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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898010701 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. JJ tit- - -- trrwj "Tr---rjT"tr- '' SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. TU UN l'l K KS COaTI NG TOO M UC H . I'KOF-LKSAC- Y GOV. BRADLEY'S MESSAGK. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY JANUARY 7. 1898. NO. 88 'lii i.V i . v if 4 amended so that tho cases Involving LANCASTER. less than $.'100 can not go before this AN KXCELLKNT SfATK PAPKK Fl'J.L. OF PISC'AL COL'UT'SCOKBD VOK ITS Dogs killed 20, out of 23 sheep, betribunal. TIMI'.LY SL'(SUi:STIONS. Regarding the Houses of Reform, the longing to James Dunn on Saturday Gov. Ukaulkv's message was deliv governor recommends notion that will night near White Oak. A recent Issue of tho Danville AdvoAfter the ChrNtmas Holiday the Session will bo resumed Mr. Joe T. Arnold, of Paris, ha9 been contained this pointed letter from ered to the Legislature Wednesday. It cnablo the auditor to pay out the money cate ;3xCo2.d.a,3r, Ta,n.-u.a,r37-occupies eight or ten columns of the necessary for the construction of one here for several days to see his father, a IhtHtonvUle correspondent: o dally newspaper and Is therefore too such Institution at least. It will be re- Mr. J. L. Arnold, who has been on the New pUplls entering at that tlmo will de received Into tho classes. For full Information President Win. Wurren, of tlic call on or write to Mils. Saiht.ev at tho College or wrlto for catalogue. gravel spread lengthy for us to handle In Its entirety, membered that tho present statute on sick list. pike, is having fresh WILLIAM SHELTOX. Piiesidev. and Moreland) fear- as much ns we should like to do so, for this subject Is inelleotlve. for the rea between this place Senator Farrls hns succeeded in hav some member of tho court It Is generally speaking a most admir- son that It provides for the nppropria- - ing John Norrls. n popular young man ing thut might pass on a tour of Inspection and able document. The Urt matter dis- tion "out of any funds in the State and a nephew of his, elected a page in get drowned in the mud. It was well cussed Is the State's finances nnd n ta- Trensury uol otherwise appropriated." the Senate. ble Is presented which shows the S. T. Evans has moved his store on to taku this precaution, jjg Tho governor repeats the recomuien- This prompts mo to say thttttho turn- amount of indebtedness to be 4,4"!),. datlons'of his last message regarding Richmond street. Capt. T. A. Elkln Have the Cheapest Line of pike question Is In a worse shape now 50.1.47, after deducting every asset. Of local taxation for school purposes and has gone back to Atlanta, after being than at any time eltico It was llrst agi- this amount the educational bonds are tho abolition of the present TrtMcu ut home for a few days, tated. Our county court In their blind not subject to redemption, but const!-ut- e system. He also calls attention to tho ' The city couucil met on Monday a perpetual debt, the Interest upon allegation that Kentucky Is In the night, but did not elect a marshal and eagernesH to freo tho roads and exult grasp of a school-boo- k in a llle cheap glory for It, have con- which l" payable trust. Particu- attorney on account of the absence of lie then proceeds to handle the mobs lar stress Is laid upon tho necessity for one member. They meet again next tracted for a number of roads without n dollar to pay for them or any lcgltl-mnt- o without gloves and those olllccrs who better school facilities for the Negroes, Monday night. Tho board of supervisors, consisting In tbo cltv. means of rnUlng funds for that permit men to be lynched and ev- and It is recommended that another en connive at the crime. Hancock 'Normal School for their beneilt be W. T. Phorigo, William Whorrltt, f purjKMo. Joseph Burnsldc, E. H. Walker aud In addition to thU the said court has county olllclaU are especially and se- tablished in Western Kentucky. The governqr goes for shysters like a Richard Hackley, is in session and will bought some of them at prices 10 times verely criticised for their failure to 13. their value. In other words, the stock punish the lynchers of the Negro, thousand of brick and urges a higher likely remain so during the week. Uncle Claybourno Lear, who is 02 In nearly all those bought has no mar- Uuhrod, hanged In broad day light on standard and u strict enforcement In ket value; hasn't earned a dividend for tho public tquaro. Turnpike raiders tho matter of conferring license to years old, says that we will have 20 At and the communities, which cither en practice law and also such legislation more snows this winter, having had 5 10 years or longei'and never will. tho prices offered by tho court the own- dorse or wink at their cowardly oera- - as will provide punishment for the already. He says that wo will always to lions, are scored without limit as well class of advanced nnd accomplished have as many snows as equal the numers of the stock will realize g 8a per share. This Is Mmuly defraud-ln- as the tleeal courts, which have become shysters, and, If possible, eliminate ber of days the moon is old when the -T- --yt county this bonollelarloi of the crimes, and the them from the profession. nisi- snow iaus, ana inai tiie moon was the taxpayers of the I am now prepared to make all kinds of Picture Frames to order from tho Choapest to worthier, cowardly otSiecrs who openA strong appeal Is made for the re- 2o days old when the first snow fell this much. Expensive. All work done Promptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Also carry The peal of tho separate coach law and tho season. He claims that the sign sel- tho Mot and Most Complete Hue of owners of other roads wheso ly countenance the The the Largest .inilr 4 viihmhle. earnltiL' from six to value of tho State's interest In turn writer takes occasion to pay tho Negro dom fails. Uar-nish- es Mr. Carl Herman, the world's most Wall Paper. Window Shades, Paints, Oils, 10 jMJr cent, are offered but a Utile plKos have depreciated from $100,000 to tho highest compliments for his faith wIiomj stock has earn-- . 5100,000 and "If this spirit of lawless- - fulness to his old master In war and his renowned violinist, will give an entermore than thoe Brushes Z Window Glass lo il- nuss is not stamped out the day is not good record generally since he become tainment at the court-hous- e ed not one cent since the war. lino of Fine PICTURES for the Holidays. Call and sec Thursday, under the auspices of the In Central Kentucky. Iland-om- c lustrate, the road from hero to Stan- far distant when the State will be com- a freo man nnd a voter. institutions are in a Lancaster Orchestra. Admission 2oc, has beuu earning six per ojnt., for pletely under the control of swash ford Our charitable many years and this satue county court bucklers and highway robbers, who most thriving condition. The total ex reserved seats UTic. Ho gives a diversiNo. 30(5 Main Street, Danville, Ky. offered Us owners MOo per mile. Tho will rob, murdor and Btoal at will." As penses of the aiyltims for six monthsof ty of all delights, all new and original, to a relief for mob sufferers the Martin ls!0 are iJ17o.220.PS. showing a decrease aud his collection of musle cost over road loading from Crab Orchard Lancaster hasn't made a dividend since law has proved inadequate and he again of 23,(110.'J.') and an average decrease ;?b00. It Is needless to say that he has , the highest recommendations. W . tho war and has now a judgment hang- urges the passage of a law making the In per capita of $11.35. r r T t-- s Frank Riley, colored, drove here of the party devices on ing over it of 17,000, yet it was bought c iiintk"! where mob violence prevails The retention resM)t slble In damages to the widows, the ballot is urged and increased safe- from Lexington In company with a al 5000 Hjr mile. There Is neither consistency nor children or hoirs of persons killed, and guards thrown around tho ballot which woman, and was arrested on a warrant, PRICES OX COAL. Primary sworn out by Mr. J. I. Hamilton, chargbusiness methods in snoh work, and mspousioiu to muse injureu in person Is the bulwark of freedom. rescind ah Uiumj or property. Further If county judges elections should be prohibited on the ing him with stealing the horse and tho court ought to "We have 10 cars Coal of all varieties in our surrey from a physician in Lexington. '.!I) contract, datormlno tho vuluo of thum fall to appoint guards on application or same day of a regular election. yards and are going to ell it during January, 1 application nil by tholr earning enpaolty and their persons fall to make The necessity for new public build- Both parties were lodged In jail. AfJ! 1S9S. Jf you want a bargain give us a trial and physical condition at the tlmo of pur, through fear, county judges of other ings is vigorously set forth; "Kentucky terward Riley was brought before ' counties should be euiowerod to act probably has the most Indifferent Capi- Judge Durnsldc nnd confes-e- d chao. to the if we Avill furnish you any kind rou want at a price Thirty thousand dollars Is an ample! and If they fall the chief executive of tol of auy State In tho Union, save crime. It Is said that thev sheared the .., er. Only one bargain that will be an sum to pay for nil the roads In this the State should b empowered to place some of them that have been recently horse's mane and removed the fenders ' ill stock in of any value to troops at the gates, with ihe right to admitted," ho says, and tho executive of tho surrey to prevent Identification. ('Ijl country whoso to each customer. tho holder. If the next county com i collect lolls and account to the proper mansion has to bo propped up to keep He will bo kept In jail until March clr- - ifrft will proceed on strictly business linos authority, to lie retained on duty by it from falling. Tho location of the cult court. TIJ) A few duys ago, County Clerk J. M. i &v thoy will frue all the roads and nol ov- him as long as he thinks noccsciiry, the Intter Is mostdlsagreeable, overlooking m erwhelm the county with an unjust expanse in every instance to be borne the penitentiary as it does ono way and Duncan, asked a husband to retire from ' III proposed bonds are re- by tho county to which tho troop are huge smoke stacks tho other. He sug- his ollice, while he took tho wife's ac debt. As tho s gests that the site be sold and a more knowledgement to n deed. The husgarded as worthless there is no oilier sent. The Burenu of Agriculture und Land eligible one bought. lease them for one year, or way but lo band, who was unaccustomed to such Olllco are useless and should be aboluntil tho bonds are legally voted. It is recommended that laws bo en- procedure, retired slowly leaving the ished. They cost thousands of dollars acted to prevent the Invasion of local door ajar, through which he peered Hubble, without corresponding benelit. The au- option laws by reason of the jug trade with un anxious gaze. Mr. Duucun, ditor's otllce could easllv discharge the and that