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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898010401 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 1898 $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. '!. pyy JH SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY JANUARY 4. 1898 NO. 87 t '4 f ' . ' , ) j" tf.tf hot pursuit: but soon realizing that the chase was hopoless ho returned and retired and was soon in tho ombraco of Morpheus again. Directly he was re-aroused by u commotion among the dishori of a cupboard standing in the hall. Hut by tho time ho could got to the scene of tho noise tho burglar hud disappeared, taking with him a ham of meat. Thin was tho only booty ho secured. Thinking that another visit might be mado Dick hunted up his gun, mado a flro and sat by It tho rest of tho night, but had no further Intrusion. No tangible clow can bo hud as to tho Identity of tho robber. A cero citizen and tain of tho town is known to have had meat for breakfast tho next morning. But tho lack of corroboratlvo ovldcnco saves him from prosecution. All jokes g business asldo. This becoming entirely too common hero is and t Is to bo hoped that at tho next occurronco of tho kind a gun may bo at hand und used uffeotivoly dn tho visitor. Dr. James Wesley's houso was same night and a quuntlty of of food carried out to tho barn and eat-oxt AN INSATIAULK DRAGON. One of the bast Journalistic job of the year just closing was done on Monday of tlilrt week by the New York Sun. which employed moat of its first two pages to a caroful. thorough' and convincing arraignment of tho scandalous ojndltion of our nutlonul pension Never was work more timely or more needed. Our pension system Is the Insatiable dragon that swallows the whole of our customs revenue and then looks around for mora. It is the father and mother of our recent panics, of our business depressions and of tho of our National finance. It is T. D. NBWLAND. the Kugln that corrupts government Tho roilrln tthcrltT, hai boon In ollleo morals, and tempts Into liold fraud and consecutively nearly 20 yj!iiri. lie was erjury otherwise respectable citizens. for first olccted jailer and Tho ahci-ltthree wrong, whole system is fundamentally another term. Ho wiw and Is now so barnacled over tcriUH and deputy a form or two, mak-Inwith added abuses that its original lo yearn that ho hud ollleo by eloe-tlo- n by the jieople. In every capacity crimes ugulun the people seem virtuous by comparison. Tho old he hiiN been capable and painstaking idea of the pension list has sunk and proved thu wlfdotn of thoo whoso completely out of sight, buried beneath votert placed him In oillce. Ho retire with the good will and respect of every tho vast mass of Impudent and un found ed claims of sharks, dummies and coldbody. blooded swindlers. The pension bureau Is now no more than a big trough Liberty. through which a vast drove of greedy Row J. Q. Montgomery expects to pigs guzzlo the contents Of tho Federal move Into bin new house the lat of Treasury. Not that there are no lion-oand deserving pensioners. There thU week. MIm Pearl Meadow, who ban been are such to the number of many thouteaching in lluoll, has returned and sands, whoso claims are not merely lawful but just, and whote rights and will live with hur nUtor. Mrs. V. welfaro it should be and would be tho Mlm Alice Caboll, of HiiHtonvlllu, Ifi nation's pleasure as well as duty lo vlttltliiir horntotor. ,Mrn. V. U. Stagg. safeguard. Hut they are a pitiful miMUh Dollle McFurland, of Kendall. I nority, and the whole thing needs an immediate and vigorous cleaning out. vUitlng Mm. V. M. Lestor. It is unworthy of a nation making The Exchange Hotul changed hands Mai lobe rt it taking pretensions to common sense to nllow Dr. O. II. Jan. full control of thu houso and 15. T. this scandal to continue through anothIMerce moving Into hi rohidotice on er session of Congress. If our legislatho South tlde of public Mpiare. V. tors will cuuo for a time to search for D. Slngg, as heretofore, will do bul-ncn- d now exeusos for appropriation and fresh objects of taxation and devote their enIn the Napier Hotel. during W. II. McLuro. of Mt. Olivet, who tire attention to putting an end to the pension abomination, they will etreet had hit lug broken b a horeo falling something practical for tho people und with him on CtnintmiiH day, was moved make for themselves a groat name in to hU homo Urn Wednesday. Ho had American Congro-slonhistory. Dry gone to visit Iil dying brothor-ln-law- , Goods Economist. Mr. David Humphrey, and bit hoio fell with him just bufore ho reached James G. Ulaiiie estimated the numtho house. ber of Individuals who actually served over u week "the youth In llfeV during the war to be !!,0(S:i,3Ul. Of green uprlng" has boon having a gay these were killed In battle or time In thin town. Every evening bus died of diseases or of unknown cause, brought about a party at tho home of leaving a toul of 1,7.10,0:11 survivors. Bomo fair girl, and the probjoot now In Robert I'. I'orter, tho commissioner of that the fun wont let up until every census in 1810, directed an enumeragirl In town Inn entertained at loud tion of the survivors of tho war and of one evening. the surviving widows. The enumeraHarry Hulne and MUs Molllc Dormi-d- y tion showed that there wero approxiworo married In the parlors of the mately 1,031,073 soldiers surviving and Kxchango Hotel Wednesday, Hcv. J. H fi, ;tU7 widows. Q. Montgomery performing tho cereHero is a little table compiled from mony. They left next morning for the pension rolls that may be studied . Danville, where they exoct to with profit: Mr. Unlni Is a on of Judgo Rains, of Actual survivors of tho war. . . . 727,122 thin county, but has been In Danville "Survivors" drawing pensions. 733,527 for some time. Survivorsdcmanding pensions. 187,500 Richard Glboney last Wodnocday Widows drawing pensions 213,352 night at about 1 o'clock was rudely Widows demanding pensions. . . 101.03S aroused from dream? of love and vis- Pensioners demanding increase 2.V,849 ions of beauty by tho presence of a bur- Total rebellion pensioners lM7,52d glar in his room. Tho door had been Total survivors or widows getleft unlocked and the intruder had on- -' ting or demandlmr pensions. 1,13'.),317 tored through it, and when llrst seen In this table the lino. "Pensioners was making n careful examination of demanding increase," will be noted. of tho wnll where Mr. Glbonoy usually There aro 255,8-1- pensioners drawing hangs hb clothes on retiring. Realiz- millions upon millions a year from the ing that ho was nlready burglarized government, who do not think that they and In ft fnir way to bo murdered Rich- aro getting enough and who demand ard rose up and begun to raise sand. more. In the pension business tho cry Ho first reached for his gun but It had Is always "More more more !" The been moved to another room tho day record of thu pension bureau is u rebefore. This was very unlucky and ex- cord of constantly Increasing expendionco Another Richard asperating. tures and constantly Increasing rolls. when in battle suddenly found hlint-elLook those figures since 1SMI: unhorsed and cried, "My Kingdom for ISS3 at 303.05S a Horee !" When the hero of this sud- 1SS4 322.750 ho made denly found himself 13 3 5 , 25 n remark fully as energetic but scarcel&Jll 305.7S3 ly as suitable for print. However It 18S7 400,007 tho burglar to lllght, who served to put 183$ 452,557 rushed out tho door and fell over tho 1SS9 4b0,725 fence; but recovering IiIh feet pulled up 1S00 537,011 the pike toward Mlddleburg. Dick, un- 1801 . 070,100 daunted by tho darkness, followed In I s. CRAB ORCHARD. Curtis Fgbert atd several other boys are busy rehearsing for their minstrel performance to be gi ven Saturduy evening next. They hope to have a crowd. IIIIIIIIIfllVf9i9IKffllfffll LillJLA4UUL4LmJULJUULJUUJLJUUUULJLAJUI us ed unset-tleme- ut The colored folks got ahead of the white in the way of a public Christmas tree and a marriage during tho week of festivities here. Morgan Adums and MIsi Margaret Duford were married a few envlngs ago. There was a wurpiiso purty at Mr. J. K. Carson's pleasant country homo Saturduy night. Tho host and hostess, Mc-Allst- er For Croup, JOS. u. IMXTON", jr roll-of-hon- st lt. l'-'.'-S ul .'WI.-'W- re.-dde- . Mr. Tom and Miss Bessie Carson served nice refreshments aud all hud a good time. Pretty Miss Lucy Pennington had a number of her frieuds enjoy a eandv party lastTuesday night at her homo in the country. Misses Grace Tudor and Halllo Edmlston entertained in royal stylo Thursday night; ices, fruits and cako were served to about 50 young people. Miss Eva Ste-gkept oncu house New Year's day. Miss Steger makes u swell little hostess und made all her friends have a royal time. Her parlor was beautifully decorated with mistletoe, myrtle and lovely hollies. Punch and cakes wore served. Dr. W. S. Beazley and wife brought their cute little baby over from Lancaster to see their grandma and grandpa. Rev. John Anderson, of Tennessee, was on a visit to his mother last week, also Rovs. Jack and Scott Anderson, who attend the Baptist College at Georgetown. Dr. G. W. Bronaugh, wife and Miss Minnie Munday spent the holidays with R. H. Bronaugh's family. Harry Collier from Georgetown College, Wade Perkins from Lexington A. M. College, Dr. Henry Pet-tuof Louisville College, Jim M. Bronaugh from the Dental College of Cincinnati, and Prank P. Hofmnnu. of Indianapolis, and Misses Annie Bronaugh, of the Stanford Female College, Annie May Stevens, of Lexington and Captola Slaughter, of Midway, were here on their holiday vacation. Miss Slaughter came to attend the bedside of her mother, who was quite ill for several dajs last week. Shu is reported better at this writing. Miss Lockie Dllilon, of Brownsville, Tumi., and Dr. Wm. Morris Myers, of the Dental College of Cincinnati, did not come home and tlieir friends missed them greatly. Mrs. John A. Huldcmuu and pretty children, of Louisville, nre guests of Mrs. June Buchanan. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Singleton have moved to their aunt's home on Lancaster street and Dr. Pettus into J. F. Cummins' little cottage on Stanford street und T. J. Culton Into Mrs. Jane Buchanun's property. Young Parker Anderson has been made superintendent of the Baptist Sunday school. He is oright und worthy nnd his friends think It has been worthily bestowed. He is a chip of tho old block. His father was and his four brothers are Baptist ministers. Mr. Henley MeClure nnd pretty wife, of McKtnney, arc with the homo folks this week. Will Hansford of Manchester, is with friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. Edmislon nnd their bachelor uncle, George Holmes, arc on a visit lo a charming young widow In Louisville. Miss Lizzie Gormley has returned from a professional visit to Stanford. Henley Bustln Is over from Lexington. Master Fred Newland and pretty littlo cr asthma, bronchitis, or whooping cough, there h no remedy V?'8ure and safe as Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. From the first dose its healing influence is manifest. The sufferer who has been kept awake by the cough falls into a rostfcil Dr. Ayer's Cherry sleep, and awakes strong and refreshed. Pectoral is acknowledged to be a specific for all pulmonary complaints. Physicians praise and prescribe it. It is now put up in half size bottles at half price, 50c "Ono of my children had croup. Ono night I was startled by the child's hard breathing, and on going to It found it strangling. It had nearly ceased to breath, flaring a part of a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in the house, I gave tho child three doses at short intervals, and anxfoushj Prom tho moment the Pectoral was gjven tho child's waited results. bieathing grew easier, and in a short time it was sleeping Quietly and Ayers Cherry breathing naturally. The child is alive and well y. Pectoral saved its life." C. J. Wooldrige, TVorthen, Texas. After two terms as county attorney, during which he was always faithful to the tru9t imposed in him. and did his duty with u conscientious regard of his obligations to the people, gave away yesterday to his successor, Hon. Har voy Helm, of whom we hope to write as approvingly four years hence. Mr. Paxton was attorney of Stanford lor two or three terms and made an excellent one. f m c: Ayers Cherry Pectoral. CfyUQ Ledger MflTlMONIflL. M. E. Collins, 21, and Miss Elizabeth Martin, 15, both of this county, were married yesterday. J. H. Hull, of Bolivur, Mo., and Miss Flora Linke, of Humansville, same State, were married over a telephone line between the two points. Rev. Samue P. Guernsey and wife of Dayton, O., who have been living together for 43 years, want a divorce because they can't get alone happily. There were 1,234 marriage licenses Issued by the clerk of the JelTorson county court last year. Jetfersonvllle, lud.. had 1,093 marriages during the year. Dr. J. P. Settle, a prominent physician of Kingston, and Mls.s Llllie Moody, the daughter of Jeffer- jiQCKKfi Have the Cheaptst- - Lino of i Memo. And Day Books, In tlio cltv. s. Prescriptions Filled Night or Day. Phone 13. son Moody, eloped to married. Jelllcoand were pjpular. Somerset Paragon. xJj Miss Barbia Amis, daughter of n Amis, of Flat Lick, and Mr. G. 'y M. Asher, of Wasioto, Bell county, were married last week. Mr. Asher is a son of T. J. Asher, the lumber king ifir ir.' of the mountains. Miss Amis' father M is one of the most prosperous farmers "iS i i Wil-kerso- Miss Virginia L. L. Broaddus, o ' "?ssfijA!t5?r3r- Rich Hill, Mo., who visited Miss Sue I Rortubouta year ago, was married the am now proparud to tnako all kinds ot Picture Frames to order from tho Cheapest to Uono Promptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Also carry last week to C. F. Jackson, a young the Mo.t Expensive. All work line of Largest and Most Complete luwyer, of her city. Miss Charleye Louise Whentley, who Oils, Uar-nish- es Window with her sister. Miss Flora, visited tho Z? Misses Alcorn here, is to be married to James Reed Curry, of Harrodsburg, at In CcDtral Kentucky. Handsome line of Fine PICTURES for the Holidays. Call and see Americus, Ga., Jan. 12. Gov. Powers, of Maine, recently told how, when he was a young justice of No. aoC Main Street, Danville, Ky. tho peace, he married u couple,- later secured them a divorce, married the mun to another woman, secured them a divorce and later remarried the original couple. Frank L. Brinkley aud Miss Mamie PHICES ON COAL. Pinnell, two popular young people of this city, were married lust Tuesday "We have 4.0 cars Coal of all varieties in our uvenlng, by tho Rev. Mr. Borutn. The yards and are going to sell it during groom is a bright young business mun, and tho bride is haudsome, lovable and !;& 1S9S. vou want a bargain give us a trial and PICTU TT5) Tl iilLJU FEMES Wall Paper. Shades, Paints, Window Glass Brushes A. B. GIBBONS, 75-2- m - vniSSOSSiiSSSt:! AFTER CHRISTMAS If January, ljl ,l we will furnish you any kind you want at a price er. Only one bargain that will be an to each customer. eye-open- J. H. BAUGHMAIM & CO. H. 8. BMPLEY, of that comity. Diamond P. Bentley, who a few yours ugo became famous in the world of let-- 1 ters as Woodford's "poet laureate," I ' ! ! Anna, his sister, entertained their young friends during Xmas week. f VICINITY NEWS. Editor Charles W. Kellogg, of the London Kentueklan, is rejoicing over the advent of a son. Mrs. C. W. Woodbury, wife of tho president of the Mingo Coal Mines ut Mlddlesboro, is dead. 1 1 well-know- n well-to-d- house-breakin- n. The Somerset Reporter says that throe of T. M. Thatcher's children arc down wltn typold fever. 1892 870.00S Somerset Is to hnvo another improvTho Stanford Ixtekiok JOUKN'al. 1S03 000,012 ementa woolen mill which will give last week had tho account of Mahala 7 t) iO, 5 4 1801 employment to a number of people. Mullins becoming the mother of quaCastcel is tho name of a new druplets In tho religious couimn. This 1890 070,078 established In Laurel, two miles may bo religion down in 1897 tho Blue 970,014 from Altamont. J. A. Casteel is post- Grass, but among old Cumberland's Tho actual estimated cost of tho pen master. peaks wo uro higher up In theology, as sion system tho coming year, exclusive Tho friends of Mayor T. R. Griilln, of well as in location, and have an altoof any now schemes that Congress may Somerset, presented him with a hand, bo Induced to ndopt, is S141,203,SS0. some silver service at tho expiration of gether different creed. Mlddlesboro Herald. Like in tho caso of Mahala Cotnpuro that item with the cost of tho his term. mistakes will happen in family news-- 1 standing armies of tho Old World last Ilex Price, of Somerset, was wound- papers as well as in tho best regulated year. Hero aro tho figures: ed in tho arm by a bullet from a car- families. Groat BrlUiln $87,408,944 tridge which his littlo brother throw Germany Dun's trade review says: "Failures 110,187,020 in tho fii o. France 118,291,430 On account of financial troubles, G. for JS97 have been smaller than in any Italy 51,778,010 A. C. Hutchinson a prominent citizen other year sitico 1892, in mimber smalRussia . 170,842,600 of Nlcholasvllle, deserted his family ler than in any year except In 1895, and Austrln 07,2Sfl,255 and left for parts unknown. in averago liabilities per failure smalPensions in United States. . .141,203,880 O. H. Waddle, of Somerset, is presi- ler thau in any other year during the Russia alono of all tho great coun- dent of tho Klondike and Alaska Gold last 23 except four. Tho aggregate of tries of tho world pays nioro for her Mining Co. with a capital of 81,000,000. all failures, commercial and banking, lmmcnso standing army than the Unit- It will fit out an cxpidition to the gold was 8180,000,000, of whieh $25,800,000 was in banking." Bradstreet's puts the ed States pay in pensions. Tho United fields March 1. States pay more moro than Eriglaud It is reported that "Glass Eyed" number of failures in tho United States and Italy combined. Wo pay $30,000,-00- 0 Charley Henderson, tho noted fakir, during tho year at 13,099, a decreaso of moro thau Germany, with her fin- who worked Dr. Burko, of Boyle, and 2,000, or 13 per cent from 1890. Kid McCoy, the pugilist, is now an est standing army In tho world and got a term In tho penltuutlary for it, is moro than Franco, with her dead at New Orleans, whero ho was in actor aud is playing in Cincinnati this week. most extra vngant flandlng army. the hospital. X)St-ollleo ugain distinguished himself last Mon- day at Lawronocburg by being married to Miss Molllc MoKinley. of Mercer county, while seated in a surrey in the middle of the streetdurlng a drenching rain, says the Jessamine Journal. A contemporary gravely announces' as a sequel to an accidental death: "He was married and leaves a widow.". There is nothing at all strange in this. Had the man been single and left a widow tho ease would have been a remarkable one. Or if he hud taken his widow along with him, instead of leaving her, the story would certainly have been worth a "scare head." ; HIE MERGflANT -- TAILOR i Is Receiving his- - FALL AMD (ioods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. WINTER GOODS. ME1 AL ROOFING. FLOORING sK&J xSKreaax SIDING, A.C.smEJ ceiling, STANFORD, KY: wr finishing Farm i sundi Yard Fence. j TO YOU! If you owe the '. firr of Farris & Hardin You must SBttlB'Your fleet, at Wo Once. i don't like to sue and asx as au especial favor that you Dott Force Cow e Lfs To Sue You ' up and Pay Like a Man. $22,-000,0- 00 MARK HARDIN, - STANFCiRD. iiwii'F'nftyflito1 T1JsiPWlfl,,'l', ''' W'Mjp(pvww-l'- M MTHWU ' W3pajpB-,f- y ijiiypyy-j- i 4 I 'HE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Kv., - Jan 4- - '3q8 W. P. WALTON. almost entirely of those who have been spoken of as organized fools and Idiots, incapable of self and therefore without the capacity to make wholesome laws for the government of the people. Judging them by those we know, the members are above the avcrago of Intelligence and they can easily disprove the direIs composed gov-emine- nt The Legislature which meets to-da- y e I i lighted by electricity. The Kentucky Stock Farm celebrated Christmas by Issuing a ImniloouiG edition in colors and changing ItsnaiLO to tho American Stock Farm. E. H. O'Danlol nnd Thomas Wnyeo sold to A. E. Hundley, Danville, 14 long yearling steers, in condition, at .'lc Lebanon Enterprise. shaft at the Legislature yesterday. M. S. & J. V. Baughman sold tholr rone distiller, has secured substantial backing, and that his distillery will car load of cotton mules In Atlanta at POLITICS 805. M. S. Baughman sold 10 of his run this season. Prince Bismarck not only did notdio own mules, which were extra good E. T. Linney will be postmaster at on New Year's day. as was reported, ones, at 870. Danville. ' W. H. Routt nnd Jones Baughman but he did not go to bed Sunday morn Inspector Lester has been ordered to have rented a iort!on of the Yowoll Clay and Harlan counties to investi- ing till l::iO o'clock. R.JA. Cook, of Lexington, rode to farm near Hustonvllle, of 170 ncro!, for gate certain county offices. Greater New York is now a reality Mobile, Ala., and back on his wheel, n 8750. They will put most of It in toand it Is tho second city In size in the distance of ".'12 miles, in 14 days, and bacco and corn. . & Pauline, S. M. Owens' fine brood world. Mayor Vnn Wyck took charge didn't hurry cither. Tho Louisville Union National bid mure, the dam of Poca C, who sold for Saturday. Twelve thousand cotton mill em- 3.0 percent, for the city's deposits nnd 81,500 as a yearling, full last week and The It looks like Hanna wont get there ployes In Maine are to have wages re got It. Tor 20 lianK oi omracrco mis died from the effects. She was Mifoly years. in foal to J. K. & M. S. Baughmnn's after all. Caucuses of the Ohio Legis- duced although they voted for McKin-le- y held It i Alonzo Anderson, a tramp, begged Naboth. and prosperity. lature show him four votes short of a T. L. Llllard sold to Montle Fox for majority for U. S. Senator and it is J. Hoge Tyler was inaugurated gov- 2S cents In LaGrange, spent it for morrepublicans may re- ernor of the Old Dominion Saturday In phine, sought lodging In jail and took Wei hi 47 export cnttlo at 41c. W. P. said that enough Glvens sold to same 32 of same at same main out of the caucus to defeat Hunna the presence of the two Houses of the it with fatal results. by the aid of democratic votes. Hanna's General Assembly convened in the hall ' Phil Dwyer, who has heretofore price. Tho latter's weighod 1,525. J. backed Corbett, thinks that ho ami E. Bruce sold to same 30 exporters, a- Hn la a. stralht-nn- t only hope is to convert three or four of the House. Fltzslmmons will fight, but ho says ho eraglng 1,590 pounds, at 4Jc, also five men, and as he Is a firm believer In the democrat. Holniii)M the Toulon will bo After the that weighed 1,1175 at 4c, The above The more Important officers of the has quit betting on fights. ellicacy of money, he may be able to things look Senate will certainly be: Hon. Vm. John (juincy, a miner at wnyion, cattle could liavo boon sold at lie In Ta,:n.