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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897122101 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. vnmr SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. DECEMBER 21. 1897. LANCASTER. RELIGIOUS. NO. 84 Walter Forrester's Letter FllANlCKOUT, 1 o Y ffouc if Mft tr i I A Kv., Doc. 17. The Messrs. E. D. BUhop and T. S. Elkln Rev. Ira M. Himwull has resigned us ganj; of republican! for pie have boon summoned to turve on- - the pastor of the Christian church at Lebtulvo-ontU. S. grand jury at Frankfort in Janu- anon. only, Is howling ajrnln boeauso of device- on tho ary. the nbolitlon Monroe Oliver, aged Is, mid MUs It is rumored that Mr. James Saun Allle Winters, 17. were married at ballot: they think that tho nswlst fi,it. nil liiltmt friwiutvil mtilit:. fit rimilMl ders, snerUr-olccwill toon bo wedded ' Huntsville, Tenn. more Many take, thulr "wns In to one or our beuutifnl and worthy According to last years' rate of givyoung ladies. ing It takes l.'J.OOO Southern Baptists UlUI UU( 'l lit till f itt uu tnu tucky that them anil thelr'n "air well Tho fiscal court convenes to support one foreign missionary. Of the Brightest nnd Richest Chritm;is Attraction Xow Open in a Blaze of Splendor, nn' doln1 well," ami how as ho Is clear Monduy. to hour the report of the comTho court of appeals decides that Literally Bristling- with Holiday Bargains. mint If he doesn't do something to sup mittee which was sent out to place a charitable institutions are not siibjec1 press tne; a few, a very few, who can value on the turnplKes. to tax and millions of property thereby get railroad passes, even go o far as to The Ladies' Aid Society will have a escapes. come to Frankfurt to see about my Bazaar at Bradley's store-rooLexThe Jewish Historical Society has . huvu ington avenue, on next Thursday. The figures to show that there are !W7,5U0 Tho fact Is these got mj In thu habit of howling every mo.-,- delicious edibles utid fancy work Jews In the U. S Kentucky Is credittime I shy a brick, that they don't stop suitable for presents will be on han d. ed with 12.001). now to beo whether or not they are Mr. William MeKee, aired bO years, a The LouUvllIe Presbytery declined hurt, but just sit on their haunches brothei-ln-Iaw- of Mr. W. II. Klnnalrd, to siispend'Dr. M. II. Houston, adminand howl because they think they are cashier of the National Batik, died on istering only an admonition regarding going to be hurt. Thursday morning and wns buried on his sanctitlcatfon views. Now us a matter of fact an educationFriday In Lancaster cemetery. He Rev. Ied Gridcr only got SIS for al qualification for voter Is one of had been an Invalid for a number of preachl ng three months at Barbout-villthese political problems about which years. says the News, A case of poor republican disagree. The leading re-- ( The largest stock and lowest prices preach, poor pay probably. To Call and Sec My Display of Xew Miscellaneous Gift Books. Teachers' Bibles and publican papers of the North for the of Xmas Goods of any house In Central Rev. L. L. Pickett, who has been on Testaments, Picture Frames and of Artistic Beauty. most part cordially approved this so- Kentucky. Diamonds, Watches, Jew a preaching tour In the mountains, will lution of the election problem, when It elry, Clovks, China and all kinds of stop over here Thursday night nnd was first proposed In Mississippi. Gov. fancy goods, toys, Etc., from one cunt preach at the Methodist church. Bradley nml other prominent Ken- to$(W each, at J. C. Thompson's, Lan Rev. W. S. Grinsteud will hold quartucky republicans are bitterly opposed, caster, Ky. terly meeting for Dr. Vaughn at Juncto the disfranchisement of tho ioor or The approach of Christmas should tion City next Saturday and Sunday Illiterate. Hut I believe a majority of bo looked upon with more solemnity beginning at L i. !. on Saturduj . the Northern republicans think that It than usually characterizes the season. Rev. Z. T. Sweeney, u brother of the would be vastly better for the Intelli- Being tho annlversay of an event upon Paris divine, and and well known here, gent people of the South to establish a which all real happiness depends, and has been called to tho Seventh Street Files, Paper Cutters, Pocket Knives, Scissors, Cut Glass Brushes, Combs standard for their voters above the igno- without which life Is not worth living, Christian church at Richmond, Va. wIiom) votes they do and are 'Vinaigrettes, Mirrors and Manicure Sets. rant classes usiiouiu ue cuicoraiou with proper John Hutton, of New York City, lias forced to control by force or purchase. merriment In an appreciative manner. applied for divorce because his wife is It Is an oen question whether tho dis- ine custom oi eating nnd drinking to not true to him. In an affidavit he franchisement of the Ignorant men excess, gaming and iudulglng in other swears that the corespondent kissed his black and white In Kentucky is desira- sinful pleasures should be abtolutoly wife so hard that he loosened one of ble or not; but for my part 1 am for the abandoned. her front teeth. control of Kentucky by Its Intelligence There never was such a town for By a vote of SI) to '12 tho Alabama and decency. I took that side In nicKiiamos as Lancaster is, and yet State Baptist Association declined to recently ngaltmt the "A. I. A.'s wiey are noi ueeu in ueriston or re- consider tho Whitsltt controversy. Dennis proach, but In the best fouling. There Rev. W. P. Harvey, and Niggers" that Ueo-g- e of the Western I Todd claimed to own and operate. Is "Tool" Logan, "Nobby" Duncan, Recorder, wa on hand and led the shall continue to take that side when-ove- r "Mummy" Marrs, "Crane" Denny, light against Dr. Whitsltt. that Issue Is raised. Now howl. "Swart" Bishop. "Boddo" Morrow Mls- - Rozella Houan, a charming Doll's Drums, Doll's Buggies, Child's Tea Sets, Toy Dressers, A. B. C. and Building who is too and a number of others, who are never young lady of Williamstown, A Nocro In Kentucky will detrilling to learn to read and write with called by Uiolr real nniiie.--. and who liver a lecture or address in the InterBlocks and the Xewest Games of the season. thu oportiinlties that hu has and all got tho names, which they wear, by est of tlie Juvenile Missionary Society tho taxes that white pooplo pay for the some pleasant event In their lives. at tho Methodist church next Monday support of schools for his race, ought Mr. x. ti. waiKer Is preparing to night, 27th. to which all tho young peonot to be allowed to vote. The educat- move to his farm in the East end of ple of town are especially Invited. ed Negroes will not be hurt This may this county. Mr. Clarence Broaddus Rev. Win. Henry Williams, aged 00, bo treason or heresy or what you please, of Kansas, Is visiting his uuelo, Mr. B died atElizabethtown. He was a brothAs the Lowest. but It goes. Waiit.k Fouhustku. F. Broaddus and other relatives. Capt. er of the late Eld. Logan Williams and mm un. iouis i,anuraiu anu .Misses for 12 years had been a leading preachMATKlMONIflL. Altic and Bessie Marksbury havo re er In Hardin and adjoining counties, Uakerjs In jail at I'eterton, turned from n pleasant trip to Wash and was well known nil over Kentucky Alonzo Ington City. The captain Is very hope as an eloquent, earnest, religious workIII., charged with having nine living ful of the passage of the pension bill er. He leaves a wife and three grown wives. for the benefit of his mother. The children. Patrick Leahy and tlvechlldren were Is Pastor J. H. Dew writes: "'Last week burned to death at Ottawa, Ont., by claim a just one, as Gen. Landram which the fa- rendered valuable service for the coun- I closed a delightful meeting with the tho oxploslon of a lamp FARM AND TRADE. try both In tho Mexican and late wars. Stanford church. Pastor J. B. Crouch ther dropped. It should be a source of proud satis- is doing a fine work, and has taken a Twenty of Allerton's get averaged At Selmu, 111., James Garnett secur faction to every democrat in the State strong hold upon his people. Bio. 8S21 at a recent sale. ed a divorce and married his to contemplate tho fact that Kentucky Crouch Is a noble, true man, nnd my J. E. Bruce sold to Montle Fox two sister In 20 minutes afterward. We have 75 Men's, Boys' ana Children's Caps at ioc. Big line of of export cattle at 4ic. Centralla, Mo., at- Is the only State In the Union that stay with him was a constant joy. I Frank Harris, of Men's. Boys' and Children's Gloves both Woolen and Leathe-ioc, Hogs aro lower now than for many tempted suicide because his sweetheart never went republican, unless It was am greatly indebted to him and his exMen's counted that way in lSi)t), and, strictly cellent wife for their warm hospitality. years, some sales being made at loss 15c, 25c and 35c. 50 pairs Ladies' Sample Kid Gloves, 25c. danced with her other fellow. Leather Belts, 15c, worth double. All color Silk Windsor Ties, 5c. than 21c. A Fayettovllle, Tenn., woman wants speaking, os a whole or entire State, It It was also a great joy to meet my Pcdlgo bought In Glasgow 40 Big Reduction in Dress Goods to close out this month. Good assortJ. II. a divorce becau&o her husband sits too couldn't bo so counted then, us the re- friend, Bro. R. B. 'Mahony, and his mules, at ment of Candy at 7 16 hand, 1,100 to to 20c. In Christmas Goods we have Toys, of thu church sisters In publicans did not get the full electoral charming family. Bro. Mahony is an close to soino Albums, Pictures, Box Paper, Work Boxes, &c. All marked very vote. Every other State In thu Union old South Carolinian. He is preaching $S0 to $120. tho choir. Joseph Lodue, founder of Dawson has, from tlmo to time, surrendered to two country churches, Mt. Tabor Tlie famous Oolitic stone quarry, low. Remember we hace three sizes of Pictures we give you every City, Alaska, was married at Schuyler principle for some local Interest and and Preachersville. Baptist Recorder. owned by Bloomlngton, Ind., parties, time you buy S5, Sio or 520 worth of goods. They are absolutely sold for 8:500,000. free. We will sell you the goods cheaper than you can buy them Falls, N. Y., to Miss Katherlno Mason. gone astray In Nutlonul races. Let us Marcus Daly has bought Lady Reel, elsewhere on the face of the earth. line up for tho coming campaigns and Both are very wealthy. It was hardly necessary for Gov. Mr. and Mrs. Uriah Burdsal, each prove ourselves worthy of this great Bradley to define his action in sending dam of Hamburg, and a Rayon d'Or distinction. 87 years old, of Newtown. O., will soldiers to guard the gate on the Dan brood maro for 815,000. Over 100 horses have died In Bates Tho call on tho various circuit clerks ville pike, after the county judge had the 07th annlversay of their of tho State to refund certain fees, on n refused the necessary protection, as all countv. Mo.. In the last month from marriage Christmas day. Mr.,Kdwartl Elliott and Miss Bettle tecnnicauty or law, is worklnir a great law abiding people are on his side. eating dusty and wormy corn. The new Louisville Jockey clnb will Vest, the 17 year old daughter of Mr. hardship, inasmuch as tho feos have Prcsldont Bosloy and Col. Welch hnd of Casey, were united In been earned and disced of in good assured him of the gravity of the situa run its Derby May 4. Eleven stakes Mack Vest, wedlock nt the homo of thu bride, Bev faith by tho clerks. I understand that tion and ho did not waste tlmo in con- will be run during the meetlug. On Goods that arc Good sure Enough. ourelerk, Mr. W. B. Mason, will bo sulting otliccrs who had refused to do Moses Kahn bought 100 fat cattle J. Q. Montgomery olllclattng. required to refund S'JOo. The (incom- their duty. Says the governor: Mr. from John Phelps, of Fayotto, at 4.30 Just received nnothcr big Lot of LADIES CAPES aud the- aro going rapidly nt 75c, SI. 50, Si. 75. S2 and S2.50 each. A burglar entered thu residence of ing legislature should pass an act re- Bosloy is president and Col. Welch the and (50 from Sterling McCann at 4. n thoroughbred sire, Robert S. Brown, tho Tho lieving the clerks at once and also an attorney of the road. It Is true they railroad man, nttacked Mr. act to require tho Stato to refund to do not live In Boyle county, but while .Tils Johnson, died at the home of ear-ol- d son, who was alone, oilier parties funds which havo been I entertain the greatest admiration for Frank B. Harper, his owner, of colic. Brown's beat him Into Insensibility and robbed unlawfully collected, slncu there are tho good people who do live there I did J. M. ColToy bought of W. M. Bright Next week will l In effect on Clothing and Footwear. 20 per cent, reduction from formtho house of 81,000 worth of jewelry. many cases of that kind and wo cannot not feel that others equally as good, 20 yearling cattlo at 820 and sold to Cal- er prices will be mado all next week. Como anil ee tho goods learn the prices and then There were nearly a dozen legal now proceed against tho State. were not entitled to credence because vert, of Boyle, a pair of cotton mules sales will follow and make yon feel good for a. month. Wishing you a merry Christmas and hoping to seo you nt the same old stand next year, I nm very respectfully, in tho United States Friday, hangings It is amusing to notice the men in of their misfortune In living elsewhere. for 8S0. Mattingly & Spalding & Co., sold to Including that of Bud Beard, at every neighborhood, who were named This turnpike raiding has grown to bo Ala., aged 14, for tho rape of for great men, 6uch as Washington, a stench In tho nostrils of tho best peo- Nelson Morris, of Chicago, 13S export girl, which would ap- JetTersou, Clay and Bonaparte. When ple of the State and the country at cattle, averaging 1,402 pounds, at 4$c. an Enterprise impossibility. pear to bo an considering 6ome of theso name-sakelarge. By reason of it fiscal courts in Lebanon F. McKlnney'a farm of 300 William Monarch, tho Eaglo Distil- wo aro forced to conclude that thero Is mauy instances assume that the value Richard lery Company and tho Glenmorc Dis- nothing In a name. Mmiy a fond moth of tho road has been materially de- acres, on the L. & E. road, six miles tilling Company each tiled a deed of as- er has looked into the bright eyes of creased and propose to buy them for West of Winchester, sold at public aucsignment at Owensboro. Tho liabili- her babo and thought that it should small and inadequate sums. In other tion to S. D. Goff at S'l.GO. Sun. The Somerset Paragon has a sheep ties aro Bovorul hundreds of thousands havo tho Initials G. W., T. J., H. C. or words, they claim to bo the beneficiacolumn sinco tho big tariff was put on are also large. and tho assets N. B., and they aro so named, but ma- ries of crime. Free turnpikes Is one Thomas Crew, of Lowlstown, Ind., ny of thoso babes are like tho wasp-lar- ger thing, robbery is another. I wish It to wool. It will hardly record a hog sale, thought ho heard burglars in his room In the beginning than at the bo clearly understood that where judg- though, they are so cheap in these days and Jlrcd his pistol In tho dark. Ho end. If Jefferson could be raised from es fall to furnish adequate guards, or of prosperity. Two Clark county hogsheads of towas horrified to And that ho had seri- tho dead and meet a certain T. J." where the guards prove insulliclent or who had over here, ho Would gladly bacco sold in Louisville the other day wounded a room-mat- e ously return to worthless, State troops will be called Cast Point; also Gibbs Imperial Goods, come In unexpectedly. tho silent chamber of death. Tho same out and retained, if necessary, as long at 821.50 per cwt. and two others at With New Steel Beam and before buying. 820.50, tho highest price paid In any Mrs. Lucy Butler, of Indianapolis, is true of many of those who wear the as my term continues. This lawless Indignant because her child had been initials of the other three. Great men spirit of rufllanlsm must be suppressed. market this year. Mr. Sam McDowell is circulating a reprimanded at school, gave tho teach aro certainly abused in many Instances. petition asking the city council to re mind. Tho former Joseph Clarke, the most successful er a piece of her n William Terrlsa, the acinsurance agent in Louisville, got to peal the ordinance compelling the bceamo so enraged that she fell dead tor, was assassinated, being stabbed gambling in stocks and then he resort- court day stock sales to be held on from heart disease. F. Burnett, a Methodist with a knife as ho was entering the ed to "kiting," and tried his hand at Walnut street. The petition Is being Gcorgo transactions In the attempt largely signed. At the Granville Cepreacher from Bethel, this State, fell stago door of the AdelphI Theatre at bucket-sho- p Headed toy U. S. MODEL, HO. 38,353. woman In Louisville, London, by an actor named Archer. to retrieve his fortune, with tho usual cil sale eight pure bred Jerseys sold at in with a Negro Son of Klevor's Model, No. 29.710. the greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S and was robbed of $10. Ho was foolish Torrisa was at one tlmo in tho fancy result. Now he Is a fugitive with ma-o- y 826 to 857.50. At G. W. Coulter's sale, CLAUDE, No. 12,'60t, son of the World's Columbian Champion, Claude. No. 11,007. Fine, thousand dollars lost for himself and jack stock sold at from 860 to 8230, the toppy young boars ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows enough to notify tho police, who mado horse business at Lexington. in every respect, with strictly Mra. Salllo Evana Clark, wife of Mr. friends. latter figure being paid by Charley a Hpecfalty, for sale, This stock Issatisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or come and matter public. tho reasonable and pedigrees. jack by a son see my bogs.Prices D. W. Clark, editor of the Georgetown Ware for a Samuel R. Hull was sentenced to tko Three persons were killed in a wreck Cows for sale. They are good ones. Also Mammoth Pekln Duck A few on tho Chicago aud Eastern railroad at sentinel, uiea alter an illness of two uenltontiary for lifo for the murder of of Paragon, out of a Giant jennet. Ad- Eggs, II fresh Jersey A. E. HUNDLEY, Box 195, Danville, Ky. for 13. vocate. months, aged about 30 years. J hie father at Princeton, Ind. Clinton, Ind. nl Grand Holiday Exposition t, to-da- y, ca-c- dirt-eate- rs t ! e. EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED! MEDALLIONS Sterling Silver Novelties. Buttoner, Lou-lavll- lo DOLLS. GAMES. KY PRICKS MMM tOW JUST THINK OF THIS. 4 W. B. McRoberts. , 1,300-pound ex-wlf- car-loa- col-eora- to TANNER BROS., McKinney. Holiday Prices That Tell Gfyristn?a5 015001115, -- "al il 1 II XI well-know- Lou-Isvll- lu well-know- n 10-- y Car-rollto- n, olght-year-ol- d Jacob Hummelstein, McKinney. s, Investigate. Vulcan PLOWS B. K. WEARElYiSt SOV. well-know- High Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cninas. flrst-cla- ss te two-year-o- ld , - , . rJ J-- 4l - . I" MIMIill llll aim jjr$3!FfCmt , y " aw sasj Clips Their Wont. THE BEST WAY. -A clergyman, famous for his begging StitmcMloiia na to tin- Choice of Untiabilities, wns once catechizing a 1 sit where- winter's sunshine falls and look dily tart. across the snow. school. When comparing himself Good farm of lO.'l Acre, a West of 97. At tlii1 Christum season everybody, It covers hills and valleys as It used to long the pastor of a church to a shepherd, Stanford on lCnol Lick pike'4 miles on Knot nnd ago: no mutter whether he has been helped and his congregatlou to - Dec. 21, 1S97 Stanford, Kv., the sheep, he side of Hunglnc Pork, adjoins Intuit of the Full stocks nf Fruit und Ornamental Trees I catch the sound of merry bells that ring or not during the year, tries to do someund a joyous strain, put the following question to the chil- Into Jntnes A. Ilurrls and I nunc .loni'i. In Ornpu Vlnus. Small l'rult-- . In n high state of cultivation. Has every thing for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. And though my hair is white, and thin 1 thing fur those he lores, nnd often for dren: nnd necessary outbuildings, fronts on pike We huvu 110 ngouts but sell direct to tho am a boy again. those he does not love, but who need W. P. WALTON. "What does the shepherd Jo for the ami Is In best of nelghlKirliooils. planter, saving enormouseoiniulsslous. CatAddress, to have something done for them. Let sheep?" C. L. CHOW, McKlniiev. Kv. alogue. 