.es the mind, dispels ftrtfcrfU'. and rollt-w- s :ttitrtii, thought and prevents drowsiness, lightens and refreshes Uie boy and clears the jierueptiw faculties." The rttfTcrnvo tewcrn hl.ietc stt4 green tea is simply riant the hitter Is dried more quickly and is cloatwr, not. lclng worked over o much. Ocmloii-allUonccx. tUu grtMMi tun U csjlorod with I'niRhlau blue. Tea could uot be grown In eonntrlen where flx prie iff lalxir ,i high without uiuUng a wrvy ing ell.xlr. not com I ao lassi-tud- I Oonthlrnce. The Iflanco When I wna u small boy. B&BBEB & CUSTLBMM. Farmers Co s Alice, I was given to ringing away. und rnnning .MANAOKHS, OF STANFOKD, KY. Tho Fiancee Hut you don't do anything like that now, 1 suppose? Gmnmerce Building, Louiavillo. Paid up Capital, $200,000 00 Tho Fiance I came near doing it the Agents Throughout tho outh. Surplus, on your father to oak his night I called 17,603 80 consent. 1'uck. Hy provisions of its charter, depositors are a Vv. fully protected as are depositors In National Banks, It Was. Its shareholders being held ludlvldually liable to Io..al Agent,- "Como ahead, don't be scared," said the extent of the amountof their stock therein at value the man who was managing the put- iTANKOKD, Kentucky. the parin such thereof, inItaddition tu the amount Invested may act as executor, shares. ting of a wife into the second-storti trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. Tendering our thanks to those who hare entrustenough." "It's sufe ed their business to us, we trust they will continue "Yen," murmured tho pedestrian, as to do so, and we oiler as a guarantee for prompt attention to same our 'JO years' oxiierieuco In bankbroke and the lox landed upon the nje ing and as liberal accouitnodatlous as are consistent Bis nccJt, "It's JiMJsao than thut. It's a with sound banking. safe too much!" Cincinnati Tribune. DIRECTORS. J. J. Williams, Jit. Vernon; The Connt la Shy. W. 11. Cummins, Preachersvllle; DEALKIt JN J. S Owsley, Sr., "Yeti," Miid Mitt Giltington. "the J. H. Owsley, William Uooch, S. II. Shanks, eottut ii uiHib a shy muni Hut lie has S J. Kmbry, J. V. Cash, door-bell- BanMTnist jx, TxlZBBZ.,. -- y; J, B. HIGGINS, Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, y, proposed to uie at IohU It Is very amus" ing, for he wa dreadfully "So I tmderstand," replied Mbw aiywmtv. "Financially." Washembar-rawMiiL- J. K. Lynn, J. N. Menefee. A. W. Carienterj ington Star. A Lavfir lino rirt gnnlilgnt ..ru..r No. 3 N. to V.. & xli"i to centre of Hanging I'iuW, thunce with the incuiuliir of -- 111110 N. tliuiuv X. !!lY. 31 polen X. 8U W. 34 "V V. I" ftii VY. S2 jmle.V. Iliencoft. thence P. 5 iwiliw, B W. 10 tllnnee tl liolei J. It K an M)le. thence !'. JfiW 1. to Isiutiiliil ns fullim: He- -I r u lilcUnry. corner to mU , ineiii'i' v . mi ne iiii-- . ) IjiI u. a. lln.lici. with line of lisri-e- l ft M. , hanies. We might slip up occasionally ol, xvindov,or tloor. but on autochthon OUS UC.Vcr. Ilt I s)e, 1 1 ikiIh. enw-'ln- . . . . r. pih ivnle, thence . st W. tiumih, W. t poles, thence S 05 W. T xile. thence S. V. ll jhiIc.. SOW W. t IniIi- -. thencn f". at K. 20 V 30 pole, thence S. 2IV tllnnee . pob-sthence S. 44V K. 7 k)1w, thence S. 7IW K, S kIii. thence : srt K. In mU. thvnce S. sIS K- - 1" pole, theneu S. 70 K. IT iiolns, thence S. HO K. 4 jxiles. thence S.STS ' I Kkt to a ntiike. corner to Mt No. '.'. 1US K. tlK'JICO tt ixilix. . the imaging urn, inoure :. t hence 12 iwli-- .. . ST ''J . . thence V. JW imiIcx . fl X Tu inence. thence tcntlni; the llnnglng llorkand with I hi,? of Xo 2 X. 2T '.. CO pole to the liegln-itng, containing Ono Hundred, and Ton Acres. Second parcel I Ixmiuled n follow: la thu centre of the Lancaster and IliuivHIo pise, thence nltli centre of same X. 30 W. 12 Jsile. N". 31 W. 14 pole, thenco ihenceX. 34', l' 31 pole, thence X. K. imJc!.. thimce X. US W. 1)3 pole 10 llftkt. tlnuico S. T V. 10 jMile. thence X 14 T. 13 pule 1! links, thence leaving the pike ami iiaaaiiderof the llnnglng I'ork S. C3 V. :m jmiIij. thence S. 35 W. 22 jviles S 40 V. 12 77 isiIik, thence .S. SI V. 4 iHiie. thOiu'o w. 0 iiole. thence S. fll W. 13 jxiles, thence . .V. flt W. 3 jmle 13 links, thence .. 34 J i)!!". thence X. M W. 21 H)le to a stake I'ork. corner to Xo. 4. thenci lit Miim-lii- ir ... with llao of Xo 4 S. 40 H. s3 polt to It hlllKC. comer to same, t hence S. 00 r 02 pole to a liloknrv. corner to No--. Sand 4, thence S. s V.. 1 I jsile to the liegliinlng, 1 t5- - ... Coiitaiiiiiir no AcrcH. roiistltntc a I'arui way slgnaH ore plnrl in thin inThe richest town in the United States stance ly tho word on either aide. Is 1! rook tie. near Itoston. Its popula- "In" and "Out," and arc operated Iry tion is 17,000, nnd valuation $ti0,000,000, the nicely adjusted levers iudlcutcd. at ndnrA. the txtftoin w Che yet it is governed through tho typical convouleut In many way, for This it if the New England towu meeting. It has a mistress of the house goes awny !ic is public library containing IS.CfiO vol- not obliged to notify tier maid, and if umes, a $300,000 high school, n $100,000 she does not want to receive, callers the free bathlug establishment, nnd spends little signal serves the same purpose. $100,000 a year on its parks nnd streets. Itoston wouJd glndly Slftr-raTt 1 annex it, but Urookline prefers to gt on as it is, combining city Ufe with the pleasures of the country, and ilo council on the metropolitan plan. -- The wonders erf the teJcphono uovivr censo. Tito hUest brought to the ut toutJoti of the New York Kleftrical Engineer Is the hypnotizing of a joung boy througli the medium of the telephone at Houston, Tux. It is nccd!is to surml.M.', adds the Engineer, Uiat the subject was a pronounced cataleptic; but the fact brought to light would seem to indicate more strongly than ever tho uccvslty for a stringent law ngalnat the promiscuous practice of hypnotizing. The Engineer doa mt imtuglno that many persona could hypnotically over th telephone, yet it belttiven It will be justtui well to guartl iilvuinst such practices by prompt nnd clfcctlvo legislation. boin-tlueuc- ed 11 High-Grad- e tbnt other curaMit.' Fertilizers and Coal. "You nertln't think so Just because KOUTE. , ' tlicj both ham on new clothes." .The Deal Line toand From Goods Warranted us Represented. Dtllco od Mlnlnlrr tlntlrr H1aM.I Ctvr 1 heard him tell her she "Jo; but Malr Street, opposite Elmore's Store, flir Hull Tnblr. TOLEDO AND DETROIT to be put under looked Stanford, Kentucky. Orancrfathers' clock, for the. bnftway a gluws. jiretty enough llhnde.,, JXjtroit Prec Press. All Points In Michigan. Cir undeniably beautiful unit will oeve-J. L. TOTTEN. Sa tSMAM. Ur Srvrn. given up by penon who fpreHte BrvakltiK CHICAGO. Patient (bal pay) What Is ray the harmoniously nrt!.tlo. but thrr we "White City Special." a great many families In which thede-slr- o doctor? Best Terminal Station. Physician My friend, my advice to How Are Your Kidneys? for the new outweighs eryhlug ST. LOUIS. you is to poy all your debts and prejwire else. Avoiding the Tunnel DR. HOBBS Intsnch a hourhold this utthpie nov- for tho end. Philadelphia North Atner- elty will find a welcome. It is not large BOSTON. SPARAGUS KIDNEY enough to ttaiul ou tlw floor arul miwt Wagner SleeplugJCars. Sow Thry Don't Speak. be totiotifl on the hall table. Tt rs n Maud That horrid Mrs. Smith said I PILLS NEW YORK. mlnlnture railway signal carried out in looked thirty ButTet Parlor ICars, Wagner Sleeping Cars, Prir , HIT! CCBED TH0CS1SD3 Of polished oak, with nlnkol or silver Kthel rllow perfectly ubsurdj Compartment Cars, Elegant Coaches and Din mountings. On one. side of the post is ing Cars. Maud (elated) Kninkly, now, how WaMlr lUftlrc. a clock aiKt on the of her N a barom-etor- , 4d doyoti thinH I )ok? wwaa.im aaWMWamwa De sure your tickets read via "HIQ FOUB " Kidneys and l'lirirytnc ThCVJll jh!lnetheAeld answering to tho lightu on the from Urlo Kthel About forty. Ujvto-Datthe Illood bcumiitUra, m.ntl olhar Imnurltles.- e o. Mccormick, Tht-wahhenj. lynch Cure original klgnul. At tha top of tluv post Bncknchr, Mrurnlfln. Buitsliii. llropsy, MlnUdcr Troubles, Passenger Trat&c Mgr., Ats. Gen. Pass. A Tkt. Ajt Is a calendar, vvbilo running down beLirr'H Lraaou, Weuaaciii etc. CINCINNATI OHIO. fortune's wheel Is like all others, "I hare txs?n sufTerlnn with kidney trouble, low it is n thermometer. The real railyears ifreat rUu lit piic. Those nns brMo atid Admiration, gniom over on Agricultural Implements, orriCKRS. S. II. Shanks. President: J. II. Owsley, Cashier; W. M. Urlgut Teller ORiaiNAL OflNAMEWT. "BIG 4T b con-dttlo- u, I cATBa. e. That's a fact we cannot hide: Xajjy falls aad tiumjjs are gotten Kro ivfvatow loams to riJv Puck. a uciar - ti 1 imc Kit. pains in ray back and tolns for several and af txf UkVlut: one box of your Sparajf as Kid iipv PIQs can saf I am entirety recovered. I tlifnkycarTStiarajfus Kidney Pill is one of the grcateol. kidney remedies of the age. and it elves me great pleasure to recommend It." Wiw. II. Bknnutt, Prospect, Ky. "ThcxWrs you refer to were for Mrs. Mar. cured her, trareKmala, my wife. They have We cannat and aha has some of the pills left. ieak taa hleaiy" of your Sparatfus Kidney ulrwtavaamsaaMPHvT ijrfrA i fj . 