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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897121401 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. SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1897. LANCASTER. VICINITY NEWS. fot-tli- XXVI. 11. NO. 82 Walter Forrester's Letter. Legislature will investigate the they will Hud that thoro arc nmny people committed to the asylums sane for the Iiimiiio. The root of the evil Ih In tho custom of circuit judges In allow- lug doctors to come into rourt and In- Bvveur that the subject of tlio lunucy Is In such a condition that he or quest she can not be brought Into court. Not ub-jec- HUSTONVILLC. There is going to be a Christmas tree at the Christian church and overybody will be expected to come and bring the children, Mrs. Doe Woods, our ex-M., will leave this week for several days journ in Garrard, combining business P. Fkankkokt, Doc. If tho next t, .Mr. W. pOSt-OlllC- T. Wot Is making a finht Mr. Gruon Sllur died at Williams- burg. "Where to Send My Girl to School Scsul Her lo Stanford College. -1 T P . r . i Dr. Walter Beazlcy has tcovod Into Dispatcher state that Mrs. Casslus It lias full Couri- of Ptudv In nil ilppiirtniints It 1ms tnilncd imd experienced teachers. It lms nil needful facilities for the tlioro'iph training of girls In nil gnids. It was the Curponter house on Lexington Ave- - M. Clay will ruuirn to White Hall established for the welfare and convening i uf Mnnfitul mid Lincoln count . Let nil the nuu, Thuiday. people of 'tnnford and rMnlti, Instiml uf cl' Ipit'ii their Induem e patronizing other schools, rally around the Coliejre and give It tlulr unlti d and henrty support. M. A. Arclior Inn bought Ilunlcy Jcllico In the name of a new postof- sesslon'opeus Sept. Olh Tor " Infonn.itiun call on Mr Saullev at the college or Next Singlcton's - hutchcr shop and llxtuius lice In Knox county and F. G Tlce is VM SHElT'ON. Piiksiiient. write for catalogue. mid proposoe to furnish It with the bust postmaster. with pleasure. meats Itoblnson fc Bohon sold the mules reLarkln 'helps, a I'ulaskl oountor-feltopleaded guilty at Covington and cently udvertired in the I. .1. to George it it propoed to have the Legislature and Tom Tucker. They say one ad. very long ago, In Louisville, a woman pm UuoUoye precinct In Jessamine will receive a long sentence. county, which will make Garrard sure-tnow was sulllclont, as, their mall in reply Alex A. Arthur, of Middle-borwas adjudged ulunulloandoidorodeont represents a British syndicate which thereto was immense. Lakeland, a doctor swearing thut y democratic. Lyon & Allen shipped three cars of Thursday Mr. Edward Heady and hn- - gold lields In the Klondike. was such that she could We have 75 Men's, Boys' .in a Children's Cap- ;it mc. Big line of her condition D. L. Carter ha- been appointed post- - cattle and hogs to Cincinnati Saturday Men's Boy' and Children's Gloves both Woolen and Leathe-- , Miss Minnie Ilurdutt. of Hr.Mintsvlllc, not be produced In court. ioc, e at Lungford, Ilenry Barlow ut They bought 111 head of 1,:W2 pound 15c, 25c and 35c by ma-tThe lady at that very moment was were married In the Sample Kid Gloves, 25c Men's 50 pairs visiting friends, and the llrst notice mic Judge Burnable. A license was issued Jud&on and I O. VanArsdale at Rose cattle from Thomas Smilev at lo. Thev Leather Belts, uc. worth double. All color Silk Windsor Ties. ;c. are paying 2.7.i for hogs. had of the proceedings in court was (m i,c same day for the marriage of Hill. s Reduction in Dress G i. ids 1co e'oe out tliis month. Good assor- tThe Corbln Academy, controlled by L. B. Adam, who was recently ap- - mnn-n- i ,.., !,... TV.,. . when she read of the cue in tho court m,., John D. Carter and Miss Liz.ie 71 nt is j im i . u Pfinrlt. iil if- - tl vf ul.i wviii.i iiriwi f ' iiLii(i.r the Christian ciiurch, burned lat weo.K. pointed police judge by our city coun columns of the next morning's puper. iJ0op, of Ccntervillc. Albums, Pictures, Box Paper, Woik Boxes. &c. All marked very A lump explosion did tho work. loss ci, lm3 received his commission from Mr. John F. Adams, a popular farm- She at once got a lawyer, had the cahc low. Remember vc haee three sizes of Pictures we pive you every nnd convinced a jury that or nm trader, and Miss Sarah. tbel?-',)0Gov. W. O. Bradley and is now ready IJ',,llll-iGov' refu'd a pardon to and waiting to serve you In hl line to time you buy 55, bio or S20 worth ol goods. I hev are absolutely she had more sense than her porseeu- - beautiful and gifted daughter of Mr. free. We will sell you the goods cheaper than yon can buy them Ca-e- y county, who was ttlu )liit of njd nbilUv. tors and of course went free. Some- - Win. Burton, one of our wealthy farm-- 1 W,u" Slecl-- '' ot elsewhere on the face of the earth convicieu oi carrying conceaicu ueauiy body ought to have been sent to tlio 0,.ri, WIU be married at Danville "FHx" D. Twldwell returned Sun- 11th, by Ilev. W. I. Wills, or Harrodr- - weapons. ,lny froin a h,1)t lr, Lau,.el Th(J vlsl. penitentiary for that. Linda Smothers, colored, took mor- - ble ovuonee of his success was a line SuperlntonduntGosico, of the Lake- - burg, and leave at once for Cincinnati. phine with suicidal Intent at Klch- - lpln of onnll aml two wrtd ,ui.kev. uvasui apeaKlng of Senator Funds' view laud Asylum, recently torn meui In his Institution where a perfectly on strengthening the bth Congressional 'nond because hor lover quarroled with tlu of which wore victims of our will die. by putting a republican conn-- Mei'" sane young lady was committed on perpert sportsman's steady aim. A,ler Harreiing aoout thoowner-- , jured testimony. The young lady uy ty into the I lth district, I shonld have Qurclty is getting quite a rep. among) 0, ' looiesnoi llle traveling men as a Sundaving W,SKJ. peareil to bo sane, but Dr. Goslco kept written Jackson, Instead of nookcu-,8ml(- " to Jojlt " llic- place. There are from .' to 10 here al- her for a few weeks. Then her sister tie, as his plan U to drop Jackson and Jlm H,n :l,b0 coor LTIIlllll III 1,'lllllflWlltII IN heard of her Incarccra- - put Casey In our district. Thoso con- - OlllVl' iv itlltlliiUUUi most oerv Sundav and one hntpl ifr- who had just Gov. Bradley, in his mo-ag- e to the ,)le make sjeciai ufforl l() cater t0 tlon, but was uot sure if It wus hor sis- - corned will please excuse the gross er- I have made my resolve to Sell Goods for Leglslature.wlll recommend an appro-- 1 thoIp wnntrJ a of wlleh u ,,,,,,,. tor. called to investigate. It was horror i . . . Arrangemonth are being made to run prlation for enlarging the Deaf and Klstor and the record showed that she predated oy everv "Knight 01 the , ,u,i,i,ri Insane without the lurv's ' !l number of teams from here to Ken. Dumb I istltute at Danville. Grlu." E. A. Ctilton, Alfred Parker and J. J no W fP.omeo; Hold, of Paint Lick, having seen her, on an allldavitof some Uieley IMvor. as soon as tho tide brings o A. Craft, of Loudon, were each awardshe could not lie brought, down Pittsburg coal, and haul It in until recently one of our city council-me- I will sell on 30 days, or monthly, to people who arc not only re doctor that Is here for a few days. He bus a sponsible but who WILL COME IN on the FIRST DAY of each court on account of her condition, tl'lo"t quantities u supply the market, ed a number of covered wagon mall t""" avoiding very nice cottage for rent. Judge Dm month and pay up in full. Thi course has simply bren FORCED It was further testllled by somebody charged by the high freight U rates. contracts in Western cities. the railroad, which more Deboe the name of a new postollice ton- of R0.neraUt. wllo imd boon attend ti.ni ,.. luul nruviouslv boon in an in-- ! . UPON ME in thc folio .vhg way: I have been selling on long time mines, anu established in Pulaski county, named lnjr cll.cuit c0lll.t in CabeVf where llc is '" promptly do-- . "'"" sane asylum. The sister and of course had to sell higher than thoe who sold for cash. And of charg-gatio- n in honor of the fat winded Senator. Jno. ,,pttlng.a large practice, passed tinu' nounced this ua llo and upon Invcstl-- , oai of all projM)rtlon to the rates course my friends and customer would uo where they could buy much fartlior from the A. Whittaker is its postmaster. j I"hits en mUe n0IIle pr,jay. Thc moro one cheapest. So hero's good will, the It was found that tho unfortubet goods and Rock Bottom PriThe Commonwealth after repeated LP(.a un( moWA of lhe judge the better nato young lady had quarreled with her Haralltoi, has been to ces to every body. Now watch the tur fly. Bring your MONEY futile ellorts to get witnesses dlscharg- - j,e Hlts him. who cjctod her frouilllLMboro , with you and buy roods cheiper tn in you ever saw them. If you CM.. 1. l.....ili.itt.iil tn hiit'it nlMt ), Tn...i,.n,i ed .ionn .Mcuone lor me muruer or, t t V1 .J IIMtll nn? f f IW VIIIIIU " IU want a pair of Shoes, Boots, Hat, 'Vercoat. Dress, Cloak, Suit ol ' Champ .Mullins in Madison county. was ancsteil by Shoriu" Ncwiaud on a arrested for lusanlt and battery, and ho a V J. L., hgleman ii,,ui iimi. son or a ,,, ,..i, .,,. PMi.i-- f ltl h....i .i,n.iit..i. Clothes, any kind of Groceries. Carpet or batting or any thing found i,. ls .UIIIIM!t, had.7 hcrcouitu tied as a lunate, T 'MI . ntiu iiiii.ii a.... wcurgu Minn win go to fni.mor of charged with as tj in a cheek forgery with Ed Akers in a first class store, come and sec me beiore you bvy. Please bear is tho way the law Is abused. Arkansas In a few days to locate. Jim saulting a colored school girl and has in mind that my goods are not trasny, auction stuff, but clean, fresh If the Legislature will do away with is well pleased with that country. Mrs. skipped out. A reward of S100 Is offer- on J. D. Daltoti and others, was taken goods. on the ballot, and llx It so to Somerset by Jones Baughman, who tho devices Hmma KaulTman, Misses Sallle and was deputised by Sheriff Newland. that Ignorant Negroes and white men, Mattle Blkln, Messrs. S. F. Kmbry and ed for him. Citizens of Barbourvllle were much will be shut Irom and all A. V A. It. L. Klkln got near my heart by touch- excited while John Dugan, slayer of Buck's bond was $'2o0, which was given by Mr. Dulion, who believes him innovoting; lake tho contiol of the prisons ing my stomach with sausage and backJohn C. Colson, was being taken to the cent. I am reliably informed that Mr. and prison coturaots from tho lncoiupe- - bone, the last being just what I needed. tent olllclals; and provide against the Davo Boss promised something of the penltentiury. It was though that a Buck is only 2u years old and that his number of friends of Colson who were Illegal commitment of sane jcoplo as kind, but tho election is over and he Is present intended to kill Dugan, but no name aniKui-- on the school list in the Morcland district, but he voted here lunatics, It will have put tho Stato on not likely to remember it. attempt was made. at lUe iaat election and swore he was the highway to civilization. And lit Solon B. Henry, agent for Peter and A dispatch from Harrodsburg says thin connection, let me suggest that It Burkhnrdt Monument Co., has finished entitled to do so. farm-- i that Daniel Haynes, a bo a member of any c V. AJaiu. oilers a very handsome bo made a felony to d the beautiful and vault in secret prescriptive order. That will the Lancaster Cemetery at a cost of erof the Garlleld section in Mercer, ' to,iol oot l0 the voung lady receiving buried J.'I.OOO in gold back of his stable tJie iaPKCat number of votes for iopu- busl- stop tho A. P. $1,025. It is constructed of rustic stone, in order to safely keep It. A few days EiCl.y jai.itJ , c purchase eutitles , IieNS 111 3IIUI.UI.IUl. . .. ,n. 1,, v h b ' ' afterward he dug to see If the money tho I merely suggest these as specimens , lo ono xolc There are a lb feet, solid and grate door und w xvas still there, but to his horror It was number of contestants, I understand, "Rubber Coats, Mclntodhes, Trunks und Valises. Pricas . what bills the Legislature ought to dow, stone roof aud s cc- - tr0"' . and several of the boys will go broke If they want moru work, I will iiass. Low. Terms Cash. men ted throughout. There s umplo Paragon pays th s tribute to'.huyiug votes. There will be no mull- ...... le glad to give them1. more suggestions. room for six bodies, for wheh the stono Tho ,....:JT 1 rn! ni.. . ire!iiiliu.IUu:uilu.i,.uiauUbu, """'lut...! imlliitmir cabins at the These are purely J shelving was erected. It displays su- - deserves mi iuu good things that are ,imi .. ....... bul-- 1 I have not iwen asked to run tho C0Ullt ln this IMCUUUU, but thc , . , pcrior taste and workmanship and will going: "When Somerset gives up her j to tell.' that will get it will be a nesH. but UN alwajs u lon "d erneBt desire to present efficient postmaster, she wants ,n..,1.l,.,m.n,!,allH'3 ..,..! .,u.,n .,,! .i fiiiiiriitrtiititl niixit f, ih.t l.i.il another good one in his place, and it is bride before Washington's birthday, mnt'ii ' , WAI.TKU I'OItltESTKK. . or reports on the dead quiet are not business. " SS! 11 is u icei wiue anu ii loot long. Iil!!l.v""l!i01: not every good man thut makes a good correct. The presentation will take "5 ol.... Tho Knights of the Maccabees had a .... ! CRAB ORCHARD. revival on Friday night, when live were ,nT. IUMI KJl, 1IUI1I3 uuviuua ... .,..Pl.ice at Christmas rcc cutcitalnment au bi.u 1IIU Brooks is in town initiated under the supervision of Mr. caso of John II. Catron, sheriff of Knox at the Christian church Dec. 24. Handsome Will D. S. Carpenter and Al Rusell have rui visiting his new nloco. M. F. Klkln. The Tent promises to county, who sued tho L. & N. for 'hm- - ' Dur's gwine to be trouble in de laud. V It tn.ifli-- liltM tIfli inn Itm A large crowd attended tho Holdam give an entertainment, consisting of ..v..j 1.....iii that keeps your nxim dirty, cheap If you h.ne It, ;.o on Jonu Greening, the keeper of the .lirst hour and stone-colthe next. If you'lu rather have regular, sale Saturday and good pricos were re- music, supper and installation prisoner, that a . .. Crow car with n, itoiidv. olcnn, all day and all night heat for -. money. " alized. in the near future. Tho fol- an officer may occupv the car for the nyMl Saturday that he must In a few days the happy Christmas lowing otllcers were elected to serve race of his prisoner or the car 101 m& a inn by fir11iir i J liini'ii full iiiitltkM numiL l will bo hero. Those who are able the ensuing term: It. II. Tomllnson. own race, but tho prisoner must occu nnt tv of bavin;' his polo chopped down should remember the poor with bOiao, Vt L, Walker. C: J. .linutih. It py the car assigned to his own race. . ' bl M"- - uir nod. This lias been small favor, as well as loved ones who( K. ir, A. u, Mm.kabury, Chaplain; M. Senator-elec- t . George I. I'arno uaa . . v aro nour ami iifar 10 us. -- iiicaseu is D. Hughes, S.; L. D. Shearer, M. A.; the misfortune to have ln ocnu.u i M'i. ..- .' ittct., it.i riiui; 111111 , 111a Ml poor; tho Lord Saullcy Hughes and It. E. Henry, C. stolon while visiting Loudon lust week. we hop that the ond of toll pikes in (Oi ho that consldereth tho tUt ,iAirv Krt.niT a tiitiit uf tuinil ntil ' will deliver him In tho time of troub- G.: Letcher Owsley, L. C, and captain We presume the fellow who took the) ,, , far o good, that no , r'Mta".' , li till linn hi) MUIIUVVI Sold and guaranteed by le." Psalms 41:1. .Art ttttl of tho degree team, which promises to IJUab 11(111 L'J4tl lie. 11... 