the sale of cigarettes and cig- seeing the situation, read more rapidly Jas. Dunn lost 21 nice sheep by dogs. duties of the two offices at a great arette paper be prohibited. than man ever read before and, having Virgil Rice Is back from Atlanta. Ho Tho present salaries are In nearThe penitentiary troubles over the concluded, invited the gentleman back, of Mack bought a pdlr of grey mules ly I'very instance twice as much as they chair contract at Frankfort and the with a tremulous voice. He was glad Uulunks for J 110. were at tho conclusion of the war, when burning of the shops at Eddyvllle are to get oil with his life and he now fa Kid. George Gowou will preach at the premium on gold wns greater than detailed at leugth and numerous rec vors the abandonment of such a useless tho Christian churoh hero Sunday af- ever before. There is no reason why ommendations made. custom. ternoon at 2 o'clock. A tax of i of ono per cent is suggestAfter tne tollgates were replaced on of such a condition of affairs should exist. Mike Rogers has sold his one acre Tliono So. The criminal expenditures are con- ed for the purpose of hotter equipping Monday, J. A. Doty, president of tho S3TThe Finger ofil'ast Experlenco Points Straight to C2T house to, land and small dwelling stantly increasing, and under the pres- tho State guard. Richmond road, applied to Judge Burn-sid- e Alexander for 175. It Is claimed that Kentucky pays ent system will continue to Increase. for guards. He allowed two for glad-t- o note that the I. J. We are Tho Indisposition of juries to Inlllct the twice as much for school books as the each gate on that road. It is believed tho new year with three more starts in denth penalty is causo of much of the States north of us. If this be true, that trouble will follow of a more seri- -' new subscribers at this office. and this difficulty could bo such laws should be enacted as will ous character than removing the gates. Eubaukt) aud Hubble are back from increase largely obviated by laws empowering remedy It. If uniformity In text books It is thought that if no guard law had Atlanta. Eubanka old thls load of the jury to pass alone on tho question should bo required, the prices would been enacted, the roads wou d have mules at eC0.7.' and Hubble his at close of guilt and Its degree, and conferring be necessarily reduced. governor says. Dur been purchased at the prices ollered by Concludine- the to SCO. power on tho court to x tho punishEd Whlto Is having Tom Molan pre- ment. Witness fees which now amount ing my tent I havo made faithful and the fiscal court. Many believe that the pare a model to show up tho attach- to &i!l,000 a year should bo reduced by diligent effort to maintain law and or- law, allowing guards, will be repealed ' ment to a wheat drill, for which ho Is providing that witnesses living within der: enforce economy In public expens- and yet it appears that property should ' If you owe the firr of Farris & Hardin pur- bu protected, although the guards may of becking a patent. e shall not es; advance tho causo education; cost moro than the property is worth. ' n live miles of the welfare Dr. Herring was called to lance rocolve any pay; those residing within ify elections, and promote the As tho bright blaze consumes the oil carbuncle which C. 1. Underwood has 10 miles .10 cents per. day; and those in of the whole people. I have exorcised more rapidly thnnjthcditn one, so does ' some time. The power with the greatest been suffering with for the county, whoso residences are more tho pardoning bright and vigorous mind destrov . patient is rapidly Improving. caution pardoning und remitting less tho than 10 miles distant from tho court, the strength of the body nnd. ns a rule, We don't like to sue and bsk as an especial favor that you A. J. Rice has bought the saw mill house, $1 per diem. Other drains are than 20 per cent of applications, while been sawing for him on his by olllccrs Issuing warrants charging my immediate predecessor granted re- shorten life. The truth of this is uni-- l that has versally conceded; and yet it river farm. George Lawson has rented grand larceny when the offense is well- - lief In 53 per cent, and his predecessor to explain how a majority of is dillicult ' the boys, and lots of applications, cover the Frank Kuglcmau house known to bo petit larceny and c.xamln In 15 per cent, who, their mothers and fathers say, are glad to have to nnd moved to It. Wo uro Come up and Pay Like a Van. lug courts being permitted to hold a ing ihe same period. I only reier the smurtest beings on earth, live to a ' him and his good family neighbors onco number of examining trials the same the facts for the purpose of comparison, press has seen tit to ripe old ago. It is equally dillicult to again. day and charge $2 bach, which is becauso n partisan utterly condemn me. I may have com- tell what becomes of the smart babies, W. lUWLtNOS KOU STATU SOl'T. against the Intention of the law. It mitted mistakes. This is human. But considering the crop of men at phe end J. At the superintendent's meeting hold should be made the duty of tho county I trust that a people will of each succeeding generation. If brilIn Frankfort iast week, there woro attorney, under penalty, to Investigate remember that "to err is human, to liancy hastens death our young orators and make report'eoncerning these classmany good things said, but In my forgive divine." In conclusion, allow and statesmen should turn their lights ' W. Rawllngs, of es of cases. J. Indulge- tho hope that during down, or our country will soon be, In a Tho olllco of jatlor is another very mo to measure, depopulated. made tho best speech that nnnvillu. your session we may heartily Tho message of Gov. Bradley is gen-- ' His subject was "Taxa- expensive one to tho State und ought was made. for tho purpose of advancing tho By tho way Sup'. Kawllnga is to bo abolished and moro stringent iawa material interests of tho Stato and that orally approved In this section, except tion." prominently spoken of as a candldato should be enacted to curtail the abuse moro substantial good may bo accom- mat partoi u wnicu relates to tho reShould ho of law as to pro tern judges, and in fnr KtiitasuiiGrintcndent. prede- peal of tho Separate Coach law. Tho iuablljty to servo plished by you than any of your railway coach is regarded as a tempoconclude to make tho race, and I be- cases of protracted cessors. rary room or home for tho traveling concluded, ho after a certain period, no salary should lieve he has about 60 An eccentric gentleman In Chicago public and separate compartments are support of this be paid to tho regular Incumbent. Pro will receive the hearty which 7 gnvo a Christmas dinner party, tern judges cost $18,851 last year, as essential there as at home. Tho section of Kentucky. A Spkctatok. Have it put on while tho weather Is bad. Mrs. Black, dictates of reason In Judge Patton's district and ?3,- - was attended by Mr. and suggest this and the Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. It Is seriously proposed by a French 3!2 In Judge Edwards' at Louisville. It Mr. and Mr. andGreen, Gray, Mr. ami better class of colored peoplo do not Mi's. object to It, and It is no moro a thrust legislator that mothers convicted of In- was not the intention of the law that Brown, Mrs. Lemon. at them than It Is at the whites, as we shall bo transported and com- convict guards should get 10 cents a Mrs. Whlto and Mr. und fanticide Miss Mary Kirk, tho translator of aro not allowed to remain In their pelled to bear one or several children, mile each way,but only for one way Bureau of Ameri- coach. Nature has erected an - aa tho crime have been more or less and tho Legislature should raako it ex- Portuguese In tho eternal, can republics at Washington, receives eoclal barrier between tho races, anp plicit. Such guards cost last year aggravated. Tho grand larceny limit should tho highest pay of any woman In tho this law is intended to regulate and Tho supremo court of Georgia has of tho government. Her salary fully execute nature's decreo. It will decided thut when a mnn reaches 00, be raised to $20 and thus savo many employ Is 81,800 from Uncle Sam. thousands yearly to the State. bo dillicult to convince tho present tho term, old age, can be truthfully Headed toy U. 5. MODEL, 1)0. 38,353. Mrs. James Baker, of Frankford, Legislature that the law should bo reThe charitable and penal Institutions living, to him. No limit has been fixed Son of Klover's Model, No. 20,719. tho greatest breeding hog Claude, and HUNDLEY'S young chil No. 11,007. Fine, of the Commonwealth should bo placed Del., who already had eight OLAUDE, No. 12,691, son of tho World's Columbian Champion, pealed. woman. as to tormy young boars ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, und brod sows thoroughly basis, and dren, gave birth to two boys and two ss in overy respect, with At London, Ont., 30 persona are on a At Russellville, Robert Evans, aged a specialty, for sale, ThH stock U strictly appointed on account of tholr girls, all of which uro doing wen. pedigrees, tj'rlces reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wauts or, coma and known to havo been killed and many officers Since tho war 30,000 Negroes havo IT, stabbed to death his schoolmate, Hin inv hoirs Injured by tho collapse of a iloor In tho especial fitness and experience. of tho George Duncan, about tho same age, A few fresh Jersey Cows for salo. Thoy are good ones. Also Mammoth Pekin Duck For the relief of the court of appeals been graduated In tho colleges A. E. HUNDLEY, Box 195, Danville, Ky. Eggs, il for 13. city hall, where tho candidates were during u ooyish quarrel. It Is recommended that tho law be South at a cost of 100,oou,uuo. speaking. Stanford Female College. GfyUQ Dan-vlil- On 3rd., 1898. JlOCKErV A ti semi-annuall- Ledgers, Memo. And Day Books, es-o- Prescriptions Filled Night or Day. Phone ; CTTO - s. 1 J to-nig- A. E. GIBBONS, t T5-2- in Ar r,mr, -- i mtihmb eye-open- t MAb r i i ! 1 J , J. H. BAUGHMAN& CO. WHEN YOU WANT I I euv-In- g. Prompt, Efficient And Satisfactory I SERVICE, PENNY'S DRUG STORE. , - , 11 TO YOU ! court-hous- You must Settle Your fleet, at Once. Do't Force Ls To Sue You. MARK HARDIN, - STANFORD. WE HAVE A fair-mludo- d i lop For Tbt Buckkd Of Yours $3,-41- B. K. WEAR JEN St SOW. $9,-02- 7. High Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cfyinas. flrst-claup-to-d- up-pll- ed non-partis- I . m r, f. it'll i.i 'flWWPf'TPW IvM.1l,y,TW & ! 'VWnm':rmrT'V'!i - $r"1 M I f 1 I ;f Thn mltUR nninoil l.flfU.MO standard ,...