011 application to The memory of a boyhood passed upon the give our Christmas gifts on the prin tis II. V. IIILLK.NMF.YKIt. dear old farm To the amusement of thoe present 6'J never fade I.o.xliirton. Ky. u.tiliBlieAT'ia.eBAa.jro'.ttss.A.c ridave Will love and theiswhile my heart with ciple of "lifting n little." Lot us choose n small boy in the front row piped out." warm; truth of present that will lighten a AT why I'm glad to hear the the sort And that is "Shears the ml" burden when we can do so. tus well as 'J I3 Kit YKAU IN" ADVANCE That Christmas bells music among the one tlint will simply give pleasure to The Creoles! of Them .il. fill the air with NATIONAL BANK Unclertalcer, snowy dells. lie Is great who win in battle, tnc e.ve or taste oi uiose wno receive it. When not sopaldffiCCO will e charged. rlustonvillo. Kentucky Likewise he that rule the state; the little Too many times wechoose what wcthink The children will bo home Ho Is great whoso Icre and logic W STANTOIID, KY Is pretty, without regard to whether Otters hit services to tbe jeople of West Lincoln come, tots Help him conquer In debate; and Casey counties. Pull stock of Cotlitiaand Casknoisy It suits the needs of the. one on whom I'll laugh to hear the rattlo of the He Is great who, with his pencil. LflGIL Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 ets alwsvson band. Christmas drum, Holds old nature up to view wo would bestow n remembrance. It I' ft. Carpenter. Mauaier,- W long ago within this room, when everyFor Attention of th public Is railed to tha f.irt thst Hut the greatest of all mortals is not so gratifying to one's self to give thing this Is the only Natiunal Hank In Stanford. UnIs the noble fellow who TBIEfflD, I hung an was still, stocking up for Santa money, ttnil yet money is often the most der the prurltlotis ol Hip National Hank Act urchin's Cun lo"o his collar button depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, VOM TO Claus to till. sensible gift we can bestow, for the And not lose his temper, tool but by the siocklmMeis' liability lor an amount Chicago Nrwi KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. list people who have real needs do not like riialtn tbe I seem to hear the winter winds blow as a Hou sre secured ol tVCU.ouo. Five sworn OWNERS. statements olstockby Kitfund desHKirsuf tblslDstlt they loudly blew to mention them, nnd if they hnve the an J 4 p. in the eomlltluuot the lUnk are made Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. w. a 5t xiu'io. vi:ittrir.i. When Boreas mustered in the west his money it can be made to give real pleaseach )rar to tbe fulled Slates tfuveinment and its 25 p. in. anil 9:03 p. in. returning at 4: ever boisterous crew. Are you Insured 1 If not. whv not? Thou. assets are e ininltml at stalest times by government And down beneath the ancient oak we ure, and at the same time lift n burden additional and srlect Jtet. snnds of dwellings mid burns good ust yours acents, thus KNOXVILLE DIVISION. from the mind. built our ramparts white, to depositors. This Institution originally established as the ! ...12 37 p m And battered them with snowballs In the I hate known families toreeeivogift.s No. 24 Train going North fsisit Hank ol Stanfoitl In 13J, then reorginlred ss crisp and starry night. ... 3 13am " " No. 26 " of the same articles of clothing, which, me .national Usui ol blanlunl in isi iniagain ...12 04 p m " South No. 25 " risiryaniied as the I'lrsl National Hank of Stanford 1 27 p m ... " I envy none nt preat cost of lnbor. they had just " I covet no man's wealth No. 23 ' In Isvj, bas bad practically an uninterrupted place. his succeeded in procuring for themselves. For alllPolnts. .VI )ears. supplied now will It Is My llncago back to ear! or duke I fear 1 facilities for transacting; and lib I have known families to receive beauEvery year, involving the. lo of millions of erallv than sver Ufore Inbusiness promptlyhonorable THRO'JGII TICKETS SOLD. could not trace; Its long and dollars. Why should vou expect to escupe care- - .Vrvniims of Individuals, fldiiclailes, tlrms BAGGAOE CHECKED THROUGH. But I would sooner fill this chair beneath tiful gift bonks that must be handled from year to year r at.d Individuals solicited. the roof I own carefully and kept nwny from the dust. For any information enquire ol Than have the cares and troubles that be- who would have been so grateful for DIKKCTOK. Arfent, JOE S. MCE, set a monarch's throne. F. Held, Lincoln Co.; Tour Property May Bum J. W. llayden, Stanford nchoolbooks. maps, charts, and such Stanford, Ky. " S. II. lUuglituali, S.T.Harris, My acres are not many, but I won them things as they constantly have to buy. T. K Hill, J. S. Docker, " Within a yenr. within mouth, within 24 with my toll, " FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. hours. Why should you exjKu the accu- K. I. Tanner, McKlnnev. IV. A. Trlbl.le, Orch'd; From boyhood with the plowshare I have To people who have little space give mulation of years of honest toll to loss by J. II. Colller.Crabtaiifrd. M. J. Miller, .Mt. Vernon. nothing of which they must take care M, I). Elmoie, VIAGEOUUhTOWN. turned the dewy soil: u alnglo tire, which can destroy It In an x M I've- whistled in the morning with the lark that is. after a momentary plensure. orricias. A. M. hour Soliciting a share of your patronage .M. ..... behind the plow, Arl255 Lve. Somerset, 2i00 35 ndding a burden instead of lifting Cashier I.S Hooker, President; J.J. Mcltnlx-rallesjKvtfully, " 11 si " Jet. City. Oju A gayer lad, a brighter boy. the wide world one. A A MrKlnuey, 315 does not know. 450 Arr Georgetown, i.t 3 00 80 Franklort, But you sny: Our gifts tire not charJESSE D. WEASEN, 1155 .20 o About me prew the little ones, the farm ities, but expressions of our love to SO id Arr Paris General Agent. RIO hope and Joy. Stnnford, Ky their Co Daily except Sunday. They never shirked a duty and their love our friends. Yes. and the expressions C.D.BERCAW.G.P. A. of love will nlways take rare of themhad no alloy; JOIIX 1). ClJTLXMA.X. , U. Lasiiam. Though ere by ono they left the place for selves. Love always feels its way to OK STAN FOllI. KY. Commencing Theyother homes afar, greet us 'neath the the thing that meets a loved one's need, Visitor to Asylum Who Is that man C. O. Changes Time. always come to so I say nothing about thnt here. Cut with the notebook? He doesn't appear Paid up Capital, brilliant Christmas star. C200.000 00 Sunday, Dec. 12th, the Chesapeake & ut Christmas time there is almost as Surplus, 17,603 SO Ohio Ry. shortened up the time of They do not think I'm growing old, and I much giving of the other sort that Is insane. Attendant No. He Is employed by INSURANCE my youth renew its F. F. V. limited train which will To see them round the table as once they not really charity, yet Is not love, as Hy provisions ate COMPANY fully protected as of Its thartir, depositors llauks,a Tiddle & L'mpleay, the music publishsit arr drltur In National leave Winchester at 4:45 P. M., Lexused to do: there is givirfg prompted by love Itself, ers, to suggest titles for songs. He Its shareholders Ulng held Individually llaM to thepxtent oftbe amoiintof tbelr slock tnereln at ington 5:20 P. M., Frankfort, 0:13 P. M. Tou cannot still the heart that beats with nnd it Is in this that great care should comes here eery day for inspiration OF LIVERPOOL. love fcr olden times, tbe par value thereof, Inadilltlon to iheamount Inand Shelbyville 7:00 P. M., reaching You cannot dam the flood that pours from be taken. We give to the nged. for it N. Y. World. vested In suth share. It may act as executor, admakes them glad to be remembered. ministrator, truilee, Ac , as fully as an Individual. ever cherished climes. Louisville at 8:00 p. M., making direct entrustthus who Kstntr llrm. BJ2RBEE & caSTLEMEEL edTendering our thanks toe trust they have euntlnu connection In union depot In Louisville I wish for all who hear the bells of Christ- We give to the invalids to brighten He beggwlItrnl maid their biulness tn us, will to '"share his lot." tho the sick room. We give to the little to do so, and weoRtr as a guarantr for prompt atd mas ring with the Illinois Central limited She drew away a tention tu same our W years' In bankMANAtlKitS, The greatest peace the heart can know children everywhere, and to the people And asked. "What bit. It ing aud as Bccouimodatlons as are consistent Is worth u f3ot? train leaving Louisville 8:10 P. where happiness holds swey; especially of whom we know, who would with sound banking. And what's the sire of it?" M., carrying free chair car and elegant Here at the little window of the farm be likely to get nothing If we did not. Commerce Building, Louisville. tllKICTONI. Cleveland Leader. house old and dear Bleepers, reaching Memphis 7:00 A. M. I bles3 the world around me, wishing every- For all these we need to use good judgJ. J. Williams. Mi. Vernon; Agents Throughout tbe outh, Ovrrpnlil. W. II. Cummins, I'reaflitttvllte; one good cheer. ment nnd sound common sense, seanext morning and New Orleans 7:00 p. J 11. Owsley, J. S Owsley, Sr., An Irishman who had jumped iuto William Hooch, S. II. Shaut. M. next evening, and making direct The flag that floats In triumph where the soned with real kindness and love. the water to save a man from drowning, J. Kiubry, J.K. Cash, I say nothing about receiving, for it city's millions swarm connection in Memphis for all Texas J. K. l.vnn, . A. W. Carisrnter; on receiving a sixpence from the resloval Agent, as well J. N. Mfl.rf.s-points. Also connects In union depot Protects farm; tho farmer on his cozy lit- is characteristic of the higher life to find cued man, looked firot nt the sixjenee tle orricsus. it most blessed to give. But the great nnd then at the donor, saving: Stanford, - - - Kentucky. at Louisville with the Air Line, B. O. The stars that gem Its azure field In con- gift of nil. the Christ Himself, and all S. II. Shanks. President; II. Owsley, Ca.bler; scious beauty shine J. "He jabers, I am overpaid for that 3M & S. W. and Hendersen Route trains Upon the nation's capitol and on W. M. llrUlil Teller this home the lesser gifts that follow in the lines Job." of mine. for St. Louis and the West, and with of His coming, are. I am sure, not forA Possible Ktpliinntlpn. Big Four Route for Chicago and points How beautiful the sunlight lies upon the gotten nt this oral any timeof theyear. Anxious Mother Don't you know IIow would it have been with us if lie crystal snow! North. This is the best and quickest 1 joyful IIow that George Washington never, never had never come to Bethlehem? train service ever given In the Blue How heard soring the same sweet bells Ions' ago! ilOUTR Grass section for the West and South, A footstep sounds behind me, though I would it have been with our civilization, told a lie? .The Ilest Line toand I'roiu Sinful Hoy Maybe his mamma didn't our country, our whole outward and and is 70 miles shorter to St. Louis smile- I do not speak, DEALKH IN than via Cincinnati. For full Informa- And she who was a Christmas bride bends inward life? We have only to do some care how much cakes und jam he took, TOLEDO AND low to kiss my cheek. & O. agents or write to tion call on C. thinking along that line to be very and he wasn't 'fraid to tell her. N. Y. PleasAll l'uluts in Michigan. undersigned. No trouble to answer So hand In hand with love and hope we for glad nnd grateful on Christmas day. Week I v. questions. G. W. Barney. D. P. A. the children wait, Washington Home Magazine. CHICAGO. And soon for them as long ago will swing The TiU f Lexington, Ky. the old farm gate; "Whit City Special." "Well," said ihc pntron of the urts THE RETURNED PRESENT. And In the hearts of all will ring the Itest Terminal Station. n chimes Low Rates to Chicago. The To Mr Sent llnek Aunlti at Christ-rau- s. and muses, "what do you thick of the girl's voice, uow that you Lave heard LOUIS. Which ran? that sainted morning in eartb'a Route announces holiday fares to happiest of climes. Avoiding the Tunnel women her? I it was I who discovered it." A half dozen Washington T. C. Harbaugh, In Ohio Farmer. points North. The Monon Route, whose "I eiinnot." said the critic, "tay too were talking the other day about the BOSTON. fine, double daily train service is the kinds of people they know which, by much for your Industry." Town High-Ornd- e Fertilizers and Coal. Warner MreplnsiCart. THE CHILDREN'S DAY. most popular between Louisville and the way. is something women very rare- Topics. Chicago, Is out with Christmas and ly do. ontl how these happened'to be doNI5W YORK. Oiiltnre. tic the GlitiltleMt, They will sell It Ortclit to Happiest Time. Merrleat, ing so in this instant-- is not explained New Year offerings. "Is It true." asked the visitor uf the Goods Warranted a Kcprcsentcd. Office on III! (let 'arlor Cars, Waener Sleeping Cais,! I'rlva Compartment Cars l.lfBsnt loathe and win In this chronicle one of tickets to Chicago and return from Christmas ought to be the gladdest, called the nttenttonand the others them old resident, "that this town used to he i.. Male Street, opposite) Kltnore's Store, Ittx to a culled Daisy?'" of Louisville on December 24, 25 and 31st merriest, happiest time in all theyear Stanford, Kentucky. He sure your tickets read via "1JIO lOL'lt " "Yep. Ilut there was n family moved and January 1st, limited to January 4th to children. No matter how old or sad prominent woman at whose house three J. L. TOTTF.N. .ai.jsma. K. O MtCOItMICK, WAltltl'.NJ LYNCH or four of them had incidentally met here from Uoston and they got It at 810.70. also to all points reached by or poor we grown folks may feel, we the day before. Passenger TraracMyr.i Ass den I'asr. A Tkt. Agt changed to .Marguerite."' Detroit their own and connecting lines in In- ought to try and enter with the chilCINCINNATI OHIO. "That woman." snid the narrator, "is Free Press. diana, Illinois and Ohio on same dates dren into the spirit of the joyous day. a kindly soul. I suppose, and means tSooil Ciimpiili-r- . d regular one way Don't be a damper on their at one and her don't destroy their beautiful well enough, but her wealth and her Papa Crumley I judge a man, sir, fares for the round trip. Time folders child-fait- h social position take up so much of in Santa Claus. The Florida iV New Orleans Limited time she hasn't much left to think by the compiruy he keeps.I of trains and fuller information cheerMr. Suitor Yes, sir. hope you will trains of tlieQuoon & The other day I saw a wee boy and about ordinary things. I fancy there on addressing E. H. Ba- girl writing Croscon fully furnished bear in mind that I've been keeping Route run through to.Inckftonvillcanil their notes to the children's con, district passenger agent, Louis- saint. They were so eager and full of are others just, like her. too. though she company with your daughter for over New Orleans in '2 hours from I inrinna is the only one I know about, because ville, Ky. E. H. Bacon, D. P. A. ti happy anticipation, and their mother I lived in the same town with two her be- ican. years. Philadelphia North AmerThese fnt trains arc of the finest type, came in and spoke roughly to them, fore she came to Washington. Of Do You Love Music? If so, secure telling them thnt there wns no use in luxuriously fitted, nnd running on n'per-- f I don't see a great deal of course, here, A AVny Men Have. s ct road-lieone of the latest and prettiest writing to Santa Claus, he was so poor for she Is so much absorbed in her .Mrs. Stylet. One characteristic about Winter Tourist Liw round-tritickets THE of the day, by mailing Ten cents this year he wouldn't come. Two pairs her, own greatness that I can't get to her my husband I like; he always calls a on isle throughout the North (silver or stamps) to cover mailing and of blue eyes filled with tears, the before it is time to leave, but I always spnde a spade. An elegant service of Cafe, Parlor, and Thoroughbred Buroc Jtsrsey S.D BOSS, postage, to the undersigned for a copy mouths quivered pitcously. I longed to try to remember the old times and 1 alMrs. Lalght I suppose- he's like all Observation Cars on theie trains. Dou(Mark en- gather them up, to cuddle and comfort ways send some pretty souvenir or husbands, however; he culls u club a ble tlaily train service of the Big Four Two-SteMy breeders were selected from the Ust Iieids ol scveial States A ) Wo are giving them, but that would have seemed a other to her nt Christmas. I never lodge. Yonkcrs Statesman. velope Wri e for information to W C. Uinearson, of this famous hreed of of swine Inat; for sale Hred reproof to their mother, and her words, thought they impressed her very pro splendid lot of plpi dlflereut this music, which Is regular Gen'l IWr Ag't. Cincinnati. O. snwasrclaltr Satisfaction guaranteed Corre. though cruel, had arisen from tho real Incontrovertible Proof, 1 ll1i. retail ll 10 st'ltnta fst filial Ait sitrtt-j-tAddress - pondenee solicited IIS V.WIUIVII sheet music, at this exceedingly low tenderness In her heart, the hurt tha' foundly, but still I sent them, but not VHU Husband Why do you tell it around &.. R. H. BRONAUQH, graph of lookout Mountain mid Cliickn- - S this year. She has my name and birthate, for the purpose of advertising sue suuereu on seeing- ner cutiurcn s that Mrs. PufTJy docs all her own bak- manga I Crah Orchard, Ky, and testing the value of the different perfect trust In Santa Claus, when she day on her memorandum book, nnd by ing? You know nothing about it. that does not forget me on thnt day, Wife I do too. Every one of tho papers as advertising mediums. E. O. knew that she had no money to buy usually sending some such present as family has dyspepsia. Detroit Free McCormlck, Pass. Traffic Manager, them presents. I always send her. Well, my birthday If you. yourself, feel that Santa occurred last week, and when I opened Press. 'Big Four Route," Cincinnati, O. Mention this paperjwhen you write. Claus Is very poor this year, tell your my birthday box from her ladyship, Closed Vi. children so, but tell them In a different would you believe it she had sent me Ileporter What shall I say about this Holiday Rates Queen & Crescent way. Tell them of the poor children in the very thing I sent, her for Christmas. fellow who wns found shut up In a foldRoute. 1 round trip between all Queen our great cities, the homeless and the She hadn't probably looked nt the ing bed? orphans, without food and without trinket since the day it was received, if. Kditor Call it the closiug scene of & Crescent stations, Dec. 22, 23, 24, 25, clothes. Tell them how Santa Claus has indeed, she had ever seen it, and had his fe. N. Y. Journal. 31 and Jan. 1st. Good to return Jan. 30, to think of all these, how he has to di4th. Same rate al60 for tickets to vide among so many, so many that need sent me that out of a lot of such unGlvea III sit Some. considered trifles ns she Wife (after a quarrel) Yes, I've got a points on other lines within 300 miles so much more thnn they do, and if you Now. wasn't that funny?" had on hand. my W. C. Rlnearson, tell your story rightly, and if yourchil-dren'- s of starting point. "Possibly." ventured another, "she temper of I own. you wvreu'l so genwish Husband hearts are in the right place, made a mistake and didn't intend to G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. erous with propertv. Lomlou there will be no tears on Christmas send you that." Fun. morning if the stockings hold nothing "It wouldn't improve matters much Household Qois. Great Variety oi'EvLM-- Tiling Good to and a Huge but apples. If she didn't." laughed the first one. The Only Explanation. The ancient Greeks believed that the Penates were Lino of Presents to Select From. Prices Very Then if your children's Christmas in "for she would be giving my present to theKods who attended to the welfare and proserl-t- y "Where will I find my wife?" aked of the laiully. They were worshipped as houseregard to presents must be slight, somebody else in thnt case, which would Slims of the clerk on bargain dny. Low Quality Considered. hold gods in every home. The household god of make it up to them by giving over your- be about as difficult to explain as the Is Dr King's New Discovery. For consiimp'-tio"She hasn't been here at nil." coughs coldsRnd for all attention of Threat, selves to them, determined that they other, so I "UeavensI She must lie seriously 111." let It all go." Chest and Lungs ll U invaluable. It lias lievn Detroit Free Press. "Why not send it back to her at tried for a quarter ol a century and Is guaranteed shall have a good time; give them some to cure, or money returned. No household should unusual treat; there is much happiness unristmas ana save that mucliv suglie without this good angel It la pleasant to take Crltlclam. So gested a third. and a safe and sure remedy tor old and young. that can be had without money. .Mr. Jnson (before the old muster") Free trial bottles at W. 11. Mcltoberla' Dru Store. shall you have from your children's de"And that's just what I shall do; Regular size 50c. and Sl.Otl. I'll bet that there was n purty fair light a sort of reflected, gladness, and thank you." and the narrator for tbe young and old will be happy together first time began to really enjoy tjie picture when it was new. Indianapoli Something to Know. Jouranl. on Christmas day. Southern Cultiva- situation. Washington Star. It may be worth something to know that tli tor. restoring the tired out very best medicine lor Evidently Illsh Time. Rood. II;-- . Old Yenr. nervous system to a healthy vigor Is Klectrlc Hitlie What would you say if I were to Oood-bOld Year! Thy step so slow. ters. This medicine Is purely vegelalile, acta by Clirlstmas Time. giving, tone to tliu nerve teatres in tho stouuch, kiss you? Thy feeble form, thy locks of snow, Christmas is a merry time, geutly stimulates the Liver ami Kleiners, aud aids Troclalm thou'st run thy destined race-M- ust She I should say: "Better late than Merry time! these organs in throwing nil Impurities In the blood. sink within the Past's embrace, Full of rhymes and full of chimes. never." Fuck. Klectric Hitter Improves the apjietlte, aid digesWith all the years by Time laid low. Full of toys and full of joys! tion, and U pronounced by thutsj who have tried Is Receiving his- Inulc. Try Merry time! It aa the beat liluud imrilior and nerve W. Class In Natural History. Tis sad to see thine overthrow! II. It. Sold for Mic orSi.lW r tattle at Tho old must die. t'was ever so! "Name two animals noted especially Drugstore. Christmas is a festal time. The fresh, the fair, must have thy place. for their ferocity." 