4HUUHUH Mi ' Wo have been informed that we un- be one of the best in the State; W. H. Ing the political situation aud thought nniw,Hdi'" to ontnmlt such uc:imc, icij till tla uifioorb intentionally otTonded a lady here by Lackey Sontlnel and Alexander Tray- - ne was not enougn iioiiiicauy uiai. uui Hnt ..l- r1'1 having the matter hi ML 'hf wrtllng of hor and giving tho lor, Jr.. Picket. simply 7 could keen warm without his irreat 'vin tlTTv, the le- name of bur hmband without attachAn enthusiastic G. A. It. Post was coat. London I'cho. suit of .hlch will Ik; thc irceiug of " ' ''"j-'athat bolongs organized huio on last Saturday by ing P' Colson has recommended the estabto his name. While we real Ire fully Col. A. J. Tharp, department comman- lishment of postotllccs at Scalf, J. M. them, either by purchase or lease. that we are not a living encyclopedia, der, of Winston, Ky. It now has about Scalf; Haun, D. C. llaun.botu iu kiiua; still the best Informed writers of Into 20 members and will grow to 00. Jim Castell, Laurel, A. Castell; Wait, yon will neVor regret it. Never drew like Jake Hummelstein's Prices.' fox hunt rotnrrod from .1 consider it ungrammatical. There- Dillon's handsome Hag was suspended Wayne, J. S. Lurton; Bud, u, ne, J int rtrnt irt ..! tM fore tho olIiMise. n fact then draw more than the famous Aunt Jemima's Sticking Plas in tho hall and tho old veterans were Them l n great deal of moving go- full of patriotism. Tho iost was very Meadlnsv lie, Whitley b. C. .oly , c more you try to pull it off the more it tcr of whi ' ;t is ' ' ing "" '''"'' '" "wn Mrj. Martha appropriately named for Col. John K. Hook, rulaski, S .M. Hook; udr, sticks the faster." See a few quotations below: Boys' Knee Suits, J Fish will occupy tho former home of Faulkner, the gallant commander of G" McKln, Po1 big Strive and out of Abby, that out, age 4 to 6 years, Oyc. Men's all wool pants, 75c. Men's Heavy ' Mrs. Salllo Ann Hlgglns. Mr. Joo the 7th Kentucky Cavalry. Tho fol- master .. j i .. ,.:. Best Irish Ljnen Towels, very fine ' ' 'ittal Keuiu. .. r? ATTTism.o Thicks Again. M Rhlnenurt has taken rooms nt Mr. W. lowing officers were elected: Post on Fine decorated Width, per yd. Stephenson's and Mr. Elutn has mov- Commander, Judge Joe S. Robinson; S. G. Overatrect. formerly editor of the i plan' h"rp, they say. The gaino is plon 35c. Tahlc ' " ' '. .ILj and eousiats of 4oliday parlor L .;j ps, 85c. 20 lbs. Grdiiul?ted Sugar for $1. 21 m l..r ed into tho DeBord property. Mrs. Vice Commander, R. Boyle; J. Vlco Hart Couuty News, aud Ai'uuuMt-'Coffee for S2. My stock of Dress Goods left for Frankfort to Commauder, G. S. Greenleaf; Adjutant, Glasgow, Is agaiu at hla old tiloa u. n,.on .'tf!nc: varLtLs, viz: solid Jane Buchanan with white face and white tip on and Clothing L Lo.i.plctv. ..ud my prices are away down yonder out It will be red ecc her daughter, Mrs. A. Adams, who Thomas Whorrltt; Surgeon, A. J. giving worthless checks. out of sinht. Cori.e see me as your Santa Clause; I'll fix you up just is reported quite 111 of fever. Dr. ltcdd, Payne; Chaplain, E. M. Walker; Quar- remembered that while Overstreot was tail. The last mentioned are quite aui aru considered the chasers right, And let your family happy be, This coming Christmas night. of Montana, made his parents a short ter Master, James Dillon: OHlcerof the editor of tho Hart Count Noivs he pub-- 1 1 v,l.oiio from Chaserlield. If the M. Elliott pot the rjift clock Saturday and went to his Mt. Salem visit. Mrs. Cambcth, of LouUvllle, Is Day, Ansll Georgu; Olllcer of Guards, llshcd an article which caused his lath- - j ... i. .. uub.ua AbbOClatlOll home a happy man with a big bundle of fine goods. t "f Dr. Pett'is and family. dltllcultj in tho c"i . . .. .... . . i J. F. Frank, and Sergeant Major, A. nr to become oUL'Usrcd... lu a ...1.1.1. i... ...... ,iii tTirtii. I.. H..r.i wuuiii lAiiuu ucru or meir next, annual MIbb Fannlo Uedd is in Manchester. T.Dunn. . ....... ... .... j... W"VJ i.i iil mn..f 'i ki " "v-- -Miss Kittle Abiahams fell und hurt couuty. From tho time oi uis lutu- - '"' J. J. Hetsch, of tho Newport Jour- din death Overstreet's downfall ocguo "k u.,ppolutmeut lu " herself nd U JU.Tw. l.ig greatly. As ir's sp011 to tho,r bea,"tb' some nal, who has just boon pardoned by und be went steadily from bad to worse , ;lJfmUj she Iuh teen In ill health for president for embezzlement while time hor ri'Iondi nro anxlonanbouther tho until bo llually lauded in the puiuioii- published a card thanking tlary Columbus, Ohio, for a two - i iMiuulehuku. Mrs. James j.iuii now at everybody who stood by him during years' sentence, ou the charge ol iorg-- 1 uieU r'riday nignt of consumption, iius-iii- g In remitting u lino against Sylvester hla troubles, which ho says wero not a postal note. He wao paidoueu baud dieU two months ago. A daugh- ' v ' o'j county, who had the result of felonious intent. John-i- " before his time wua out, uuu aoon uiui - i usr ueui ueala o uoot with uotioid fe Miller, of Chlcugo, won tho big bicy- .i.,i ...nm..n with K.imn money, and ver. Social given by Alex Hicks Sat- cngajou .a a . fight) Gov. Bradley ( "' w"- FT""K ,,f I'l!" In Kentucky who gets cle- race. In tho six days ho rodo 2,093 6ald: "Any man and ' unl,l' ln she bought him a newspaper outfityuoa . uan a"u "guter, Janic, ' Into u iiitnculij and defends himself by miles and four laps, bolug 70 miles started thc Corbi N.iws a vei v of .TnJi.uut, a- -, xl3lilnff leTatlve. Lure, Uo ahead of his nearest compotltor, Rice, paper, which seemed lioin appearances orvos a pardon. h! . 1 t. i.Vir-'- , t Uolujj m . O.utuat ,pniintv.' unnonni tho donth nf"!U la an unusual poclmen, and ought to sillier broke all bicycle records for in be uiiildii! inoue.s a Kc,in Jjttui-.McA.aucu, tormerly of this nimllar contests. In tho six days he beeatnoiireuoiwuiKiiiif bo encouraged." Her rcui.iua .ut.rred there Is assess- only slept four hours and altogether Thcpioperty of Loulsvlllo C. C. was oil the track only 10. gave anu sKippeu uuv.-ni- iw.i that be ed at S118.000.000. 1 r. JUST THINK OF THIS. - o o, - court-hous- er t -- a 1 1 .- - a k 1 a-- 'hiNnn,! 1 - trw r - j 0, ( y to-da- - TANNER BROS., Minim. 1 se ' I ''" BUSINESS CHANGE HUSTONVILLE. ! - - .... siif-int- n. Sstrao'fc j 1 a """ l' - 11 "jlay ,,.,, ,,,..,,',,. ,,,,., rw.-vmn- n I ( W well-know- n I 1 & ! . 14 I m,,,-!,,,,- JAMES FRYE, MUSTONVILLE Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Heavy Boots, o well-to-d- o iUy much-neede- Gents Furnishing Goods .... . .....,. 11,. n-- of I hur I . I mli H. J. McROBERTS. ro-il, ! ,7 ' .... " 1 V . irzOOGYCO BURH d le-- I cere-monie-- ), J hvo I 11 1 c. l. . I ,..,.', -- .. iecl-liotb- Use Jellied Coal Falls ., I I tt 1. U '! I I , I f' rw:y ..,... blH':5ttlS.y::';fli '"' Wooldridge Etc. j. ;;. zaughman a CO. 21-ho- ur I r1 - '' f . o,ci o .t,.- 1 r, - c en a I2c. well-kno.- u id, uj I ... " 1 post-maste- r, Jacob Hinnmslstein, McKinney. vi VTAL- ROOF ING. FL OortitG, '""' - A..SIHB, I STANFORP;Ky. m 1 Sslnd ."STJ!! .u fw - CEILING, Fa,ppri and Yard Fence. v? 'r--W 0 SIDING, finish. ar,4 'j';yyTTffi;'V,-- ' t "- -t v " ' " - 1' f"Sr JVT'T i7$r4m -- " Tt?S "fe VR- - ' v . ' MontoFox, ha 3 bought 100 cattle Philadelphia had an 3300,000 lire Satfrom farmers around Perry vllle, payven urday. catching ing as high as 4i cents for some of HE INTERIOR JOURNAL!:, hich tolls of a coon the hills ina sight A mob destroyed all tho opossum on county them. A Cincinnati Southern train In Montgomery of town, but sleepy old Ilopklnsville on two roads killed five owes anil a buck for Mr. t II I P f tl I, Saturday night. nn.nns IV ikn fnnnt IV'Ifll til ..v. i u. WU1I1V3 tllV IIUIIW i. .vi E. P. Fanlconer. They were of tho DKC 14- - l$97 Mrs. Nancy Allison MoKlnley, mothSTANFORD. Kv., th:it n. live nnoasum was caucrht as hu morn- Shropshiro breed aud tho owes cost 820 presldont, tiled Sunday was making his usual promenade along er of tho each, and ho paid 8tf. for tho ram. ing at Canton, O., aged 89. the streets of that city by a mau who W. P. WALTON. of Evansvllle, Harroilsburg Democrat Mrs. John Schlauch, Till-- : NEARNESS OF CHRISTMAS? had happened to no to a prayer meet- A good crowd came to court yester to being ' . closing for Ind., confessed to hor husband lnP- - With its leading hotel T shop-liftand immediately killed day notwithstanding tho bad weather. it of patronage and wild varmints a on hand more business days bf fore Christmas and you will find Only herself with an overdose of laudanum. There wore about 200 cattle changed Infesting its streets, Ilopklnsville seems s.ivcs you time and money to come direct to " At Wesson, Miss., Charley Jones, and a good portion of thorn " to have lost out of the great wave of Mrs. Brown hands. The following private sales murdered Jons 13. Thoa 'son is petting him- p,.0SIXirlty ti,at MoKlnley says In his tho Negro who four children, was cap- were made: E. P. Woods to Charlos country.-lat- Smith and hor self interviewed very frequently of raesta,,e js sweeping the cattle at .'He; Jesse an Infuriated Orninn 20 and in each instance he takes oc- - Awukg ure,.Meaclmra,or this and other tured and lynched by C. Lynn sold 24 of same at 3.70 to 3.85: casion to say that he will see that Gov. Sl,celeg of 1n.irdllplul quadrupeds will mob. v"c Allen nt sold 8 Dycrsburg. Tonn., was visited by a Lyon McCrcary is not nominated for Con- - nJn Qtr wUh yQU ln ym. Kentucklan. Sunday night. .'1.02J and bought a bunch of S50 poundmost disastrous lire last gross if ho has to run himself. In the ers at 31c; Georgo W. Jnnu sold to .1. We have a l.ir er stock and better ua'uy The London Echo Is now printed in In loss than two hours property valued C. Lynn a bunch of calves at 815, to Kor Christm ts Bargains Cincinnati Enquirer of a few days ago ever be'ore. together with the reason we ave at 830,000 went up in llamos partially Clay Arnold 30 he calls the govecnor a straddler, who large part in Dutch or some other cuttlo at 3. 10 for loss money than ask for your the Chicago ticket in a half- - leet the average reader can not mako insured. yearlings last week, enables us to give you all y.ni could posioly While out hunting. John Klein, of and to W. il. Johnson some way, anil ()ut. Editor Uyclio spcaKs ami prims hearted, porfunctory sort ota arm on his gun at "lie; Dan Holinun sold 8 butchor cat-tl- irioncv that ho intends to put some heart In evidently as well In one language as Pomeroy, O., rested his to McCarley vV Lawou at 2H". Swlno-broaand In some way the weapon was disR the democrats of the district by giving another. & Sharp sold to Fox - Rico four oft at charged, tearing both of his arms them a chance between a stralghtout mules at 8(11.25 and bought two at 310. tho elbow. strad-- , POLITICS free silver man and the City, has Theodore Powell sold 43 1H0- jund Lcnno Wlnslow, of Kansas dler. It strikes us and it strikes the Tho Ilopklnsville Hannor Is another 2.H0. 810,000 for hogs at average democrat In this section at1 republican paper to go up the spout been awarded judgment for kidney while being initiata dislocated least that Mr. Thompson, after having since tho election. It is well. MORELflND. Long and short. Goods to imke Wraps, Dress Good , Fur Trimmings ed Into tho Knights of Maccabees. He led the party to such disastrous defeat Blankets, I om- A Knoxvllle candidate for postmasDave Peyton has bought the proper- Fancy Christmas Handkerchiefs, box Plaid bkirls, last year, ought to exercise the wisdom ter forwarded a petition to Washing- sued for 82o,000. , living noar ty of Wm. Rose and taken possession. fort? r,. i ...wl nil ..v,. Hnim-l.'l i. urnl Mrs. Rebecca Carlton, iiin. of sflence. Tho people of the district ton weighing 14 pounds and containing toweis auu vrasu, t .i:.... riKin. i:.wl "mu Bristol, Tonn., was found dead at hor After Dave puts tho tlniahing touches very decidedly that they over 10,000 names. floor. On the upper have shown Kersey, Jeans, Shirting. Shoes. &c, on lower home with a bullet hole In her face and on his purchase ho will have one of tho rin nnt. wnnr. him to renroscnt them in Suits for SO. nf the Nnvv Lorn:, in an her nolghbors are hunting day and most desirable little homos In More-lan- floor we will stll you Suits worth $$ for $J 75. $0 Congress and if he doubts it he has on- , BOod ,ntjJ ont gomo of night for horassasin. ' tv ti M'V conclusions with Gov MC- of the civil service laws, and The body of Mrs. Jam' Barney, who Mr Brown, of Junction City, who opto convince him features Creary, In a primary, expresses the hope that the present was buried" Ut Bloomington, Ind.. 37 erated the brandy still on the Thompthattheydon'tneedhimandwonthavo bo j ' ,,.ed by actIon m years ago, was exhumed a few days son farm noar hare, has exhausted his Thoi-will be no committee ma- - B"-Mm of Congress. . r n .1 since, when It was found that her hair crop of apple- and about disposed of .. mn rt H'Vir nipuiation next wiuu The Richmond Register contains a had grown to be six foot long. wl do so on his tlu output. Generally shaking, our gets tho nominal on Attorney g f Coinin0nwealth.8 A charter for tho Southern vu Men's Hats given a tremendous cut from now uneliixons will not bo much put out, as Boys' Hats 15c. merits. We leei Kinuiy uisposeu lhml1l7 f T.iojimtnn rlin i beon granted at Rich- his special brand of "High Top" Co.. has Mr. Thompson and would not y t heso Boots at Half'their value. Oil Cloths and Carpets maik-e- k J til Jan. l mond, Va., with capital of 31.000,000, none too exhilarating. things except that he perslsls in sang McCreary redeem down. to encourage raising sugar boot", and Mr. Asa Peyton has the lumber on ., the things that are attributed to him. ify engage In tho manufacture of beat su- the ground for tho uroctlon of a ""we say In nu. To bo frank with him, itton oi c. it.. " oou us gar. ... . 1 ! m n i ri front to his boarding house, op. . candor, mat no eoum ...... u ,,,...... f Wm.limsbm.,T Institute. attempted to snatch posite tho depot. This Is a .nuch needi""---iWhen a thief for tho otlicc again, nor could ho be has been accepted. Uo will probably purse from hor at ed improvement. The piece of land elected if nominated. A great many become assistant secretary of State Mrs. Paul line of CHRISTMAS GOODS. Evansvllle, Ind., she dealt him a blow bought by Hon. B. B. King near tho Is called to our large, bright, new democrats voted fo- him under protest January I. Secretary GulTcy is said to down. section house, will in all probability Every article brand new. The latest improved toys, &c, to please in tho face which knocked him last year, who say that nothing, not have Congressional designs. She then held him until anolllcercame bo used as the site for a small planing both o'd and younrt'. Don't forget we give a handsome Present with allegiance, would mako even party for him. mill with all appliances nocessary for every 2j woJth of goods. Call on us fjr every thing you need in them do It again. In this connection Three children of John Keller, of a small plant together with custom News Briefly Told the following from the Owcnsboro Mesour line and we will guarantee satisfnetior Jessamine, have died of diphtheria grinding etc. Tho 40 acres Hunn senger, edited by National CommitteeA Chicago man killed his wife and during the last few days aud the fourth ColVey purchased of Mr. Edwards will man Urey Woodson, an original free committed suicide. Is dangerously ill. There aro many be sown in grass and utilized for pasappropriate: John B. silver man, is A child with a full set of teeth was cases of that disease In tho Eastern ture as it has plenty of pure water and Thompson, who was defeated for Con- born at Salem, Ind. portion of tho county. verily Moreland is on a boom. gress by 2,4S0 last year in tho Eighth A pretty Wisconsin girl eloped with S. F. Shepherd, who Issued a scurrilWo trust that when tho matter is district, which McCreary carried six and married a Negro. ' CO, annonymous circular against Aaron looked Into with reference to the ro-A UHHANSKY times without great difficulty, thre: was lined 1." for ous A Louisville man t of a lottor warning Uncle John Kohn.the Louisville lawyer, was llnud i Viv ens to run again next T. I). KANKY, Manm.ku. calH a w(mmn a ar. defense tried to prove that the Greening to cease collecting toll It wllj McCreary from receiving the nomlna. Inur. 3100.The EmiAn Iowa .pl confeMM havlr Wolfe Kohn who served a term in tho only prove tho work of some practical I'nriis rnrllslo, .Ml. Striling, Banlstown, Lnwrcnccburg, ynlhlnnn, Vermillion, tion, knowing that the latter would not deml a man wh(j bclrayed her. I ml