-- . RELIGIOUS. silver dollars during December. Two Iowa girls who didn't like the By tho explosion of a keg of powder .' ln Scott & Davis' grocery store at May sermon, waylaid tho minister and him. field, a lire was started which caused a Eld. F. W. Allan, of Fulton, Mo., loss of socral thousands of dollars. will preach at the Christian church R. Bruce Dohoney, young lawyer ofplasgow, son of Judge Sunday morning nnd night. Row W. E. Ellis writes that ho and R. B. Dohoney, was found dead in bed. effected. his wife are dolighted with tholr new He wns troubled with heart disease. McKlNLEY hasn't given up Banna's E. II. Trlplett, president of tho Al- homo in Nashville. His church is a Tim salient points of Gov. Bradley's election. He knows how money talked corn Agricultural and Mechanical cul- o fine one, with fine people of much mossnge will bo found on our first in his election and is very thoroughly people, near Rodney, ture. for colored page. He handles his subjects liko a of Its etllcacy, in moving Miss . was latally shot from ambush. Rev. Dr. Andrew Hunter, who was a man deeply in earnest and in discuss- convinced Dr. Isham H. Harrington, n Louis- delegate to tho famous general conferand other legislators, especially those of the ing the turnpike raiders Buckeye variety. He may be right, ville dentist, was arrested on a serious ence of has been elected from mobs his language is as vigorous as it but it is to bo hoped not. charge. Miss Dulcic Crenshaw alleges nrKausas 10 me general conierence 01 is well directed, and his suggestions that ho made a criminal assault upon IS98. NEW-YEARS- ' are in the line of saving the State's POLITICS Dr. Morris Evans, of Texas, one of her. honor as well as its money. The other Kid McCoy says he will not consider the best preachers who ever held the Dr. William Leverette, colored, was principal points are the recommendacommission to appointed county physician of Chris- Oharllo Mitchell's challenge, because Methodist pastorate here, is tho guest tion for a the latter refused to fight him In Eng-lau- d of George P. Bright, and will preach manage the State's eleemosynary in tian. and advised him to fight a middle- at McKcndrec Sunday next at II A. M. stitutions and hold office during life or John D. Martin was appointed, postI take this method of making further good behavior, the abolition of the offi- master at Madison ville, and J. M. weight instead. John Mills, of Huntington, Intl., fell publicity of my appointments at Mc ces of Commissioner of Agriculture, Jameson, Jr., at Millersburg. Register of the Land Ortlco and Jailer, Gov. Taylor has withdrawn from the dead while attempting to kill a hog. Klnney on next Saturday and Sunday. We extend to all our thanks for reformation in criminal expenditures, race for U. S. Senator in Tennessee and He was not found until after his body Will preach Saturdny, 8th, at 7 1. M. their patronage in thc past year a revision of the election laws, reduc says he will run Against Senator Bate. was badly disfigured by the dozen or and Sunday, 11 A. M. and 7 P.M. J. M. and wish each a Matthews. Owen L. Smith, a North Carolina more swine in the pen. tion of the salaries of State ofllcers and Writing from Stanford to the LouisJohn II. Blackford, tho trotting Negro, was appolntrd minister to Li the repeal of the separate coach law. Happy and Prosperous horse breeder, was fatally injured and ville Argus, Rov. J. M. Bruce says The entire message is dignified in beria, to which place Lawyer Albert Jacob E. San- among other things: Horo I baptized his aged father-in-laof a mind, White, of Louisville, aspired. tone and bears the impress New Year. Rev. Oliver Bertram, democratic dusky, instantly killed by a train nt n my first converts. Here I built my first which seeks only the good of the State, By continuing to buy goods at thc Barring tho suggestion to repeal the candidate for representative in the Cincinnati Southern crossing in Lex-- j church and burled the first dead in my flock. Among them was,, that lovely Jim Crow car law it is thoroughly non- Clinton-Wayn- e district, is contesting ington. Louisville Store. Wc will be betOwing to the discovery of a danger- spirit, Austin S Hale, and M. G. partisan in utterance and the Legisla- the seat of W. D. Powers, republican. ter equipped than ever before and who was the soul of- honor, for Politicians concede that Boss Hanna ous counterfeit SK"0 silver certificate, ture will do well to adopt many of the have resolved to give you better contains. We be can not win, and in the event of adead-loc- k six being discovered in one day, Sec- whom my soul still bleeds. R. E. Barrecommendations it retary Gage has called in the entire is- row, that prince of superintendents, goods for less money than in thc Gov. Bradley is trying tolive lieve that in the Ohio Senatorial contest And yet others, my fully up to his promise in his inaugural Judge Day will be the administration's sue of 20,000.000 and will destroy the then followed. past. Always call to sec us bethou faithful supporters, the memory plates. address to "do his duty as God gives alternative. fore you buy. of whom I delight to cheristi, have him the light to do so" and in thi9 he Senator Deboe will withdraw his bill since gone to their rich reward. Sweet MT. VERNON, of tho to reform the civil service and substl-- ' deserves the hearty be thy rest, dear departed saints of tho of the government, tute therefor a bill calling for total re legislative branch Mrs. E. Herrin.is quite ill with ty- - Lord. as he will receive the plaudits of the peal. He thinks the new bill more photd fever. best people of all parties. likely to secure democratic support. Three schools are now taught here MORELflND, One of the surprises of the caucus with the romantic way that wa3 tho nomination of Mrs. Caswell with good attendance. Struck King Sz Prultt are busily engaged Thero will bo a silver medal contest a number of girls are said to have. Bennett over Mrs. Emma Walker Hcrr in taking an invoice of their stock of ciught husbands, Miss Cassie Wllhoyt, for enrolling clerk of the Senate, after here Wednesday night. Judgo McClure has been very 111 but goods In anticipation of a prosperous a pretty young woman wno worKS in a the latter lady had apparently nailed trade for the coming year. Is slowly improving In health. necktie factory at St. Louis, crochetted jt down. Chas. Bohon, T. J. Robinson, Bowen Mrs. Kirby entertained a number of her name on a tie, with the hope that The TJme:3 sav3 ln lhe librarian race House new Goverand Jones Baughman shipped some equally as romantic member of Miss Pauline Hardin will lead from her friends at the Miller three cars (S.) head) of cotton and su i the other sex might see it and write to tne startf lf not t0 thc finish it j3 j if. year's eve. gar mules to Atlanta Monday morning. Miss Ida May Adams has returned to her. One did, and wrote giving his ticuit t0 estimate who the contending In Tuesday's issue of your paper Mrs. R. E.Thompname as Stockton and Louisville as his candidates will be. The caucus will Caldwell College. mention wns made of W. II. Routt and son has returned from Garrard. home, and a lively correspondence en- -' not be heid tlli nevt week. Miss Risso Williams is quite ill. Jones Baughman renting the Yowell sued. She readily succumbed to his, The bill for the reform of the civil of land at $730. It should have wooing and after photographs were ex- service law, which has been drafted by Mrs. Georgia Rice thinks of visiting tract read $1,000, Mr. Routt informs us. Japan. Arthur Scott is quite ill. changed, they became engaged. The a special committee of republican ConMr. G. Spears showed us a coming The Signal olllce has taken up quar fellow wrote her to come to Lorisvillo gressmen, provides for sweeping chang mule that mensured 1HJ ters in the brick hotel and Bethurum and marry him. She consented, sold es in the existing system. Its essenhands high. If he continues in this everything she had to buy her wedding tial idea is to limit the law to clerks in it Bethurum, attorneys, occupy rooms rapid growth In tho coming year Mr. trousseau and the other day arrived in Washington and certain large cities vacated. Spears will have a curiosity. We might Ed McHargue, who accidentally shot Louisville. Stockton was to meet her and fixing a tenure of five years. himself while hunting near Pine Hill, say In the connection that Mr. Spears at the Union depot, but he came not. The Legislature organized at noon is in no way related to John Boyle. and after waiting nearly a day for him Tuesday after prayer in both Houses is dead. His sutTerlng was great and IJY Wm. Akin informs us that ho will death was a happy release. t3 put in his appearance, the sillv girl by electing the following caucus nomiAt the last meeting of the Aid Socie- begin tho erection of three new houses sung her tale of woe into the ear of a nees: In the Senate: President Pro on the piece of land he recently acpDliccman, who tried to find the recal- Tem, Hon. Wm. Goebcl; Chief Clerk, ty at Mrs. G. W. McClure's Mrs. Will quired off the Edwards tract just north citrant lover, but in vain. She then Wm. Cromwell; Assistant Clerk. Jas. Smith was elected president and Mrs. of the section house. Heretofore tho McKlnney vice president. Hiram began to realize that she was a sucker E. Stone: SerL'eant-at-ArmC. E. Som- ft Besides ihc burning of the children demand has exceeded the supply in thc who had bitten at a very light bait, mrr! As.sIstiint.Sm (rnnnt.at.Amn. Will way of houses to rent, and no doubt Mr. and sadly turned her face home, Klair: Enrolling Clerk, Mrs. Caswell at Pine Hill Mr. Owens was badly burned. Friends have extended con- Akin will find the money well invested. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Hridles, ward. Girls shouldn't believe half of Bennett; Doorkeeper, R. T. Tyler; Parties desiring to do an act of genthe romantic stories they read, nor the Cloakroom Keeper, Ed Stanton. In tho dolence and aid which were gratefully Iluggy Robes, Horse Nlankcts, Whips, &c. uine charity aro asked to visit tho other half either. The old iasnionea nm,...,. n,,um nnn t n w no..ir received. colored, near M Boswell preached a most homo of Gabrlul limit), Rev. J. Riom Opposite Court-Hou- se way of wooing and being wooed can't ham: Chief Clerk. C. Brock Hill.: A Square, Stanford, Ivy depot. Gabe and several members be Improved on, and the girl who tries slstant Clerk. Green R. Keller: En- excellent sermon at the Christian the his family arc confined to thulr beds it usually gets the hot end of the poker. rolling Clerk, Henry Williams; Sor- - church Sunday at the beginning of his of pastorate here. The subject of tho with sickness and the U. B. F. lodge Percy Haly: Doorkeep- of which he is an enthusiastic member, IT seems that the scenes enucted in er. W. M. Lyons, of Jessamine; Pages, morning sermon, "Turning over a new tuts so far ignored his condition. forciFrankfort during the election for a U. Emraett Holland,. H. K. Alexander, leaf," seemed to strike every one Mr. J. Singleton captured tho second many good resolutions S. Senator are to be repeated at Colum- - Twyman Lackey and Walter Snod- - bly and caused premium for the best kept suction on In the minds of his hearers. bus. O., in even a more aggravated grass, the latter of Mercer. The following ollicors were installed the C. S. road for tho year of lftl7 and form. The Senate was organized by Monday: Judge, R. G. Williams: sher- as it amounted to $10 cash, it came in a tho democrats and the House by VICINITY NEWS. iff, Henry Catron: county attorney, P. mighty handy for our accommodating It