1 VV Pills." Willis Gbiffik, Mt. Vernon, Ky. lamWalMaKt'S!? THE Dt.UK.GR133 HERQ Thoroughbred Suroc well-shad- ed Hobbs -- PARAGUS Kidney Pills. roil SALE AT Jersey SED HOGS, ofthls famous breed of swine in several States A splendid lot of pigs of dltte rent ages for sale. Ilred sows it specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correa- pondence solicited, .Address My breeders were selected from the best herds ol The two Tract of baud lloroutlguotisnuil Iu one compact body of llccent athletic records show that f.ind which Im uism It aitiniiaratlvol new our young men nrc &nrpassl:i tlwir well dwelling house, coniimxllc us mid in nearly every Ifots 0 himI all nwesMiry oatliullillngs In a predeces-sorline; state of repair and a good Hani and muscular performance. It lins ttubles. The farm Is well watered. Inclnd-bu- t a good clnteru at thu dwelling house. demonstrated, moreover, that the averTI10 fencing on the farm I all good. age American man has become taller The farm will be sold to settle the estate by at least one inch within the last two lluhlile and pay his debt. ol&itenccr TKitMt oi- Sai.k. SU and 13 months. The generations, and that, compared with purchaser must execute liond with approv- his European contemporaries, ho hns ed jiersoiial security for tho purchase price, been steadily growing largnr of limb, bearing legal Interest from day of salo until paid, having the force nnd olTect of Jutlg-jiiwweightier iu the scale and, most signifiand paynblo to the Commissioner. A cant of nil, longer lived. MIKIATURK RAILWAY HIOK.U. lien retained as further security. . C. WAltlinX. A new household utensil, which bears As tho maid answers the door one Master Com r U. 0. O. s DJ-ent Penny's Drug Store, BTANFOHD KY, R H. BRONATJGH, Crab Orcjiard, Ky, Tommy vHU Mather Yes. Tommy his head? i Uncle Bob shaves huir grow on It? ' his face Then why doesn't he shave N. Y. Jleruld. Itlctim'Ka. Tho Klondike, housewife, so they say. Her worthy eoune Implores. To brush tho RolJ dust from his loots Iteforu ho comes Indoors. Washington Star. A Investigate. A. S. PRICE, SurKecm Dentist, XOTffHE Stanford, Ky. Offlcaorer MclloborU' Drui? .Storo In thfJ.Owaley Uiiildlu-- the title of a meat fret, is used to make moat tender without mutilating or flattening the steak or destroying Its juices. This does not pound the ment, but cuts b piercing tiny little holes threugh the surface. A round steak can be made as tender as a porterhouse with this simple little arrangement, and thus it becomes a most economical article. It Is better to fret the steak than to have the steak fret thu boarder. Man. Wanted Cholly I say, Miss Ethel, why, aw glance at the demure railway slgjinl are you always nw giving kisses to tells her whether her mistress is nt your uw little brother? With New Sti el Bcaii and home or not. Miss Ethel Oh, 1 guess it's becnuse Is about tho climax In the way of there la no man around to take them. This household oddities. Nothiag now re Chicago Newn. mains to be duplicated for the houseOplalou of an I2xoert. hold unless it is the grip car lever, "Pa, what ore foreign missions?" which could "bo applied to shoveling "Foreign missions? 'Well, they are coal, or the sodaswnter fountain, which, In miniature, would make a good per- the sympathy thut women feel forother women's husbands." Louisville fume, atomizer. Chicago News. Courier-Jo- Vulcan PLOWS Cast Point; nho Gibbs before buying. Gouds f ') B. K. WEAREN In St SOW. urnal. The triple century run Is the term for tho latest form of athletic idiocy, nnd those who finish tho distance are called "survivors," though they not Infrequently do themselves mortal injury in : t Ky. the long strain. A woman who achieved Office on Lancaster street at Retltlenre, her 300 miles n few days ago was carried y In the arms of another cycler to u and photographed, the result showing at what fearful physical cost she Registered had earned her unenviable fame. Splendid individuals Both The latest story from Klondike is that Inst Fall's and Spring's far a mau was caught out in n windstorm. this When row. Trices reasonable. JNo cnargo lor Tho ground was dry nnd dustj crating, the man got home he coughed up $73.15 J. M. ft B. J.imOBISTS, SUnford. la gold dust. 1KL2N Dentist, StauforcJ, gal-le'r- To Keep Illankpta Freah. Not Much Aaarta. Blankets cannot be too frequently or May Her face is her fortune. thoroughly exposed to the fresh air. Fay Then I suppose her creditors Even those made of the finest wool, if constantly used without careful airing, will get about ten cents on the dollar. will cease to afford that delicious warmth and to be the luxurious coverOmlnnua. ing thnt they were whetv new. When She Why did you Iny down your washed thej' should be dried as soon as hand just when I was going to bet? possible, and the nnp raised by going He I saw a flush on your face. Yelover them with a fine and low Book. wool card. short-toothe- d Effect December 6th. Queen 24 & Crescent Route. ORLEANS X HOURS CINCINNATI TO NEW JACKSONVILLE. 109 Miles the Shortest. Finest Yestibiilcd Dtt-roc- s. CJE3 1 Miss Frocks My feet aro wet. Mr. Hunker Why don't yon put on a A housekeeper should inspect her Through PiiUmnn Service Is unu(tittllo.l. Cafo, Parlor and Observation Cars da! refrigerator every alternate day at pair of pumps? N. Y. World. ly. Standard Vestlbuled day Ooaclies. Get your tiekots via the Queen & Crescen least, require that It bo wiped out daily A Matter of Pulnt. , Houto. with a cloth wet in soda water, and "You've got a lovely barn," said little W. C. RINEAItSON, Cen'l thoroughly scoured with eouriBg sop MIm Citiman to the farmer, "but I don't Cincinnati, Ohio. twice a week. like Its complexion very well." Judge. Neglect or Hie nefnticrrntor. The Proiier tWiii. SOUTH. Trios in Pass. Agt., ""I'f .?". f'f'';T'r"""",,,,''" Ty "f!f' "w. - f- -r r jwimjh ircrifci PAID Al BRIDESMAIDS. "I should very much like to ride a wheel, only I'm afraid Vox n little too In n quaint old cemetery at Bass Har- heavy." "But, nuntle, dear, that makes no difbor, Me., lies an aged couple who were ference. At the circus I sow a. big flit noted In their lifo for their piety and their nctive interest in meetings and elephant on n velocipede." Fiicgeiule Blaetter. other good works. t Tho old gentleman A llnmlj- Stun. in his exhortation would often speak of should have u place Rood wearing the crown, while the old lady A In every choir; often spoke of blossoming as the rose. He can pitch the tunes, or hold llrst bass. After the tombstones had been erected As occasion may require. W. Ilulletln. UA. THE WINTER STOCK. at their graves with their names and KJTcotlvply Trlin-mc- il ages duly chronicled thereon, there apVn I'hfj- Kelt. Tho It IIhr Loner Kni w'tli I.nec Farmer Corufed- What kind of clams peared on his tombstone distinctly outThe winter stock is an improvement be these, waiter? on the summer one in that it Is quite lined the figure of a crowp, while on clam; Dem's little-necWaiter hers appeared the ilguro of a full blown boss. feminine in its make-up- . To make a genuine winter stock buy rose. Tho fact is well authenticated by cks, eh? Parmer Cornfcd I.ltth three yard of figured ribbon red sat- many people who have visited the ceme- Gosh I I thought they w.i rubber- in figured with black is the most popu- tery on purpose to see this wonderful necks! Puck. lar just now and cut it in exactly two sight. Crut-lt)- to Infanta. Mrs. Church Some men are ro cruel; In a talk to the convicts at the Charles-tow(Mars.) state prison, Joseph Jef- I found my husband sticking pins in baby tho other day. ferson gave his hearers some words of Mrs. Gotham Well, my husband encouragement, based on Ma observa- goes ahead of yours. I found mine e ball-player whole r.itnlr is reduced to a business (ctcI. This has been done in this country mul the idea Is being taken up in Paris nnd London. Paid bridesmaids is at term calculated tn shock the aesthetically minded, but tome who assist al tho altar lunc an eye to the main chance, goodly sums being paid to beautiful girls for their services nt fashionable marriages. There Is one belle who has earned sufficient to provide for herself an elegant trousseau by thus ministering to the. wants of brides. This girr's lffjurc is perfection and shows oil" the beauties of c.vpensivc gowns in the finest style, while her complexion is surpassingly loely and her features faultlessly regular. So run after Is she that she can afford to turn up the nose of afs disdain at any but really fairs, and it is becoming quite an honor to hae her nnme figure in the wedding report of really influential brides. There is another fashionable bridesmaid in London teully a New York maiden who earns quite a comfortable Her Bum by posing as bridesmaid. beauty is iucinnparttli'e and her figure bo fine, that the iilwrus causes n sensation wherever she appears in the rnbrs of honor. It Is no unusual thing for bar to have a doen imitations within a week. Of course the majority of the applicants are perfect strangers, nnd frequently it is her painful duty to dewedcline to appear at second-ratdings, though the price offered is often exceptional. A recent New York wedbride ding witnessed the lovely rrttended by 13 exquisitely bridesmaids, ten of whom were paid oter $?) to appear, the costumes-wo- rks of art being proided for the One occasion by tho bride's father. favored beauty, who prides herself on having appeared at EOf) wedding. Issues dainty circulars, and directly a ra.sli- unablc engagement is publicly announced forwards her prospectus to the bride-to-bwith a poodty assortment of press opinions, letters of reference, etc., being almost certain of securing am order to attend. Chicago News. ultra-fashionable Cnroprnn