-ia.a,X3- r make it talk, but at present him and McKinley, Goebel, president pro tern: Win. Crom-- ; Tenn., attempted to kill his baby be- -' October. decidedly blue for New pupil iMitirlng nt will do rn ve I r()r who has thrown the whole might of the well, chief clerk; J. E. Stone, assistant cause it kept them awake at night, but j j. A. Hammond sold to Geo. Woods call on or wrlu- to Mm thnt lime nt tho Colli go OrInto thefor ratiiiogue, fml Information i'uti.kv wrltr thing. D. N. Prewitt bought 23 shoats at 21c. administration In his favor. His de- - clerk; Charles E. Somraers, sergeant-- j the mother saved the little ' WILLI M HIFI.TON, I'lirjui.r.NT While Volney T. Malott and family, of n. Walter, of Lincoln, 20 shoats at Robert Tyler, doorkeeper; and feat, backed as he Is and worshipped ns he has been, will be a throw down for in the House J. C. W. Beckhnm, for, of Indianapolis, were at dinner a thief '2lc. George Wood sold to Carpenter, v. . a.j . jx. uasiT. jrsiriTis. ;j.ira . . jv. . i j. ii..i 'im ., at 31 and Jwm'm-Mft'.''fiV''Wfrfr.the republican party from which noth- speaker; Green R. Keller, assistant entered the house and stole 85,000 j of Anderson, 51 worth of diamonds and other valuables, Eubanks sold him 02 at 3!. I. it G. S. Ohio legisla- cierK ana lJercy Haley, sergcant-ating could rally It. The Garfield Staten, who w?s arrested in Shelby weighod to Caldwell it Johnson tor is a mighty uncertain quantity, arms. When Concress meets. Senator Tol Louisville and taken to Campbellsburg' oi fat cattle at 4. They averaged however, and thousrh it be a consummaabout 1.200. Danville Advocate. KY tion devoutly to be deplored, the boss ler will propose to reaffirm the Stanley to answer u charge of murder, was ' New Castle to escape a mob A sow died In Tennessee the other resolutions'intornrntin.- - thn moved to may yet mako his calling and election day that was 43 years old. She was of sure. Meantime let us pray that Ohio word coin to mean gold and silver, or of Negroes. While George and Dan Grlllin, broth the Bigbonu Berkshire variety and had nt the option of tho govern-an- d may be emancipated from his thralldom either, ers, of Columbus, Ind , were hunting, raised over NXJ p1l?s, trom wnien mon the whole country be thereby re- - ment. This U expected to be the ' nal for the repudiation of the adminis the former let his gun fall. The weapon ey euoiiL'h has boon realized to buy a of his odious personality. tration's policy by the Western bi- - nxnlndod and Dan caught the load in very fair farm, for thuy always brought Chicago Trlmine, which is nu metalllsts . who.have un to this tlmn his body, killing him instantly. TllE fancy prices. Sho was buried on tho thoritv in such matters, says that in supported the president. Colorado's gold output during 1SU7 farm, and stones were marked and Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Uridles, 1897, 100 lynehlngs occurred In the Congressman Dave Smith said to a was nearly 822,000,000, according to the placed at her grave. Htiggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. U. S., four of the victims being wom- Washington correspondent: "Gov. figures of tho chamber of commerce en. This is more than last year, but of the Eighth district, is being of Colorado Springs. Of this amount Rioin Opposite Court-Hou- se Square, Sfinford, Ky Chinn, with its 100.000,000 subject less than the average by a good many, urged to redeem it for the democrats Cripple Creek furnished 812,000,000. accepting' tonus dictated by any the largest number being in 1892 when next year and will probably consent to For tho first time In many years the foreign powvr ami submitting to robf there were 235. Of these lynchings 140 run. He never failed to secure u ma-- j White House was closed on New Year's bery and spoliation, of any Kind, furoccurred in the South and 20 in the irltv, but as soon as ho retired the re- day. Tho president and Mrs. McKinnishes a fetriking example of therowults North. Of tho total number 122 were publican candidate won by a majority ley owing to their recent bereaveof a continued "peneo policy" and Negroes, 39 whites and live Indians. of '2,500 votes. Gov. McCreary is look- ment, spout the day in retirement. neglucb to arm and drill its Texas heads the list with 25 lynchings, ing at the matter from u party standAfter tho preacher had arrived to people and keep pace with the military Alabama comes next with 19. Mlsslssip-- 1 point and for the sake of the party and preach tho funeral of Mrs. A. C. ami uu vol development of the time. It pi with 14 and so on, while Kentucky Is ' at a sacrifice of his own personal prefof Harriman, Tenn., it was found is stEl ntwetwiTy ior a credited with but Bcven. Many of the erences, will likely bo a member of the that she showed slims of llfu and the nation to carry a guo and know- how to lynchings were through pure and una- next Congress. I ready think tho State services were indefinitely postponed. use it. Up in Ohio they have rat hunts at le dulterated meanness, but a large num-o- f will send 10 democrats to Congress this them were on nccount of the law's year." a tail, the crowd killing thu greatest That there is an honesty rising tupc-rio- r Hon. M. F. North tells the Louisville number of rodents, getting pay for all. to business avarice even in tiilh sorinadequateness. Dispatch that vicious and partisan leg- At Bloomlngburg, Friday, ono side did age appenrs from the experience of A New York dentist made a set of islation should be avoided, and a Topeka sporting- man. He wrote to the in- brought In 0,802 tails and the other teeth for a young woman and put them terests of tho whole people kept in a cigarette company that he had saved P7riie Finger nf I'.ist Exjierluuco Points Ptrnlglil to j XiT M'lioiu' No. 2 in her mouth. She felt at once that view. There is something decidedly W. B. Loomls, finance keeper of the the pictures in 1.S00 packages of cithey didn't fit, but he insisted that they wrong about the penitentiary at Frank- Maccabee lodge at Elkhart, Ind.. has garettes which ho had smoked, and did and she paid tho bill. That eve- fort and such laws should bo passed as skipped with 81,300 of the orders' mon nuked what prizo the company would ning when her sweetheart called and will make the institution ey. Loomls was a prominent church 0ffer for them, no received an answer she laughed at one of his sullies of wit, The State board of equalization worker and a Sunday School Superin saying that the company would glvo the teeth fell from her mouth? him a coffin if ho would smoke as many should be abolished. The pardoning tendent. on tho floor. Tho lover was so power of the governor should At Dayton, .Tenn., James Welling- more. be abridgsurprised that he left Immediately to ed and put In the hands of a board of ton, brained his father with an ax as A a English paper has unearthed a the utter chagrin of tho lovee, and has pardons. The party devices should be ho slept, because tho old man had on the scene. Hav- abolished and probably other chunges threatened to whip him. Then he plac- Bucces&ful woman pouhxy farmer. not since appeared ing lost her lover and her teeth the in the election laws. Something should ed a chain around the body, hitched a After spending upward of $5,000 sbe to It and dragged It to tho woods. httfi not only got the receipts to cover young woman sued the dentist and got be done to facilitate the work of tho horse John Bergmann hailed a policeman theexpenditure, but has realized a tho full amount of the damages she court of appeals. Extravagant expend i In New York a few days ugo and said: profit. Sho trusa.es with her own'handa claimed. The jury said afterwards tures of public money should bo avol d that if sho had asked more they would ed, and In tho present financial condi- "Here copper, take this corpse to tho the 350 fowls which are &okl every week, and uittenda markets foT th purpose of have given it without a word. tion of tho State treasury I shall bo morgue." The corpse was himself, for In the next moment he put a bullet buying birds. A statement of the operations of very careful about voting for any pro- through his temple. "No work, ull One of Harvard's athletes this season the Martin chair contract show that position that would tend to Increase kinds of trouble and gout this Is too hau won in prizes nine medals, nine taxation. the State only got 4 cents a day for Huvo It put on while tho weather N hail. much." watches, 51 diamonds, four silver tea most of the time, after boarding and When a couple of St. Louis News Briefly Told sets, a silver water Bet, a rifle and no and clothing them itself, of the convicts took hold of a Nothend of clothing and employed, when 35 cents a day wus It Is stated thut 50Q.000 people have altempted to make him go Into their ing is said of his progress in study. lie promised. There is much in tho peni- died of famine in Cuba. store and buy something he drew a re- Is classed as an amateur in athletics, tentiary for tho new legislature to inIsuac R. Greene, the Nestor of the volver and worked the trigger five and will be a terror when he takes his vestigate and tho miserable chair con- Louisville bar, is dead, aged 07. times. Mueller was taken to the hospi- degreu as a doctor of muscle. tract, which has caused much scandal, A West Virginia man killed his tal in a dying condition; Goldstein's At Salina, Kan., recently a traveling should bo the first to receive attention. in-law by striking her with his fist. arm was punctured by a bullet, and medicine show advertised to give one jail. The 'city council of Mllledgevllle, Smith was taken to J. R. Williams, who has a ado the Ga., has fixed the cigarette license Corbett has issued a challenge to night's proceeds to the churches. This ut Midway Cllppor one of the best week- 8500. out a card from all the pastors n Headed toy U. S. tfiOOU, r)0. 