nence, CoorKt'town, KlUnbethtown. Frankfort, nml Mnuckjxtrt, Indiana penitentiary was Aaron's fath- joker and not cause alarm enough to enter intu a scramble for it. There Senatot. Ca,Tery introduced a bill for er. . feeling rov,s,on placing of guards at tho justify the seems to be quite a widespread of tbe quarantine laws. r gate. So far our people to a man huvo in the Eighth district that McCreary is commltted 8lllcldo ,at Mahaa FRRM AND TRHDE. patiently awaited tho action of tho fisonly democrat who can safe-- , HicUman on account of a lovu atralr. about the A FIRST CLASS DINNER many hero give it ly carry the district, anu tnere.oro a hihI luuiry tlmt Allison, of La Porto, Ind.. No. 1 fresh cows for sale. F. P Bish- cal court, and while In (i hllutif f. as their opinion that Warren's road disposition to concede him the nomina; h ,..i.1l jiibVi vmir fnrofuUii-- ami fl one of hIa feet otT with an ax. op. Mitre run Imi IhIiI In a dlnliiK room Hint to terms last to tion If he is willing to take It. There omen claim tno William Beck sold to A. M. Pence o5 will be the very yet theycome Intelligent Loul3vUlo of i funiUlicri from our IimhImhiw ittm-aro with the court, to believe hodv of a man found in tho Ohio river fat hogs at Uc. Is not much encouragement k Aiitlitii rnrvtnl ilinliiK room fiirnltunenough to understand that It will only Kiilel onrtlts 'MiillW' I'lilrm rUwt'U. rtrli oak that Mr. Thompson could win. His own fiends are destroying gates Jar vis Bros, sold to James Dalton a bo a matter of a very short time until Turnpike lllrrh (IIiiIiik WiW. nnl li'iitlii-- nml hihi friends say this. Ho ought to do noth- right and left in Nelson and Spencer cow and calf for 310. tho the toll gate will be a thing of tho past. illultifj rlinlrM lm'prl'-- l we wltlilii put huvo l The voung man. Edward Akors, of 11 irh of all liy thing that would appear to be Insuring counties. refused 81,0C0 John E. Madden has Eubanks. who Is charged with forging on tln.111 the election of a republican in that dis A petition of 21.209 native Hawailans for his good horse, Plaudltt. u check upon J. D. Dalton, a merchant ' trict next year V. W. WITHERS, was presented In Congress against an- - Jamos Harris sold to J. C. Johnson, here, made some statement to the officials at Somerset that caused them to of Boyle, some heifers at 2c. Sapp, collector of internal revenue, nexation. and arrest a young man Stanford. - - Kontuckv. At noon yesterday December wheat come over here Barrlman Buck, who is Clark Smith a crazy man, was shot is a schemer as well as a very mean A. by the name of Ilrancli Store mid Unilottiiking. Outfit at Chicago at 31. a'). P. A. and it partisan. Tho Courier- - and killed by Patrolman H. L. Arthur, was selling in sold to A. M. Pence 1K0 emnloved as clerk In Dalton's store. As Huston ville, Ky. W. T. Beck Mr. Buck has, slnco Ins residence Journal says ho has evolved a plan to nt Atlanta, among us always conducted himself in oSI'l llif l' ' coiXicKiewl a large barrels or corn in the Held at 31..0. Richmond, Va., which he. get rid of democratic storekeepers and gentlemanly way, and being Carroll Rcid has his string of llyers a strictly gaugers. It Is to discover that business Italian population, now una a ,,,;. an appareiHIo strict church member, at New Orleans and Is doing good work generally classed on the side of moraliis very dull and that his force is too printed in Italian. ty, law and order, his many friends Gardiner G. Hubbard, who mado the there. largo for it. Then he will discharge honorably will Tho Chicago horse show, John A. hero hope that he grave bt.cliarge and will Bell Telephone Company what it is, democrats right and loft. Business tho manager, wound up with a loss acquitted of was prompted by malice Logan after that bogin to boom of course and died In Washington. think that It Miss Mahala Gibson, of Hickman, of 831,000. alone. At present ho Is at his iksL of more help. Republicans he will need hangCuban buyers arc arranging to ship duty here, as he promptly gave bond only will bo employed, the civil service this State, committed sulcldo by this from 1"),000 to 20,000 cattle a month for his appearance at Somer-e- t ing as the result of a love atlalr. regulations will have been beaten, tho week. Here's hoping that "there's In the neighborhood of 8100,000 was from Texas. pie hunters will be happy and tho gooo nothing In a name, but his may conF. P. Bishop bought a lot of hogs-Istolen from registered letters on a posvict if nothing else does. surely Is Sapp. honk high. Sapient Mr. Ed II. Edwards, after a protractthe West End at 2c to 2Jc and some tal route leaving New York Nov. 1). ed visit to his family, left Friday after. Delilah Falls, the girl who killed her butcher cattle at 2c to :ic. homo After a long debate the pension for Wavcrly, la., was Tho George Cogar Hemp Company noonG. G.hisHelm, In New York City. Good Goods nt the Lowest Possible Casb No TICCS. of Lexington, was grab of $141,2.'13,8S0 was passed by the lover's father near 89,000 pounds of Mr. to 20 years' imprisonment. bought of John Harris here the past week, having been called House. Tho talk covered a wide sentenced (foods sold 011 time but one of Bristol, Tenn., old hemp at 83.00 per cwt. Advocate. over by tho severe illness of his nephrange of subjects, including tho civil Thomas Quarles, F. P. Tuttle sold to J. C. Lynn two ew, James Holm, Jr., who has been Smith, of a suburban service law, which was savagely assail- and Miss Janle weighed 1,870 very slclc of typhoid fever. J. K. Holm, 17, were married last week yearling cattle which convalescing. Mr. S. ed. Optiral stic Mr. Dingley took oc town, each :5ic and a 1,410 pound cow at Sr., is slowly accommodating night lawyer of ppunds at oseph Reld, a Matthews, our casion to wredict that his tariff steal ... ,t uu T....l, operator, Is taking a much needed rest. would produce 810,000,000 surplus this Louisiana, was uBaumniuu At a sale of Shorthorn cattle held by Mr. Statem, of Casey, Is Improving tho union, in mat auue, xuur&uuy ijiuu W. year and increase at a greater ratio P. Harnard, at Bunceton, Mo., 2o Slece of land bought of Ed II. Edwards, Five men held up an express train on erection of a substantial resifrom year to year. So far his bill has females averaged $147 and 28 bulls avguards dence thereon. Wm. Routt has rented only been conspicuous for Its protcc the Southern Pacltlc. Express one robber was killed. eraged 3105. tho Moreland homestead and the ro-- l Millers-burtlon and deiiclt producing qualities, but opened fire and McClintock, ' malnlng 100 acres of tho farm and will Inspectors arc at work In tho Lex- - Mclntyro & ,,i,i n .u ....i.i . .. sold t ) Beard & Caruthers, Lex- remain witn uauuring tno coming year. e trying to find out who hardly relievo the ever increasing pen- ington, live mules weighing 1,200 lbs., Win's, bashfulncss was commented upjB responsible for mall that has been on freely at the I'd wards sale of houseslon burden. for $ C00. Paris Kentucklan. lost. hold cITocts last week, as every time a of the Dix River Mr. service , The bed room of Mrs. J. T. S. Brown .,.., Win. Gooch, iuh1fh wnlfrha 840 certain young lady bid ujion ad : articlo THE rads hold antl-civUn.) n Vwtrr .....- v quit witn tno romai-K"it meetings in several comities of Ken- - of Louisville, was entered by robbers OUUbluUf ima which ho hoped to 0 put 1,- - he would the mrniiy any way." .miss wan all In and 31,500 worth of diamonds were pounds and tucky Satutday and denounced the law Theresca Eastman, of Cove Spring. 000 pounds on before killlnir time. v,flUed fr,endgnero IaBt cq with great vlclousness. At Washing- - stolen, . r Lyon & Allen bought 10 Delilah Fails, the girl who with her was also ton a caucus of Congressmen 4.05 the other day. They sold , hold. n. whJnh If. f nald that Boss Da- - lOverKineu ins lauiur neur vuvury, cattle at In Cincinnati last week 1 carloads of) RELIGIOUS. vison lifted un his voice and wept, be- - la-- t was sentenced to 20 years Impris-- ' ho"3 at 2t to 21c anu some ouicner siun onment. cause his minions are denied the pie T, There will bo communion services at .,i thev deserve. As the republicans were ' Hon. Charles Flclschmann, proml ,ul1viini.f.l1 nearly t. Wulnut Flat church Sunday mornlni:. December RoVj pQytoa Crockett, a Nashvillo St the original civil service advocates. ent as a distiller, politician and turfwas a mil- - on the Chicago market, selling as high preacher, was arrested for whipping his action of the latter day pie hunters man, died at Cincinnati He the , as $1.09 and closing at i.ui, its nignesi. wile. indicates that civil service Is only de- - llonairo. me oeconu ouiistian uiiurcn hl 18!H. Theudvance was duo sirable when it gives t.mure to renub-- ! Rev. F. '.. Burkett, a Christian mln- - point since suiuiay uy Uicnmonu was ujuil-uiur.i. .l ister. was cauirht In a room with a girl chiefly to tho shorts being forced " rjev. W. F. Smltn lican office holders. . .;.ii.,v, Tmi .,t AmiriKnn. nml wivur bv the Letter hull movement. llav. Gillam. of Humphrev. Cusov John E. Madden has oid his great county. Is holding a protracted meet- TllK prohibition b)um In the Senate was arrested Heel colt Hamburg, for Jng ttf( didn't last any lenger than it took the j The sheriff of Christian county sold Hanover-Lad- y HY nerabers to get thirty. Already the two dogs belonging to a Negro delln- - 81)0,000. William Lakeland made tno Eider Joseph Severance's meeting at restrictionsagaiiHtsolllngliquorlnthu quent named Coleman for his taxes, trade for him, hut It is believed that Brodheud resulted In no confessions, but the members were rreatly awaken- oithor James It. Keeno or Capitol restaurant!, have been removed They brought $(S. a Ham- law has' Whitney U the real purchaser. and the old grannies take their todies S JStfon. " m" ' Ttonneee- year and vije,. Hubert L. Cave, of Lexington. oven with more apparent enjoyment been knocked out by a decision that burg cost Madden SI, 200 laat was to have preached at tho Christian than before, while the W. C. T. H.s' ' ,)m:ka"e of 10 eitrarettes mny be term- - he had won ?:1S,2.10 with him. All the email operators in the wheat church Sunday, but Illness of his wlfo J. shore to shore. ed ''original packages shrieks are heard ,t' market are standing by to watch the ' In Todd countv Virgie Simmons ft UHUaj no ,fl out for the Htun Rov i n struggle between Armour and tho LeitA(J Tub good news is wafted from Wash and painfully wounded W. J. Saxton Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, G rider, pastor of the Mothodh-t- ' saj.t from 'a row caused by tho refusal of Miss ers. Armour has Mild a largo quantity ington that Dr. Hunter will Rugoy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. of wheat, estimated at from 7,000,000 to church at Barbourvlllo and member of Guatemula, Dec. 20. He can't leave too Saxton to dance with him. Legislature from Casey and Russell for December dellv- - the Square, Stanford, Ky R. A. .Robinson, the founder of the in nan mwi soon nor delay his return too long. In Rcoiri Opposite Court-Hou- se counties, resigned ins pastorate Sun- ,U,U'T. bo cents, and is lighting to get (,ay hecaU80 0f Roblnson-PettCompany, wholesale ery at of salary if he forgets to return ut all, fact closing Saturday ttfter severely rebuking his congrega- much the better. Honest Kentucklups druggists, died at Louisville, after an it, with the market tion therefor. at$1.04. nearly three weeks. never want to look upon his like again. illness of In another column we print an Uem toll-hous- ' - I , 11 1V1 -. DO YOU 1 REALIZE I "" SIIXL ' er IE?-A-C2rIE- ln-'- ijS. lc 1 iKiO-pou- The Louisville Store 1 1 ed 750-potu- id o d ' ; fecial Eduction la urn, tapes, --,, uii: Soci-rimn- - d. t f 1 - - Boys' Suits Worth $1.50 for 72c. Boys' Knee Pants, 25c. Sugar-Retlnin- , """,'f -- v . 1 1 .1 k v I ,,, t two-stor- " Special Attention Mm-slna'- s - THE LOUISVILLE STORE. I'noi-iiiirrf.i- i t- p w )i-- ( rI ta-,t- r ; - r v plm-wc - " ! , I ' MARK HARDIN, Cash Dealer In Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, &c. well-know- n 'I-j- Low Cash Price To ALL. g, , post-offic- Expert Glass Cutters. . I il l,.Ml-roun- d I - Window Lights Furnished In All Sizes at the Lowest Prices. CRAIG I I at-to-- tc. HOOKER. u ! J KS"; h, S UnDGRCAKIIlG I antl-clgaret- C. M'CLARY. &"J-Tnon-payme- nt Praotical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. ' 1,,,-hn- J l.. o et Li .'- - THE 1NTERI0RJ0URNAL Stani'oiu), K.y . LIST OF GLHimS Dec. 14, W."PrV ALTON." 1897 Allowed nt the October Term of Lincoln County Fiscnl Court held October 8th, 1807. Amount paid liunds for hniil-in- g jJ'JJ'KUYJUUI BT When not JVUVA.N will mill 1C working Coun- ty Itoail, - 1 85,31)0.08 ouM 32. CO t charged sggH""Lf.ii KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION Amuunt pnid bauds for mul ing and working County Pike, Election oliieeirf lor 18015, Pauper Collin?, A. H. Hastin, Md.-- c. 1,582.32 102.30 D5.00 2l)(i.SI3 Acct. ' TrlntlMMrtuiu.irilai7 ID returning it I 2ip in mil 'J M No. 21 Train going Nottb ... " No. 26 " Miitli ... " No. U " ' ' K. M m. aiiI V p J. 1). BuMin, t " Co. A".-ign-ee I" Hradloy-Gilber- l'J.50 80.00 11.00 KNOXVILLE DIVISION. I2 I ST Silt in 12 HI 'tu 2J . u. W. A. Heazli'V i' Hon, J. II. Hauglimaii " Acct, it it in For allll'olntn. tiiuo'Joii ticklts sou. IIAUOAHR CIIHCKKI) TlllHIlOII ol for any luforuiatlou enquire W. H. Cook,Ml-p- . .1. II. Collier, Craig it Hooker, " .M. D. Elmore, " Ivlini.-to- n 185.00 1G8.00 20.40 2215.45 JOK S KICK, Agent, MMIllotd, Bros. tl. C. Florence, K. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains p No. 1 Funis A " " Hardin, " it it 11.76 i 015.03 15.30 175.00 144.112 Junction Ctly II 7 South run Mtmiajra, i and lo ami ! further South thau Juiiclhm CH), uetlhrr Soiio run Sundays. NoU-"-- No. 6 No. 9 No.S " " " . 1121pm ..U am . a in No. 2 North ' follow lWim " " " 6 IU " " " Jamu.i Krye, Itfi p m L. O. Goocb it Sou, Sltam " ' Kmo Ilamiltoii, .1 .. M nl "am 54.30 (54.81) IligginsiV MeKinncy, J. 11. Higgiur, " Win. Hu.-e-r, FRANKFORT .m Si M 20 a 2 M CO AD CINCINNATI RY. A M " " " " VIA UKOIUM.TOWN. II M 4M SIS KM Arrifwrlon, L"US" " FiankMrl, o Le. " Jet I It j ArISM f "II .11 King it Pruitt David Levin, 11. Mdtobert AM S(l V. L. McCarty, M ii it ii ii ii 11.50 2.00 315.50 0.00 84.(57 " i 277.2S 189.50 55.02 111.00 8 40 Arr Tarlt 8;i0 Italiv axcifit MtlUilfll S C D. HHIICAW, (J. I" A. Li. 1.. .1. A . K. .. 1 Perkins 0I1I1V, J. C. McClarv, Thn Hcveti wotideM of tins world if ruoKiiiiutl In iiiiclotit tiiiioi. were the Pyramids of Egypt, the Hunting Gar-duat Hiihylon, the Templo of Dlnru l'pheiiK, tho Stutuu of Jupiter at ut Attiorirt, the Muttsoletitn. the Colo.iUs of Ilhodeii, ami the IMiaroi of Aloxuti ---- PevnoliU it Co. ii i 23.00 8 20 n Severance it Soiih, A. A. Surlier it Co. E. Scbanzenbaeb, V. ii ii ii ii ii ii 8.00 13.03 53.41 " II. Slroiik, " " in aHeial dor. TIiomi wore D. V. Vaudevcor" of Hyzantluin, which work by I'hllo J. Iv. VanAr.-d-a e" was odttod In lblfl. ii C. A. Walter. TliouituiidH of pounds ot uuriwulkb W. W. Withers " ara dcllvored to the naw Owoiisboro ....llnli.. f.uMiirv l:illv. L'lvlllL'tllU flll'Ill Warrvn it .SliiuikiS" .Singleton, ord a market for what had horetoloio Ware it... !!... i ii mu . ... . w are, Utoti an nimoii usuiubm iwhoi. .... ....ll., uiu .... Ma.f.i ... .1 ..lt ttttll 1...I. . .... .i UUriietiiii' luuiiiiMviun" " S. Young, J. luloso which in usid in Inline v.rihlM J. C. McWhorter " The Koiituvky will have a odium? Pan. Pnictice, teele Hailoy, padding tin eo fael tlnolt, nuxt to the G. Carpenter, ' I. armor plate. Tanner In:. 234.00 25.