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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897123101 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. . f "m SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. LHNCflSTER 1 j INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1897 HUSTONVILLe. Atlanta yesterduy a car load of cotton MATRIMONIAL mules. The former gentleman went with them. An ucter at New York was given six J. E. Wright bought of S. J. Embry months for striking his wife, about 4,000 pounds of tobacco at OJc. At Seymour, Ind., a woman editor .Mr. v. has bought (.0,000 pounds re- - married the publisher of her paper, cently at 4 to 10c. During the year 1.093 runaway cou- Slr Walter, winner of the Brooklyn pies were married In JelTersonvlllo. Handicap, two years ago, has been re- A Michigan man of 70, married three tired to tho stud of the Elmendorf farm women In (50 duys, got their money and near Lexington. vanished. Buckwa, by Buckra. lowered the Thomas Hoover, a vouth of 19, was world's record for H miles at Oakland, married at Henderson to Mrs. Sarah Ca!., winning under a heavy pull by Woodson, a widow of 42. ' six lengths in 2:32i. Holmes, youngest Miss Imogen The largest mule in tho world was daughter of W. B. Holmes, of d In Missouri, Is 10 hands 2 inches vllle, and J. Vimont Lvle.of Paris, will high and weighs 1.330 pounds. He be married Jan. 5. Is to bo sent to a London menagerie. M,.. and Mrs. Jacob Hibbler, of of leaf tobacco on the Louisville Nlles, Mich., celebrated the .Vth MinSales imarket during 1S97 reached tho enor- - versary of their marriage on the 2titu. mous total of 169.173 hogsheads. This He is 10S and she 107. Is the greatest total for any year ex- Colonel Gooch, 21, and Miss Marindy Hogue, K5, gave themselves to each cept 195. J. M. k. H. J. McRoberts sold to A. other Christmas day. The ceremony G. T. Smith a line Duroe Jersey sow was at R. J. Hogue's. and 10 pigs for a small fortune. They1 George M. Mclvinney and Miss also a pig last week to Charles- - nle Elder, 23 nnd 21 respectively, were ton. W. Vu. married at Mr. Cicero Reynolds' by Tho National Tobacco works Is pre-- : Rev. J. B. Crouch on the 23d. paring to build ut Louisville the great-- 1 Miss Anna Eads, of Washington, est plug tobacco factory in the world. Ind., obtained tho keys to the jail in It will give employment to 3,000 bauds ' which her sweetheart. Joe Devlne, was with an output of 175.000 pounds a day. Imprisoned and liberated him. Jonas Weihl has bought 150 export Elmer Hodges, a wholesale grocer at cattle, average weight 1,350 pounds, Birmingham, dropped dead at Ashe-froDan-breFan-shipp' NO. 86 Call on C. W. Adams for all wants In mn tinder obligations to SherltT T. Robinson mid S. B. Henry for favors holiday goods at cost and less. Robinson & Bohon will ship two car In thu culinary department. J. I. Hamilton raised a fund by Mib- - j loads of Hue fat mules to. Columbus, HCription and gave Mrs. Ophelia Dunn Ga.. next Tuesday. I. F. Steelo wiio called by wire to a fine cow and calf as a Christmas presLouisville this week to attend tho fuent. The Masons gave a goose nnd oyster neral of Mrs. Collins, his supper o Wednesday night. It was Miss Nannie Brown desires to return highly enjoyable, uud, from Indications many thanks to her numerous friends, afterwurd, It was a swell alTalr. Sherlir Robinson's sale of property and tho Chrlctlun Endeavor Society, for taxes hint Monday was one of the for many material evidencos of their largest ever made by him, although the kindness. The residence of J. W. Hooker was amounts due were generally small. Oliver Jurvls, aged 27, was found slightly damaged by lire recently. The dead in his bod on Monday morning. Hie started beneath the hearth, catchCoroner Greenlouf held an Inquest and ing a door tho carpenter extended to the Iron mantel und but for the timely it developed that he died of epilepsy. ladles of the Christian discovery It would have been beyond The young Missionary Society realized handsome- control of our lire department. Frank True, of near your city", is ly on the elegant reception and delicious lunch at Mrs. Jennie West's on doubtless all his name would Indicate. He slippwl quietly through horc the Tuesday evening. production of MUs other night and stole Miss Vlrgie The splendid Christine Bradley, "A Chrlhtwins Rev- - Brown, th handsome daughter of G and boforo daylight next rie." which appeared In some leading Wash journals, displays great mental vigor morning they were married in I ml." and brilliancy of expression, and would Tho mortal remains of joor Bennett many old authors. do credit to Christmas has come and gone and as Cloyd. who died at Lexington on Satthe Now Year approaches we should urday, were buried hero on Sunday at make new resolutions and determine to 2:.'0 i. M . Bro. Coleman, of the Baplive so as to have no blot on the new tist church, olllclating. His mother page, of tho groat book of life, Htoii and sister have tho deepest sympathies of the entire community in their bewhich our deeds aro to be recorded. Invitations are out for the marriage reavement. The Hustonville & Rolling Fork Telof Miss LUzlo. daughter of tho late In Lincoln ephone Co. hnve completed their lino Garrett Elkln, and Garrard counties, to Mr. Wiley Lee to Bradford&vllle, at winch place they Morgan, of Knoxvllle, Tonn. The connect with the Lebanon line. We marriage will take place In a church at are now connected with Lebanon, Lou isville and all the large olties. This Louisville on Ian. 12th. Tho rusldcnts of Campbell struct company will run u Hue Horn Powurs have petitioned tho board of council to to Liberty In the near future. W. S. Huffman left for Cincinnati abate tho nuisance of on that street on court days. Prompt this week in quest of a job. Ed Hopuctlon should be taken in this matter, per, tho gonial secretary of tho Luton-la- , is spending the holidays here at us the language and conduct of those who eongroguto there ts too IndUcruct home. W. R. Cubblns, of Memphis, is and immoral to bo eoun and heard by spending holiday week in our city. He has been attending medical college In those, or any other families. Lancaster Lodge, No. 101, A. V. A A. Chicago for n year or two and some are to tho oiled that he thinking M., held their annual election on Mon day nlirlit whon the following olliccrs very curiously of adding "Elocution" were eloctel: Louis Laudrmu, W. M.: to his adopted profession (?) provided. a. W.: W. B. Mason, J. W.; At the annual meeting of Huston-vill- i J. Lodge. No. 1S4, F. & A. M.,' the R. Klnnaird, secy.; David Ross, Treas.: G. S. Greonloaf, S. D.: Joseph Has.nl-do- following olllcor.t were elected to serve J, D.: M. E. t'rowitt, S. A-- T.. and tho ensuing year: F. B. Twldwell, W. V. B. Bradshaw and Alex BUhop M.; E. D. Kennedy, S. W.; Claude Prultt, J. V.: L. B. Adams, Sec; G. Stewards. An attempt Is being made to organ- M. Givens, S. I).; J. P. Goode, S. ,fc T. ize a company of militia here, and, if At their regular communication on the move proves to bo a success, it Is next Saturday evening they will confer thought that Mr. G. B. Swlnebroad will tho Pact Master degree, to which all be ducted captain. It would bo emi- Past Masters are courteously Invited. Miss Pearl Rose received 2X1 votes nently appropriate to name tho company In honor of some of our noble dead, and tho elegant manicure set donated such in Owfloy, Letcher, MeKco or by C. W. Adams. Mies Mary tarpon-to- r wns a close second for the prize and Robertson. If tho turnpikes are not tho boys would Ukoly get a I am informed but for the efforts of a purchased gentleman olerk soliciting votes for at once. The llse.il court met on Wednesday Miss Pearl, Miss Mary would hare won to consider the proipecU of purchai-l- g easily; but everything goes iu elections tho other turnpikes. They bought now. MUm Pearl highly appreciate Buon VImu uud Cuno Run road, f. the honor and extends thuuks to the tho miles, ul 7M)ftmiBuena yiata & High interested public. Bridge road, M miles, ul 1500, and the The Christmas tree at the Christian Poor Rldgo road, fl miles, at WOO. The church was u success in every particuThursday, to lar. There were over 300 people prescourt meet again glvo the owners of th other &5 miles ent and nearly ftOO present distributed, another opportunity to accept the many of which were eleguut und highprices offered. Th lease will cxplru ly appreciated by the fortunate recipFriday night and If tho deal is not ients. However thoro wore "others," Biado, and tho gates ure replaced, more who failed to sco the fun that the audience did when some of their present trouble will surely follow. Senator Farrls has gone to Frink-for- i wero called. A So tin horu to such a to arrange for the legislative ulege. noted fox hunter as Emmett McCor-muc- k was a howling hit and completeHo favors the passage of many Important bills and 1 believe thai he will ly convulsed tho multitude. Everybody tho leut bit inclined to succeed in doing much good for tho Ho favors a general lovo tho royal sport turned out MonCommonwealth. registration law, a better enforcing of day evening with about 25 of tho best the laws on equalizing freight rates, dogs to attend tho annual holiday fox a number of changes in the election chase. In less than i of mile from the laws, and an Improvement in tho com- city limits on the farm of F. M. Vow-erothey jumped a red, white-facemon school laws, especially in tho man-no- r of iippolndng teachers, so that dent that us a runner was a winner. that their quulilicutlNUS and not their After circling tho farms toward More-lanho crossed by Turncrsvllle to popularity, will be considered. ami back a number of times, On Sunday morning at 5 o'clock, Mrs. Elizabeth Hudson, the widow of passing within our town limits and at Morgan Hudson, who passed away less no time out of hearing. After running than a year ago, died ,at tho homo of from C I. M. until after daylight next her son, B. V. Hudson, In tho "Gtli morning, ho took a holo within a few year of her age. Appropriate funeral yards of where ho was started, makiug ttrvlces wore conducted by Elder a continuous run of fully 12 hours Georgo Gowen at tho Christian church with about half tho dogs in full run at on Monday at 2 o'clock, after which the finish. iho body waa laid to rest In Lancaster Cemetery. Tho high repute In which FARM AND TRADE. she was hold was ovlnced by tho large J. C. Hays sold at Lancaster Monday crowd pf relatives und friends, which of ro 14 calves at $10.50. catno out to pay the last tribute E. T. Pence sold to T. B. Walker, of poet to ono of Garrard county's most ladles. She waa a sincere Garrard, 22 calves at $21. estimable Christian, a devoted mother, a popular Tho good brood mare, Shlpmato, sold neighbor and, belnfc possessed of tho prlvatoly at Lexington for $5,000. o Dan Holman sold to Price Brds., of highest and best traits of puro and womanhood, thoso who mourn over Gurrurd, 15 yearling cattle at 3Jc. with an her depurturo may lookwhen body abidW. R. Cook, of Lancaster, sold to and to tbe tlmo ing faith d cattle at spirit shall be united In a glorified, Monto Fox 28 13. J IJ-o- a For croup, asthma, bronchitis, or vhooping cough, there is no remedy bo sure and safe as Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. From the first dose ks healing influence is manifest. The sufferer who has been kept awako by the cough falls into a restful Dr. Ayer's Cherry sleep, and avakes strong and refreshed. is acknowledged to be a specific for all pulmonary Pectoral complaints. Physicians praise and prescribe it. ' It is now put up in half size bottles at half price, 50c. "One of my children had croup. One night I wa3 startled by the child's hard breathing, and on going to it found it strangling. It had nearly ceased to breath. Having a part of a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in the house, I gave the child three do?es at short intervals, and anxiously From the moment the Pectoral was given the child's waited results. breathing grew easier, nnd in a short time it was deeping quietly and Ayir's Cherry breathing naturally. The child is alive and well Pectoral saved lt3 life." C. J. Wooldbige, Worthen, Texa3. to-la- Ayer's cuerri PctimL ! JelTer-sonvlll- e, j BUSINESS CHANGE I will sell on 30 ' ' m G. C. Thompson, d of Bourbon wdl-know- n horse-jockeyin- g re-lor- ts Jo-up- h, n, county, ut 4ic, and Jack Hulsc ulso sold been married to a society woman of 50 1. cattle to him at 4.10. that place. James Thompson sold to Moses Kahn James B. Haggin, the wealthy New 32 export at 4.15. York turfman, and Miss Pearl Voor- A good crowd attended court nt Lan- - hies, of Versailles, were married yes- caster Monday anil there were proba- - ' terday at Versailles, bly 150 cattle on the market. Few were On the 23th. Thomas Peacock, who sold publicly, but a considerable nuin- - lacks one year of his majority, and Miss her changed hands privately. The best Annie McDanlel, only 15, were married price was paid for a small bunch of at tho St. Asaph by Judge W. L. whidi brought 35c. Butcher son. Both are from Mt. Salem. btufT wus slow at 2 to 2Jc. A number David Cleaver, of Lebanon, and Mrs. of calves brought all tho way from S. E. Oarrithors, of Boylo county, were $10 50 to 321. married Tuesday. The bride has been umrricu lour nines una the groom thi ee. They will live at Perry ville. RELIGIOUS. George W. Bassee, who came all the Charles Ewiug Green, L. L. D.. pres- way from Iowa to marry Miss Susan ident of the board of trustees of Prince- Gad berry, of Adair, went home withton Theological Seminary, died sud- out her. He began to celebrate tho denly. event too foon and got drunk. Then Thu American Bible Society expend, she wouldn't have him. ed last year in foreign lands $102,292.32 Miss Julia Etta Chambers, the "belle and distributed 7t7,52S volumes of th of Waco," was married to II. B. Dun Bible. can, a prosperous farmer of Speedwell has nccepted Twice before, but unsuccessfully, Elder Joseph had a cull to the Christian church at Tulla-hom- .Miss Chambers prepared for marriage Tumi., and will move there with She now believes in the adage, "Third his wife Feb. 1. time the charm." nev. v imam .M.irnui, v. u one oi , T R Shawley, one of the cleverest tne most prominent ministers in me, brakeman on the L. & N., was married ivunuiUKy uaptisi enure- -, uieu iu i.uu- - nr Rowluil Frliliu-tMl-- T.ll ""' sville, aged 81 years. Her, a pretty young lady of 16. They Charles M. Charnlcy has been indict- - will make their homo at Boston, after ... a,i- - nnnl t .11 ,..,,. r oa ui nL i nicugo lor eiuucmuig cu.t.uvu, onin..iB,. u i. ., from the Presbyterian Board of Aid for . moro. 300-poun- ville, Ala., on the. day he was to have 1.300-poun- d Daw-stee- rs i days, or monthlv. to people who are not only re sponsible but who WILL COME IN on the FIRST DAY of each month and pay up in full. This course has simply been FORCED UPON ME in the following way: I have been selling on long time and of course had to sell higher than those who sold for cash. And of course my friends and customers would go where they could buy So here's good will, the best goods and Rock Bottom Pricheapest ces to every body. Now watch the lur fly. Bring your MONEY with you and buy poods cheaper than you ever saw them If you want a pair of Shoes, Boots, Hat, Overcoat. Dress, Cloak, Suit oi Clothes, any kind of Groceries, Carpet or Matting or any thing found s in a store, come and sec me before you bvy. Please bear in mind that my goods are not trashy, auction stuff, but clean, fresh goods. first-clas- Spot I IN HUSTONVILLE. have made my resolve to Sell Goods for JAMES FRYE, HUSTONVILLE. Holiday Goods at Your Own Price, Having bad a good trade during Christmas I have only which I will clo'O out a few a. of tlieiO goods left, n Regardless of Cost As I u,ii I wihh to get rid of next ClirlstmaH. Colleges and Academies. A j , jb to-da- y, no-bi- county, Mrs. Lucy Beazley, of Lincoln county, and Mrs. Waller Chonault, of Fort Scott, Kansas. eternal and Incorruptible existence. It oaly remains to continue In the paths In which she led tho way. Deceased leaves four children, all of whom stand high in their respective homes B. F. Hudson, cashier Citizen's National Bank, this city, H. A. Hudson, of Boyle correspondent writes that after 14 er, of Middlesboro, were married this months of very successful preaching at j week. Mr. Sterrett is in charge of tho 1 B. B. AdoniB has charge of the Drug Department. lie is an experienced Pleasant Point, Rev. Ira Partin is ' Middlesboro University, and Miss Pharmacii--J. t and makes a speciiility of compounding physician' prescriptions. acaln unanimously called. Waynes- - j Rhorer is tho duughter of Judge M. H. burg church also called him. Rhorer, a prominent lawyer of that Rev. R. B. Mahony asks us to again ; place. Reuben Lane, of Barnsborough, Pa. remind the jwople of tho East End that tho handcome new church nt Prcach-erevlll- o crippled and 03, hobbled 597 miles In will be dedicated next Sunday. 