is very necessary this Cold Weather to Keep the Hody Warm: republicans, tho boss' man J. R. Wharton will bo postmaster at D. Colyer; school superintendent, W. section boss. Tool house No. :M Is now You can do so by buying d Good Boxwell being defeated by Mason for A. B. Davis; county clerk, M. C. Mil adorned with a handsome sign anspeaker. In the voting Hanna showed Mitchellsburg. The insK)ctors ler; jailer, Mr. Grillin. All are good nouncing tho above. Fred Durham, Casey county's three votes short of a majority, but his men and are expected to servo the pronounced his suction with tho exfat boy, now tips the beam at managers claim that two of those who year-ol- d ception of a few hundred yards, as tho county faithfully. voted against his man will fall into line 219. ' Mr. Rice Haverly, of Red Cross, Ind., best piece of track they had over look- B. Garrett of the Georgetown, EnJ. for him at tho proper time. All sorts fill nvrti". of bulldozing tactics are being resorted terprise, has gone to Corbiu to edit the nnd Miss Ora Hansel, of this" place, Miss Gracie Coovert, of Shelby City, were united in marrlago Sunday. Eld. to and open bribery is being tried. News. ollieiuting. Mr. Hav- is visiting friends here. Mra. Elkln Heavy Lined, Water Proof Hoots and in f ict any thing that goes to John P. Dickin&ou, father of Miss John Carmlchal Money may save Hanna, but it now Louisville, where she make thc body comfortable. Hring thc money TERMS CASH. looks like he Is a goner, which will bo Jennie Dickinson, who jised to" go to erly is a brother of our present repre- left Saturday for college here, died at Mfddlcsbom the sentative and a most promising young goes to be present at tho wedding of better for the administration nnd first of the week. His u ife was u Miss man, being at present engaged in her daughcr, Miss Lizzie. Mr. J. H. better for tho country. teaching at Beverly, Ind. Miss Ora is Minks, our postmaster, has been con Dishman, of Barbourville. Gov. Buadluy calls attention to the The Advocate has this to say about a beautiful and charming girl, who will fined to his room for several days with lung trouble Dr. S. M. Pipes left shameful abuse of tho law granting a splendid young man: ''John S. be greatly missed Wednesday for Brumlield for a few pay to pro tem judges, the amount so Baughman has been sworn in as deputy days' rccrcntlon. Mr. .1. K. Helm, Sr., HUSTONYILLe. pall amounting last year to more than sheriff. He will make a good and Is able to be about again after a prothe salary of six regular judges. Wo George Dinwiddio was the fortunate tracted spell of typhoid fever. have known u special judgo to secure The sale of the telephone franchise won Mr. B. R. Castlgan, who Jives at tho pay for two days to make a decision, to Messrs. VanWtnklo & Price was ap-- i holder of No. 84 that n ... tho . beautiful , . . J High House, just over In Casey, had on which the court of appeals wasn't five proved by the board of council and t.hnl The tollgatc on the Hustonvillo & exhibition at Hunn it Coffey's store minutes reversing. This leak to tho purchasers must corameuco work on Liberty pike was replaced Wednesday here Monday morning a stuffed wild treasury nnrht. tn h Htnnnpfl nnil nt. thn thn ltn . .u- -, .. t.. in .!.. morning. It la expected that the gates cut that attracted a great deal of ati earliest moment. ceptance of the bid or forfeit the relit' on the Bradfordsville road will follow tention on account of its size. Mr. CasThe Reliable a 1 A good deal of foolish discussion . . .. suit mu tlgan informs us that in a two days' .i. J. JUUIUIUI WIIU ui ueii. VUBSIU ill. an3 ntntn r9 natn nulUn.1 Clayuccalled i..ihim Tuesday after near-b- y An error was made in the count of hunt near his home ho "holed" seven Hl "" on keep- tho nomination of a Negro thc votes for Miss Pearl Rose. She re- foxes, two wild cats and captured one A, 'y two months' er of tho House cloak room. Some of inwM,Hii absence. Before leav ceived '583 and was an easy winner by cat, and It was not a good tlrao for the n oi.. .... u .,? tho Necro" members $25. When asked if .n n kissed thc over 100 votes, without the aid of any dogs to run either. To old "Billy" all V niiu it f.t refused to vote but Ely, of Todd, got general, she a wee j HuiicitiiiLr honor is due for tho capture. P. S. blushed and replied: "It's '7rrirt Vi flirt Vrtitroll ltinrl une rented Please do not let Harvey Helm and there all the same. As the office a none of yur outness; I'm not U 11 U1IW nt U"WI going to 1. menial one and the Negro a democrat, ' , for tobacco. About 90 acres was rent- Jesse Lynn see this. " Is altogether the action of tho minority ed for hemp und 80 acres for corn, Will Tell You Something Interesting 1 ? ' bhe l?,m' untenable and reprehensible. $7.50 per aero for each lot At Red Hill, Thurman Padgett was will not say when she will return to bringing money rent and W. H. Routt and Jones stabbed to death by Jesso Knott bo White Hall. Baughman tho renters. This land can cause of an old grudge. Elmer S. Buimuss, of Louisa, Va., ' telephone circuit of who by the way is a relative of tho be bought for &0 per acre doubtless! A Npaa;.cj RrtPflw TnlH writer, is doing some good work as car and renting for If) per cent upon this 1,600 miles was successfully employed i J Lafayette Housee was burned to umount should be picked up quickly by between Gallatin, Tenn. and Norfolk, toonist and illustrator for the Louisville In that lino de death ln the house of John Tilley, near parties looking for good, safe invest- - Va. Dispatch. HIa talent veloped at an early age and with plen- - Carrollton. Both Houses of the Legislature arc ment. In tho northern part of New York ty of material and full scope he is des-- 1 Dr. Brown is yet confined to his room now organized and the announcement r tlned to make a big reputation in his'Stul the mercury dropped to U4 do but better than for some time past. Un of tho committees in thc lower body Is grees below zero. profession. cle Gcorgo Powell, whom everybody expected tonlay. j A cargo of fil) 1,000 pounds of sugar knows and regards u ono of our best Isaac Beck, an express agent at Mun- Durrant's attorneys seem to bo at the arrived in New York from "Cuba, the citizens, is very low with lung trouble- - cle, Ind., killed himself rather than as- -end of their rope and let us hope that first in many months Mrs. Nannie Owens, of Cumberland sumo tho responsibility for making a their client will be at the ond of his Five generations of the same family Falls, who has been visiting her friends mistake which cost the company $30. the last time set for his execu- were seen In a church at Dillsboro, and relatives in this county, returned Dave Hunter, a Negro, was whipped Is Receiving his- tion. California laws seem to bo fully Ind., a few days ago. to death near Clinton, S. C, by a numto Whitley county this week. Thc bad aa that of other States, when the Vine Grove, Jesso Knott stab- - ilyof Mr. I. F. Steele has returned ber of farmers, because he broke his murderer of two helpless girls, can bed Thurman Padgett to death, as tho from Louisville and will make Huston-resu- lt contract by secretly moving from the stay the attoneraent so long. Good Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give him a of an old feud. ville their future home. farm he lived on. Call. yet that Gorin the man will not succeed THE INTERIOR JOURNAL U. S. Senate from Maryland. Twelve of tho 18 republican members from 'Baltimore refused to go into tho cau Stanford. Ky , -- Jan 7. 1S98 cus, thereby entering their protest against McComas. Up to this time an organization of tho body has not been W. P. WALTON. cock-sur- e I It is not so himself cow-hid- ed 11 well-know- n ' J Col-leg- 184-1- , non-partis- inc Ne-viu- s, - ! The Louisville Store. J , two-year-o- ld &Eim UODGKCAKinG j s. Practical Trimmer, Embalmerand Funeral Director. C. M'CLARY. 4 e geant-at-Arm- s, tmnmzmza 2E5tl HfFFl WA1H anti-Hann- Overcoat, Oversnofis, Ear muffs, Warm Soft Untterwear, Gloves, infin-itlvel- y H. J. McROBERTS. !,' HIGGINS & McKINNEY, l. - - 1 " , 7'" ,',..' ta 111 I I CASH : GROCERS. Spaee Next Week. J KWV " ittZ T T " ' long-distan- I In This I I h. c. TIE MERCHANT TAILOR -- to-da- y, u fam-Ne- ar FALL AND fm im m WINTER GOODS. 3teu- tdfctLkX' i Ctojj tmmtii , xis-- gmm - ' wl THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I Stanford, Kv., - Jan. 7, 1898 E. C. Walton, Businkm Manaoi:h. CASH PAID for life Insurance alleles. Addrcbs W. S. Allen, P. O. Uo.x, 157, J Danville, Ivy. SPECIAL work mny bo left to us with tho utmost contlilenco. Penny's Drue Store. or dlllicult prescription PERSONALS. Ex REYNOLDS Is up after several days' illnces. tt MISS SUB W'ONHK U visiting Huiyin. at J. W. UAL'OHMAN lb In Atlanta with a car load of mules. Miss Anna Rr.ii), of Hustonville, win guest at G. 13. Cooper'. Mlts. T. J. TlTTKlt, who has been sick for fomc time, Is convalescing. Mkssus. E. 'f. Pkncb and Free Silver Johnton are In Tennessee buying cattle. Miss Madii: and Mastkk Di:n Hp.LM have entered college at rela-tlve11 Wll-more. Uhonaucjh returned to college at Cincinnati Wedthe dental nesday. Die. J. M. x Miss Susii: IJuinklky, of Somerset, spent several days with Miss Sue Wll. lie Hale. Miss Lkna Palm tut, of Klrksvllle, is visiting Mrs. W. V. Lyon, of the West End. Dk. W. N. CltAK! has taken a room over Iligglnn Si MeKlnnoy's store for . his otllcc. J. C. Flouknck has returned from Daviess comity, whuru ho went to soe a sick brother. Mu. C. II. Haydisn is vUltlng Mr. Joo ColTey's family, that is to say one it, at Livingston. Hl.KDSOi: Hailicy has qualified as deputy county clerk. J. IS Cook Is deputy at Hustonville. of J. i , MIL J. V. IS.MLKY and son, liuli, of the West Etui, took the train here for Perry vlllo Tuecday. MltH. Maky UowmaN has been called to Abingdon, Va., by tho Illness of hor son, Horace. -- Advocato. Mu. and Mns. L. M. Whstkhkiki.I) havo moved to Mr. M. D. Elmore's proHirty on West Main Street. Mlts. Nancy PitocTOit, who bus been visiting hor daughter, Mrs. H. I. Martin, returned to Ml. Vernon Tuos-da- y. Mil F. IS. Twidwhll, of Hustonville, A gantloman of elegant leisure Mneoho sold out his businuss, washeie yustorday. llHV. R. It. NoilL has moved into the property in the Wot End of town vacated by A. M. Pence, who has gone to farming again. Mil Gkoiiok Clnninoham, of Kl on turn-plk- o Hsburg, a hero buninoss. Hu l a director In the ISradfordsvilla toad. Dlt. J. IS. KlNN'AlltD, eon Virgil, of Lancaster, and Mm Margaret Hiidgcs, of Louisville, took the train bore for the latter city Wednesday. Mlts. Wai.i.kk Chisnaci.t spent several days with hor slstur, Mrs. Lucy ISeuley, before returning to Fort Scott, Kas., for which point she loft Wednesday. 