38,353. Fitzslramons for another fight. Mnln1 rUrt 01)71(1 llrt ..,..t.... lies In the State, has sold it to Postmus-te- r There were 35 suicides, 32 murders i. offers tho Australian $5,000 of the place, in which they indignantly Onn f TUum.'. 12.601, Hon of HUNDLEY'S tho World's Columbian Ohumnton. W. E. Ralloy and J. O. Cooper, of the and 57 fatal accidents in Louisville N i 11,007. denounced thn enterprise and declared CLAUDE. No. Fine. last payable in 31,000 installments from tho Henry County Local. Mr. Williams year. ;hls stock riaTu.Vrsaiercasonao, lx strictly In ' time "FItz" consents to fight him until that not a cent would be accepted. . . .. 1. viiui;i.L. mill iinnii.. ana will go West, we understand, much to " At Linden, Ind., Oren Stlngley, ac- the contest is decided. He bays if RunrnieH.I. Wrltoyour wanU or iome Bd Astronomers have not, been idle this ice Sy hoRs. regret of his many newspaper cidentally shot and killed his aged Pits'." whips him once more he will the A fnw vvwi year. It la reported that 4fi7 new stairs Zggs, " freih Jersev Covm for sale. Thnv J .i i.whuiicb. Ainu a nmmnt i " "tl for 13. friends. A. E. HUNDLRV, Hox 105, father. retire from tho ring forever. w ful prophesies thaj, have been made concerning them by pursuing a clean and conservative course, looking only to the welfare of the State and the good We believe that they of the people. will do this and not be guilty of the foolish acta that have been claimed or them. Any attempt at vituperation or revenge In legislation will react on the democratic party and prove the correctness of the estimate that their enemies have placed upon them. To pass laws to trammel the L. & N. railroad because It is alleged to have coerced its employes, to abolish the ofllce of jailer of Jefferson county because he gave his printing as shcritT to the Courier-Journa- l, to reluse to confirm Dr. Wiley's appointment as superintendent of the Lexington Lunatic Asylum for no other reason than because he Is a gold bug of Col.Galther, and the brother-in-laand to do the many other silly things that certain people expect of It will bo unworthy of democrats and men. There are too many important things which need attention for the body to engage in such petty business and we are sure that a majority of the legislators at least appreciate the fact. Let wisdom and confcervatlsm prevail and the Legislature of '9S and '99, which has the undoubted capacity to do so, will write its name high on the annals of fame, and at the same time shame and con, fuse Its traducers. On our first page wo present some startling figures with reference to pensions, which show how the bounty of the government has been abused ami the treasury looted by men who have no claim whatever to such bounty. Instead of a theft pure and simple, people in some communities regard it as a pretty sharp thing to thus swindle the government and they therefore make no protest. Tho avcrago pension attorney is responsible for tho larger number of the frauds, Commissioner Evans thinks, and he characterizes them as worse than the most pestiferous "varmint that ever invaded a hen roost." Ho urges Congrcs-s.tabolish the pension attorney, who It sees, fit now to go into partnership with, and practically gives hlra 82." for every pension he can obtain. Tho commissioner makes a number of sensible suggestions in his report which ought to be adopted for the good of the country. S. J Elght members' of one family wore FARM AND TRADE. killed by llame and smoke In a Ore in Nancy Hanks. 2:04, Is safely In foal Jersey City. The annual death rato anion? whites to Bingcn, 2:12. J. E. Bruce sold to Mark Hardin 10 In Louisville Is 14 per 1,000 and among Negroes 20. Fire destroyed business houses Loss $75,000. i jT V- - eight of the principal at Lebanon, Tenn. James Barry, tho millionaire tramp, fell and broke his leg whllo celebrating New Years' at Padueah. Knoxvillo and West and North Knox-vlll- e have been consolidated, giving the town a population of od.OOO. Samuel Blrdwhlstle,a Lawrencuburg Negro, wh,o had been married livo times and was the father of '21 children, is dead. There are over 3,0 inmates In tho Home of tho aged and infirm In Louisville, the lnrgcst number for many Wolhl hogs at fie nut. Charles Adams sold to Robinson, of Garrard, a bunch of fat heifers at 21c. W. W. Robinson, of Lawrenccburg. fell on tho ico at Newport and was kill ed. Dr. J. 11. Owsley sold to L. F. Hiun-boof Columbia, Ga., 12 Hi hands mules at $7. John E, Madden has bought from Thomas McDowell tho brood mare Peg Wolllnuton for 810,000. Within an hour after Stranger had been sold at auction for 31,500 his new owner refused $:t,300 for him. G. E. Black !old Monday to Simeon .'121-pou- 5- - u r, NEW YEARS' - and get thrown down, but ho ran up against his matcli tho other day. It was a" plain, every day carpet, which, catching his foot, threw him down stairs painfully hurting Rouerts, editor, collector him. The statement that egg-noassisted the carpet Is pronounced a cruel g years. All the inhabitants of a Christian town in Persia, about S00 In number, nre reported to have been killed by Kurds. A mob at Kingston. S. (J., lynched a dying Negro, who had killed tho sheriff, who shot him In attempting to arrest him. Jimmy Michael, the bicyclist, rode 2o 2-- weight ter. 170 1.410, export cattle, aorngc atlSc Richmond Regis- O. P. Huffman bought of Wesley Holtzclaw some butcher stuff at 2 to .'lu and of various parties a lot of fat hogs at 2c. A crate of strawberries was shipped We extend to all our thanks- for their patronage in the past year and wish each a Invention of the enemy. AND now Mr. Mocquot has withThe Frankfort Lottery is no more. drawn from tho speaker's race leaving All of the shops were closed Friday to Beckham a clear field. He, like Trimowners say they ble, had no show of election, and seem open no more. Tho have given up. to have entered the raco to be the reP. H. Mnbry, wanted for embezzling cipient of the usual favors of the winmore than 815,000 from the Southern ner. Express Company, was arrested near Not content with double leads, Mr. Savannah, Ga. Watterson fired a double column It Is stated that T. B. Rlpy. the Ty- miles In a raco In New York In the remarkable time of 41 minutes nnd ."4 seconds. 5 to Philadelphia from Starke, Fla., last week, from twenty-fou- r to thirty berries making a quart. Marcus Daly's farm in Montana contains 10,000 acres and is the home of 000 horses. Every stall on tho place is Happy and Prosperous New Year. By continuing to buy goods at the Louisville Store. Wc will be better equipped than ever before and have resolved to give you better goods for less money than in the past. Always call to sec us before you buy. first-clas- s The Louisville Store. J I Stanford Female College. C'lirl-tmat , ?1 ! - I Onft2vora.d.a3r, - 3rd., 1898. i at-ann- s; . lop-oattl- e ,j. - UnDGRCAKIHG i ' 1 sig-liev- ed J. c. M'CLARY. Practical Trimmer, Embalmerand Funeral Director. SFf)-iiiSWi.- Mc-Crear- y, ab-jic- ty 1 I fc nt WHEN YOU WANT Pe-tea- s, solf"!)! - Prompt, Efficient And Satisfactory ! 3. - SERVICE. g. J PENNY'S DRUG STORE. WE HA VE A "kcr-chum- lop For That Buckboard Of Yours "hand-me-down- s" hay-see- d bric-a-brn- c. B. K. WEAR EN St SOW. sister-- Hign Locust Herd Reg. Poland 1 GNua Theox-uhampio- d Cl3 "'tlon - HrhU-clits- H " ... have been discovered. Danville, Ky. if 'im Vi X : t i t I tmc Stohe-KOOMil William Moreland has been JOHN Hendken has engaged with CONDITION OK THE next to Farmers Bank ! THE INTERIOR JOURNAL' ill for several weeks. for rent. W. P. Walton. B. K. Wcaren it Son and will bo found First National Bank, Stanford, t Miss Maky MYERS, of Pomona. Cal., In the repair shop. i Am back from tho city, ready for .At cloe o( business Decem'ter 31, 1897. arrived yesterday to visit relatives. All person having rlalm airnliist tho ciTHE C. W. B.M. will meet at the tato of K. T. Pierce. Liberty, ky.. assigned, BKCK has rented tho Moore business. Hamilton, tho jeweler. Stanford. Ky., Jan. 4, 1898' W. T. are hereby notified nnd requested to present RESOURCES: 3 Christian church farm near Danvlllo and is moving to It. their said claims, verified as required by We have a full stock of Falls Branch and asks that the Wednesday at l M. Loans ami Discounts. .51Gs,737 T.'l aid society also bo law, to the undersigned assignee at ComPROF. GORDON Pa.XTON, of Central Coal now. J. II. Baughman & Co. Stocks nnd Honda.... 10,017 87 ?lSS,:is5 CO mercial Hank of Liberty, Ky., within 00 dnys K. C. Walton, Busini:h3 Manaoeii. ITnU'AhaWl tttllttt1 present. a nnilaln II l cilf J AJ O ,UUOll I?1114 III! Overdrafts 4,000 55 from this dato. All persons Indebted to the IW HlCJC.lNS & McKinney are ngents 'it vltn of The Lincoln County Medical Society U. S. IlontU to secure circulation 50,000 00 estatewithsaid Pierce willntcall und Kettle nt onco said assignee said bank; otherDit. AND Mlts. J. W. I3KYANT enter for Champion binders and mowers. Dunking House nnd Fixtures.... 0.200 00 wise suits will bo filed on nit will meet at Stanford on the 11th, when CASH PAID for life Insurnnco unsettled 1,572 00 claims. Other ileal Estate II. Vincent Moore during his G. A. I'KEWITT, Assignee, Address W. S. Alien, I O. Box, talncd delays. A broken engine near Dr. E. J. Brown will open the discus- Duo from bunks Dec. 24, 1807. Liberty, Ky. 12,501 48 stay here. ir7, Danville, Ky. sion on "Tubercolosls." The annual delayed Saturday uight's 2,3f0 00 Special or dilllcult )ircHorI)t!on DK. B. F. Hr.iiNDON, of Barbourvillo, Boston passenger three hours andSouth- election of olllcers will also be held. Cn-- li with IT. 3. Trciwutor SunCash on Imnil 21,093 C5 work may bo loll to us with tlio utmost was on yesterday's train returning bound FOR day's Northbouud did not arrive here Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, . secretary. confidence. Penny's Drug Store. from a visit to friends at Danville. S2S5.09S 28 until after 4 o'clock because of a slight I desire to sell mv farm, one Mks. Florence M. Helm left FriIt was a lovely sight yesterday to sec Cnpltnl Sfick MAHIMTIES. 