30 days to Topeka, Kansas, to wed Mrs. Have the Cheapest Lino of widow, Besides Dr. Boyett, who will preach Eliza Ann Parker, a and then she would uot have him. He dithe dedicatory keruion, other noted vines will be present. Services will be will sue for breach of promise. They became engaged through a matrimonheld und Saturday albO. Rev. M. II. Houston, D. D., has with ial agency. drawn from the Presbyterian ministry, y During the year which closes declining to appeal from the action of following five men and race horsa Presbytery in dlsclpllng him for teach the In thocltv. won $204,000: ing sanctiUcation. It is just another have earned or the pugilist, has to his credsuch case as that of Rev. Ben Helm it, $G5.000;.Tod Sloan, tho jockcy,$50,-000- ; and it is singular that they should Michael, the bicyclist, $30,000; have been missionaries In China to- Ball, 13. the bicyclist, 615,000; Rusle. the gether. Ckaii OllCHAKD. Regular semi- base ball player, $5,500 and tho great monthly services at tho Baptist church race horse Humburg, $33,500. John Holmes killed John Smith with Sunday at 11 A. M., Sunduy school at 10, at which time the school will bo re- n pick handle In a mining camp near organized for tho Now Year. On Sat- PIneville. They had been drinking er - -yc25!rT urday at 10 a. M. tho monthly meeting together, but were fighting because it will convene for business. The mem- was alleged that Smith was trying to I am now prepared to make all kind of PIcturo Frames to order from tho Cheapest to the Most Expensive. All work done I'lotnptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Also carry bership In full Is earnestly solicited to huvc Holmes discharged. Col. A. A. Powell, a Texas drummer, tho Largest aud Moit Complete- line of be present. Is tho tallest man in tho U. S. He Elder J. T. Sharrard preached his Wall Paper. Window Shades, Paints, Oils, Warfarewell sermon Sunday at the Chris- measures 7 feet 6 inches, is thin like ms hes Brushes Z Window Glass tian church and tho way he scored cer- the characteristic Texan, but weighs was a caution. Mr. 27o pounds. It takes two ordinary beds I11 Central Kentucky. Handsome lino of Tine PICTURES for tho Holidays. Call and see tain of his members Sharrard has not been fairly treated. for him to sleep in. Hon. T. D. Oliver, uuthor of the bill Ho is a good man and a good preacher tnakltig the birthday of Jeff Davis a and the best wishes of all tho outsiders No. 300 Main Street, Danville, Ky. will go with him, oven if ho does not holiday in Georgia, Is dead In Atlanta from pneumonia, after falling to go by take that of a faction of his church. the morphine route he had chosen. Prof. Eastham Tarrant, of Liberty, Tho strike of coal miners along tho who knew him In his youth in Alabama, line of tho Cincinnati Southern rail- ss contributes a very Interesting article way In Kentucky and Tennessee, which to tho Louisville Commercial on Rev. J. has been on since May, has been L. M. Curry, tho distinguished divine PRICES ON COAL. off by the men. of Richmond, Va. Mr. Tarrant knew Tho Russian government will begin "We have 40 cars Coal of all varieties in our him as a soldier, a legislator and a Con- iu the Bpring to build a canal to con It must have been gressman, and thinks yards and are going to sell it during January, nect the Black and Baltic seas. It will tho hand of God thnt changed him to a bo 1,000 miles long and only cost $97,- 1S9S. If you want a bargain give us a trial and preacher. Chynthlana Democrat published ooo,ooov Tho we will furnish you any kind you want at a price Fouutulii Prewitt, who killed Jerry by Mr. Sharrard's brother, Mr. J. M. 4.20. 28 applicants Morris, near Somerset, was captured In er. Only one bargain that will be an Baughman Bros., of Donvllle, bought Allen, says: Thero are for tho pulpit at tho Christian church Casey county, and placed in jail at five butcher cattle at Lancaster Mon- ut Stanford, made vacant oy the reto each customer. aomerset. day at 2ic. signation of Rev. J. T. Sharrard. We By the failute of tho Overman G. A. Swlnobroa'd sold to Dick Gen- understand there wero 28 applicants Wheel Co., at Springfield, Mass., 1,000 for Rev. Mr. Tlnder'H placo at Mays-lic- men are out of employment. try a pa'r of mules for 8170 and to S. Looks like tho shepherds aro G. Ander.Hjn a,pair for W40. Lawrence Tobln, 80, died at Frankmultiplying, or else all want to locato fort. M. S. Ss j. W. Baughman shipped to In tho b'luegrass J. R Sterrett and Miss Mabel Rhor- - Groceries at C. Every Tiling in this line in order to buy an entire new stock Will continue to m!1 too And Yours for Bargains, Rock Drugs, Tollot Articles Bottom Prices. W. ADAMS, Hustonville, Ky. CrVVlQ fiOCKEfl to-du- y Ledgers, m10. to-da- hi h7 Books. Fitz-simmon- s, Prescriptions Filled Night or Day, Phone ll d PICTTOE Fl Ik W d, Me-Kinn- A. E. GIBBONS, 75-2- m i AFTER CHRISMAS dc-tlar- cd 1,352-poun- eye-open- k. i J. Imms H. BAUGHMAN ft CO. I - ittUm i.ifui ZULi STj TTTA?'"iL pjw - . S 'w 'i'-- J7V "' TT j1U n..ul'l.i T$F" 5T - tfFWi"Tp8 yww "!. wf sy;i ! V' nmiiymMi"HM"rl"tH,iiWWi' I niTt ahiiaI rtAMHivri Vi oa tuiilin n n THE INTERIOR JOURNAL MANFOKD. KV.. - DfC 3 1. order that hereafter there shall be no kissing of friends arriving on the steamships until their luggage is Inspected by the custom houso ofllcials. 1897 The reasons given are that it greatly "$ m delays business and in many cases pas sengers are enabled to smuggle contra- The Old Year we mean, not the Bargains at the Old Reliable Business the rails will only have Akteu Iband goods to their friends. People House, one magistrate, one constable and the have been known to transfer valuable r survoyor, who had no democratic oppo diamonds to the mouths of friends unnent, in Lincoln county. That's someder pretense of osculation and thereby thing to be unfetgnedly thankful for Dlngloy bill out of Its 13 swindle the T hi:kb indeed be many men of many per cent. The very thought Is revoltand will cause the old year lo bo pleas minds. The Louisville Dispatch uses ing, especially since tho bill is doing nntly romelnbcred. up two or three columus to ridicule its best anyhow to produce a deficit. The Crab Orchard Masonic Lodge, Ladies' Jackets and Capes make acceptable Xmas Gifts. Don't buy Mr. Wuttcrson's incomparable ChristNo. (530, elected the following otllcers, until you have seen those we have reduced from Slo to 55, from $$ to CHARLESTON, S. C, social circles mas day editorial, whilo the Owenslist of whom is furnished by Mr. G.'W. 53, $4 to $2, &c, Capes we sold at the first o( the season for S5 now boro Messenger aptly says: "The spir hae been having a halcyon and voulf- ony. DcBord: J. D. Pettus, W. M.; L. S. time this Christmas, discussing pervades among There is a tendency it of brotherly love that go at i3, S3 Capes for $2, S2 Capes at Si now. editorial a brotherly the expulsion from ban room 01 .miss to reduce Interest Elder, S. W.; W. J. Edmlston. J. W.j savings banks cry line of the J. B. Gllkerson, Secy ; J. C. Hays, per love that reaches down to tho poor and Charlotte Crane, leading lady of tho from J per cent to 3 or jwsslbly Trens.: Gustavo Golzel, S. & T.; W. A. unfortunate and makes us all feel that Hoyt A Stranger in Now York Compa- - cent. ny, fane went witn an ensign 01 me Fitzslmmons has consented to flgh Beazley, S. D., . and 9D. C. Payne, J. D. the whole world is indeed akin is m most, U. S. Navy, but even that did uot savo McCoy nnd Corbctt if they will proof enough to convince the New Suit. Mr. W. S. Martin, who scepLlc.il thut the mind thnt conceived her. The chapcrones claim that her soraebodv which will put them in his hns been superintendent of this divis- Men and Boys, Fancy Plush, Silk Muffleas in tan, It Is filled with that Innate goodness dress was cut below the danger point class." ion of tho L. it N. for soveral years, broidercd, &c. for men and boysatS2,49 worth S3. 50. that characterized the life of the Man in front, but tho young lady says It was Frank Alsey, of Thompsonvillo, has been transferred to tho Henderson of Gallilee from tho manger to the all done, on account of ihe jealousy of Tenn., is in jail charged with attempt- it St. Louis division to succeed B. F. grand Dixon, who hii9 been let out by tho cross." The Dispatch on the other the daughter of one of the chaperones, ing to rape his nothing but infidelity and who was a wall (lower. Tho war goes daughter. hand sees company. Benjamin F. Stark, formerTuesday 'Mb applications for patents ly of tho North and South Alabama difree love In the production and pro- bravely on and cards are flying thick were made, breaking tho record. L. E. vision, is Mr. Martin's successor hero. ceeds ns usual to excoriate the author. and fast in the newspapers. Hunt, of Somerset, made one for a This continued and continual abuse has We don't often have occasion to com- thermometer. Receive a big cut this week. Think of it Mci's' Rubbers 25c pair. It would per. Kino. Miss Besslo. the become ko chronic that pliment Attorney General Taylor, so at daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. King, Husbands, what would be more highly appreciatea than a Xmas presin the court-hous- e even if Mr. Watterson A water pipe haps continue we quickly embrace the opportunity Shelbyvillc bursted and flooded tho cir- died at Prcachersvlllo Tuesday after- ent lor your wives than .1 nice Dress Pattcnv, while you can buy our should accept the 16 to 1 or bust idea In to say that the people are with him cuit court papers, entirely destroying noon of pneumonia nnd was burled at and glorify Bryan as its greatest aposbox plaid Dress Skirt for 51.4S. Counterhis refusal to be a party to the Crab Orchard Cemetery Wednes- 50c for 25c; an some of them. tle. General Hendricks' grab on the Property worth 8125,000 was destroy- day afternoon, after appropriate servi- panes, hemmed and raady for usej Si, each. Toll-gat- e raiders succeeded in treasury. That worthy wunts a fee of ed by fire at Detroit, Mich. Tho Free ces at the Methodist church at Preach a gate in Fleming county, which 818,000 for conducting a case In courtaf-te- r Printing Company suffered a ersvllle by Rev. Jones. She was a beau' was guarded by fivp Negroes. The sahis retirement from otllce and with- Press 800,000. tiful, Chrlninn girl nnd was very populoss of ble sons of Ham stood their ground held 84,600 of the judgment collected A chemical analysis revealed poison lar in her community. pretty well till the bullets began to fly by him. Such a fee as Hendricks in IHanksts at 50c per pair, Handsome tied fringe towels that sold at the stomach of the fourth wife of too thick and too near when they fled, claims is preposterous and he should Gkaham. Montroso Graham, son of alleged wholesale murder go at 25c each. 'Now Zanoli, the one of them getting a slight wound. lose out by a big majority. tho late Dr. C. (.'. Graham, of this 50c er, of Now York. na-tTun railing tho.n burned the toll- county, ami brother-in-laof i i FAIL-"T- O People arriving at Seattle from tho Two brothers died of alcoholism In a hnnon nn,1 t.hn dlsnatch savs that rrreat Blackburn and Gov. McGotiln, died hours say there Is enough New York hospital within four Indignation is expressed by "the peo- - Klondike region Hock Castle Springs, where ho and sec our line before you buy and come. early in morning to avoid of each other. One was 02 years old near pie'' against tho piko company for put- - food at Dawson City tolastuntil spring; and had lived for years and followed the the rush and sec our store in its best array. 00. the other tln Negroes on guard, tho' their com- - ' that nobody there Is worrying about killed life of a boatman, though he was a plaint does not seem to be well taken. the situation, and that a relief expedi-Isn- 't Granville Hayes shot andwno was graduate of a College and an expert Fntnk L:ikes. a desncratlo, a Ne-r- o engaged In lawful work tlon is unnecessary. The whole scheme t..,.l,ln,r ,ho ..rnwd at Cover Bot-- ' cnumwi,. tie was n hater uiuan .. seems to have v.. .w. ...... , i.m U IU1Y J U1H9 UU, .. I as good as a white man attempting to 'or governmental aid LIU "IIUII .1 IllUUlll'liil torn, Jackson county. do an unlawful act and one which he been a desire to give favorites a job lasslo wou his ntTectlons and bocarno A powder cun containing 30 pounds and make a furthePrald on the money has not the courage to commit In the his wife. exploded at Asheville, N. C, while a A. UUIUNSKY A CO , PnoriuKTona light of day? In other words Isn't a forced from the people by onerous crowd was firing a Christmas saluto The raco for chief of police before anyway as good as a turnpike "Lion. T. P. KANKY. Ma.naoeh. and 30 were Injured. the council is attracting some atton- ru'der' ' THERE is one thing pretty certain Horace G. Burt, Third Vice Presl- - ttiin C .T VoLi1imI. whn ima mml.i n Puri, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, H.inlstown, Lnwrcnceburg, fyuthlnnn, Versalllce, , orthwoatorn, A Swiss nhvslclan has demonstrated about the incoming Legislature. It dent of the Chicago & ffcnwii: Georgetown, Klitnbvthtown, Frankfort, nnd Mnuckport, Ind. old that the stom- - will shut out the blood sucking Ameri has been chosen president of the reor- - w plettBBcl lh pubii(.. u a candidate for by u subject'50 years ach is about as useless as the vermi can Book Company trust and the soon ganized Union Paslfle. W. T. Saunders, who used A pot of grease was overturned In l0 hoW B lmllnr ptwltlon in Crab Or- form appendix. The woman had suf- er it does it the better. The man who fered long from a tumor In hers and introduces the bill and pushes It to pas- Chicago and the tlnest bi Ian hall in ulmrdi ifl llls0 u camlidlltc, Iind so Is 1. when he cut into her he found it so di- sage will send his name echoing down tno worm was ucairujcu, .u uu.wUU " Mjlck u,.Hee, who held the otllce here a seased that he took the entire stomach the corridors of time, with honor and tho restaurant. Loss $200,000. term or lv.o After lliu hrMiu.i Holiday tlio vloii ulll Iw toMimvl It Is proposed to unlto Covington,! out, united the alimentary passages, credit. Stau Routes. Lawyer K. K. WilNewport and nine adjoining towns Into which healed at once, and soon had Senator Dehoe will Introduce a li city of the The new city son, who Is one himself, says there are her up. Since the operation she has bill