11 Mil W. II. HlciolNS, is In a precarious condition. Hu Is passing a gall Mono and snlTorlng iutoiisejy, though ho was ranting easier as we went to press. Mil Aliihkt Skvkuanci:, cf Stanford, was here lata week tho guest of friends. Mr. Sevoraneo Is a son of the lamented Joseph Severance, of Stanford, who was one of Lincoln's best and best known citizens. Richmond Climax. V ago. Mil Thomas Piiiilps, of Madison, settling up with the court as guardian for Miss Florence Myers. ISy the way this young lady lias btfon suffering very much of late. She let jugof'mllk fall on her foot and although no bones have been found to bo broken, tho doctors havo been compell ed to put It In a Plaster of Paris band- Is down 11 HOME NEWS, DaNKS warrants his work. Kraut just opinjd at Shanks'. . A NICK suite of rooms over fliggins Si McKlnney's storo for rent. ABaHHI'.LoI & Warren FA KM products taken in exchange Si Co. " for coal. J. II. Baughoan m BuciCWliKAT Flour, N. O. Molasses and old Honey at Warren Si Shanks'. m m right piano .,11 Good condition. Orchard, Ky. Harris, Crab .,. -- FokSai.kok Rent. i.i m Splendid n Up M. J. Jim Wlckorsham, wad held to the circuit court In $l,f00ball, which ho gave. J T T Colykk, the Kjllceman, who killed UltlAll D. 1SKU1HT starts into business by letting the people know about It. Roudhlsad.und putronl.e a very worthy young man. If 1 It rained most of Wednesday night and all day yesterday and tho signal service said it would continue last ..tt,t Tim mmi una s men alter me y and cold-- J freeze is terrltlo. Fair prediction. er is tho to-da- If- - BaiNO your watch or clock in court Stoiumcoom next to Farmers Bank John Richardson, of Logansport, ! day to Dank, thu jeweler. for rent. W. P. Walton. Ind., attempted to kill himself because his wife told him sho loved her mother On My farm U ported and I intend to Wu have a full Block of Falls Branch Knob Link pike, near Shelbv City. HlGOINS Si McKlNNEY are ugents better encli. any tind every than sho did him. Cull on DK CLIFTON FOWLEK Presi- trespisiing In any wuv on person caught Coal now. J. II. Hauehman & Co. for Champion binders and mowers. niv iirurnlsea. j " 88 Rev. R. B. Mnhony performed tho dent J. E. imi'CE, Stanford. It will bo to the advantage of any Bou Hail's Somerset bank declnred ceremony Tuesday thntunitcd the lives one having n St. Louis range to call on a dividend of per cent, uftcr paying of Charles Brown and Miss Lizzie or address J. T. Jones, Stanford. expenses and carrying SU0:s.3o to undi- Ross. They are both 20 years of age. TINNING & PLUMBING, David E. Bates, who has been a mu Tin: second term of Miss Ellison's vided prollts. seum attraction at utucago by reason school begins Jnn. 21. 18DS. Terms $2 KY., At the election for 11 directors for 'of having seven wives, per month. Your patronage solicited. the Farmers has been con-- I Bank & Trust Co. held on victcd of bigamy Is now prepared to do all kinds of I'lurnblng . and given a peniten and Tinning. Solo proprietors of Deun'H SlinitlKPS. M. OWUNS has appoint- Wcdncsdny, the old board in full was tiary sentence. .L'EALER In. Muck Diamond Hoot 1'aitit. Telephone No. SO, residence. ed Jesse C. Lynn and Cabbell B. Owens unanimously retained. Shop on Mill t.. oppslto J. Mr. Praugott Baer, of Louisville, II. liaughmnn & Co.' Mill his deputies und.they have been sworn We will clone to take slock Tuesday married his seventh wife on New In. next, and would ask nil our friends and Year's Day. Five of his wives are ! To You. You must pay your account customers to make their purchases the dead and one who was a widow when he married her, is divorced. lit once. Delay is dangerous m) don't day before. Warren Si Shanks. All persons having clnlms against tho estake chances. M. S. & J. W. Baugh-maWhile seated in a church near Perry, The Confederate Veteran, of Nashtate of K. T. l'lcrce. Liberty, Ky., aligned, nre hereby notified nnd requested to present ville, the best publication for soldiers Oklnhoma, Mrs. ChrUtlne Pontis. a their nuWfclaims, verified as required by of the Lost Cause and their friends, cun young widow, took morphine and died. Januaky lot is past and gone and law, to the undersigned assignee at ComShe had been distressed for several mercial Hank of Liberty, Ky., within 00 days you are urgently requested to call and be hud at this otlico for 00 cents a year, from this date. All persons Indebted to tho provided this otTor is accepted before days because she caught her lover kissI necJ money. settle at once. II. C, est ii to of said l'lcrce will call and settle at ing another girl. once with said assignee at eald bank; otherMarch 1. Rupley. wise suits will bo tiled on all unsettled A Kentucky man walked 112 miles to O. A. I'KEWITT. Assignee. claims. STANFORD, KY. Please call and settle your account. WHEN you come to court Monday secure a marriage license. Sorie peo Lllnirty, Ky. Dec. 24, 1SU7. be sure that you are prepared to pay pie travel a great distance and submit We have adopted tho cash system and must close up our credit business. W. your bill at this olllce. Our patience to great inconveniences to get into has ceased to be a virtue with some of trouble. Washington Post. FOR B. McRoberts. CONDITION OF THE those who owo us. Don't wait to be I desire to sell my farm, one Trust Co., desirable In central Kentucky, of the most If you owo the Hrm of Fnrrls Si Har" further dunned; come to the olllce and When the Somerset Reporter's devil, Farmers Bank Wnlter Scott Burton, who Is but 10, din you must settle it at once. Do this settle. OF bTANFOHD, KY., went to get license to marry again, the Containing About 425 Acres, immediately and save yourself botb At the cloe of liiulncn Dec. 31, 1897. Killed. A dispatch says Thomas clerk asked the usual question: "Is trouble and expense. Fronts on a good plko and to bo survc3-cd- . Lanahan, of Stanford, an engineer on this your first marriage?" He replied: Is In less than 8 miles of a railroads, county seats, Stanford, D.invlllo and Lancaster, and Look, Look. A $1 bottle of Dr. the C. N. O. Si T. P. railroad, was kill- "Oh, h no. I just gave up a blamed HESOUIICES. is one of tho best grain nnd stock farms any Woods' Sarsapaallla for tXr cents. Of- ed In a wreck at Anodel, Tenn. Ho good mule to get n divorce from tho Loans anJ where. Hounded on 3 sides by tho Hanging lcs loans to difice on Main Street next to Farmers was a son of tho late Billy Lanahan, other woman In order to marry this S273,V)9 14 Fork, good springs, good soil and plenty of rectors 15 Ixa ni to directors, otliccrs not Included.. 123,100 07 timber, alwut 25 acres sown In wheat and Bank. Sample ddsc free. who for years had chargo of the sand one." acres ready broke for corn and all tho balG,000 0) Mr. R. J. Foster, of Liberty, and Ixians to officers ance set lii grass. Only necessary to bo seen Rowland. . ,202 41 to Overdrafts. Look out tax payers. Tho advertis- house at be desired. Sec me for particulars. Miss Annie Singleton, of Lexington, Due from National banks 4C,2nJ V, A. M. FELAND. ed list will be In tho INTEKIOK JOUK-N.McKinney. Matt McKlnucy. who passed through here en route to More-lan- Hanking Iioumj and lot Stanford, Ky. 00 5,000 65 on Friday, Jan. 14, JSM. So you was bore under treatment of Dr. J. G. 1,995 82 where they were married Wed- Other stocks and lionds had better settle. T. D. Ncwlnnd. $10,371 00 Carpenter several years ngo. died of nesday. They were nccompanied by tpecle NATIONAL BANK 12.203 41 , consumption in New Mexico, whero be Mr. J. D. Dalton, of Moreland. a raer Currency for 25,593 20 J. C. FlokkNCE has transferred his had gono in search of health. His chant at that place, and Miss Annie Exchanges and clearing... . 2,953 79 00 00 Furniture Fixtures OF STANFORD, KY. general merchandise storo to his oldest body will be brought to Hustonville Fisher, of West Virginia. Mr. Dalton son, A. B. Florence, and will devotu and burled there He was a son intimated to a reporter ?3S7,015 00 Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 that there LIAUILITIES: his wholo lime to tho duties of post" of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McKinney, of would be another wedding shortly, Attention of the public Is called to the f.tct that the Capital $200,000 00 master. tho West End, and a splendid young principals of which would likely be Surplus stock this is the only National Hank in Stanford. Un19,433 41 der the provisions ot the National Hank Act Fund man. 1",5,.V1 03 depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, Individual Deposits himself and Miss Fisher. J. B. HluwlNS has sold his carriage but by tho stockholders' liability for an amount 1,5Q 11 Due to National ltank equal m the stock so that depositors of this instituand implement business to Uriah I), ALCOKN. Mrs. Amanda Alcorn, wid12,013 41 tion nre secured by a fuud ol SJIO.UOO. Five sworn Due State Hanks and Ilankersl0,198 30 Bright, who will continue the bu&inuss ow of the late Dr. David J. Alcorn, statements of tho condition ol the Hank are made FHRM AND TRADE. Oovernmcntand its J337.0I5 90 each year to the United Statestimes by government at tho tame stand. Mr. Iliggins will died ut her home near Turnersvllle assets are examined at stated STATi; OF KENTUCKY, 3.) cattle agents, thus pecuriog additional and perfect salet; F. Roid sold to Montlc Fox probably go to Lexington to live. Wednesday afternoon after n long illCounty ol Uucoln Srf. to depositors. This institution originally established as the De ness of consumption, agod about 70. at 4c. I. John IJ. Owsley, Cashier of Tlio Farmers Uank posit Uank ol Stanford In lb5S, then reorganized as Suit. Oakland Sinolkton an- She was tho mother of J. II. Alcorn, J. C. Lynn sold to E. P. Woods seven Trust Co., a Hank located .Stanford business on the National Hank ofStanlord In 1S05 andagain and dolnz in said counMain street, In the town of nounces that in addition to the 2d Sat. with whom she lived, and the step steers at .1!c. reorganized as the First National Hank of Stanford ty, being duly sworn, says that the foregoing an uninterrupted existhad in 1882, Is In all nspects a true statement of the condi unlay of each month jt required by mother of Dr. Ed., D. J. nnd L. C. Al-- J James White sold to J. C. Johnson a lion of the said Uank, at thf cloe of business on ence for hasyears.practicallybetter supplied now wltl. 35 It is transacting business promptly and liblaw, ho will bj at his olllce In Stanford corn and Mrs. A. T. Ilunn, and was an bunch of butcher cattle at 2Je. the 31 day of Decemlier, l.97, to the Uwt of his tacilttles for in Its long and honorable knowledge and lclif; and further says that the erally than tver licfore Individual?, fiduciaries, Arms on Mondays, until ho move to town. excellent Christian woman. She had John C. Pepples to M. S. Baugh-ma- n buMncofsaid Uank hat been trans cted at the career. Accounts of acd individuals solicited. location named, and not elewhere; nnd that the boon a member of the Presbyterian a pair of mare mules for $100. DIRECTORS. alxve rert made in compliance with an official Dk. R. J. Dennis has opened up in from thefretretarv Mate church for years, but at the beginning J. W. Hayden, Stanford Race courses have decided to reduce notice received of December, IK) 7,ofas the designa- F. Held, Lincoln Co.; ting the 31 day day on S. T. Harris, " S. II. Hauguiuan, " tbu TNTKKIOK Jot'KNAL storeroom on of her Illness she requested that Eld. Hocker, " the admission foe this year to 50 cents which Mich rejiort