5100,000 00 desirable In central Kentucky, of tho most wreck near Wasloto on the C. PERSONALS. day for Now York City to make her freight county judge's and county clerk's Surplus l'und the 10.0S0 00 V. branch. homo with her daughter, Miss Laura. olllco In charge of democrats, and to Undivided Profits 9 Containing About 425 Acres, 2,470 01 Frl- V. II. Ham. went to Kml nonce Commencing January 1, isos. wo will know that democrats hold everything Stock reduction not culled for.... Miss Kate Blain, who has made a 512 50 to bo surveyed. Fronts on n good plko nnd ilny. quit keeping books and adopt the cash now worth having. Let the new olllcers Circulation outstanding 45,000 00 Is In less than 8 miles of 3 railroads, county JESSE LYNN went to Pulaski to buy most excellent county superintendent, system, as articles comprising the 110,200 71 seats, Stanford, Danvlllo und Euncuster, und hew to tho line and we will not have Individual Deposits left yesterday for her home at HustonIs one of tho best grnln und stock farms any cattle. 1,039 05 where. are sold on any more republican olllcials in Lin- Due to banks vlllc to the regret of many friends Druggist's stock of Hounded on 3 sides by tho Hanging Mils. W. S. Warren has been quite Fund to pay tuxes 404 21 Fork, good springs, good soil nnd plenty of such a close margin that I can not lon- coln county. made here. 111 for two weeks. timber, nbout 25 ucres sown In wlicut nnd 15 Miss 3285,008 28 ncres ready broke for corn und all the Ballou began work ger do a credit busluess. W. B. Mrs. Li:vis Uosseli. in vUltlng her with herEllen class again The old year went out in a raging druggist. iMtoriTs: feet In gruss. Only necessary to bo seen music yesterday son, Guorgo A. Peyton. Seo me for particulars. snow storm, which began with light- Earning for C mos. ending 8 G.IIGS 40 to bo desired. and says she will havo a much larger A. M. FELAND. Bank Statements. -- The report of ning and thunder, both vivid and loud. Earning left over last C months... 2,070 05 85 P. P. Nl'NNT.lley left yesterday for Stanford, Ky. number of pupils than before. Her the Farmers Bank it Trust Co. shows 1.70S 27 Atlanta with HO cotton mules. blowed, Fund to pay losses and entertainment was a big advertisement that Its gross earnings were over 10 Since then It has snowed Mr. J. M. WlllTK s)ont several days with the mercury hugging around 20 10,230 72 of hur abilities as a teacher. per cent., out of which after paying degrees. Yesterday was clenr and a UlSPOSEH OF AS rOM,OW'SS with his daughter In Lexington. TO MY expenses and taxes and a Miss Maggie Buchanan, of Crab little warmer and tho signal service Three per cent, dividend S3.O0O 00 HOME NEWS, And The Public Generally. Carried to surplus :t?0 00 dividend of :i per cent., it carried Orchard, Is with Miss Essie Uurch. says it will be warmer and fair Paid till expenses 1,003 43 to surplus. Considering the times, H. Wilkinson and son, Orover H. I am very thankful Indeed for tho liberal Now ready to repair your watch. THE New Year's reception by Miss Stntound U. S. Tnxes.. . C24 11 patrouago I havo received this year and I Cashier J. B. Owsley thinks very corCleveland, of Hurgin, nro at Ed Wilk- Dunks. hope to receive n continuance of It during Isabella Bailey assisted by Miss Jen- Leaves earnings leftover 2,470 01 rectly that he did well. inson's. tho year to come. I will tuko It. as u favor nie Warren, proved a very delightful Charged off bad debts.... 1.70S 27 810,230 72 If t linen vn mvn mn wtll rntnf.llll nilfl settle. A NICE sulto of rooms over Biggins The National Bank of Hustonvlllc, Mil. J. F. CUMMINS and wife will S, Hocker, President; ' ns I am In need of money Just now. as usual, shows up well, its gross earn- occasion. The young ladies were ra- J. move Into Dr. L. U. Cook'H new cottage Sc MeKlnney's store for rent. .1. II. GKEER, Jno. .1. McRoberts, Cashier; diant in most becoming attire and this week. l'UHE timothy, clover and straw in ings being at tho rate of 10. per cent. A. A. McKlnnev. Asst. C'h'r. Carriage builder nnd Blacksmith. It declared a 4 per cent dividend and were as entertaining and cordial as MlSH Dklli: Hoot, of Danville, bales at Hlggins k MeKlnney's. black cake had over 82,000 for other purpose. they are pretty. Egg-nodays with Miss Florence spent several We will close out remnant of our President Dr. Ed Alcorn and Cashier and cotTeo were served nnd everything "'ruohcuru J. W Hocker make n bank team hard was done In tho handsomest style. Miss 1'earl IJURNSlDE spent bovc- i- holiday stock at cost. Danks. to biMi. Nearly every young gentleman in town ul days with Miss Annie Kvans Hright F. ISM products taken In exchange Tuo excellent statement of the First called and all express themselves near Hubble. --m9M for coal. J. II. Baughman & Co. National Bank speaks for itself and charmed with the manner in which Miss Jessie Cook will leave for It Is with n deep senso of gratitude to nil who havo befriended me as pitron or otherto visit her sister, THE bird law expired Friday and It President J. S. Hocker refers to it with they were received nnd entertained. Nashville wise that I come beforo tho public In this brief acknowledgment for so much of their valIt a tine to kill the festive quail now, so pride. Its gross earnings for the year Mrs. K. J. Lyles. THE lecture of II. Vincent Moore at ued consideration. Tho past year has lecn an unusually prosperous one to inc und while were nearly IS per cent. Mil. H. II. I'ettus, of Gilberts don't do it. the Methodist church was pronounced I profoundly thnnk God the giver of good nnd perfect gifts for his manifold blessings Crook, spent Christmas with his parJohnson. The dally papers tell of a by the most thoughtful and Intelligent upon our great Nation, I do sincerely thank him for the good peoplo among whom I llvu BEGIN the new year aright,, by payents at Soiuernel. mlstlt elopement in which our friend, peoplu as very line, although we learn for tho degreo of success I havo attained In business. I havo tried to buy goods low nnd nro of Louisville, Is ing your account at tho INTEIMOK Harry G. Johnson, special agent of the nrmy Fox Dl'DDKKAlt, that some of the more dignified nnd sell them right. to Tho latter, of customers who havo made my stoio their buying place can JOUKNAL olllco. best witnesses tho while proprietors of Inrgo manufacturing establishments Col. und W. II. with his parents, L. it N,, jocularly known as cow coron- sunctimonious, rather than sanctified, will bo to tho former. I nt llowlnnd. Foil Sale on Kent. Splendid Up- er, figures. The story goes that ho were so disgusted at his Irish wit and fittest nt tho same standshall continue thisI policy until I Hnd something better and founc next year where will bo plcusad to servo you honorably six Mattii: Klimv has returned right piano. Good condition. M. J, had been engaged for fomc tunc to Miss some words such as "darn" and "dog-on- " days In tho week Mrs. until tho new year like the "Id shall have written Its pages In tho great from teaching a prosperous elocution Harris, Crab Orchard, Ky. Jennie Wallace, of Sturgts, and she that they irreverently left the volumn noting our country's prosperity. I go to the cities this week for goods nnd will bo class at Mt. Vurnon. agreed to meet him In Hcndcron, on One brother an Immense will not only have been nble low but Monday, It will be to the advantage of any the 21) tli, to go to Louisville and be- house. said, was very who led the way, shall to ssold nt prices thatlino nextInterestingthntprospective purchasers. lwught thanking Mim. John Hamilton, of Dunnvllle, will bo bo red In the face Again to It was one having a St. Louis range to call on come his wife. She was on hand at the and slammed the door like a boy "cuss-in- " you for so !ilernl a share of your patronage and good will, nnd wishing you u happy und Ontario, Canada, is on n visit to her or address J. T, Jones, Stanford. appointed time, but was accompanied, son, Win. Hamilton. at his mother. A second one was prosperous new year, I nm your humble servant, Miss Sallik Cook has roturnud JANUAKY 1st Is past nnd gone and by Alex Chapman, another lover. Tho as white as if he had seen a ghost at from ti protraotud and pleasant visit to you are urgently requested to call and dispatch says Mr. Johnson entertained midnight. Of course those sanctified her sltor At XiiahviUu. settle at once. I noeJ money. II. C. both the parties at dinner at the prin- - were not mad, but over righteous and I)ku.i: Maickt. of Nolln, who Hupley. clpal hotel, and till went to the train to- - modest. Such folks ought not to go to Mrs. ... j gether at o'clock that afternoon. All a lecture. hiw boon visiting Mrs. J. F. Cash rePlease call and settle your account. boarded the train and then it pulled turned homo yesterday. The Christian church here has callMiss It AtHllL ALLISON returned to Wu havo adopted tho cash system and out, but stopped a few hundred yards ed Kldcr F. W. Allen, of Fulton, Mo., Lexington Satunlay, after a visit to her must eloeo up our credit business. W. from the station and Miss Wallace and who will preach his first sermon SunB. McHoborts. Chapman got olT. Mr. John&on continsister, Mrs. Mary Ilureh. It is very necessary this Cold Weather to Keep the Body Warm! day If ho can get hero by that time. He says that John K. Till: Stock Farm yon owe the linn of Farrls fc liar. ued his journey to Louisville all nlono. would not accept the call outright, but You can do so by buying ;i Good If Farrls has been HI with rhciniatUm din you miixt settle It at once. Do this Ho had found out that the girl hnd an- writes that If after preaching awhile for several weeks at Lexington. immediately and suvo yourself both other stronger string to her bow, and he sees ho suits the congregation he like tho sensible man that he is, he acMils. I). P. Hall sllppml and fell ut trouble and expense. will accept. cepted tho situation and made no fuss her home Saturday, breaking two ribs about it, satisfied that there nro still as Tint Ladies' Aid Society of tho and otherwise hurting horsulf. Timely Warning ! of Cincinnatl.who church will meet with Mrs. good fish In the sea as wore over caught, Miss Ida Cohues, has boon visiting her slstor, Mrs. Kov. Maltiu Withers next Friday afternoon and truer women yet umvooed. Mr. My farm Is Intend to proseat '2 o'clock. A full attendance is re- Johnson Mild to a reporter on his re- cute each, any und und person caught Heavy Lined, Water Proof Boots and in f ict any thing that goes to .1. H. r'ronch, returned home Friday. every turn to Louisville: "I left Wednosday trespassing in any wnv on mv nreml-fmake the body comfortable. Bring the money TERMS CASH, Julian Hoi'llNK, who iient Chrl?t- - quested. tV7 J. E. IlKl'CE, Stanford. Truuhoart, reman with Miss Florence J. II. Vanhooic, tho Melvlnney drug- morning to moot Miss Wallace. 