(55 l.oo 11.50 70.50 24.24 20.150 ... i- t 17.15 1S2.5G 27.50 30.00 15.00 Cotton havlni; tfoiie lower than ever known lit Us history, the, Southern planter tiro iiiuurnlully melancholy da o havo come, The Til oauueitt ot the year, When It taKes a pound olitcotton . . To uuj a lii!"5 oi noor. bIiik-iij,'- Caipentorit Peyton, " L. 11. Cook, Dooiuri it I'Mmiston, i T. H. Lewis i .!. T Morris II. O'llannon, " ii ii 30.00 5.00 175.00 ii Tlio Arc of lt"form. Idiotic Hontmicntnllty. That we live In an age of reform Is one murder trial nlwcys brings out facts that faces intelqueer exhlhltons of serrtltneni. and of the have beer. thoe nt ligence. To define the fln line thntsep-arate- s among the queerest mere change from reform isdJfll-oul- t. the trial In Chicago of Luetgcrl. who Some of us, says the Detroit Free is alleged to have murdered hU wife by placing her body in o vat containing Press, go through life with the feeling chemicals, where it was consumed. If that all things of the past ate bad. are the charge Is true Luelgert is one of the not up to the standards of the knowl50 that we are prepared mostlnhuninn of monsters. If it is false edge ot ajvd his wife Is living. n he claims then to revise and throw astdeevery opinion. Luetgert by marrying ngaln would com-m- il Every new Idea Is accepted as an Change Is. not nlwnys progress, bigamy. Yrt women. youngand old. tradenordlscoveries the are not only willing to take their mark of knowledge. All that is valuchances, but arc overwhelming Luetgert with proposals of marriage. From nil able In the increase of knowledge Motions of the country letters are com- ilmpllfies living. Living becomes nn art, ing to the snusngemaker expressing be- the perfection of which ceases only nt lief of his innocence and assuring hira the grave, so thnt the whole of life is that the writers are anxious to become cumulative. To master the knowledge Mrs. Luetgert No. 3. Just how the au- that brings God into closer relation, that thors reconcile the fact that the prisoner makes life not a period of suffering, but caunot legally marry If his wife he nlive a period of acquisition, of health and Is not known, but each matrimonial happiness; to make health the normal proposition is coupled with the Mute-me- condition of every soul born in this that absolute belief In the Inno- world, Is to ninke visible the divinity in cence of the man addrestid is the im- man thnt is his crown of glory. This is pulse which actuates the proposal. possible only as the new builds on the Forty such communications hate been old. Construction, not destruction. Is tho mark of progress. Cumulation, not received within a week. annihilation, Is the scret of spiritual Tito Yellow Kover Scare. growth, whether for the Individual or How unreasoning the yellow fever tho nation. The mastery of the past Is scure in (yotue sections of the south has posh-iblonly when wisdom sits enbecome Is shown by the following good throned. Change is not, then, the imstory, which is told by tbe New Orleans pulse of the moment, but the silent "A citizen of a small growth of the passing days, unheralded, town ou the line of the Illinois Central but known by the fine impulse that railroad In Mississippi was in the rail- makes for "better things. road station a day or two since when While slavery is supposed to have the operator received a telegram from Now Orleans Intended for n merchant been abolished at the close of the nevertheless two men are to be of the Mississippi town. 'The yellow fever seems to be getting ahead nicely.' sold nt auction at Lebanon. Ky.. in a remarked the operator. 'How's thut'." few days just as slaves used to be before inquired the citizen. Must got a tele- the war. The men are chronic vagrants, Ms reports a local exchange, and it is under gram from New Orleans, and that telegram from New Orleans?' a law made for the suppression of such mlud why. You gentry that this sale is to occur. They 'Yes; why?' '.Vl-u-t just keep away from tne. I don't want were convicted of vagrancy, and as a to get near that there yaller paper; penalty one is to be sold for nine that's why. And look here, young fel- months to the highest bidder, and the ler. If you tnl.v any more of them things other for three months. The purchaser ywu'tl get run out of town, nnrt don't can put them to any labor he sees fit you forget u I'm going to roport you during tne time for which hebuysthem, if don't. And and in return must feed and clothe to the board, you n Innocent them. auny went the posthaste to kound the direful alarm." Two men saved the life of a little girl all hintis-oin New York a few days ago by claspThere bate been patt-uteaclieiue devised for the purpose of ing hands aud making a crndle of thiTir curing- u bottle that cannot he rHllied arms, into which she fell from a third-storwindow. The child had been left after having once been emptied of its contents. A great deal of fraud i said alone in the room and had crawled out to be perpetrated by tl'.llrg the bottle on the window ledge, where she was of somctandrd liquor with an inferior seen from the street. While a policeman grade, nnd palming it on" as tbe original ran up the stairs to warn the mother bottling. An ingenious I'hlladelphian two members of the Volunteer propoos to accotupIU-- this by blowing corps of New York got under th a coin In the body of the fjhibs bottle, and window and prepared to catch the he thinks this will be tempting enough child. It fell before anyone could get to i mi uce somo one to break the bottle to it, but was caught by the two men as soon a It has been emptied. and returned to the negligent mother uninjured. explode like A ever-present to-dac. mile-stone.the nt e. Times-Democra- 1 J. T. SUTTON, Hustonville, Blue - Undertaker, - Grass Nurseries. FALL, 1897. - Kentucky !5 Olt'cri hissmlct's tu tbe people of West Lincoln md Cuey counties. Full atoclt of Cotfitisantl L. 3. Carpenter. Manager. A WOIII) hand. -- TO- - PROPERTY OWNERS. A rrt !! tiianmri 9 If nnt. vlir tint ? Ttimi. siuids of dwellings and burn good us your. full slocks of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines. Smnll Fruits, Atparuus nnd every thing for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. We have no agent but dlruct to tho planter, saving enormous commissions. Caton application to alogue II. F HILLENMEVER. 6"! Lexlnrton, Ky. m-1- FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFUHD, KY. Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning Every year, involving tlio lo'M of millions of dollars. Why should you expect to eseiipe from year to year J Capital Stock 3100,000. Surplus, $15,750 Your Proporty May Burn Within a veiir. within u month, W'liv should vou exiK)e hour.-.- . Lniuhitlon of year of hoin.- -t toll ii Miijrie lire, wiuon can destroy hour ? Soliciting a share of your the to within 24 uccu- - ltespectfully, patronage h in uu Ios by JESaS Gen.'rul Agent, John Ii. .... D. WZAREIT, tmford, Ky , U. Castleiiak. Lanham. Attention o( the public Is railed to the fact that this is the only National Hank in Stanford. Under the pruvlsloni ut tbe National Hank Act depositors are seemed not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an amount eitialtn the stock so that deltors of tills Institution are secured by a fund ol J.10,000. Five sworn statements o( tho condition ot the Hank are made each jear to the United States (ioveruiuentaud iU assets are examined at Mated lues by government agents, thus securing additional and perfect satet to depositors. This Institution originally established as the Hank of Stanford In lsss, then reorganized as the National Uauk ofStaulurd in 1SG.5 andagain reorganized as the First National Hank of Stanford In leSZ, has had practically an Uninterrupted existence for 35 years. It is letter supplied now wltl. facilities for transaithu business promptly and liberally than ever before In Its long and honorable career. Accounts of indlTiduals, fiduciaries, tiruis and individuals solicited. 1 1 it DIRECTORS. fOYAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. F. Held, Lincoln Co.; S. T. Harris, J.S. Hocker, " K. L. Tauuer, McKiuney. J.H.Colller.Crab Orch'd; M. D.Elmore, Stanford. W. Hayden, Stanford a. II. llaughman, " ' T. F. Hill, " W. A. Tribble, M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. J. t: OFFICERS. I. S Hocker, President; J. J. Mcltoberts Cashier A. A. McKlnuey, AlstantCasliler. B3RBEES CaSTLEMR, Farmers Bank&Trnst Co MAKAUEKS, OF STANFORD, KY. Commerce JBuilding, Louisville. Agents Throughout the outh. It' Paid up Capital, Surplus, 5200,000 00 17,603 80 W. A. THIBBXiX, IxH-a-l Agent, Stanford, - 37t - Kentucky, 1 J. B. HIGGINS, DEALElt IN By provisions of its charter, depositors are a fully protected as are deosltora in National Hanks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent oftbe amountof their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to tbeamount Invested in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee. Ac, as fully as an Individual. Tendering our thanks to those who have entrusted their business to us, ne trust they will continue to do so, and we otler as a guarunttofor prompt attention to same our 20 years' experience In bank-lu- g and ulilwral accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. panic-stricke- J. J. Williams, Mt. Vemouj DIRECTORS. d f -- y Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, W. II. Cummins, I'reachcrsvlUe: J- - u- - Uwsley, f"..?.,0w8,eJr' Sr-William (iooch, S. II. Shaukj, J. tmbry, j. F. Cash, L. Lynn, J. a. V. Carenter; J. N. Mcuefee. OFFICER!.. Agricultural Implements, High-Grad- S. II. Shanks. Preidetit: J. II. Owsley, Cashier: W.M. Urlght Teller e Fertilizers and Coal. Olllco on Life-Savin- g' "BIG Goods Warranted us Represented. ROUTE. .The Best Llnetoand 4T From Malr Stroet, opposite Elmore's Store, Stanford, Kentucky. TOLEDOAND DETROIT All Points in Michigan. J. L, TOTTEN. Salesman. k it ii i 41.25 10.50 120.50 .... from a iHscuitur .1. D. Pottos Pauper Pnictice, Humbora of iu " " 13.75 .11...,,-- .. Tim iimIiiimU urii llr.it llttllL'ICL'll T. .1. Price, 180.00 with a swelling ot thu tongue, and tiro ('. M. Tiiuiiipon, ritranglodtoduathlnafowhourd. I )nn tit . L. DawHHi, Hold'g Iuquoat, (5.00 inriiiur iusi iv m uuv ..i (5.00 " " .Tulm Edini.-to2.00 Tweniyllve tnou&and ootion mill L W. Pailev. Fee Hill, workers in thu vteVnlty of Fall River, .1. F. Cummin., ClerkV Fees 313.15 In Mas., are to feulva u 08.00 T. D. Xcwlund, Slieri.ru " less than IU waged amounting to not " " 18.50 M. G. Reynolds j)ereunt. And yet Mr. MeKhiley tells W. DelWd, .InilerV " 1,03(5.10 In hlf moseage ot the great revival of G. .1. S. Ovwley, Com. Atty's " 25.00 business ! Hownid Hailey.Guanliiig HawBy tho death ol Col. W. II. Trlbatt, (5.88 kins llrj'ii to Asylum, of TotTy lipa., two rolattvus in will heir iU.OuO.UU), J. T. Chadwick, Poor IlVe Act. 485.(50 ride?" whleh'ls W be neld tu trust for fiO years, J. II. Fugleman, Keeping Pies A facetious contemporary remarks tho JnlenwV bonig used to educate their 23.00 Einlny that had .Mr. Cleveland's latest-borchildren. .' Jerry Engleinan,' Rescuing and been another girl, he would have A conference of mo friend of J the 5.00 known how to sympathize with tbe Rurying Child, movement to modify or rupeal the civil Amanda Higgins waiting on poor man who, upou being informed be hold in nor vice law will 5.00 that his twelfth child was also a girl, Manerva Dollius Pearson, ot jSorili Carolina, remarked: "Well. would not take K. I). Xoaks, Preaching at is managing tlio matter. Sl.000,000 for any one of my daughters, 15.00 but 1 would not give ten cents for anPoor Iloiit-e-, A mining engineer, who has just re7.7S other." E. W Sphlell, Printing Acct. turned to .Montreal from the Klondyke 3.(50 country, reports mat the boillen ot .., W. P. Walton, Of an operation commonly looked 000 dcatl lioisus oueuniboi' the road to J. F. Cuininins Making Mort- upou with inore resignation in this gage Judex, the gold Held. 200.00 world of wickedness and imall woes, a Mississippi paper snys: "Some fiend inIIoiisQ for Elec Much uneusliiuaa is lelt in regard to J. II. Cash, 2.00 carnate, with the roaring furnaces of tion, the steamer Orosco, long overdue at hell staring him in the face, entered the Liverpool, she carried 1,100 solillers, Frank Cordier, House for Elecresidence of John Jones the other night baund from Jamaica to Capetowu. 2.00 aud. stole the Presbyterian Sunday tion, W. A. Tribble, County Attorschool collection." Hero Is one of the school rules at 20.00 ney Pro Tern, "The female teachers N. J.: A Georgia man who was about to be County Judge, Visiting Poor must remove their short bleyolc nklrls put on a jury in a murder trial was" 10.00 UoiiHi, . while teaching their classed." 30.00 asked by one of the lawyers: "Would Building Committee, evHcpresentallvo Uelden, of New York, County Judge' Salary, 800.00 you hang a man on circumstantial would-b- e juror looked (500.00 idence?" The was seriously injured by falling uown County Attorney's Salary, thoughtful for a moment, nnd replied: of tho Capitol at Couutv Superintendent' .Salatho marble atairo S00.00 "Well, sir, I has hung a man of 'cm on Washington. ry ', a good deal less!" County Clerk, Waitingon FisA black sow came to my farm, 14 cal Court, Dowu in Texas little Miss Flte, of 200.00 days ago. Tho owner can get her by Amount paid for holding exMoran, wants to pick cotton against paying costs. Joseph Willman, Jumbo." amination School Stipt. 20.00 little Miss "Ward, of Meridian. Both are Amount, paid Justices Peace, 220,00 six years old, and they weigh 4S nnd 43 Do You Lovi: Music? If so, secure pounds respectively. The Lone Star s one of tho latest and prettiest "310,881.95 state has her infant industries, and all Total, of the day, by mailing Ten cents State of Kentucky, they want is an open field nnd no favors. ) fT!....,!., t (silver or stamp) to cover mailing aud I VyUllIUY Ul 1JIIIVUIII, One of the most novel defenses ever postage, to the undersigned for a copy T .Tiiimva P. r?iiiiiiiiiiii PlorL-- if Kinde, in a criminal case wns made rei.MarK en- of tho Big lour Two-SteLincoln County Court, do hereby cer- -, cently nt New Ilnven. A mnn charged T.m aro ) We ..I.. giving vc'lone .... tify thsit the ioregoing '.is a true list ot with embezzlement pleaded that his act this music, which is regular ii. f was due to epilepsy, but the jury didn't Mvttfr tiirttVM i ai j. Bucot music, at this exceedingly low Lincoln county at its October Term, see it that way. fill? no u!intin lit Mm r.rwviriC! m mu J ' . October was a remarkable month. and testing tho valuo of tho dltTorejjt, The excessive beat of the middle of the advertising mediums. SJH papers as month caused the closing of a steel mill j McCormlok, l'iw. Traiuc manager; ' .December, 18J7. at MuDcle, Ind., the men being unable ..nil. Four Route," Cincinnati. O. James F. Cummins, Clerk. to work. Mention this paper when you write. Christian county farmers nr losing.Same. Jail 75.00 (5.00 lar'u n, 1 Ostrich eggs sometimes bombshells. Avery large egg. in which Dr. Haver, the American scientist, was boring a hole for the purpose of extracting the contents, hod become very much addled, and the gases generating inside caused it to blow up in his hands, the dying fragments of shell Injuring him severely. The ostrich egg shell is about a quarter of an inch thick and as hard as Hint. TIicm would be just the thing for "ham" actors. An exchange, says that the new village minister was making a round of calls on his bicycle among the fanners belonging to his church and living in the outlying country districts. As he wheeled Into one dooryard his parishioner came out to greet him with hand extended and exclaimed, as his pastor dismounted: "Why don't you get one of them taivtrums, so your wife can dom fight over women. "The records of the police courts will show." he says, "that it is always the dusky damsels who figure as belligerents in a case of jealousy. The old saying is that wherever any trouble happens you are sure to be right when you look for the woman nt tho bottom of it. As to the colored people tlds will have to be amended, nnd when there is any love disturbance it will be well to look for the man." Aemricanltis Is on the increase, the wise ones say. Ameriennitis, says the Philistine, comes from an intense desire to git thar and nn awful fear that you cannot. The ounce c.' prevention is to cut down your calling list, play tag with the children, and let the Old World slide. Hemenrber that your real wants are not many a few hours' work a day will supply your needs then you are safe from Americanitis and death at the top. lawyer calls attention feel young feci old, and to the nlleged fact that negro men sel- makes the not worth the living. the old danthat life is It's a ger signal of Kidney Disease the unerring evidence of weak, inactive and sore Kidneys. Any person cured cf Kidney weakness will tell you that when the back ceased to ache, all troubles ended. Neither liniments, nor plasters, nor electricity can cure it. The seat of the trouble is not in the skin, flesh or muscles. It's in tha Kidnejs. It can be A New Orleans BACKACHE CHICAGO. "White City Special." ST. LOUIS. Avoiding tho Tunnel Best Terminal Station. BOSTON. Wagner MeeplngJCars. NEW YORK. ilutlei Parlor Cars, Wazner Sleeping Cars, Prlva Compartment Cars, Elegant Coaches and Din lng Can. Be sure your tickets read via "BIG FOUR" WARRRS J. LYNCH Paenger Traffic Mgr., Ass. Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt CINCINNATI OHIO. K O MCCORMICK, two years I have been afflicted with kidney trouble and alu In bach. I tried many remedies aud had given u; hope that any thing could help mc. I was Induced to try your Hobbs Sparagus Kidney Pills, and am pleased to My that two boxes have entirely cured mc. I am entirely restored to health by the pills, In fact they have made mc a new man. It is surely a wonderful remedy, and I advise all similarly aUUctedtoelve these pills a fairtrlal." Ciias. Glovek, 214 W. Green St., Louisville, Ky. "For fully CURED n PARAGUS Kidney THE Thoroughbred Ouroc Jersey ESD HOES Waaii-itigto- n. 1 -- The old proverbial purity of snow has beeu taken to task by a chemist. The clean snow on melting was fairly bright; it gave on nnnlysls: Total solids. 24 grains per gallon; chlorine, trace; free ammonia, .010 part per million; albuminoid ammonia, .054 part per million. Iron also was present, giving a new black color with ammonium sulphide. This'watcr would be totally unfit to drink. For severnl years Thomas Fog, aged about 70, has been courting the Widow PpnvS roil SALE AT . nrMlff Nt.nrfi KY., My breeders were selected from the best herds ot of this lanious breed of swine in several States A splendid lot of pigs of dillereut agts for sale. Bred tows a siiecialty Satisfaction guaranteed Corres- 'pondence solicited. Address I R. H. BRONAUGH, Crab Orchard, Ky. STANTORD Investigate. Or-atig- o, Elizabeth Browning, who lives in Trenton, N. J. Of late Mrs. Browning has thecold shoulder. Ono night he called, as usual, but Mrs. Browning refused to admit him. Fox With New Stt el Beam and said ho would "camp out" on her porch until she changed her mind, and a policeman at five a. in., found the aged lover there, true to his threat. On the floor of a private dining-rooin a Minneapolis restaurant a waiter found n $100 bill one night. The next day the proprietor of the place was telephone called to the nnd a man told him of having lost a $100 bill. The waiter who found the money Identified the man by long-distanhis-voic- Vulcan PLOWS Cast Point; also Gibhs Imperial Goods, before buying. B. K. WEAREN & SOJV. "SinSTTIEIR In SCHEDULES, Effect December 5th. Queen 24 Two-Stop- & Crescent Route. S-4 r p. "Two-Stop."- T.'ir, 1 Is -- nwi if.i. !.! f'..n y capital interested in a scheme to buy 300,000 tailings, which went tons of through tbe Could & Curry mill In the CO's. Including quicksilver, It is figured that the deposit is worth $2,000,000. Corn-stoc- It is reported that Los Angeles HOURS CINCINNATI TO NEW ORLEANS 5 JACKSONVILLE. 109 Miles ilie Shortest. E. ' ;- "v- - is reported thatlmeon Mayo, of Through Pulltntvi Service is unequalled. Cafe, Parlor and Observation Care daiSt. Louie, from whom the late George ly. Standard Vestibuled day Coaches. Get your tickets via the Queen & Crescent M. Pullman got his start In life, also gave Lyman J. Gage his first position and W. C. ItlNEARSON, Cen'l Pass. Agt., Cincinnati, Ohio. helped him into a bank. It SOTJTH. Finest Vestibuled Trlns In fijf-- I I AN UPRIGHT CARRIAGE. It Adds to the Oenntr of JInlil n- - Well as Mntron. Thcro are many things In the lives of women which tend to develop a carriage of the body anything but upright. d Girls who tend the baby become because they carry the little one on. one arm more than the other. They might be taught the better way by their parents or teachers. There are multitudes of little girls in all large cities whose chief business is to tend the baby while their mothers work. Deformity is' common among them. If a girl has nny pride in being upright in body as well as in morals, she can. even if she Jias an occupation which tends to make her crooked, do much herself to prevent it. In the first place carefully cultivate the sense which tells her when he is standing straight and when she is not. By paying attention to this muscular sense it becomes in time irery acute. By neglecting it the sense becomes dull is paralyzed. Cultivate it daily or several times a day by assuming the upright attitude. Stand before the glass and see when you are f tralght. or get a friend to tell you. and then put joursclf in this attitude whenever you stand or walk, or sit at any labor in which you are engaged. If yon have only to walk acros the xootn. do it in nn upright attitude. If you have only to stand and converse jvlth a friend in the Mreet. on the road, at a party, got yourself so accustomed to the upright attitude that you will feel uncomfortable in any other Id time an upright habit will be established, and constant nttention to it will not be required. Dietet'c Gazette. one-sjde- Giving: llli Slitter Array. Alfred Say, sis, did Mr. Cumoftin bring my umbrella back? Angelina Why, .Mr. Cumoftin did not have your umbrella, Alfred. What made you think that? Alfred Why, I heard him say last night, that he would just steal one more, and I didn't see my umbrella to day. Demorest's Magazine. Could lie Counted. She had heard the reference to the fact that the hairs of the head arc numbered, and for some time afterward she d father with regarded her considerable interest. "Mamma," she said at last, "the Lord didn't 'have to use any patent nddlng machine for papa, did He?" Chicago Post. A lletter Way. "If you want a thine well done, why do It yourself, bald-healdc- J I The most swislble way Is to And and to pay Some more competent man who how. TWO Sl'ITS. A ridiculous proverb. I vow! knows Harlem Life, IPi&5 : j :ax s"lrrs mk--v to m TC". . x W,J AUTUMN FIREPLACE. is n sonr "Summer sweet, good-by,- " no summer girl sings if she can help it. And with the ingenious things that are planned for her, and by her. she bids fair to bring .summer indoors for many a month to come. The design for this autumn leaf shelf and bcreen originated with n Los Angeles girl, who, immediately upon her return home, went to a retail store and Mnile of I.enven Thill Will Keen Color All Winter. Their Does your father favor my suit? She I don't know; but he said that he'd bet you hadn't paid for it. N. Y. Herald. He A 33CS wis i FfeTw ?. 11 ,j Mt i'.i T r -- -, I 11 r, n$ i,fcs rt;2.w i "We want only good men In office!" The cry from each statesman ascends; "And." he'll candidly add. "The best to be had Are myself and my personul friends." Washington Star. C Hint. f . '- ' - u t . i T- - i i -- i I, iJfefB5r5y ' r - "There's one thing I will say for your friend." said .Miss Cayenne. "He is very truthful." "How do you know that?" inquired Willie Wishington. "Because there is no excuse for his being otherwise. He never says anything interesting." Washington Star. Secret-. nlclxni. ' Vs j- - dSiiiila Madge I'm miserable. Lulu Why? ) Madge J osie Denton told me a secret and Lulu Oh, do tell me what it was! Madge That's why I'm misernble. I've forgotten the name of the man who kissed her. N. Y. Journal. (absent-mindedly- 4 ft.' It' I? In the suuir lloat. "I would like to know your business, sir." said the old man to thej'outh AUTUMN S who had been calling on his daughter regularity for u long time. purchased two pieces of fteUvorl; three with "Same here," replied the joung man, feet long. These she set up each side promptly. "I'd like to know your." of the mantle. With the aid of a carpenter she then Chicago Post. had small shelves and glass doors put A Tlirn-- t. in, and n couple of secret drawers to Miss Sears (an old rival) You must lend charm to the cabinet. feel very sad when you think about When nil had been stained n suitable your late husband. shade of pine she took fiesh autumn Mrs. Tears (with sarcasm) Yes, but leaes of ruddy hue and pinned them nny husband io better late than never. upon the cabinet, and o er all she placed Brooklyn Life. two coats of heavy varnish. The screenvns managed in the same Wlint' lotie' Done. way. The "mat" of the screen mii Miss I'glimugge Oh, sor, didn't you plain pine, stained oak. w hile nil around feel afraid when you jumped in the It were nutumn leaes pinned on and roaring waves to save me? Tthe new Yerkes telescope begins its varnished. The lenws keep their color The Gent No, mum. Yer see, I'm career by discovering a new star. Forperfectly If used when fresh. already married. N. Y. Journal. tunately for the public's peace of mind KEEPING CRACKERS. The it is a celestial and not a dramatic star, "What do you think, old boy, I stole a and it needs no divorce proceedings or Some Valuable Atltlro for Crocer kiss from that haughty Miss Junlpir!" similar form of advertisement to exIIIIll llot-- e "Pooh, that's nothing. Tho last even- ploit it. The business of discovering Complaints are frequently hoard that crackers bought at grocery stores are ing I was there I saw liar poodle kits her stage stars is still in the hands of eneven when 17 times." Clei eland Pluin Dealer. soggy and terprising managers. comparatively fresh. A Continuation. The fault is in the way they are kept. It is reported that a North Carolina Jack I had an excitintr ride to Crackers demand a warm, dr' place, evangelist while conducting a revival hounds In England. and they should not be stored near oil, Maude Then the report is true that at Richmond saw two young women goods. fish or other you went to the dogs rapidly while smiling during service. Walking down Great care should be exercised by grothe aisle to where they were, he knelt cers in this respect. The cracker trade abroad. Brooklyn Life. is one of the most important features and prayed that they would die immeDestroyer. Calibnite of a general grocery business, and it She The potato bugs destroy the diately and go to the bad place. That is Crackers potatoes, I know, but what is it de- - a new way of bringing sinners to reshould be taken care of. should be purchased in small quantities, stroys the cabbages? pentance. so that they will not have time to get He The smokers, I guess. Yonkers rrtale before being sold. They should be Statesman. It is said in Virginia that the people kept, as stated, in a warm, dry place, of Kansas believe that the confederate The QiiurreUome Kello . and customers should be advised to notes ought etlll to be good money, Mrs. Pryc Tell roe, dear, do you and are willing to place them in the oven a few- - minutes make them good by before using. This will restore their ever qunrrel with your husband? accepting them, and it, is told that at Mrs. Lamb Never! But he often crisplness, even though they have beleast one Kansan has written the Richquarrels with me, the hateful thing! come damp nnd soggy. mond chief of police asking for all of All the care in the world, however, Boston Transcript. them that he cun get. will not build up n cracker trade if .Not Able to Say. crackers are not puro nnd fresh and the Hriggs What kind of a fellow is Not until this year was the sawdust Be careful in buywell made. Willow snap? of the great sawmills of the west maring to get the best the marGriggs I seen know. ket affords, theii push the trade for him when hedon't with hisI've onlyPuck. ketable. Throughout the past summer was wife. all there is in it. One lot of stnle, tho mills at Menominee and Marinette, poorly-mad- e crackers will do more The Xfw Woman. Mich., have shipped dust to Chicago, harm than one can overcome in sbi "Darling Jack, your muffins ure juM where it is mixed with clay and used for months. Mercantile Journal. lovely, and this cup of coffee beats the i flooring. coffee that papa used to make all to making tile Apple Ilreml. Boil a dozen good sized apples that piece." Louisville Courier-JournaA local exchange says tihat five cats have been caefuliy peeled and cored, were Vinvpf! tin hv n nation! nnsspssnr The Only Sufferer. until they are perfectly tender. While "Yes, she makes her own hats." j of 23. in Punta G'orda, Fla.. and ex-- t still warm, mash them in double the "It's a good thing she has to wear pressed to the mayor of Arcadia, and amount of flour and ndd the proper them." Cleveland Plain Dealer. on the third day after the shipment proportion of yeast. The mass should ' ench cat had come back. Paradoxical, Hut Eaay. then be thoroughly kneaded without "Now I'll get on and be off," said the water, as the juice of the apples will It is reported that the county treasmake it sufliciently soft. It should be bicycle learner to himself, ns he pre-- 1 urer at Terre Haute, Ind., has threatleft to rise for 12 hours, then formed pared to mount his wheel. Puck. ened to seize the mayor's bicycle for into loaves, nnd baked when quite light, He Waau't One. Apple bread was the invention of n of taxes. A mayor who He Could you learn to love a man? scientific Frenchman, and it hasnlway She Bring on your man. N. Y. I will not pay his taxes should certainly been highly commended for Its lose his wheel. Truth. Leisure Hours. A-Be-peat , Ill Blair Called. When the young man called to tusk for the old man's daughter the latter naturally thought it was necessary to put up a good bluff, that being the tee before nn old judge, who was also Conseof procedure. 0,d acquaintance of the candidate, usual tncthod quently, he looked solemn, coughed DelnS askcd: "what ,s arson? he once or twice as a sort of preliminary, scrnicneu nis ncnu anu nnaiiy saiu; communed with himself a minute or "I believe that's pizon ain't it?" On two, coughed again and asked: this, tho old judge, tq help him out, "Can you support her in the style to says: "Tut, tut, Jim. Suppose I were which she has been accustomed?" "If I couldn't," returned the young to set fire to your house and burn it down, what would that be?" With man promptly, "I ought to be ashamed quick and emphatic reply, Jim says: of myself." ChiThe old "I think it would be a damned dratted cago Post. man's bluff was called. mean trick." But although this an(letting II In Account Slrnlulit. swer was not technically accurate, Jim Bob Borrower According to my was in the hands of his friends, nnd was dolhonorably admitted. Soon after Jim's memorandum book owe you ten lars. admission ns n learned counselor nn old Lon Lcndltt (nervously) No, Bob; neighbor I t0 , ire hIni a start, ave him it Is only five. , , ., . a lot ci nura claims 10 collect, xeiiing Bob Borrower The deuce you say! him that he could have half that was Then just let me have another V to collected. Jim soon received half that straighten out my book, will you? was due from ono of the debtors, nnd Puck. was called upon a little Inter by his She Knew II lit. client for his share of the money. "Yes," said the ongnged girl. "George He gives me one "Your half," said the astute lawyer; is very methodical. "I didn't collect your half. I only col- kiss when he comes and two w'hen he lected mine." The astonished old goes away." "That's alwnys been his way," repatron said: "Why, Jim, I don't underturned her dearest friend. "I've heard stand this proceeding." But the lofty on it." reply was: "There is a heap of law you lots of girls comment Thus it happened that they censed to don't understand. I tell j ou. old fel- speak to each other. Chicago Post. low, this law is a powerful thing." A Simile I'nr IVteheil. PrlscllU Is my Klondike girl. Up at Town n tin n few days ago n I cull her no, At thrifty housewife bought for three There'sleast In pvcry strnKllnc curl gold Alluring In Its glow. cents a box represented to contain exTho appellation's naught to do, actly COO matches. When she arrived llowe'cr, with aught of gold. 