shall lie made. J.S. Tanner, McKinney. W. A. Trlbble, Main Street to advortisc and sell Dr. " K. L. J. U. Owsley, Cashier, J. G. Livingston preach her funeral and have no dead heads. J.n. Collier.Crab OrchM; M. J. Miller, MtArruon. Woods' Sai'stiparllla, at .'Sou, better than and ho &'ulcrlhcd and sworn to leforeme by J H. went up yosterday to do so. Her M. D. Elmore, Manford. Bombardin. a 100 to 1 shot, won at the 4th day of Junu.irv. is;s any ?1 bottle of tha same bo remains wore Interred in OPFICRRS. M. MtlfJHT, Notary I'lililic the cemetery New Orleans. Mazarine and Tremona uvs. J no. H. Owsley, Cashier;.) N. Menefno, Director I. S Hocker, President; J. J McKoherti Cashlt nt Hustonville at 2 P. M. yesterday. were the winning favorites. A. A McKinney, A!stantCashier. f. II Shanks, Director, J. Kuibry, Director Lost. Between Severance Si Sons' Tommy Burns, the light weight, has Flokence. It has been settled for a store and R. Cobb's houo one pair year or more that Mr. J C. Florence refused the 810,000 olfer to ride tho grey Harris caslmera pants, 45 waist, Lorlllard-Bercsfostring in England. .52 length. Leave at Sevoraneo Si Sou. was to bo K)atmastor after Mr. Rout's The Advocate says that Thomas C. was out and consequently there term and get reward. waa no scramble for the place. He will Ycagor will run a public training staTiKsUKirvlrors are going over tho rocelvo his commission in a few days, ble at Cccllian Park, Danville, this looks and will probably be but will likely not take charge until year. SUCCESSOR TO J. B. HIGGINS, , A car load of plain cattle at 4.10 and In session sovoral days longer. They Mr. Rout has sorved his four yours, fll of 1,440 pounds at 4.10 aro recont brother-in-laIS. F. Powell. G. W. Evans. which will bo Feb. 7. are Capt. He is a Sidney Dunbar, Jonlah Bishop ami W. of tho boss and while ie did not sales In Clark reported by the DemoI). D. Hays. consult us us to the appointment, he crat. Max Fleischman, on of the dead could not have pleased us bettor. Mr. Those of our gullible citizens who Florence Is well tilted for tho pjace, millionaire, has engaged Tod Sloan to Agricultural Implements Also agent for the Deering Binders, Mowlost by tho Hrm will .have some both by nature and training. He is ride for him this yoar. He will pay In knowing that James Kellogg, ers and Rakes Also agent for the Repairs for the above courteous and accommodating and hav- him 812.000. reputed founder of tho E. S. Dean Farris Whitley sold to Motmachines. Will be glad to have those who ing been a telegraph operator and a In New York, wa hold for con train dispatcher, he knows tho impor- tle Fox, for Well, ISO fat cattle nt 4c, think of buying to see my stock splracy to defraud. tance of punctuality and rapidity. Tho thus closing out their herd. They are go Saturday. Advocato. XL .3ST35 ASUsiial this olllco has received quite patrons of tho olllce aro to be congrat- to Mr J. T. Blngaman, of the Preach-ersvill- o ulated. a numburof calendars, but of all the section, sold to Dr. W. A. lot that of the New Orleans Collee Co. McKlNNEY seems to bo especially tho most beautiful and elaborate, unfortunate with regard to thefts. Brown, of Parksvlllo, 85 acres of land nenr the latter place at Hood's comes next, but his oiTnrt this Dudderar & Kennedy are tho latest to year is not up to his usunl excellence. sutler, their mill being robbed a few 822. The Richmond Register says that nights ago of 1,000 pounds of llour Thomas Phelps sold to Simeon Weihl IN settling their large account, which was hauled otT In a wagon. Mr,' d 32 cattlo at 4 and S. B. Messrs. A. B. Robertson A: Bro., tho E. J. Tanner, of Tanner Bros., of the largo dry goods dealers of Danville, same town, who havo lost thousands of LPhclps sold to same 29, of 1,250 pounds write: We oxpoct to use tho INTEKIOK dollars worth by thieves, suggests that at 1.15. Andersou Si Spillman bought of Jus. JOUKNaL even more this your, as wo the merchants of Lincoln form a proRedford several hundred bushels of tlnd that it reaches tho best class of jective union, for the arrest and prosewheat at IK) cents. Farris Si Whitley's people and a great many of them. cution of tho scoundrels who break 2.'i; export cattle shipped in 13 cars His Idea is to Saturday, AT a meeting of the directors of tho open and rob stores. brought them 814,105. AdSuinford Water, Light & Ice Co. Wed- havo each merchant put W Into a fund vocate. nesday night a dividend of 2 per cent, to bo used for that purpose and for industry of the South The cotton-see- d was declared to tho stockholders and them all to unite in prosecuting such amounts to 4,000,000 tons annually, val1 per cent, set aside for improvements thieves to tho full extent of the law. It ued at 8113,000,000. In 1S117 there wcro and repairs, which will be made. B. J. is to be hoped that merchants general- only four mills in operation; in 1897 C. Howe, tho director from Indianapo- ly will discuss tho mutter ami bring it there were 300, with more than to successful issue. lis, was present. invested. S. L. Huguely sold for 8100 and 8125 THE Commercial Bank at Liberty, two black jacks, 4 nnd 5 years old, to MATRIMONIAL. F. P. Combost, president, and G. A. Waketleld, of Shelby. One of the jacks Prewitt, cashier, which began business A Virginia legislator proposes a lax is a half brother of one 6old "In good In Aug. lSilfl, makes an excellent show- on bachelors. times" for 81,000 by R. C. Boggs. ing for tho last six months of 1897. On Logan ColToy, 21), and a widower, was R!flhmnnil ciimnv. n capital of $20,000 it earned Sltni7.:i:i, married Tuesday to IlUa Cornic Ross, . nut nf iirlil.ih tr Tinlfl n fllvtflnnfl tt l W. T. Goodwin, postmaster at Bap- ,, ' . 11 Tom Mmon' M' unU m3 AIIC0 U0 ' dad. a fonnd ffu,,ti' of embezzlement carried $y04..J8 to bitrplus. It has loans n, WI.P marrieu bv iu,v. x. Ma- , in the United Statas court at Frank and discounts of $42,817.58, a surplus hony on tho Blh Ho fund of $1,825.52 and individual deposits M,8d E(llth Kdloy, a pretty anilouncoj. 01 oi,u..i, o iuui ii Hum Duiivuiuuw old iri a in aL urCi i'U charged Fast freight No. 32, on the L. & N. printed at this olllce. with horse stealing. Enginwas wrecke'd at Nemo, Tcnu. Will McKinney, 22, and Miss Eliza- eer Tom Lenohan and Fireman Chr.8. TUKNriKKS. On our ilrst pago will Dabe found an article soveroly arraigning beth Adams, 17, were made one at Dcnham were killed. vid Noaks Wednesday. KNOWING HOW TO MAKE S tho lato tlscal court for ita lack of Tho Salt River, Ky. church is over Two men were shot to death and ono A BED methods in buying tho turnpikes, at was was seriously wounded iu a that is ornamental, comfortable and and for its apparent desiro to obtain 100 years old, and no marriage Waldensburg, Col., by an unknown man cleanly, the man did who invented the a little cheap glory at tho expenses of ever celebrated in its building. who seemingly vanished. brass and iron bedstead They are luxuMillard Wilson, aged 10, and Laura Attention is opecially the rious to repose on, and rich nnd handWhile playing Indian, Edward Wel-leI' (r7aWTiHsK9iKSBk HvH frl some for furnishing your bedroom. We directed to thu purchase at $H0O a mile Swain, 15, ran away from their parents aged 15, shot and futally wounded havo ornate design." in bras beds, with of the Crab Orchard Si Lancaster plko at Helenwood, Tenn., and were marhis brother, William, aged 17, near or without canopy, enamelled iron, with that has not paid a dividend sinco tho ried. brabs trimmings, and many designs at Tho marriage of E. F. Clay, Jr., to Chattanooga. war and has an old judgment of 817,000 low prices. Viola Marquant and Mlehuel Miller ugalnst it, while good paying pikes Miss Anna Carey Ward, daughter of otTered a less sum per mile. It Judge J. Q. Ward, was solemnized at were found dead in the tatter's saloon W. W. wcro at Monrooville, Ind. They had comwould be well for tho new Uscal court Paris yesterday. - Kentucky. It is announced at St. Paul, Mich. , mitted suicide. to overhaul tho wholo business and liruueh Store and Undertaking Outfit at In a quarrel over the division of land sinco it can not buy curtain pikes, until that Ignatius Donnelley Is to marry " 7&vricWt 10 VolfcPvtV Hustonville, Ky. stenographer, Miss Marian Han in Harlan, Josh Harper was fatally shot the bonds are pronounced valid, to lease his by bis brother William. wcckb Hence. rate. sen, six them at a reasonable - TOLLHOUSE for SALE Timely Warning 3 i , pro-o-cut- i a 'i i i II A.C.SNE, IL U Mt J. T. Jones, STANFORD, '.'1-- tf B IE M9 NOTICE n. SASH v.i , AND DOORS, 5 FARM SALE. 1 ! , L d, FIRST to-da- y. .V Ite-ro- rt 1 T.F.-HI1- Ows-lo- v rd U.D.BRIGHT, x GKET X w m m hi -- Buggies, Carriages, Blackboards, Farm "Wagons, satl-faull- on Com-pin- y. to-da- y lLT' PKICES. l- -i 1,000-poun- Watch This Space In Next Issue. SEVERANCE A SOWS. 850,-003,0- 00 , 1 it l. I ,.!,,, r- ,1 1 bttsi-nuH- bar-roo- m tax-paye- r. r, WITHERS, Stanford. rmm!ozam-&'' iAjJLfi. f Jl St A Thl rat for Kiiot ledice. FOR KENT. Value of Farm Lands. The country clergyman was nallinga Western papers tire noting On my premises .Inn. 1, 1808, will rent to THE INTERIORJOURNAL George E. Dlllnrd, special agent of the most important of tho changes in refractory creeper to a piece of trellii o 170 Acres Land to the New York Life Insurance Co., was West of the highest bidder Good farm of 103 Acre. IIH conditions during the past few weeks work near his front gate when he no- Stanford on Knot) Lick lilku mile on Fast cultivated In Hemp nnd lorn. A. I and ticed that a small boy stopped nnd found dead In bed in his room nt the SI Yowell, IttiMonvil'c, Id. tho rise in the value of of Hanging Fork. Adjoin 011aliodra.ooan.yo'XlrLa.3ritlc.vo Kimball Hotel In Atlanta. Apoplexy some of them are going farm lands, nndo watched him with great attention. sldu James A. Harris and Isaac lands of the Is Jones. ho faros tocstl-mnt"Well, my young friend," he snid, Intu i state of cultivation. Has Is thought to have caused his death. AT In a A Word To You. that In a very wide area the in- pleased to Rce the interest he excited, nnd nceosarv outbuildings. Fronts on pike Tho Suite Board of Charities shows crease in the market value of farm "are you looking, out for n hlnt'or two and Is In ln'st of nelKlilMirhoods. Address, (Jet von rShavts and llaliruth at that the population of Indiana has in- property has been no U. Ij. OKOW, McKlnney, Ky. lie Is tin slickest siid Harher per gardening?" "No," said W. w When not (on.iUlffi2.wO wilt e charged. creased Si per cent, during tho last cent. This added valueless than 20espe- on be wnitlng to sec what a the youth; best barber In Crab Orchard. Ky. "I parson do has been five years, while tho prison population cially noticeable in the Mississippi val- say when he hammers his thoonib." ! has increased 20.4 per cent., or almost ley, and one of the newspapers of CleveROBERT FISH, four times as fast. land, O., asserts that In the neighborA .Meilleiil Sut'ccuK. I will offer at public sale nt my residence D. S. RltTe was last Sunday elected hood of that city the change is very Tho crack barber, Is now back at Ids old "Mister," said the small boy to the lu Uovvlaud, Ky., on ready to TIME stand In Mrs, Egbert's to servo the Baptist Sunday school as marked, tuid that men with money tit chemist, "give me another bottle o' and haircut. a 1898, give you work should shave on him. Ho All N superintendent for this year. Everett command are looking upon such prop- them pills you sold father day before Tuesday, call needing KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Orchard, Ky. 05 Carson, one of our very best young erty, cither for loans or Investments, y cstcrday." One house and lot containing 3 acres, with sure to please you. Cralr . a barn for six head of m "Are they doing him good?" asked good Trains leare Stanford at 7: 10 a. m. and t p secretary, having far more favorably than they did last men, was crib, and stock, rcturulni? at : 25 p. m and 9 05 p. m the chemist, looking pleased. year. served as such the past spring-all necessary outbuildings, a good All of tills, says the Pldlndel-phi- a H. D. DIVISION. "I d'no whether they're doln father KNOXVILLE cistern and two hydrants. Also 3 Acres K. L. Tanner Is building a neat otlleo Inquirer, is gratifying both from any good or not, but they're doln' me of Land adjoining alwve Jiouso and lot and ,...12 37 p tu for Dr. J. B. Robards, who recently an economic nnd ..... No. 24 Train going orth asocial point of view. good. They just fit my new air gun." tho land of I. M. Ilruco. with a good, new .... 