1 Festal time! Good-bOld Year! Full of wreaths and glittering- trees, "Two cats tied across a clo'cs-IiniiucJUiV Arnica Salve. tioods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. Bright surprise and sparkling eyes, Each leaf of thy blu.red book doth show ma'am." Chicago Tribune. uest salve in the world for cuts,, bruise Tho Festal time! For fair resolves, but debts I owe; ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, cha Thine heir the Young Year, fair of race, May Hnve Chanircd. Christmas is a holy time. lied hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. Perchance the record may erase; piles or no pay "Is she a blond or'n brunette?" Holy timel It positively tocurea perfect satisfactionrequired. Itis The last stroke sounds! Ah! thou must go, or money give uuara.itcetl Full of lays and full of praise, "I don't know. I haven't seen her for Oood-bOld Year! led. Irlct 2.1 rents per tax. For sale h v. U. Full of songs by happy thrones. Anne II. Woodruff, In Good Housekeep- a week." Chicago TouU McKoberts, Druggist. Holy time! ing. Youth's Companion. THE INTERIORJOURNAL THE OLD FARMER'S CHRISTMAS. - Farm for Sale Privately. Blue Sun-dn- y Grass Nurseries. lo Ml sa-l- m to-d- Tit-IHt- s. J. T. SUTTOW, FIRST cj 1MI to-da- y, si PROPERTY to-da- y, Are Destrovedbv Fire or Lightning ealtt-envf- r 11 M- - "6 R .... Farmers Bank&Tnist -- rOYvk vestl-bule- to-da- y tils-ra- ) W. A. THIBBZaX. -- Tit-Hit- s. J. B. HIGGINS, Farm Wagons, ure Vehicles, "BIG ST. 4 - DETROIT 11 s Mo-no- Agricultural Implements, lr. .- -" s; one-thir- 24- jiOVn.S jdtSbHsBttHfliiiHa V Two-Step- p Bt.UE-0nA8S.Ki- p. ''Two-Step."- 50-ce- nt w WW i 1 4 - 11 Christmas Candies, Christmas Fruits, Xmas Presents. y rosy-cheek- ed Eat y n f MARKmARDIN, - STANFORD. H. C. RUPLEY, y. THE MER6HANT TAILOR y, FALL AND WINTER f GOODS. e, -- u1 y, Patronize our Advertisers J. J 1 W- - V. jj 4 l -, ". J . UJ.u. -t-i...-w ry.r.tti w mx. iLu ,'in" i.sissii ii I,. . , Ti V t - V SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 21. 189T. NO. 84 I 3 ls, I MRS. PEABODY'S k & ... Bj Antoinette SOLITAIRES, MMAAMAMSMMA' i .u Van lloeson Waloman. PzZf kCWl. lU O H k --. S7?U V M I US, Ihnvobcenout enjoying whnt is 1 probably the Inst opportunity of the season." said Mrs. Fc all oily at slit stood In her bicycle costume, one of u little group uniting In the hotel rotun dn for theclevator. "llnthcr n cold opportunity, wan It not?" said one of the gentlemen, regarding her with respectful admiration. "A little fresh, but I can't let ray 3011th slip from me unimproved," 51 and Mulling hc stepped lightly, but with , quiet dignity. Into the elevator. "That'fc a woman in ten thousand," nl( the gentlemnn who bad spoken to Mrs. Fcaltody. ., ( fc When Mrs. Fenbody nnd Annie reached the tenement where Nora lived. nnd were mounting the stalrs.tliey heard a strong melodious voice singing Fenbody. Give me it worldly woman of to the strokes and clicks of a fiatiron the right sort every time. It will be as it was used and placed and replaced time enough for angels when vc reach on a metal stand: "Bo not courtln' of wops by leokin' 'cm up. the Klyslnn fields." work "You're right. Didn't she look n Juit cup. ami be merry and drink of your picture, though. In that natty bicycle Not carln' aliout what may milt?" brinK: my Isddl. that's bavin Its In the meantime Mrs. Fenbody had It's donned a modish house gown nnd seated Whatnine: nt nil are you If you're alwayi rikm herself In the circling window of her clttlng-rooIt was one of the hand- For carln' It Is that lends to despalrln'." somest apartments In the lintel nnd its "I wonder who that philosopher U?" window commanded n tiiiperb view of said Mrs. Fenbody. water, shore nnd dlstnnt city, A"That's Fiddle Sullivan. She's always lthough the holldnjs were near at hand a slngin' to keep them cheered." "She l Nora'K aunt, isn't she?" the llrst snow wns Just beginning to flakerthat poised fnll In large, "No. Just a friend from the old counnnd tluttered In the air ns If determined try us always lives with them." "And she supports them?" to finish some eerie game before permitting themselves to sink finally. A "Yes. what else could she be doln' she took up some gold nnd green tmtln under the circumstances?" Mrs. Peabody found Nora not onl. which she was fashioning into n gorgeous lofncushlon.shecaught a glimpse very ill. but wholly determined not to of the man clous picture which wrack- lime her limb amputated To all that clouds, bits of sky. the she could say Nora persistently deing silver-grawater and lloatlng snow were forming clared: "It's me two legs I'll be tnkln' to Ilea en wld me, mum. I'll never be after carrying a stump around wid me." "Don't be too sure." said Fiddle Sullivan. "It may be to the bad place you'll be taken' the two legs of ye. It wasonlj last Sunday that Father Maloney said, quotln' the Holy Schrlptures: 'If jer leg be bad cut It oil nnd ciibt it from ye. for It's better to be halted nnd maimed thnn havin two legs nil right to goto hell." Hut It was nil to no purpose. Nora was obdurate. Mr. Peabody saw several physicians nnd found that nothing but n difficult operation which could not be undertaken for less than $500 could save both the girl's life and limb and she determined If possible to hnve It performed. To that end she asked her husband If he thought they could spare $500 to help some one In great need, nnd he , had replied: "I think not this year, my dear. 1 never knew more trying times. I have even withdrawn my subscription from the Hcllef nnd Aid." It was but three dnys until Christmas. The weather was cold, crisp and fine. Mrs. Peabody hail nil her gifts ready and everything seemed to promise an uiiusunlFy pleasant holiday MRS. PE.VDODY FOUND NOltA. Hut n cloud w litch constantly obsky line, nnd she paused truded Itself on Mrs. Peabody was the from shore to nnd enjoyed It n only n person gifted thought of the little household where with fine nppreclatlon could. Mrs. Fen- Norn waited for denth. nndbrnve, faithbody knew that she possessed this gift ful Fiddle Sulllvnn was nt her wash-tu- b and Ironing board, early and late, and she never ntternptcd to belittle or exceed It. Her appreciation of the to keep the wolf from the door. "I've decided to take you Into my conefforts of others was cordial and intelligent and wholly unmixed with a weak fidence." said' Mr. Penbody'ard I think I'll do so before I look over the evening desire to imitate th:m. For thin reason sho was a favorite paper. As tin! worldly Mrs. Peabody has with artists, musicians nnd literary perfect taste, I want to know what she workers, who valued her opinion and thinks of these ns a Christmas gift for regarded her not ns the worldly Mrs. my best girl? Will they suit her? I've Peabody, but quite one of themselves. only taken thorn on approval," and he Still, Mrs. Peabody was a society woman handed her a dainty open case In which Sho were a pair of brilliant und exquisiteto tlio end of her finger tips. would no more have missed a social ly matched solitaires, from the very function from choice thiin she would best house in the city. This latter have broken tho decalogue, and she fact, the "hallmark," meant much to certainly would not huvo done that, for Mrs Peabody, for nothing but the best she was not only a member of one of from the best satisfied her fnstidlous tho most fashionable Presbyterian taste. "now very beautiful! Ah, how good churches In the city, but her husband was one of Its elders, nnd In her way you nre. llrastus!" she exclaimed, her she lived the religion bhe. professed. face glowing with pleasure. "I have wanted them so long. You Indeed she was in all things wholly sindon't know how they suit me," she cere. There wns not even In Uer youthbeau-tlfful appearance a single note of arti- continued, ns she adjusted the gems nnd viewed her reflected ficiality. The Peabody were not rleh.butthcy self with the utmost satisfaction. "They do suit you," said' Mr. Peabody, were able to have many of the luxuries regarding her admiringly. Then sudlife. On the wall above Mrs. of work table wns one of Cnzin's denly tho light went out of Mrs. face and she turned from the vivid yet delicately Ideal Interpretamirror. tions of nature. Purther on was a "Ernstus." she said, "don't think me small Corot, a brlluntV)lt of Viberfs and1 rude, but will you tell me how much realism, a Landseer, a Oib$on girl you are to pay for my solitaires?" a gay. Impossible, poster, ttfl Mrs. "Certainly, Josephine, just an even appreciation was of the kind. Still, there- were some $1,000" "Erastus, will you take them back things which Mrs. Fenbody wnntcd very much which she did not have, and and give me the price of one," and she one of them was a pair of diamond explained that she proposed to have the solitaires. Her ears had been pierced when she was a child. She never would operation performed which would rehave thought of wearing anything lcs store Nora, "and you take the price of liundsomt) than fine gems, and the the other and renew your subscription to the Relief and Aid." small, vacant punctures were an "But, my dear, you say you have thorn In the rose of her satisfacas she viewed herself costumed wanted a pair of solitaires for a long tion and ornamented for the many functions time," said Mr. Peabody. "And haven't I had them?" asked she was never weary of attending. She , . . would not have told just bow It was Mrs. Peabody. y. far-npart worldly Mrs. Peabody,' ns her family nnd friends half In JcM, half seriously, call her, Is an exceptional woman. Her kon Harry Is 40. Hut years don't count when a wotnnn la as charming as Mrs. "Ye." snM hlii companion. "'The so mucn sne nuu'ai-wny- s missed having them, but so it wn. As she sat stitching she found herself wondering if possibly the coveted solitaires might not lie nmong her Christmas gifts. She hnd confided to an intlmnte friend, with whom Mr. Peabody invariably consulted when he gave her presents, how much she wanted them. As she sat sewing nnd think- Ing there came a soft knock nt the door followed by the announcement: "It Is just Annie. Mrs. Fenbody. It's about Xora I'm after comln'," she said ns she came In. "It's very bad she Is, mum. The doctor snys she must have n operation that costs a dale of money.! Iinve her leg took off or die. Nora says she will go to Heaven on the two legs of her, but wont be llvin' wld a stump. Norn's savin's nre nil gone, nnd Fiddle Sullivan's too. and all they have now Is Fiddle's earnlnV. Nora's mother, poor old dame, can do no more '.ban take care of her. I thought, mum. If you would see Norn you could be chance her to have her leg cut off." Nora had at one time been Mrs. favorite mnld. nnd hhc did not hesitate nbout going to her nt once, although she knew the snow, so beautiful as a part of her window picture, was making n most disagreeable slush on In-ju- ce Pen-body- that desiring them do this'.'" "Uut j ou are sure ou are satisneu to the 'worldly Mrs. her husband, putting his 1 Pen-body." "Entirely suie." "And thlfi anid RELIGIOUS OnrjN of THOUGHT. Traclv-liiZ- K Trntli fllrniifil From tlm Christmas , : Presents. i arm nbout her. "Yes. it i?." she said, throwing back her head and smiling. "1 am worldly. 1 loc the world, and I was never happier In it thnn I am just now." "It wns for love of the world." said Mr. Fenbody. softly, as be bent and kissed his wife, 'that the Christ whose birth we celebrate came to teach, suffer nnd die among us." ( I'MlKIt TIH2 3tI.STI.KTOi:. other things too nunietous to mention. Aho varloun kinds of Games. Hooks, Dolls, Toys, of etc., for the children. I.ook at tho beautiful .ol!d silver Water Set, Tea Set. Knives and God will touch tho secret spring Souvenir spoons.Vtc. which 1 will .ull cheaper than yonr sins some day, and they will come, Porks. Tea Spoons, Ornnpo ou can buy tn tho city. Don't go off to other places to buy Christians present, when you you. tramp, tramp, tramp, to meet Dwight L. Moody, Evangelist, Boston. can buy cheaper nt home. Come In nnd examine my stock nnil be convinced that my prices aro ns low aft the lowest. Expect to put In a line of lleputntlon nnd Character. . Reputation is whnt others think of you ; character is what you are. SurTli Secret .Sprint. at prh'w so low that even one can afford to tuy Toilet Sets Christian civilization condemns those T suit the mott Muiilcuto Set-,- Shining bets. Albums, Lumps, Ciimlolnbras. Vaswho disagree with Panl's doctrine of debt. Dr. Landrum, Baptist, Atlanta. es, Hlwiue Tlijures, Cake and Dusert Plate. After Coffee Cup and saucer, Mirrors und nt All DcnouilunUiHis. ' Wl V ''! ' Will 's the streets. roundings may bo ued by mnu to form Rev. John Mathews, Methcharacter. After Chrlstmtis and nm nlwnjs ready and anxious to wait odist, St. Louis. In my line. I'atlencr. Patience is not a mero negative or passive attitudo of mlud or heart. C. calls for the highest ideal of manliness. Rov. Frank Lowo Phnleu, Unitarian, New Orleans. Too Impatient. Men aro far too anxious for (tho riches of tho world. Young men aro in too grcnt a hurry to get through school and college, too impatient to get into the swim of nctivo business life. Rov. W. C. Richmond, Baptist, Boston. Joy and Derelopuient. Joy is a condition of the bet develop- WindowLig-hts-Furnishement. It is an atmospliero in which tho human soul flourishes, expands in a most wholesomo nnd fruitful way. Rev. Dr. Barrows, Presbyterian, ChiPa-tien- Staple & Fancy Groceries on jou for nnjthlng you want W ADAMS, Hustonville, Ky. Expert Glass Cutters. In All Sizes at the Lowest Prices. d "None but the brave deserve the fair.' Once a Week. Tlint tt'nii II Im lilcu. "Look here. Mr. Ilojack." said Mrs. Hojuck. "I'd like to know why you asked ir. what 1 wanted for a Christmas present, if you intended to gel cago. DUroverlen of Hclt'ticr. something entirely different?" "I wanted to surprise you. dear," wns Hojack's unsatisfactory reply. N. IT. Truth. y I'l.o lllble im a Sword. Tlio Hlblo is a good hword in practical lite. Never mind nbout tho sheath. Wield tbo everlasting cteol. It is better than somebody's opinion. Above all, stnud your ground. Neither dodgo nor run, but having donti all stand! Rev. William llador, Congregationulist, Sau Fraiicioco. sen-so- n. effort to get others to thiulc as you do about Christ so much as tho purpose to do just ns Christ did just so far ns you can. Then men will think about him more thuu you can over make them by tolling. Rev. Dr. Stryker, Presbyterian, Now York. Ilellgloiu Elruirut of Man. Tho untoward things in lifo bring out tho religious clement of num. This is a rulo that always 1ms been and always will bo. Tho religion that hikes recognition of this fact will ahvnys be the supremo religion, und tho church that demonstrates that religion to tho world will bo tho Hupremo church. Rev. Lyman Ward, Uniwrsalist, Now York. The .Moral University. The church is the moral university of the world. It is the spiritual brain of buiunn society. It is tho perpetual bulwark against insularity, selfishness, barbarism, immorality, mnuimonism and materialism. It is tho eternal reminder to the world that man is n spiritual being nnd must bo treated us for n spiritual destiny. Rev. A. A. Berle, Boston. Only Hope Tor SoclMs-- . Christ uplifted and attracting is tho only hope for society. Tho hcarfs of those who composo society must bo reached and changed. Only when men feci tho moral obligation laid upon .cm by the pross aud acknowledge Christ us Redeemer King do thoy make tho best u.embers of society. Tho true sociology is that which reasons and works from the cross ns its starting point. Rov. Ezra Stiles Ely, Jr., Presbyterian, Rockford, Ills. To Do im ChrUt 1)1(1. Christianity does net mean first tho All the discoveries of modern science St nro making it easier to believe in spiritual renlities. Science, rightly understood, is tho handmaid of religion. Rov. Dr. Robert S. MacArthur, Baptist, Now York. The Itrllclon of Modern Society. Society has always had its own religion, and iu our day it has reached n high or low stage, according us you 'IN II ON VI I. UE. huvo a mind to call it, apart from what we understand to bo tho religion of I have mac e my resolve to Sell Gt ods for Rev. George C. Lorimer, BapChrist tist, Boston. An AttrnctUn Church. The attractive church is thnt which her preaching, her work I will sell on 30 in herwor.-hip- , or mpnihh. to people who are not only rennd tho lives of her people exalts tho sponsible but who WILL COME IN on the FIRST DAY of each cross. Then tho elements of Christ's month and pay up in full. This course has simply been FORCED powpower become tho elements of her UPON ME in the following way: I have been selling on long time er. Rev. B. Ezra Stiles Ely, Jr., and of course had lo stll higher than those who sold for cash. And of Rockford. CRAIG HOOKER. BUSINESS CHANGE 1ST cas, ! Spot first-class Pres-byteriu- n, ' ' I'ettcr World HulldliiK. Wo nro not groping entirely hi tho Those who have worked ou tho great problems of lifo have shed light upon tho pathway of our thinking, and therefore to somo extent wo do see. In this better world building tho first thing to recognize is thnt every man has n part in the business. There is no use in sighing for a better world or day dreaming about tho good timo to come. Small results will bo secured by that disposition which sots tho responsibility of tho matter upon other shoulders. Every man 1ms his full share to perform. Until this is definitely understood wo shall not get on very fast. When it is fairly recognized, wo shall 6ecu- - progress. Rov. Dr. S. II. Robliu, Univcrsalist, ' Boston. How to lta Happy. Every faculty mental, moral, emotional, aesthetic needs to bo cultivated, with special rcfereuco to thoso wo are inclined to neglect. Young women of social plans ought to know something about scieuco nnd philosophy. Young men of financial ambition should cultivate a tnsto for art aud literature. Let anxious mothers attend concerts and theaters aud clubs and remember how to luugh. Tuey who dwell with machines and laws particularly need the idealism and the emotion of religious observance. They whoso work keeps them iu close contact with tho weaknesses of people should read Emerson nnd Wordsworth and Browning and Walt Whitman. Thoso mighty optimists will act as a touio on their reduced confidence in humanity. Rev. Dr. W. S. Crowe, New York. dark. I Uui-versali- ul Pea-body- '8 Fen-body- 's Pea-body- 's all-arou- - ever-prese- nt uutoiation In Adiertity. Tho mother never loves her child more tenderly than when alio holds it iu her arms and submits it to a painful surgical operation which eaves its life. So our Heavenly Father chastises those whom he lovct--, and never aro wo so secure of eternal liloaa when wo meekly receive from his hand the t up of bitterness. Rev. P. J. 1 liberty, Catholic, Philadelphia. The Ideal Wife. Sho is tho inspiration of thrift. She is not coutcnt to let her husband bear all the financial burden, but takes a lively interest iu fnmily finance und does all she can to aid in securing a homo of their own. Sho is not so much tho producer of wealth ns sho is the husbiiuder of tho wealth that another has produced. Riv. Georgo B. Baptist, Denver. l)au'n Estimate of the lllble. There nre somo books thnt are absolutely iildispeusablo to tho kind of education that wo aro contemplating aud to the profession thnt wo aro considering, and of all the&o the most indispensable, tho most useful, tho one whose kuowledgu is most effective is tho There is no book from which more valuable lessons can bo learned. I am considering it now not ns a religious book, but as a manual of utility, of professional preparation and professional nso for a journalist. There is perhaps no book whoso stylo is moro suggestive aud more instructive, from which you learn moro directly that sublimo simplicity which never exaggerates, which recounts tho greatest eveuta with of course, but without sentimentality or affectation, none which you open with such confidence nnd lay down with such reverence. Rev. W. Francis Irwiu, Fresbytcriau, Chicago. God's Truth I Like Gold. And then tho Scriptures speak of God's truth as beiug "hid in a field." You will not run upon gold surrounded by tho clamor of the street. You must follow Georgo Herbert's advice and 'uso sometimes to bo alono." It is tho serious minded, thoughtful men who retiro from tho uoiso and excitement of tho market aud exchaugo who find religion precious. Not while tho thoughts nre given over to business or society does ono como upon the "treasure hid in a field." Gold hunting is a lonely pursuit, but it pays tho mind that in tho fields finds the shining metal. The meu who have become famous in Into years aro tho men who hesitated not to wander upon snowy heights or through dark or broken cauyous or to cross tho deserts of Australia in solitude. They know that when they found gold it would bo a treasure not picked up from uudtr tho feet of tho careless multitudes, but treasures hid in tho field, tho reward of patient, laborious, solitary search. And when they found that treasure they were rich for.life. So it is with him who searches for tho good gold of tho kingdom. When he finds it in somo silent hour in which he has retired from tho world and is alono with God, ho is not only rewarded, but is rich for time and eternity. Rev. Dr. Jenkins, Presbyterian, Kansas City. 1 Vos-burgh, course my friends and customtr. would go whete they could buy So here's good will, the best goods and Rock Bottom Pricheapest ces to every body. Now watch tl c tur fly. Bring your MONEY with you and buy roods cheaper than you ever saw them If you want a pair of Shoes, Boots. Hr. Overcoat, Dress, Cloak, Suit oi lothes, any kind ol Groceries. L.trpet or Matting or any thing found in a htore, come and see me belore you bvy. Please bear in mind that mj goods are not lia.ihy, auction tuff, but clean, fresh goods. JAMES FRYE, HUSTONVILLE. "Where to Send My Girl to School ?" Send Her to Stanford College. It has full Courses of Study Iu all departments. It has trained and experienced teachers. It has all needful facilities for the thoiough training of clrls In all grades. It was established for tho welfaro und convenience of Stanford und Lincoln county. Let all the people or sianroru anu vicinity, instead or dissipating their lnfluoueo by patronizing other schools, rally around tho College and glvo It their united and hearty support.. Next Session opens Sept. Cth. For full information cull ou Mrs. Snuflcv at the college or write for catalogue. WM. SU ELTON. PllESlDEST. A Line of Nice Silk Umbrellas, Satin Pin Cushions, Fancy Handkerchiefs, Fancy Suspenders, Jewel Boxes, Al "Wool Bed Blankets, Fancy Scissors Chains, Vasilinc Stand, Hat Brush, , Pre sents! Silk Sofa Pillows, Pin Trays, Ties of all kinds, Embroidered Linens Baby Socks, To give lo your Relatives and Fi lends. Silk Initial Handkerchief, Fine Linen Towels, Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs. Fascinators, Sterling Mounted Purses, Bi-bi- o. " " Combs, Emb. Picture Frames Stud Buttons, Tresser Scarf. Buy. Bracelets, Puff Box, Cuff Buttons, Mufflers. ' Como in And Look nt these goods. It will cost you nothing to look and not much to SHANKS. Clothing, Hats, Mo W. Gents Furnishing Goods Shoes, Heavy Boots, Rubber Coats, JMdntoshes, Trunks and Yalises. Low. Pricss Terms Cash. H. J. McROBERTS. STANFORD, KT. A - A.C.Sm&, CEILING, METAL ROOFING. LOORING, y5Sfcv SIDING, ffr f Y6V W.?W NSyToS?' I FINISH. Farm and Yard Fence. M ! )T ...... ttri.t'nv aT',,";'v',1'w,,"'T'",wTrt",'B -- - ' ,i-- s 1 1 W.iss' ? fi; j ? ' I 5 ! t I . I. ; ? 