'Tls based on this, whene'er I aoo home, reports a Philadelphia exchange, She's distant and so cold. she carefully counted the contents of TownTopki. the box nnd found that there were only A rnrullel Cne. 190 mntches In It. Under such circumMrs. Upton Yes, that is my daughstances some women would have ter's piano; but she has scarcely laughed, some would have cried, and touched it since she hns boon mar-tiestill others would have dismissed the subject as of no account. ThcTowanda Mrs. Downton Jest tho same with housewife wns made of di Ho rent ma- my darter an' her typewriter. N. Y. terial, however. She took the default- Weekly. ing box back to the store and compelled I'nltliful MIL.-- . Mike, having been directed to go the storekeeper to give her Ojfull box. And still there nre me'n who say that down to the station and see when the women have no capacity for business. next train left, is gone about an hour. Perkins (anxiously) Well, Mike? Mike Well, sor, I had to wait a long A warning to late staying husbands tolme, sor, but it has just left. is thus conveyed by the Philadelphia Times: "Many wives to whom their club going and convhinl husbands nre The I)rmll OfTenne. "Beverly, what makes you so down comparative strangers will enter into, all the time?" the dlHicultlcs of that woman in Head- on your mothcr-in-ln"Well she is so exasperating: she Is ing vWio night before last upon arriving kind of woman that always takes home found n man in her room in bed the very identical hot muffin yon inthe and immediately gave an alarm, sup- tended to take yourself." Brooklyn posing it was a tramp or a burglar, but Life. found instead that it was her husband. A llnil l.of. Husbands who are in the habit of not First Man Whiit'a vour opinion of coming home until after midnight Sharpie? should be a little careful not to surSecond Ditto 1 think he resembles a prise their wives by coming home haunch of vonisou. earlier without giving due and timely First Man How V Second Ditto He would bo nil the warning." better for hanging. London Pun. A sure cure for Klondike gold feer Somewhat Different. has been discovered by an American "Marriage." said the old bachelor, "is who recently returned from Alaska. but a lottery ufter all." "Pick out a morning next winter," he "There's whore you're off," replied says, "when the mercury is below zero, Henry Pock. "If you draw n blank in shoulder a pick, and go into the woods a lottery you can tear it up and that's before breakfast; dig a hole 10 feet the end of it." Chic.igo New. deep; come back to the house at night Ttinl Terrible and eat a small piece of stewed buffalo "Papa, what doc u rabbit look like?" robe and sleep in the woodshed. "A rabbit, dear, is a Mini animal the dose as often as necessary." with great long oars. You can always tell it by its oars." Many are unaware that the number of "Arc they iongor'n your. papa?" women who live to be very old is greater Chicago Tribune. than the number of men, jet the fact Ilrcr tlie :ime. seems to be established by official figIn this world of controversy ures. It is said that in all the states It I human nature quite To think the other fellow's wrong, where the two sexes ure about equally And o are In the rlgkt represented in the population the rule Chicago holds good. .In the newer states, where what hi: niiAi.i.v ni:ri:ivi:i. the mules predominate, there are likely to be more old men than old women, of course. 1 I d. A Practical Judge. A Georgia correspondent sends this account of a young man's oral examination for the bar by a local commit- to Chicago. Tho n Houto announces holiday fures to points North. Tho Monon Route, whom line, double daily train scrvlco Id the most popular betweon Louisville nnd NASHVILLE, TENN. Chicago, Is out with Christmas and New Year offerings. They will tell 0!I'ICIAI.t.Y tickets to Chicago nnd return from United Confederate Veterans, Louisville on December 21, 2i and illt Confederacy, and January 1st, limited to Jnnunry 1th United Daughters of the at $10.70. also to all points reached by' The Sons, and other Organizations. iheii' own and connecting lines In In- -' Stimpi. dlann, Illinois and Ohio on same dates tt'OOajtir. Two Samples, Four d at ono and regular ono way . S. A. CUNNINGHAM. fares for the round trip. Time folders SrECiA- - Xluvctiom In Clut with till of trains and fuller information ehuer- - j fully furnished on addressing K II. Ba BO YEARS' con, district passenger uirent, LouisEXPERIENCE ville. ICy. E. II. Bacon, D. P. A Low Ratbs Mo-no- YAjrjc,yjiiPim& VETERAN, vttv vfv?n-l'Tr- v 7 . , j. To-Ce- one-thir- I eo Do Yor Play C'aiidsV The i& CIicpu-poak- o Ohio Ky. has just isnuert a very handsome playing enrd to advertise- Its famous F. V. V. trains. These cards are of the finest make and quality. Hy special arrangements with the manufacturers', a small charge of lo cents per duck or two decks for --V ets. is made. lTpon receipt of either of the above amounts in money or postage, the undersigned will forward as manj decks as desired to your address". Tuki advantago of this opportunity to lay in your winter supply of lino caidst at a small cent. Geo. V. Rarney, D. 1 A.. C. & O., Hy., Lexington. Ky. A .Muyflold man on being hauled up in court for kissing u pretty girl, proved an alibi, to her great disgust. A tramp was baked almost to death In u sunu drying muist. ni iTinvcuin. IjSBiE TrtDE Marks Designs rnevmaMTS Ac. ,....,. .... Ail WlMlklr it ii lin,Kll(tiii Mttta Trrm- -. V3 cnUtton of nnr MMontitte 1 nirniil 'M bynll tiwmMlcrj TMr four month. II A - .. . .In..,lh(lnn mav whether nnlrklr iwertiiln our opinion free Coramnnlo- -.a InTentmn l prntmtily ttetitntle. fiOitentlnl. Handbook on rt-n- t tlontrictlrci oirency forecurinirptent. nent tree. olilet Patent tukui tfirou.h Munn A Co. recelro ipttlal not If, without chro. In H'" !A Scientific jumrican.Hf f aritAat k.n.linmnf &Co.3S,Bd""' New " " VVaiMnslon. css llrancli i MUNN York Ji o J nfl&ll. Specialists bnuv in vntvi 1 n Ind. . The Leading i3 on Timely po-ted nc &v ycapc i of America nw n Warn-iij- : ! 250,000 Cured. and I Intend Mv ftirm t cute each, nnv nnd evuv In an m O. V I.YON. wa nrtnilM mm ti iuulM I WECURESTRICTURE il- A fiet you bu- -t Word To: You. t HS.iWe-nion' 1 iHniveM ami Haircut Hiirlxr Miop He the barber In Criiu Orchard, Ky llckc-.- t tJ ni.il Tit-Bit- s. The ernefe burlx-r- . It now Iwek at ' fl I ready to Maud la Mr, r.jjlx'rt' store-roonlmve nntl haircut All jjlve ou a tlf.t-1'lnneeding work should call on him He sure to please 'u Crab Orchard. Iv t'"1 h-m vi 1 HOHEHT FISH, f )OUTlf It 1 IU. lie SRC I I I 4ul -tun iri"iMM wilM'iif tnai.ir 'Iliry my hien rmnit in itMiu-lj- . nuall. tnlftiup I'ro.nn, n. ruttlnc istintnt Ituief. rlicUt ill I'urtfd, illlltcultr In nkm-it in", eraiiii". an I ell tho fjmi t mnuiit ilcbiht thry have 1 Hit II IV. llon't lettlnct.ir.etritt rnlon , r tiiin ll, hr e ittln&, trr'-I)nejou. i tin will not rurc- n. nlt ll Mi.TliI) 'lUl M urn. 'l.ir M: MUST obwrb the ftrlduro ti'fur. 1 I '', i f- ! 5 iuflc Item never retuni. Nu inI UKtrntl'in frem bunnw by our lbof xnatc urniiiircttrcnetli riicl. TKn iirrm n:c iui latej.ntnl Ihs IiIIm rf uuiiiIkkvI tttu. ni. Imr h?riieicmnthHtri-ttirfnninri!t!- mrtliy E ' S SHELBY & SHELBY, l'roprlelon WECURE GLEET jtnui-ltH iii.k Ihnr cial I riUlityro r intuiiinlly ran r f -. m-I M ul'it mm u.i I t- LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE Junction City, Flnt-n- Ivy. 1 rnwnaMe i rvirlully !. porllou ollcitl. A Turnout, prom it attention, trrr ol your irttroiue i LOUISVILLE' HOTEL Louisville. Ky., AMERICANS EUROPEAN I'J.AXS. The Ladies HestHiinvnt is the llnest in the city. Kvery convenience for Indie- spending llie day in the city, Uentluiun'ti L'nfe on otllco Hoar ' . frrnjcnlly un- -t nci u rf lhicauie I tho rtini torn. Iirueml Inll-ini- r irik.ie'N I umtursl l)r.li!iicr, Mrm-r- r, Iinh(HHl. Nfrt'-innr"l'xr Irritnblhty, nt limr lnllrtll!g'n. fAli in, unkm rjrr.wiih dark circlrf, l!i"k, tlenfrnl lirirenlnn, I ark f Vinliltion, Vi'l'1 xtIp, .'hniiikrri lar ite. llhEKT ar.1 .vntlt Tilth nn hi tho cnu- -. Don t cnmlt family in luctoir, a thry hare nIhne. iflsl illfeain iloii t all-Uu'irk'tK eirlrariit on joe. Cetirtilt ih" lillt.whIiaoinalBalifet'i-lycn n , fhry iir r ur.il y thl it it tk lM.-i-(- -f MblHUl) TltKVrMl.NT will iol tirely euro yau. Ono thonwn iMlr f ir a cii n a aeecpt f r trea'tuc: I nr 1 ilrn aii'l Women. Ullr I.W iiin'-are- TniiJrai l.jlof 'atjti. 1 CURES GUARANTEED We tirnt ml c iff HIIl'iVs VltI(HI.M. SVIMIIhls. lll.rM TltU ri UK. IMI'OTI Vt'V. i itr.T llt1N N.WII IMI. Il(lUmi m-I B Three-Venr-Ol- d. THOMAS A. MULLICAN. Music Tuesday, Tlnirsd.iy and Sin Kvenini;- Manner. 1 ,iv ri4. Kennedy a Kergan iff 3 kstiov 'IHKVT.MI.NT gi t'ihl Ftiri' I.TATHiN If unable Kill K. i HLANIC tall, wrttr for IHHiKS f r 1IO.ML No nnxijjer Of a Coal Fa m iu c Or pries colnjr higher. We have lieen tr lug oar bei-- t to keep the be- -t grade of i i ' mi liitml for we only order fnm tl '1 lint mini- - No mean roiil We ure iulvl : 4444AA4A44444-A4t4-l- tl Nt-w- i, Mii'icuurui supply will now N- - forwurdeil rail llrtincli Wix.i drhlge lull Mt , and other Jtlilio o .i's mnimiu. vie. will kitp Prices Mime n and ee us In Come jou i lt : :: :: : 4 Itial. NOEL T. L. & SON, KY, f I e. SHELTON, SET , UOWI.ANII. stale-tastin- g, ilasCfoneJiack into Business. ...i ..in i, ...... "III co. Kails llrancli nnd i 411111 Use Coal strong-smellin- g 111- "iti loiiiil the J other IkM I'ohN and ask tho iMtruiiiigunf the public .Mniiford friends w ho until Coal can leave o'uerswiiii J. II. IIIl'kIiis, whlrb will receive prompt at- T I. HlEITON tentloi, I - , I H. D. PHILLIPS Little Willie This paper says that Mr. Uuralet Smithers received an ovation. What does that moan? Father The word "ouliou,"my son, is derived from the Latin "ova," which means an egg. Ovation means. i shower of eggs.N. Y. World. A d Gun and Look Smith. STANFOUU, KV. UpholBlcrlnn All klmUof repilrlrg Jooe a iieclaliy re.xiuible rtbitut tlloo guara Uvl. t "You're all the world to me," he sighed. Hhe smllt-- on him with gentle mirth. And when he said "be mine," she rrled: " TU wry wrong to want the earth." Washington Star. Iteprouf. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, -- ::! :,! ::! j:i ::! :! ::! ::! :: .! .tftT-JTvl- :: !; ItBif TiWiT THE POPULAR u"Vi;.-aJi-- 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. Ttl wfr ; ! i I ! o o : ... : i JHIIIIIHIIIIIIUIIIIIIHUUII11. evi:: A) I:: l sTJJo iANi:: : 4 j 4 4 : Stanford, Ky. Office OTer UfffULE In j ' 4 Alaska." "What do you mean?" "Sixteen men to one loaf of bread." Louisville Courier-Journa- l. "It will soon te sixteen to one out In A Katal Proportion. Mcllobert' Drug Store Itiilldliig. the.Owlcj DR. "W. B. PIlTWrY, l miv " l. , ProfeN.lonol Opinion. "When is sleep most refreshing, doctor?" "After you're called in the morning." Detroit Free Pross. Only for TrylnK. She They say your friend has a great reputation for borrowing money. He No; only for trying to borrow money. Yonkers Statesman. Cause iM.ntisft OtScoon : tanforl, iu ltcililemo. nt Mtm ll roc;uiEow) i HB :; :: rffs IXV, U- - l LouUtIUc al 4411171 tit tltS niniiiiiiiiriMiiiMiiiMiiiMr - 1) fcH.BAiij V M W KAMC f i: to i , lL' 1 3. IIKKI, ; i TT TT TT "" T T "T " T " "T W TT "' T Pntonts Vnnted. iv.xii non-payme- nt health-fulnes- s. Jack Have a cigar? Tomr No. I've given up smoking. row. Jack When, docs the wedding take crating. Chicago Newa. place? and HfTect. mm Parties having inrentlnns they wlih to prc tcct thoubl proenre their patents throUKb oui agency. Inventor's Manual, a book containing . cost ol patenta, modo of procedure, etc., and otherinformfttlon, cnt for3c itamp. Ourllit of patent wanted, forwfcichlarReranu Ht'giblcred o'raouey are offered, ecut with tha Manual, ireo. Splendid We nnd purchaser for patenta procured individuals Ilotli through our agency. Branch offlrea In all the last FilII'h mid principal citice and In all foreign countries. Spring's fnr- - THE WORLD'S PROGRESS, JfcTrt. rt ft?WWKitliis Prices reasonable. No chargu for O. J. FAIL- -, Manager, - h:og-s- On-roc- ?. 01-0- 07 J. V. it H. J.lMcEOBEETS, Stanford. o Mr to pmenUon PLUM ST., OINOINNATr.Q. this pftr -- tU W. J-- i- f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., E. C. Walton, Cnro nnJ STOItlMtoOM In heart of buglness por- tion of Stanford for rent. ton. V. IJ. Wal- of coal. Call and sec ts. man ic Co. - Evkiivuody la delighted with our 1kc. 14. 1897 holiday dlttpluy. Sec it. Dunks the jowulur. ; Busing Manwurr. Watch W. II. JJrmly'a store. It will bo loaded down with uvorytiiing good materials) Inauro for Christmas. tho boot $500. tho proper lllllnir of prescriptions. That First-clas- s 9tock. Novelty, quality COME now and pick out your choice is tlio way thoy iiro filled at I'unnyln LandSales. Hon. It. C. Wurron, .and oleganco. Drujr Ston. Prices strictly fair. of 200 styles of Rocking chairs for a master commissionor, sold the two Dauks the jowolor. Christina gift. W. W. Withers. tracts of land belonging to Spencer PERSONALS. Wk will do you right and save you The sun rose yesterday in a clear Hubble yesterday to J. C. and Mack ' money. Coal, corn, hay, straw and but rod sky, and by 10 o'clock at $35 an aero. ThoroarollO acres G. L. 1M:nny was sick hcvorul days ...... it was r.....i v.,.1 c OUI1. in each tract and thoy adjoin and He on .U, IUVM. .1IIUI IV 17.... raining fast and continued to do so till last week. tho Hanging Fork near Hubble. Miss I'kakl Hcrnbidr is visiting Wit are ngonta for Struul) & Co., En- .'I. when the sun came out again. The signal sorvico said It will be fair torolativus in Oarrard. terprise Mills, fresh meal, splundld J. P. Bailey, circuit clerk, has boon day, after rain last night. IMioi'. Hardin Craiu spant Satur Hour and mill food. Noul & Son. notified by tho auditor to return 21)0 day and Sunday at Danvillo. lias added a All kinds of toys now ready for tho of Gov. Bradleyllrst governor.portrait collected in felony cases, which the Kl.D. AND Mrs. J OS RIM t SRVRRA.VTR Kentucky's Isaac court of appeals say that old clerks arc - children. Fruits In abundance, and sjxiiit suvoral days with frionds at Pittsnot entitled to. The State owed Mr. candy from 0c to 81 por pound at John Shelby, of Lincoln county, to his bnrg. ol portraits of tho Kentucky Bailey ?1 on flnos and forfeitures and MRS. Oli.ir FlL'.NT.of Danvillo, spunt II. Meier's. It was presented by Dr. C H. that amount the auditor withheld. Tho sgrorul days with hor aiittur, Mrs. K. L. Come in and boo our large nnd beau- Todd, a prominent physician of Owetis-bornext Legislature Is almost sure to pass Kolnliart. tiful display or "Holiday Goods" in who is a grandson of Kentucky's a law iermilting the clerks to keep the Miss Liztuk DkHord, of tho Sanf. China and Glassware before the stock first governor. A vory line picture of amounts they have retained. loy Miction, in vory low with typhoid is broken. Warren & Shanks. the old geutlomau hangs In tho courtpnoumoiiln. In tho county court yesterday tho A SPECIAL term of the Lincoln cir- house hole. Co 1.. D. W. TltniRl.H, of Kiohmond, Highland and Waynosburg turnpike spent a fow days with his sistor, Mrs cuit court wtll be hold, boginning next The turkey slaughtering house of J. assossmont was reduced to $1,000 a Thursday, for tho trial of certain cares, W. Christian it Bro. closed Saturday mile and l P. N'nnll(iy. several persons wore alPltOH. J. n. SKINNKR, principal of and the etit jurors of tho last term and yoturday Mr. J. K. Christian, who lowed reductions. A counter petition Hamilton College, spent savural dny have been ordered to bo present. lias mnnnged it, loft for his homo at against tho proposition to lot the with frionds here. incorporation lapse, showing n IN order toglve our merchants and Chilosburg. About 1,000 turkeys wore MRS. M. K. LORD and little daugh- others a greater to advertise killed during the month or so it ran, majority, Judge Dawson appointed W. chance ter, of Ioulsvillo, aro with Mr. and their Christmas goods, tho next two but for several reasons tho Messrs. H, Land, W. L. Murphy, Icaue Uamll-ton- , Mrs. II. T. Harris. P. J. Camden and Harry Dunn, Usuos of tho Interior Journal will Christian havo not made much money r enterprise. Mr. William trustees. It. J. Record qualified as Mr. Man Salinurr, of Loulavlllo, bo olght pages lnstad of six, as this ls on Mon.