3 13 a tu " " No. 2 " The otllco The pushing of electric railroads Collier's Weekly. tobacco barn that will hold II vo acres of to,...12 Ot p m came here from Danville. STANKOHt), KY. " South No. 25 " bacco on It. This Is good, productive upland ... 1 27 p in will soon be completed and is located " " No. 23 " In through partstxf the country that were and Is all tllablo. II vo acres can goland toAll klmltof rrpilrlrn done ! ri"uhl ritfi For altlPolnts. Somenliat Different. for near Tanner Bros1, store. E. H. Moore not hitherto known, except by pedesbacco this season. This Is desirable hilimctlou guiravteed. When wo go to a masquerade party. and strawberries, UpboliterlDg a RO'TOH TICKETS SOLD. small fruit or vlnva-tis fittlnsr ud a residence near KIdd's trians bent on exercise, by artists or And corns area part of oilr woes. ,. ...v.l innrliut rlUIlVai lianu. ur win ulil. UAUUAUE CHECKED THROUGH Wo smllo at tho hells of tho Jester bUshoN of Store und will move to It next week. COMI botanists, or by those who caught f' ImrreU lit and Is Or 20 outside the A. 8. PRICE, For anr Information enquire of Dut object to "belles" on our toes. lust wli...t in tint McKlnney Lodge, G31, F. and A. M., glimpses of forests and fields from a cor Chicago New. JOE S. HICE, Agent, town limits ot Stanford, Stanford, Kjr. elected tho following officers for the window, as well as the knowledge that win i.i.. vll n mux dr v nir norses, sianu Surgeon HEWAIID KOH A GOOD not. by ard bred. 5 to 7 vears olds 1 marc.Noensuing year a few nlghtd ago: E. J. has come through tho almost universal Dentist, 5 years old; half Mambrlno Startle, FRANKFORT AUDCINCINHAT Tanner, W. M.: Bowman Smith, S.W.; use of the bicycle, litis made possible the rman draft hornet 2 brood and work by Stanford. Ky. VIA GEOltGtTOWN. J. II. Vanhook, J. W.: W. R. Gooch, return of the "Wayside Inn," as Immare; 2 tlily colts, A. U r. m. A. M. Pence! 2 Jorsev cows; 1 Shorthorn cow; 2 M.Es-te.M. by Longfellow, and has Secy.; W. A. Coffey, Tr.; Dr. E. mortalized of Office orer Mcltutwrli' Pru Stor lu thr,0tler Arl2 55 Lre. Somerset, 2.00 35 erado Jerev heifers. ' 1131 4 820 Jet. Uty, 315 S. D.; S. R. Walls, J. D.; M. F. aroused a love for country homes, such llnlldlm. them bred to ItogUtercd Jersey bull; Po- 2 630 "(W j fto Arr eonretown. Lt ysj as is so deeply felt by the comfortably land China shoatst 20 Uerkshlro shout; 6 30 300 Ryan, T. " Frankfort, 1155 20 turning plows: 2 mowing machines;Ac hay B. Tbleves entered the Favorite Mills situated portions of the people of Eng5 SO raUo; grain drill, harness, tools. 8 40 5!10 Arr Paris On lands, , cash, llalnuco 8 and Tkiim Daljy except Sunday. hero Saturday night and gotawoy with, land. Thcreare,lt is true, dwellers in the . Interest from C. D.BERCAW.G.P. A. 12 months, with o per It Is thought, 1,000 to 1,200 pounds of city who establish their homes for a date of sale and a lien retained on the land. Hour. A wagon was heard going out of part of the year in the country, careless Other property sums under 10 cash; oyer QUEEN & CRESCENT. that amount a credit of 120 dayson negotia11 and 12 o'clock that whether the investment be a pa ing town between Trains pass Junction City as follows: ble note. IwarliiK 0 per cent, interest from 3 30 p in night and is supposed to have borne one or uot from the standpoint of dol'' I'AitEi, No. l.South .... 11 57 a m No. 2 North date 1121pm "4 " ......3 46 am the goods away. Another raid on the lars and cents; bat. there are hundreds No. 3 " " 6 " 130pm 1125am No. 5 " Dentist, : Stanford, t Ky. 8 20pm 600am thieves of this section Is badly needed, of others who, while longing for the "10 " No. 9 " Office oa Inrteritreet st Itetldenr. pleasures of rural life, are handicapped but then Louisville. Ky., Royal makes the food pure, Rev. W. R. Davidson Is preaching at by tho thought that they cannot alTord to Indulge in a luxury, ami have therewholesome and delicious. Eubanks. Rev. Mr. Best, of Danville, AMERICANS EUROPEAN preached at the Presbyterian church fore to content themselves w ItH continuous life in the city, save during Undortukor, 1 IjANS. here Sunday afternoon. Tho Baptist summer Hu8toi;7illc, Kentucky church Is now without a pastor. Her their short years vacation. During Is the finest in The Lndies KestMirnnt the past few the country nnd tho doors are open to any reputable minOflrr tiUwrrUrs to ttie vole of Welt l.lllwln the city. Every convenience for ladles town have been drawing closer to each ind Casey euuutU-- Full slwl: ol Oit!iiiinl l"nl- spending the day in the city. ister who may wish to occupy her pul other. The part which ehemlstrv and .tialwaraoa hand. cjcntlent-n'Cafe on otllcc lloor. 1). ri. Cars-nte9i Manaitrr. pit when not engaged. Rev. T. H. Cole- (mention are playing In developing "Mother, will you Kike tne to ,. the the MULLICAN.tl man, of Georgetown, will preach for resources of the soil has raised the football match this .iftetnonn?" ITHCrYlAS A. Manager. the congregation on Saturday morning, vocation of the farmer to a higher "No, darting, but it are a good No Danger boy mother will let .von help her clean loth, at which time It Is thought he standard. Agricultural colleges - Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday Music hne her bicycle." Loudon Idler Of a Coal Famine Evening. will be called to the pastorate of the also done much to suggest to young Or prle- -i going higher. U'o iwve Iwcn try-Ichurch. . men, who might otherwise be comIlefore mid After. IhwI our of Mcctiii;:. on hand best to keep tit order rrade the ft ml Stock Sh was the apple of tny The good people here and In the sur pelled, after studying for one of the IxM for we onlv from No thought of mliw decried tier: , rounding country welcome with una-- learned professions, to waste years in thw First lnliie. No menu cohI We are ud-- l that A meeting of the stockholder of Ilut now we're nmrrlnl. und. oh, tie. POWDER bated praise J. H. Vanhook's declara the struggle to secure recognition, that She's turned to cnr hiinl elder National Hank of Stanford mil he held a In A Plentiful Supply -- DiHrolt Kree Press their linking house the again there are other fields in which they may Absolutely Pure tion that he will not sell whisky II Januarv. ts'. for the j.urixHo if will now Ih forwarded. Falls llrnm-li- . Wool- In McKlnney, though his license to do gain success, and now that conditions Wiimlerriil IteoiMerj. for tho ensuing v Cashier. tlrldfje. Ind. Mt.. and other Jellleo etwls JOHN J The god lady serutinitet him closeso as a drutrgtst has not expired. The are improving in every dcpnrtinem of I riri vve win Veen same a. last uaoii best people everywhero. would com- human activity there is nu opportunity ly. "Didn't I give you u whole meat you tu. Come and ee us. POCtA CO., ht YORK. Meeting mend his decision and our hopo Is that both for them and for the tired business pie a day or two ago?" she Inquired, in icy tones. m NOEL & with legal dollars mun of the city to peep out at the world his till may over-ruNa"Yes. mum," replied the tramp. "Fin A mooting of ihcMockholders of the KEOG-S- . held at and that his already generous heart through the loopholes of retreat, and at the mi tne party; hut I've recovered, and. tional Hank of llustoiivllle will be may be enlarged aud warmed for every the Kimc time keep in touch Itli mod- if you'll make It plain lireud nod but- their banking house In llustoiivllle the ms Registered boivreenOand Tuusdnvlii Januarv. ..!a.m.. for the purjHsolss. electing V Dl- T. L. ern thought and advancement, and ter this time. I'll be much obliged." Splendid good work. of 12 intlividuitls Both j. UOW LAN II, ICY . Misses Eugenia and Samantha Ware know that their investment is a paving rector, to rve the enmnK Inst Fall's tuid J. V. HOt'KKi:. t'ashler left Monday to enter school at George- one. Tho increase in country homes Has Gone Hack into the Coal hlii"5 Sprint: '8 far Of Course Tliey Do. Misses Fannie and Florence will benefit many industries by providrow. Prices reasonable. No charge for town. "Statisticians miv thnt married men Business. Your Life And wilt keep constantly on hand Crating. Davidson are visiting at Bronston. Miss ing increased work foi those who tiro live longer than single men." flie sug- Opportunity the.te. J." M. It H. J. McROBSSTS, Stanford. Mollic Hughes visited In Somerset last engaged in them; new and improved gested. co. Falls llranrh and other Ust Ovtls ami jo Iwrrel lktirlng ask tho patronage of the public. Stanford "Of course they do," he replied. A Rosenstein, who has been agricultural methods will rum route week. Jacob tiii .itl. fl.ivui.ir line ltesldeiK-- and sts.-friends who want Coal cau leave clerking for Jake Huramelsteln for the into use, and the re&ults of thib upwind "They're tougher, you know, for of wheat and corn for m.Ic. .Mill ruiimiig J. II illcrctu. whk'h will receive orders with prumpt at they're kept in training all the time." widespread. JIIKLTON last six months, resigned his position movement will be T full time and dlssliig of entire out nut at tention Chicago Post. satisfactory prices. Tho plant should atle and left for his home In Frankfort Sata be sold to In, apprwlated. The people in the Klondike region . mo urday. He Is succeeded by .Sam Dub, Connubial Syinpntti j barcnlii. HI health force easy, to iult the Is caused by Uric Acid and other imwill not starve no long as they Ii.tvc Call on or Mr. Grownes In addition to thU milling buslnes.. Terms SHELBY & SHELBY, purities lingering in the blood, which of Cincinnati. Miss Virginia Lane, of money to buy food at tremendous O. 0 VANAUM ALL. atldrnU. I believe I am in for an atpainful L5il havo not been filtered out by tho Kid- Danville, is visiting relatives here. Mr. .....I'roj'rlMori. Kv Itustouvllle. neys through the urine. Tho seat of and Mrs. Lute Tibballs with their new irrlces. The last steamer Unit arrived tack of the toothache. L1VERY.FEED& SALE STABLE the trouble is not in the skin or musMrs. Growneb Oh. how nice to have at Juneau had on board l.ooo dox.