to create an Eastern Kentucky is to be called South Cincinnati. - Tor full Information more star routers In London than any New pupil at tliwt time will lv rei-- i .m- I Into tin- c gained three pounds and according to o or write for catiilouii w with which Robert Ca- - place in the country. .Of the 0,000 routes cull on or rlto to Mus f.MTi.nv nt thu Colli may be Federal Judicial district, which Is less The cotton appearances Is all right. This WILLIAM SIIKLTON. I'ursiiiKNT wheel to u wagon, rev, who was acting santa claus ut In the U. S. they have 4.000, which they good news Lo those who suffer with needed than a sixth except to provide sinecures for the Stnlthvllle. Md., was enveloped, caught took this year S."00,000 less than last stomach troubles, but useless or not but is already the worst ' year. Hu says that ono London man lire and he was burned to death. few will willingly give up the organ, ev- faithful. This olllcer ridden country in the world and who was sent to has an Income of SIOQOO from his mail Ralph Arubersmith, en If it is really nothing more than a still they cry for more. ihe Ohio penitentiary for life, stubborn- - contracts, while Judge Vincent Bore-l- y food receptacle. refuses to leave prison, notwlth- - ing has made $50,000 clear out of them, A wife Is a pretty expensive luxury POLITICS Mr. WlNon also expressed tho opinion standing he has been pardoned. IlY as everybody who has one knows, but Philip Poston, a deputy sheriff, and that Judge Boroing would be tho next L. L. Petty will be Shelbyville's It was left for a matter of fact English- postmaster. Henry Turner, a Negro, shot each oth- - Congressman from the Uth. man to tell exactly how expensive. The treasury now contains 5100,000,-00- 0 er to death nt Kingstree, S. C. Tho of- -' 3S He and his wife celobrated their golin gold, the largest amount for ma- licer was trying to arrest tho Negro. Royal makca the food pure, day, ny years. den wedding at London the other While smokine Zaek Cameron, of . wholesome and dcllclouj. , when he entertained callers by show-in- g old pensioners in Clark are White county, Tenn., stumbled and fell The 0 was driven that in 50 years ho had lost kicking like steers because Referee on his face. The pipe-stebesides her keep. Being a method- Lansrley had a Negro examining sur- through his neck uud he died In a few Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, .Saddles, llridlcs, ical sorL of un old fool he hud kept an geon appointed hours. at Winchester. ife Buggy Robes, Horse Hlankets, Whips, &c. of a"curato account of every shilling he Senator Teller declared that there President James K. PattaV.-oor spent for her and it will be no currency legislation at this the Kentucky State College, while pre-- ' had ever given R.)o:n Opposite Court-IIou- se Square, Stanford, Ky footed up as above. Wives come high, session of Congress, and predicts a split paring to retire, fell on his crippled ' but it seems that wo must have them. between the administration and the bl- -' leg, badly breaking it betwVen the knee und ankle. metallic senators. The Hon. J. R. Mount, of LaGrange, A Bowling Green paper Is authority Ralph Wintersglll, who had been in who married a Stanford lady, is going for the statement thut Appellate Judge the penitentiary ut Columbus, O., for to introduce some bills whoso enact- GulTy has ceased to allillato with the 20 ycara for the murder of his wife, was ment Into laws is greatly needed. One republican party and will hereafter pardoned by tho governor Christmas i to require all persons to show their support democracy. day. The old mitn is SO. poll tax receipts before they are allow-u- d Under the ruling of Judge Breathitt Pension Corainisioner Evans issued Absolute! Pure to vote. Such a law works well in an order that hereafter a claim convict can murder with in a inTennessee and other States and it crease of pension will not be conside punity until his thirst for human life Is Bhould be In force everywhere. A man ed 12 months of the last action oatiated, without making himself liable within who asserts the right of suffrage ought BAKIkQ rOoDtK CO., ftlw TOOK. to trial and punishment. allowance or rejection. at least to contribute that small quota A mass meeting at Winchester proMiss Maggie Air, whose twin brothto the support of the government, he for embezzling the of er was convicted seeks to control. Push her through tested against the appointment ! postal funds at Newport, and given 18 en-- , , Hampton's man as postmaster and Mr. Mount. months, called on the president and dorsed the course of John W. Langley. PT'Tho Finger of l'ust Experience I'olnts Straight to 1ST Tlinnu No. 2. We regret to observe that Editor W. They also demanded that Hampton re-- plead with him for a pardon. All ierjons linvlng claims upuliiht tlui cx- The celestials ure alarmed at the tnto of K. T. I'lorcv. i.ineriy, ivy., tissii'iieu Havens, of tho Mt. Sterling Senti- - sign as district chairman. comjng eclipse of the sun and think are lierutiy notlllod nnd requested to present ss , Is abouL to quit the nt required )y some irravo danger is imralnen t: Tho their said claim, vorltled iiktiliriittii lit Pim Inu, rt l.n ii at if.i trt a newspaper business, only temporarily NS"WS Briefly Told emperor has Issued u proclamation j mercjui jank of Llbotty. Ky within Ooduyu we hope however. Ho has sold his pa- from thin diito. All iwrsons Indebted to tfiu Sheriff R. A. Blair, of Adair, died commanding prayer and per to Police Judge Bon R. Turner, estate of tald l'lerce will call und hettle at ment. onco with said ansl"iiee at ruld bank; other while Judge Squire Turner will havo of pneumonia. wise HUltrt will lx) filed on all There were 101 business failures In and business management the editorial O. A I'KEWITT, Assignee. claims. Tree Pills. ' Louisville this year. Dec. 24, 1&U7. Liberty, Ky, 0f jtj iHjnd your iddrcsn to 11 K. llucklen A Co., Twenty-liv- e aiidgetafreesiuiplolioxof Dr. King's ew sheriffs havo not yet botLife I'M. A trial will convince you of their meTHE best joke of Ihe season is tho tled with the auditor. iu actlou and are particupill are hick callof Chairman Burnett for a caucus Harrison county let its turnpike re- rit. These In the eiy amiConstipation aod Kiev euro of FOR larly etle live I.lvnr troubles ii,.i,.i,u i.'nr Miluli .of.tfle republican members of the Leg- - pairs at 00c to $1.30 per perch. have been proved invaluable. They are giurauteed ' I desire to bell my farm. one of tho most deleterious to islatureat FranktorJIonday night, Louisville received a total of $S3,- - andbetoirfoetly free from everyThey do notsubstance deslrablo in central Iveu tucky. we.ken purely vegetable. 'There la not a 6Uh"c!ent number of 005.51 for $70,000 worth of city bonds. by their actlou, but by KlvlnB tone to stoinacu ami invigorate the system Kegular bowels Kreatly Containing About 425 Acres, them to demand the ayes and nayes In W. II. The Confederate pensioners In size 25c lier box. Hold by to bo surveyed. I'mutM on u good plkound the body. Things have changed, thank Is In less than 8 miles of It railroads, county God, since the dissolution of Eliza- Mississippi recelvo $17 each this year. The Surprise of All. beats, atanford, Danville mid Lancaster, und A convict in Sing Sing died while beth. Have It put on while tho weather In bad. uud stock farms any firm of Jones A Is one of tho best grain his pardon was on tho way to tho Mr. Jamt Jonen.In of the l)niol Ur. Mug's rew where. Bounded on 'i sides by tho Hunting speaktiiK Son, Giwileii, 111., Fork, good springs, good soil und plenty of Dinoovery. says that last winter tils wife was The withdrawal of South Trimble, prison. timber, about 25 acres sown In wheat und 15 case grew so seri with lot Oilpie.nnd-heds Gro- Tho from tho "raco for tho Wholesale of Franklin, ous that iiliynlcUns at Cowdcn and I'ana could do acres ready broke for corn und all tliu but-f147 her. It seemed to develop Into HnHy unco set In grusn. Only necessary tobohoen Speakership of the House leaves only eery Co., at Indianapolis, failed for nothing l.nfttnimtim .Having Dr. king s New Ulscovery to Xm ,it.8irL.,j. Seu m0 for partlculurn. in tnr. auU M.llliig lots of it. iiv took a Ixittle home J. D. Mocquot, of McCrackon, to con- - $582,000. A. M. FELAND. all she Paris refunded its debt of $00,000 by and tolhexurprlseuflull uou liegan lo get belter Stanford, Ky, test for the honor with J. C. W. Beckdollar uumes curcu from first uose, aliu well. Ur King's New Plscmery f.ir ham, of Nelsbn, who is a dead sure a sale of 4 per cent bonds, which her sound uarauiecu to no Consumption, Congo and Colds winner and he will bo one of the young, brought $104.00. thK good work Try It. Irco trial Ixiltl. v at W. Drug More. McltolK-rts- ' A Cincinnati firm bought $00,000 of H. est speakers ever chosen. Clark county 4 per cent., turnAnd The Public (Jenerully. Eow toLook Good. Headed toy U. S. rrlOOKL, r)0. 38,353. cotton pike bonds at par, Yellow fever and (iood looks are really more than sklu deep I am wry thankful Indued for Ihe liberal entirely on a iiealthy dondltloti of nil the Sonof Klovor's Model, No. 20,710, tho Rroutest breeding hotf llvlnp, nnd HUNDLEy'S combination that the South made a The . Safe Co., vital. organs. ir.i.n ... ..v ininiivu tflll II1VA im , win lutronugo I havo received this year and I CLAUDE, No. 12,691, hou of tho World's Columbian Clmtnploii, Cluiule, No. 11,007. Klno, lie disordered, you a with a branch olllce in Louisville, look; If cjuld hardly stand and business has bilious dyspeptic your stomach kidneys lie nnectisl, ji "ifitM, to receive a I'liiitlnuuiu--, iof It ilnrliiir loppy yunK bours ready for service. A few show gllti old enough to breed, and bred s.owa . mi . our ,, i " look- If have a " mvi.r a specialty, for sale, This stock Is strictly flmWlus In every respect, with "Kleotrlc Hitters" Is a "" J"r "' aro many and large. McKinley's failed for $375,000. con have a pi nched look nun w" "w" '"" pedigrees. Prices reasonable and srUfactlim guaranteed, write your wants or come und i ood lteratlve and Tonic Acts directly on the There were an even 100 drunks be- stoinach. liver and kidneys, ruritles the bloo.1 hh I ntn In need of money just now. promised prosperity proves a phantas. tico my hogs. Jersey Cowb for siOc. They are good ones. Also Matimoth Pekln Duck A few magorla when cotton reaches tho low- fore Judge Thompson ut Louisville, cures pimples, blotches and Imlls, and gives a gond j j OUEEH. Eggs, $1 fresh13. A. E. HUNDLEY, Hot 105, Danville, Ky. w... . .. ' for nillllliexillll. j.icij ...fc fc.....wv. Carriage builder und Blacksmith. ths night after Christmas. est point ever known. H. Mcltoberts' Drug Store. 60 cents per bottle. W. P. WALTON. six: PAGES, The "Big Eight Corner" in Franklin and other proparty to tho value of 817,0iK) was burned. John Martin, a New York City machinist, killed himself because ho feared he would die of consumption. Peter Coleman, who murdered his wife at Old Church some months ago, was hanged at Hanover, C. II., Vn. Martin Echstein was burned to death in his houso at Newport and his wife and nine children painfully Injured. Cnpt. Horace T. Draper, who com. manded the Hartford, Admiral Farra-gut'- s flagship, during the war, is dead. William Dickinson, of Lockport, Ind drank embalming fluid by mistake for whisky and died In great agNew-York Additional Local. . v for coal. Fakm products taken In exchange J. II. Baughraan & Co. It Is said that Gov. Bradley will namo tho postmaster at Lancaster and that W. T. West will bo the man. to-da- Almost Gone The Louisville Store ! y ! ? ev-,ero- us 11 .'5 -- -- .-. WHATTOGVE! ox-bloo- lds, Em-Maclnto- shcs Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Suspen ders, Gloves, Umbrellas, all-w- ool cap-urin- g Good Comforts For 50c. DON'T" ex-S- or CALL t ....t THE LOUISVILLE STORE. ' -- tax-Neg- ro ',,,,,, ... Kmi-nenc- i', Stanford Female College. C -- first-clas- s. On. Ifcvdlorid.a,;., Ta-inuiEir- 3rcU 1898. - - I EEsassasEisasara UODGKCAKinG - 1 U. c. M'CLARY. ' SG0,-75- m Praotical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. n, pOYAt ) I akP POWDER WHEN YOU WANT Ir life-ter- m Prompt, Efficient And Satisfactory ROYAL NOTICE I service:. T. ( 4 4 PENNY'S DRUG STORE. WE HA VE A - self-abus- e- I I I uni-ettlc-d CM-cait- o. 1 I FARM SALE. 1 lop For That Buckboard Of Yours Mcltol-ert- liruij-Bis- t. r Krag-Reynol- J ur B. K. WEAR EN A SOV. n-- TO MY PKTRONS5 High Locust Herd Reg. Poland Ciiinas. to 20-ye- ar flvo-ce- nt Herring-Hall-Marv- irf I -- ..., ..-- -.. A I fail-ure- - I wiiii-iiiiiim- ." I k- -. - in a JsawEiBva "i. ' 'I ' u Cnntloaa Man. "Shall w shoot hlra or hang hlm'i" . asked tho Only 00 per cent of tbo robberioa comThe methodical man of business Stanford, Ky., Dec. 31, 1897 mitted in London lead to a conviction. paused to think. Tbo nvcrngo ago at which women "Let us not be haty," he said, "for tnnrry in civilized couutriea is 28 hurry begets criminal wnste nnd years. W. P. WALTON. The first thing to do is to Tbo cyca of tbo birds that fly by night learn the price of rope ruid compare It aro generally about doablo tbo sizo of with the costof ammunition." Chicago Pot. thoeo of day birds. Accommodation for bicycles bna been .Vntlilnic Swift A hour tier. i I'KU YJCA.K IN ADVANCE addod to tbo uttrtictioiiH of tho theater MIm Gladys You appeared very abruptly tth your errand awhi'.oago. W When not wpIJB3.EO will charged. At Nniuar, in Belgium. Tho crown priucoM of Dautnark and Vou muf nol come so s'lldderUy Into tho queen of Portugal aro tbo two tall- the room when Mr. Sinlthcrsi& spending CCI tho ning with me. est princosBoa in Europe. Bridget Suddentl And Is Itstuldent On nil Britinh paBnaigcr steamers cole 3 EviifrJiS in at the aro nmdo at IMEffil). lections Seamen's Aidtbo Sunday services you call it, and me of an hour? a full for tbo fuud. LEE TODD. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. British detectives and prison warders Tho Winchester Sun asks the reproMlalatrrprrteri. rely chiefly on personal rocognition for p. in Trains tear Htanfurd at 7' 10 a. in. a id duction of the above picture of Lee " I read you ttke a took." he cried. detection of "liubitual" criminals. returning at 4: u p. m anil a:Ql p. m. Ami begged her for he'r hand. Todd, tho Clark County A burning gnu jet is unhealthy in a "It miMt be Drowning'." she replied: KHOXVILLE DIVISION. boy, whom it is booming for page In " You cannot understand." bcxlroom, becoaso ouo gaslight gives oat Town Topics. the next Legislature. I'i 47 tu as tuucb carbouio acid gas on two sleepNo. 24 Trmln gulo North a in " ..... ho. M " ers. " Boutb STnitm.v FKMtMirB. Ho. 23 I2liiu RELIGIOUS THOUGHT. J 11 i m " .... No. 23 ' . A well known society woman of LonFor allll'ulau. don lias an album containing photoGem of Troth, Gleaned From th TeachROMOU TICKCTS KOLP. graphs of all her costumes for tbo past ings of All Denomlnaalocs. HAOOAOK CIIKCKKD TIIIIOUUII. km years. With leva the impassablo is bridged, For anr Information enquire of Tberu aro 820,000 maidservants in tha impossibla dona. All that is done JOE S HICK, Agtoti Loudon that is to Bay, tboy aro nearly Rev. J. Kinsoy comes from lovo. Mankinl. Ky. equal iu number to tho wbolo population Smith, Presbyterian, Louisvillo. of SbcUlcld. FRANKFORT AHOChCINM ATI RY. Mora Nourishment Thau Ilread. A London batter wbo has been obTbo man is mora than his trade. Tho viaokohuktown; servant says that men's beads grow apr, m spirit that is in each man craves other k 2.