1 1 r I I" I 1 V 1 I V I L If and democracy. In the campaign this year, he made a number of speeches for Shackelford and county democratic tickets. His speech in the convention that nominated Shackelford was received with great favor and his devotion to democratic candidates and democratic platforms was acceptable to all. In tho Senatorial race two years ago, he agreed to a democratic caucus, and 11 ko a true democrat should, urged his friends to go into the caucus and support tho nominee, promising to do so himself no matter who was nominated. Tho member who put him in nomination moved to make Senator Blackburn's nomination unanimous and it was so done, when he received a ma jorlty of the votes. The governor has said to friends, we learn, who have approached him on tne subject that the success of tho demo-- H. Merritt nt THE INTERIOR JOURNAL thought he was too intimate with his wife, Police Judgo Fuulconcr acquired some cheap notoriety by discharging Ky.. Dec 21. 1897 him from custody because of tho untnford. written law. A couple of grand juries since failed to Indict Harris, but tho W. P. WALTON. present body, with more regard for its oaths, put it to him and ho is now in jail, in default of $4,000 bail. Since Harris has returned to his wife and thereby condoned tho ollcnse.of which Gov. Mc- - she was according to the proof as gull We have not consulted C.rpnrv aa to whether he will be a can- - ... ns Merritt. public sentiment has be ilfintn rnr (Jontrress next year, but wc'come verv nronounccd against him, and i9 now thouirht. what some people nmantMod that there is a general de-mandforhimto make the race. ills' know at the time, that the killing was .1.... ,iniiti- - tn t.hn democratic muia. niiKo nml Almn)i nnd dnni! more party; his success in his past races for for roVcngo than for tho protection of Congress; his devotion to duty while a his wife's good name. member of that body ana tne posuion THE Woman's Edition of tho Jessahe took ns a representative, make demsuccess of tho mine Journal Is a beautifully printed ocrats who desire the sUilT was party Instinctively turn to him as the and well edited Bhcet. Tho Mrs. Martha VC. man to redeem the district. Without as follows: Editor, K. discussing his lengthy record as a dem- Stears; Local Editor, Mrs. Virginia Hoover; Buslnesss Manager and Treascredocrat, which we could with great D. Nolnnd; Soliciting it to him, we shall only refer to the urer, Mrs. Emma tested dem- - Agents in Nicholasvllle, Mrs. Emma two last campaigns, which Soliciting nnrato mnrrt inoruuguij- vuuu uv;i be rmtnhor. Mrs. Ellen Pentz: "" - Agents in Lexington, Mrs. Emma D. fnrp. Gov McCreary actively supportfor him Noland, Mrs. Virginia noover. i Rrvnn And made speeches points in and the platform at various Congress passed a bill to appropritho Suite in the last presidential cam- ate 8200,000 for tho relief of the Klonpaign. He also supported John B. dike miners and speculators. A simple Thompson, tho democratic nominee for steal from tho honest, hard working Congress, and made speeches for him people to take care of the reckless in the district, one of which was in crowd that sought to get rich In a Stanford by invitation when he made a twinkling. The money could be much rousing appeal for Bryan, Thompson better applied to help feed the starving T. f)jflrrn dHiijIi ntcil he Lexington, because - EIGHT PAGES. , h. - "1 - 1 people at home. which has for months failed to make Its hebseveral domadal appearances, camo out Sunday all the brighter from its long 8leep,and Editor O'Sulllvan says that this time it is here to stay. Those who love to read the editor's caustic observations or his brilliant scintillations will hope so at any rate. The Louisville Critic, rest for en the public a forges again to tho front by oorae time, announcing herself a candidate for the nnnullat. nomination for ConCTrOSS in the 7th Kansas district, now represented by Jerry Simpson, the sockless statesmucb-neede- Mary Yellin' Lease, who has d giv- man. Formax, the Illinois gold bug appointed bv Cleveland less than a year I UfU tU 1, UU nAmmtcictnnni v. mw.... tumuiiOOut".i nt Intsinnnl rfv.- r j: J 1 ri PPOrt the l8 ready u active., 7. a v liie: ucuiuui utiu cold bugs to nnniiiiifirii niiniiiiHir'ii hat he .,,., McKlnley . P w.K,im..nti 1 party. We have shown that Shackelford onJudging by its large number of let ly beat Bailey 586 in this district and ters to Santa Claus, supposed to ne when tho votes of Hindman and the 4,from children," tho Louisville Times other candidates for appellate clerk are must keep a couple of men at work subtracted it was shown that he lost night and day writing them. the district by 945. The claim can not therefore be made that this is a dead POLITICS sure democratic district. It will be Congress adjourned Saturday to Jan. hoove the democrats to put forth their bast and strongest man. Let there be nth. Eugene Rully was elected president no unseemly scramble for the place, but let every democrat seek the good of of Switzerland. the party and with a harmonious nomi-- J The Court of Appeals adjourned Sat' nation we will sweep the district as of urday till Jan. 3. yore. There will be but one ollice vot- - Nathan B. Scott, of West Virginia, ed for in November and tho candidate t has been appointed commissioner of in- wlll have to look after the organization ternal revenue. and bear the burdens of the campaign! Congress passed a bill appropriat- without the aid of other candidates. ing 8175,000 for tho reliej of the people We believe that Gov. McCreary is in the Yukon country. Washington Hcslnir. proprietor of more fullv capable of making a success ful campaign than any man in the dis- the Illinois Staats Zeitung and Clevetrict, but if convinced otherwise, we land's postmaster there, died .suddenly are ready to accept any good man. who at Chicago. Attorney General McKenna was apcan pilot us safely to victory. pointed associate justice of the United Senator Deboe has introduced a States supremo court and Charles bill to repeal the civil service law en- G. Dawes, of Illinois, controller of the tirely. Whether it ever comes to a currency. head or not the ignorant tub of intesAt the solicitation of the railroad tines will make himself solid with the brotherhoods, the president withheld pie hunters by pretending he is for the appointment of Judge Paxson ns a them. What do they think of his prac- member of the lnterstute commerce tice, however, when he agrees to tho commission. retention of a democratic postmaster The committee in tho 3d appellate at Frankfort, because hejhappens to be district will meet at Bardstown Jan. liO for the gold standard? to fix the time and manner of selecting of the Cab-n,- " a democratic candidate forjudge The authoress of "Uncle Tom's Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, has court of appeals. County Judgo Richie, of Jefferson, gone to her reward, George Clark, a has sued Ed B. Green, a wealthy shoe noted character in it, has just quit this of Louisville, for slander, who terrestrial scene at Lexington, and now dealer, to have accused the judge of It said If the miserable old production and its at the reproducers, will follow them to hades, selling out to the democrats cent election. a long suffering public would get a A dispatch says that Representative d rest. Colson claims that R. D. Hill had been A Louisville clerk, who was dis- - promised the United States district at nniuMul tn ha ft'XV(Wl uhnrf. with ViIh torneyship for Kentucky. Senator De- firm and lodged In jail, put up the same boe has endorsed Hill, but Is really for John Henry Wilson, plea that the first old rascal created did, layB it on a woman. Some women The Kentucky Legislature will meet are as mean as tho devil, but almost January 4th. Tho democratic caucuses the worst of them Is better than the av - . to,nomlnate candidates for the offices erage man who goes astray and then 0f h0 two bodies will consequently be lays his downfall to one. held Monday night, January 3. The Senate caucus will contain 28 Senators, Gen. Cassius M. Clay has been and it will require 15 votes to nominate voted a pension of t50 per month for for anv office. Tho House caucus will his service In tne Mexican war ou years . W and ftnd B go. This ought to make Dora go back in either event it will take 38 votes to him ff any thin? will. Fifty dollars nominate. a month for life is too good a thing to give up for a younger lover with nothNews Briefly Told ing but brawn to make a living for her I much-ueedeI -- retain him. Tho g. bs. generally are getting the g. b. ' '' " ident of the American Federation ol I W. A. TltluiiLE sold tho Kendall Labor. tollgato property, midway between Stanford Raiders havo burned tho last in Fleming county and all tho roads and Rowland, to T.jC. Ball for 8400. Saturday's llurrodsburg Sayings there nrc free for the present. a son t Inn hnnd nnmu Lundsow was contained a four or five page history of near Torrent, Stanford by Joe F. Waters, which Col. thrown from a hand-ca- r this State, and instantly killed. Hill says takes him back to his boySanta Claus notifies his friends where to purchase Holiday Gilts. Merry and Smith, his hood day?. Special Salo of Holiday Goods. You can find suitable gifts for euery-bod- y accomplice, who were captured near The Interior journal, by mistake at Eddy ville, were taken to Chicago. was shot hoisted n rain signal in Its last when Claudo Brvnnt, a bartender, and killed in a saloon in Louisville, by Mr. Moore, chief of the signal service, Curtis Dearing, whom he had ejected. ordered up a cold wave. Wo beat him, Tho child of James Fulkerson was howevnr, for it rained all day Friday, found smothered to death under a lap his cold wave not materializing till drive, near Owens-bor- Saturday. It rained again all Sunday robo after a night and moat of yesterday, and tho Ladies' Jackets and Capes make acceptable Xmas Gifta. Don't buy tho guards were chief said it would continue to do so until you have seen those we have reduced from 5io to The next night after S5. from S5 to withdrawn from a tollgato in Mason, last night, with clearing Tuesday l S3. 4 to $2, &c. Capes we sold at the first of the season for 35 now the raiders tore it down and burned the M. und colder that night. go at S3, S3 Capes for $2, $2 Capes at Si now. house. Soldiers still guard the tollgute Mrs. Joseph Held, a wealthy Jew near Danville on the Stanford pike and woman of Columbia, S. C, actually It is 6nld that the fiscal court of Boyle starved to death because sho was too is so indignant over the fact that they stingy to buy bread. were sent there that It will decline to AtElkton, S. C, John Bray shot negotiate for the purchase of the plko Men and Boys. Silk Muffleas in tan, Fancy Plush, EmFrank Brtnkley to death because ho till they got through with all tho oth former's daugh- ers, If at all. This would be puerile broidered, &c. Macintoshes for men and boys at $2 49. worth S3. 50.-paid attentions to the ter against his wishes. and for the sake of those who compose A row between spectators and mem- the court we hope it is not true. bers of tho council of Shelby ville, led FtSH. One of tho saddest deaths to the summary ejection of tho former that we havo been called on to chronifrom the executive chamber. The Bradley & Gilbert prlntery, cle for some time was that of Mrs. Ivon Louisville, caught fire and causing W. Fish, which occurred at 3 o'clock Receive a big cut this week. Think of it. Mens' Rubbers 25c pair. a loss, which is estimated at between Snuday morning of Bright's dUeuo Husbands, what would be more highly appreciated than a Xmas preswhich caused convulsions during and 85,000 and 87,000, fully covered by after the birth of her little son. She ent lor your wives than a nice Dress Pattern while you can buy our Sweatt, aged was never conscious and in just24 hours 50c for 25c; an box plaid Dress Skirt for St. 48. CounterAtLewisbnrg, Chess 14, cut his brother, two years his jun- after she became a mother her toul panes, hemmed and rsady for useJJ Si, each. ior, across the breast and arms and he took Its flight to a better world. She may die. They bad quarreieu over had frequently told her husband that she feared that childbirth would result five cents. sunk in fatally to her, but little did he think When the Steamer Arabia the Missouri at Parksvillcv Mo., 40 that it would rob him of the lovely Hlanksts at 50c per pair, Handsome tied fringe towels that sold at years ago she had 40 barrels of whisky woman whom ho had called wifo for 50c go at 25c each. Now on board, which has just been dug out less than a year. Mrs. Fish was Miss Burks, daughter of Lola Montez of a sandbar. Burks, now of Lexington, and Frank McConley, who used to be sec& N., attempted to was a beautiful girl, just out of her and see our line before you buy and come early in morning to avoid tion boss on the L. commit suicide at the Southern depot teens, and who until a short while ago the rush and see our store in its best array. in Lexington by taking poison and cut- gave promise of a long and useful life. She was the idol of both her husband ting his throat. alleged as- and mother und they are now bowed E. Stevens, the last of the sailants of Mrs. Thomas Gleason, of down with grief at her untimely death. Xmvnort. j was found .cuilty, and was A number of years ago Mrs. Fish made - sentenced to servo a term of 10 years peace with her Maker und since lmd A. UHBANSKY A CO , PRorHim,Ra been a consistent member of the Bapin the penitentiary. T. D. RANKY, Manaoer. Tho loss caused by tho great fire at tist church, being a worker in the church of that denomination here. A Parii, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Rardfllown, Lnwrcnccbtirg, rynthlana, Vernalllc, Eminow estimatMelbourne, Australia, is ed at 87,500,000, which is equal to the short service was held at tho homo by nence, Georgetown, Elirabethtown. Frankfort, ami Mauckport, Ind. entire fire loss of the United States und Rev. J. B. Crouch yesterday at 11 a. M. after which the remains were taken to Canada during November. Bud Brooks and Grady Reynold?, Junction City, her old home, and laid who together murdered Merchant M. to rest. Friends hero and wherever C. Hunt, were taken from tho county his fearful loss is known deeply sympajail at Jefferson, Ga., and hanged on a thize with the broken hearted husband, while for the motherless boy unboundhill a few yards distant. Director of Mint Preston testified be- ed sympathy and charity is felt. May In ill Our Store this year. Wo have just returned from Cincinnati with the host line fore the Houpc coinnge committee that Ho who doeth all things well comfort of TOYS tht can bo found nny where. Stnllen will appear on tho fact of those there arc many counterfeit silver dol- the father in his terrible allliction und who see their funny forms and actloni. They will make people laugh who havo lars In circulation which contain more care for the little one who will never never laughed before. Our entire ChrUtnia line wa purchased on the evo of the and purer silver than the government know a mother's lender love. wholesale Cbristmm M arkut and therefore nt price far below their actual cost of Samuel Gompors wps pres- I Additional Local. Santa Claus' HEADQUARTERS I Wlfe-murdcr- The Louisville Store ! 15-ml- o. WHAT TO GIVE! ox-bloo- lds, Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Gloves, Umbrellas, all-w- ool Good Comforts For 50c. DON'T FAIL. TO CALL THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Mrs-Rannl- e - - - SANTA CLAUS HEADqUARTERS dollar. HUSTONYILLG. Everybody Is WATCH OUT rOH THE manufacture. invited to attend the I furnish ou cuul oil at your door ns Christmas tree at the Christian church cliftip as jou can It In town. Carr) two grack'H oil, loo ana 15c. Numoruttolllnyour Friday at 7 l M. Candle enough to sweeten that you may huy In and (Our correspondent sends us an ac clothes Will crocerI' miles on tho LancuotiT And alo In DrOSS Goods and Notions. town. ko out .lust received an immense Mock of Hosiery, LaLincoln Co. Kniils of nil kind count of the fratricide in Casey, which pike each Monday, Hustonvllle ilWu each Will make social prices on Hoots, Shoo, Capn, und Cent's Underwear Goshen plko each Wednesday, we already had In typo, or would have Tuesday. and Ottetiheltn pikes each Thurs- dies' Highland Pants. Overalls, Duck Cootfl, Mclnloihcs, Ac. until after ChristUnderwear, used. -- Ed). day, Crab Orchard pike each I'rlday and Ik; low wo fear you will accuxc tii of stealiiiK the goods. Hustonvllle & Kldd's Store Tel Danville plko each Saturday Standard Oil mas. These prices will so The Company soil only. Will huy rgK. chick- Will give away some valtmhlo present. Come Ket our lcrm, In fact wo want to see ephone lino will be completed and ens, old brass, ilnc and copper. von nny wh). Our Christmas lino will not he on exhibition before next Ttietlny, LOL'13 WHEELMAN. readv for business this week. Tho line L'lsl. This gives you plenly of time, If you feel melancholy like there's roIiik to Is being put up In good shape and tho he noChmtinas for you, come to oursloroand o will make you feel like Xmas lins ! long distance instrulatest comooncc more If you don't huy something let us know and wo will givi you ments have been ordered for it. I will offer at public salo at my residence something before you leave our door. Music all the time hut no dancing. Wm. Gadberry, the merchant of In Rowland, Ky., on Casey county, has sold his 't COHL OIL 3MHCON. with presents for les money with u than anywhere. Wo Fear No Compotltlon. You can supply yotuchil-dri-We have a variety of n Nice and Useful Presents in cninaware Hoh-ler- y, e, PUBLICSALE store-hous- and stock of goods to Adam Ellis and Alfred Coulter. These clever gentlemen will continue the business and we wish them much success. Owen Logan Williams arrived home y from Cincinnati, where he has been attending a dental college. Ho comes fully prepared to do all kinds of work In dentistry and during Ills two weeks' stay will be glad to serve those needing work in his line. Miss Lena Yowell will spend the holidays with friends at Lebanon. Miss Agnes L. Williams leaves this week to accept a lucrative position in the millinery business in the city of Dothan, Ala. Miss Alice Cabbell will visit her sister, Mrs. W. D. Stagg, at Liberty, e to-da- Tuesduy, Jan. xitli, 1898, tlvu-rooe. coal-house, rel One lioue and lot containing 'i acres, with iii house, a barn forslx head of good crib, and Mock, htnoke-houball necessary outbuildings, a good cistern and two hydrants. Also'.' Acre, of Land adjoining abovo house and lot und tho land of I. M. llruce. with a good, new tobacco barn that will hold tlvo acres of tobacco on It. This Is good, productive upland and In all tilable. I ivu teres can go In tobacco this season. This is desirable. Inud for Mimll fruit or vlnyaud and strawberries, with a good market right at hand, or will bring i barrels of corn or 20 bushels of wheat to the acre, and l.s just outside the town llmlU of Stanford. Will also sell a good driving horses, Htand-ar- d bred, 5 to 7 yearn old! 1 muro by Manibrlno Startle, 5 yeura old; 1 hulf Norman draft honse: 2 brood and work and by muro; ' lllly colts, Pence: 2 Jersey cows; 1 Shorthorn cow; 2 I of grade Jersey heifers, them bred to Registered Jersey bull: 4 Poland China shouts; 20 Berkshire shouts; 2 before going West. plows; 2 mowing machines; 1 Saturday night about 7 o'clock the turning grain drill. harnesM, tools, &c. hay rako; 1 cash, lialancotlnnd Woolford's store telephone informed Terms On lands, from us that the pole of the gate just below 12 months, with 6 per lent. Interest laud. salo and a lien retained on the Elllsburg had just been destroyed by date of Other property sums under $10 cash; over 12U uiijson negolia- an infuriated raider, whose name is that amount a credit ol cent, interest from i probably some assistants bio note, bearing 8 per Ware & Singleton, Turnersville. $ Ws Fully Maintain Our Reputation For HuAlng tho HEST Holiday Stock In Stanford And we wlh you to bciierlt by our direful bujlng and LOW IMMCEH. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. PICTURE FRAMES. f withheld, and 11. J. UAKST. I am now prepared to make all kinds of Picture. Frame to order from tlio Cheapest to date. whom they did not name. This U the the Most Expensive. All work done Promptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Also carry ut ! the Largest and Most Complete lino first trouble of the kind in Casey coun- TO MY ty and as the job was so well and easily Wall Paper, Window Shades, Paints, Oils, Uar-nishe- s, And The Public Generally. done we would not be surprised to hear of others, not only in Casey but in Lin- -' I am very thankful Indeed for the liberal Brushes X Window Glass year coin. There Is a very antagonistic feel- patronage I have received this of It and I during In Central Kentucky, llntulvxno lino of Fino I'ICTUKES for tho Holidays. Call and seo hope to receive a continuance ing, frequently publicly expressed, upon tho year to come. I will take It us u favor our streets against tho two most promi- If those who owe me will come up and huttle, nent roads leading out of our city. as I am In need of money Just now. No- 309 Ma!5Arcet, Danville Ky. They claim the roads are very little ' J. II. OREER. better than mud roads and to pay tax Carriage builder und Blacksmith. to free roads and toll on mud roads is more than the ordinary man can afford j or pay and have meat and bread ut PHTRONS A. E. GIBBONS, - 75-2- m home. with. It is now the proper thing to have a pair of suspeqders with each pair of pantaloons. For once all the country editors are in the swim.' They have a pair of suspenders for each pair of pants. That la to say they have a pair ; of each. . Hon. James Denton, of M. will bo u cundlduto for tho ro- this city, ' A CLEAN and WELL SELECTED publican nomination for Congressman to death at Ottawa, Ont. in tbiauiHirict. neocuer omuu uuugm. STOCK of GOODS in a good locality for William Carr, the child murderer, the 20 years franchise of tho Somerset the owner wishes to go elsewas hanged at Liberty, Mo. electric light plant. A now plant will sale, because ' ball bill waa knocked be put in with BUllicient power to run where. Address for particulars The anti-foout in the Virginia Senate. street cars. Tho ax handle factory will W. P. WALTON, M. Alphonse Daudet. the famous open up work January lot, elvinjr emStanford, Ky critio and author, died at Paris. ployment to about 100 hands. SOMEKSET. St ot STORE I SALE C. W. ADAMS. HuBtonville, Ky., lieadiiuarteni for Nice, Fresh Oranges, Lemons. Bananas, Grapes, Cocoanuts, ries Maccaroul, Cheese, Crackers, A.C. Aleo Im Cranber- Christams Goods of Every Description. owln Designed Medallions, of Jut received a nw stock low ElegantlyCome In and make yourwhich aro selling fast prices. selection before they at to quality and oxtremoly all gone. Don't forget to vote lu the contest for tho beautiful Toilet set to be given away Chrlstnmn to the most popular young lady. um.i.im.h , , i r it,amiim . t , , iimim ,. i i- - mnmm . .'. fti VEt t .,. ,... ..... -- .. -- -, f ' -- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., Head Danks' big "ad." YOUR Xmas I w is tho . present Is at Danks'. ... the year. C. shortest day In -- - Dec. guarantee ObellsK flour. ai, 1897 Florence. J. J. C. Florence. Fancy fruits and candles for Xmas. Everything 'Now In- - E. C. Walton, Business Manaop.h. Sterling Silver Novclt'cs. m Goto McRoberts' sweet plcklo nnd mince Drug Store for meat nt Hlgglns it McKlnncy's. Heintz' O P (v flhiL 'ife a Fratricide. John Alston shot and killed his brother, Claude, at Powars, Casey county, Saturday afternoon. They had been at entcity and when they met at their father'a store they begau to quarrel. Both were under tho Influence of liquor nnd eoon they had out their pistols. John tired first and Claude fell wounded to the death, three bullet piercing his body, and uylng without a word. Another report is that Claude had no weapon at all. The brothers were eons of J. F. Alston, a merchant and man of prominence In his section. John is about 10 years old and Claude was 30. Both at were addicted to drink nnd to that is W. H. Traylor has completed a due tho fact that one now walks Mn, Gkohoe W. Mahtin, who is the now n guard In tho asylum at Lexing suioko stack to his distillery which Is earth a modern Cain while the other feet high and which contains tills a premature grave. ton, was over last week to sec his lami over .'10,000 brick. It cost about $400. m m Christmas Concert, by Miss Ellen Mn. John Hoimiinson, who is at The C it O. will make tho very low Ballon 'a class, ut Walton's Opera tending Hogeetl Academy, sjent a few round-trirate to the ' days with his cousin, MUs Mary Coo-le- Kentucky nt Newport launching of the House, on Wednesday evening, Dec. News of 812.M) 22, at 7:30 M., sharp. Class Motto from Frankfort nnd Lexington, Friday. "Progress l. u Duty of Is Life." Mhs. Rohkiit ChaiM'ELL 11ml Mrs. . 1 Grande Galop Edward Hol6t Toinmle Warren, of Lebanon Junction, BEFORE you buy your Christmas canPianos: Eva Lammers, Janle Wear-en- , ore visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Ad- dy, fruit, nuts, or any kind of present Sarah Lynn, Jennie Lynn, Kather-In- o ams. you should see Mark Hardin's display. Bcnzley. , II. T. Noel. Esq., late of Middlcsbo- - Anything you want at prices a llttlo 2 Soprano Solo and Chorus, "Angel's ro, writes us thut he has located at lower than anybody's. Message," Herbert Knoxville and wishes hla paper sent Candies of all kinds, Nuts, Raisins, Soloist: Miss Octavia SIzemore. thero. Dh. Eu ALCOHN and Miss Mae Lo- Oranges, Bananas, Apples, Lemons, 3 March, "Aux Flambeaux". Hermann Pianos: Catherine Baughman, Jengan, of Hustonvllle, were In Danville Cranberries. Oysters, Crackers, Clicete y looking at holiday goods. Dan- and lots of good things for Chrislmue nie Lynn, Allle HutTmun, Arethusa at Warren it Shanks'. McAllster, Eunico Earp, Minnie Sine. ville Advocate. Mil. AND MHS. J. N. CONN and MUs Rainy weather has prevented tho Violin, Mr. B. H. Danks. Cornet, Mr. took the train rehearsals so that the entertainment G. W. DoBord. Bass Violin. Mr. A. Ik'ssie Conn, of Garrard, t1' hero yesterday for New Florence, Mo., that was arranged by Mrs. Gover and G. HulTrann. Triangle, Kathcrine HutTmun. with a view to locate there. Miss Bennett for Christmas Eve will Vocal Solo, "Star of Peuce,". Parker MIL T. A. Rice, who has been train be post)oned Indefinitely. Mrs. A. G. Huffman. dispatching at Mlddlcsboro, joined his THE jury gave Martin Fisher S3o 5 La Mozelle Ilgnfrltz wife hero yesterday for a short visit Pianos: Hattiu Fowler, Katherino" agulnst the Cincinnati Southern for returning to New Orleans. before Miss KathhimnbC. Waudell, who building an embankment, which caused Beazley, Mary Elkln, Mary Phillips, Is attending Mary Baldwin Seminary, an overflow on his land. As ho sued Stella McClary. Violin, Mr. Danks. at Staunton, Va., will be at homo for $2,000, ho thinks he got before the Cornet, Mr. DoBord. Bass Violin, Mr. Huffman. , next week for the holidays.- - Somerset wrong jury. Recitation, "Ginervra". Susan Paragon. SOME scamp broke into th show ' James Piekcb, Pierce window of Messks. Jacob Hummclstcln's store Susan Fisher Woods. Wearen. Terr 111 Layton and Robert nt McKinncy a few nights ago and took Edward Holtz ' West took the train hero yesterday for goods amounting to $0 or $8. Mr. II. 7 Rondo Pianos: Allle Huffman, Eunico Louisville whero thoy will sell their will give him a hot reception if ho will Earp, Arethusa McAllster, Minnie j' tobacco repeat his visit. Sine, Kathcrine Huffman. who has been cir Mil. W. B. Mason, cuit clerk of Garrard county over since Another Owl. Mr. A. Thomas 8 Piano Solo, "Second Rhapsodie," Liszt ho was n boy, was over hero as witnem Traylor killed an owl a few days ago Miss Ballon. In a case Friday. Ho will go out of which measured four feet seven inches Duet Accompaniment, Jnnie Wearen on the 1st and begin tho practice from tip to tip, which lacks an incn of license being ns large as the one Mr. M. N. and Stella Ballon. of law, for which ho has held 0 Song, "That's What I Want Santa for a number of years. DePauw reported In our last Issue. m m Son's. CASII PAID for llfo Insurance poll Friday at Soveranco cles. Address W. S. Allen, 1. O. IJox, The popular place for holiday shop 157, Danville, Ky. ' Caro and the best muterials insure pers Is at Danks tho jowclor's. iiiq proper lining m presuripuuiis. i um Hamilton Is selling jewelry cheap. is tho way tlioy are lllled at Penny's Special prices during this week. Drue Store . A SU1TAHLE present for any member PERSONALS. of your family at Penny's Drug Store. Mits. DnrrinC McKinnhy went to Don't forget to have your picture Loulsvlllo Saturday. taken at Earp's Gnllery when you come Mus. J. C. McClauy Is visiting Mrs. to town. , J. R. Ualloy In Mercer. Handsome Set Rings just received. Mus. J. L. Jauvis went to Rollings Thcso goods are elegant. Danks the Sunday to visit her parents. jeweler. M. A. T. Tkaylok went up to Cor-bi- n Friday to sco his eon, Jesse. We otter you the nowest goods and A Washington dispatch says that best values you ever received. Penny's T. W. Higglns, of Louisville, Is In the Drug Store. city. The Danville and Hustonvllle turnMiss Annik DUNN closed her school pike people are guarding their own 'at May wood Friday and returned home gnte next to Danville. yesterday. OUR candy stock, &c, is larger than Mks. Ciiakmk HnwiTT went to Louisville Saturday to visit her brother, ever, and bought at right price, and will be sold right. Higglns it MoKIn-neJoe E. Rout. Mus. J:nnie O'Nan, of Now Castle, returned with Mrs. D. P. Hall, and Is ITS all right to look around. But if now her guest. vou look carefully you arc sure to go p' Elu. Josni'H SevehaNCB went to back and buy your goods at Penny's Nashville Friday so as to bo there to Drug Store. preach Sunday. Gkohgu HUKTON came down from Christmas Goods. W. H..Brady's Pittsburg Sunday to see his father, Mr. store is now loaded down with ChristWilliam Burton. mas goods. His line of candies em' MUS. RANNIK IJl'HKS, of Lexington, braces over 100 kinds. came over Saturday to see her dnugh H. Vincent Moore, who is describe ter and grandson. Mus. Jack Tuhnkk came up from cd as America's youngest lecturer, wllj Lebanon Junction to attend tho burial give a free lecture at the Methodist church here, Dec'tO, at 7 P. M. of Mrs. I. W. Fish. . rafMiss Liccik Bkazluy thinks of Coal Oil Wagon. Louis Shcellng, fling the lnrge and beautiful doll, a clever German, begun yesterday runwhich adorns her show window. ning a coal oil wagon. See "ud." as to Mhs. William Hamilton went to the day he will be on your pike. Cincinnati Sunduy to meet her hits FRUITS of ail kinds, candy of every baml'u mother who llvcf In Canada. description and toys world without James McKetchnie, Jh., of Wayne, end. See my stock before you buy. writes us to change his paper to Jame Prices very low. John II. Meier. son, Mo., which )olnt he will locate. m m m y. m Handkerchief McRoiiehts' Drug Store has the day Thursday and best selection of Holiday Books. fc CORN delivered In town In Ave bar rel lots, at $1.75 per barrel. J. H. k Sterling Silver Novelties, Banquet Lamps, Onyx Tables, Baughman it Co. Malaga grapes, oranges, bananas, nuts, ite. Big stock for Xmas. it.McKinney. in .. Fancy Basts and Bronzes, Imported China, Bohemian Glass, Koyul Victoria Vases, Hig-gin- s m m .I. bought of George W. Gentry a house and lot on the creek back of Liz Salter's for i200. T. C. Ball - We can't begin to enumerate tho many beautiful things we have In Chi-n- u and Glass and would prefer you would call and see for yourself. The ladies all say, 'Tis a "Dazzling Display." Warren it Shnnks. m Dresden Salads and Novelties, Cut Glass, Silver Mounted Canes, Etc. Solid Silver And Plated Tables ware ! Rohhed Again. Tanner Bros.' store at McKinncy was brokan into and m robbed again Friday night. Entrance was effected by prizing tho door open and one of their safes was blown ojen. It contained only about $10, however, a greater part of their money being kept in another safe In the store. Coneider-bl- e clothing, boots and shoes and hats were also appropriated but It Is impossible for them to tell the exact amount. These gentlemen have been unfortunate, having been systematically roobed for no telling how long and several times robbed as nbovc. m Gloeks, Watebes, Jeoielry. A Brilliant Display of Xmas Presents too Numerous to Menti on, Specials For Genuine Diamond Soltaire Christmas A Bargain, for $15. A Nice Assortment, Nice Variety, Superior Quality, Low Price Solid Gold Set Rings, Ladies' and Muses' Sizes, only 98c. Solid U Kt. Gold Watch, Elgin or Waltham, for $19.98. Butter Knife, 25c. Child's Cup, 25c. Tea Spoons, 1.50. Sterling Combs and Brushes for the Low Price of $3.75. Ring, Carving Sots, Rodgers' Knives And Forks, k? m GO-o- Tea, Dessert and Table Spoons. Li fact anything and "everything. Presents from 10c to has high ns you care to go. When buying consider our line, CONSIDER OUR REPUTATION. It is worth some thing to you. Call whether you buy' or not. p y. Danks, The Jeweler. Tub National Bank of Lancaster at the special term held hero dismissed its suit against Mrs. Susan Harrl9 Hamilton without prejudice. presents for Christmas such as Rockers, Desks, Rugs. Screens, Centre Tables, kc. Withers shows them in great Think aoout useful ... to-da- XMAS PRESENTS TO SUIT ALL AGES .At Popla Prices. Choice Line of New.. . va-rl- e- . . Mauhiac.k license was obtained by Mr. E. W. Masters, of East Bernstadt, yesterday, to marry MUs Laura Lms- They are both ford in Stanford to-da- 1 Books, Mirrors, Picture Frames, Toys, A.C., ic. Call and for yourself. -- Cool-Idg- o Gov. Bkauluy is a wit. His suggestion that Col., Welch and President Bosley are not absolutely unworthy of credence because they are so unfortunate as not to live In Boyle, is pretty good for the old man. CRAIG & HOOKER. Xmas Suggestions. Handkerchiefs. Table Linens. Napkins and Towels. In Grer.t Variety Antl Tariff Prices. to-da- y. of-il- co K Bring," Fitz Christmas Shoot. Woodcock it McRoborts will give a Christinas Amc-tou- r Shoot at Danville Saturday, beSee our Xmas prices on coal. J. H. ginning at 0:30 a. M. There will bo 15 Baughman Sc Co. events and the first 10 will bo by tho See Danka' unlquo widow display. rapid tire system. Entrances run from Every artlclo In It Is sold. $1 to $2.50. Stanford shooters are esMcRoiiehts' Drug Store Is tho place pecially invited. to buy Dolls, Games, Ac. Is directed to the adver HOME NEWS, Katherino Leo Huffman. Jubel Overture Von Webber Pianos: Miss Ballon, Myrtle Hughea Janio Wearen, Eva Lammers, Stella Ballou, Hattie Fowler. 12 Pantomime, "Sweet Hour of Pray10 er." FOUH-ROO- , for rent. J. C. cottage on Main Street Florence. Lower Main Tyrce. J. House for rent. FOR. . of nlno rooms on Mrs. N. sale or ront, my houso and lot on' Danville street. Mrs. Anno With era. Go to J. C. Floronco and get ObclUk flour for Christmas cakes. J. C. Flor ence. Ouit holiday stock Ib large and tho prices will please you. Penny's Drug " Store. T T Boys' Wagons, Carta, Drums, Banks, Trains, Tool Chest &c., at Warren &. Shanks'. We are receiving our Xmas stock of coal. Call and see is. man & Co. ' J .1. H. Baugh- - A freight train on tho C. S. broke in two at South Fork and live cars were wrecked and burned. Pearl Burnside, Mary Noel and Mary Elkin. Attention 11 Chorus, J a "Shout Aloud, Hosanna" ( b "A Glad New Year to All tisement of tho now book, entitled "Robert Edward Lee, Soldier,- Citizen The Earth." and Christian Patriot.1' It is a splenchorus. did production. Call and see it at this Soprauos: Mrs. A. G. Huffman, Miss ofllco and write to the Royal Publish- Octavia SIzemore, Miss Clara ing Co., Richmond, Va., If you would Contraltos: Mrs. J. W. Hay-delike to secure the agency. Miss Stella Ballou, Misa Annie Straub. Tenors: Mr. John L. Ray, NO dear reader, the Brutus Clay who Mr. J. C. McClary, Dr. W. B. O'Ban-noIs figuring bo largely as u prlzo fighter Basses: Mr. C. A. Moore, Mr. in the Lexington section, is not the A. A. Warren, Mr. Walker B. McKin-neStatesman from Madison. Ho Ib a horso of another color, that is to say ho is a Negro. By the way, he knocked out Pupils: Mary Stella Ballou, Catherine Annie Baughman, Katherino BeazDave Jackson, of Paris, in six rounds ley, Eunice Virginia Earp, Mary at tho auditorium at Lexington. Louiso Elkin, Hattlo Carpenter FowM Bank at Junction City. Messrs. ler, Kathcrine Lee Huffman, Allle A. D. and W. S. Gayle, the former Richards Huffman, Myrtle Hughes, Eva cashier of a bank at New Liberty and Walker Lammers, Margaret Lewis, the latter of the First Stato Bank o' Jennie Margaret Lynn, Sarah Wood Monteroy, havo been at Junction City Lynn, Arethusa Catherine McAllster, several days'soliciting stock to organ- Stella McClary, Mary Putlonce Philize a National bank there and tho peo- lips, Minnie Alice Sine, Nannie Bruce ple are taking hold right along. They Wearen and Janle Crockett Wearen. General admission 2o, reserved scats hope to secure enough stock to havo 35c. bank in operation by March 1. the Mer-ahon. n, y. Thbkb will be music galore here In the afternoon Miss Wednesday. Cowen's class at the college will give an entertainment and the same evening Miss Ballou's class will give a tfc, 5c, 10c, 15c. 25c, 35c, 50c. Silk Initial Christmas Concert atthe Opera House. Ilitndkorchlefe, 25 and 50c. New Taney .. Japs, 50c. 3S7 S.imple Handkerchief at COL. Gaitiicr, who is in command Half Prices. at tho Danvlllo gate on the Stanford pike, told un Advocate man that ho could take two of his soldiers and whip any mob of tollgate raiders that ever rode at night, but ho has to keep 12 men so aa to give the proper reliefs. What Is nicer for u Christmas Gift than a The colonel Is right. One could whip pair of fino All Wool Klankets, at a saving a thousand and two could put 10,000 to of 50c to $1 on the pair f flight. THE suit from Garrard county by Miss Isabel Walker, John W. Walker, And Stephen and Ed Walker against A. K. Walker was tried before Judge Saufley here Friday when he gave judgment to Don't forget we havo u Sample Line of the tho plalntlire for 200 acres of land, which had been Included in their nbove good-- , at Money Saving Prices. father's assets in his assignment. It was proved that the land was bought with their mother's money and was to have been deeded to her. at Blankets. Leather Goods. at Prices to Suit Both Large and Small ers. Pocket Books, Purses, Holts. Pockets, &c, Buy- Fascinators Hoods. Women. Those who want money for a present can get It by buying at greatly reduced prices our Capes, JuckeU, Drew Goods, Underwear, Overcoat, ke. Royal Make the food pare, wkolMoaie u4 UHct SEVERANCE & SONS. EtSS2 Holiday Goods & Prlces.-Co- al. . n. I TV DEH AkMhMlyKr porn I Best Jclllco Coals (Falls Branch, Wooldrldge, Indian Mt., Blue Gem, Ac. 12 Cents per Bushel. Ncrth Jelllco and Mvnchester. lie per bu. Pittsbushel. burg and Laurel, 10c bushel. Best Va. Black Smithing Coal, Jelllco Nut, 10c bushel. North Jelllco Nut. Uc. Shlpstuff 70c per 100 lbs. Corn chop 75c per 100 lbs. Mixed Corn and Oat9 crushed Ooc per 100. Hay Millet 45o per 10O 45c, 50c, 55c per 100 lbs. Straw, 25c per 100 lbs. r. Oats, 35c bushel. Corn 0c bushel In single bu. lots. Com, 35c In 5 bu 'ots. We give our prompt attention to all orders. at llc J. H. BAUGHMAN A CO. iammo powem e., hiw vomc ;2 ..! L.. Ji& .'jrf? 'I Tft ' MV m WIFE'S LIFE. " of saving it. IJ Qr:ncf RELIGIOUS THOUGHT. d WASHINGTON LETTER. Kow Government Map of the Klondike. Ex . Treasurer Jordan's Joko. Claims Affalnat tho Ute. c if (3 v I 1 . S r. i i I 'ir la' ' ;. ; n u i New Candies, Oranges, Nuts, - r 4 v I I ! Grave errors, injustice, wrongs of long. If death bo the "awakening," it Special Corr. spondence O. W. como too soon. Hov. does not gTcalcr or less degree, arise from lack I Tho coast and geodetic survoy has Williams, Kaptist, Denver. of knowledge of the truth, and more FARM HORSE FEED. prepared and will soon publish n new Chic Mdt- - or ItdlElon. Not temples, but great libraries, au- map which will cover practically tho frequently from deception. Itatlons Ilnt Adapted to tlm Season of The most infamous case on record ditoriums for the people, aro now voic- entire length of tho Yukon river nutl llcl und Idleness. ing tho religion of tho architects. Row most of its tributaries, including tho of deception and injustice is the Probably the farm hot so demands ntid When the lunsr are attacked and the prompt li cured." K. Morris, Memphis, receives more. diversitled rntious than Jeukiu Lloyd Jouos. Episcopalian, Chi- Klondike. Tho scnlo is 20 miles to tl to demonetize silver as a money symptoms of consumption appear, then cago. in any other cln.i of work. inch. Tho feet ion embraced entrnds of final redemption in the United begin the struggle between nlfccliun and rcun. To Mnko H .Man of Hint. that destroying dleac which laj l?. iy, in January, when tho from tho Selwyn river, several hundred The micstion: "Is consumption cura. thousands annually. It is a happy Issue ble?" is still debated, and still debatable. A big bank account will not mako a States. farm horso has thi least work to perYuthe struggle when dlcac is conquered It Is easy to say that this was not a case of to man. Clivo your boy tho same chance miles above Dawsou City, to tho form, we trivu him a few caw of corn and health restored. Such an lstic doe consumptiou. Yet the physicians said it There is no learned judge, skilled kon's mouth and is wide enough to gio oot always end the struggle, but it did in was They should know. As a matter twice n diy, with till tho bright hay ho that you havo had. Throw him over- n fair idea of tho extent nnd charactir lawyer, or court of justice that is case of Mr. K. MorrM, Memphis, Tenn., of fact. Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has the who saw his wile wasting nnd weakening wrought so many similar cures that it will cat rip clean. Ho is already fat an board. Row Frank Do Witt Talmage. of nil tho streams. It shows tho location and physicians helpless, and then sug. seems to argue the curableness of con. capable of reconciling the effort with any farm hore-- should bo, and this will Presbyteriau, Chicago. nnd extent of tho now St. Michael's milrested the sWnnle remedy thai wrought sumptiou, in its earlier stages, by the use Fruit of the Heart. keep him so. As spring approaches with the cure. He tells the story thus. remedy. There is no better mediof this itary reservation nnd gives tho locution the constitutional laws that govern Religion in tho fruit of tho heart and of all towns rud mining onmps. Tho re"Seven year ago, my wife had a severe cine for pulmonary troubles than Dr. wanner w father his u,rniu ration .should the issue of money in this country. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It gives relief In attack of lung trouble which the oats, which wo consider nourishes nllko tho character, tho will, sult of soundings of tho water iu tho j bo chaug?d pronounced consumption. The cases of Asthma, and Bronchitis, where rej The people have been deceived, consoles strengthens, Yukon is also indicated upon tho map. cough was extremely distressing, espe- lief has been heretofore unattainable. It the best clement that outers his ration tho emotions cially nt night, and was frequently promptly cures Coughs and Colds, La ut any time. Oats inako tho muscles inspires, ennobles. Rev. Leou Har- Ah eularged copy will bo supplied to officials in power, chosen to adminisattended with, the spitting of blood. The On piie, and all affections of the throat rison, Rabbi, St. Louis. doctors being unable to help her, I In- and lungs. Heretofore. Dr. Ayer's Cherry strong aim solid, anil witn gradual tho seuatu committee ou foreign rela- ter justice under the laws, have duced her to try Dr. Ayer's Cherry 1'ectoral Pectoral has been put up In full size Ky to tho llrnrt of God. of work ho can bo fitted toenduro only, at Jr.oo per bottle. To meet tions for consult at iou in connection w ith and was surprised at the great relief it bottles gave. He (ore using one whole bottle she a demand for a smaller pack. tho heavy spring plowing much better Tho botanist or flower lover can say tho consideration of tho treaty relating ignored their sworn duty, and given was cured, so that now she Is strong and age, the remedy is now put up in half size than when com is tho only grain ho that "in tho secret of a weed's plain to tho bounditry lino between Alaska aid to the scheme that has paralyzed quite healthy. That this medicine sawed bottles, at half price so cents. Write for my wife's life I have not the least doubt. Dr. Aver's curebooK (free) and learn more eats. Wo always like to haro a quanti- heart" ho finds a key to the inmost and tho British Northwest Territories. industry, reduced property values I always keep Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral of mi cures effected by Dr. Aver'i Cherrv ty of thrnabed oats, nlso enough chopped heart of God. Row H. D. Jenkins, in mc house. Whenever any of my family ' 1'ecto cl. Address J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell. Jordan's Joke. and beggared millions. nave a cold or cough we use It, and are Mass. oats to feed through tho summer. By Presbyterian, Kansas City. .Ionian occiudouully inis no authority of law, cither There running sheaf oats through tho cutting nnVct of Grrnt Foreats on Thought. dulges in joking remarks, uttered with box in tho early fall they can bo kept All havo felt agaiu and again tho n serious countenance. It was the indul- specific or by inference, by which until tho next summer, and tho mico effect upon thought and emotion to bo gence of this proclivity while connected gold alone is made the only money nnd nits cannot work on and ruin them fouud iu tho cathedral arches of great with tho treasury department that came with which to discharge debts, cither as they will in tho sheaf. Tho ration forests. Rev. Dr. Barton O. near resulting iu his introduction to it wo liko best for hot weather is that The effort to Christian Church, Denver. jmir of haudcutfs aud incarceration iu a public or private. chopped oats, slightly moistened with dingy cell, says a Star reporter. Mr. make it so is unconstitutional and a Wo framo pictures of all klncs, and nro nhruys glad to mnkeAUjrgeitlons and quoto priChildren or Light. water, with about threo pouuds of bran ces. If the .election should be left to in we will o our best Judgment In framing the If tho children of light were only n .Ionian had occasion to make a trip to national calamity. thoroughly with tho prices and tiso the latent styles In and shorts mixed generation as tho children Now York just nt a time when a uew subject chosen, and will do tho work at Plain and ample information, facts, oats; this for breakfast. At noon ho has wiso iu theirthey would uot "hide thoir $3 bill was issued by tho bureau of mouldings. We make a of darkness, not tho tituo to eat such a feed, so tho and printing. It happened that and truthj concerning this almost sue- light under o bushel." Row J. P. thrashed oats como handy atid wclcomo Brushingham, .Methodist, Chicago. Cold Green Cold Mat, tho trcastini on tho day of starting ou ccssful scheme to corner the wealth to him for a quick lunch, giving him his trip drew a portion of his salary, warranted not to tarni-d- or change color. Before placing your orders for Framing, . o time to munch a good bite of hay with aud ChrWtlntilty. Tho of the people, is now being printed Is well equipped for noik in our styles and learn our prices. Our I'hoto Galltry Cheerfully let us recognize this tho and the cashier handed him a bunch of in the Cincinnati Enquirer, a newstho hour. At night oats chopped nro and wo nre now making better work than ever. Parties wanting work for Christinas ropeated, with occasionally corumeal in newspaper is uot uu euomy, but an ally; the now $3 bills, which had reached tho weather that Interfeies placo of shorts, or two or threo ears of not a curse, but a blessing. It ought to olllco within an hour. When ho arrived paper which the combined power of bhould placo their orders now, as w r likely to have omo iu New York, Mr. Jonlnn proceeded to with photo work. Give us a call. money has failed to muzzle or buy. corn as a change may bo added. Wo nl bo better. Lot us help mako it purchase somo needid articles and handBrothers of tho press, bon voyage. ways keep our ground feed in bins, aud The Weekly Enquirer is only 75c. ed tho clerk ouo of tho uew bills. Tho E- it is well silted ns put in; so tho salt Row Dr. Georgo II. Combs, Christian, clerk had never seui money that looked a year. The address is Kansas City. is uover forgotten. DANVILLE. KY. liko that bill, which was spoilt ks and Enquirer Company, Cincinnati, O. Tlmn UN Work. Soda aud sulphur, equal parts well tmcrumpled by handling. Ho examined mixed, wo consider about as good conThe Christian gentleman will always tho alleged money aud tho mau who dition powder as any. A box is kept bo greater than his work and yet will gave it to him with cqunl cute. Mr. handy, aud about twico a week a regard his work ns tho crystallization Jordan watched him with supprcsstd is given to each horse. Finely of his truest lnios nnd ambitions for amusement aud remarked iu a matter cut corn fodder makes a fairly good tho upbuilding of humanity. Row Dr. of fact way: roughness for the horses a part of tho Louis A. Bunks, People's Church, "I Made It Myotr." time in early winter, but they seem to Cleveland. "It's good money. I mado it myself." filter tho Fri Acid nnd poisons out of tiro of it and cure little for it toward .social Sldu of Itollglon. That was enough for tho clerk, who tho s y.st (Mil m,h t u unm If they spring. Wo undertook ouo winter to Religion is for man. Mau is society. wont to tho cashier's dc.k with tho bill. nro carry through somo youug horses ou Religion is not for God. Ho doesn't There was n hurried conference, and a ItatkaiK-- . riV i .'' li r the resultsare I Muuf Rheumafodder nlono, but had to commence feed- ueed it. Wo cannot add to or detract message was sent to police headquarters tism, N ti r. , lYiddor Trouble, ' ing corn in February to keep thorn in from tho glory of God. It is older than over tho telephone. Iu n shot t time u Dropsv. I) . KUs, N. rvotiMiess, Blood tlesh. Nice, bright timothy hay, run tho human race. Rev. T. B. Gregory, couple of detectives iu citizen's attiro Disorders, e All theso d.seasos can bo through a cutting box, and a chop mado Church of tho Redeemer, Chicago. were standing ou either side of tho with ground oats mako a very good Age We Lire In. The treasurer cf tho Uuited States. They feed. For a ration for u 1,400 pound B. WILLIAMS, Wo livo In an ago of tho world when waited there to watch developments, Xormau mnre(suck a one us more farmWe ate very thankful for the liberal pitrouago we have received during the jear which ers should own) wo would say give her appearances aro taken as indications of fumbling their haudcutfs in their pock "The auion ( Dr llobb Kparairu Kidney-.l'll-l Coin can dress its possessor ets. Iu tho meantime tho enshiur studHI in Aalm.'-- t niiraculou. A) ear Is rapidly drawing to a close nnd ask a continuance of It during the yo.tr to come. Wu four quarts of thrashed oats mixed prosperity. apo came line 'cm 1'aducah to die at xu linen, but only char- ied tho uew bill further, looked carewill try even InrJer to please the traveling public and our customers and friends in town with threo pints of shelled corn and ten in purplo dauiriitrrhome ear of righteous-L-ess- . fully oer his counterfeit detector und nufTcrini: wilh'.ul lio tiusl nearly amrauril My and surrounding country and hope by fair dealing to merit even a greater patronngo pounds of early cut timothy hay for acter can put ou tho robo of tnrntv-lM urine liu Ik around tliccahi---. Rev. Dr. Harcourt, ilethodist, rummaged through treasury circulais ) than wo now receive. supper after a hard day's plowing. G. Philadelphia. i?r crnl. albnmrii ill removed relating to tho issuance of money. Fi- ciuiUiiKd The !lrt Wis of the Mlth other E. H. in Salem (Ind.) Farmer. nearly alt Hie . llittir Nun, after taking four nally ho enmu across a description t.f boxe, A- Tim Ways or th Almighty. lean alkamitc without tolnir and God's ways nro not our ways. Strango tho new Co bill which was to bo tsstud my penetai healthI Is better than It ha been for Is clo-iHams or Smlthfleld. January at hand and those who owe us nro requested to come on that ill y Ixjear." Joiit ZrLNt K.t rab Orchard, Ky. His mc.v aro his methods of educating humanity. by tho treasury department. Zelner hcii at l'aducah. a Sheriff and feuttle. Don't wait for tw to "dun" you but como on your own account and let usgle Below is tho method employed In In this process oven tho follies and su- eago had uot yet reached tho clerk, who I.Mr.and Count) Lomnilnumer eredMcCrackea o( M. S. & J. W. IIAUGHMAX. Ky you a clear rjcelpt for what you owe us. Co.. curing tho celebrated Smithtluld hams: perstitions of men aro turned to a good was exchanging significant glances with The hams aro placed in a large tray purpose. JNIau learns tho truth by mak- tho detectives and watching Mr. .JorHobbs of fine Liverpool salt. Then tho flesh ing mistakes. Rev. P. Staff, Congrega-tionalis- dan, when tho latter, getting tired surfaco i3 sprinkled with finely ground waiting for his change aud realizing Forcstvillo, Ills. crudo saltpeter until tho hums aro as that his new money was probably puzLorn la I'oner. white as though covered by a moderato Kidney Pills. Unless wo deny ourselves, mako some zling tho cashier, produced his card. U to 4 pouuds of tho mesfrost; or, siy, use sacrifice, wo cannot get tho spirit of At tho tamo moment the cashier's powdered saltpeter to 1,000 pouuds of was tho t n t. c w true love. Though wo may havo tho sage that tho money and not counterfoil hams. tho dutectives renched clerk most elegant music, the must eloquent After applying the saltpeter immeand most beau- wandered off crestfallen. diately salt with tho Liverpool flue salt, preacher, tho very finest not love all our Great Collection or Indian Relics. havo ' covering well tho entire surface. Now tiful churches aud away. Row .7. Kiu-soM Tho Smithsonian institution has jut nro thrown pack tho hams in bulk, but not ou piles efforts OUU TKIX ARE HERE. como into iosessIon of tho Hallett Phil Smith, Presbyterian, Louisville. more than U feet high. Iu ordinary lips collection of Indian implements . Talents of weather tho hams thould remain thus nnd antiquities from the Potomac valThe mau of one talent is tho world's ley. for three davs. It is reputed tho largest single colthOAdisciPliu- - Tho ,naa of two talents is lection of its class in tho world, nud its Then break bulk nnd rcsalt with flue salt. Tho hams thus salted and re- - tho world'fi (strength. Tho mau of five value is greatly enhanced by tho careful salted should now remain in salt iu talents is tho world's illumination. Tho arrangement ntid reconl of individual bulk ouo day for each and every pound ouo is tho usually disadvantaged man, cpecimens. Tho collection consists of each ham weighs that is, a two pouud tho second is tho mau of average gifts, over 20,000 pieces, principally spear fancy Queensware and .iii. Elegant. Line of ham should remain two days, aud iu tho third is tho man extraordinary gift- aud arrow heads, stono knives, hammers such proportion of timo for larger and ed what wo call a genius. Dr. N. I. nnd scnipers uud fragments of pottery "Wanted. Rubinkam, Cougrcgatiouulist, Chicago. aud sonpstouo utensils. smaller sizes. Tartlci haying lurontloni they with tn Value of Ornlun. Next you wash with topld water unMr. Phillips had mado a lifelong ahould procure their tatcntu throughout So far from genius being something study of prehistoric man iu tho Atlantic agency. Inventor's Manual, a book containlne til tho bams aro thoroughly cleaned, and after partially drying rub tho beyond nature, tho genius Is tho most tide water region. In his opinion, col of patent, mode of procedure, etc., and other Information, lent for.V stamp. surfaco with finely grouud black natural mau. Tho common mau is con- which is accepted uu authority by tho OurlUtcf pattntt warded. forvfclchlarffciom Ax. An J CojI VasiS, rn;y Shovels nioney orTered. sent rrlih the M pepper. ventional. Tho genius is natural. Ho Smithsonian scientists, Washington was e Vie findarepurchasers for patents aminl.lrce procured Now tho hams Fhould bo hung up in lives nearer tho primary forces. Ho not tho first capitnl ou tho banks of the through our agency. Branch ofilcea In nil th Como and s)o us. Wj buy and sell .'or CASH aud cm afford tj make the. Very LOWEST Ho is what wo Potomac. The site, owing to the great principal cities and in all foreign countrl.-s-. tho smokehouse, and this important op- deals with life's sources. FKICES. eration bo begun. Tho smoking should call original that is, ho is a truer child tidvitutago iu connection with stono THE WORLD'S PROCf!ESS; O. J, llAIMtr, Mana;er, bo very gradually and slowly done, last- of nature and is its best interpreter. Ho quarries nnd tho river fisheries, was tho PLUM 8T.t CINCIHNAT, U ing 30 or 40 duys, most packers using sees whero others gropo and plpd. Dr. headquarters of tho great Algouquiu 001-30- 7 Ve sure to ien(iot this pdper. green hickory or red oak to smoko N. I. Rubinkam, Cougregatioualist, Chi- confederacy, tho most jxnverful of tho cago. with. nations ou tho Atlantic coast. It Iudiau ltpllex of Our Judgment. was with theso Indians that Captain After tho hams aro cured aud smoked SO YEARS' Throw n cruel word and a rudo deed John Smith first camo in contact ou his they should bo rcpeppered to guard EXPERIENCE against vermin and then bagged. Theso upon tho silent air and a whirlwind iuitial voyago up tho Potomac, and his hams improve with age and may bo con- will hurl them back ou us some day. mcmoirH contain an account of n fight Speaking evil of another is u mirror in- with tho Indians in their principal vilsidered perfect at ubout a year old. The conclusion naturally to bo drawn to which I may look and see reflected lage en the site of what is now Wo carrj ouly tho best goo sell at aud from theso facts is that any ham treated my hideous inner self. When wo speak a suburb of Wu&hingtou. as theso packers treat theirs would bo harsh und hasty judgments about our Claims Affulnat the Utcs. better than tho average. The Smithfleld fellow man, that word becomes n verdict Lieutenant Colonel Rnudlett, acting Trade Marks ham, howover, owes its popularity to that our hearts aro not right. Rev. Indian agent nt tho Uintah and Ouray Deions COPVRIQHTS its peculiar flavor, and this flavor is not Clinton B. Adams, Congregutionalist, ugeucy, in Utah, iu his annual rtport to Anyone sending a sketch and ilpurrlntlnn&C. may opinion freo whether an duo to tho mauuer in which it is cured, Philadelphia. the interior department, says official in- quickly arertnlt our pmentahlo. Communlcn. Invention I. prolmtily elso any ham cured in tho same manner Faith to Uplift Man. formation from tho department of justice tlonsstrlctlyronrjdentlal. Handbook on Patent! patents. Ho who has no faith will tread rough- shows that more than 000 depredation sent freo. Oldest airency for securingCo. receive. The sanio rule apples to our stock of Win low Glass anJ Putty, lit which we have the would rival it. It does not owo its flai'atents taken throuuh Jlunn A notice, without charge, In the rrli( vor to the manner of feeding altogether, shod iu tho sanctum of his neighbor. claims, amounting to more than only. elso hogs from other parts of tho coun- Tho truly religious will npproach tho havo been filed ugaiust tho Ute try could bo brought hero aud perfected. holy of holies of his fellow with respect Indians in tho Uuited States court of A handsomely weekly. Ijiruest elr Tho necessary things, in the opinion of and reverence. Tho primary purposo of claims, aud the suits instigated in such culatlon of anyIllustrated journal. Terms, f 1 c scientific ' manner as to hold cither of tho coufed- - year: four months, II. Sold by all newsdealer. tho producers, may then bo summed up every form of faith Is to uplift man. York as follows: Every religion has n high duty and em ted bands equally responsible for tho MUNN & Branch Office. Ctt V ft., Washington, U. C. A slow growing, peculiar shaped hog. It is a misfortnuo that there is not alleged depredations. Tho provision of Peculiar game flavor produced by tho a better understanding between Juda- tho government for counsel to defeud wild life in tho woods and the nuts, ism and Christianity. Rabbi Fried- theso cases is stated to bo inadequate, berries, etc., upon wbich it lives. aud tho southern Utes of Colorado man, Unity Church, Denver. V Rapid production of' flesh when the have united with tho Uucompahgres, The Kingdom or God. fattening process begins. The fat formed Godliness is tho promise of a present Uiutahs and Whito Rivers of Utah in ' of corn and pure water. kingdom. Wo imagine a heaven, Wo contracting for additional couusel. BY ' The methods of curing and smoking., Tho agent alleges that without doubt imagino that it will be something difNational Provlsioner. ferent from this world. Wo imngino nearly ull these claims nro fraudulent, that wo shan't find angols wire pulling and that these Indians havo also just NASHVILLE. TENN. has been found that if a little part- for tho best offices. Wo shan't Uud an- claims against the Unfted States that It ly cured sorghum is given to cattle after gels getting u monopoly ou crowns to should bo adjusted. It is claimed that OFFICIAIXY REPRESENTS ' they have had their other feed ut every sell to other ungols. We shan't find that there nro largo bodies of laud iu Colorathey relinquished their rights United Confederate Veterans, meal for a fow days, thus gradually ac- in heaven. Why? Becunso men, angels, do that customing them to it, they can safely bo saints, will love one another because in on couditinn that it should bo sold United Daughters of the Confederacy, allowed to pasture on sorghum or to thoy will bo rqvoreufc toward God. Now, and tho proceeds accrue to their iuterest Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, eat all they want of it, but they should wo need not wait for a celestial sphero bouoflt, that no credits havo been made The Sons, and other Organisations. Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. nfever havo access to it green when their for that Tho kingdom of God is a king- to them from buch sides, nud that most stomachs aro entirely empty. All livof dom of love, nud we need not wait of theso lauds havo been set asido by Stamp jsir, Tw Samplsi, Four Square, Stanford, Ky Rom Opposite Court-Hou-se s(ock may safely well cured sorghum for heaven for tho coming of that king- executive orders for public parks, for S, A. CUNNINGHAM. dom. Dr. Lyman Abbott, Congrega-tionalis- Which, if so retained, it is urged, they IrcctAfc Reduction la Clubt wlUi thia Paoea Caul Schofield. liould be paid. Brooklyn. lOOtl nir.mmim0FtTml- Ornm or Truth Olcum-From thp Teachings of All Deiimnliiatlon. If this lifo bo a dream, it is not too Some Plain Facts. How was the means pt hoi-Re- s Com-ineuriii- I phy-sicia- world-wid- e or one-hal- f, er ARTISTIC :FRAMING u-tcn-ona- Ayles-wort- h, Non-Tarnishab- te and i (Irst-cla- -s -- l H. FOX'S STUDIO, Opposite P. O. tlrt-nte- r M- - S. & J. W. BAUGHMAN, table-spoonf- ul YOUR KIDNEYS tg hivcryrrjer), JOE Stafford, Kg Manager. CURED - und-iln- 1 c" 1 x tt 'WO'EZID it to 3ro"cr! t, Xmas is WDfl. PARAGUS Penny's Lrug Store, y k Mi-u- roc;iEjoLp Patents Stand Lamps, Chandeliers nnd-Tougs- pro-M- en-tir- o , HICGINS 8 7HTKINNEY. In Drugs, Books and stationery, 1 Ana-costi- a, jjTwra Scientific American. Uniformly Low Priees. s best-grade- 0, PENNY'S DRUG STORE. a dos-tiu- y. UnDGRCAKIDG j. C. M'CLARY. Veteran; Two-Ctnt WFEBEMTEi Praotical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. a t, .,-- - .4w-- V - i'T "T" 7E i f "1 1 RELIGIOUS THOUGHT. FEF.D BOXES. FOALS IN WINTER. SHORT" NEWS BTORIEB.' l' r t v Itlght Way to Wean Them and to Care Itr. Feeler' Growing Barn Tale of a I take this method of Informing my LinSoldier. Citizen and Christain Patriot. For The in Afterward. New Mexico Watermelon Helped coln uunty friends and the public generalPresuming that the foal has been the President Son Hl Coat. ly that I have moed my Harness .Making Great new bonk for the people. and ltepalr establishment to the rooms optaught to eat grain for at least a month to show stimuli' nn.w n1 ....t n posite ltruce's stable, in Danville, where J. W. Feslcr of Morgantown, Ind., " before wenuiug time, when tho timo ' "' ou are Invited to rail and see inc. Come Club- -. Harrison, Rabbi, St. Louis. comes to separato him from his dam bas a bam which threatens to develop whether you want to buy or not into a "skyscraper." In 1801, having One Model. place him in n good safe box stall, with need of a now barn, ho built a small ExtraordlnaryLiboral Terms I. G. A I) LEW, Cbooyo ouu iuoiK'1 iTcbiih Christ. Ho no cracks or holes in which ho can get strncturo, and in its construction ho Money can tie made rapidly, and n vast who in developing character becomes fast, and then remove the dam far ' used green willow posts at tho corners of Chrigtly achieves sneecs-sRow O. S. enough away so Chat it will bo impos- and along tho sides. Thcso ho sank into amount of good done In circulating on" duthe nohli-s- historical wotks published is Warner, Mcthodibt, Kansas City. sible for them to hear each other neigh. tho ground in tho usual manner. For ring tho j nit quarter of a centun Active The foal will fret and fuss for a few somo timo nothing unusual was noticed, agents nre now reaping a rich harvest, borne Spcclllo DlrrrtliiiK. Twice-a'Wee- k best worker, are soiling over a 100 hours, but will soon give up, go to eat- but after a year ho saw that whereas ho ot our a Ah tho railroad guidebook would givo books week. ing and bo content. Water and feed laid tho floor near tho ground it was directions from ono statu to another, so Mr A. O. Williams Jackson county, Mo. should be kept in the stall at all times, above tho soil. Ho discovered that tho vntked four days and n half and secured 51 tho word of God gives specific directions Will so that no can help himself at any timo willow posts, instead of being dead, oriluit. He ells the book to almost every from earth to heaven. Hov. 1'dwanl ho may desire. At the expiration of a wcro alivo and had taken root and wero tnim lie n.eets. Dr. .I.J. Mason, Muscogee Mount, Methodist, Medford. Democrat. Every Uopubllcan. day or two, when ho gets somewhat ac- growing. In their upward movement county, Ciu., sold 120 copies tho first Jive And Every Woman clnjs he can . Every .Man. or Child who i"tn read Ilutrri Otrr V. II. C. feheets,. Palo quainted with the new surroundings, a thoy carried tho bam along. Last spring Te.x.. worked a few hours and will want to read It God hovers by his spirit over us, and halter should be put on him and ho tho barn was on stilts nino feot high, nnd sold copies, mostly morocco binding. .1. The Courier .lournal Is a tho tired child is wooed to rot and should bo hamHcd in tho stall a fow ho put in a now floor and surrounded the ill. Iliiniiii, Oaton county. X. C. made a Democratic paper, of l. or eight pages. Isof Wednecdii and toothed to slumber oven in tho midst In of minutes each day in order to gentlo posts wilh a siding, thereby making it a months' wages M. three days canvassing for sued Wednesdaj Issue Saturday all each week. this book. S. White. Callahan county. The prints the Clean earth's throng and pros. Truly wo him. When tho halter is first put on, . two story affair. There is now a space Tex., N M'lllng books at the rate of 144 co- Newt., and the Saturday Issue prints Stories, 6TATio.vAnr rrxn noi. have a near God. Dr. J. W. Weddoll, anil all mutters of spepies a v.cck. Mlscellanj, Poetry, much valuo ou tho subject of building leave tho strap ou it, and tho colt will of seven inches botwoen tho new floor and Baptist. Philadelphia. The Woik contiilns cial Inteiesl In the home. It Is edited by n cheap barn, as well as 6omo other soon get used to it, and it will make it tho ground, and Mr. Feslcr expects to of all the leading Generals 'a vast amount Henry Watterson. :. ;ZD CZJ CZL Our Affliction. much easier to catch him until tho fear havo a thrco story barn in tho courso of ' ""iwneiii rnuuiT, ami a things. large number ot Aullctiou makes heaven more glorilieitutllul illustrations. It U a Ono of tho Ufcful chapters of infor- wears off of him and he becomes gen- timo. Lonisvillo Post. Sx.oo grand book, and ladles and gentlemen who ous and adds stars to tho crown. Our mation in bulletin No. is on tho sub- tle. At the end of eight or ten days, can give all or any part of their time to the You get 104 good papers, of six or eight present light aOlictions, which aro but ject of constructing feud boxes. Illus- ' when ho has forgotten about bis dam A New Xexico Watermelon. .....I . .. jui j imuiMi hi NiitKc sums pages each, for SI less than one cent a pafor a moment, work out for us an eter- trative diagrams nre printed. Tho first and become gentlo etiough to bo led From tho Mcsilla valley of Now Mex- of money by handling It. r immense per. nal weight of glory. Hov. Theodora ono h'erewith given shows how to make about the stall, rubbed all over and ico, with tho guarantoo of Captain B. An elegant prospectus slewing the differII. Compton, Uaptist, Louisville. Useful premiums are given Club Italscrs, picked up und handled O. "Wandall of Bosqcobedado, comes ent htyles of binding, sample pages and all easily nud cheaply a stationary fowl box. havo his fett g material necessary to work commissions are allowed will without fear, he can then be led ontsido what ia very likely tho largest water- sent on receipt of SO cents. with, magnltl-cle-be and A Hotter Wy. In the second illustration is n feed agents. The bo thoroughly melon yarn of tho season. Captain gallery of portraits, alone. In the pros- Dully 50.00 Pcoplo aro coming to seo that tho box that may bo swung this way nud and in a few lessons will year Is fe.00 halter broken. Wandall says that ono of his watcrmel- - pectus a t worth double the money. We fur- - Dailv and Sunday, year world is God's world. And so long as nish It 2.C0 far less than actual cost of manu- Sunday alone. 1 year. After being separated from her foal man sees that there is a better way than lacture, and we would advise you to tho mare should bo allowed to run out tho ono ho is trending ho will press order quickly, and get eAclusive control us beforo and not conllued in a stable, of the best territory. Address forward to it Rev. Mrs. Mary T. HOVA'L I'UIIUi-MIXa tho exercise will bo of great benefit L CO. Whitney, Church of tho Disciples, BosUth and Main streets. Klchmond, Va i to her. She should be milked twice a ton. AM) THK day for from five to eight days, accordThought JAir thit Intlltldual. ing t i tho quantity of milk sho is givLet not- ouo of us think for a moment ?. SEULWS KL7 : ing Somo mares aro much moro easily : that ho is not welcome to Christ. Nay, dri"d up than others and require very My farm Is posted and I Intend to pro-e- ho would draw nil to himself. Wo havo cute each, any and every person caught little attention, but notwithstanding I'oth one year but to yield ourselves to his attraction nusyussmg in any way on mv premises. tl i fact a closo watch should bo kept and wo shall find ourselves getting over G. C.'LVON'. Hustonvlllc. on them in order to bo on tho safo side. nearer. Rev. B. Ezra Stiles Ely, Jr., Many persons aro in tho habit of using I'resbyterian, Rockford. Wo have made a special clubbing arrangelotions and unguents in order to dry tho k Courier JourA ment with the The You. Force. milk up, while others practice milking j nal, and will send that paper and ours for Character is tho greatest forco in tho Get you rShavts and Haircuts at tliu milk on a hot stono; but wo feel suro the pi Ice named to all our subscriber who world. Somo say money is tho greatest Ilarber bhop. He Is the slickest and will renew and pay In advance, or to all new thero is inuoh moro imaginary than real best barber In Crab Orchard. Ky. OU force, somo say brains, somo say love, sulscrlber who will pav In advance. Sambenefit derived from these remedies. sent free on ple copies of but character is tho greatest forco How shall tho colt Iw fed and treated application ' it is tho forco which dcterminon after ho is weaned? Tho old way was to TILTISO TEED rtOX. All subscriptions under this olTer must bo the direction in which money, brain h W. I'. WALTON. sent to that and turned quite over to be emptied pen him up in n barn and givo him a mid lovo shall Ih ukhL Rev. James J. Stanford, Kv. The crack barber, Is now back at his old or cleaned. It is easy to understand tho quart of grain and somo hay twice or Duulop, Presbyterian, Boston. stuud In Mrs. Egbert's ready to THE WATEISMELOX BURST. three times a day; but, while ho will construction of tho box from tho diagram give you a and haircut. The Llvra of Our Chllilren. live through tho winter ;n this treat- ons burst tho other night in tho field needing work should shave on him. Hu All in bulletin No. II 2. AH ."P . AH .r-'call is All of us ought to livo mora in tho ment as well or possibly better thau he from overripenesa and washed nway sure to please you. Crab Orchard, Ky. C5 lives of our children than wo da They would if turned out to "rough it" on a nearly half a inilo of tboacequia madro, Italie the Itlght Kind of Hone. will not bo children always. Tho little Do not do as many did when all straw stack, wo do not recommend either or main ditch. If proper machinery can feet will not Iw twittering on tho stairs horses wre a fair prico and street cars plan, as in ouo case thero is somo feed bo procured to load it, at least a quarter & very long. Bo patient nnd loving and used up plugs. Theu ono who had a and no exercise, while, in tho other section of ono of theso watermelons will Proprietor! tender. It will lu quiet in tho houso maro that could travel a littlo bred at thero is all exerciso nud no feed. What bo taken to tho Albuquerque fair. A Book for Young and Old. LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE soon, ond you will say, "Would God once to tho first fast horse, regardless of is desired is to have tho colt grow and Chicago Times-Heralm& they wera hack again. "Rev. Georgo color, form or breeding, intending to develop ns much as possible, and in orWE CURE OUR City, Ky. B. Vosburgh, Baptist, Denver. der to have him do this he must not Helped the President Put on His Coat. raise a "flier." Marcs showing somo NERVOUS RECORD Charley Miller was in Washington rAMiltnhlM Turnouts, prouiot attention, rtrj draft wero bred to draft stallions. See- only havo all tho nutritious food ho will Where HraTeii la. A twirtlnn nl vr.iir nqirnn.,.. . . v. JV... '. ......MkV I cat, but at tho same time all tho exer- on a recent Sunday, and, liko a good iwpeciiuiiy raff 18 roucueu. Where God reigns thero is heaven. ing draft horses wero selling for good Est! 1878 BLOOD Heaven is not n local place away beyond prices, some bred small, light marcs to ciso ho will possibly take. In order to boy should, decided to go to church. Ho accomplish this tho best plan wo havo inquired what church tho president atSKIN& 250,000 tho stars. Heaven is not a placo with draft horses, and finding that heavy anifour pqunro walls, with God on a throne mals could not stand excessive heat bred tried or seen tried is to keep tho colt tended nnd theu bent his steps in that DISEASED PRIVATE their half draft mares back to light in a warm, comfortable and well ven- direction. Ho told tho usher he was iih n personal being. God is everywhere, l Ins in overy heart Tho horses, thus producing plugs and senilis. tilated box stall at night and out in an from Kansas and desired a scat close up MEN nud heaven may DISEASES Louisville, Ky., kingdom of God is within you. That is Tho owners of these are mostly tho ones 0eu lot during tho day. Do not go to to President McKinley. Tho usher sized CURED wheat-fiel- d tho troublo of measuring his feed, but him up, noted tho contented, Christ's teaching, and that it tho truth. who complain of horoes being low. prosperity look, and then marched AMERICAN & EUROPEAN If a saddler, roadster or draft horso givo him all ho will eat morning, noon J. J. Cornell, Society of Friends, Balis wanted, ono of merit and worth buy- and night. Mixed hay, half timothy and him to tho pew behind tho McKinley timore. PLANS. ing, it is found that good horses aro not half clover, with corn blades added, is household and seated him directly beStandard of ItlKhtroiinri. The Ladies Restaurant is the finest in so low uftcr all. These aro tho kiud tho best roughness ho can havo, while hind tho president. At tho closo of tho Wo should measure ourselves by tho VntlUP MlU Ilao you rinned the city. Every convenience for ladies IUUI1U N1HI1 aenintt nature standard of righteousness set by tho farmers should raise, and If really good his allowance of grain should consist of services Mr. McKinley arose nnd began spending the day in the city. wheu ignorant of tho tcrriblo crime tou Saviour, and tho diflerenco between our ones they will not have to sell at a sac- n mixture of crushed oats, two rarts: ' a tusslo with his overcoat. And right IMujoa only consider (ientlcnm'b Cafe on otlic'e lloor. vcrocommltutiR. tho fascinating allurements of this oil lives and his is tho mensuru of our rifice. It is not needful that thoy limit crushed ryo nud barley, each ono part. hero Mr. Miller grasped tho opportuui Imbitr When too l.ito to moid tho tcrTHOMAS A. MULLIGAN. shortroming before Ciod. All fall s,hort thoir horses to ono kiud, but- - ouo or nud wheat brnn, ono part. A small ' tyof his lifo. With a gentlemanly riblo results, wcro your cyc ojened to of com may bo added now nnd low mo," ho held tho president's coat your peril? DM you Inter on in innn- of tho standard now, but by porsovor-- 1 moro colts of both carriage and draft Manager. hood contract nnyriUVAU; or 1J1.UUU unco men shall somo day riso to tho breeding could bo raised each year, and then by way of change, but it should bo nud helped him put it on. Tho cold, discao? Wcro you cured t Do you now given in small quantities, as corn is very icy, what do you want staro melted tho Music - Tucsdnv, Thursday and Sund ay nnd then 5co Jomo alarming pymitoms? fullness of tho stature of manhood if size and stylo arc obtained there is livening. j Daro you marry In irccnt shown in .Tonus Christ. Dr. E. W. always it buyer ready to pay n good heating and for this reason n very poor moment it struck Mr. Miller's face, andYou know," 1.1 Kll l'ATIIEK, food for colts. Many farmers who hap- - with a cordial "Thank you" tho presBrickert, Christian Church, Washing-- ' prico for u team better than his rival LIKE SON." It married, aro you constantly lUiiiR in dread? Is marriapo a It. A. Ha vim in Southern Stock 1ci to have plenty of corn on hand, but ideut and his family passed out. Win- mviin ton, Iud. fillnro with you on necountof nny weakwo (,ats tr t0 winter their colts on com field (Knn.) Courier. Farm. The Greatest Hook. ness caurcd oy early nbuto or later exand literally burn them up in this way cesses? Hno you been ilruinteil with There aro certain books which no roan mercury? This booklet w ill oiiit out t Lire Stock 1'nlntf. An Attempt That Failed. so that they uro ruined for life. It is Or prices going higher. We have been trycam read without being a larger nud yon tho result of theo crimen nnd jxiint There seems to bo a good deal of "Snicide?" paid tho man from Maine. ing our best to keep the best gniilo of coal much cheaper in tho long run to sell tho out how oar NEW .METHOD wiser and better man. Tho greatest will iwitively euro you. It in tho world still in spito of corn for half price and buy oats and "Why, I havo attempted to commit sui- - on hand for we only order from tho best books are those which do not need any- how hmr thnunnd hao been saved by printers' ink maybe, indeed, becaubo bran with tho money than to try to win- cido. Years ago I had been off on a tear mines. No mean coal. We are advised that nar XEW TT.EAT.MENT. It proic thing outside of themselves for their in- of it. One. proof is the promulgation of how wo can (JUAHANTEE TO I'lJIU" for a mouth and was in Loudon, dead tho ANY CUKA1ILE CAfcE OK XO PAY. terpretation. They aro tho Inxiks which tho theory that if a dairy bull gets over-fa- t terOne colt on com. A broko und getting sober. other joint that must not bo forWo treat nnd euro EMISSION'S, livo on nud on without any reference to his offspring will bo of tho beefy "About a mouth beforo that I had will now be forwarded. Falls llraneh, VUliroccr.E. SYPHILIS. (iLEKl. tho timo in which they were written. typo. If a sire of race horso blood were gotten or neglected is thut you must sprained my arm, and it doctor I had SIKICTI'KE. I .M POTENCY, PE- Ind. .Ml., ami other .lellico coals, IIET DHA1XS. rXNATl'UAI. They uro written at any timo for nil too fat at the timo of breeding, would havo tho feet trimmed nnd kept in bal- known gavo mo somo application for it. l'rlces same as last season. Wo will Veep KIDNEY and 1ILADDE1' ance. This should bo first attended tout time. Dr. John Pnul Egbert, Presbyyou In.fCotne and see us. li?cacs. his colts bo Shires or Clydesdales? Any the ago of G mouths, when tho colt is Ho said it was tho rankest kind of a terian, St. Paul. sire that is too fat will lack vigor and weaned, and uftenvard as often us is poison and I must bo careful how I used CURES GUARANTEED & Sin' llirutt. & it. Stating that it was dear, ho let mo transmit less of it to his descendants, uecessary. Kentucky Stock Farm. 'Tho Vr.cc of Sin" font free Iv Tho wild oats sowing may bo forgiven whether ho bo a pig, horse, sheep or havo tho stuff for 3 guineas. iti lor Ins. "Hemp. CONSULT VTIOX or repented of, but many a man has bull. That much truth thero is in tho 111 li. If imrllo t" call, write for "When I tried to kill myself, I took Lire Stock I'olut. dUJ"ITTN". . BLANK for HOME lieen cured' by tho inevitable harvest of doctrine; no more. 1 had left and then ry I l.t.. .s.1. .... A sheep is an nuimal that cannot most of tho poison ruined health, impaired vitality, shat-lay down to die. I waited an hour and X3RS3. Seo that your houso and stable drains 6tand wet feet. S ItOWI.ANI). KY., tercd ambitions. Many a man sees daily do not run into or near the wells from didn't, so I went down nnd had a driuk Tho thrco great beef breeds, Shorttho revelation of his sin in tho ghastly which either your family or your livo "Tho next morning I folt better. ilns Gone Back into4he Coal reproduction of a sou's career. Hell is Mock drink. Farmers aro often crim- horns, Herefords and Abcrdeeu-AnguseThero was u littlo of tho poison left, so Business. ?2 IV. FOURTH STREET, on both sides of tho tomb. Sow to sin inally negligent in this respect, und shared honors about equally at tho Chi- I took it to n chemist to havo it anaCINCINNATI, O. And will keep constantly on hand the Jelll-ccago livo stock frhow, and tho question lyzed. Tho poison and reap destruction. Sow to righteous- both themselves nnd their animals drink was nothing but disTall!) llraneh and other best Coals and 1T3 is still unsettled which family is best. ness and reap righteousness. Hov. W. disease and death year after year. Theu, tilled water. Yon seo my friend tho ask the patronage of the public. Stanford friends who want Coal can leave orders with Tho treasury department has decided doctor was something of a crook." F. Irwin, Prtfsbytcrian, Chicago. when one of the family dies of typhoid J. II. Iilggins which will receive prompt atthat cattle taken out of tho United New York Sun. Gl'( High Ideal. fever or consumption or the best cow tention T. L. MIELTON. . ..w. .lAtHlnln kUU rM..n ,1..... The stono which was cut into form to KUl'D UllV WAlil lUUClliUlUfilth AL.A IBJiUCf States1:1 nnd returned again must pay T "T TIT TIT TJLT A IT TT TJ.' 