-i.tnmay use their house to kill a constable In tho Wnynesburg district. was hor helping them In tho Louis-villfe turkeys lutor. Storo yostorday. Walton wants an opera house. Miss Ki.iji May S.uxmsit6, of TEACHERS MEET. Louisville Pot. You aro decidedly An Old School Boy. The untisua-sleh- t camu down Saturday to visit wrong if you menu litis Walton. Ths Tho Lincoln County Teachers' Asso35 year old man going to of a Mrs. Iiosttlo Saundurs. one he has is a white elephant that school can bo soon any day at tho pub-li- e ciation mot on Suturduy. Dec. 11, at the of Stanford, Is Mrs. Lixxik Hays, Principal W. C. cost much more I linn It conies to. Opschool hero. It is 12d Hubbard, who of Danville, 0Mncd the visiting hor sister, Mrs. Walter Hon-lhouses in small towns are a delu- a your or so ago decided to make a with prayer, and Miss Annio mooting era McKin-neIjincastor Heconl. sion and r snare to their owners. welcomed the teachers in u very preacher of himself, and having no edTllH Frankfort correct indant of tho ucation, ho is taking every opportunity impropriate speech. Miss Nora Phil-UIk it takes 5l,52.:r2 to koun in repair to LmisvUlu Dispatch speaks of our Mr. rwul a very ablu paper on, secure it. Ho is a good scholar, Training to Independent Thinking. Tho On tho few little pikes that tho Usual court 1. M. MeHoberUi oh "Dr." Prof. Gruhbs tolls us. but it occasional- motion Prof. Grinstcad and his assisof Tumora- - bought last spring, how much will It Mrs. Amanda Auohn. ly becomes necessary to "koep him in" tant, Mr. Winfrey, of Danville, were villo, Is very ill and bolng vory old it take to kuep up thu 15.1 inilos In tho to make him work a little harder. Ho made honorary members and Mr. Grin-- j county? It doesn't require a very great Is thought alio nan not recover. plays with the boys at recess and seems stead discussed Miss Phillips' subject, Mrs. Dr. W. IJ. O'Hannon wnt u adopt in tho rule of three to figure that to relish fool ball and other games as i Prof. T. M. Goodknight gave quite an interesting talK on tne Mime aiinject. to Urodliead Suturiluy to tuna hor broth- - it will almost bankrupt the county. much as his playmates, the majority of Tho Teaching of Literature in Rural Is vory sick. or, John Frith, who whom aro a score or more years young-o- and Ungraded Schools was Introduced TWKNNY-TWfailures of Farmers in a good paper by .Miss Carlie Holtz-claMrs. KLmh.y Mason, of Ktnlnonco, Mr. Winfrey, of Danville, made Bank and Trust Co. took belonging to arrived yesterday to visit hor sbtor, an Interesting discussion of this subTHE Advocate says that John S. tho estate of the lato Groonborry Lou Shanks'. Mrs. Italluy, at Mrs. Mr. M. acting for local capitalists, bid ject. discussion E. Prewitt also gave a Bright sold privately yostordnyut $10.1. on the subject. good MiBB I.IJUSIK CoRill.RY, of Crab Or Jack Bosloy got two, Silas Anderson $20 and got tho telephone franchise. The subject of Remedy for Bad Leschard, nqw a vary olllclont trained 15 and George D. Hopper live. Tho re- Tho Boll Telephone Co. did not bid id sons wiw introduced by Prin. J. S. nur-is with Mrs. GoorgoC. KoIIor. Orchard. The siib- maining 12 shares will bo held for all and its representative 'aid thai the Giisiiwller. of Crab by f jeet was discus-e- d Mna. Scran Cooimir left Sunday awhilo. purchase would have no ou"oot at all on Orubbsanu Winfrey. Profs. Grinstcad, morning for Danvors, III., to uiako hor the company, which will bo found dohome with hor duughtor, Mrs. .lenulo Private SCHOOL. Mr. Arthur H. ing buslnoss nt the old stand, and will Prin. J. NOON RECESS. Introduced S. Gashwiler BatiL'h, who gave much satisfaction as acquire additional facilities by pushing Lamb. the subject of "Something New in Twld-wo- ll DR. W. 11. PKNNY and F. H. lonuhur of tho public school at McKiu-no- to an early completion this toll lines In Busy," which was discussed by Profs. will open a private school there Jan. contemplation, for which much mate- Baugh nnd Grinstcad. The latter eald killed four wild turkeys and noa--l- y that accuracy, rapidity and neatness 100 quail on tliulr liunt in IjiuioI 10 at a low rate of tuition for tho ad- rial has already boon roeotvoJ. By the were the three school virtues. county. vanced students hu will touch. Mrs. way tho latter company is distributing Miss Holen Thurmond read a valuMK. J.T. SIIADOAN, of I'uUskl, was Baugh. his wife, who Is an accomplish- tho largest and bust jkiIos we havo over able paper on How to Entertain Pupils haru hint wuok looking at sevoral small ed musiuiau, will give lussonsin iustru-mont- soon for Its lino Iwtweon here and Dan- on Rainy Days. This was discussed by Profs. Griiis'tead aud Gashwiler. fnrms, 0110 of which ho will llkoly buy music. ville. Ashby Warren delivered an oration O). and movo on thu subject, "The Teacher, The J. girosy, Till! Darn Die Advocate makes a Wouldn't Appoint Guards. Circuit Cm:rk Jamks Hope of Americans." which was much of Cueuy, vu hero yostonlay. Hu told touching appeal to the turnpike raiders President J. S. Bosloy, of the Danville enjoyed by all of the teachers. Prof. Grubbs read a paper on. "The us of thu ruvero HIiiobs of ills wife's to wait till tho llseal court can free the and Stanford pike, mnde formal appliplkos and not put a blot on the county's cation to County Judge Prewitt for Greatest Needs of Common Schools." grandfnthur, Mr. .1. S. Coulter. Prof. M. E. Prewitt Introduced the good name by unlawful acts. Midnight guards for the gate which was destroyMlSSHS Sai.MK GrkN nnd Dossle subject of, "My Ideal Recitation for lengthy marauders, however, listen to no ap- ed Wednesdny night, but he declined Advanced Spelling Classes." This was Camon lmvo roturned from peals. The bhot gun argumont i tho to honor the application, bocau-- e tho discussed by Prin. J. S. Gashwiler. visit to Danvillo nnd wore guostj of only one Prof. Grinstcad explained several they observe and which they turnpike corporation had not tiled Its Mr. and Mrs. .J. F. Cummins. ought always to get. acceptance of the provisions of the new short methods in Arithmetic, which all Mrs. FURRY Wilms, of Stanford, constitution within the specified time. were valuable towas present. by a draclo-c- d Tho program Ol'O.ssr.M.-rChurl- oy and Mrs. J. C. King, of Crab Orchard, Armstrong was President Bosloy then armed six men matic recital by Starling L. .Marshall, npont lnt week with the former's tho happiest coon in tills section Frl and sent them to tho gate with Instruc- of Henderson, the promising young daughter, Mrs. Jut.su Trnylor. -- Corbln day. He went hunting nnd in sight of tions to kill anyone u ho attacked the drnmatUt. Resolutions Indorsing Miss Kate News. town caught a possum, which property und informed Gov. Bradley of Mrs..!. Thomas Ciirrry, who has was us fnt as a butter ball. He Inline tho court's refusal. Tho State owns a Blain's administration, promising support to Supt. elect Garland Singleton been at tho Joseph Price Infirmary for diatoly butchorcd It and says after two large interest in and recommending Prin. W. C. Grin-o- f the pike. six weeks, returned to hor home at weeks' subjection to the cold and frost Danville, as the next Institute Inaii-- i Urodhaad Sunday, greatly Improved it will be a tid-bfeast for tho presi Old Wood. Mr. John Bright show- structor for thu Lincoln County TeachIn health. dent. ed us a piece of honey locust Saturday, ers were unanimously adopted. Thanks arc due the teachers of Stanford for c. Kbllkr. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. G. which he took from tho old Carpenter's the gratuitous entertainment given tho Q. it C, Under the new schedule boy at their home, a lino havo another Fort, In the West End of tho county, visiting touchers. Miss ANNIeMcKinney, Vice Pros. llttlo fellow whom they havo named the Southbound trains pass Junction 30 years ago and which for SS years was Henry Davis in honor of Mr. Keller's City at 12:02 a. M., ll::il a. m. and thu oxposcd to the weather, having done E. L. Gruiihs. Secy Blue Grass Special arrives at S:20 v. duty as only brother. tho door casing for that time. a letter M. Northbound, thoy pass at '1:21 a. Tho fort was built in 1770 and the wood Royal makes the food pure, Gov. Hradi.UY received wbolctome and delicious. Hill, of Stanford, dc M., I::i2l M. and the B. G. Special is still in sutlicicut preservation to from Col. T. P. U ullnlng the appointment as Battleship leaves as before at A. M. Nos. 1 and 2 make a gavel, which is being done, Commissioner from thohighth district. which pass about noon and 3:I!0 i. m. and which Mr. Bright will present to He appointed P. M. McRoborls Instead, do not slop. Dr. Miller Carpenter, a descendant of " Frankfort Dis on Hill's suggestion. tho builders, to bo used In calling his Shooting. George Lay shot Van patch. Prlvltt In tho face near South Fork a class to order in the medical college in few days ago and oa soon as he did so St. Louis, whore ho holds a place In the HOME NEWS, ho left thu scene. The men hud quar- faculty. We qhould not forgot to state reled over a light between their chil- that tho hundlo'of the gavel Is from the Choicest jewelry 'at Hamilton's. dren and whon they noxt mot Lay had beech trco on Green River, upon which Special, diamond rings $lf. Danks. a musket which he brought into uso aa Dr. Carpenter's fnther, John Carpennbovo 6tatcd. Tho wound Is a vory ter, carved his name nnd date 07 years Christmas GtMds on display at painful one und Prlvltt's face will bo ago. . Craig & Hooker's. considerably disfigured, but fortunate ' It begins to look vory much like it is timo to close the the Opera House FLOUR, meal and shlpstull at feed ly It Is not a dangerous one. Absolutely Pur Noel &. Son. oxchange. LOOK at that list of claims allowed Indefinitely, when entertainments like the last two fall so signally to draw ' BEKORi: you buy call and sco Hamil- against the county, which appears on crowds. Tho one Friday night In addiour third page, und foot up tho amounts ton's now stock of Xmus jcwolry. YORK. s kAMNa rOwDIR CO., ono of luelf paid favorite mcrchnnts for goods fur tion to bolng u auspices of as popular SEK Danks, tho jowelur's window. nished paupers and to doctors for physl- - was under the clng them. Botli amounts are outrng young ladies us are in town and for a It's full of Xinas bargains. oously largo and Judge Bailey and his most laudable object, yet n beggarly ' A mooting of thut(M,kbolilors of thu Na$2.1 was all that the door receipts show1 COMi: In and sco our holiday novel democratic llseal court will sco that tional Rank of lliistonvillo will bo hold at ties and nuw books. W. H. McHob-ert- they aro reduced to reasonable propor ed. Mr. Starling L. Marshall, who their bunking house In llustonvllUi tho sordini Tuesday In January, 1MI, between I) and tions. At the rate wo aro going, half was introduced in u pretty little speech 12 a. m.. for tho purpbso of electing Dl- by Hon. It. C. Warren, proved in his lectors to solve tint ensuing vear. THK Kendall proicrty, opposite Mrs. tho people will soon be on the charge .1. W IIOCIvKR. Cashlor. various selections that ho possesses Lou Shanks, was taken down yesterday of tho county. dramatic power of a high order. Each at :uo. Judue Saufley hold a special term number was well given, but ho reachr SRK II. C. Baughmun. agent, for low for tho Garrard circuit court hero Sat- ed tho climax of line reading and actA mooting of Hut shtokholilers of tho I"lrt rates btrered by tho Ky. Growors In- urday In thu case of Dr. J. B. Owsley ing In "Tho Bolls," which he gave In National Rank of Stanford will K hold at vs. tho creditors of Arch Walker, but costume and with great elTect. The their banking houso the hernial Tuo.sduv In surance Co. for thopurKtso owing to thu unavoidable nbsenco of songs of little boys and girls was a January, 18!b,the ensuing year. of electing II Directors for CORN delivered In town In llvo bar- Judge It. P. Jacobs, one of tho counsel, pleasing feature of the entertainment, JOllX.l. McRORF.RTS, Cashier. rel lots, at $1.7f por harrel. J. H. It was continued till Fridtiy next. Somu while Miss Mary Cowen's songs were Butighmun & Co. $8,000 or $10,000 are Involved, Dr. Ows- us are till tho cliorts of that popular ley claiming und being uble to show young ' lady greatly enjoyed. While THE recent sale of their butcher A mooting of tho of tint ' by the Jurvls that amount of monoy was advnnced on here Mr. Murshall was the guest of his Farmer Rank and Trust- Co.. wll Ih held shop to Geo. M. Austin tfiolr bunking hoiiho tho llrst Wednesday relative, Mrs. Nannio Saulloy, at the at n,.n. failed to pan out and yesterday tho farm, under contract, which was 18U(i, for tho purjtoso included In Mr. Walker's as college, where ho remained till Sun In January, for tho ensuing your. of electing of it to A. J. Burton, of it Directors they disposed J. B. OWSLEY, Cushler. day. McKluney, who will run It wide open. signment. I I Eu-brti- ks Wi; aro receiving our Xinas stock A DAUGHTER arrived nt Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Baugh James Popples' Sunday and the father, who is nearly 70, Is as proud as mortal THE ladles of tho C. W. B. M. arc mun could well be. requested to meet at the Christian L. G. Goocil, as special commissionchurch at ! M. Wednesday. er sold yesterday 101' acres of land beFor Sale or Rent. Several good longing to J. C. Gooch and lying near farms. Will exchange for town prop- - Wayncsburg, to Win. Horton for W00. etty. J. II. Albright, Brodhead, Ky. Those who know say the tract Is worth .'1 s CAUSE FOR ALARM. How baldness begins. t $ How to prevent it. Every person, mute or female, rhrinlcs from baldness. It adds to the appearance The cases arc rare when the falling out of the hair may not be stopped, and n new nnd healthy growth ol the hHir promoted. The hair grows in the scalp like a plant in the soil. II n plant flourishes, it must have constant attention, it must be wateretl regularly and find its. iood In the soil where it Is rooted. It's so with the hair. Neglect is usually the beclnnitiff of baldness. Dandruff Is allowed to thicken on the scalp. The hair begins to loosen. The scnlp loses its vitality. The hair, insufficiently nourished, begins to fade and to fall. The instant need in such a caec is g some practical preparation which, the needed nourishment to the strength, scalp, will feed the hair, give it and so produce a strong and healthy growth. All this is done tiy Dr. Ayer s Hair Vigor, the most practical and valuable preparation for the hair that can be obtained. It tones up the scalp, does away with dandruff, stops the hair from falling, restores the origiual color to gray or faded of age nnd Is a serious dlscoralort. sup-plyin- gal-lor- y Kxu-cutlvo- s. 1 o, hair, and gives an abundant and glossy growth. Those who nrc threatened with approaching baldness will be interested in the following voluntary statement, made by Alderman S. J. Green, of Spencer, Iowa, lie writes: " Anoui four months ago. my hair commenced falling out so rapidly that I hciame alarmed, and being recommended Dr. Ayer's Hair Vigor by a druggist, I resolved to try this preparation. I have been now using it for three months, and am much gratified to find that hair has eased falling out and alo that hair which hud been turning gray lor the past five years has been restored to Its original color, dark brown. It gives me much pleasure to recommend this dressing." S. J. Gkckm, Aldermau, Spencer, Iowa. Those who are Interested In preserving and beautifying the hair will do well to send for Dr. Ayer's Curcbook, A sloryof cures told by the cured. This book ol loo pages is sent free on request, by the J. C Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. Christmas : Presents. Uoso-Ihjw- Row-lan- d o i" d Llv-ingnto- u, To suit the mo't fastidious nt prices so low that every one can afford to buy. Toilet Sots, Vns-e- s, Manicure Sets, ."having sots. Albums, Lamps, Cnmlolubrns, Medallions, RMiit I'lurtis. Cuku mill Dosort 1'latoA, After CotTeo Cups and Minors und otlior things ton numerous to mention. AUo various kinds of Uamos. Hook, Dolls, Toys, etc., for tho children. Iiok at the beautiful solid llvorWntor Set. Ton Sot. Knlvciaiid 1'oiks Tea Spoons, Orange toons, Souvonlr Sjioons, etc., which I will .sell chunpor than you can buy In tho city. Don't go off to otlior places to buy Christmas piesents, wlion you can buy chcapir at homo. C'omo In and examine my stock and Ito convinced that my prices aro us Ion as the louest. Expect to put In a line of court-hous- e. Grin-stea- d, StapUe After Christmas anil am & Fancy Groceries any y. y alwajs ready and anxious to wait on you for In my line. thing you wunt p C. W. ADAMS, Hustonville, Ky. ; piera. IdlE In Central Kentucky. F111M " Uar-nishe- s, s r. 1 am now prepared to make all kinds of Picture) Frames to order from the Cheapest to tho Most expensive. All work done Promptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed. AUo curry the Largest and Most Complete line of o, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Paints, Oils, Brushes Z Window Glass No. 300 Main Handsomo line of Fine PICTURES for the Holidays. Call and see. A. E. GIBBONS, m ;i Street. Danville, Ky. y, nl HDIT STEAL Rought them with the Cash ami am selling them for the Cash. them so Low. Roys' Good Oveicoat... Rotler Overcoat. Roys' Hotter Ovorcoit. Roys' Good Suit Roys Rotter Suit Roy's All Wool Suit.... Roys Is JiivZyLo the reason I can prico ,...4.C .SI. SO .. 