(10 Lre Somerset, M Ar 12 preciably up to tho timo their owners nourishment than tho bread ho wins. ' Jet. air " II SI a i" SIS aro 00 years old. Oft 4 .VI W. Dona, Presbyterinn, Phil:n Rot. Arr'.onfton, I.t l 30 ' 1)0 30 Frankiort, II M IiiKtauccs of extremo old ngo aro more adelphia. among thoeo who exeroJso to 0 50 common Christianity Derelops Graces. Arr larl n.lly eicrplbunday. themvclves with gardening than in any Christianity is in its highest 6cneo 0 P.liKKCAW.II. PA. other employment. sonl culture. It has assumed tho task of QUEEN Jc CRESCENT. Tbo rate at which tbo Zulus con travstampiug man's spiritual nnturo with el upon emurgeticy is astonishing. Somo tiro imago of God and of developing all Trains Junction City aa follow. tho graces of which tbo sonl is No I South . 1137am No. 2 North.... ,S nt lira will cover as great a dibtunco as 00 miles ' 4 ., II 2 pw " No " Rov. J. M. Cronler, Lutheran, .140 a in in six bouts. Eight miles an boar is an dictionary. Teacher Where's your " No 8 ii ni ordinary puce. ....IIMnm " Kansas City. " No ... Kitm "I" " Tommy? Worldly Laurels. Tiio Chiueeu bavo a kitchen god, Tommy I left her home. which is suppohed to go to tbo Chinese-heaveWhatever worldly laurels you find on call It. her? Teacher Why do Tommy Because dictionaries always your brow tboy will wither. It is Christ at tbo liegiuuiug of each year to s report upon tbo private lifo of tbo that yon tnut Success in lifo God have the last word. under his care. sometimes uses as a lash to tho cross. Grave errors, injustice, wrongs of TliankflulvlnR. Succeftiful 'men nro too often negligent Tho Veteran Volunteer Firemen's When I buy Ulr Mabel roee. greater or less degree, arise from lack of their soals. Rov. Dr. John Robert-soMy dep pratlttulo betclns. of Louisvillo has just received of knowledge of the truth, and more an old leather bucket which was onoo For the unnts tho Klrt JIjoIojoj of Glasgow, Baptist, Philadelphia. Muko me clad he Isn't tnlnn. frequently from deception. Used by Georgo in fighting The Living Wire. lre-s-. Detroit Free v Electricity was always floating in tho The most infamous case on record a tiro in Alexandria, Ky. Tlir Profcor' ."illatnUo. Ono rcawMi why'femulo physicians aro air. Only recently havo wo found a wire -of deception and injustice is the What made Uriunpy w mad when to moko it light our homes nudholpour so plentiful in KutMin is that tho counto demonetize silver as a money try includes amoug its inhabitants over the phrenologist said he had a great work. Jcsca is tho living wire to bring final redemption in the United 12,000 Mohammedans, who do not al- Ioe for lit lie children?" of tho cheer to uh in unbroken was and power of "God. currentsDr. Charles "ileeuuse the lump the profef-roRov. low male physicians to trvat women. States. feeling uus vuiised by a baseball with Tho river Nilo has its rises, but thoeo which a small boy accidentally struck L. Thompson, Presbyterian, Now York. There is 1f learned judge, skilled Tha Need of the World. that do mischief aro not frequent. Durlawyer, or court of justice that is ing tbo litht 1,000 yours thero has been Grumpy. He's been laying for the kid Tho crying need of tho world is more ever since." Detroit Free l'res. capable of reconciling the effort with only ono sudden ripo of tho Nile, that Christliko men. Wo havo knowledgo Hrforiiilnu the World. enough and theology enough, but these the constitutional laws that govern of 1821), when 00,000 people were CaUer I Mipposcd I would find your will not save. Remember, wo aro not drowned. the issue of money in this country. Tho Fvcret polico of is distinct parents at home this time of day. Both Enved by what wo think or "beliovo of The people have been deceived, from tho regular force. Paris members, out, nrcthcy? Christ, but by what wo havo of Christ. Tho Small Boy Yes'm. Mother nln't got officials in power, chosen to adminis- as a rulu, aro unknown to each other, Rov. Dr. Harcourt, Methodist, Philwomen's; and ofteu n secoud dotectivo is 6cut to back yet from the meeting, every after- adelphia. ter justice under the laws, have noon temperance and pap's True Patriotism. imignored their sworn duty, and given watch tbe first employed upou on gtinc to Glnsling's freo lunch saloon As honest aud God fearing men we portant cane. to get his supper. .V V. Weekly. aid to the scheme that has paralyzed mqst learn that truo patriotism begins Tho city of Baltimore, with nearly, a '' Cruel Old Mini. ' at homo, that thoso chapters of unselfish values half of tho total population of tho stato industry, reduced property He Did you tell your father that I service aro tho hardest which aro nearof Maryland, has less than of and beggared millions. would kill myself If I couldn't have est and plainost, and that rigor of conof deleThere is no authority of law, either tbo membership of tbo houso tho mem- you? science puts them first. Rev. Dr. M. gates and about of Woolsoy Stryker. of Hamilton college, . She Yes. specific or by inference, by which bership of tho stato senate. He What did he say? Presbyterian, Now York. is made the only money gold alone In an article on "Consumption In She He said that settled It. You True Greatness. with which to discharge debts, cither Cattlo Couvoyublo to Man" (Nineteenth couldn't hnte mc. Chicago News. It is partial greatness that withdraws Century) Jamoa Long says that "it is public or private. The effort to not improbable that more lives aro anfrom people. Truo greatness moans No Protection. make it so is unconstitutional and a nually last through tbo consumption of ''Let me Insure tour life, Mr. Medder-grass.- " groat sympathies as well as great power. said an agent to an honest farm- Becauso Jesus' greatness was complete national calamity. tubrrculons mllK than woulu bo occaho could live among fishermen as one sioned by war with a first class power." er in Breathitt county. Plain and ample information, facts, who belonged to them in a masterful "What's the use?" replied tne Along Connecticut river, between and truth, concerning this almost sue- - tho city tbo Hartford und Springfield, Dr. Rov. Charlos L. "My brother had his life In- fellowship. of Thompson, Presbyterian, Now York. cessful scheme to corner the wealth Mass.. a distance of about 20 miles, sured, but he just went and died." Courier-JournaIU Own Harvest. of the people, is now being printed thero lies a beautifully frtilo valley, Louisrljle rich in pictnretquo sceuery, whoro in a Each year brings its own now harvest Jobnny'a Ilefornintlon. in the Cincinnati Enquirer, a newsbelt about 20 miles wide is grown "I am pleased to hear, Johnny," said of questions. Truo souls must bring paper which the combined power of of the no called Connecticut to- the visitor, "that you do not read dime their answers. Tho s.tmo brawn that bacco. lifted tho flail to tho crop of 1800 and money has failed to muzzle or buy. novels.'' "Nope." said Johnny. "I knows where mado tho chaff fly shall mako all tho Tbo Loudon parks committee and is only 75c. The Weekly Enquirer technical education board huvo been in- I can git them free fer a dime." N. Y. barn, floor rattlo with tho thrashing of a year. The address is 1H07. ltov. Ut. M. wooisey atryKor or structed by tbo count council to report Journal. Enquirer Company, Cincinnati, O. upou tho practicability of laying out Hamilton College, Presbyterian, New What He Would De. plats of ground iu certain parks iu ouch Mother (holding a stick over her manner as will afford a&sistnnco to son) Now, Sammy, what will BO YEARS' school pupils iu tbo study of practical you be if I don't whip you? EXPERIENCE (Expecting botany. ! the answer "A good boy.") Somo export declares that a 00 mm-utSammy (scliblng) A Mef'dlss minengagement between two big fleets ister. Judge. of tbo modern typo would involvo a THE Dnntferons 1'rnctlcc. cost of over 500,000. And this estimate "Oh, Clareneei'.' exclaimed Mrs. takes into viow only expenditure of am. us her brother entered the house, Trade Marks munition and wear and tear of guns Dcsioks leaving out of consideration damago to "bsby's cut u tooth!" . Copyrights Ac. "Why do you let her play with und lo&s of vessels. Anyone sending a (ketch and description mar bach-eronniokl larmruitii mir nnlnlnn free wbethe r an knives?" nsked the unimpressed Very ancient is tho history of tbo Intention Is probably patentable, Communlca- brother. iinn atrictlr confidential. Handbook on I''tenia patents. poppy. Its namo is eutwiued with'that nt frt. fftdMt airnnpT for aerti rtnar .v.vw I'AtenU Ukon thnusrh 31unn & VVa eniulaa of tho lotuc of Egypt uud tbo thymo of He Cnnibleri. uncial fwtlc. without cbnrse, tn tbe A Straight Democratic Newspaper. EnGreece. It was ouo of tho flowers tho "Marriage Is a lottery," he said. dorsed by the last convention as the ancients dedicated to Venus. The Shir"Do you ever gamble?" she asked, Ollrf ial Organ of Democracy. A handsomely tltnstrated weekly. Largest clr ley poppies in our gardens aro descend- coyly. cnlatlon of anr sclcr.tinn Journal. Terms, U a year i four months, IL Sold brail newsdealer. Thereupon he decided to try the ants of tho wild red poppy of Europe, New York ofteu called tho corn roho, about which game just once and see if he could get a For the Free Coinago of Silver. MUNN & Co.38,BfM For the Chicago Platform. Burns and Tennyson bavo written. prize. Chicago Post. Branch Offlco, CS K HL, Waahlnf ton, U. C For the Democratic Nominees. Tho caribou or reindeer of Newfound-lau- d Not the Word for It. KKKXH300VOOOOOOOOOO For the Interest of the Mbsscs. roams over nn area of somo 26,000 "Henry, Isn't this pumpkin pie I made miles of unbroken wilderness. It is a you n poem? magnificent creature, somo of tho lar "Poem? Josephine. I tell you sol- All tbe Latest Tolcgraphic News. ger stags which havebcen shot having emnly, the editor who would throw that All the Latest State Nows. weighed from 000 to 000 pounds. As In the wnste basket ought to be All the Latest Market Reports. Correct Court Reports. might bo expected, venison is pretty banged." Detroit Free Press. Correct Market Reports. plentiful iu St. John's market and has Successor of the " UnnbHilanW' Told. Reliable News Reports. O'nslitn't been bold for as littlo as 2 penco per The &ao Great Standard Authority, tpo writes I Ion. I). J, Jlrrwrr, Mr: Richun Young man, my daugh- Honest Editorial Policy. pound. J liatlot V. ti. ttuirrui) Court. ter tells me that you kissed her last For fishes to build a nest appear Mtaudard I Cffthe V, S. Ooy'i rrinttna something liko nn anomaly. It is never- night. Neryie Well, if she wants to go 1 Qffloa, me V. ti. HupranM Mr. And The fourt. all tha KUXa Mn. theless a fact, for such a creature exists around bragging- about, that's her privprim Conrta, and or near- in tho south of Hudson bay. Tho Indi- ilege. ttbebetMoltxx. Semi Weekly Interior Journal, ans call it ' tho awadosi, which-mtbo Cem'.mcBded translated as stono porter, from tho habit Both Woman'a Idea of Heaven. (Mate RuptWatealeatt i Sbr School. roHkr" rreal. , of tbo fish in picking up pebbles in its "I wonder what her conception oi ami other EH Ktora Ono Year For Only $2.65. mouth and placing them in a regular Heaven U?" UUQOSI WlUWUt OUBIlMV. "A place where she can always be Invaluableand to I way on a selected spot on tho bottom of In the household, tho bay, where tho water is not very sure of some one to tell her troubles na learner, ecnowr, pro-- , ! Jdeep. irMumai uuin. nuu avu. to." Town Topics. ' educator. V tVuatLU WMV MUMMV 4VUVU v THE BEST FOR PRACTICAL USE. One War. mak one drop of tho famous attar of It la eaay to find tha word wanted. Van Ishe I had an awfiul( lot of A METROPOLITAN NEWSPAPER. It Is uy to ascertain tha pronunciation. roses, tho perfume of tho east. Tbo peotrouble to get rid of that girl. Thoroughly Equipted with It la eaay to traco the growth of a word. ple of Turkey au'd Persia aro fond of eatIt Is tty to learn what a word means. Ten Broke How did you do it? Every Facility lo keen you pink ing preserved rose leaves, and a Tho Raleigh New Observer Bay at Van Ishe Proposed to her. Yellow daily posted upon nil the Our Individual preferencea were formerly for rose with uibout 80 leaves is cultivated Book. events of the world nnottierdicilonanr.buta better acquaintance wttn . the later edition of . Webater (tbe Intrr national! for tho pnrp0'4i in Bulgaria, The leaves, baa lo.i in to rcgirii aa ine moat raiusnie. uml IIott Could SUe. Daily, except Sunday, G months, 3; U ronatdrr It aa the standard oa far aauuy uua carefully soprated from thoso that are dlcUonarr anould be ao aooepted. Ella Did you ever hear anything 1 car $6. Daily, with Sunday, 6 mouths, shriveled or d800'00-- ! aro rolled dainT THE BEST. f; 1 year, $8 man? leVSnedmca ptget tent on application to tily in finely powdered sugar and then good of that course not; Stella Of I'm his wlfe'i G Of C. MEKRIAM CO.. ItiblUhcrv. Addreas, THE DISPATCH, strewed in sirAP. with a few drops of moat npriuanoiu, jaoaa., U.S.A. Intimate friend, Town Topics. lemon juipo addeV- Louisville, Ky. IN A FEW LlMES." THE 1NTER10RJ0URNAL FACTS Farm for Sale Privately. Blue Good farm of 103 Acre. 3 miles West of Stanford on Knob Llok plko and on Kast side of Hanging Fork. Adjoins lands of tho Into Jnrnen A. Harris nnd Isaac Jones. Is In a high state of cultivation. Hns and uucewtrr outbuildings. Fronts on plko and la In best of neighborhood. Address, 83-lU. L. CHOW. McIClnney, Ky. m - Grass Nurseries. FALL, 1897. ''isSrSliB ll.il Wh MM J. T. SUTTQKr, Huston ville, Full stocks of Fruit andOrnamontal Tree Grape Vines, Small Fruits, Asparagus and every thing for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. We have no agents but sell direct to tho planter, saving enormous commissions. Catalogue on application to II. F. HILLENMEYER. 63 Lexlnrton, Ky. Undertaker, Is? oral c Kentucky FIRST NATIONAL BANK rf 0 kay-hol- thrcc-qunrthc- Tit-BU- s. .... 