'jr W Tho Hissing Evidence. llu 7 makopartof ono of God's temples spoko ' wails out that it is a "mysterious visita-- ' uuw ,,KO IOt,K" mvo ero way they TlT Tl TIT Tl? TIT TIT TIT TIT TIT TIT ?IT TIT A man was arrested in San Francisco with tho harmony of beauty of God's tiou of Providence." It is a visitation of condition and vuluo. been improved in This decision was the other day for catching fish below T TT TIT Tff TIT TIT TT Ty ""y TT TIT TT ideals, and tho emotions on which filth pure and simple, and not at all high made in tho caso of a bunch of cattle the lawful weight many of tho disciples of tho school of , mysterious. that had been driven from Texas into "Where are tho fish?" asked the atmodem ethics base their theories of Nnvnr nrpservn for torJr immw Mexico and thero fattened. STANFOltD, KY. torney for tho defendant. man's high nature came to them through lambs bred from a sire only a year old. " answer"Why, they wouldn't keep, Ewes that aro in good flesh nnd vigAll klndiof rcpilrlni; done at reatuuMile rules : hfrtt?Tt"fr; : lines of Christian ancestors or wero im- Breeding from lambs and their progeny Upholstering t ipeclalty officer. biiim.cilou parted to them through tho Madonna-lik- produces soon a flock of weakly, under orous condition at tho timo of breediug ed tho j ItIt 4HNHTj?Ti?Ttb; : "What did you do with them?" always produce large, fine lambs if thoy influence of a Christian mother. sized sheep. A. S. "Oh, I disposed of them." are kept so till tho lambs aro born. TfTTrTTTTTFTrTIFTSTTlTTITTITTr Dr. K. A. Holland, Episcopal, St Louis. JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIII Tuberculosis and many other diseases This matter of having owes in fino conSA "What did you do with them?" Power of Faith. i T?Tv of animals may often be traced to wast dition at breeding timo is not sufficient"Well, I knew they wouldn't keep, Faith enlarges tho mind, strengthens of cleanliness and ventilation in stables. ly attended to. Dentist, TT wTTTITI so I I disposed of them." tho will, purities tho heart, lifts man Ench full grown animal in a stable "But what did yon do with them?" T?Tl?T!?Ti?i It has been found that shredded fodtip to now worlds, and if wo justly ought to have 1,000 feet of air space, "My wifo cooked them." Li, i praise nud glorify modern scientific tho entire air of the stable being changed der is much superior to cut fodder. "And you ato them?" Office oter ilcltoberi.' Hrne store in theJOwiley Shredded fodder may bo mowed closely uU' progress because it enlarges our knowl- twioo a day. ItJttJttIttH Diilldlpg. "Yes." in great quantity, tho larger tho better, edge of tho material uuivcrso how " Your honor, I ask that this coso be When you build a new barn or stable, since then it does not dry out so much. ::tJ?tM?tH much moro should wo praise and glori- study tho most approved plans and make dismissed." ::Ti?Ti?n?TH only makos us cer- nmplo provision for ventilation. The ' Tho Swino Breeder's Journal finds fy faith which not "Charge dismissed and defendant tain of this life, bnt of the lifo to come. j architects of rural buildings today know these three things aro absolutely neces- discharged," ruled tho justice of the Rev. Dr. Stafford, Catholic, Wash- j how to provide this without chilling sary to keep Uogs free from disease peace, "on the ground that the arrest namely, caution in changing from one ing officer ato the evidence." Chicago ington. tho animals. diet to uuother, ouly tho purest water , Leading Motive In All Keforui. i tJTITwTJTs A dark stable will in timo make a tor mem to unuK, Keeping tnem altoTho great work of tho Christian re- horso blind. j gether out of dust Whenever a hog Police Theory of the Theft of a WLr. ligion is to save men now from tho comSunshino and fresh air do more for sneezes it is an indication something is On a recent afternoon a man about 22 : K mission of sin savo us now because Stir' I the health of live stock than all else. wrong A hog should never bo allowed years old, dressed in a gray suit and Office on Lancaster ttreet nt Resilience. God loves ns. If ho finds us in a sinful ' stato, ho comes not to judge, but to Tho up. to .dato livo stock man has, win to wallow in dusty pons, fence corners ' possessed of a wealth of long hair and a ., , . .. . KHtC j. ui'pn nugu wmen mo or straw stacks. handsome smooth face, entered Herman I'. A., point a bettor way. This is tho leading uw" JU ",s uursi'klrac ifltf i tVpvPvPVpx S ' H. HACnV. O. Beruuer's shop. Whilo Sir. Bern- A shed 38 feot long by 14 feet wide '"" inotivo in all reform movements. From iNUdHt, B.f.A, Good breeding owes and rams are So breeding ewes. It should ner's attention was attracted to another will hold lovo to God we bind np tho wounds of Registered fellows. If wo realized this moro teu profitablo till they aro 10 years old. bo provided through its wholo length part of the establishment themau seized Splendid i wTPTT IT TFTSTTPIT TFTF?ITTI? i a wig valued at $20 and escaped. Tho fully, there would bo no room for con- -' Tho easiest way to drivo a hog is to with drop doors two nnd a half feet individuals Both .TPTfTT TTTIT wTTT!TTrTJTTj77!? only theory that tho detectives can adtentions about theological ideas nnd no put it into a crate, load tho crato npcex wide. These should bo left open in tho last Fall's and vance is tint possibly the thief's grandj? TJ? '1' Tl? '1' '1' 'I? 'J?, this SniinL'B far i U? TJ? timo lost in proparing papers on matters a "stono boat" or low, flnt wagon bed daytime, except when tho weather is cuuuot bo proved, bat rest simply and haul it away. This is a good way . ery bad. Breeding ewes should bo lot father, undo or father is bald, and that row. Prices reasonable. No charge for which !? TIT TJLT 'J? 'U 'J? 1? JT 'J? T? 'J? Tl' ou opluiou. J. J. Cornoll, Society of to get a sow to where you aro to hays out on pasture during the day except in tho bold and daring violator of tho law crating. MiiHtliAMkUftlujtJaJiJaltiM " ' twvero or wet weather. tho wig for a Christmas present. stole J. V.'ft H. J.'McSOBERTS, SUnforl. Friends, Baltimore. kvt brad Ortn of Truth Olranrd From tlir TeachiOne Stationary, the Other Tilting Orcr Far ng; of All Dcnouilnntlan. Emptying ntl Cleaning. Education incatiK not what mini getc, The North Carolina experiment stabnt what innn cam ftivo: not what ho tion is at Raleigh. Bulletin No. 142 knows, but liow lio thinks. Rev. Lcou from this btatiou gives information of . Ever-wiii-re GEI. ?. E. LEE. " REMOVAL ! c Danville. . t . the If it Worth Printing Gourieridournal -- Print it. (tl vat-sod- l'ln-toiou- nt, 111 twli't-a-we-ek I I ; full-pa- ge "PNIClf: a TEAR.; good-payin- nt Courier-Journa- l, 1 1 TWICE-A-WEEE- K COURIER-JOURNA- I - Timely Warning! milE V FOR ONLY TwIce-a-Wee- $2,75. (rratt Word To Make-mor- e' ! jzm2&fcB&& Courier-Journ- al s'fz yfi ROBERT FISH, store-room llrst-cla- ss .kI SHELBY SHELBY, Ai fcri WAGES OF 811 B Junction Flrst-Cla- s pi LOUISVILLE4 HOTEL 250,000 CURED i j "Al-quanti- ty I I ' ' V i No Danger Of a Coal Famine non-ficnt-- o TltLA'l-MEX- T I ' Plentiful Supply Wool-drldg- e. NOEL SON. 1 T. L. SHELTON, t s, SJKEEDYS Kergan H o. esses I "" 1 1 a. ( '" '" " H. D. PHILLIPS. Gun and Lcolr Smith., RUnr-mus- :m o I tsect Ws PRICE, lurfon Stanford. Ky. I DR. W. B. FX2T2TY, fW AJ rvr v if Mi I Times-Heral- MES& :S tan ford, Dentist, , - "'" " "". of-o- ur Dn-roc- s. ::! '' ' V ll ' 1 , 'i' I i KiL- - , . ' ; . ii 1. - w Mi i crrT- - A GUT IN THE GLOB 7f tflbaaiil EASY CHANCE TO SftVE MONEY. Look at Our Prices Now in Fine Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats and Shoes. LK&aaJK: Fine Lot of Columbia Colored Shirts worth $1 and $1.25 a o VERCOA TS. now 65 cents. SUITS. - $ 5 00 Hi Good Suits, 3 Our $7 50 now - 5 00 - 7 50 All' "Wool Suit, Good Heavy Sox sold for 10 cents, now 5c. Our Tan and 00 now 50 - 10 00 Piuc Suit, - 10 00 00 now J Black sold for 15c, now 8 gj Better Suit, $13 and 15 00 ktt " WA l-3- c. WA T Y X . ttsy -- . w. You Know These ape Good Bargains. saHeKHiffl 15 00 now m and so on .. .. - 12 00 Vi Xcvcr in the history of the Shoe trade have you seen or heard of such a Great Cut. Call and see SHO5m HATS. Fine Fedora, $1 1 mmEfflmmsmmmmMm i I M V Fine Black and Brown, $1 25 50 2 00 2 50 1 STIFF HATS. 'Fine Line of 1 2 2 00 50 00 50 now - $ 1 75 now now now 5ft 00 i sn n uu nn eSl 'ffl Ml 5I I jgm iWMMEA M Christmas s V m for yourself. Novelties, Silk Mufflers, Imported Neckwear, Wool Mufflers, Something Entirely NEW. Up-to-Da- te S'fc-37-Xs- Globe, - - J.L.Frohmanor Co The UgiTCall and See Us and Save Money. VICINITY NEWS. Somerset Is to have an ax handle fac. tory. Dr. H. C. Wagner, of Madison county, died suddenly. Mrs. B. Engram was'appolnted postmaster at Zetto, Clay county. Capt. James A. Tomllnson will bo appointed postmaster at Harrodsburg. George Lewis Clark, hero of Mrs. Stowe's celebrated novel, "Uncle Tom's Cabin," died at Lexington last week. The Kentucklan says that Mrs. F. B. Riley, wife of the clever proprietor of the Riley Hotel at London, has been dangerously ill but is better. The mother of Giles Shine, died two weeks ago In New York. Mr. Shine is playing the role of ''Cardinal Richelieu," In "Under The Red Robe" this 6eason. W Miss Willie Smith, daughter of the late Curran C. Smith, and niece of Capt. J. Speed Smith, died In Cincinnati. Her home was in Richmond. John Rooney, of Laurel county, was refused a pardon last week for displacing a switch. While Intoxicated ho shot and broke the signal lignt on a switch, and It came near causing a bad wreck. He got one year for it. Joe A. Fox, of Somerset, came near losing an eye by running against a 6plral shaped wire In his yard, says tho Paragon. His face was badly cut. Mr. -- 11 u DEATH OF MRS. E. J. McCANIJE. I have just received news of the death ot my clear sister, Mrs. E. J. McCanne, at Jacksonville, Mo., which occurred ou the 0th. Funeral services were held at Mt. Salem Baptist church and the Interment on the 10th, Rev. M. Hlfner ofifclatlng, who spoke In the highest terms of the noble life and Christian character of the deceased. She had been In feeble health for 15 .years with bronchial affection and had become so reduced in flesh and strength that she was unable to cope with a severe attack of pneumonia, which did Its deadly work In live days. She was the seventh of a family of nine children of John and Elizabeth Jones, who are both dead long since, the mother for about 48 years. Three of her brothers and one sister have preceded her to the grave, and four brothers are still living. She was reared in Casey county, near Mlddleburg, and soon after the war married R. O. McCanne and moved to her homo at Jacksonville, Mo., where she has since lived. She left five .sorrowing!. chlldreu. The daughters are: Mrs. Alice Goddard, Misses Jessie, Julie and Stella McCanne and one son, Edward B. McCanne. Deceased had been a consistent member of the Baptist church for about 10 years. Among the things said of her by Bro. Hlfner was: "That she was as near perfect as it is possible for one to be while In this flesh." Her pious Christian life and example speak more words of condolence to the bereft husband and children than the words ot any man. Such a life, so faithfully spent If heeded, is enough to pilot the sorrowing: friends over the rough sea of life. Farewell, dear sUter, dear wife and precious mamma, till we all meet "some sweet M. W Jones. day, bye and bye." Middleburg, Dec. 10, 1807. Mr. B. F. Gray, of Grays, writes us: I was rather amused at your news Item to the effect that 37 cars of coal went out of Mlddlesboro In one day, when tno little village of Grays sends out more than that every day, and more than $100,000 are paid annually to the 100 men and boys that work In the mines here. However we are not a '.'Magic City" and are uot expected to -- Liberty. Gib-oney- F. M. Scott has bought a lot on tbo Hustonvlllo pike, just above J. B. property, and will build a residence on It. A Free Town society swell reports tho approaching wedding of Mr. Geo. Washington Smellgood to Miss Consternation Pumklnhuc. Also the engagement of Mr. Erastus Ebony Whlto to Miss Lobelia Southcut. John Whipp, Jr., has gono to Scotts-villW. C. Adams and wife wero in Louisville last week. Judge Beldcn F. Is one of tho I. J.'s many subscribers, a good man In many ways und we attended court in Lebanon. Miss Amanda Stono is visiting In Monticello. W. don't want him hurt. F. Uowe, of Jamestown, was here last e. 's CRAB ORCHARD. Mrs. Sue Holmes' sale wa3 well attended and tho prices realized were as high as tree tops. As yet our reporters have not told us of any public Christmas trees, bu ono or two prlvato ones are talked of. A. H. Bastln Is remodeling his store room, taking tho partition out and otherwise beautifying It for Sauta Claus. Mr. Rogers takes possession of tho Holmes furm this week. Mrs. Holmes will remain with him until she settles up her business. Mr. J. Will James and Judge Walker, gauger, were kept busy this week gauging 00 barrels of whisky to be sent to California for sale there. There will be a minstrel performance given by tho youug men of town during the latter part of the holidays. Attend and laugh your money's worth. They say that a young farmer who Is a widower, and who lives a few miles In the country, is to be married to a charming youug bud of town before the new year. Mr. Steenbergen has moved to tho Carson proporty on Stanford street. W. Stuart Myers Is on a visit to his pretty daughter, Mrs. Allen H. HIsey, of Be atrice, Neb. A heavy snow Is reported there, making tho farmers rejoice and week. J. B. and Geo. E. Stone went to make any protensions. The item should have read 75 cars. r The Somerset Reporter hits tho nail on the head when it says the man who will take a paper and not make the proper effort to pay for It will steal irom a blind man. There id always sunshine on some part of Unclo Sam's great dominions. When it is 6 P. M. on Attoos Islands, Alaska, It ia 9:3(5 A. M of the following day at Eastport, Maine. Fred Williams, who raped a deaf and dumb pirl In Knox county and tried to get rid of the penalty by marrying her, was sent to the penitentiary for 11 years. Lee McHargue, sheriff elect, filed his bond Wednesday with Judge Brown with tho Fidelity Deposit Company, of Baltimore, Md., as surety. London Kentucklan. The fiscal court of Mercer county has made an arrangement with road owners by which it is believed all tho turnpikes in that county will be made free by January 1 for 842,000 outlay. The Nancy correspondent of the Somerset Reporter tells of the finding of a skeleton while digging down a mound near that place. Several arrow heads and other relics were also found and It is believed that the bones were those of an Indian. ParA dispatch says that ker, of London, was awarded star route mall contracts aggregating $400,000. He was a bidder pn the Klondyke route but was defeated by tho Pacific Navigation Co. Mr. Parker will go to the Klondyke in Juno. In tho award of mall contracts for the Western section of the United States to commence In July, 1898, and last until June, 1902. W. B. Catchlngs, of London, got about 1,150 routes: Senator Ed Parker about 165: Stllllngs about 200. Sovoral other Kentucky bidders, among whom are Chilton & Co., Johnson, Borelng & Steele, all of London, also gets a slice of the contracts. Nelson Wittlesey, receiver of cue. toms at Council Bluffs, la., who ran away last week $5,000 short, was apprehended by officers at Danville, where they had registered at Gllchers. With him was a woman, wife of a local merchant, who previously stood well in her community. Ho had deserted his wife. A good deal of the money was found on the man's person. Ex-Senat- or Jamestown last week to visit their father, who is in very feeble health. C. H. Bartle, who is to run a planing mill here, has moved his family to town and is erecting a large and substantial building for his machinery. When Mark Twain went to Constantinople he saw more dogs than he had ever dreamed of, and was considerably annoyed by them. They ran at his heols, stood across the pavement in front of him, rubbed their greasy coats against his new checked pants until ho swore "By the chin whiskers of Mahomet" (or 6omo other heathen by word which ho learned from tho Turks) that if the nuisance did not abate ho would slay every dog In the Sultan's domains. With all deference to tho dogs of Constantinople, I want to say that Twain did not know anything ubout dogs. If ho could see the canlno population of Liberty on dress parade, he would think he had delirium tremens. There ure dogs of every hue und species, old and young, largo and small and us nume'ous as the rats that fol lowed tho piper under the mountain? They aro Increasing In numbers with alarming rapidity. The only hope o. the town is a pandemic of dog buttons. Miss Mlnnlo Power, of Lockport, N. Y., Is eight feet in height lacking one inch. She is the tallest woman in tho United States. Sho is handsome in spito of her abnormal proportions. Mrs. James Gardner, of Lewl6town, Tenn., gave birth to triplets a week ago and her husband at once disappeared and has not since been heard from. Five brothers of the Goas family at Brownstown, Ind., average 210 pounds and the three Bisters 1C0, muking 2,150 pounds for the eight. New York physicians are puzzled over the fact that Robert Norway's hair turned from dark brown to snow white In a slnglo night. The sugar output of Hawaii for tho year is 243,00" tons; a little more than John Morgan, the triple murderer, was hanged at Ripley, V. Va. The drop fell without any unusual Incidents except that Morgan broke down during the forenoon and spent tho time crying. He recently escnped jail and threw his liberty away for a chow of tobacco. On tho gallows he Implicated another man In tho crime. "Kid" McCoy, of Indiana, defeated Dan Creedon, of Australia, In the 15th round at Long Island City, before n big crowd. McCoy was then declared tho champion middle-weigpugilist of the world, and ho Issued a challenge to defend this title against all coiners. Robert Davidson a whlto boy, 15 years old, was sentenced to five years in tho penitentiary for assault on a col ored girl. Wo'U wager Gov.' Brndlov won't pardon him on account of youth. The Bull block, 5th and Market, Louisville, was damaged llro ht Stockholders' Meeting. t oi ill lla.k of Hustonville I,, will unit irector to between m.. i'i. Tn for thethepurpose MKm.V7 of electlnw eno ensuing u UiU tit and D- January. J W 1 HOCKKK. Cashier . On FOR RENT. mr premises Jan. 1, 1806, will , to the highest bidder 170 Acre Land rent bo to rultlvnici! in Hump and Corn. A. I) owell, Hustonville, Ky. si Opportunity of Your Life m M barrel flouring with Mevntor. flno liesldcueo and stock o wheat and corn for sale. .Mill running ful time and of entire out put at satisfactory prices The plant should bo e,.i to be iipi.reclau-d- . Will bo sold nt a buixnln. ill health forces me to null thu milling Terms easy. Call on or uddrets, o. O. VanXhstia r Ai.',1,r"t.c.ln,':?' ul-,0- during ti bulne. - Hustonville. r Ky TINNING & PLUMBING, STA N FO RD, KY, , J. T. Jones, ' Is now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing und Tinning. Solo proprietors of Dean Illaclf Diamond Hoof I'umt. Telephone No. 20. residence Shop on Mill St.. oppslte J II. liiiughnian A: Co.' Mill si-- tf FIRE INSURANCE CAfcJt.ST'"t, coAoiOxrnir, SANTA CLAUS REVELS A ROOM that IN Insuranoe Company OF BROOKLYN. and chenille, and from our beautiful stock of rugs and curvets. Nothing like a line rug or handsome portlero for u ClirNt-maifil.t. U inado luxurious by rich draperies. Oriental ruga Unit glow with color, and with tho sheen of gem, and soft carpets In exquisite design. Muko your rooms attract-Iv- o from our splendid stock of portieres In Hupdiul. In Oriental designs, Trench brocn-tcll- u Caledonian Co., : Insurance or Scotland. KOUNDED 1800. sleighing delightful. Messrs. Joe Brooks and Massle, knights of tho grip, were with friends hero this week. Henley Bastln has returned from the military school at Lox lngton for the holidays. Miss Kato Hays, who has been teaching near Maywood, has returned home. Her school closed Friday. Mrs. Adams, mother of Mr. Mortimer Adams, is on tho sick list. W. W. WITHERS, Stanford, - - Kentucky. Branch Store and Undertaking Outfit at Hustonville, Ky. R.B.MAHONY,Agt., STANFOKP, KY. ISTOTIOIE pot ! Stockholders' Sleeting;. A meeting of the stockholders of tho First National Bank of Stanford will bo held ut their banking house the second Tuesday In January, 1808, for the purpose, of electing 11 Directors for the ensuing veiir. JOHN J. McROOEUTS, Cashier. All pemoni dedrlno Locuu Toils for plink fence. and ralllnj or wire fence can find want tmjr .tore near Cedar Creek, on wbit ther leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford theI pike also awri'lrof plank for fen.In. All kludtoflumUr torunlldlDjt purpose,; alio boarda and blnalea. A 1 porwna deslrluj anr article of tola kind can call on uie at uir store nearCedar &' Creek. V. SINOLEToy; t. To feed Greater Now York on Christmas day it is estimated that It will take among other things, 1,700 cattle, 7,000 tons of poultry, 1,700 barrels of cranof celery. berries and three Richmond, Va., experienced a seven last year. second shake-u- p by an earthquake. car-loa- MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. the stockholders of the i Farmers Bank and Trust Co., will be held i at their banking house tlje first Wednesday Newljr furnished; clean beds; splendsd In January. 1808, for tho purpose of. electing table. Everthing 11 Directors for tho ensuing year. Porters meet J. B. OWStSV, Cashier. trains. 89 A mcetlug ot Stockholders' Meeting. Mason Hotel first-clas- s. Lancaster, Kentucky. jMJJjfsaAU & tfe4&Lj fiAt jft t h