'Chap8. CONDITION OF THE turned to College at Lexington Sun- gist, has announced that he will handle man hung around and watched me all day. Miss Wallace asked me if she t no more whisky In his store, notwithday. I National Bank of Hustonville, Miss Mamik Wilson Cakpisntkii standing his licftino to do so is not out. could come to Louisville with me. told her yes. When we got aboard the returned from Louisville Friday, A good dorUlou of a good man. December 31, 107. At the Close of Ilusluui-train that man came In and whined and where she onjoywl the holidays with THE Lebanon Enterprise says that a cried around until the girl asked me friends. KE?OEKOES. of Jaokson. thief broke Into the homo of Mr. J. I). what she must do. I told her to do us Mlts. JOHN r. Patrick 1(1 SlOl.-Sbite- -' Loans nnd Discounts family wore sho pleased about it: that it was no and little daughter are with Capt. and Iloldorman, while he and 1,1'iOtt S3 night with a friend, and Iiioks of mine. So tlioy hud the train Overdrafts Mrs. Thomas Itichards at The Clem- spending the 12,500 00 got bofid'is othor valuablus $ii or $1 in stopped and they got olT. I do not know U. !?. 4 per cunt. Hotels ' 1.000 00 ens, Danville. Kumliuruniid Fixtures'.... where they went. You can see very Duo from Il.iuks Sqlmkk JOHN Ellis has been trans- money. .,ti07 0: I 1U,20 BY order of tho fiscal court, tho well that am not worried over It one Cash si ferred to James' distillery at Crab I would not marry her now for 5i2 50 Duo from U. i?. Treasurer and Judge Walker goes to Mi- county bonds were printed and deliver bit. Thanks for your putiouage of IS07. We pjomlso better service than ev- ed Satunlay to those turnpikes, which love or money." ller's distillery at Lancaster. er for lsO. el at), 303 02 to Mt. had accepted them in payment. There I")ii. E. J. Hiiown wont u Wickeusham Shot. A dispatch MAHIMTIES. yesterday to see Ed Mellargue, is u vital question of their validity, but from Somerset says that Policeman Vornon ? 50,000 00 Capital Stock who was dangerously shot by tho acci- when Lincoln county repudiates any of Kobert Colyer shot and fatally wound- Sarplus Fund 25.000 00 nor honost debts, it will be time for do- - ed Jamos Wickcrsham Thursday night. Undivided Profits dental discharge of his pistol. M2 SO Mil and Mlts. J. L. YaNTIS have cent people to emigrate. 11.250 00 Wickersham had been drinking and Circulating Notes 9 52,230 70 moved from tho Samford Irwtn farm Duo Depositors CiKOHOK B Cool'EK looks as natural raising a disturbance. Colyer claims to the John D. on the Danville pike attempted to quiet htm, when as life in his old place In tho county that he 139,303 02 Carpenter place near Hustonvlllc. was receiving con- he pulled a gun. Colyer says hq back- Earnings past 0 months SI, 070 02 F. Wati:us, as special Stale clerk's olllce and he JOE gratulations yestcrdny. In retiring ed to where ho could get hold of his DISI'OSEI) or as follows: There Is no better evidence of our appreciation of your support than our deputy, will spend the next several from olllce his predecessor, James F. shotgun and fired twico at Wickcrefforts to please Cunent Expenses tind Taes paid.. 1,503 77 weeks In various Kentucky towns In sham, one load taking elTcct in the left Mac- Cummins, has more friends than when No. 2S, t percent 2.000 00 Dividend tho Interest of tho Knights of the he entered it, which is proof that he is arm nnd the other in tiio bowels. Ho llalunce curried to undivided protlts 515 25 cabees. and some 17 of the shot used buckshot, a mighty good man, barring olitics. Cait. John Hakims, who was a contook elTcct. WIckorsham was intoxi51,070 03 ductor on freights of this division for AT tho last meeting of tho Odd Fel- cated. Ho recently made a race for Dr. Edwurd Alcorn. President; OrriCEit.s. First, Our January Clearance Sale of All Winter Goods. Second, Our years, has just been made Master of lows Lodgo here G. T. Ashlock was chief of police, and was only defeated J. W. Hocker, Cashier und J. II. Hocker, White Goods, Tnblc Linen. Hamburg and Lnco Sale In January, Trulns on the Cumberland Valley elected Noblo Grand, John Cordlcr, by a small majority. Colyer has been Asslstnnt Cashier. Larger Lines, Newer Patterns thnn ever. branch. Vice Grand, Ed Wilkinson, Secretary, a policeman for about live- years, an i DiHECTOiis. Dr. Edward Alcorn, J. T. Mlts. E. B. Caldwell, who was and Peter Strnub, Treasurer. Tho fol- has boon a little too handy with his pis- Koso, Dr. 11. Drown, T. J. Kobinson, J, W. called to Corbln to attend tho bedsides lowing gentlemen were elected trustees tol. Wickersham kept bar In Stanford Powell, Geo. L. Carpenter, II. II. McAnlnch. Walton and Cicero Koynolds. W. of tho three children of Mr. J06 Har- of the Widows' and Orphans' Fund: A. a long timo for P. W. Green. they are all very 111 C. Sine, J. T. Harris and John B. din, writes that Sinco tho above was put in type wo CONDITION OK THE and tho boy not expected to live. havo received a letter from V. R. Colo- Wick- - ParmerS Bank say that Mks. Lauka Mooki:, matron of tho which TfUSt C0M Seeing tho notice in our paper of Ed man, In was he ne was when Eastern Kentucky Lunatic Asylum, snot cttmoing me ersham tho uchool boy, OK bTANKOUD, KY., has resigned and will return to Crab Ilubbard. steps at tho depot and was looking who thinking ho has a call to preach, BJfttio Ruth, of Orchard. Miss back, when Colyer says he demanded At the clow of limitless Dec. 31, 1SD7. has been appointed to suc- la trying to lay tho foundation for an that ho throw up his hands, Wickereducation In Prof. Grubba' school, Lesceed Mrs. Moore. to do so and Colyer firltKSOUKCKS. us for sham declined York OUR TKIX ARE HERE. Judge II. G. Williams, of Mt. Vor- lie's Weekly of New ''boy" wroto a 200 ed. Wickcrsham staggered to tho Notc and Hills SKrt.ClS 21 and o a photograph of tho 1,993 2 and bonds non, wftB horo Friday on routo to Colyer ilred tho other barrel other sketch of his life, which will right and for a little visit before taking word of his shotgun. After he received tho overdrafts 6 40,219 appear in that publication. V, Duofroai Hanks' chargo of tho olllco for which ho beat shortly 6;40O w ilrst shot Wickcrsham pulled his pistol UanklnB how anJ Kuturw Judgo Bcthurum 202 In a republican 33,593 20 A MOST enjoyable "watch night" en and when he was picked up ho had it VMtt t county of 000 and over majority. tertainment was given by Miss Julia cocked In his hand. Ho was removed 90 f:iS7,0 Miss Minnik D. Stkauu, tho ac- B. Hlggins in honor of Misses Grace to the hospital where ho died at 0 l m. LIAIULITIES: Stanford, who and Katherlne Grinstead. Six rooms Friday. When he was told that ho Capital stock 4200,000 00 complished milliner of Fancy Queensware andan. Elegant. Line of 19,433 U L. J. Williams about were set apart for tho occasion and at would dio ho made a statement that ho Surj!ui Fund has been with Mr. 155,561 05 months, has returned homo. Sho an appropriate hour a splendid supper was not expecting trouble at the time Individual Deposit" thrco 13,048 41 Hue to llatikj many frlondB while here, all of was enjoyed. Among those who woro he was shot and did not see Colyer at $387,043 90 wished her a Merry Christmas present wcro Misses Ophelia and Lucy tho timo ho fired on him. Ho had nev....510,001 92 six Month. a happy Now Year. London Echo. Chancellor, Fannlo Spoonamore, Mary er made any threats against Colyer and KirnliiK k ah follows: of tho boys. , T.viiKn Shelby, who has roturned Mathcny, Annie Pence, Jennio Pence always regarded him as one &c. And Coal Vases, Fancy Shovels .2.72G 13 to his friends abouC his fu- - To Expenses and Taxe Louisiana, is making final ar- and Linda Grinstead. Messrs. John L. Ho talked from 6,00000 Dividend No. i a percent rangements to depart for tho gold Hay, Gilbert Grinstead, Orland Beck, neral arrangements and was conscious Come und cee us. We buy and sell for CASH und can afford to mako tho. Very LOWEST ' leaves a young PRICES. 510,001 93 Holds of Alnskft Mr. Shelby will leave Thomas Pence, Joe Chancellor, Sam to the last. Wickersham . g , l.rM., early In February, expecting to be on Mathcny, Jesse Walters, Dr. J. W. wuo.uuiiim.uj. b.oslkv, cashier, Bryant and wife, Joo Ramsey, of Win- felt for them. Colyer'tt examining tho Klondyko when spring opens up. & WTKINNEY. w. M. Bximir, Teller, i trial was set for yesterday. chester and Bedell Chancellor. Advocate. NOTICE 1 - T ioU-cle- s. 1 FARM SALE. m to-ila- y bul-nn- cu to-dn- I si semi-annu- al PHTRONSi $1,-27f.- to-da- m m m g, To My Friends & Patrons. to-da- y Dud-ilera- r, Jacob Hummelstein, McKinney. m .'1 KEF III! OVBrcoat, OverstioRs, Ear muffs, Warm Trcs-bytrln- u Soft Underwear, Gloves, d 1 s. m m H cROBERTS. s O S Thanks. 1 Or-ehn- rd m m m Larger Stocks, Better Goods, Lower Prices. Two Things Worth Remembering. - 1 SEVERANCE St SONS. Mer-sho- n. 6 Har-rodsbur- g, NEW YEAH IS ALMOST HERE. New Candies, Orange:. Nuts, -- Dan-ylll- ix-k- s .I'" k. it Stand Lamps, Chandeliers and-Tong- ium-osk- ,,., '- -" .k., HIGGINS ifrnt iihbi l$rm iprtSi - v rr'n&W fc THE INTERIOR JOURNAL -- LANCASTER. Mr. J. L. Englenian nnd family loft for Arkansas Saturday, where they will make their futuro home. 3Trt Aa.v VL"bllolie It Is suited, ou good authority, that ATthe gates on the principal turnpikes Monday. will be replaced 32 V1CH YK.Vlt IN" --VX VVN-CIMr. T. J. Hatclicr has applied for an will e charged. jct- - When not so paid 352. SO Increnso of his pension. Many hero believed that he was a Confederate veteran. I extend New Year's greeting to the its numerous Interior Journal, CUD. patrons, and bespeak and them a happy for and prosperous future. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Four couples wore married In this Trains leave Stanford at to a. m. and 4pm county last Thursday Mr. Larkln returning at 4; 23 p. inand 9:03 p. m. Payne and Miss Amelia Masters: Mr. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. John Graham aud Miss Annie Naylor; ..12 37 p m Jacob Poynter and Miss Clara Green, .... No. 21 Train going North .. 3 13 a in " " No. 24 " ..12 Mpiu and Jacob Simpson and Miss Lucy A. " South No. 23 " ,. 127 pin " " No. 23 ' Lavton. For allirolnts. If Edison succeeds In constructing KO'IOU TICKETS fcOLD. his machine to photograph thoughts, CHECKED THKOUUn. UAGOAOE and will find ono in the skull of Tom For auy Information enquire of Hammonds, it will certainly be a sucJOE S. RICE, Aent, atStanford, Kj. cess; for when the tempted to read his mind, ho said that FRANKFORT AID CINCINH the print was too fine. to-da- Tha father I thought you paid that young man came to see you, last night? The Daughter Yes, I did. "lie was disappointed, then, I suppose?" "No. indeed." "Why, how on enrth coulMie sec you when you had no light the whole evening?" Yonkcra Statesman. Indeed He- - Wmu'I, RELIGIOUS. SJkJl Til 7- - comer. Tho week o! prayer begun at the Methodist church last night whero it would be announced for and further. Eld. Joseph Ballou began his 23d year as pastor of tho Pnrksvillo Christian church which he says Is tho best in Kentucky. A Cliolcc Oocniintlon. The largest congregation In America They were making out the danct list is that of St. Stanislaus Kostkn. in for n prospective ball and were putting .'10,000' communidown lancers, waltzes, etc., Chicago, which has Tho number of attendants at cants. when they were interrupted. "What are you doing?" snld the new- the several Sunday services frequently two-steps, On my promises Jan. 1. 