1.1 OF STANFORD, KY. Offers his aerrleea to tbe people of West Lincoln and Casey cuuntles. Full itock of CoBruand Cask- - Capital Stock 9100,000. Sorploi, 115.750 etaalwarion hand. D. 8. Carpenter. Manager, S3 Attention of the public li called to the fact that this la the oolr National Uank In Stanford. Under the proTliIom ot the National Bank Act depositors are secured not only br the capital stock. -- A WOItD TO- but l)j the stockholders' liability for an amount equaltn tbe stock so that depositors of this Institution are secured by fund of I2CO,000. Fire sworn statements o( tbo condition ol tho Bank are made each year to tbe United SUtes GorernmenlandlU Are you Insured ? If not, vrhy not? Thou- assets are examined at stated times by gorernment sands of dwellings and barns good as yours agents, thus securing additional and perfect salet-tdepositors. This Institution originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford In ISM, then reorganised as the National Bank of Stanford in 1865 andagaln reorganised as tbe First National Uank of Stanford In 1882, has had practically an uninterrupted exist. en for 33 years. It la better supplied now wlU. facilities for transacting and libEvery year. Involving tho loss of millions of erally than fcrer before Inbusiness promptlyhonorable Its long and dollars. Why should you expect to escape career. Accounts of lndUlduals, fiduciaries, arms from year to year ? sxd IndUlduals solicited. PROPERTY OWNERS. o Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning Ycur Property May Bum DIRKCTORS. M A a Within a year, within a month, hours. Why should you expose mulation of years of honest loll a single Are, which can destroy hour J Soliciting a share of your C , sitespectfully, patronage K. L. Tanner, McKInney. W. Tribble, the accu- J.U.Colller.Crab Orch'd; M. A.Miller, ML " Vernon. J. to loss by M. U.Elmore, Stanford. It In uu I. S. Hocker, President; J. J. McBoberta CaabJi A. A. McKInney, AxlstantCashlrr. within St J. S. F. Held, Lincoln Co.; S. T. Harris, ' Mocker, ' T.F. Hill? S. II. Baughman, J. W. Hayden, Stanford " orricaas. JESSE D. WEAKEN, General Agent, Joust B. .... Strnford, Ky . Farmers Bank&Trnst Co OF STANFORD, KY. pt Castlkuan. O. Laximii. poa-acsso- d. .ioto Paid up Capital, Surplus, 5200,000 00 17,603 80 u INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. Some Plain Facts. fain-Hie- u B3RBEE 5. CUSTLBMB. Wut-liiugto- MAXAUKKS, Ily prorlslons of its charter, depositors are a fully protected ns are depositors in National Banks, Its shareholders bring held lndlridually liable to the extent of the amountot their stock therein at the var ralue thereof, lu addition to the amount In such shares. It may act as executor, ad mlnljtiator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an lndlriduaL Tendering our thanks to those who bare entrusted their business to us, we trust they will continue to do so, aud we oiler as a guarantee for prompt attention to same our 20 years' experience in banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. Commerce Building, Louisville. Agent Throughout tho outh. pt J. J. DIXXCTORf. r W. A. TRXBBIaB, Local Agent, Williams, ML Vernon; W. II. Cummins, Preachemllle; ,0w8J?)' Sr., &,s. J. II. Owsley, William Ooocli, S. H. Shanks. S. J. Embry, J. F. Cash, J. Lynn, a. W. Carpenter; J. N. Menefee. t. OKflCXRS. Stanford. - - - Kentucky. S. II. Shanks. President; J. 13. Owsley, Cashier; W. M. Bright Teller J. Be HIGGINS, DEALER IN "BIG ROUTE. .The Best Line toand From 4 Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles. TOLEDO ANDDETROIT AH Points In Michigan. CHICAGO. "White City Special." one-hal- f, ouo-ufl- h ouo-niut- h Agricultural Implements, High-Grad- e ST. LOUIS. Arolding the Tunnel Best Terminal Station. Fertilizers and Coal. Offlco on BOSTON. Wagner Sleeping. Cars. Goods Warranted as Represented. NEW YORK. BuBet Parlor Cars, ' 'Malr Street, opposite Elmore's Store, Stanford, Kentucky. ujiupunuieni ing Cars. iin, asner Sleeping Cars, Prltat uegaui uoacne and Din agri-culturis- t. J. L. TOTTEN. Salesman. E. O. McCORMICK, Traffic Mgr Be sure your tickets read via "BIG FOUR " WARREN J. LYNCH Ass. Gen. Pass. A Tkt. A&L CINCINNATI OHIO. l. nino-teiit- 24 HOURS Tho Florida & New Orleans iiimltcd trains of the Queen & Route run through to Jacksonville and New Orleans In 24 hours from Cincinnati These fast trains arc of the finest type, . IqBMMSWrSMSMSTtfT'-llluxuriously fitted, and running on n perfect road-be"Winter Tourist Low round-tritickets THE M.UKQrU33lKCRD on sale throughout tho North. An ek'jjam Hervice of Cafe, Parlor, and Thoroughbred Suroo &SB Observation Cars on these trains. Double daily trnin service hs Crescent , "ra-,1V- ,. four-year-o- d. ld p o SUBSCRIBE NOW fay BOSS, -- Mc-Brid- e, r Tlt-BIt- s. WEEKLY LOUISVILLE DISPATCH. Write for information to W. O. Rinearson, Gcn'l Pass'r Ag't. Cincinnati, O. Send 10 centc for fine Art colored Lithograph of Lookout Mountain and Chicka-maug- a Mr breeders were selected from the best herds of of this famous breed of swine in sereral States A splendid lot of pigs ot different ages for sale. Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Corres- punuencesoucutu Auarexs R. H. BRONATJGH, Crab Orchard, Ky. i"V Scientific American. TO YOU If you owo tho firm of Farris & Hardin ! Webster's International! Dictionary You must Settle Your fleet, at once. We don't like to stio and ask ns an especial favor that you IIt Dor;t Force ts To Sue You. the -- Weekly Dispatch -- Come up and Pay Like a VInn. i : - y MARK HARDIN, - STANFORD. ft - v i The Daily Dispatch ME1 AL ROOFING. FLOORING VJw M l A. C.sm&i L ( STANFORD, YQ.V 7 CEILING, 3 7 rA. SIDING, KY. 11 1 NjSdSg?' FINISHING Farm and Yard Fence. -- r"r ., - . - . . , HEINTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., - 1ec. 31, 1897 E. C. WAltojt, Business Manager. Stockholders' Meeting. Natlonnl Bank of Stanford will lno held at their banking houso tho second Tuesday In January, 180s, for the purpose of electing 11 Directors for the ensuing year. JOHN J. McltORERTS, Cashier. A meeting of the stockholders of tlio First I -- I w-- kiv s irm'jujfsiimim ifYjtvxMKammfltBjMftmJa ut BsBHsHliraBBBBBHBW sssssssssssssssMrBSKsssssssssssssni X "Cultlrate your mind, my boy," mid the elderly gentleman who give advice. "Struggle to develop what Intellect nature may have bestowed on you." "But education doesn't always make people happy." "No. But it enables a lot of them who would otherwise be known ns ill naturcd cranks, to pose as 'cynics." Washington Star. A rnlnir. The Customer I'm tellln ycr, now! Do ties' time ycr try ter choke me I'll come around here an' wring yer neck! The Laundry-mano chokee! The Customer gcv me fourteeti-an'-a-ha- An AdrnntMKF. GEN. R. E. LEE, Soldier, Citizen and ChrUtaln Patriot. et REMOVAL ! to 1 tnke this method of Informing my Lincoln county friends mid tho pul'llu generalGreat new look for the people, Evcry-g- ly that I lift vu moved my Harness Making whero to t.how sample pages nnd up mid Ilepalr Establishment to tlio rooms llruco's Stable- - In Danville, whuro clubs. 5ou uro Invited to cull mid see mo. Come, whether you want to buy or not ExtraordlnaryLlboral Torms Stockholders' Meeting. Farmers Hunk and Trust Co., will bo held at their banking house tho first Wednesday In January, 1893. for tho purpose of electing 11 Directors for tho ensuing year. J. II. OWSLEY, Cashier. A meeting of tho Ie chokec? Yes, Me stockholders of tho yer didl an' I lf Yer collars when 1 Stockholders' Meeting. m A meeting of tho stockholders of the National Rank of Hustonvllle will bo held at their banking house In Hustonvllle the second Tuesday In January, 1M3, bctweenO and 13 a.m., for tho purpose of electing 0 Directors to serve tho ensuing year. J. W. HOOKER, Cashier. DBAFT3 AT THE NEW YORK HORSE SHOW. FOR RENT. will rent to the highest bidder 170 Acres Land to be cultivated in Hemp nnd Corn. A. D. On my premises 1, 189S, STEF.R FEEDi;,G. now a Prime tot of S.'mrt horns Wr I'atteued Tor .ll.trkrt. The three cars of cattle I sold on the Chicago market z.t 05. 1:5, averaging 1,600 poauds, also the three cars I sold the previous week (a little lighter in weight and telling at tho same pricofor the fancy trade) wro the top? cat of u bunch of 200 that 1 bought a yea? ago. Thoy wero grade Shorthorns 3 y "3 old labt spring. Tho latter part of November, 1800, I commeuied to ftcd them it little shoe!; corn in order to get them in good shape to turn into Mnlktields. As soon as they had gathrr-- d the cream of tho stalks which was in about 80 days I gavo them n light feed of snapped corn onco a day until they had gathered all the roughness from tho stalks. I then brought them homo and fed them a light feed of shock coin morning nnd night. They also had plenty of good blue grass and just corn encuph to keep them growing u little. They were fed thin way until tho 1st of April, having tho best of caro ut all times nml never wanting for a good bed or f helter. Tanks always supplied with water aro piped through my feed yards. After tho cattlo go into winter quarters I always givo tho fodder in mangers, and must say I think shock ecru tho best feed that was over fed to a steer. Tho 1st of Aptil I diminished tho shock corn n little and substituted husked corn and sheaf oats. By tho 1st of May, when they were turned on grass, they wero eating a peck of husked corn each per day broken once. They wero fed this amount uutil July 1. Their feed was of a then gradually raised to bushel, and at no timo did they have over that amount, as I liko to have steers eat their feed up clean and keep their nppetito a little sharp. Tho mid-dl- o of July I commenced feeding a pound of cilraeal each per day and gradually increased until I pot them to four pounds. Since I first began feediug theso cattle corn up to tho time they wero shipped thev consumed 75 bushels of corn nnd 250 pounds of oilmeal each. Thy mndo a cnin of about 700 pound siuco tho 10th of last Octol.er. As they wero well bought they mado mo a littlo money. It is impossible to pick up a top bunch cf stem: here any more. I have been bunting "toppers" since tho middle of August and havo looked at lots of britches of cattle, but have not teen a h.:td yet that suited me. Ten years ago I could pick up a couple of hundred head of "toppurs" in three or four days. When it is ton late, farmers will wo thtir mistake in letting the ranchmen crmc in here and tako out. all of tho best built?, Kaving for their use what tho ranchmen would not tako homo as a gift. Wo will from now on for awhile have to look to tho west for our choice feeders. Fred V. Stowe in Breeder's Gazette. one-third Jan. Yowell, Hustonville, Ky. ' 81 Opportunity of Your Life full time and disposing of entire out put at satisfactory prices. The plant should bo Will bo sold uta seen to bo appreciated. bargain. Ill health forces mo to quit tho milling business.. Terms easy. Call on or address, C. 0. VANARSDALE. s, 50 barrel flouring A Mill with Elevator, fine Residence and stock of wheat and corn for sale. Mill running first-clasup-to-d- HANDSOME DRAFTERS. Hustonvllle, Ky. Jones, PLUMBING, TINNING J- - T. & STANFORD, K1Y., Is now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing and Tinning. Solo proprietors of Dean's Black Diamond Hoot 1'aiut. Telcphono No. SO, residence. Shop on Mill St.. oppslto J. II. Baughman & Co.'s Mill 21-- tf FIRE INSURANCE Insurance Company OF BROOKLYN. PHENIX : Caledonian Co., Insurance of Scotland. FOUNDED 1806. R. B. MAHONY, Agt., 6 STANFOISD, KY. 2STOTICZ3 ! All persons desiring Locust PosU for plank fence, post and railing or wire fence can tin J what they wantat my store near Cedar Creek, on the pike I also leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford keep on hand a supply of plank for ftneimj All kinds of lumber forbnlldlng purposes; alto bom ii and shingles. All persons ileslritiK any article of this kind can call on me at my storo near Cedar 'Si Creek. O. W. SINGLKTON The Only Heavy Hortrt Exhibited t th New Tork Show. Tho namo Now York horso show is a misnomer. The right name is New York fashion show. Tho horses are a secondary consideration. They aro only tho peg on which to hang the display of tho clothes, carriages and other belongings of New York fashionnblo millionaires. The horses aro convenient for this pure pose as showing how well Mr. can ride or drive, how gracefully Miss Flapdoodlo can jump over a fence on horseback and how much money Colonel do Boodlo's drag cost. This year, however, probably by way of contrast, tho better to show off their own gilded existence, tho millionaires who run the show departed from their custom and had one siuglo class for heavy horses, premiums for the best and second best draft stallions. Two were exhibited, splendid creatures, as tho picture shows. They were quite as beautiful and admirable in their way as the slim legged little beast that fell and camo within an inch of killing a yonng lady when it was trying to jump a high fenco with her. But they mado no appeal to the admiration of tho average Now York reporter, n man who onco described an Aberdeen-Angu- s bull as a Guonfsey that had been dehorned. No, millionaires and snobs do not ride and drive tho deaf Ahorso.. Tbereforo to the New York alleged journalist tho magnificent Clydesdale and Pcrcheron aro something to sneer at. Hero is tho only rcfeteuco a city nuwspaper mado to tho horses in tho picture: "By waj nf variety two heavy draft stallions wero then called. Those who liko this kind of horso probably saw much to in the muniiTaius of horseflesh." Tho poor little New York rcportorial brain could see no further. Fitz-noodlad-mir- made me eat n hull lot before we started, co I wouldn't make a pig of myself. N. Y. Weeklv. Tlir Knil of Her Hnrtli. "Ilefore we were married." he protested, "you declared tou would go to the end of the earth to make me happy " "es. he replied, coldly. She shuddered. Had he already run through her real estate? Detroit Journal. Algy 1 just complimented Miss upon her looklnc o young, nnd she seemed ofTcnd.e- d- t supposed u omen likeO to be told that they looked Olc-tim- madam." Yonkers Statesman. Timely Warning! Quito Dollrntp. My farm posted mid 1 Intend to prose Mrs. Gabb (hostess) Your little ion each, any and every person caught lloe not nppenr to have much appetite. cute trespassing In nnv wny on my premises. U. C. LYON, Hustonvllle. Mrs. flnbll No. he Is quite delicate. Mrs. Oabl) Can't yon think of anything you would like, my little man? A Word To You. Little Man No'tu. You see. mom I of money by Imndllng It. An elegnnt prospectus, showing the different styles of blading, sumplo pages, mid All material to work with, "will bo Vtiy lie Vn Worried. sent on receipt of 50 cents. Tho magnlll-cle"Do I not detect a trace of brandy gallery of portraits, nlone. In the Is worth doubly tlio money. Wc furin this mince pie. madam?" asked the nish It ut far less than actual of manutramp at the door. facture, nnd ndvlo "Yes, my good man, you do," replied order quickly, Wu would exclusive you to mid get control the good woman: "but don't be of the best territory. Addrcs KOYAL PUIIMSHING CO.. alarmed, there's not enough to intoxiHth nnd Main streets, Klchmond, Vu. cate you." "That's what I am alarmed about, n. Tit-Bi- t. nt pros-pectus find It out till Sunday an couldn't get no oddersl Puck. Unit to Admit It. said the "Just 33 years ago old soldier, "the top of my bend was grazed by a bullet." "There Isn't much grazing now, Is there, grandpa?" was the comment of grandchild .nnd aa the old gentleman rubbed his bare poll, he had to admit the correctness of the nnscr-tlo," wear fifteen-an'-a-hal- f; didn't illustrations, it uenuuiui grand book, and ladles nnd centlemcn enn glvo ull or kny part of their timo to tho mii-pniro .Money enn bo made rapidlv. mid a mtit amount of good done In eircitlutlng one of ino noblest niHtorlcal works published during the pnt quarter of a centurv. Active iigentmtrt! now reap! up ti rich hnrvest. Pome of our best worker! are nolllng over a 100 noon- a week. Mr. A. O. Wllllnms, Jnckon county, Mo. worked four dnys nnd ti Imlf nnd 81 orders. Mo cells tho book to nlmot cvt-rm n ho meet. Dr. J. J. Musou, Mufccogtw county, On., sold 120 copies tho tlrst tlvc days ho canvassed. II. O. SheetH, Pulo Pluto county, Tex., worked it few hours nnd -old 10 copies, mostly morocco binding. J. II. Ilnnnu, Gttxton county, N. C nuide a months' wnges In three dav ciinvnlng for this book. . M. White. Cnlliihiin countv, Tx n is bolllnj; books ut tlio rate of 141 copies week . The work ctntMns blogmphlcnl sketches of ull tho lending Generals, n viwt amount of historical matter, and n lnrgo number of - I. G. ADLFfi, Danville. the If it is Worth Printino tJ " Twice-a-Wee- k Courier dournai Will Print it. twlce-u-woe- And Every lenio'rut. Every Itupubllumi. Every Man. Woman or Child who can read will want to teud It. k Tho Courier Journal Is n Democratic puer. of six or night pages. Issued Wednesday nnd Saturday of nch week . Tlio Vedhfdtt,v Us ue prints nil the Clean News, mid theVaturday luo print Stories. MUcellany. Poetry, tincl all mutter of Intertill lu tfiu home. It Is edited by is n Henry Wntterson. who pe-Cl- ilt cnnrnsnre Niund to rnnke Immense sums PRICK Si.oo a YEAK. Yon get 101 good paper, nf sit or eight pages each, for Jl less than onu cent a pa- JMT. ttnd t'soful premiums arc given Club IlaUers, good-payin- g agents. couiij)ImIous urn allowed t.00 f ctt I Dally Courier-Journa- l, jwr Daily nnd Sunday, 1 year Sunday alone. 