-cles. It's sick Kidneys. Electricity, baby, of Somerset, are visiting at Dr. frozen eggs, some dead tmrkeys, and a your troubles nil at once! Cineinnntl Junction City, ICy. liniments or plasters will not reach the G. Moore's. The doctor is now grandLarge flock of live turkeys. The '.otter Enquirer. case--. But the disease can be Mention, terj Turuouti, promst pa and the visit Is one of unusual InterDrprcc-lalliiir- , were to be driven to Dawson-- over the trouaeii nuuouaiiie niiri . jtiiuu ot four lt Value. est to him. IS rejssctfullr aoltctel. "Tltis can't be an expensive present Chilkat pass, in timet for Thanksgiving. Rev. W. T. Brooks preached his fare- Old prospectors laughed at the vent which Mr. Dinsmore lins sent me, mamtire, well sermon to his brethren of the and predicted disaster, I and declared ma." remarked the fair young girl. "How do you know?" have tried a box of your Sparap us KWney Pills, , Christian church at TurnersvUle, Sun- - that the turkeys would be all froven-beforAll iTrson dralrlnff Iaxu.i IWa for plank feore. anu nave not ucen trouuica wnu rncumatism oil the price mnrk." "He put and railing or wire fviiretan And what tliry'-lne COngt egaiion was mucn nf- slnce. I owemy relief to your pills." they crossed the pass. la reply, the Detroithns taken want at mr .lore near leuar LTreK. oa tue nif- FreePres. Wm. m. Holuv, 120 Front St., Memphis Tcnn. fected and tears told more plainly than I alo owner said, philosophically, that if they leailiuxfruui Crab Orchard to Stanford krepun liainl a fiiijof plank fur fnwlnff. All "Ihavaglven your Dr. Hobbs Sparapus Kid- words how deeply in love with him did, they would be no worse than the Worse to Come. OF BROOKLYN. kind of lumber for tiDlMlnrf tMirpomi, aluotioanU ney Tills a fair and Impartial trial in a case of are his people. During his pastorate Hungry Higgins I wouldn't mind ami alPiclra. .All isrrwitit ilnirlng any article ot dead birds, and If he didn't get to Dawacute nepiirms anu rueumausm. itiv oatient i hav-lathis kind can call on me at tur tor tiearOilir was greatly relieved, and I am inclined to be- - of three veat'S 103 members have been son by Thanksgiving, he would maku going to Klondike if it wasn't fer W Creek. O. W. bINOI.KTON neve mat in Keeping up tue treatment, tney i : to dig out the gold. added to the church and It Is said he it sure by Christmas. That is certainly will make a final cure. They hare acted like a Weary Wntkins charm, and think they arc all you claim them to leaves the congregation with the good That ain't the he." the spirit that overcomes obstacles. worst of it. It has to be washed after it Scotland. Co., A. C. Voriee, SI. D., Boaz, Ky. i will of all. He has accepted a call to is dt7 Odds and Ends. MHS U. D.SIMI'SOX, Pror . preach In Indiana, whither he will Dr. Hobbs A Georgia schoolboy who reads the POUNDI1D 18O0. A Pertinent Qtierr. move in a short time. The Turners- newspapers submits the following Lancaster, z Kentucky. Irs. Hnshiey I bought this duck vUle people will long remember him as unique composition on the lynching " t who shot it. Newly furnished, clean beds; nplondd a faithful worker and lover of the low- evil: "Lyincbln' is wrong. It hurtsthe from lie man Are you sure he didn't Uoardley table. Kverything Porters Kidney Pills. STANFOUD, KY. ly Jesus. Tho church there Is now pas- - limbs of the beautiful trees where the 6 811 meet make a mistake and give you the detrains torless. birds sing. It ah-- hurts the people coy. Urooklyn Life. roit !Ar,Ej.tT JOIIM II. ClSTLhlU.V. Mr. G. II. Hugh is very low of pneu-Sto- what's lynched. They should, have a (. LiXlliU, Printing If is Inrndllncnl. advanced regular hangin an sell gveanuts an monlti and as he is Ten Eycke The Turks believe that Twice-a-Wee- k j in years, fears are entertained as to lemonade. People what's hung regular, there nre no women in Heaven. STANFORD KV the result. Jim Routen has moved out by law, always go to Heaven. I don't En Peque I wonder if the Inst steam- Courier dournal a nf tmvn tn it farm. F.I mop Hnnch. with want to go to Heaven that way." er for Constantinople has sailed. N. Y. it. Will INSURANCE COMPANY '&ty&WW&VW$?'kl'Vlbi his two sistern and younger brother.--, Truth. . F.very Democrat. Every Itepublk-anA sign on an offipe building in a And navc movetl trom tneii" funu to tn The busiest Wny. t?f? trt!? w Woman or Child who can read Georgia county reads: "Couples ranr- OF LIVERPOOL. on "1 think I must really begin to econo- will want to read It. w wiyqw corn properly will Alaw sl,'set- - JUUffe- 'ried on short notice. Come one come mize." Courier Journal Is a k Tho probably rj the PQPULArfit4rf 4f J E' Wrteh.t tlays We move with- ulll" And nexr door there is another "How will you do it?" Democratic paper, of six or olght pages. Isar0 k1uJ t0 L ln the noxL fow Ju itfrfWWfifTTrfti L sued Wednesday and Saturday of each week. BSBBBB S CBSTLEMSS. 'li paying fewer bills." V lil"tl'liBtlll'lll Wftlnnmn rrnnd citizens horn and believe feign, as follows: "Couples divorced on The Wednesday Issue prints all the Clean News, and thoVaturdav issue prints Stories. is near when a better el easy terms, without gittin' in the news- Up. i2f WT"3TJ that the time MANAtiKltS, Miscellany. Poetry, and all matters of A citizen explained the All Interest In the WwWwwwwwwTs'wtpo craentof society will control the town. papers!" saying1: "Tiiein fellers two Customer What'sSort. price of but- - Henry Wntterson. home. It Is edited by Commerce Building, the signs by Louisville. UUUUttfiuUfUvtUUUo The accursed whisky traffic, with Its brothers. One's a jestice an' t'other's isa ter? " " attendant evils, has wrought a desperi the outli. YEAR. AKriitaTliruuxhout PRIC Grocer Different prices accordin' to lawyer. TJiey tplays inito each other's 1 ? town and made quality. Do you want it for eatiu. rvisi.4 ate work hero evil doing for tho deplor- a hands an' divides .profits." of six or eight You get 101 good papers, that is v V w reputation for cookin' ergrcasiu'? X. Y. Weekly. pages each, for 81 less than one cunt a paable indeed. per. Agent, A prehistoric stone house has been True Nobility. W. A. Cotley has received his books Useful premiums are given Club Kaiser, Stanford, - WiKentucky. Hrowne Why do you call Scribbler a comml.sslons are allowed and other official documents and Is now discovered on the Lewis farm near and i tJiPWvPs lliamsburg, Ind. It is several feet be- noble fellow agents. a magistrate, ready to ?.00 year Towne Hecause he often labors hard Dally TfTTjTTjTTfTs was found while mete out justice to all who may demand neath the surface, and year Dallv and Sunday, 0() The all niglit on something that will cure Sunday alone, year TVim "NTn nnrkll rtr. workmen wero excavating graveL lllu Intrnf flnnlafnna In ohhera. X. Y. Truth. house Is small and is well preserved insomnia our new and efficient constable, htfs i L been Needed Something targe. There are evidences of fire moved near town and will help to make on dah. 'Cindy! Aunty Chloe nold used, and a piece of material was found Tho Florida A New Orleans Umited AND TII for it u record In the future that may i trains of the Quoon it Crescont that resembled melted glass. There was Whnd fo' yo beat Mose? redeem its former good name. Good Lucindy I done ax him fo' a buttonalso &ome lime and some Route runInthrough to Jacksonville and (WTWTi J,i : ffiNAL, New men are going to stand by these ollicers LM hours from hook, an' de lump o brack trash SEME12L7 Orleans Cincinna-t- i 'rltTltrltritf bricks. i Judge. uv i v m i handed me a croquet-wicket- ! may expect It. and 'mM I AlaAS I m Ikith ono year U' Thesa fast trains arc of the finest type, VPvPWs W. R.G. When a horse fell Into a large and What Kept lllm. luxuriously fitted, and running on a per'AlafftiMaiaVftlitX deep well at Henderson, X. C, some - Vlfe Why couldn't you have come M KKANK J. WKF.D, fect road-beONLY 4 Mrs. Mallnda Bond, of Rushville, practical genius attached a hose to a home nt a decent time of night, sny ? G. 1. A.. thlrnrn. B .9.1. Winter Tourist Low round-tri- p ' --"- VP tickets E. k 11ACOV. Wit Ind., has applied for a divorce decause on sale throughout the North. Wo havo mado a special dubbing arrangeHusband Could, m'dear, Jes' easy ns near-b- y hydrant and, turning on the Courier Jour' y An elegant hcrvice of Cafe, Parlor, and uimiiiiiiuiHiuiiiiiiHiitir her husband took all of her money a water, filled up the well and floated the not; but I (hlc) was wnltln fer you t' ment with thosend that paper and ours for Observation Cars on these trains. Dou: iti? nal, and will : : fow days after she was married to him horse to the top, whence rescue was go f sleep. X. Y. Weekly. ww tho price named to all our subscribers who ble daily train service and bound her out as u dining room comparatively easy. will renew and pavln advance, or toull new A I.oiik Head. subscribers who will pay In advance. Sam- Write for information to W. C. girl- Bes-le- y vp w Kinearson. "Why does that bent freo on ple copies of Courier-JournMcDonald county, Mo., farmers have Thomas Moore, of Logansport, Ind., WIIHilllUUll, V. wear his hat all the time?" appiicuuon issued a general invitation to hunters Is wanted for robbing his mother-in-la"For fear he can't get it on if he takes All subscriptions under this offer muht bu Bend 10 cents for fino Art colored Litho graph of Lookout Mountain nnd Chlcka rjttjt tft tjt tj & W.P.WALTON. bCUt to of tier spectacles and selling them. to conjc and kill quail, the birds having It off." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Stanford, Ky. mauga. become so numerous as to be a pest. fTJcKINNEY, LINCOLN CO. Farm for Sale Privately. lilf-l- f. lllaUw-rnoro- 's S.l-l- tn Plck-Mc-U- p. PUBLIC SALE Jan. nth, coal-hous- t5SKM Mil More-roo- m llrst-cla- ss live-roo- hou-.ii- Miioko-hoUM- N e, . ISO-bar- rel PHILLIPS Gun and Look Smith, r iii-rt-i. 1 i HHE d. s, 4 1 1 DR, W. PIWKT, Co-it- LOUISVILLE' HOTEL mm POC J. T. r. STJTTOKT, s holders' nr elis-tlti- DlriK-t.ir- s !. ROYAL BAKJNO MXjE iffilSS Stockholder' n SON, Dtt-roc- s. Tit-llit- ;. e SHELTON, of first-clas- s, up-to-d- au k RHEUMATISM 1 .. n FIRE INSURANCE Flrtt-Cla- , CURED ,., Insurance Caledonian of PHENIX Company Insurance USTOTXOIE ! g r i" Mason Hotel in first-cln3. PARAGUS R.B.MAHONY.Agt., the o Penny's Drug r, I it Worth y wy wtpv1'!' nrw wg -- ! Print A-- twlct'-ti-weo- mmtki T t Pt7PJ Pick-Me- mm-el- al -- T" .. sj $i.oo a W. A. TXUBBZA. IOt-a- l good-payi- V "full-Hedge- d" Courier-Journa- l, 1 1 ,.,,.' 1 -- TWICE-A-WEEE- K COURIER-JOURNA- 24 HOURS 4 4 WWs XK 4 4 4 4 4 ni 1 I W w A sun-drie- d 1 law-breake- rs IIU ek -"- '' I I TI FOR $2,50. I Tvvlce-a-We- w 4 tr tr tt 4 r vtrti'vJ ! hard-drinkin- g al irjftjttjf I