CiiNtom Which In llnJ-lnu- r York. I'uvor In That weddings nre fast losing their simplicity and' sentimentality is nn acknowledged fact, but of late they have daue more than that they linvo descended to the level of the funerals where paid mourners used to weep. The custom has Jeen inaugurated of hiring pretty bridesmaids and the Xt Just one short day In the pnrJen ts ours station agents, and in other capacities So we eat sweet fruit anil we pluck mlr flowers: required, in the railroad service. As We tquumlor the time at our pleasure's nefds, this branch 'of the II. & O., is of considerable value the receivers were com- When wo ought to be busily pulling weeds. Clilckjco Ilccord. pelled to decline the offer. I1IIASTIO rOMTAIUKON. Novel Editcntlonnl Prtdcct. novel proposition waq made not long ago to the receivers of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad. The II. & O. has a branch running from whnt is known as Alexandria Junction, near Washington, to Shepherd's on the Potomac river, where a car ferry Is operated in connection- with the lines leading wouth from the cnpitol. A professor of an eastern college desired to lease this short stretch of track for the purpose of educating youhgmen In practical ra II road work. In his letter ha explained that he thought there was a wide field for right and energetic boys who could be thoroughly well grounded in the practical side of railroading providing' they could be educated on n regular line of road. He believed that by the employment of veteran railroad men as touchers, the boys could profitably spend two or three years working as trainmen, firemen, engineers, switchmen, A rid of. Every time some people nsk me were going to lose money." Washington Star. Ilullilnir Uip Hcntticn. "Johnnie," said Mrs, Chafllc, sternly, DIBS FOR THE BABY, "where did you get thh$ dime I found In Two Ciiu Up MiwIp Out ofOiip Moilluui-nlxiyour pocket?" llnndl?rrchUf. "You gave it to me youwIf." It is claimed thnt the children of "1 did no such thing." whnt Is known ns the wear cheap"Yes, you did, mamma, denr. You er and more serviceable articles of dress told me to put it in the missionary box than those who are less able to uITord and the teacher hearditnenwar one day expensive ones. He that an It may. It and said I was a regular little heathen, is certain that the little children of so 1 just kept the dime for myself." the rich arc noted for their tasteful N. Y. World. dress, which is at the same time not In the least extravagant A Iroriitliiirtit. In Central park the other day there "I know," said the somewhat irresponsible friend, "that you don't be- nptwnml a nurse with the tlire lieve In signs In the ordinary sense. little children of a New York millionThey had their lunch baskets Hut d6n't you sometimes find yourself aire. which muse pre- with them, ami they wore little bibs In eireuniRMuetVJ that would nttraet your attention sentiments of evil?" "Yes." was the reply. "I do. It's one right away because they were S'O protty. of those superstitious that can't lie got They were made of linen handkerchief.!, 1 for a loan, I feel as if I, If,-- . r "VtVVt .. m. S28kr, r .-. - ii first-clas- e satin-robe- d The Chicago Tribune reports that Joaquin Miller says there are only J.OOO men and 150 women In the Klondike region locked up by snow nnd cold to pass nine months together. But the railroad companies dispute tfic poet's figures, nnd assert thnt nearly 9,000 persons hnvc goue thithersince July 17, which meanothatlhe number of people, male nnd female, in the gold fields is much greater than Miller's estimate. Tho railroad companies nlso that between S0.OOT and 100,000 persons will rush to Alaska when navigation opens in the spring. How many of these Not many, that is pretty certann. And before the erare "is finished it is safe to say more money will have been spent ln getting to the Klondike than will have been taken outof that fabulously rich region. y SSS iW 0MA VWtS. CYN1 iTmS -- O..V SmLi Ijovo of Country. If love were the offspring of merit, then patriotism would find no difllculty In showing why n country Is worth loving. But the Busstnn loxes a land that MA8HVILLE, TCNN. has no freedoui; the Spaniard, like the Irishman, loves a country thnt has no OI'l'ICIAI.I.Y KHPRK3KNTS prosperity; the Chinaman loes a land that has no inspiration; the Eskimo United Confederate Veterans, locs a land thnt hns for others no United Daughters of the Confederacy, natural beauty. Men of each f these The Sons, and other Organizations. nationalities love their home laud for no otjier reason than Stimp Four it U their own. So long as baiug 11.00 a yen. Two Samfl.es( born lu a country makes Its patriots, S. A. CUNNINGHAM. there will be no better reason to give, Srixw- Kudcctiov In Hubs wllli litis says the Youth's Companion. If pa150 YEARS' triots would make their country If the EXPERIENCE people would all help to make thrir country bettor worth loving the word patriotism would not Sometimes mean so little. It Is jKKirly worth the name If It implies no more thnn the habit of nsstiulatlou that attaches the savage to Traoc Marhg his hunting-grounor brings bnek the Designs exiled eat to Copyrights &c. garret. True, nmr ft ukrtrh and dwcrti-tloAnTonim patriotism Is somethtng more than onlPklT iv Tlnln our pplnlin fro wliclnnr mi Inrmtli in iiriiinFriiPiiuK"'""','.',"; blind Instinct. Neither Is It a purtlaan-shl- p uiiuihiu; or. ii worship. It hns been said in. dMct wrncr for urlnil t.tMi. tyrLii tuitite. without chnrc In thn there is jio such thing ns a Turkish pa triot. The Turk Is first and last a Nor Is patriotism a mere I i'??1,1?' A liMiclKOmrJr lllutrtM .""b; sentiment. It is a principle of dut ; nud It boebmes more beneficent ns It MUNN & Co.3G,Bfo!a'' New York "- WiwMngl.'ti. II f V- grows more enlightened. That will be when patriots cense to cry: "Our conn ' H Ml try. right or wrong!" and Inslut that Its public life and Its polities !inll hai nothing- lu them of which they need ,fe?l ashamed. V ONFEDERATE: Veteran. Two-C- c-- ly be-.ni- - ilSEHS - d Scientific American. ' i 3 - WH6ES OF SIN A The utilization of burnt elnys as n rontl mnteriul In meiitloneil in the last CHILD'S HANDKKItClUEK 111 It. Minaouri geologieal report us a nub uttd their pattern hnd been obtained for Joet that should be fully dlveuitiied. Sonic Nvi f. Book for Young and Old. OUR RECORD WE CURE ysjg&gg'fr' tlrst-cla- ss - - ment. To make n bib like this you purchase calloped a linen handkerchief with edge big enough togonround the child's ueek. You then cut it In. two diag onally, and from the plain portions of each half you cut out the collar. Embroider the edges of the collar until you have a pretty design and fasten upon the triangular piece aH shown on the child's neck. Many prefer to work the jlattern upon the collar before it is cut out of the, cloth, and those who are handy wit li the needle ltk to embroider a deep design upon the handkerchief In place of the scanty little one. Two bibs ure made from each handkerchfef. This bib. being thin, is worn over it henvv roarse cotton one. the benefit of the woman's depart- of the rnllronds are nlrendy tiHiiiburnf clpy for ballast In preferunee to ro U. sand or jrrmel, with pood reMilth, h that the extension of the uko of tlii mntrlftl for roadwnyn Is in roulity br yond the eAperimuntal stwye. Prof Wheeler wiy in Ms reort on cl.ij that, while it is not .o yood as touIi rock for heavy traflle of eitles, it wonil be duslrnble for country roads, when the teams are few and the roods lipht 1 can be prepared wherever tho ehiv Is, ami often by the roadside, and as th'e heavitist roads are those In clay koI!s thte may lw made to furnish tho l for their own improvement. 1 itin-teria- JJERVOUS Csti 1878 , BLOOD 250,000 DISEASED SKIN& PRIVATE "J DISEASES MEN CURED yA urn VS I zmm iU-v1 ft 2509OOQ CURED EYODHG MAN Mi -1 v i Lizzie linger is only nine yenrs Ls k SASHES ARE Tliry lnillru tr n of Our Sasihes IN VOGUE to n Pnahlon Iti-ltir- n n IS fit THE STOCK Ton AUTUMN. pieces; join the ends with a big hook and eye nt the place where you hae divided it. Now bring the. ribbon around your under neck nnd tie as a our chin, knotting it firmly there. Unhook the fastening at the back, takeoff the stock and sew the knot firmly where you hnvc tied it, so that it will not have to be tieil again. If you now find that the ends of thcar!hbon nre too long cut them ofT and save these ends tr be use! for something else. The popular length is almost to the waist line. Finish each of the ends with lace knots sewed in tho center with strong thread. You have now the very latest winter stock. Corn Son.. Use one can of corn, one 'quart nnd two gill of milk, three tablespoonfuls of. butter, two of Hour, one generous teaspoonful of salt, of n of pepper, one tablespoon-fu- l of minced onion nnd the yolks of two egg. 1'ut the corn Into a wooden bowl and mnsb it as fine as possible. Now put in the double boiler with one quart of milk nnd cook for 15 miuuies. Tut the purler and onion In a small frying pan and cook slowly for ten minutes. Add the flour and cook until frothy, being careful not to brown. Stir this Into the corn and milk. 