1808, will ront to the highest bidder 170 Acres Land to bo Rood farm of cultivated In llomp nnd Corn. A. D. Stanford on Knoli I.1CK jukc ami on r.nsi Yowell, HiHonvilie, Iv,. 81 Adjoins lands of the sldo of HiiiirIiik I'ork. mid Isaac Jones. Is late James A. Harris la a liljrli atato of cultivation. Has You. A nnil necessary outlititUllnm. fronts on ))lke neljtliborliootls. Address, and Is In best of Oct you rSbuvts mid HiilrcutH nt C. I.. CHOW, McKlnney. Ky. Harbor tiliop. He Is the slickest nnd CO best barber In Oral) Orchard. Ky 103 Farm for Sale Privately. FOR RENT. Acres. :iH rnlles West of Word To HlaUe-tnoto- 'j, Mi-l- m PUBLIC SALE 1 I fl! mlnd-read- er VIA GEORGETOWN. A. M p. M. A M 33 05 2lOO 315 450 1155 8 40 Lre, Somerset, Ar ' Jet. City. Arr eonjetown, Lt Frankfort, ....O......M. C. 12 53 1131 9 35 820 G30 20 630 300 8 SO 6!10 Arr Paris "Dally except Sunday D.DERCAW.G.P. A. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City as follows: 3 30 p m l.South .... 11 .67 am No. 2 North " ....3 46aru ....U5ipm No. 3 " as am " o i ou i m " II No. 5 6 00 am 8 20 p m "10 " No. 9 " No. "i I I Royal makes the food pare, wholesome and delicto. ICIf W bb MIIYIi flfiilB "1 I I I POWDER AkP ' CO., KCW Our afternoon aud night train has been discontinued and will not be put on again until the ecason .for shipping live stock opens. So, when we want to go anywhere, wo must wait till the hogs and cattle get ready and be ship-pa- d alcng with them.. On Thurday, Mr. Benjamin Sutton, aged 78 years, died at his home near Preachersville. Funeral services were conducted at the Fork church, this nniinfv. rn 'Pnlflnv I wlintv. f.hrw hndv Iran J ""VI " """J .. MW.W- laid to rest. He was a worthy and highly respected citizen and was a brother of the late H. O. nnd an uncle of H. C. Suttou. The following have entertained roy- any at tneir respective uuiues suiuu my last letter: Mrs. U. D. Simpson, Miss Fannie Doty, Misses Jennio and Besslo Burnside, Mrs. W. A. Price, Miss Car rie Currey, and Messrs. W. S. and Richard Beazlcy, the latter in honor of their niece, Miss Lettle Brown, of Fayette county. On Sunday night at 9 o'clock, Miss Lucllc Weisiger, aged 15 years, died after much sullering from the effects of Qlm Ttrna tlin nnl t ph ill! nf flltlllfhofln Mr. Joseph and Mrs. Mary A. Weisiger, her father having died four years ago. The burial will take place at Danville, Tuesday. Although young in years, she was a strict member of to-du- y, Absolutely Pure ROYAL DAKlhO POWDCR YORK. IMT-XjI- E hog-s- . Du-roc- Registered Splendid individuals Both lnt-Full's nnd a iStlifs Sonne's far row. Prices reasonable. No charge (or crating. J. M. it H. J. ilcaOBERTS, Stanford. s. imw;mm iw!SSSS?wL makes the young feel old, and the old feel that life is not worth the living. It's a danger signal of Kidney Disease the unerring evidence of weak, inactive and sore Kidneys. Any person cored of Kidney weakness will tell you that when the back ceased to ache, .all troubles ended. Neither liniments, nor plasters, nor electricity can cure it. The scat of the trouble is not in the skin, flesh or muscles. fg n the KldMK. It can be BACKACHE the Presbyterian church, a constant worker In the Christian Endeavor and was a favorite with everybody. If the tollgatcs on tho Lexington road are replaced and raided, Gov. Bradley wlllcertalnly send militia nere, as ho did to Boyle county, especially as the State has stock in that road. I do not know what our county judge will do when guurds are called for. If he refuses to allow them, they will either be furnished by the owners of the roads, or by the State, until the guard law is fully established or re pealed. ec?" replied the wit of Sam Jones, Rev. George Stewart and the family. "Picking hops." North Choir Director Tillman began a meetAmerican. ing at tho New Third Street Baptist A Hint. church, Owcnsboro, Sunday morning. He stol a kiss, Rnd, strnnpe to say, Thero wero 2,422 chairs placed In tho She did not rape, nor bid him stop: auditorium, and oilier provisions made She 'only satf. in gracious way: " Dear sir, tills la no retail shop." for largo crowds. Chicago Itecord. Rev. George P. Taubman preached WCKE REEDED 11ADLY. his farewell sermon last Sunday night at the First Christian church. A largo crowd turned out to bid him good-bythe church being crowded to Us utmost capacity. Rev. Taubman has accepted a call to Maysllek. Newj)ort Journal, Jan. 1. Rev. William A. Gibson, pastor of the Morganfield Christian church, died Friday, aged 44 years, fie was a son of Mr John L. Gibson, of Rose Hill, this county, and was a true, useful and faithful man. Haarodsburg Democrat. Mr. Gibson was a brother of Rev. John Bell Gibson and frequently visited him here when he was pastor of tho Christian church. Landlady (to new roomer) You Because not u person in the wide must not be so carelera in leaving the front door open when you como in at world remembered her with a Christnight. About a year ago burglars got mas gift, Katie Kamm, an exceptionalin and cleaned out every room in the ly pretty girl, lately arrivbuilding. ed In New York from the old country, New Roomer For heaven's sake, suicide by taking par s madam! fire your chambermaid ami committed green tho day alter Christinas. leae the front door open everv night. A colorless ink for writing upon jkis-t. X. Y. Herald. cards, etc.. Is made by mixing toA Ulvitt. gether water and sulphuric acid, tho Don't over plve n dos to her: writing becoming permanently visible 'Tls fatal, for 'tis true, Ert- many days that measly cur when heated. Will have supplanted you. In tropical regions when the moon is Chicago Hecord at its full, objects arc distinctly visible A Military Itom. several miles away. By starlight only A member of the awkward squad i;i a New York national guard armory per- print can bo read with case. The skeleton of a man over nine feet sisted in stepping with the'urong foot "Great. Soot t you can't teu mic lv: tall was dug up in a mound near Mafrom the other, and you'te onJj got ple Crock, Wisconsin, the other day. two. What would you do if .ou were Over 100,000 horses wero last year a mule or a cow?" N. Y. World imported Into Belgium for food for the poorer classes. AfTnlilllt. "You don't mind me tearing so manj Dan Crecdon wants uuother fight of these bills, do you?" said the col- with Kid McCoy. lector with a touch of sarcasm. "Xo. indeed," replied the woman iu LOUISVILLE-HOTEthe door, "wo rather like it. The do their examples on the backs of them." Washington Star. Louisville Ky , Ilcmlerrtt Dcsperntc, & EUROPEAN "Darling," he cried, "I cannot llrv AMERICAN without you!" PJiA.NS. "Hut," she replied, "my father Is the finest iu . Tho Ladies Restaurant is bankrupt." the city. Every convenience for ladies "In that case," he despondently re- spending the day iu the city. plied, "I guess I'll go and shoot myself." GtMillciu-n'Cnfo on office Hour. o, "Don't you exceeds 15,000. TrTff - The crack barber, la now back at his c M ready to atnnd In Mrs. Kgliert's store-riHishuvo and haircut AH give you a first-claneeding work should call on him. Mo l a acres, with auro to please you. Crab Orchard, Ku 03 One bouse and lot containing i wi..-- I...1W1. -- fnrrtlr linlltl of . UUUU iit. 'iwu. .iww-.- -, i. luteii .w e, crib, ana atock, smoko-lioits-r nil necesarv outmiiuiiiigs, a goon ,...... ....! ... lk,ilrti,itii. .. .ruii'isiuilintm .fuiijiiiw...". Alto 2? Acres lot house of Land . adlotnliiK uIhivo .hIiI. andtu.1 and . . . !...... .. . .. .nitr IIIO lailU OI 1. si, nruti', .ivn i. tobacco barn that will hold live acres of toUTANFOM). KY. good. bacco on It. This is lMt.i. productUo upland III f 1. ..II lllnl.t.. 111.IW rilll -- ....- ITfV ... to- IIIIU IS Hll IHIMIIVi rats All kinds of ri'iulrlra; dore l rfssumM bacco this season. This Is desirable land for Cpholstrltis S.tut. etlou rumi vinya-iniiu siruwocnivs. small fruit 1 or linml. or Mill !.... ll. "- Willi II KUUU lllltinuk i.fi.i nt or 20 bushels of 12 barrels of corn brinir . . is liS tliu ncrc. .....I I. j"-"- - nlliulilil llm A. S. .whealII to I... .. i2..i .aim f.ir.l limn iiujiis ut3 13I..I..1'.... stand- Surgeon Will nlso fiell ...good driving hor-e-1s. . . ..1.1, mum liv i lira umi, a i i Dentist, jotIHBE Mambrlno Startle, 5 jctvrs old; 1 half Norhorses 2 brood and work man draft by maroi 2 llllv colls, 1 Tenco: S Juntby cows: Shorthorn cowi 2 4 of Offlcvorer McIlolxrU' Drug Stor In lb(i.Owil7 grndo Jersey heifers, Uulldiog. - . tlium oreu io China ahoatsj 20 Herkshlro nhoatsj 2 laud turnliic plowsj 2 mowing machine:Xe1 liny , rnkot lcraln drill, harness, tool. cash, naliincooand On lands, Tkhms 12 months, with 0 ior cent. Interest from date of sale and n Hen retained ou the land. Other property sums under S10 cash: over 120 davsou iiegotln- that amount a credit of cent. Interest from l.le note, bearing 0 ier II J. DAHaT. date. In Konlaud, will otTor Ky., on at public sale at my residence ROBERT FISH, ni ss Tuesday, Jan. nth, 1898, 1 . 11 e, coal-housi...-.--- H. D. PHILLIPS. iclly h., Gun nnd Look Smith., PRICE, .- td. a . i'"' ".'..,,' d, u' Stanford, Ky. i"(jiori:iwj .... DR. W. B. PXjNI f DBsy - J. Jones, TINNING X. STA NFORD.KY., , IK-n- OcntiNt, : Oilier on Lsncastrrstrrclat Stanford, : Ky. ' : Itnldfitc. & PLUMBING, J. T. W StTTTOKT, Kentucky - al Is now prepared to do all kind-- of Plumbing and Tinning Sole proprietors of Hlnck Diamond Hoof Paint. Tolephono No. ujn"i.v Miop on .miii si 20, residence 21'" 11. Uimghmau&t'o.N M"' HuBtonville. Undortalcor, Stockholders' Meeting. 0(Tr h!.srTlcrs to th Ml'le fWst IJnroln and CaK' cuuiuit. I uli .lock ol CotSu.and hand n. fl f.l...... 4 ij. ....U.1.IU. i.iiiivHtciim.u.ii'1. A mrctlng of tho MocUidlder- - of the First National Hank of Stanford wll bo hold at their liuuklne luiuso tho hecoiid Tuesday In January. IsUs, for the purpose of electing u Or prices going higher. Wo have been tryDirectors for the """'"? venr. grade of coal ing our best to Keep tho JOHN J. MeKortKKT. t ashler. on hand for we only order from the ln.t minus. No mean coal. We ate advised that No Danjjcr Of a Coal Famine - : bt Stockholders' Meeting. A J of the meeting of tho stockholders e. l Tails Hroucli. Parmer Hunk and Trust Co.. will bo held will now I ml forwarded. other Jelllco coals Mt . and banking house the tlrt Wednesday ut their same a last season. We will keep lu January. I'--, tor the purine of elecilug I'rlcw you In rjCome and see u 11 Directors for the ensuing xenr J. II. OWtf.'n. Cashier Wool-rirldg- A Plentiful Supply Stockholders' Meeting. meeting of the (.tookholders of the National UanlTof Hustourllle will Iks held ut their banking house In llustonvllle the0 secU'lwwn ond Tuesday In January. I ;.electing U and Di12 a. m . for the purpou of to bervo tho ensuing year. rectors J. W. HUOKnit. Cashier. A NOEL & SON, KY., chit-die- n T. L SHELTON, HOWLANI). lias Gone Uncle into the Coal -M I...I..1 tliA Tulll. ntl CouU co, VM llranrh nnd ulhur u( ainniwru imironnp Vtr.1 ttk ln .!.,. ... .. fWWW uiu! liuuuc. lSs1lll-- r It ll 1l....,t V IV I rtlililiiillii W .V. 1( JtJUU mill " ilUfc J H. Hllnti, which will rvcMvf romnl ;tt ft ...I 111 I..... ....., ..!.. 