1 year.' 00 2.00 TWiCE-A-WEEE- K COURIER-JOURNA- L AM) TH o!w.m? wmi mm, i i l'oth one year FOR ONLY n.seclnl Twlce-n-Wee- $2,50. clubblugnrrnngo-meti- Oct you rShavts and Haircuts at Illnke-m- o re's Hurler Srhop. He the slickest and CO best bar Imt In Cab Orchard, Ky. 1 application All suWrlptlons under Ud olTer mint bo W P. WALTON. Tho crack barber, Is now back at his old sent to Stanford, Kv. stnnd In Mrs. Kg tart's store-rocready to glvo you n shave mid haircut. AH needing work should call on him. Ho Is sure to please you. Crab Orchard, Kv. CJ si ROBERT FISH, flrst-clnss t k Courier Jourwith the nal, mid will send that iper and ours for the price named to all our subcrltars who will renew and pavln advance, or to all new subscribers who will pay In advance. Ham plo copies of Courier-Journsoul free on al Wo have made Qnlte n Difference. SHELBY & SHELBY, ........Proprietor .. WAGES OF SIN A Book OUR RECORD LIVERY.FEED& HALE STABLE for Young and Old. WE CURE NERVOUS young. IJegg.v And so A II on not complimented upon It. Puck. v- - they do, Algy. but Junction City, Ky. Klnt'OaM Ttirnoutf, prompt sttentlon, Trrr rcKnii rate a srtlun ol jour 4troneii IS rrctfulljr ollllcd. tion. l.oml. "The coroner nnd six men sat on him for two hours," read farmer .lonen from the newspaper. "Well," exclaimed Til wife, dropping her knitting. "If he nin't dead by this time, he oner be." Atlanta Constitu- lsl 1878 BLOOD LOUISVILLE' HOTEL Louisville. Ky., AMLR.CAN& EUROPEAN 250,000 DISEASED SKIN& PRIVATE DISEASES MEN CURED o Their I.iMiijpvlty. PJ.AN8. City Man This must be a very The Ladies Ite.Matirant is the llnest in p'.nee. judging from the numhealthy the city. Kvery convenience for ltulies ber of old people I have seen here! Native Healthy? It's so blamed spending the day in the city. Ueullctun's Cafe on otllcu floor. healthy that I guess a good many of 'em will have to be shot on the judgment day. Puck. Tho .Mnrrlril .linn. Ills wife now In a pns.slon files; Ills tone no love awakes. IIi genkft about tho putnpktn-fiir- s Ills mother used to make. Judfie wyM yon Innsl Us naluro ItlHIl mrnln.t whrn Irnernnt f tho Icrrlulo rrimo yon IlidjoitcnlninHdrr wrronoinmlttlnc. thn fKirnling alltmtncnt ef thin ctil hsbltT When too Into to nuld tho trr. rlblo rrtultf, wcto your rye opened to your ixrtUT IMd yon uler tin In man VnilMf? IUUMU 250,000 MAM CURED THOMAS A. MULLICAN. Mtifcic Wipe Out Ilotf Cholera. Manager. Tuesday, Thursday nnd Sunday livening. , Msison Hotel MRS. U. ,D. SIMPSON", Pror . Lancaster, table meet : Kerituck. ss Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd Evcrjtblng trains first-cla- Porters 80 Row Are Your Kidneys? DR. HOBBS SPARA6US KIDNEY j-VMV IIUPU9, M( U PILLS IUTK CCRED TH0CS.5D3 09 the lllood jirB Rheumutlsnt, Aenrnl-ariifey Dluhrtea, ilrop.y, Itncknchr.Troulileo, JTcmale Wcultne, etc. ltludder "I have been suffering with kidney ttouble, pains in my back and loins for several years and after taking one box of your Sparagus Kidney Pills can say I am entirely recovered. I think your Sparairus Kidney Pill Is one of the vSSkl Weak Backs. They cure by heallnir tho Kidneys nnd Purifying: from Urio Acid and other linpuritle. a, greatest kidney remedies of the ajre. and It' VItcs rae great pleasure to recommend it." Will H. Bennett, Prospect, Ky. "The pins you refer to were for Mrs. Margaret Griffin, my wife. Thoy liave cured her, and she has some of the pills left. Wc cannot speak too highly of your Sparagus Kidney Pills." Willis Griffin, Mt. Vernon, Ky. The Hungarian cabinet, through its sccrotary of agriculture, is desirous of giving all pos.iblo support to nn effect-iv- o remedy against hog cholera in order to keep out tho dreaded American competition. It is stated that prized will bo given to those discovering such a method or medicine, nnd it is natural that many privato individuals, scientific societies and health boards aro desirous of gaining both tho prize and tho distinction and aro experimenting privately and under government supervision. At last it seems that a remedy has been found, and experiments aro being carried on under government supervision partly. From what I can hear it is a proveutivo rather than n cure, since tho inventors claim only that they can cure hogs which show tho first symptoms of swine plague, but they must still tako food, eke they seem to be incurable I believo that tho preventive consists iu mixing somo ingredients with tho food, to as to cover tho intestines of tho animals with fat, and prevent germs, bacilli or worms from eating through them, thus destroying tho vitality of tho animal and accelerating its death. In view of tho fact that a great part of tho wealth of the United States consists in tho raising of hogs and tho salo nnd export of tho hog products, tho department of agriculture oujjht to pay the fullest attenticii to these experiments and efforts. ISxubango. Ilrei-din- .it'vr,Mi.r. rni:sr.vriMKNT. No nmijjer Of a Conl Famine Ih-o- Or prices going higher. Wo have trying our best to keep tho liet grudo of coal on hand for we only order from the l'st mines. No mean coal. Woareadvl-.edlli.i- t A Plentiful Supply will now bo forwarded. Full Ilrancli, Wool- - l drldge. Intl. Mt., mid other Jelllco coal. Prices sainii as last Mnon. We will keep you In. Come and seo us. dlwnwiT Vero)iiucuMslT IHiyoiinow nml tlirn foowmio alarming rtnttoinj )ou lnrr In your rn-rYutikiiiw."l.llv.. FATIIKU, MICH HON." If married, are you lltlnjr In dread? ( inarrUpa a failuro with you nn Recount of nny weak-iicsum! liy rurly slutfo or lalrr j mt drutrl with inrrctiryr i lilt lKxklrt will ioliit out to you tlio remit nfjliero . nine anditnint out how our NI.W .MKTUUl) TIlKAT MKNT will corn yau. It rhows ho wthnu laiuli list olccnwedliy oilr XliW TF.I.'ATAillNT, It proei bow wo .enn ULAIU.VTKK TO ClIKU ANY iTUAUbi: C.fi: nit M) Wo trmt nnd rnr KMl&Sin.NS, lnxxI(yintmrtnnyl'KlVATi;nrllIUn lre nt llte lfn tfltlely lV. NOEL 6c SON. f dlicfl'f. & VMtlCOt 11.1:. SVl'lYMfJ. IIM'Ri I'ltKT MtAiNS. t'NNATFU.M. 1HK-- i C1IA1KIL.V, KIUNLV an I llbADIH.I! CURES GUARANTEED TUIUTAUINT. Live Stock Points. T. L SHELTON, KOWI.AM). KV., Farmers and breeders tend more nnd rnoro to tho rearing of winter pigs. A good warm house is necessary, but ouo that will last ten years can bo built for 5 or less, so that need not stand in tho way. Iu theso times the farmer who makes things pay must plan to havo money coming in all tho year rouud from his stock. A sheep raiser who knows his business takes tho following means to get owes to excrciso themselves sufficiently beforo lambing timo: Ho lets tho breeding ewes into a wood pasture in tho morning on pleasant days all winter. Then ho takes a sack of shelled corn on his back and walks quickly about tho pasture, himself, tho eweH tumbling over one another to got cloto to him and follow him. As ho goes ho takes hand-ful- s of tho corn and throws it about hero and thero for tho animals to scramble for and cat. Thoy thus aro made to runabout actively, and tho result is lino and vigorous lambs. Do not feed owes too much whent bran b tore lambing time. Tho despernto quarrel between tho sheep men and tho cattlo men in Colorado and Wyoming seems to havo been settled iu tho only way it could havo been by a division of tho range land between tho two opposing forces. Cattlo and sheep cannot bo pastured upon tho same ground, although theshcop herders had exactly tho same right to raiso mutton upon the public domain that tho cow men had to raiso beef. Sheep eat down pasture to tho last spear of grass and their sharp littlo hoofs trample the ground as though it had been raked over. Tho lot of steers that won tho prlzoof 500 at tho Chicago show wero and thoy averaged 1,500 pounds apieco and wero sold at $5.00 a hundred. Tho prizo was offered by tho commission house of Clay, Robinson & "Tho Wnsi of J?in" rent ftrr l.y m enroling IV utanp. CUJiMJITATIUN Fill 1.. If ucsbla to rsll. nrlta fur ori:T!ON HLA.VK for HOMi: ' Lias Gone Buck into tlmCoal Business. AJf.U3 Tommy (who has just been whipped by his mother) to 1iIk Sister I tell you what it is, the man that marries you will hnve a nice niolher-lu-law- . Ulactter. A IVoitiler. The railroad man a wonder Is, You surely cannot doubt; e For lit? nialitfs out a No mortal can make out. . -- ruck rile-gend- c time-tabl- rfJ.L And will keep constantly on hand the .'III-cFulls Ilrancli mid other best Coals mid ask I lie patronage of tho public. Stanford frlendn who want Coal can leave with J. 11. lllggluo, which will receive prompt atT. h. SIIKIroN. tention o, y 122 J3 Kennedys Kergan W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. m'4 m ii m m i URM. r&assa no. m lifwiit tk : V4Vs ! . H. D. PHILLIPS. !l t Gun and Xoolx Smith, KY. STANFOltn, All kluiUof ru'tlrlrc tprcUlty ui'lioltUrlntf (lore tirttttTjjfttr.ltTJfTJt: THE POPULAR IllUIVI!?"!1 5W bjtiM.ctiou guarBirvd. n retfciu'Mo ruin tbrlTtlTo in i ipwwi.o 3 WUto Hobbs Kvrcs. PARAGUS Kidney Pills. rem i.u,e at Penny's Drug Store, STANFORD KY. fNI Veteran. NASHVILLE, TENN. Two Tho month of December is in the northern states nlmuft universally regarded by eld fashioned farmers as tho timo to couple ewes for spring lambing. If tho ram is imt in earlier, the lambs will come while thero is too long a timo before tho owes can get at grasb. This to a farmer who has roots or tmsilugo need not mako much difference. Both aheep and young lambs will enduro quite sovere weather if kept dry, Those who liavo barn basements couplo owes all through early fall, so as to have lambs dropped in timo to market just after Lent. Tho later lambs should bo marketed just beforo tho Fourth of July, when thero is always u good domand for lamb and green peas. Old Type of Morgan. Unite. A. S. PKJCF, Is. a countess? Father A counters, my boy. Is the Surffcon wife of a count. Doncint, Son (after a Jittle thinking) Then is a (ovcriiess the wife of ugoternor Stauioi'd, Ky. .V. Y. Journal. Storo Ofllteorer JIcRoliert' Charity, Tliy Nnmr iH'AVtiiiutn. llnltdlug. Not Son Papa, what oTtlttlfttjTiJTtjfijyiirtljrttr: Ufsvu -- ; mi i ii i iiiiiifc .i. i Kf : ,t4"irbt!ri Iu thel Owtlry ;W0 A3 Iii !: few Helen I wonder why Kate doesn't mind ner own business. Matt le She hasn't any. Helen Iluslness? ' Mat tie No; mind. Chicago Xews. Drw. w. B. pnsnsr" ; OFKICIAI.I,V KHPKKSKNTS United Confederate Veterans, United Daughters of the Confederacy, The Sons, end oilier Organizations. El .00 2 jr. Samplet i Fcur Two-Ce- Stamp. kc!A- - A. CUNNINGHAM. RunocTioM In Clubs wltl this Pace 6 S. The old typo of Morgan, weighing OdO to 1,100 pounds, compactly built, with quick, nervous action and proud carriage, was a typo peculiarly well fitted for road work and for a gentleman's 'driving. Coupled with his vim and courage, his good sense and good temper mado him a peculiarly safo and Co. pleasant driver. Farmer's Home. .ilUm daughter's gathering nutumn leaies?" "No; it takes her mind off pninting them." Chicago Itecord Didn't Look Well Alone. Oracler-W- hy don't you hnve some style about you, Jnck? Jack Dashing Well, come along Yellow Ttook. Smythe How can a thief, lie distinguished from a kleptonianlac? Hrownc Social stundlngi linn Its Ailvnntnuex. "You don't Kceni to object lo your i l 4 : Ilentist.Ijuca(citrect Offlco on y Ian ford, :! &s j : K at Resident. :4"i"-i'- wwi l rw I P:! vvv f VHAMC O. V. A.. i 2vE2iu31iEl I'oliil of Difference, f Splendid "ilivlt1ual3 Both Fall's and this .C,,rln,a f r. row. Prices reasonable. m0 chargo for crating. r J. K.le H. J,'KcS0BiriX3( gttnford. fl i JK i ZE3IO .rop.. Qfe. ltjtTtJttT X; J. HPfU ai 'ASsAttSMS.SSkl44BWsJMSMsjMSSWi4 E r. H.iiirnv. J. V. A-- lalvUle. 1. 'J. !. tlftltaiiiiniiiiiuiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiip t'kl.ara. J! ' ' ' ! itb W w Ti jf w fc Tl w w "i fFWWWWWVPVjP, jP i'i TI" Vp " TT VVPvPvPvPVPvPi VJp UT W " ! "JLT TT HI4 T i ivi.ii r iTfii' in.. rsu.Aisfcst ill ii i Ml .I"tS&tkmm'. i '' i T TJL - !!!rTrgrTwuy'Jini"'ijH m,.WJpn Mil. S. W. Mknfkb wont to London Wk will close out remnant of our If you owe the firm of Farrls & Harholiday stock at cost. Dunks. din you must settle it at once. Do this yesterday after a deaf mute. Mil. J. A. WltldllT and son Charlio immediately and save yourself both AM back from the city, ready for ' spent a few (lays In Louisville. trouble and expense. Yiilittwiy.i InivnTni. TTnmtltnn fVwt j of Mlllersburg, , , Stanford, Ky., 1kc. 31, 1897 la Miss Lucy Allkn, Woods. LEIIONON. George Farrls, manager) It,s w'11' " deep soiimj of gratitude toitfl who havo Iwfrlcnded mo m patron or otlir-ofth- o visiting tho Misses Tim K. C. nasscnger train leaving Green River Telephone office n,M! tnat ' co,no before l,'u public In this brief acknowledgment for o much of their Miss Sallu: Pope, of Springfield, here at 4::i0 l M., will be discontinued T tells Us that the lino is now con- - uutl consllluratlon. God-t- pn"t your has been an unusually pro4wmtH one to mo und wlillo E.G. Walton, BUSINESS MANAOKi:. ' Is tho guest of Mrs. J. S. Hundley. after Saturday. l P''"11?-thanhe glvor of good and perfect glfts-- for his manifold blessing nected through to Lebanon and tfaati MltS. Dlt. Huuil Kkid went to Lex-- . our Rmit tI(n I ('o sincerely thank him for tho good people among whom I live wo canleoon ,..,..... ...I. i, people in t UP" " Staut In tho new year by paying ,or 10 degree of success I havo attained In business. I have tried to buy goods low and ington yesterday to see her brothct. ; your debts and esDccIally the one you LOU sMllc. CASH PAID for life Insurance poll- bell then right. Tho army of customers who havo made my store their buying place aro mu. .iami:s it. xvxxKuur.y ion yescles. Address W. S. Allen, P. O. Box, tcrday for HopklnsvIUo with his wife. owe at this office. TIIEO. I. can not remember as ouiet bt'i't w,tlies" to H'ul'iUer. wl'llo proprietors of largo manufacturing establishments can 157, Danville, Ky. imp 10 me lormor. i snail eon tin no tnis pcllry until I find something bettor and will ho special or difficult prescription j miss MiNNii: Munday is visiting Dave Guest, a Crab Orchard coon, founc at the same Maud next year where I will bo pleasod to servo you honorably six was lodged In jail In default of $400 days In tho week until tho new year like the old shall havo written Its pages In tho great SVe W'ALTKit Mautin and Dave Rambo ball for shooting Bill Tucker, another ed, and they on tho back streets, voltimn noting ourcountry's prosperity. I go to theclties this week for goods and will bo Christmas evo, and since then a grave able to hhow an Immense lino next Monday that will not only have been lnrnght low but are visiting relatives in Anderson coun- East End coon. PERSONALS. yard calm has pervaded every thing, shall be sold at prices that will lw Interesting to prospective purchasers. Again thanking ty. Stanford Lodge, No. (50, F. & A. M. your patronage nnd you a happy and Eldeii Geo. Klinoman, of Louis- elected J. N. Saunders W. M.; H. J. broken only by the Hop of Wednesday you for mi liberal a share ofyour humble servant,good will, and Mils. B. N. KOLl.Eit went to New night. It Is a great deal bettor so than prosperous new year. I am ville, Is visiting William Severance Darst, S. W.; G. L. Penny, J. W. &, Wednesday. Haven otherwise. Mil. AND MK8. JOB S. RlCE spent and wife. T.: Dr. W. B.Penny, Sec; and T. W. H. Vincent .Mooiib arrived yester Homilton, S. ,t T. Tho deacons have Monday at Richmond. Shot. While celebrating Christmas MltS. IlAltllY GEKlt Is visiting rela- day to lecture at the Methodist church not yet been appointed. In a McKInney barroom, John Lee and last night. mm tives at Lebanon Junction. Josh Brown fell out and Brown shot ! W. II. Unjoins is preparing to build Lee, the ball entering the left side near Rev. R. B. Mahony has rented Mrs. of Somerset, spent Mils. R. G. Hail, e SOxSO feet In the rear of Fannie Dunn's residence on Danville n parents hero. Xmns with her tho nipple and ranging around to the his store-rooand Is tearing down the back. Dr. J. B. Robards tells us that year. To give to your Relatives and Friends. Mil. D. V. Kennedy spent several street for next G. M. Cooi'Eli, of Louisville, has old buildings on the lot. The house ho operated on Lee Wednesday and loNashville. days with his family at Silk Initial Handkerchief, Silk Sofa Pillows, been very ill of pneumonia at his sis- will bo metal front and top and be a cated tho ball, but did not take it out. Silk Umbrellas, Satin Pin Cushions, Fine Linen Towels, Pin Trays, Miss Sue Willie Hale is visiting ter's, Mrs. W. B. Penny. big Improvement to Depot street. He says he never saw a man wlh such Fancy Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs, Ties of all kinds, m Miss Kntherlno Waddell at Somerset. Dlt. E. J. BltOWN was called toBrod-hea- d nerve. Refusing to take chloroform Fancy Suspenders, Fascinators, Embroidered Linens Bishop. Frances Allcan, the Mil. W. B. Weaken has gouc on tho yesterday a few hours nftc lie he lav and let him probe In the wound Jewel Boxes, Whip had returned from Livingston. Sterling Mounted Purses, Baby Socks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. road for tho Wcstfleld, Mass., without hardly lllnchlng. Ho is doing " '' Combs, Bracelets, Co. Miss Isubella Bailey, Fred P. Bishop, of the West End. died well nnd the doctor says he will recov- All Wool Bed Blankets, New Yeaus. Euib. Picture Frames, , Puff Box, William Hamilton spent Christ- assisted by Miss Jennie Warren, will Tuesday of stomach trouble and was er. Brown gave himself up and is in Fancy Scissors Chains, Vnsiline Stand, Stud Buttons, Cuff Buttons, wife's parents at Lexing- receive Now Year's from 0 to l) r. burled in the Hustonvlllc cemetery at jail. mas with hid Dresser Scarf, Hat Brush, Mufllers. 