'Now add the salt nnd pepper nnd cook for ten. minutes longer. At the end of this time rubihe soup through a strainer and return to the fire. Dent the yolks of the eggs well nnd odd to them the half pint of cold milk. Stir this mixture Into the soup nnd cook for one minute, stirring nil the while. Woman's Work. ' Cliocnlntc Illncult. Chocolate biscuits nre a novelty for n luncheon nnd nre delicious when carefully prepared. Ilreak six eggs, separating the whites and yolks. Add to the half a pound of powdered sugar and bent the, mixture thoroughly. Heat up the whites of the eggs to a stiff froth and add of a cupful of flour thnt hns been thoroughly sifted. Stir the flour In, taking enro that the "cells" of tho beaten egg nre not broken. After this add four tablespoonfuls of freshly-gmte- d chocolate. Pour the batter in little paper cases nnd boko in a moderate oven, until they nre light and thorbugn-!- y done. Boston Budget. four-in-hand te one-four- I th three-quarte- rs tf i. ( What's tho matter, dear? Clara My engagement with Charley is broken. , May But I thought you intended to the wnist. break it? A handsome sash for cwmlng wenr is Clara So I did, but the wretch wont of Roman striped silk, bordered nnd Topics. and broke it liimself.-Towedged with plnitlngs of black ISrumels net. Another of heliotrope sotln and In I'prft-c- t Acco.rU. black thread lace is knotted and looped ) west. Jones (sharply.tohlsncw 1 hope may never see tho like of that nt intervals of n font as it fall on the akirt. tlie wide, soft folds of the mi tin Experiments upon n of again. 1'arm-IIanfiwampy soil on the Myrtle Grove farm, (who .lias just kissed giving nn artistic effect. The blouse lwdice. In varying forms, in Queen Anne county, Md., have de- Jones' pretty daughter) Your desire has given rine to thcuc wtshe. nnd they veloped a new fertilizing material and has my heart's sympathy, sir. Judge. threntiMi to supersede lirltfl. ecn for a new stock for a brown and durable Ileferrril to Ili'iiilanartrm. hoimo or strewt wear. evory-daThe paint. The mud, when subjected to nn Little Benny SnyJ waist line Is very much in evidence this evapbrating process, hardens Into Liule Flossie What? season, nnd modistes predict thnt It Little Benny Why does u babj sleep will not be long before the crusty blocks. This substance, when of skirts sewed visibly to the corcrushed, has been found nvnllaWo for all day and yell all nlglit? Little Flossie Ask sage will come In style again. Already fertilizing or as the body of a paint if Life. the.ucxV ten jfowns and home gownn the usual mixing fluids be added. me mude In this manner, although the A flood Ilurifiiln. line of joining i concealed, and it is just A Kansas cdritor calls a halt in, the Mrs. Benh.im Tho paper tolls of u a step between that and the honest, sewmatter of hygienic ami sanitary wor- man who exchanged his wife for a "body." wljh the skirt gathries and scares. He holds thnt people ing machine. ered simply on to It nnj) tn9gthcncd Bcnhom The poor follow probably with a cord, thnt our grandmother-wore- . ore driven to death by takin-- too much careful care of their health, and using wanted something that could tew. N. Y. Sun. N. Y. Journal. so many nostrums. "Give us a rest," r Iv !: Household At'coiintw. All DpikmiiHm! On Illni. quoth he. "Keep your body' clentr and Keeping household neenunts Is nn af"Will you think of'mc when I am fair, if not a necessity, still of the greatcomfortable, eat a moderate supply of wholesome food, occupy yourself with gone?" he asked. an exchange. In comest wisdom, "I shall be glad to," she replied, with parison withsa3s small amount of time cheerful work, and forget all about the a sigh, "if you will make it jo.ssiblo" and labor which tho doing so employs your health." Then he went. Chicago Post. the satisfaction of knowing nt the end Two imen living at Jasper, Twin., of each yenr how the family funds have Helping iA'Uiiumtie. having quarreled, finally agreed to "Jnckson is in love with the land- gone Is the nmplest compensation. One especial satisfaction gulned from the fight it out to a finish. Armed with lady." keeping of household accounts is the "Has he admitted it?" knives, they repaired to n swamp not "No; but he cats Uiecold buckwheat ability when, or if tlm necessity arises, far from the village, says a local ext,o reduce expenditures on the outlay change, and engaged In a 'battle nuch as cakes." Chicago Becord. The for luxuries and un necessaries. is heard of only in story books. Ifot unAn Old Fninllr. money spent for food, for medicines I hear Miss Sprlngup hns marSh til one of them hod been killed ami the or for fuel Is capable oY far less reducother completely exhausted from loss ried into oucof the oldest families here. tion thnn thnt used for amusements, for Is it ho? wages or for clothing, and n system of of blood did the conflict end. He Yes; her father-in-lais 90 and accounts which will show at once where expenses can be lessened is entitled to Tho expert 1ms come to grief trgoin his wife Is 08. Detroit Free Press. respectful consideration. in a Louisiana rural town. He testified I!ralnlcH. some oxen are nearly all of one color, that The Customer I think I'll take IMitln Yorknhlrc I'ltildlui;. One cup milk, two eggs, yolks nnd basing his opinion on special personal calves' brains, The Walter Sorry, sir; but I haven't whiten beaten separately, f observation. 3t was proved that he sir. Yonkers Statessalt and one teaspoonful bakhad been keeping tally on the only ox any brains j, man. ing powder, sifted with one cup flour. team in the neighborhood. Mix very smooth. Half an hour before Not n. Good Subject. "Truth is mighty," ho quoted, "and the roast is done dip n little of the fat A recent report says thatduringatem-pcranc- e into a long baking tin, pour the pudwill " revival at Cedar Ilapids, la., ding In, and bake. Serve with the "Don't discuss subjects with which a young inai who was converted con- you arc not familiar," Hho Interrupted. roast and grnvy. This is not so rich a dish as that baked under the meat, fessed that he was guilty of a robbery Post. and leaves the room for peeled potatoes which another man has been imfor to roast. I'ucta In the Caac prisoned since lost fall. Ho was arDash Aro you still keeping boardrested. Lettuce nml Celery Snlnd. ers? Lay lotli the celery and lettuce in Hash No; they're keeping mo. Chi- cold water. Select the crfect leaves In Arizona there is a town where, of tho aridity of the region and cago News. of lettuce for the base. Cut ubout the dryness of the climate, water is j equal quantities of small or broken Patrlotium vs. Hoodie. "When war cornea to a country leaves and such parts of celery as will isoW, peddled on the streets like milk, On man for glory sighs. not do for the table, in quite small b and carried from house to house in But ho whoso head Is blggcat pieces. Mix together, benp on tho sacks on the backs of burros or pack 0ts th contracts for suppltee. N. T. Journal. leaves, cover with cream dressing. Bervc mules. from the refrigerator. May n tions s n traveler. "In this country," said tho actor, "when a man falls. If he has the strength to brace up again, he gocs'to the west, nnd .rubbing up ngainst a now society, absorbs fresh magnetism and recuperates at once. But the Englishman hates to leave his home. Ills failings nre known, and if ho remains are flung in his face." Mr. Jefferson's main idea is. right, but he is a little hard on eastcrni men w ho come sub-stratu- singing to baby tho other night, Statesman. Tin- - Yon-ke- rs .linn Who Hid. nre In vogue, and nre to tve worn of varying widths and textures, knotted, IookiI nr left plain ami falling to the hum of the skirt. A pretty model is of riuh. heavy black molie. edged across the ends with n full (ii!lti'(lruflling of black hire. About a foot from the bottom is n border of ei cam colored applique lace put on bias. Another wish is nltto of moire edged nil around with a hcant ruchiug of black chiffon. Moth of these are IS Inches wide, nnd liuw only a bunch of loops where the plaited belt fnMtcus nt Crnndmollirr. ioi I n,. a hero In Hill City, Tenn., tJi .'in rirn "vommiio In v..nr fc I in to y.ij marry ii.I where she Ihes with her parents. She CS lil i..? ViiikhAu.'-l.lk!1I!I II. i:,," mi succeeded In swimming across the rj MKK Iilii(t In tl tunUv M t U Tenncjuee river tho other tln'y nt a 'iiluro iltit)U"iicMiinti'( .i' or iiii c.iumsI I'j" itt)' rI'U .'ru. ,lit ! r rxfi point where the Ktrenmls t i vnif mwi. f lln ..uM iiifrrurrT Till f of a mile wide. 'IVio feat was made more ...it h.troiir NKW MI.IIIOU i I. i remarkable for o young a Mvlmmer by mum " I' necomplihbcd It with- r MI.M will the fact Uint she l bulti)irthnun.l, linw ,. i fiiy rv 'ij i l- t hii v i wr l,i i.niii out resting, and tilnrost wholly b b..w nr ma OCAIUMJ K In I ' I.I. i straight-forwarA.NY llltVlll.i: VK nit kw fanning. The p H ln.1 iul was niHtlr on the strength of i v r . smm!Iii M IMT'ii rs'Oi. I i n wsger offerl by I.IzzIv'h father. She A; i .s mi 'i in: i iiKAINH. is now .preparing to Mvim a mile at. tef i ii mn.. i.in.N. i .hi. iij.iiji win another wager. She has been sw Hu.ASCURFSKmRfiKTFFD nting since she wms seven yesrs old. but fchc iii'', .j. ouriril? linl ym Jntfr n M, A hnololllnclanr I'ltlN Ml 1. 1 ilfraf! Vci0jiirnri7 r A: llllt l"l iilil.i I tlm in H'P inriiili:ir. V. lnllt.Kil.tr " tl(ir' imiiM t 11 ( ltT . ""f .iv. " . il i i Mi' - " (!' .r ! u 11. 1 . in .,Mi ui"W lt ni.i-ini- rc -- . . ilrr-.