1 Business s The fiscal court adjourned finally on Friday, without purchasing the principal roads, and trouble Is anticipated as soon as the gates are replaced. The Monday, new court will convene but will not bo likely to take that matter up. Thq newly elected orHcers have all given good bonds and are ful"For fully two years I have been afflicted with ly equipped to enter upon their duties. kidney trouble and pain In back. I tried many The long and excellent service of T. remedies and had jrlven up hope that anything B. Robinson as sheriff and W. B. Macould help tne. I was Induced to try your Uobbs Sparagus Kidney Pills, and am pleased son as circuit clerk has endeared them to say that two boxes have entirely cured me. to The people nnd heir many friends I am entirely restored to health by the pills, in hope that they will find more pleasant fact they have made me a new man. It is and lucrativo employment in the fu surely a wonderful remedy, and I advise all ture. similarly afflicted toglvo these pills a falrtrial." There are many here who concur Ciias. Glovek, 214 W. Green St., Louisville, Ky. with Mr. Forrester on educational qualifications for suffrage. Let it shut out black or white, democrat or republican, it is a move in the right direction. So is a bill to make It a penitentiary ofKidney fence to carry concealed deadly weapV FOn. f.U.E AT ons. T. his Is the only way to prevent to-da- y, Chicago New p. Nothing Very Wonderful. "I saw a man knock down a mule I lnt B, HIGGINS, DKAI.r.H IN T KUlIlOtl 1- - ! OiiLiJiu.i THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. Manager. Music - Tuesday, Thurnlny and Sunday Evening. tc-da-y." "He must hate been a very strong man." "Oh, no; he was on auctioneer not above the ordinary in size or strength." e. Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles. SHELBY & SHELBY, LIVERY.FEED& SALE 8TABLE Opportunity of Your Life A flrt-clas., up-to-d- CURED SO I PARAGUS S J Elevator, flnu Ko. Id euro mill Mock Tossr. of wheat and corn for bale. Mill running Johnny Pa, what does it mean by full time and cllipo-dn;- ; of cntlro out put ut "unknown tongue?" saiLraciory prices. Tim plant should bo Pa ft is the tongue of the .silent seen to Ih appreciated, . will bo! o!d at a ..? in .woman, my son. Hy the way, .vou hurcaln buidne'iiemiii forces mo to lull the milling Terms easy, ('nil on or nedn't tell your mother I told jou address, O. VANAltSDALK. that." Boston Transcript. llustonvllle. ICy. A Division nf Lalior. YAKls Mamma Uessie, why don't you wash the dishes? It is easier to do u thit,g than to sit and think about it. Uessie Well, mamma, you wash the dishes and I'll sit and tliluk about It. Browning's Monthly. The Leading Specialists of America MlMconif mod. 20 YEARS IN OHIO. I was never drunk In 250,000 Cured. my life. An Vn known Mill with barrel flouring Agricultural Implements, High-Grad- e Junction City, Ky. FIrit-ClaTnrnouu, proiuot attrnilon, Try rraaonalilt ratr. A purtlou ol jour afnnage o 16 loliriUsU resctfullr Fertilizers and Coal. nsroTioEJ i puru; .... . j JjlAsLiflAHlV' All prrwmi dnlrln Ijtkuu PoH for plank fence, Offlcu on rut and ralllDs: or wlr ft my rati tliid wbat thff Goods Warranted ns Represented. vantat mr itorsnrar Cjslar Cnk, on theI plk. alio Main Street, opposite Elmore's Store, lradlmc from Crab Orchard to Stanford " krepon baud aauilrof plank fur frntlmr. All Stanford, Kentucky. boardi alw klixUoflutiibvr lorbnlldlui andshlnglr. .Ml stiii Jr.lriuR anr article ot J, L, TOTTEN. SALI8MAN. this klad can call ou me at mr storo nrar Cslar O. V.aiyOI.CTON 3i Crrek. DfisK.&K. d FIRE INSURANCE Mason Hotel M11S V. D. SIMPSON, Tror. Cold-wate- r i enny Urug OlOre, 44KH4444H4 M-tf- f STANFORD KY. fo&&&&&&&lfaljkfijbl!bi4 )fr$t JThe popular ft f :: frfr i Wtr wwwtfcw w WWW&W&WWWWTb& 1 :: ;! ! EHMEffll mBey'WM'iif'm f.iff.UT,iflf ' K ! -- K jttjttjt; vtfrvwwv: "",'""""'",f : WTTTtT :: :: tlttlTTJTtttg ! Legislature will pass bills, consistent w'ln lie foregoing opinions, a general registration law, a bettor election law, and abolish the railroad commission, making it the duty of every officer in the Commonwealth to indict railroads for cliurgliij; unequal and excessive freight rates, that body will bo immor- tuueu anu every inemoer, wno iukcs a . u .1 iui b iu iuu (juaaugu or sucn Dills, can rest assured that a tear and d flower will be dropped upon his grave, or, perhaps the chiseled marble erected to his memory. Now is the time to present some of these bills, and the member who docs so, will likely be elected governor next time. J Dp. h Col. Bourbon (admiringly) me, suh! An you don't look liken n r that could stnn much, eithah!- - Insurance Company OF BROOKLYN. PHESNIX LaucaHter, i. : .mo 13 Newly .i. furnished; !! mm s. Kentucky. PortorM clean beds; splcnilsd 89 . U. LiMIIAM. tabic. moot John II. Everything trains WECURESTRICTURE Thousand of vouns nnd lnldillo-ncpmen nro troubled with thtidienc manv unconK'Iouily. Tbey may liaoa imart- chnrgo, dilHculty in commencing, wenk oruaus, imisidoni", and nil tho j inptonu of nervous Uoblllty tncy Uavo hllllC-TUKDon't let doctor experiment on you, by cutting, ttrctchlng, or tenrlnif you. '1 his will notrtireyou.iisitwlll return. Our N'i:W METHOD TUKAT-MEN- T absorb tho itricturo tlftno; henco removes thontricturo permanently. It can never return. No ialn. no cuffcr- inir, no dotcntlon from business by our mothoJ. Tbseoxualorenuiarertrunittk-ened- . Tho nerves aro invlporatcd. and tlio hilts of manhood roturni. Citlkua.s. Journal. She AVIint lie Tried to Do. Did you .say Henry is in lag tciifaiion, rmaii, twimnc stream, thurn cuttine nalruat timet, rllcht dliu with his neighbors? He No. I did not; he tried to tone! every one of them, but they wouldr t have it. Yonkers Statesman. JiiHt Wlint He W'nntcil. Hewitt Did you get nny pleasure ot.t of that cigar I gave you? Jewett Yes, it made me so sick that I had to taken week's vacation. N. Yf Sec-ro- t ton'1 Caledonian : Insurance Co., of Scotland. INSURANCE COMPANY I VOUNDED 18O0. OF LIVERPOOL. R.B.MAHONY.Agt., STANI'OIID, KV. SJ t BmBBE Aguu & CaSTLEHffl. Louisville. MANAOKKS, Truth. WECURE GLEET Thousand of younic and middle-age-d men aro linvlnc tnclr rcxnnl lcnr anu vitality continually rapped by this dis-ciuo. They aro frequently unconpcloun nf tho cauio of tlteso f yinptomf. (Jcncral Wcaknesfi, Unnatural UiKnnrgos, tail ing .Manhood, XervoiisncM, i'oor Juem- . n. lln.n. kmn.llnn Uah. t ... T wl . a lit nation, Kunkcn Eye, vrlth dark circle, vt oaic jiaeic, uencrai Depression, J.ack Varicocele, Shrunken of Ambition, Partn. etc ULEET and STUICTUKK may bo tho cauto. Don't coniult family doctors, as they have no ciperlcuco in thefo- - ipcclal di?eaica don't allovr Ouacks to cxtHirlmcnt on you. Consult .Specialist, who havo made a life study of UUcatcsol JlenanU Women. Uur.M-.METHOD TUL'ATMKNT will nosl. lively euro you. Ono thouund dollars lor a caso wo accept ior treatment and cannot cure, lermsmoaoratoioracuro. I 1 Oompaerco iBnilding, , The New Woman In life, my of Ilcr .Succphm. - VS 'I'll' I" J " Throughout tho outh, . . . . I What is i:: io Hi 1 f:i WW KAXK . 1. A, , tH-BACO- J. KHKH, CUteujro. vpmms&Js . m ftf m tf ! ! ! X tjt rjt jt A Virginia Negro choked to death Topics. while eating a Christmus dinner of Wanted n Warmer Job. 'possum and sweet potatoes. The broth"I see rhat you're going to leave the er who preached the funeral doubtless police force at the first of the month, took a9 his text: "O, grave, whero Is Tim." "Yes, sir. It's bad sleepin' out in wintheir victory; O, death, where is thy ter." Detroit Free Press. sting ?" Courier Journal. A single pair of herrings if allowed Still on the Free List. lit41 to multiply undisturbed for 20 years "The new tariff may have raised the would at the end of that time not only prices of some things," remarked the supply the world with food, but would observer of men and things, "but talk ' Is cheaper than ever." Detroit Journal. become Inconvonlently numerous. The longest telephone lino lu thq Tho Verr JJcut. world will be opened about the first of Tomtom dt's usually a pan's best ' : t io year, connection being mudo be- friend that elopes with his wife. Buzzf uzz Yes, his very best. Town tween Seattle, Wash., and San Diego, Topics. J Cul., a distance of 1,700 miles. j A Dot and a Dnab. Chicago's death rato for last year ' Jack My fiancee has quite a dot. 14 to 1,000, the lowest of any w.ts only ' Tom other city of more than 200,000 Inhabi- a dash. Ahl Y.then you'll soon cut quite ; N. Truth. ', dear? The Sweet Girl I don't hnTc any aim; that's the reason I make a hit. Town your aim vaat t. l ti ..fijv. W. A. THZBBZiX, IyOcal ! ,.'i:?itl.'c,ri6.rtriJB Agfnt, Stanford, - if - Kentucky fi'J- .. .." -- t- - ii T'TKVJ Wffll sjj'y."vwr' 24 HOURS The Florida .V New Orleans limited trains of the Quoon & RoutO lun through to Jauknonvilleand New Orleans iu "21 hour from uiucinna-t- i 5V.vVWW,75TT!"i' WlKOmWi Crescent CURES GUARANTEED and enre; RMIRSTONH. tTnnnlT.I., cvnurria ni.L'ivr STHICrUltK, IMI'OTKNCY. BECIIET DItAINS. UNNATl'HAI, DrSCHAItQ- KS. KIHNKYand HhA UPKU DlM-aFHEK. CONSULTATION HOOKS Tf unabln to call, write for FRKK. UUME UliAMw lor QUESTION TREATMENT. T A CIFT i WORTH SHOWING Wa treat 1 -. I Kennedy rRs. Kergan o Tlieso fast trains are of the finest typo, to relative and friends, If you wero fortu-natcnoucli to rectilve one, Is one of our luxuriously fitted, and running on n per-- f ct road-bee.xoulsltu Oriental Hups, with the Unique Deslpns and Kick Coloring of and Artl-tl- c Winter Tourist Low round-tri- p tickets Smtrna, Daghetan, Anatolia, Hokaruli or on alu throughout tlio North. tho less exiHJtihlvo ones In liuntlsoinu Juiiau-esAn elegant servico of Cafe, Parlor, aud If not, please jourelf with one til the Observation ('nrs on Ihcsn irniim linn. prices wo nro asking. ble daily train service. o. tants. Wimimmvmmm tf 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. i I Writo for infonrfatlon to W. C. Rineareon, Gen'l L'asa'r Ac't. Cincinnati. O. Send 10 cents for flno Art colored LithoIlranch Store and Undertaking Outfit at graph of Lookout Mountain and Chicka- mauga Ilustonville. Ky. W. W. WITHERS, Kentuckv. Stanford, -