3.00 ...KV ..1.00 ...1.75 11 Hoys' Hotter Overcoat Roys' Hotter Overcoat Roys' Rest Overcoat , Roys' Rotter Suit Hoys' Hotter Suit Hoys' All Wool Suits, 2 pulr pants S1.00 2.C0 4.00 75c 1.50 2.23 m Wo fT Mo SfflAWIGG .fli iKi lij-oun- d -- it 1 F& Stranne Proceedina To begin to CUT PRICES on Dress Goods, Capes and Jackets but these lines must be closed before k ti mi POWDER MEW I JANUARY CB ST. r v 5Jj vA VB As Winler has just begun you get these goods in ample time to get the worth of them in ware this Winter. We will nfTVr mnnv uspfnl rhinos for Christmas Presents snrh VVVVV V 9 " " T T - ' m as Fascinators, BaDy sacKs, afl Shawls, Hoods, Stamped Goods, Handkerchiefs. Gloves, Towelb, Table Linens, Ribbons, Combs, Brushes, Purses, &c. Not room enough here to tell of every December in ducement. Come and see for yourself. T m flrst-clus- DOTAL Stockholders' Meeting 1) SEVERANCE & SONS. s. I i I m T Stockholders' Meeting. in Drugs, books and stationery, We carry only tho best goods and bell at Uniformly Low Prices. best-grade- s Stockholders1 meeting. - TluiMimu rule apples to our stock of Window Glass and Putty, only. In which we havo tho PENNY'S DRUG STORE. M i ai. Wi tiff ULSSTJl1 3te". kM"Ymmfmm wi'tyiiwi & A OUT IN THE GLOBE w -- EftSY CHANCE TO SAVE MONEY. i Look at Our Prices Now in Fine Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats and Shoes. Sgnsa SiSSS Eayfr'idMCH Fine Lot of Columbia Colored Shirts worth $1 and $1.25 OVERCOATS. now 65 cents. si SUITS. 00 Our $7 50 now ? 5 OOlg - $ 5 g Good Suits, " - 7 50 g 10 00 now 7 50 Good Heavy Sox sold for 10 cents, now 5c. Our Tan and All AVool Suit, - 12 00 now 10 00 g - 10 00 Fiuc Suit, Black sold for 15c, now 8 " - 12 00R 15 00 now 2fl l-3- c. -- Better Suit, 13 and 15 00 lVp i ) r ,vrivr You Know These are Good Bargains. and so on. !Ncver in the history of the Shoe trade have you Call and see Rnnn or hojird of such a Great Cut. SHOE pwagrigrg Fine Fedora, $1 00 now 1 acit ZtS55S555j $1 'Fine Line of HATS. - $4 ?2i $ - for yourself. Silk Mufflers, Imported Neckwear, Wool Mufflers, Something- Entirely NEW. - gmM Carary g - I ou now - . o nn VV HUM 2 50 now i i iws 75 UV STIFF HATS. Pinn .. .... "Rrmi'ii. .., - ...v. "Rljinlr niirl ..... .. 1 v . . r,o is? 2 00 & fci $1 25 1 50 2 00 2 50 i Christmas Novelties, "LT;i-"fc- A XG jMRTKlMONIflL, GTobe and Save C. O. sStkyis J. L. Fr ohman t So. opublic sale i flCall and See Us ZVloney. James .Mack Kldd, aged 20, and Miss Elizabeth Waddle, sweet 16, were married at Peter Waddle's, near Crab Orchard. Friday. The Reporter says that 13 marriacre licenses were issued laat week to Pulaski county people, who seem to think that marriage is not a failure. Invitations are out for the marriage of Miss Leila, the pretty daughter of Sheriff Walter Elrod, of Somerset, to Ben P. Hints, which occurs on the 16th. A pretty Wilmington, Del., In which a Louisville girl figures. Miss Louise Mcln-tyr- e in packing smoking tobacco put her name and description In n nok, adding that she would marry the man who found the card if he was so inclined. John Lyons, of Wilmington, found it, opened up a correspondence wlta the girl and they are to be married little romance comes via V s to Miss Vesslc Andcrnon, Loth uf Prcacher8vllle, occurred late Thu.wla,, afternoon, as we stated In our lait issue it would. After the pleasing ui;L.w by the children of her school, hi celebration of its close, the abutu louuio were pronounced husband and wlio hi the presence of the children, Ro. x.. B. Mahony saying the ceremony. Afterward Mr. and Mrs. Cummins we'll t to Rev. W. T. B. White's where a luneh was served aud where a number of their friends gutheied to congratulate them. The bnue io oaiu to be pretty and accomplished, wuile the groom Is an Industrious, clover .young man, who Is almost us popular as his brother, the county clerk. cost the Louisville & Nasr--villroad $1,500,000 to equip its ficlai, cars that are not so equipped, with automatic couplers and air brakes. .olllcial will be sent to A Murlon couuty, to report ou the advisability of eatabhshiiig during Christmas. The marriage of Fleming F. Cj-mln- 3 It will post-ofll- ce a rural free delivery station. OiUeera are pursuing Prior New, a married man, who is accused ol cu'n.-iij- ; an orphan girl In Owen i .. . ing cards advertising the famous F. F. V. trains. Thso canl v sn of the Jlnest make and quality, and many persons took advantage of the npprtunitv to lay in a supply. Yours tiuiy, u. t . Barney, D. P. A. mm liy. Chesapeake & All Gone.outThe entile stuu.t ui Ohio playits h.is sold 9 bruise Ttuj ixbt . " sores, uIrn.B4lt rbcum, frTcr neU Uiudj, rhUblslm, cora aud all kktu eruption. JtiMWliively cures pllMor no nay rejiir,l or uiuuatced to giro perfect utUfactlon mmuiouer . by Pilie 25 teut per box. Vol 2icIto!Tti, Druggist. sit-m- Eucklin' Arnica Salve. lalro la the world for can,, fttir i. Tlrnt tract Situate In Hovle county. duscilbed it. 'foilhs. Htuiitc about two . nllos (mm the town of Diinvllle, aud on thu turniilku road lending from Danville to tftauiord, mid bounded on the north by the turnpike roud lending from Danville to Lancaster and the lands of William Veager. on the noutli by the turnpike road leading from Dauvllle to Stanford, on the eail by the lands of Wm. Yeager and Rtuben Gentry 'estate, and on the west by the second truct herein below riutcrllied, and containing 201 acres, 'i roods aad l't Kles. and !eliig the V. Cugsiand wife re-- ame land on t.liuli J. sided on January Slid, 1 "J- -. , i follows: Situsecond tract ' town of Dan-vllate iboi.? '3-- i ri''r and adjoins the tract above described, and Is bounded 011 the noitli b the turniz Croscent pike 11J11U leading from Danvlllo to Lancas-- i Rates Queen , . . . - ,, r . road leadr on tl o " ! t t. . i . . uiX rrip iiPiiuvn nil 'un n from Danville to Stanford, on the in-- t v "r.uc -- tatlous, Dec. 22, 2.', 24, 'lo, ing the land alnivo described, and on the by n m i t... i n r r i . rotura jan. nV t by t pr , iTy )f D irtin, and con- !'- - l'! a. '" ' ith. Same iuu also foi lij.:ut to Each of said tnicts will bo sold In 0110 points on other lines within- - .'500 miles body as 11 whole; the tiact llrst ilercrllied reIt itfi Vve ' .! j(I.4i. VT. C. niai... .jiif alize a w"l ivhutticlent to rii'il Ifthe iloiwnot and debts pay sum G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. costs in this suit, amounting to 325,850.00, then the .second trct will 10 sold. And If T rfrT Ipivlnnq; J go O.nU St ITcr.der- - from the sale of In tli mid tracts said sum of .nVMHI Is not leulUud. then the underon that a young lawyer has gone into signed ComuilsKloiK-- r '.vhl, ON Mu.iiAY, JA.,L.A1C' lOib, laOs. 'c bncher business until times get '.. r At 1 o'clock, P. M., or thereabouts, lcli7g Mrs. Lena Brcslan, of New York the llrst day of the Junuarj term of the Court, cell to tho highest "-- . ' ' tl record b f,I !: z ,,r " Lincoln County a, uuiK ouiviy. In (loutof uilii tmsl liiUuii to-'- i of Stanford, Ky., to (wr children la two day. Miefourt linu"" ,r " or tracts of nm .' bee wator .orlrsriys-- t the .' following describedbo necessary laud,pay .ui i. to so much thereof as may .""1 operated It at a proflt of ? 11 OS audi also .i.v- - b u.. dui uiou said sum abovo mentioned after the sale of the two last year. tracts of land n Uojlo county. First ti act described iu, follows: Situate Fr ef Charso to Sufferers. In Lincoln county. Ky.. and containing Cut tUlaout and tjlco it to Tour drulat and get acres, und tying at or neur tlio r , !v ' '.t U.e of Dr. Kite's New llsfoTf ry about 27. for 0niiMirtlim. (Viwli and olJ. They do not town of Crab Orchard, ami situated on Ixith . UU sides of tl.' t" ilko road, mid )UU HI Uu) IA.1U.C lljiL.. 1.113 ill kUU remedy, adjoluH the lands of Mrs. Karris, It. II. th crpit n''ltsof tlits truly woiid-rft ih and chow you what can tw nrtoniplllil Charles Adams and Oeorgo James' . kwm ... ttK. 1 '.is li uii experiment, and Heir-- , and liicluile the lauds Inher'ted by - uM t Md tW ilWtM' tn flip .), , (,tu.t inn 1. , '..Uui. J.iou Ouest. uui kuou it uuiu iu.aii.iiM cuiu. Many o lliu Second tract described as follows: Situnow inlnj; it in lliilr pr.uiWt; ihrBlchntnre and containing wltli Kreat reult, aud are rclylux on it iu uiont ate In Uiicoiutuuui), ' I ' :;d'--.' ' 13 , i'Uj It. it n - I ' , V 'i-trprrml','loierof I(ii.m. lrtitorc Hrt.til.ira ire ri' ,1. acre.. 50c V,' Guest iv fin UUU 1. ou Inilmlf of II. W. me Lincoln Circuit Court lurrls' Heirs. Wemr.n. The Comlnj Tiiims. Sales will be mado on a credit of Who poos to the club while her htiOiand tends 0 and IS rr, . .,....; iiuts, and the -- Xixulo boud.s , -- ..lud M..ao tt.p 0"XfA inuii purchaser W. . , iu. who looln after her home, f will ImiiIi at liinai pel with approved surety, paynblo to tho undor- rundown luhtaltu. They will In) tiouhled with slgneu, Having ioicu aim 1 u. utn uu" OIj"- m " liiifiiprtlt,iMilffhi !'!,10 Ilotn :i.. ut. ... ' '"'; '"'l cent, per annum, and . ,,d. at sl ixir t(iMi women in Klertrlc Hlttera. Thoii"1"!- addl-tlou- al uiluci Auu Lanm liaikaud Weak kiducvs rlo with lien retulnod 011 llio pnipertyas security for tut. :.- - i.iciit tfioriHif. men. It male cuuiplaiuuand Nerroua Iroulilen of The amount to be raised by the sale. In. Is 8S5,S50,00. IVIioalw women rhmild keep tbii remeily cluding costs. Hitter OlIAd. 0. FOX, uu auiiti lo uuuu up lliu kauui. Only oOC pr hot-Master Com'r Boylo Cir. Court. sale by W, n McP.Qbcrtv Ivy. f')-PtV-tueM.-rioia-lo . Sunday, Dec. 12th, the Chesapeake oc Ohio Ry. shortened up the time of iw F. F. V. limited train which will leave Winchester at 4:45 l M., Lexington 5:20 p. M., Frankfort, 0:13 P. M. and Sholbyvllle 7:00 P. M., reaching Louisville at 8:00 P. M., making direct connection In union depot In Louisville d with the Illinois Central limited 8:10 P. train leaving Louisville M., carrying free chair car and elegant fltacnara. reanhlu'' Merauhls 7:00 A. M. next morning and New Orleans 7:00 P. M. next evening, and making direct connection In Memphis for all Texas points. Aso connect" in union depot at Louisville with the Air Line, B. O. & S. W. and Ilendersen Route trains , and v'th Louis and the Hlg Four Route for Chicago and points North. This Is the best and quickest train service ever given In the Blue uiass seuilou for the West and South, and is 70 miles shorter to St. Louis than ia oiucluuatl. For full Information cuii ou u. i'c O. agents or ui he lo No trouble to uiiower unueisigueU. G. W. Barney, D. P. A. questions. Lexiugtou, Ky. vestl-btile- Changes Time. Commencing mmmm Thomas MrllobtirU. By I w. Krwsi $3& (&&&fiB3$8 HOVLE CIRCUIT COURT. PliiIntliT, Vs. Ciuest, .Vc, Uffoiidiints. I S r EW G00BSI Drugs Wo On juy piemUs Jnn. l, i&ys, will rent to the ifgheM bidder 170 Acrtu Lntiil to ,u t cultivnteil in llniin nml ' Yowcll, HuMoiivilk', Ky. gi FR KENT. l,r ed virtue of a Judgment of the Hoyle Circuit Court In the uIjovo styled case, renderI will, at tl.o Junuar' term, Is'JT, thereof. On Monday, Dec. ao, '97, m At 1:0 o'clock. P. M , or thereabout, (being the llrt dnvof this Dim'piuImt term of the ... .1... l.l.lt., and Hoylo County C)urt, . ..It beit bidder, at nuijiicouMrrviwtorouio court lioue door In the town of Danville, Ky., the following deorlld pmiivrty, viz, :t Toilet Vrticles. Books And Bibles. new Opportunity of Your L!fa ujMii.ilmt, so barrel (louring with Klevntor 1n lMdrnce uihI.i.k of wheat and com for sale. Mill running full I liiio and dNjimlnjr of entire out put at satisfactory prl.-.-fK. .,BI hlu)ll1,(, u, -- een to U- - apiireclnti-d- . W Ihj miIiI Mt lt lMfirnlii in hiuiiii, f,, ,.. ,., ,,. 1... .. ! milling Terms wisy. mil on or ....... i v. ..,KSI1ALE. Huslonvllle. Ky i'11rt1-(;l'";- '. s ' 4 m tel '? &SS are receiving every thing at prices to ult. to cnll and nee tut. You are cordially TWO TKACTS OF LAND ! Hion Locust Herd Reg. Poland enjnas. Son of Klever's Model, No. 28.719. tho greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S CLAUDE, No. 12,091, son of tho World's Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. Hue, toppy young boars ready for sorvlce. A few show gilt old enough to breed, and bred mum In every respect, with a specialty, for sale. This stock Is strictly flrst-ola- ss at jr" W. B. MoROBEBTS. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. ,, bu-im- Fai'm Exchange. Iluy And II farm, nr rx haugu for ntv INt of 1'nrtns to selivt tr, projierty. an kiiiiis anil siua. ADAH" .1 HOWE. 1 .11. .Nam. Heal Agent .....1 JlarnifiT r.r in,Estatei...t?. arm Departmont. IiuUvllle. U l.t 1 Headed by U. S. MODEL, rjO. 38,353. I m1 J. it 1". r i tii pedigrees. Prices reasonable uud satUfactlou guaranteed. Vrlloour wants or comu aud KY., see my hogs. A few fresh Jersoy Cows for sale. They are good ones. Also Mammoth Pekln Duck Is no prcpaiiKi 10 do nil kltidt of I'lumhlni: A. E. HUNDLEY. Ilox 105. Danville. Ky. Egirs. 31 for 13. imlTlrv1 - 0.1. k, rH of !,.,.. Hluck Diamond Itoof 1'itiriV Telephone Ni. -- . luBiuuucu. niiop 011 .Mill M.. oppslto J. inn lhu f Jones, PLUMBING. 21-H 1 STANFORD, - H. C. RUPLEY, ... ft to "7" rHS MERgflANT TAILOR Is) v nn wsuwl&u Wry r ,rTT Receiving his FALL AND WINTER iJoods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. -- GOODS. Insurance Company Give him a Call. "eCJCLYN. : WE AltE Now- - j. "t AGENTS THE OUTER oaiuuinaM v-o- Insurance ., 01 oCOtlttUd. BOUNDED 180f3. H. B. 1V1AHON Y, Agt, w ul Hro-naug- h, CELEB FLOWS, iLaiug wmitxt . . u. (p-ltrr u., v. v t- -- er .a. i.j. Dick's Feed Cutters, Hocking Valley Corn Sheiiers, Brown's Cultivators. Studcbaker "Wagons, &c. Comu uud bee us when you iv.laim my t, kind "iT1 AU rxnonii diwilrlnir lx-iis-t for plank fence, ui iiu fcutouu Cud tuoy Hum 'i-. ACTIOS I Ioti ui tonnmtr Cwlar Croc, on Ll r"f' t.o cmli Orchard lo bunlurd 1 hImj uiiui.i, thin kind ran rail on inn at mr ttorn nnrr.Ur . -M U. V. HlNOLKfON. Wiuu ai, ' of lumber forlinlldlnx '" iirpii; tltolNintdi uuy frUMllli! l j( Mt.-tiii- f , r'' want anything in tho Implement line, itucaNter, iMc meet Mason Hotel rtot ... w. . ,Ltrit nuS, . t Kiifarlrv . JW1 rr HIGGINS St WKINNEY. Kveryt!,IcS first-class- trnfns Turicia gg ?- - ot J v?jrt- - t9&!i;' ;a - rk , liiM .J?fciiUl'Wvt3. jMT?.--