- l:i . three-fourtl- w iHMikli-tnill- ln i i i . . d 1 - 1 '. "i "t iitu-iM'i:i.i:- . H:l-lt'lt- F. I I , farm-hand- 1 d y When studying veterinary selere. It wn customary for the sfRtlents to wenr One day uhiK' ,i distinctive badge. one of them whm out walking wiih some friends, and wearing his bad;:. a horse llmpetl toward them. and. b lliyr hln hs the only wearer of t'te badge In the party, stuck its m.e against his breast nnd held tip Its fore leg. On tixntntnntlon he found a lnr.'e nail embodied In tlm frog of the horse' foot. 11,10 animal had previously i nml.T trwitmeiit at the vatcrlnurv hoi -- "rd L!l I purl., me I . "T'-i W ft- i f 1 -- In" 'am-i- ii.-j-. dKEMNEDYS KERGAN l?2 W. FOURTH STRECT. CINCINNATI, O. tn Sol Ta;.lM II NT I If un.i1 I. ft t frt. I I.T I IH ! .all. writ- i ' IiiMU Mi o.V-'- l (r - ot S33SMaMM3PtS&$ ' fj ' bi-i-- pltal. IX)1, IlATIM TO ClHCACJO. The Mo-- i oon Iloute announces holiday fan-- - o , IMiluta North. 'J'hu Muntin r.out.-- wi,.w liui?u ttbtrbrtltttl'tt'tbHto rptftlftjffjttjttitttrIt:; tjyi n .iHSfvyn4titjttif! ft : God.-r-Ilrook- lyn ChicuL'o. iri out with UhrlstmiiM Thoy. will Now Yonr offorlngrt. tickotrf to Chicago and return Louisville on Ueoombur 2t, 2.r nnd if 4 tO Til "!.'T xl r t: :: : "" """"' : '.mii.i. iisniiiiii and hcll from .'list 4, f lto itttrjtrjtrit;; o, J itt? JJtt VSFWwWl otjttfTljflijS oVTVWj .rtrT-)t ,, ljllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllt. stlT and jnnutiry 1st, nmiuni to.ianuary 'h 'r "T S nlsntii nil iir.ii.tu vn!li.)in1 l.v" 'tltfttt.Us own and connecting llnoi in In- -' oWWwwi tholr dluna, Illinois and Ohio on samo dntcu d regular otio way :: at one and faros for tho round rip. Time folders, tftttftftrfts of trains and fuller I nlormallon cheer-- 1 :: T T T T full v furtiUhcd on Idresslug K. II. Un- con, dintriut passenger ajjont, Louis :: nn oltrlrlH ono-thir- vllle, Ky. Do & K. 11. Uncon, U. V. A. w to-da- y. one-hal- to-da- I'LAV C'AltDS? Tho Cheii-peak:: Ohio Uy. has just issued a very handsome playing card to advei t ? Use its famous I' . V. V. trains. These , cards aro of tho Ilnest make and quail-- 1 J ty. lly special arrangements with tho ; manufacturers, a small chargo of lfi j cents jmr deck or two docks for 2o cts. : ts made. Upon receipt of either of tho above amounts in money or postage, ; the undersigned will forward as many decks us desired to your address. Take advantnso of this opportunity to lay in your winter supply of lino cards at n i small cost. Geo. V. Harney, D. P. A., U. iN: O., Ky., Lexington, Ky. YOLT e ii o ? f,y? 15 be-cau- so can--to- Do YOU LOVK MUSIC? If so, secure one of the latest and prettiest of tho day, by mailing Ten cents (silver or stamps) to cover mailing und postage, to tho undersigned for a copy (Mark enof tho Big Four Two-Ste") We ure giving velope "Two-Step- . this music, which is regular sheet music, ut this exceedingly low rate, for tho purpose of advertising, and testing the valuo of tho different papers as advertising mediums. E. O. McCormick, Pass. Trallle Manager, Big Pour Route," Cincinnati, O, Mention this paper when you write. Two-Step- s p. 50-ce- nt t i fksa ijH m uJI iSU'li M -- J ; ', ,: I; ;; :: (YV ' I- 1:: i:: (VKi:: NT A3 f I io a vV r.. ",fm. II X I tlS,,,Hmmm,.?J "' KUV.NK J. IIIKII. x - j.' i. u J ! ! : : j i i : i C2y 4flEy ft H flHIwfll iJI 39 3k pt tei.e t t r talents through out "'"). Iuteuior'j jiuiiuai, n look containing coit ot patent, nodo of procedure, etc. and other r'ormatlon, rent for:1, atnmp. ourll-t.i- t ja'ents wanted, fitrvblchlarmgumt olmoiioynrponrerM. nent ulth thpHauual.lree. Wo jlad purh:ters rr procured through our iri aer. rranr'ipatents tn nil tb ofllccn irlnipalcii.tuad tn a. foreJgu rountrjea, TarM" Ifcct Patents Wnnterl. rr bavj k ii,-i- a thoy wtiih to pro-nou- iil THE WORLD'S PROCItESt. 0. J. B01-30- 7 Bailbt, Manager, PLUM ST., OINOIHWATi. Q A Be ture la nention papw. aft pfciVrf fnarimaiM 'ii "i ;rfjjy.y.- - Captl'kkd a Still. Deputy Collec A dispatch says that Editor W. G. west hy.the pinperty of Do mm. and contains 4lacres and l"rnod. Ovcrstrect, of Corbln, has skipped with tor J. M. Carter captured a largo copKnch. of said two tracts will be hold In oiih public sale all tho monoy he could raise. Ills wife per still a fow days ago, which had evItody lis a whole: tho tract first ilecrlbrl EVKKVIiODY is delighted with our alx)o wl'l be first sold, and if It does not rewill continue tho paper. idently been recently operated, on the holiday display. See It. Danks the alize a sum sutllelent to pav the debts mikI t, premises of a German named Stanford, Ky., Dec. io, 1897 jeweler. costs In this suit, amounting to 25, (( 00. HOYLK CIHfTIT Till: Globe, J. L. Frohman Si Co., then the second tract will 1k sold. And IT near Ottcnhelm. Ho did not makoH an olTort to spread ovDanville, Thoiims Mrltoborts, I'luiiiiiir, Vs. .1. W. from the sale of b.tlt said tracts said sum of succeed in getting his clutches on Watch W. II. Hrady'H store. It will er our sixth page !?25,s,1o,00 Is not renll7i'd, then tho underOticM, Ac, Dcfondunts. to tell how low E. C. Walton, Jusinim Mavacikk. he loaded down with everything jjood but his wife, who was present, signed Commissioner will, they aro bo! ling goods. Now is your declared ho had never made whisky ON MtJNDAV. JVNPAKV 10th, Isiw. lly virtue of u Judgment of the Movie lt (or Christmas. chance to buy. Court In tin above slvled ease, 'runilur-e- d At o'clock, 1. M., or therenlHiuts, lulng of the and that ho came into nt tl.o January tersn, I"!T. thereof, I will, the llrst day of the January teem of the Caro and tho host nintoriulit insure Fikkt-clas- h stock. Novelty, quality Waukkn Sc Shanks aro opening a machinery by swapping a pair of oxen Court, Lincoln the proper lllltne; of prescriptions. That and olejjanco. I'ricos strictly fair. III;'!. On Monday, Dec. 20, '97, and bestCounty at public ell to the fro 1 of t tlio way thoy uro bidder outcry, In tilled at l'enny'b Da.zling Display of Holiday Goods and for it just to be trading. the court house In the town of Dnuka tho jeweler. 'ly., Druir Store. hadn't the time to write an advortlsc-inen- t the 2 following deserlled tracts of Ian ' "or At 'M0 o'clock, !. M , or thereabout, (tit'tiiR so much thereof us may be neee .ary to pay MATRIMONIAL. tills issue, but look out for next W12 will do you right and bavo you the llrst (lav of tho Uoroinlier term of the and raise the balance, due ilxii said mil PERSONALS. lloylo I'ountv money. Coal, corn, hay, straw and wook and go and sco for yourself. Miss Nancy, daughter of Postmas- Im'sI bidder, t'ourt, sell to tho highest and alHive mentioned lifter the sale of tin .ito at pubJIcoiitervlK;forethe court cow feed. Nool Son. B. WUHp, of Richmond, and Mr. Iioiixo door In the town of fianrllle, Ky.. the tracts of land In lloyle county. Ma J. JOHN D. Hakims in said to bo Tin: last several days havo been ter J. I'lrst tr.ict described as follows: Situate In Lincoln cniintv. K., and conla"lug seriously 111. "weather breeders" In the language of Daniel C. Dcjarnett, of Bowling Green, follow lug described propel ty, viz; Wi: are agents for Straub & Co., acres, and Hiu hIkiuI at or Miss l'.vrrn: MclMimtHON Is out TWO TRACTS OF LAND ! ttiwn of'' Orchard, lying situatednea umIi Mills, fresh meal, splendid tho ancients. They were us warm as Va., were married Wednesday. "mid on Crab Miss Mary, daughter of road, .nd igaln after a long hIojjo with fover. spring and Tuosday and yesterday wore Hour and mill feed. Nool Si Son. PituiiU- In Illicit county. Ky. First tract sides of the Wilderness turnpike, the lands of Mis. I'arrls. It. 11. as follows: Sltua'te nlxnit two adjoins Charles Adams and (ieorge Miss A 1x112 KlBli, of Crab Orchard, as sunshiny. After probable showers Treasurer II. S. Hale, will bo married Jw'v? ALL kinds of toys now ready for tho the and on is visiting her brother, I. W. Fish. the signal service said it will tho 2.'(d to Prof. E. O. Lovett, of miles fromroad town of Danville, Danville the Ilelr, and Includes the lands liihcr'to. by leading from to J. V. Guest f rem his father, Jacob Que . turnpike Princeton, Now Jersey, College. Miss Maky Noix wont to Dativtllu children. Fruits in abundance and be slightly colder Friday. Stanford, and bounded on the north by the Second tract described as follows: "tn-ncandy from Dc to SI per pound at John Tho engagement of Miss Theodosia turnpike road leading from Danville to'Lan-castyesterday to visit her county. Ky.. and and the lands of William Yetiger. on 45 In Lincolnbeing same" laud conta' 'lug Hoylk county, which had so far been Lcavoll, of Richmond, to Mr. Matt convey! Mil. W.M. Moitni.ANt) and family II. Meier'. acies. and the south by the turnpike road leading from .1. W. Guest by the Muster CornmNsloi r to of exempt from tho miserable toll gatu Curry Mays, of Washington county, Is Danvlllo to Stanford, on tho cast by the havo taken rooms at tho Myers Huuso. Mlss Katk Ulain says that sho raids had ono Wednesday night, when the Lincoln Circuit Court ou behalf of II. V. Hock-eannounced, the marriage to tako place lands of Win. Vcager and Ileubeu Gentry's Karris Heirs. MlSSKH AN.Va Klilt and Lou hopes all tho teachers will come in estate, and on the west by tho second traet ' men went to tho gate on tho TriiMs. Sales will lie made on a crts t of in February, at Mr. .1. 13. Lcavell's in, herein below described, and containing 204 of Uustonvillo, aro with relatives either Saturday or Monday and get the about r nnd 12 months, equal payments, and tho Danvlllo and Stanford pike and after Garrard county. acres. 