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon after ton. M. , MltS. H. H. DANKS has gone to ALL the new county officers go in Come in And Look at these goods. It will cost you nothing to look and not much to O. W. SliUUAltS, of Lancaster, was services at the grave. It was a bright, Buy. to visit her sister, Mrs. J. M. hero yesterday ret irnlng from Birm- pretty child and tho parents are natu- next Monday nnd all have given oond n over the loss except County Judge J. P. Bailey, who IJruce. ingham, Ala., where he spent the holi- rally almost o.' their little darling. HUD IlOLUEIt.MAN and Mack Wallace days. has to make his before his successor as mm circuit clerk. J. F. Holdam's bondsChristmas day with relatives at Mits. Geo. P. Tauiiman and son, Ned spent When Bro. Barnes was correspond- men for his faithful performance of his Lebanon. Hcalcy, of Newport, arrived WednesC. E. day to visit her mother, Mrs. Fannie ing for this paper, several years ago, duties of circnlt clerk is Hon. M. F. MESSllS. G. B. Cooi'Elt and with pardonable egotism, after North; G. B. Cooper, county clerk, has ho ' Tate killed 50 quail during their hunt Green. a considerable lapse, that he was "real- Dr. Ed Alcorn and T.J. Robinson; Gar. In Owcy. Mil. T. M. Pennington and grandMRS. Dlt. J. M. OWENS, of Somer- son, Philip Goggin Kemp, of Middles-boro- , ly hungry for a Barnes letter himself." land Singleton, county superintendent, public joins in the feelicg has J. N. Menefee, Nathan Singleton set, was thu guest of her sister, Mrs. came down yesterday to 'visit Whether t'o or not wo havo felt hungry ourselves nnd T. D. Newland; Jailer G. W. Dr. L. IJ. Cook. friends. for an INTEKIOH Jouknal all tho week has Otis P. Newland, D. W. Mil. EDWAHD STOVllIt, of Nashville, Mil. BAltNEY Lav and Miss Bottle days with his pretty Woodall, of Boyle, came up Christ- and say right now wo couldn't bo hired and J. W. Alcorn; Gronvllle sicnt heveral to run an hebdomadal publication. Baknr, for assessor, Is backed by W. sweetheart here. mas eve and were married at Rev. J. L MeCarty: Coroner Wm. Landgraf E. W. SMITH, of Columbia, Tenn., T. Sharrard's by him. THE statement in tho INTERIOR lurniyhes J. N. Menefee and John n spent the holidays with his children at E. G. Dick. Gus Mbsdames that tho fiscal court had sent Tiirnhnll: Shni-It- S. M. mvons ii lm. Col. T. P. H ill's. and children were hero yester- Journal ... "...I ..", Tl ,!... ...1.1 Rubber Coats, Mclntoshcs, Trunks nnd "Vnlises. Prices Mini, J.K.Carson, of Kings-vlll- day. Tho ladies donicd tho rcort that mini u v,ui. ,..!. OUS.UJ .l.. u uu .. (QrQ gUU(j0 R Baltilm)re THE wife of guaran- negotiate with him for his pike only company as his security. girl for a a man was there to buy tho C. O. Low. Terms Cash. gave him a after the soldiers wcro withdrawn is Christmas present. Springs property to convert It Into a pronounced by Judge Prowitt as absoHoi'. Though hastily gotten up, the Mu. Peyton Paiiuott and wife, of school. lutely falso. Judge Prewitt also denies hop given by the young gentlemen at days with Lexington, sinint several Mils. W. II. Shanks, of Stanford, Is tho statement that he had Walton's Opera House Wednesday Mrs. Peter Hampton. the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. been applied to for additional guards nignt, was the nicest and most enjoya-an- d F. SMILEY and his handsome T. E. Baldwin. Siio subscribed for tho JOHN refused them just before the sol-- 1 bio in a long time. All of the young joung wife, ol Loufsvlllo. spent sevoral Climax, which will In the not distant dicrs were sent to Boyle. - Advocate. ladles were elegantly attired in even-W- o days with hit mother. future hnvo news about the marriage 0' had It direct from Col. Bosley him- - ing dress and they presented a scene of Parks' anorhcr Richmond beauty to a Stanford Mil. J. IltEWBSTKKKIELD.of solf. who is an honorable man nnd a unusual beauty. The gentlemen were vllle, spent sevoral days with his broth- gallant. Richmond Climax. truthful one. However, wo are glad to on their best behavior and everything M. Wostortlold. er, L. know that Judge Prewitt does not wish passed In a most lovely manner. The W. A. ElM'KUSON und family, of HOME NEWS. to appear as small as tho statement music was by tho Danville orchestra spent a faw days with Mr. and was very jrood. Following are the NOW ready to repair your watch mndo him. and Mrs. W. S.Warren. names of tho ladles who participated: M. DUNUAN, of Danks. COUNTY CLEKK J. The present Usual court met for its Mlsscy Lizzie May Crabb, Eminence; Lancaster, spent Sunday with his sisThanks for your patronage of 107. We pjomlo bettor .orvico than evDuff, Ghisgow; Neppie Wk havo a full stock ol Falls Branch last time Wednesday. A communica Halddee or for ISO. ter. Mrs. K. C. Warren. tion from N. W. Harris A; Co., the Chi Scruggs, Greenville, Miss.: Lucy Leo Baughman .t Co. MltS. L. II. HUBSUNO and children' Coal now. J. H. . cago oroKors, who uougiii mo uonus Allen, Mlllersbug; Annie Evans Bright, H. who spent tho holidays with Mr. J. Don't forgot to havo your picture conditionally was read, in which they Hedgovlllo: Annie Bronaugh Engle-maRout, roturntl to Somorsot Wednes- tnkun at Earp's Gallery when you come declined to take tho bonds now, but West Lincoln: Susan and Bessie day. asked time till a decision in a similar Woods, Anna and Lucile Menefee, Mato town. shvkiianub and litMits. William In Madison county could bo made. ry Bruce, Pearl Burnside, Eva T. C. BALL sold tho Kendall proper-D- . case tle sister. Virginia Pickott, sjMjnt An order was entered to have the bonds Ar- Mary Elkin, Isabella Bailey and Finch- - ty ho bought for I00 to Henry Christmas with their paronts at printed and turnod over to those turn- Mrs. W. A. Trlbble, Stanford. The nold forillio. vllle, Shelby county. pike companies thut had accepted them gentlemen were: Messrs. B. S. RitchMil. J. H. White and wlfo have yrilEIlKwill be a partial oollpso of the as payment of their roads. Old Major There l no hotter evi letice of our appreciation of your support than our ie, Louisville; Louis Crabb, Eminence; moved to thu Haughman house on the moon Jan. 7. beginning at T:1S l. Hays was allowed 2 a month for three Dr efforts to pleaMj you. B anfl Wftdo Kemje( Somerset pike and ho will follow the months. He already gets a pension of McKlnney. Mlko ChrllIniin, Danville; ending at 7:i. lMncss of surveying. $S a month The interior - journal To My Friends & Patrons. vul-hcr- " , I e, 1 I I ' .1 Jacob Hummelstein, McKinney. ware-hous- A Line of Nice Presents m Ellza-bcthto- heart-broke- w. Mo siecANid! Shoes, Heavy Boots, Clothing, Hats, De-Bo- rd Vnn-deve- er Gents Furnishing Goods H. Hof-man- T 1 I e, J. McROBERTS. , Thanks. - n, Lam-mer- s, Larger Stocks, Better Goods, Lower Prices. Two 1' d Lebanon Junction, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. 11. Wearon. JoNhS?nAU(iilMAN and pretty sister, Miss Kntherlno, of Hustonvillo, spent a'portlon of tho Christmas with Mr. and Mrs, M. S. Haughman. TOM Laslbv, who Is living In Costa Rico, sent his mother, Mrs. Annio Las-leund sister, Miss Susie Lasley, $20 oich for Christinas presents. MltS. T D. EwiNO, wlfo of tho K.C. mail messenger, was culled to Devall's Bluff, Ark., Monday, by tho serious ill. ne of her brother, Pat Hronaugh. Mu. William Geeii and wife, of Lebanon Junction, and Mr. andMrs. Vincent Geer hnvo rented nnd moved into tho Pennington house on East Main Street. y, MltS. E. G. Walliih and ohlldrun, including Miss Bessie VnnArsdnll, of For Sale or Rent. Splendid Upright piano. Good condition. M. J Harris, Crab Orchard, Ky. Bank Stock. Harry C. Baughman sold to Dr. H. P.. Bosley, of Danville, throe hhuros of Farmers Bank A: Trust Co. stock at S 103. Gov. Bradley refusud to pardon Frank Ellis, of Junction City, for man slaughter and James Porter, of Madf son, for a liko offense. church, will meet at Mrs. Mattie Withers' at 2 o'clock Friday. A full attendance Is requestto-da- The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pros-bytorl- ed. Splendid weather has prevailed during tho holidnys, MiHlclently cold for nny purpose. It will m bo cloudy ' Richmond, Friday; fair Saturday and colder tospent tho week with Mrs. John B. night. Mershon. Miss Nellie Mershon, who I AM very thanklul to those who is attending school at that place, camo worked so hurd to savo my property with her and spent Chrlstma9 at home. from burning and trust that I may some MISSES ANNIE AND LUCILE MENE- - day reciprocate In soma way. M. D. oa follows fee havo a Jolly house party Eminence; Elmore. Crabb, of Misses Lizzie May Louis ShkklmaN, who started to Haidio DulT, Glasgow; Nopplo Scruggs, Miss., and Messrs. B. S. run an oil wagon, has given up the bus. Greenville, Ritchie, Louisville, and L. C. Crabb, lness to accept a good job with Fred's Dlx Rlycr Mill, which suits hlra bettor, Eminence. Owsley and besides pays him more. Mil. and Miis. E. P. Miss Mattle Hays camo up from Col- SI'Kctaclrs, gold frame, lost while unlis, Go., to spend Christmas with attending the funeral of Mr. B. Cloyd. Mrs. Kit Burnside. Mr. Owsloy had They wero In acaso Inclosed In a prook-c- t seen that his bank would declare 3 per cose. Return and get reward. Mrs. cent dividend before loavlng. Bottle A. Melvln, McKlnney. Rev. J. M. BitUCE, representing tho Biptlst Argus', tho new and 'oxcollont Lebanon Is trying to got tho dispiper recently started at Louisville, patcher's office moved thero and has was hero this week. Ho la meeting sent a committee with a big petition to with great success In this work and IT. General Manager J. G. Motcalfo asking ho proves half as successful In that him toMocate It in that town. Stanford lino as hfs brother, J. L. Bruce, did, ho should dc .something to retain it and an will make a big mark for himself. effort shouRl bo made to that ond at IN writing up the retiring officials, onco. tho Mt. Sterling Sentinel-DemocrChristmas wVw uot entirely a barsays of the gentleman, who married not the Hon. Geo. Mrs. Lizzie McAllster: n. R. Bright ren ideality, for uW reputation an M. Davison shed tht light of his beauhas justly earned u great circuit court clerk and now takes up tiful countenance ujon us? Potomac anutho profession of an attornoy. Ho has River water, both In V8 external and has a hnppy homo and Ib a Internal application, , seem to have married looked as flno happy man. May hucccsk crown his of-- agreed with him and htJ an frnrr'a hair. forts. MltS. LOU MEIiSHON, of at , - J at tho colored Baptist church meeting G- A. MeRobcrts. Rowan Saulley, Jim FlrM. Our January Cluaranco Sale- of All Winter GooR Second. Our Saturday. It seems that some 10 or n Menefee, R. M. Newland, James Sauf- White Gooils Table I.lnen. Hamburg and Laco Sale. In January. : doren members are charged with hav-- , ley, Ja.-l- ho it, Thorns II. Shanks, Geo Wji Larger Lines, Newer Patterns than ever. ing permitted themselves to bo locked Dunn, Bob Bruce. George Ellis, Will'SS in bams on election day by democrats and bam Lmbry, Stanford Ctt and kept under guard till after the polls The only excitement on FlltE. closed. Tho hotter heads wanted to W M'l-'S fmf 'IT'A Vt TC", Vt 71?. P TT CTT Z1 tV. r.-- K VT1 T evidence, Christmas day was caused by tho alarm . T,?. fS .S turn them out without direct lire, when it was soon dibcovcred judge or jury, but Rev. Geo. W. Boil- of by ing advised moderation and Insisted that the old Hughes hou&c, occupied IJ. K. Wearen, was ablaze. It seemed that committees be appointed to inves- to have caught from the top, most of '$$& tigate and report at tho next meeting, Iwhli'h u'a rnnttiimiwl. Innvinir tin. m!i1p Vf). when thero will bo a hot time In the n.,.1 - ln...n.. .,..,.... . ,..,,!!.... r. 'Pl, .!....!it.'..i .inn iuni ciuij iiuiiuiii;. mu mu old church that night. eompany was slow in responding and A Mr. D. did very bad work aftor It got there, j Kbit the Secret Well. L. Young, of Pittsburg, son of J. S. Young, of Highland, surprised his Most of Mr. Wearon's furnituro was re- - J Commencing January 1. 1S9S, wo will mother and father by coming homo moved nnd badly scarred and broken, j U s t Christmas with a wife. They had not He had $4f0 insurance on it nnd S150 on heard of his marriage although It oc- his new piano. M. D. Elmore, vho!b curred at Nashville, Sept. 28th, last owned tho house, had 81,000 insurance Ami adopt the CASH SYSTEM, us nrtlcles comprising tho Druggist's t.tock He was visiting the exposition and so on it in the North America. It is tho aro nld on such a close margin that I can not longer do a credit of waj his sweetheart, Miss Norn E. Nel- oldest building in town nnd the oldest business. son, of East Bernstadt. Ho proposed inhabitant remembers it as the Jack 5 that they unite their destinies then and Hughes property. Tho owner was tho ft thero and tho proposition was accept- father of Lt. John S. Hughes, and tho iu DRUGGIST, STANFORD. KY. SS i ed. Afterwards they returned home, house remained in tho family till r.Stmmm each going their separate ways and bought by E. R. Chenault, who after i keeping their secret till Christmas. wards sold it to its present owner. It Mr. Young Ib a very worthy and excel- had the appearance of an ancient farm lent young mun and his bride Is said to house and was rather an eye soro to bo both lovely and lovable, and hero's thoso who liko to see the town Improvo In apiwaranco. Mr. Elmore will likehoping they may be very happy. ly repair it and let it go, as ho says Ho fellows wear- can get as much rent for it liko it was Some nights ago two OUIt TltlX AUK here. ing Stato guard overcoats und repre- as ho could if ho had a match to Dr. senting themselves as belonging to tho Owsley's across tho way. The adjuster for tho Queen Insurance detachment guarding tho Danville camo hero and after getting their Co., Mr. B. V. Williams, was hero hides full of whisky behaved in a very Wednesday and settled with Mr. 13. K. ungontlomanly manner. Luckily for Wearen on his loss of Saturday, by them Marshal Nowland's euglo eye paying him $2 12.25. He also saw Mr. was not on them or thoy would havo M. D. Elmore, who hau a jwliey in tho Fancy Queenswnre umbumElegant.LInu of served a term In jail. On hearing of Insurunco Co. of North America and as Chas. T. Corn, special adjuster for that company offerthe scandalous behavior, ed him within o0 of tho $474.11), which captain commanding at tho us as follows: I havo been In- Mr. A. C. Sine said after examination, wrote would replace tho roof and other porformed that two men wearing tions of tho house that were damaged. of tho Kentucky State Guards, Anil Coal Vum's, Taney Shovels undTong, Ac. were guilty of bad conduct In your city. Mr. .lesso D. Wearon represents both If such was tho caso I desire to say In of the abovo companies. Mr. Wearen and family have not Come anil see us. Wo buy und sell for CASH tin:! can ufford to make tho. Very LOWEST justice to tho members under my comPRICES. mand, that theso men wero In no way rented yet, but have been living "with whatever connected with this company their son, George B., nnd brother, Geo HIGG1NS & D. Wearen, Bince tho lire. or any company of this regiment. - Thky had a monkev and parrot time Herndon, Harry Robinson, Lancaster . i rj hings Worth Remembering. , s J I I SEVERANCE :lS!ktf JT & SONS. N v&k ! I ! QtUIT KEEPING BOOKS ! to-da- i W-V- y 1 w. issrj2&s -. ifjitm AWT B. MoEOBEBTS. 