2 roods and HI oles. and belux the hero. "0 per cent duo them. land on which .1. W. Quest mid wife re- purchaser will be requlied'to cxceiitu 1,k1s y taking down tho polo told Keeper with approved surety, pavuhle totbeui A marriage with several unusual samo on January 2nd. 192. C5. W. Smith, of Flat Lick, came sided t, having force and effect of a that If It was replaced tho house features recently occurred at Paducah. Second tract described as follows: SituTin: city council raised Police Judge down to attend tho burlul of Harvey and bearing Interest from day of .tile, V,i miles from the town of would bo buuicd. Connclley poked his The groom was a Presbyterian, tho ate about Carson's Hilary from $100 to until paid, at slv per cent, per annum, .did Stone. and adjoins the tract above and the mar- and Is lxiundcd ou the north by the turn- with lien retained on the propcrH as lb assisting In ho gets In Hon of all fees and costs, head out of tho window while tho work bride an Episcopalian, LodAN' It. HlJOHHS security for tho payment tfiereof. was going on but ho was ordered to tako riage occurred in a Methodist church, pike road leading from Danville to LancasInto The store during thin which now go to the city. Hark Hardin' ter, on the south by thu turnpike road lead- cludingamount Is bo raised ly the salt. costs, 2.VU,00. it back or it would bo shut oil. a Baptist minister olllclatlng. ing from Danville to Stanford, on the east month. CHAS. C. FOX. Wl2 IlAVi: TllKM. Itubbors, overbv tho laud above described, and on the MILS. I'KAKL lti:ill was called to LexMaster Com'r lloyle Clr. Court. Tin: Boston Stars gave a most deVICINITY NEWS. ington yentorday by tho Illness of her shoes, gum boots, mackintoshes, slick- lightful entertainment almost, howevers and umbrellas. In fact, anything to husband. your feet dry. Severance Si Sons. er, at tho expense of tho managers of II. Moore was appointed postmaster Mlt. T. C. Guixr.Y and olilldrcn, ol keep tho Oora House, not a sulllclcnt numat Paint Lick. Garrard, took tho train horo for LouisTmk man who comes to court Mon- ber of our people appreciating a good Tho Watts Steel furnaces at Middles-b- o ville Tuesday. day and falls to pay for his paper docs tlii t!' to lend their aid and comfort. ro began operations Tuesday. A nice line of Huston-vlllMiss Mattii: Alcoiin, of not deservo a good Christmas and ho Miss ..laybelle Hill's singing was exTen shares of First National Bank of Is visiting Mrs. J. U. Hoglc in may not see any at all, if ho puts off cel twit, Miss Itoso Garrltz's violin solos Harrodsburg stock sold Monday at Danxllle for several days. paying his hill at this olllco much long- artistic, Miss Bertha Brewer's piano $152.50. MiMHits. GitANT Nohth and Frank er. performances and reading of a high ... Mrs. Peter M. Gentry, of Richmond, Which I intend to sell Cheaper tlinn you ever bought them. Come in and n .ike Iluuti, of tho Mt. Salom neighborhood, o( talent, while Mr. Frank G. your Mileclions before they aie picked ovei. Have bought a nice line of TliiKTY-KOl'shares of stock in tho was disinherited by her father, P. B. attended tho Hoston Star concert. Reynolds In his comic sougs and other Farmers Hank & Trust Co., belonging Todd, for marrying against his will. s him-peMlt.s. I)K. (!. W. HuoNAt'uil wenlto of the late to the estate of Greonberry Bright, comicalities was a whole show in A. D. Blain, a grand-soWednesday to buo her relative, nnd almost made tho empty scats llurlu win Do sold at auction at l. M. next laugh. Col. Robert Blain, of this county, Which will arrive in a few da vs. Doii't fail to get one eaily, as I could get onlv n Mm. Lucy Curd, who Is very 111. to soli them cheap. Drus, Toilet Ai tides and Fancy GroMonday, Dec. l.'l. Farmers Bank Si was appointed postmaster nt Dry fowMif them and expect Possible. ceries at Lowest Prices nt the nice Toilet Set to be given av iy. Wlix F. MKNUlticKS went to Louis- Trust Co. aiulG. 1'. Uright, oxecutors. s HUSTON villi:. A old Ridge, Grant county. Each purchaser of 2oc woith is entitled to a vote for the most pootilar young lad) in a course In the ville Weduewlay to take child of .John Itinearson, of the Fork, bachelJames Goode, a middle-agetown and tho lady reel ring the highest number of votes will receive the set. IJryant t Stratton lliiolnoss College. died of whooping cough Tuesday. The or living near Powars' Store, killed A okntluman from that section tells MltS. ClIAltLKH liLMtUKKH, of C. us that Miss Vosslo Anderson's school widow of Samuel JelTors died at her himself with a pistol. He left nothing and Miss Judith Cnrientur, of near Itov. W. T. H. White's in tho Hast homo on Carpenter's Creek this week, to tell why ho committed tho deed. I 'arts, aro guoU of Mrs. W. A. TribMr. Charles Wheeler Hud was to have closed with pluasiuir aged Wlnlield Hlevins, of Alum Springs, ute. went to Mason county Tuesday to see was arrosted in Louisville by Dotcc-tlv- o exorcises yesterday afternoon, after Mlt, and Mils. KMMirrr McCoit-Maci- c which tho pretty teacher and Fleming his brother, who has just sullered a Williams on the charge of breakand pretty daughter, Mlw So- F. Cummins, brother of tho county second paralytic stroke. The Holler ing in tho L. Si N. depot at Junction phia, of tho Woat Knd, were horo yes- clerk, wore to havo"boon made husband Mill is at a stand still because of tho City. terday. Illness of the engineer. It was notour Tho tlscal court at Danville has purI am now prepared to mako all kinds of Picture Frames to order from the Cheapest to and wife. Miss IIkmcx May Hlacic, who has Jim Goode, who committed suicide, chased live miles of the Harrodsburg tho Most Kxjenslve. All work done Promptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Alo en: bjon with Mrs. J. S. Hookdr omo llino, TilK I'enciler of the Danvlllo Advo- but a gentleman of tho same name, and Danville pike at $!KH) per mile. the Largest and Most Complete line of Woduoeday for hor homo In Kan-ha- s cate is advocating an electric car lino who lives on Rolling Fork. J. Bccch-e- r This Is Boyle county's llrst jmrchasc of loft Wall Paper, Window Shades, Paints, Oils, Var- tnrnplkes. from Junction City, through Danville City. Adams has resigned tho city judgeDugan, in jail at Barbourville, John Du. W. N. Cuaui will hang out his to Hryaulsvillo, and then to Hickman, ship and his father, Squire L. B. Ad- for tho killing of tho brother of nishes, Brushes Z Window Glass on tho Kentucky river, but it will ams, has been apK)lnted in his stead. Colson. has been doubly shlnglotho llrstof tho year. Ills guarded since ho threatened to kill In Central Kentucky. Handsome lino of Fine I'lCTl'KES for tho Holiday. Call and ice. doubtless prove like Old Hilly Allen will lw analytical and Tin: man Frocdman who deserted his Jailer Byrlcy. was wont to characterize such things work. Conductor Henry Butler, who forfamily at tho St. Asaph Hotel nearly a M. Mui.LlNHand family niovod horo a d d barren ideality. merly ran a K. C. train, and laid olT No. .100 Main Street, D.mvlllc, ICv. year ago, and who has since been hero, is now railroading in Arizona, . from Marotsburg yoatorday and will ocTilK supervisors npKintod by the mourned as dead by the wife he so cru- says tho Winchester Democrat. He reIiouhop. cupy 0110 of Mr. II. 1. Mnrtln'n , town to go over tho assessor's lists elly treated, has turned up in cently shot and wounded a Mexican Ho Is a carpentor. Fl VI fl il (1 feX I 9 .Pin sWMit Monday and Tuosday on thorn from which olaco ho wrote his wife, desperado, who, us a passenger, tried , Mlts.. J. H. Tl'UNKil and Hulcdaugh-torto take the train. For this Capt. Butand they will bo In session again who Is in Indianapolis, where she went ler was lined S50, which was paid by his Mamie, of .losramine, came over reasons why a do.un or more of from hero. Mrs. Freedman's letter friends. yosuwday to visit tho family of He. to hoar Stanford proorty holders should not did not state whether they were going A now Laurel county corporation, can ptlco W. S. Grliixtoud. Hought them with the Cah and am selling thorn for the Cash, U tho rouuou havo tholr property raised. Messrs. T. to live together again or not, but as capital stock $5,000. Incorporators, II. them so Low. Dlt. K. J. I Mown, Junius M. Saufloy C Thompson, It. M. Jackson and J. M. J. Foster, W. A. fribble and Geo. H. she requested Mrs. Mark Hardin and Boroing, uttempted to incorporate at and Hludsoo Halluy attondud tho con-tocompose tho board. Miss Liccle Ltoazloy to send her chil- Frankfort undor the name of tho "Kenat Mt. onion. Mr. Saulloy acted Coopur 75c Hoxs' Hetter Ovei coat...'. f 1!0 The Incorpo- Hoy" Good Overcoat dren, Florouco and Melba, to Detroit tucky Coal Company." as 0110 of tho Jmlgod. Go to tho entertainment at Walton'--SI .50 S.PO Hoy.s' Heller Overcoat...., not! Hod by the secretary of II03V Mutter Ovuicont Is generally supposed rators wero - ItltV. A. J. IMKK, of Ilrodhoad. and Opara Hoikhj given by the in tho Spring, It 1. 00 3.00 Hoys' llest O verco.'t State that this name belonged to a com- Koys Ilettc Oorcot 4!'c Mlrs Alva IMke, of Licking, Mo., who young Ladles' Missionary Society of that thoy an. Feeling that they had pany at Madlsonvllle, and that they Hoys' Good Suit Hoys' Hetter Suit :... ;c 1.00 Hoys.' Helter Suit l.uO A Is visiting his family, wore guestr- at tho I'rosbyteriauchuroh. oy' Hotter Suit....". ltsdramatlc already done enough for the children, would have to select another. Hoys' All Wool Suits, 2 pair pants t.75 11 O'Hannon's this wook. 2.25 Hoy's All Wool Suit Dr. W. reading and musical program will bu Mrs. Ilardln and Miss Beazley supBr.STON Eaktu.- - Mr. W.J. Brown, LlSTUIIKKOWSLISY, KSQ., is gutting well worth tho price of admission, be- plied tliem with clothing, c, and sent of Walnut Grove, Ky.. In remittlngfor morn- his subscription, says: Times ore so a good doal of adverlUlug. The Lan- sides you will contribute to a good them to Indianapolis yesterday ing. hard, really I am not able to tako your caster Itecord and tho Itlchniond Cli- cause by going. Stoni:. A. Harvey Stone, son of paper, but it seems that I can not do max have Ixith reproduced our picture I think the 'iNTinnoit Had Boy. - Thomas Ward, of Laurel, Mr. W. T. Stone, died Wednesday without it. tho best country newspaper and sketch of him and thoro aro more Journal" is in pursuit of his sou, Frank, whom morning at 2 o'clock after an illness of now printed on the earth. May peaco to follow. ho charges with stealing a horso and six months or more with consumption and prosperity court you in their best if who he thinks wont to Wayne. Ho says and rheumatism, aged 20. Until his ill- array. 1 HOME NEWS, tho boy Is Incorrigible and that ho will ness begun he was lineman for tho Wa" i Ho made his ter, Light & (co Co. and made his emRoyal make the food pure, Sl'Ht'lAL diamond rings sift. Danks. prosecute him fully. wholesome and delicious. younger brother rob a Swiss and ho Is ployers a splendid man. He was a mori Tltr.SSltS at half price, l'orfcct tit In the ponltentlary for It and sayii he Is al young man and by his kind disposiguaranteed. Craig A Hooker. also charged with outraging a young tion made friends of all with whom he m woman. came in contact. He made a confes HitKOitic you buy call and see Hamili ton's new stock of Ninas jewelry. Tut: Covington Commonwealth says sion and joined the Christian church 3 To begin to CUT PRICES on Dress Goods, Capes and Dr. Jamos HtfTe, who is' from this under Elder J. T. Shurrard 10 days ago Skis Danks, tho jeweler's window. that Jackets but these lines must be closed before county, and who was health olllcor of and since had been waiting patiently It's full of Ninas bargains. - ' that city, was turned down by n Star for the summons from above. Mr. ill Stone was married less than a year ago A HANDSOMi: Hue of Christmas jew- Chamber session of tho Health Board, Miss Lucy Cooley, who survives him A Hooker's. not ou charges preferred for negli to elry just roeelcd at Craig Ills remains were taken to Goshen gence of duty, but for the reason that Comi: In and soo our holiday novel ho failed to give bond and had no olllco Cemetery yesterday morning whore, Shar- appropriate remarks by ties and now books. W. H. Mel As Winter has just begun you get these goods in ample down town. The paper says tho action after rard, they wero laid to rest. is not regarded as a very clean ono and time to get the worth of them in ware this Winter. We ' POWDER n tho testimony certainly was not sulll" Hoblnsoii, a liscal court made very little Tut: Tut: wife of Dick will offer many useful things for Christmas Presents such Absolutely Pure Negro, died Wednesday night clent to warrant such action. Ho will nroirress towards freclnjr tho rest of as refuse to recognize tho action of tho tho pikes, at its meeting Tuesday. An of fever. Sc Board. olTor was mado to the Hanging Fork r low POWBCR CO., Mw YORK. ROYAl Ski: II. C. Haughman, agent,-foIN addition to tho dramatic reading Grcen River road of $100 a mllo for its rates offered by tho Ky. Growers In- and personations, by Mr. Starling L. live miles, but It has not yet been acHiirauco Co. Marshall, tho young Ladles' Mission- cepted. President G. C. Lyon, of the Your Life Shawls, Hoods, Stamped Goods, Handkerchiefs. Gloves, Opportunity b ary Society of tho Presbyterian church Uustonvillo Si CotVoy's Mill, who sold lias been TilK Towels, Table Linens, Ribbons, Combs, Brushes, Purses, sj Casey county, and S. will present a musical program, in tho road subject to the action of tho di- A 50 liarrel tlourlnp &c. Not room enough here to tell of every December inpostmaster. Miss Co wen's music class and a rectors, was given till next Tuesday to. Mill with Elevator, lino Heslduucu and stock g which G. Tartar appointed corn for sale. Mill running many little boys and girls will mako tlnal answer. In tho meantime of wheat and dUposlii),' of entire out put at ducement. Come and see for yourself. good great full time and Foil Saw. ou ItKNT.-Sov- eral Miss Isabella Bailoy will toll id being collected. Tho Danvlllo Si satisfactory prices. The plant should bo - tako part. farms. Will exchange for town prop- also play a violin solo and thoro will bo Uustonvillo, through Hon. It. C. War- seen to lie appreciated. Will bo sold ut a 3 birrnlii. Ill health foices me to quit the lctty. J. II. Albright, Hrodhcad, Ky. other features. The entertainment ren, representing President Wm. War- 111IIU111; liutslnov. Terms easv. Call on or O. O. VANAUSDALE. will occur at Walton's Opera House, ren and tho directors, oilercd to lease address, Hustonville, Ky. I AM opening tho largest lino of Friday, at tho low admission ho 7$ miles in this county ty $2,150.70 Christmas goods and candies over seen of 1W and SO cents. was appointed a comand J. B. Paxton FOR RENT. In Stanford. Como and sco them. mittee to confer with tho company. Tho Mark Flardln. Claims. Tho fiscal court at Its ses- county owns 93f of tho W10 shares In On my promises Jnn. 1, 189S,' will, rent to sion Tuesday ordored the list of claims this road and its part would of courso the highest bidder 170 Acres Land to bo Tin: Gray Gelding's business as Con- printed and Clerk J. P. Cummins lodged bo deducted from the amount. The cultivated in Hemp and Corn. A. D. gressman is so rushing that he had to llgures asked sound very high, but the Yowell, Hustonville, Ky. 81 We carry only tho best goods and sell at them in this olllco yesterday for that havo another secretary and Bon Alford purpose. The total amount Is 310, SSI. road Is ono of tho best paying ones In 1870 it had paid back tho county. In is now assistant to It. L.Davison, Mr. U."i against $14,503.12 last year. The to tho county in dividends tho full secretary. Davison's private nnd In 21) AT AUCTION. amount of court allowed sundry people who haul- years it hasits subscription times. Tho paid it back 2 bought ed for and worked on the county roads court will moot again next Tuosday C. W. Adams, who recently The Kendall House and Lot of Half Acre, out P. B. Twidwoll's drug store at uus- 85,:J30.03 and to thoso who worked like- when It will hear Mr. Paxton's report opposite Mrs. Lou Shanks, on Lower Main innvlll,, .utll nnrnv a urOCCl'V llnO in wise on tho pikes 81,58:'..12. Last year unci take action with reference to it and street, Stanford, will be sold at auction at 1 Tho same rule apples to our stock of Window Glass and Putty, In which wo have ' county o'clock la front of the other roadd, if possible. connection with it and will also have a the road claims wero $1,337.34. This tho court day, DEO. 13T1I, lb07. For Informa- best' trades only. concerning tt, seo W. A. Trlbble, attorlargo assortment of Xmus tricks. Char- year it takes 74 pages of a large record Plro caused 810,000 damage to tho tion ney. ley is a most deserving young man and book to hold the names and amounts LINCOLN HL'ILDINO k LOAN ASS'N. Knoxvillo Woolen Mills, tho largest In tho Westondora should patronize him that each man is allowed for road purTerms; Half cash; buluuco In 12 months. South. tho poses. liberally. FLOUR, meal and ahipstull THE INTERIOR JOURNAL at feed X -- exchange. Noel it Son. conn - Cas-brlgh- Cas-brigh- t. to-jla- y Clr-ru- 1 1 t -o ex-Sta- te - d t, te grand-motho- r. er . r, Con-nelle- i'd, j"1p-men- Duu-vll- lu 1 .dl-tlo- nal JUST RECEIVED. M e, CHRISTMAS GOODS, &C, EDALLIONS-CSsTl-c-o- k or-d- or lt lf n 1 three-month- d 1 j- k fi MaV8-vlll- e, W. ADAMS, Hustonville, Ky. d. PIC m spe-clal- ty mUoro-j-coplca- l A. E. GIBBONS, Bo-tton- to-da- y wmm. 1 r STEM TH. I st 1 . - W, Mo SHANKS, A -- w!mmmmmwmmmmi'm. K m Strange Proceeding ROYAI k "i too-crt- s. &AK&0 I JANUARY ST. T well-know- m BAKIM1 Fascinators, BaDy sacks, i is 1 poat-otll- oo of first-clas- s, - SEVERANCE Sl SONS. to-nig- In Drugs, boors and stationery, -- A HOUSE AND LOT court-hous- e, Uniformly Low Price PENNY'S DRUG STORE. . ' ' V L A CUT S2I!53 wA IN THE GLOBE Clothing--, CMLSftZK. ..Ax. .JK-IS- EASY GHftNCE TO SftVE MONEY. Look at Our Prices Now in Fine .4 . U 4 X Good Suits, All Wool Suit, Fine Suit, 13 Better Suit, trui-c-r Ui M - $ 5 00 7 50 - 10 00 and 15 00 Y I Furnishing Goods, Hats and Shoes. UJ. ...Xn.K3 Fine Lot of Columbia Colored Shirts worth $1 and $1.25 LWk a oiABfeccxaTs. Q now 65 cents. 