1 NEW TEAR IS HERE. toll-gat- e, New Candies, Oranges, Nuts, k ' toll-gat- o ovor-coa- ts Stand Lamps, Chandeliers WKINNEY. taifrti; M0t& CfeBn . ..- - ... mi, MtlllJr ": y'u i. ..)r. "M i . ... i ..- - i v.' ;'.' , H i ii yii. ...., "j., J . !) H 1I ""HI'' i' l ,i Hii C ; r K; A GUT IN THE GLOBE t ;v- - ) '.1' e ,: EASY CHANCE TO SftVB MONEY. Look at Our Prices Now in Fine Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats and Shoes. L'WA.'sFrarcKr'XM Fine Lot of Columbia Colored Shirts worth $1 and $1.25 II !' t Jill SU!TS. now 65 cents. OVERCOATS. Good Suits, $ 5 OOE Our $7 50 now - 5 00 7 50 All "Wool Suit, - Good Heavy Sox sold for 10 cents, now 5c. Our Tan and " 10 00 now - - 7 50 - 10 00 Fine Suit, " Black sold for 15c, now 8 12 00 now - - 10 00P Better Suit, $13 and 15 00 l-3- c. SJEill You Know These are Good Bargains. Fine Fedora, $1 00 now 1 50 now 15 00 now and so on. " - - 12 0Q WZK$Km$vm$KZ 'Fine Line of Xcvcr in the history of the Shoe trade have you seen or heard of such a Great Cut. Call and see for yourself. SHOES mkmm$mmmmmmmz$m, m HATS. STIFF HATS. Fine Black and Brown, $1 25 1 50 2 00 2 50 - - $ - 2 00 now rcsi C - jj ou now . m$?mmm&Fmmmmmmi 75 1 00 1 50 l r uu ' rn 3 ftnGftSnlHiHttSBfcflii Catching Novelties, Styles Globe, - - J. L. Fr ohman & Co. The XJx JIEiTCall Silk Mufflers, Imported Neckwear, Wool Mufflers, Something Entirely NEW and See Us and Save Money. MORELflND, VICINITY NEWS. MT. VERNON, terred In tho family burying ground The school children of Kentucky near town. havo been asked to contribute each a penny for the purchase of a library for Hubble, tho battleship Kentucky." Only seven mllos of new railroad was James Sutton, 23. and Miss Lurlnda laid in Kentucky this year, but Anderbon, 19, of this county, wcro marthis immu itiuiana, which only Inld onu- ried at Danville, on tho 23th. Tilford Aloxandor, 21, and Miss Ma- half tnilo. ry S. Klrkpatrick drove to Danville yesterday and had tholr destinies uni ! ted. Ed Minor and family have returned -- aj iVtfddlebiirg, Casey Co. There was a Christinas treo at the school-hous- e Born, Dec. 29th, to the wife of B. P. Snow and cool weather havo made George M. Lyons has been appointed Shewmaker, a girl. Mother and daughChristmas pleasant. The Xmas treo below here Xmas Eve. postmaster at Valley View, Madison was lovely. There wa less liquor drank by our ter doing splendidly, but an extra man county. populace this Xinas than in many a is required at the depot while Bert of1 te a. party or young people attended Since Nov. 15, Jeptha Brltton, rocks the cradle. year. 091 quail and Miss Ella May Saunders' reception lat Rev. Maxwell, of Somerset, assisted Harrodsburg, has killed Casey democrats are for Judge R. J. evening. by Rev. Selby, the resident pa6tor, is 801 rabbits. Breckinridge for attorney general. The Elder Forrer preached a most eloGrant Moore shot and mortally judge has many republican friends in conducting a warm sauctlflcatiou reviv- wounded George Klnley In a drunken quent and effective at the close al at the Methodist church here. The of his ministry here. Ho has goe to this county. row at Pittsburg. The winter term of J. W. I. will com- timber has been to thoroughly overWhile hunting near Somerset Chus. Florida for his health. mence Monday. Prof. W. T. Ford hauled In previous meetings that we Collins' gun was accidentally exploded, Messrs. John and Lusk Jones have from Louisville. Georiro Wood U in thinks the outlook flattering for a good fear the converts will not be rery nu- blowing out his brain. uiou:u up com mines on their farm merous. attendance. 1898, jTcnnciboe buying slop cattle. Eubanks, John Smith killed John Holmes with Pino Hill. ThU is excellent coal and Misses Minnie and Maud Lewis, of William McClure, merchant and J lot cimtklnlnjr 3 acrrt. with wo bespeak success for these enterpris- iiuDuio and Kankln left for Atlanta One hou-- e u pick handle during the progress of a ay-postmaster at Humphrey, received a Tuscola, 111., twin sisters of Mrs. Thoe. difficulty near Piueviile. with their mules Thursday morning. mock. " 'ou. rn for lx hend of ing young men. crib, and Hay McClure, of Qwoy, Is vIhIiIdk his n ncMry outbull.hW broken leg one night last week by hii Smiley, are spending the holidays here. Messrs. J. W. Nesbltt and C. A. e good at Leaf, Garrard counThe Mr. Adam W. Carpenter left last week cLlflrn and two hydrant... AIo57 Acn sister, Mrs. J. A. Hammonds. horse tJtumbllng and falling on him. Morrison spent Christmas at home. James of Lanil aUjolnjti abore h0u, ty, will bo discontinued after .ml lot and A social was giron by Mr. and Mrs. for Kankakee, 111., where he goes in Mail will be sent to Paint Lick. Miss Ida May Adams Is home from Blackerby has moved To B. B. King's, Mm laud M. Iiruc... with a toitucco barn that will hol.l ... Kood.'. n.. near aiorciand. Wm.Thomaa Xmas night. Jason Wes- quest of breeding cattle of the Polled Sister Indiana Pllklngton, tho oldest Danville. Misses Florello Brown and bacco on It TbU U good, producllvo utiUml ley has returned from the Capital City. Durham species. Mr. Carpenter has member of the Society of Shakers at Bessie Miller ar visiting Mls fi Sallla ctn K0 , Tho Charleston, S. C, News and Hiid Is all tllablo. Th, V. R. Coleman, of Somerset, camin some as tine specimens of the above Pleasant Hill, died, aged 92 years. Cook at Cove. WraMolan.l for Courier vaye that In that State thoav-erag- o small fruit 0r rlnjraid and Mrawborrl,. named cattle at his farm near here as for the holidays. It Is now practically settled that nil George Cook, wife and daughter, of number of homcidej during 10 '.ST1 mrkI, r,Kl't hi bnud. or will Babe Wall, aged lrt, and Arthur can bo found In the United States. Mr. tho turnpike in Mercer county will be Livingston, wore guestn of Judgo Lair years up to 1803 was 140 per annum, bring to barrels of corn or 20 buihoU Edward" Pipes, of Brumfleld, is spendwheut tho aero, and I. Jui outside- thV Short, 20, became engaged in a difficuing the holidays with his brother, Dr. freed January 3 by lease or purchase. msi week. .Miss Borda Martin visited wnuo tho Increase In 18V0 has been towu limit pf3 Stanford. lty at Yosemlte late- Saturday evening driving In a saloon fight at Manchester, in friends at London. great enough to bring tho number up Will aUo lull goodVeai oldhorv, tand-ar- d fared. Sto and Wall stabbed Short twice in the M. L. Pipes. m.ro bv Clay county. Will Buudy, James Phil A serious accident occurred at Pino to MO, or ouo to each 5,000 persons. MttmbrlnoStartlo.3yiun.old: A friend hands us the following item: half Nor. back, inflicting two painful, but to be ,lrnfl,,orsw: nd work "J. D. Daiton is now through pork pot and Bob Gregory are sdld to have Hill Friday afternoon. Three children 1 ho 115,000 pipe organ ut tho Great '""" 2 Ally colt, br hoped not fatal, wounds. iiiaroi of Logan Owens placed a lighted tapor . wv., . -, onorinorn cow: fay packing and Ib out on a big fishing been killed. uiniuru uuiei at uuicago burned a Another old landmark; Mr. Add Jery helfcw. 4 of Tho Advocate says A. E. Gibbons In a can of gunpowder. An explosion just after it had finished nluyluir. prado fared Tonis, died at his homo near Phil, of spree. As he is an expert fisherman them to It.'Kihtred Jery faU: t i.0. T: . .. ....-. w look for him to brine in a good fish sold his handsome residence on Lex- lowoweci. Killing one Instantly and in- "Tim-ni- ii n iw. .. uuu .1- - m mo oiu u InmUJhlna thoau; 20 Herkuhlro nhoataj 3 unic old uge. Ho was in 80. The other-waturning plows! S mowing mnclilnn: ington street to John Stout for S(5,000 juring tho others. town Mr. David Humphrey, who tuccumbed soon." What our friend is driving at rako: Krulu drill, harm..,, tool,, Ac. hay The young people havo had soveral Frank McDanlels jumped 21 feet and no doubt is that J. D. is matrimonially and that Mr. and Mm. Gibbons will Triiiw-- oii at his homo pear here on the night of land. X ImlaufoOand delightful parties. Judge Williams oven Inches on skates at Minneapolis IS months t, 0 ,H.r cash. Interest fro cent. the 24th, after a lingering illness of inclined. Junction City suckers are board. diito of nftlo and a fleu retained on tho land Churles M. Beddow, aged 37, of Dan and sister, Mrs. Cleo Brown, began tho and broke tho world's record by three Other property sums Mr. Humphrey was said to bo a very game fish when hookconsumption. under 10 ca,h: over 63 years of age, a Christian above ed and ho had better keep his weather ville, a brakeman on tho Southern scries baturday evening. On Monday lect. Jhut umount n credit of 120 dnynoti about ... II ...... . tint... John Duff Green, a brother of Thom- dnto. , lwnrl,i h ,.., t.L.,,1. interest from reproach) even his enemies, if he had oye open for 'squalls" as they general- Road, in passing from one car to evening the Misses Thompson enterII. J. DAUST. the other, fell and broke bis back, as tained, Tuesday Miss Ray Jones and as M. Green, of Danvillu, died at St. any, could 6&y naught against him. His ly follow a successful catch. Wednesday Miss lllbeo Williams. Prof. Louis. Ti kT We are reliably informed that a suit his train was nearlng Erlangcr. remains were Interred at the Green c. e will be entered by Mr. J. C. Neal at at London was burg- Edgar Albright also entertained TuesThe River church burying ground Sunday j r after a very appropriate funeral dis- the next term of circuit court for pos- larized and about 81,500 In money and day ovening. & rMrs. Nesbitt's school will open on course by his beloved pastor, Elder J. session of the plat of ground upon which stamps was taken. The job had evi dently been done by experts, as the next Monday. Miss Ellen Butnor vis Is located the school-hous- e of Dlst. No. Q. Montgomery. safe was cracked in the neatest style ited friends hero this weok. J. S. Rep-peCupid seems to have been doing his 45, known ns Petersburg school-housspent Christmas "in town. Miss As there was some misunderstanding imaginable. work in this section the past week. Alphonsu9 Sapp shot and instantly Green, of Stanford, is tho guest of Mrs. 10 precincts missing in regard to certain money said to have With nine out of and fatally wound- M. C. Miller. Mr. Maco Miller, of Ausu. wo could chronicle half a dozeu marri- been paid to the lato Mr. Perry Land, killed Joe iSmi W C ed a Mios Watklns, who was trying to tin, Texas, is visitiug M. J. Miller. ages and more to follow. Wo could not Mr. Neal thinks he has sufficient txlvo our friend Mr. Perry Wesley jus- grounds for a suit for its recovery. Wo make peace between them, in Marion Miss Kato Frazure, of Pittsburg, visitare of the opinion that he had better county. The trouble was over the wo- ed hero Xmas. Miss Ida Tyree visittice in our last, as it was "writ" ed Miss Rosa Gentry recently. Mrs. it caine off. Mr. Wesley and Investigate thoroughly before filing his man. Sapp escaped. Will Sraljh entertained a number of The R. N., I. fc B. has been Miss Julia Rlffe, of Lincoln county, suit, as the district will defend their with a capital of 82,000,000, friends most elegantly Wednesday. were married at the home of the .bride title to the bitter end. mm under the name of tho Louisville & Mrs. Dick WclsK is quite ill. near Hustonyllle on Wednesday of last The Coliseum building SBKWSiKEESSBSSESg uu at Chicago, soutneastern riauroau. it win be exThe sudden summons of Mrs. Jonas week. Rev. T. H. Coleman officiated. In which W. The groom is a dentist of this placo for president,J. Bryan was nominated tended in tho spring. Gov. McCrearv McKenzio from her earthlv labor nn' was destroyed by fire. is one of tho incorporators. Friday last cast a gloom over the whole A CIFT WORTH SHOWING and has a host of friends, who wish One person was burned up and 18 inPiro In the Bennett block at Rich- community. Sho had gone to Joseph him good luck and congratulate him on jured. Tho building was long used for mond destroyed the offico of tho Price Infirmary at Stanford for treat to relatives and friends, If you wrfo fortu-numaking such a choice. The bride is a a enough to receive ouo. la rfna of our manufacturers' exhibitlou, and 100 caused Perry & Thomas a loss ment, nut tno insidious disease o daughter of Mr. George Rlffe, a had ..r,nt?, "nf " wltuy the Unique i exhibits were contained therein. The of $3,500 and W. G. White & Co. $500. gained such a hold upon und Artistic Designs farmor of Lincoln. The happy building her system Smyrnn, Dagheatan, uud Iticloolorinirs of Anatolia, Bokarah pair have our heartiest congratula- large as cost $230,000 and was twice as Building, one of tho finest in the city, that further medical aid was useless. tho Icm expensive ones la Mandsorao Japauor tho Madison Square Garden owned by Bank Director James Ben" She was a daughter of H. H. use. u not, pioaso yountif tions. building of New York. It had a floor nett. His loss will be $10,000, fully in- leaves fivo sons without Bakerand prices wo are aiklog. Jr wnn one at me a mother's Miss Belle Castleman Carroll, who of seven acres, Including tho ground sured. Claudo Lyter, an employe of fond caro. Sho had been a faithful was to snend the holidays atRnr. Tlmrl-- ! and gallery floors, was 770 feet long by the Water &; Light Company, y while loy'e, fell and broke her hip in St. Lou- 300 wide, and contained 2,500,000 lbs. heroically fighting tho flames, fell member of tho Baptist church for ma- Kentucky. ny years. Elder Pike preached tho is as sho was about to start, and will be of steel, 1,200,000 feet of lumber and roof and sustained a broken funeral discourse at tho Baptistchurch Branch Store anfl Uudettaklng Outfit from the at laid up for six months. bricks. leg. Saturday, when the remains were In- nustfonvllle, Ky. PUBLIC SALE it Tuesday, Jan. mil, moko-hoiurual-hou.e, post-offic- UJO-bHr-- to-da- y. ... - T 1 I,, s -- i.. ii ' 1 to-nig- 1 1 1. ...-- 1 a?. post-offic- . .' - "3 v h. h e. rt Mat-pie- s t It hBl be-o- re Pan-tagrap- h, te well-to-d- hi 3a fe f? rO CD lai s3 ,' i 5s 5 ; 1 I M Stanford. "" "' !.. l''J:nkj!iiinw ' ' ' "- - " . r- .1 i..n r 17 i if ttm ill I fY. .. - . - '