3! Our $7 50 now - - 5 OOH " 10 00 now - - 7 50 Q Good Heavy Spx sold for 10 cents, now 5c. Our Tan and . Black sold for 15c, now 8 l-3- c. You Know These are Good Bargains. IhSl 4 S 12 00 now - - 10 -- " 00H Ky 15 00 now - 12 OOflB jA and so on. Xcver in the history of the Shoe trade have, you seen or heard of such a Great Cut. Call and see for yourself. SHOES. m nFine Fedora, $1 00 now -- i Z3. - WgSgSj S7FF n :r j 'Fine Ime of Fine Black and Brown, $1 25 1 50 2 00 2 50 HATS. $ 1 1 1 50 now M n nn fife, i UU I1UV 2 50 now - 2 I ooi oo 50 Christmas l - m $SS&&&3 mM&m -- Silk Mufflers, Imported Neckwear, Wool Mufflers, Something- Entirely NEW. maHm Novelties, S'tyl-si Carry Middlebiirg, Casey Co. Rev. V. ex The Globe. flgpCall and See Us Timely Warning! each, uiiv and cery person . cauglit trespassing In any way on my urcml-.esG. C. LYON, Mj farm is posted -- J. L. Fr ohman & Co. immmmimffimmmRmm 11 5i m- and Save Money. E. Foster, of Louisville, will preach day. and I Intend to proso-cut- e llustonvlllc. at the UuptUt church Sun- - A Word To You. lllalce-more- 's Got vou rshuves and Haircuts at Harbor SI ion He Is tlie slickest and 09 best barber In Cr.io Orchard, Ky. ready to staud In Mrs. Egbert's store-roos shave and haircut. All elm you a needing work should call on him. Ho Is sure to please ou. Crab Orchurd, Ky. 65 m Tho crack barber. Is now back lW-eln- ROBERT PISH, at bis old Rev. J. M. P. Sitner is holding k protracted meeting an Buck Creek, Pulaski county. Short Bros, are moving their saw mill to Burnside. They havo a contract with firm to saw out a large number of ties. Durham & Son are doing a land otlice business now. They have cut prices on their troods and arc havlnir a regu Elder J. Q. Montgomery, of Liberty, preached at the Chrlotiun church Sunday. Mr. E. C. Walton, the popular I. J. man, was here Tuesday. Miss Helen Sharp has taken charge of the Yoscmite postolllce. M. S. the retiring P. M., goes out with the best wishes of his former constituency. Henry Pelley, who shot and killed Mart Turner, at Dunnvlllo several days ago, was caught In Adair county and is now languishing behind the bars of our county jail. The Casey county teachers' association convened at Liberty Saturday. On account of the disagreeable weather, only u small hand of Casey's cducator& n, lar Klondike. SHELBY' & SHELBY, Proprietors which will doubtless bo very efficacious in disseminating democracy. W. P. Wesley Is movlag to bis father's, In town. Michael Taylor returned Tuesday from North Dakota, whero he went to look out a place. He purchased an S00 acre farm and a half interest in another largo farm. He will now raise wheat for all It's worth. Ho will nrobablv stay In Kentucky for a year yet, but Is greatly pleased with J. W. Mcintosh has the North-wesvisit to. returned from a relatives In Canada, Buffalo, Boston and other Eastern jioints. Mrs. h. S Wells has returned from a visit to rol atlves In Southern Missouri. V. 11, Coleman will spend Xmas at home. t. three-month- 's M1P3 & WANTED. To Ijtiy finall farm of JO or 7S acres. ptyioJ T MIAIHIAN, Somerset. Kv Ap EW Drugs $5 We iirc receiving ovurj' Kfif Y&A CTi; 1 o V I KH 'j" r?z &X f" Toilet Articles. You nro cordially Books And Bibles. thlnp new nt prices to stilt, vltetl tu call and see us In. ivy ITAl i m wi I Farm Exohange. Iluy and sell farm... or exehango for ... . . II..., lu. .. i... liroixirti nil kinds and idio-- , i rltv s iry hTT lurm Doptrtment u.l Manager II N ADAMS ,v HOWE. Keal litnlo Agents, Cor. 3th and Jefferson, louNWIIe, Ky. - W. B. MoROBEETS. tmuuuiM, ai'AarUKI). KY. jVij Jones, TINNING PLUMBING, J. T. & .Sji STANFORD, Is II iiiivr ICV., IVERY,FEED& SALE STABLE "First Class Turnouts, prompt attention, rery Teasonnlile ratei. A iortiou of jour patronage is 18 respectfully solicits, CRAB ORCHARD. Mr. W. E. Pet kins has purchased of Mrs. Sue Holmes her pretty little Junction City, prepared to do all kinds of I'lumhlnc aek Diamond Hoof I'umt . ToluphonO No. LOUISIZILLEHOTEL Louisvillo. Ky., AMERICAN & EUROPEAN Tho Ladies Restaurant is the finest in the city. Every convenience for ladies spending the day In the city. Gentium n's Cafe on otlice lloor. cottage on Stanford street. Messrs. Jessie Fox and Chris. shipped a car load of mules to the South a few days ago. Mr. R. II. Bronaugh returned homo last week from his long attendance at tho races. Miss Llz.le (J rimes, of Stanford, was a guest of the Misses Mc-Cluro fliflfi Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cnjnas. Headed by U. S. MODEL, IJO. THOMAS A. MULLICAN, Manager. Music - Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday hvening. wero on hand. The clothing of Virile, the, old duughterof P. F. Ward, caught fire and before anybody could reach her the llamcs had consumed most of ehc died in a few hours her apparel-anin great agony. Most of the county schools aro out. The free school at this place will eloao Dec. 10. Prof. Ford will spend his Xmas at Ills' homo in Shelby county. Tho prospects are Mattering for a good school after the holidays. Tho Mountain Echo is walling over We the uction of the Courier-Journanoticed tho London sheet spoke mighty nicely about the C.-during tho campaign and copied very extravagantly from the then boltocratio sheet. As Bro. Wutterson has said ho is a democrat and not a rud, wo may hear more of tho wailing and gnashing of teeth among tho republican brethren. Tho rads thought they had a cinch on tho l. J. 3So Jf a Coal Famine try-Ingo- Hauler ili' Or prices roIiir higher. Wo havo lieen bent tii kiep tho best grade of coal on hand for we only order fflim the be- -t mines No mean coil. Wo aro ndvNed that f A Plentiful Supply Wool-lridg- o. will now lo forwarded. Palls Ilrnuch, Ind. .Ml., and other Jollleo coals. Wo will keep L'rlatM Biimu us hist season. you In. Come and see us. NOEL & SON. KY., T. L. SHELTON, ROWLAND, Has Gone Back into the Coal Business. Miss Thomson, of Mt. Vernon, has been on a visit to the Mioses Fish In tho country. Miss Mntid Slier, of Preaehorsvllle, visited Miss S. Jones last week. Mr. George W. DoBord is having his property Improved, and W. A. Carson has had some improvements: done on his father's home. Mr. Robert Collier has rented the Haldeman k, Buchanan house on Lancaster street for next year. Mrs. Sue Holmes will have a sale of her household ellccts the ISth and she will leave shortly for.Elkton to reside In tho future. Her many friends hero aro loth to havo 6uch a lino business woman leave our town. Mr. and Mrs. John McCluro will make their futuro homo near Jellieo, and their neat little cottage Is now vacant. Judge W. E. Walker, a handsome gentleman of Lancaster, tho new U. S. gaugcr here, is a guest of Mrs. Martha Uurris this week. Misses Grace Tudor and Uallio Ed mis-to-n havo been on tho sick list for the past few days. Aa MlssGraco Is our best reporter wo miss her pretty face while she is sick. The Coming Woman. son or Klevers: Model, :o. 29.71!). tho greatest hreedlng hoc living, uiut HUNDLEY'S J.',ti'Ji, son of the Worlds Columbian Champion, Clntulc, No. 11.007. rin,i ui.AUiir., toppy young boars reatlv for sun Ice -A fow show f.lltja nil! itnmirvli f.i tik.wwl fi.wl l...r1 u.td t' iiui,ii , , for sale, This stock Is strk-Uflrswlass In every resm-ct-iv umuiNiiuMiLuniinn Mostly In lth nun K.i.i!,iiii.'iiiiii uuranieeu. uriiu vour wants or come and tered and IHiio.Onihs. well fi.np...l ,...n ... ru,B" hogs. has all iho neees-a- rt Improvebeo my ment.!. Wo will hell privati h and on easy A few fresh Jersoy Cows for sale. Thoy are good ones Also Mammoth l'ekln Duck terms. Eggs. 31 for 13. liLNTIIY IlltOS. A. V.. HUNDLEY, llox IDS. Dinvlllu. Ky . nltuiford, Ki. 38,353. 305 nsiM-rialty- for sale:. Acres Fine Land ' te '- THE mm ANT TAILOR -- H. G. HUPLEY, FIRE INSURANCE Is) Receiving his- - FALL AND f WINTER -- cioods Warranted nnd a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. wi: Aim Now- - GOODS. in OF. HROOKL'VN. ny, : AGENTS - FOIt - Caiedonian Co., Insurance . of Scotland. KOUNDED 1800. R.B.MAHONY,Agt., 6 STANIOItl), KY. TEE OLIVER CULLED FLOWS, Courier-Journa- l. o. ft m tends while Who We haved noted ubout half a dozen tho goes to thoasclub gotxl her liuOunJ woman lubr, as well tho republican newspapers that went up who looks after her home, will lioth at times pet troulilo.1 with down In health Tliuy the spout after the election and two run of appetite, headaches, will be sleeplessness, fainting Ion dizzy spell'- 'r,'o moat wonderful remedy for others that unnounce they are out of or women Is Kloctrlc Hitlers. TIioiimiiui of these rise politics. Tho Middlcsboro Herald and sutlerers from bame link and Weak Kidneys woIt is the medicine for up and call It Somerset Reporter wero the only men. Female complaints and Nervous trouble of H. D. are soon relieved oy in the 11th Congressional district all kinds Pelleate women should ineiiaeoi r.ietm keen this remedy Hitters ui the ss!em that supported Bryan. Since tho elec- mi hind tu build W. U. Mcltobcrts, uniyooc per uot- tion two moro democratic journals lo. lor sale by BTANFOKD, KY. have appeared. They aro the ColumCharles Burgess was electrocuted at All kinds of repilrlng done at reinuible rates UnuoUtcrlog a specialty, baiuuciioo giurautwd. bia News and London Kentuckian, Auburn, N. Y., for murder. - And will keep constantly on hand tho Jelll-ePalls lirauch and other best Coals and siak tho patronage of tho public. Stanford friends who want Coal cun leao orders with atJ. II. Illgglns, which will receive T. L. BllELTON. tention Dick's Feed Cutters, Hocking Valley Corn Shelters, Brown's Cultivators. Studobakor Wagons, &c. Come nnd All penonidnlrlns Iocut Poslii for plank post ud railing or wlr fincutan find what fence, wantatiiijritoronrar Cedar Crock, on tho ther nlka nailiuK from Crau Orchard to Ktunforil I Vlso keeijouhaiidaiupiiljof plank for feuclna. All lumber for hnlhllni purpose.; and uhliiKles. All persona dcjlrlng any article of Creek. Si (,. V. hINOI.imiM ustotioie i m PHILLIPS. hlco-id-l pa-se- rs Mason Hotel Iiucaster, Newl MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror . Gun and ook Smith., ice U3 when you want anything In tho Implement line. : tiret-clnB- Kentucky. a. HIGGINS Si WKINNEY. tablo. meet furnished; jEverything trains. clean beds; splendsd l'ortera go nf!rjifreismmsmm miiJmmJm ,.,, i. 10tol6jilt,mmmiif fclK I k t A iii .V ikfeU , - . piW . E ('. lliHi HI r .. 11l2l it it ', inmiitr ',, ir j'Mifi, mi LX. 3